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Spec KB:  Preventing IP Redundancy Preferred Addresses from being deleted from the RPA table

  • 1.  Spec KB:  Preventing IP Redundancy Preferred Addresses from being deleted from the RPA table

    Posted 09-25-2014 01:12 PM

    Document ID:    TEC606865

     

    Spec KB:  Preventing IP Redundancy Preferred Addresses from being deleted from the RPA table

     

    Description:


    The RPA (Redundancy Preferred Address ) table loses manually entered IP Addresses when an interface reconfiguration takes place.


    Please select the following link for more information on this subject:


    Knowledge Document Link:


    https://comm.support.ca.com/?legacyid=TEC606865



  • 2.  RE: Spec KB:  Preventing IP Redundancy Preferred Addresses from being deleted from the RPA table

    Posted 27 days ago
    ​Unfortunately, the link is broken and the TechDoc cannot be found and searching for the TEC IDs leads back  to this post. Can a Broadcom employee please update the link?

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    Solution Architect
    DICOS GmbH Kommunikationssysteme
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  • 3.  RE: Spec KB:  Preventing IP Redundancy Preferred Addresses from being deleted from the RPA table

    Posted 26 days ago
    Here is the updated link: 

    https://ca-broadcomcsm.wolkenservicedesk.com/wolken/esd/knowledgebase_search?articleId=58403

    Description:

    The RPA (Redundancy Preferred Address ) table loses manually entered IP Addresses when an interface reconfiguration takes place.

    Solution:

    When the attribute flush_RPA (attr id - 0x12806) is set to "yes", the entire RPA table is deleted when an Interface reconfiguration takes place, setting the attribute to "no" preserves the manually entered IP?s, as an Interface reconfiguration will now only update the RPA table instead of deleting and recreating it with discovered IP's.



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    Senior Support Engineer
    Broadcom
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