thanks for that config. I used it in my setup to verify ifs and hows.
I am running XR 512 on real hardware (I think you have an XRv there based on the name right?) and I was hoping to see the problem, but it worked straight up for me!
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:A9K-BNG#show vrrp Fri Oct 17 07:46:38.677 EDT IPv4 Virtual Routers: A indicates IP address owner | P indicates configured to preempt | | Interface vrID Prio A P State Master addr VRouter addr Gi0/0/0/0.10 10 95 P Master local 192.168.10.10
That means to me that it is either one of the 3 things:
you are running into a bug in the XRv code that you have, or XRv has a deficiency in relation to running vrrp with ipsla probes or maybe the pinged/probed host configured is not reachable from inside the Xrv?
Any case, the config is good.
I would recommend playing with a different version maybe if possible and meanwhile I'll check if this can be run on Xrv in general.
Also run the VRRP on a signle node and see if that makes a difference whether the VRRP is messing up the probe, dunno but worth the try.
We have also XR 5.1.2 on ASR9001, the config works on that device but only for the first time after you assign tracking object to VRRP instance.
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9001#sho vrrp det Thu Oct 9 07:45:51.859 UTC Bundle-Ether3.11 - IPv4 vrID 11 State is Master 9 state changes, last state change 6d22h State change history: Sep 29 15:32:45.980 UTC Init -> Backup Delay timer expired Sep 29 15:32:49.570 UTC Backup -> Master Master down timer expired Sep 29 16:16:18.939 UTC Master -> Init Interface Down update Oct 2 09:04:59.379 UTC Init -> Backup Delay timer expired Oct 2 09:05:02.971 UTC Backup -> Master Master down timer expired Last resign sent: Sep 29 16:16:18.941 UTC Last resign received: Never Virtual IP address is X.X.X.X Virtual MAC address is 0000.5E00.010b, state is active Master router is local Version is 2 Advertise time 1 secs Master Down Timer 3.589 (3 x 1 + (151 x 1/256)) Minimum delay 1 sec, reload delay 5 sec Current priority 105 Configured priority 105, may preempt minimum delay 180 secs Authentication enabled, string "11" Tracked items: 1/1 up: 0 decrement Object name State Decrement TRACK_OBJECT Up 10 ! RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9001#show track TRACK_OBJECT Thu Oct 9 07:46:44.946 UTC
Track TRACK_OBJECT Response Time Reporter 253 reachability 2 changes, last change 07:45:40 UTC Thu Oct 09 2014 Latest operation return code: SockBindError Latest RTT (millisecs) : 0 ! RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9001#sho ipsla statistics 253 Thu Oct 9 07:46:28.506 UTC Entry number: 253 Modification time: 07:41:27.301 UTC Thu Oct 09 2014 Start time : 07:41:27.309 UTC Thu Oct 09 2014 Number of operations attempted: 250 Number of operations skipped : 52 Current seconds left in Life : Forever Operational state of entry : Active Operational frequency(seconds): 1 Connection loss occurred : FALSE Timeout occurred : FALSE Latest RTT (milliseconds) : Unknown Latest operation start time : 07:46:28.310 UTC Thu Oct 09 2014 Next operation start time : 07:46:29.310 UTC Thu Oct 09 2014 Latest operation return code : SockBindError RTT Values: RTTAvg : 0 RTTMin: 0 RTTMax : 0 NumOfRTT: 0 RTTSum: 0 RTTSum2: 0
If you assign the tracking object for VRRP when the destination of ipsla is unreachable, it will be marked as down and wont change even if tracking will be recovered ;]
5.1.2 with no Service Packs, don't have access to downloads yet.
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