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Regarding Rib-Failure (next-hop mismatch)

Hi All ,

While seeing a route in BGP it is showing Rib-Failur . Can anyone put some light on i t. The snapshot is given bellow.

Router#sh ip bgp v v test_vrf 50.50.50.1

BGP routing table entry for 12641:20772:50.50.50.0/24, version 228642

Paths: (2 available, best #2, table test_vrf, RIB-failure(2) - next-hop mismatch)

Advertised to update-groups:

31

65535, imported path from 12641:20851:50.50.50.0/24

212.31.220.41 (metric 24) from 212.31.220.34 (212.31.220.34)

Origin IGP, metric 50, localpref 100, valid, internal

Community: 64514:25

Extended Community: RT:12641:9509

Originator: 212.31.220.41, Cluster list: 212.31.220.34, 0.0.3.21

mpls labels in/out nolabel/700

65535, imported path from 12641:20860:50.50.50.0/24

65.62.96.73 from 65.62.96.73 (212.31.218.220)

Origin IGP, metric 100, localpref 100, weight 100, valid, external, best

Community: 64514:25

Extended Community: RT:12641:9509

PE1-AMH-EU#

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Re: Regarding Rib-Failure (next-hop mismatch)

This situation occurs when a path has a link to a deleted BGP table entry, and then the memory for the deleted entry is reused for a new table entry of which the prefix may not match with the importing entry.

Regards,

Dharmesh Puorhit

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Re: Regarding Rib-Failure (next-hop mismatch)

Hi Dharmesh,

Thnx for ur reply,Actually I got the solution . I was importing the RTs which were used by someone else and having same IPs(50.50.50.0). I've changed my RT Import and Export and its Solved .

Thanks Once again .

By the way I am Ashutosh Pateriya working for Infosys Tech , Pune .. Nice meeting you Mr. Purohit .

Regds,

Ashutosh

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