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Network Processor Issuing Empty VRF Commands (Doc ID 1274746.1)

Last updated on MAY 29, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version: 5.2.4 and later   [Release: 5.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The NP seems to login to a device, issue the "ip vrf <name>" statement and then logout again. Although this does not cause any service disruption, this seems unecessary.

The audit trails:

grep "" NP_Auditlogs_31082010.txt
2010-08-31 09:21:48||#Start Configuration
2010-08-31 09:21:48||#Applying Configuration
2010-08-31 09:21:54||terminal length 0
2010-08-31 09:21:55||conf t
2010-08-31 09:21:55||ip vrf IPSA_65200:29742
2010-08-31 09:21:56||exit
2010-08-31 09:21:56||ip vrf IPSA_65200:43710
2010-08-31 09:21:57||exit
2010-08-31 09:21:57||ip vrf IPSA_65200:55334
2010-08-31 09:21:58||exit
2010-08-31 09:21:58||ip vrf IPSA_65200:47564
2010-08-31 09:21:58||exit
2010-08-31 09:21:59||ip vrf IPSA_65200:20002
2010-08-31 09:21:59||exit
2010-08-31 09:21:59||ip vrf IPSA_65200:29718
2010-08-31 09:22:00||exit
2010-08-31 09:22:00||ip vrf IPSA_65200:30260
2010-08-31 09:22:01||exit



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