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HP2620 Routing loop - problem

 
jonare
Advisor

HP2620 Routing loop - problem

Hey

Using a HP2620 with latest ArubaOS release to route a internal network 10.16.160.0/22 to 10.16..108.2 witch is a Cisco 2901 router. The switch has 10.16.108.10 ip on the same VLAN as the Cisco router.

When pinging a unit in the 10.16.160.0/22 network that is turned off a routing loop appears. If the unit is on everything seems normal.

Tracert shows:

32.54.20.97
32.54.20.2
10.16.108.10
10.16.108.2
10.16.108.10
10.16.108.2
10.16.108.10
10.16.108.2
10.16.108.10
10.16.108.2

Ping shows:

Pinging 10.16.160.3 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 10.16.108.2: TTL expired in transit.
Reply from 10.16.108.2: TTL expired in transit.
Reply from 10.16.108.2: TTL expired in transit.
Reply from 10.16.108.2: TTL expired in transit.

Attached are "sh ip route" from router and switch. (hpforum1.jpg)

I have the same setup againt an another network, but the router is a old 2626 with provision 10.119 firmware. The problem does not appear in that setup. It seems the 2620 is returning the ICMP packet to the Cisco 2901 in its orginal form, which again is returned back to the 2620 switch.

Any suggestions.

Thanx

J.

 

 

 

Jon Are Endrerud
1 REPLY
jonare
Advisor

Re: HP2620 Routing loop - problem

Done some testing on the situation. Seems the problem accours in fw: 16_01_0010 for the HP2620.

The switch acts normal on fw: 15_18_0013.

Can we call this a bug or is someting changed that I dont understand ?

Regards

J

 

 

Jon Are Endrerud