Thanks for the Reply , problem with router is solved. there are several PG's configured, but not online; the router can't see all the PG's. we removed the PG's which are not online, then it started to work.
Now I have problem with PG's . Side A PG goes Down . Side B will not be active.any thoughts on this problem.
make sure you have the right kind of hot fixes on both the sides. Both should have the similar hot fix and also make sure to rerun the Pg set up and reconfigure it again. if possibloe use ip addres rather than host names. ok.
It sounds like your problem is to do with the ICM Router process seeing a majority of the configured PG's in service.
Side A Router will go active if it sees half or more than half of the PG's PIM's active (e.g. 2 out of 4, or more). If Side A has failed, i.e. shut down, Side B will only go active if it sees more than half of the PG's PIM's active (e.g. 3 out of 4).
Check your comms, and make sure that both router processes can see all PG's active. Any extra DMP addresses configured should be removed in ICM Router setup.
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