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ASR 9k SIP / SPA drop troubleshooting

Hi all,

With an NP-based linecard, lots of stats are available that can help identify the cause of droppped input frames by using the show controllers np counters command. Is there an equivalent for SIP / SPA based cards?

Thanks,

Terry

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Re: ASR 9k SIP / SPA drop troubleshooting

To add a little more detail, Alexander's document, (https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-15552) recommends using the "show controller np ports all location 0/Y/CPU0" to map ports to NP. This works great for Ethernet ports but no mention of SIP / SPA ports is made in the output. Perhaps there is another way to map SIP / SPA to NP, or perhaps it uses a different architectural element?

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Re: ASR 9k SIP / SPA drop troubleshooting

Xander has added the following to the link above, which answered the question:

the command for CPP (/SIP700) is show controller pse qfp [0-1] [datapath/flag-utilization | statistics/drop] location X

it is not the same type of output as the trident/typhoon but it gives you an idea what the CPP is working on or doing.

The designator 0-1 is the ingress or egress CPP.

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