Something we ran into on Thursday last week and can't seem to find an answer to - just like to know if it's a known issue:
Imagine you have two interconnected Cat6509s routing a number of client VLANs and then into an interconnecting VLAN between the two. The MSFC2s are configured to run Single Router Mode and OSPF. Once conversations are established across here, everything is L3 switched and the MLS entries bear this out.
If one of the MSFCs is failed over to its standby, the MLS entries on the switch remain intact (to be replaced by new entries once the 2 minute standby timer is up) but it appears that the entries on the other switch which rely on routes out of OSPF disappear. On closer examination, the OSPF adjacencies appear to go back into INIT state and their related CEF entries on the (unaffected) MSFC are cleared out and this appears to propagate through to the MLS entries on the Supy.
I know this is a bit woolly and we'd need more detailed info to determine the exact cause (I'm R&Ding it today), but does that sounds familiar to anyone and has anyone any advice on using SRM in this configuration? The web site doesn't appear to have any really gory detail on SRM operation at all.
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