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IRF Split Issue

Namit123
Occasional Contributor

IRF Split Issue

HI Team,

 

Need Your help in getting the issue resolved as we have 2 HP 5930 Felxi Fabric and we have 4 Forty Gig Ports for IRF between 2 switches connected as straight connectvity.When we reboot one of the slot in the IRF domain.we see both the switches in master and master when switch gets up.We need to reboot both the switches to restore the outage we have faced and after that we have been both switches as master and stack.Please help to guide for any issue with the IRF.The same setup if working with other project we have deployed.

 

FortyGig 1/0/1---FortyGig 2/0/1

FortyGig 1/0/2---FortyGig 2/0/2

FortyGig 1/0/3---FortyGig 2/0/3

FortyGig 1/0/4---FortyGig 2/0/4.

 

Below if the configuration of the IRF we have done:

<KARBLRHTR01>display current-configuration configuration irf
#
irf-port 1/1
 port group interface FortyGigE1/0/1
 port group interface FortyGigE1/0/2
 port group interface FortyGigE1/0/3
 port group interface FortyGigE1/0/4
#
irf-port 2/2
 port group interface FortyGigE2/0/1
 port group interface FortyGigE2/0/2
 port group interface FortyGigE2/0/3
 port group interface FortyGigE2/0/4
#
return
<KARBLRHTR01>

<KARBLRHTR01>display irf
MemberID    Role    Priority  CPU-Mac         Description
 *+1        Master  11        00e0-fc0f-8c02  sw01
   2        Standby 10        00e0-fc0f-8c03  sw02
--------------------------------------------------
 * indicates the device is the master.
 + indicates the device through which the user logs in.

 The bridge MAC of the IRF is: 40b9-3cbf-9df2
 Auto upgrade                : no
 Mac persistent              : no
 Domain ID                   : 100
 IRF mode                    : normal
<KARBLRHTR01>

<KARBLRHTR01>display irf
MemberID    Role    Priority  CPU-Mac         Description
 *+1        Master  11        00e0-fc0f-8c02  sw01
   2        Standby 10        00e0-fc0f-8c03  sw02
--------------------------------------------------
 * indicates the device is the master.
 + indicates the device through which the user logs in.

 The bridge MAC of the IRF is: 40b9-3cbf-9df2
 Auto upgrade                : no
 Mac persistent              : no
 Domain ID                   : 100
 IRF mode                    : normal
<KARBLRHTR01>

 

<KARBLRHTR01>display current-configuration | in irf
 irf domain 100
 undo irf mac-address persistent
 undo irf auto-update enable
 undo irf link-delay
 irf member 1 priority 11
 irf member 2 priority 10
 irf member 1 description sw01
 irf member 2 description sw02
 irf mode normal
 irf-port global load-sharing mode destination-ip source-ip
irf-port 1/1
irf-port 2/2
<KARBLRHTR01>

 

<KARBLRHTR01>display irf top
<KARBLRHTR01>display irf topology
                              Topology Info
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
               IRF-Port1                IRF-Port2
 MemberID    Link       neighbor      Link       neighbor    Belong To
 2           DIS        ---           UP         1           00e0-fc0f-8c02
 1           UP         2             DIS        ---         00e0-fc0f-8c02
<KARBLRHTR01>

 

Namit
2 REPLIES
parnassus
Honored Contributor

Re: IRF Split Issue

Not sure to understand what exactly is the issue you have described above, what are the display irf link and display mad verbose commands outputs on your IRF?

What is the exact SKU of your Switches? what is (display version) their current software version?

For HPE Community Networking section moderator: this thread should be really moved into Comware based section (Legacy is not the correct place).

VoIP-Buddy
Trusted Contributor

Re: IRF Split Issue

Hi Namit!

You only posted a partial config of your IRF setup.  Just searching for the string IRF misses a bunch of important sub commands.  Can you please post the complete configuration of the IRF and port config so we can see what you have going on?

Thanks!

David