Network Processor rolls back after issuing a "conf t" command to a cisco IOS device (Doc ID 1376435.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

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.

Symptoms

The customer is seeing the Cisco IOS cartridge rollback after a successful login to exec priv mode on a Cisco IOS device. Instead of the cartridge seeing the prompt, it is issuing the conf t command again which generates a error response from the device. The following log snippet shows the error in the networkprocessor.log (This message is only displayed when the networkprocessor is set to debug all mode)


20111101-082601|580|trace2|Thread-6|10.1.1.95|||proxy_np|kronwandl||10.1.1.95|  ->
20111101-082601|590|INFO|Thread-6|10.1.1.95||86112,84198|proxy_np|kronwandl||10.1.1.95|conf t
20111101-082601|590|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-send:conf t:e-t-send
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|92 chars were read
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:conf t_:e-t-read
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z._:e-t-read
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:DN-TEST-3845-1(config)#:e-t-read
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|Performing the prompt matching step
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read-prompt:conf t_Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z._DN-TEST-3845-1(config)#:e-t-read-pro
mpt
20111101-082601|610|trace2|Thread-6|10.1.1.95|||proxy_np|kronwandl||10.1.1.95|  -> Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
20111101-082601|611|trace1|Thread-6|10.1.1.95|||proxy_np|kronwandl||10.1.1.95| Retry: conf t
20111101-082621|620|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-send:conf t:e-t-send
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|101 chars were read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:conf t_:e-t-read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:                            ^_:e-t-read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:% Invalid input detected at '^' marker._:e-t-read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:_:e-t-read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read:DN-TEST-3845-1(config)#:e-t-read
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|Performing the prompt matching step
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6||||proxy_np|kronwandl|t-read-prompt:conf t_                            ^_% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.__DN-TEST-3845-1(config)#:e-t
-read-prompt
20111101-082621|640|trace2|Thread-6|10.1.1.95|||proxy_np|kronwandl||10.1.1.95|  ->                             ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

Cause

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