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7609 - CEF with multiple VRFs

Hi,

I have a 7609 with multiple VRFs (VRF Lite).

Below is a sh mod

Mod Sub-Module Model Serial Hw Status

---- --------------------------- ------------------ ----------- ------- -------

1 7600 ES+ DFC LITE 7600-ES+3C 1.0 Ok

1 7600 ES+ 20xGE SFP 7600-ES+20G 1.0 Ok

5 Policy Feature Card 3 7600-PFC3C 1.1 Ok

5 C7600 MSFC4 Daughterboard 7600-MSFC4 1.1 Ok

6 Policy Feature Card 3 7600-PFC3C 1.1 Ok

6 C7600 MSFC4 Daughterboard 7600-MSFC4 1.1 Ok

8 Centralized Forwarding Card WS-F6700-CFC 2.0 Ok

9 ESM20G/PFC3C Distributed Fo 7600-ES20-D3C 1.0 Ok

9/0 10XGE Port 7600-ES20-20GE 1.0 Ok

9/1 10XGE Port 7600-ES20-20GE 1.0 Ok

When I issue the command show cef linecard detail I get the following output.

CEF linecard slot number 5/0 (5), status up

Input packets 7451981697, bytes 9737285426086

Output packets 0, bytes 0, drops 0

CEF Table statistics:

Table name Status

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:public Inactive

IPv4:x-video Inactive

IPv4:x-server Inactive

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:x-lan Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-mgmt Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:net Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:Default Active, sync, table-up

IPv6:Default Active, sync, table-up

CEF linecard slot number 9/0 (9), status up

Input packets 4546951053, bytes 3153775353471

Output packets 0, bytes 0, drops 0

CEF Table statistics:

Table name Status

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:public Inactive

IPv4:x-video Inactive

IPv4:x-server Inactive

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:x-lan Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-mgmt Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:net Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:Default Active, sync, table-up

IPv6:Default Active, sync, table-up

CEF linecard slot number 6/1 (20), status up

Input packets 0, bytes 0

Output packets 0, bytes 0, drops 0

CEF Table statistics:

Table name Status

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:public Inactive

IPv4:x-video Inactive

IPv4:x-server Inactive

IPv4:x-voice Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-lan Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-mgmt Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:net Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:Default Active, sync, table-up

IPv6:Default Active, sync, table-up

CEF linecard slot number 6/0 (6), status up

Input packets 0, bytes 0

Output packets 0, bytes 0, drops 0

CEF Table statistics:

Table name Status

IPv4:x-voice Inactive

IPv4:public Inactive

IPv4:x-video Inactive

IPv4:x-server Inactive

IPv4:x-voice Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-lan Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:x-mgmt Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:net Active, sync, table-up

IPv4:Default Active, sync, table-up

IPv6:Default Active, sync, table-up

Can anyone tell me why I am getting a status of inactive in some VRFs and active in others.

The configuration of all VRFs and associated l2 and l3 interfaces are similar and I cannot see what might be causing this.

A

2 REPLIES
Cisco Employee

Re: 7609 - CEF with multiple VRFs

Hi,

It's a cosmetic issue so don't worry about it. This command is not relevant for 7600 chassis

HTH

Laurent.

New Member

Re: 7609 - CEF with multiple VRFs

Hey,

Thanks for the info.

Regards

A

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