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Error Decode Please.

Hi All

We got a some of error message from our ITP(7613). I already checked error message meaning in the cisco website.

but they didn't mention anything.

my curious is what does mean at the below error message and how do I do next action?

*Jun 14 11:51:09.156: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 5052, src 172.1.62.100:5052  dst 10.1.1.78:5052 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:3459

Nov 29 16:13:33.716: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 28204, src 172.1.78.100:28204  dst 172.1.68.100:28204 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:30699

Nov 29 16:23:33.761: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 25203, src 172.1.64.100:25203  dst 172.1.68.100:25203 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:32246

Nov 29 16:33:49.185: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 24201, src 172.1.74.100:24201  dst 172.1.68.100:24201 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:33735

Nov 29 16:43:49.486: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 24201, src 172.1.74.100:24201  dst 172.1.68.100:24201 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:35332

Nov 29 16:53:49.622: %SCTPMSG-4-UNEXPECTEDPORT: Rcvd pak for offloaded port 27204, src 172.1.76.100:27204  dst 172.1.68.100:27204 intf:FastEthernet10/1/1 discards:36808

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Re: Error Decode Please.

What are recent changes? Could you verify if there was any external routing change?

This error message is to detect the case where packets are received on the SUP for a port that is offloaded to a flexwan. Generally
this happens if the ip routing is setup such that incoming packets are routed to a flexwan that is not hosting an association. This can be
fixed by changing the ip routing to not use a flexwan that is not configured for sigtran.

So check what changes have happened recently in the routing and change it.

The problem is mostly that the packets received from Fa10/1/1 should be directed to FW1/1 through LC-LC path, however the packets are punted to
SUP because FW2/1 thought that there were no instance offloaded to this card.

Regards,

Rahul

PS -  Such issues are rare, and if you are looking for more detailed analysis, do open a TAC case.

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