Cisco IOS XR System Error Reference Guide for CRS-1 Router Platform Specific Messages, Release 3.3
Internet Protocol (IP) Messages
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Internet Protocol (IP) Messages

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Internet Protocol (IP) Messages

CE_TFTP Messages

HFR_IPv4 Messages

IPV6_EA Messages


Internet Protocol (IP) Messages


This section contains all Internet Protocol related System Error Messages. The following facility codes are represented in this module:

CE_TFTP Messages

HFR_IPv4 Messages

IPV6_EA Messages

CE_TFTP Messages

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%IP-CE_TFTP-3-DATA_SEND_ERR Error while sending data over Control Ethernet

Explanation    Unable to send data over the control ethernet.

Recommended Action    If message appears only once, then no action is required. Packets will be retransmitted and system should recover automatically. If message appears continuously, then it could indicate a problem with the control-ethernet. Please restart eth_server process.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-3-FILE_ACCESS_ERR The file [chars] could not be accessed because [chars]

Explanation    The given file could not be accessed due to reasons specified.

Recommended Action    Check if the file being requested exists, and has the correct read-write permissions.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-3-FILE_NOT_FOUND_ERR File [chars] not found

Explanation    The given file was not found at the specified path

Recommended Action    Check the path of file specified for download

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%IP-CE_TFTP-3-INVALID_FILENAME_ERR The filename is invalid because [chars]

Explanation    The given filename was invalid due to reasons specified.

Recommended Action    Check the filename given for download.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-6-INVALID_PKT [[chars]]: [chars], dropping packet

Explanation    Received an invalid packet.

Recommended Action    None.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-6-INVALID_PROTOCOL_FIELD [[chars]]: [chars] = [hex], dropping packet

Explanation    Received a packet with an invalid protocol field. No action required, this packet will be ignored (dropped).

Recommended Action    None.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-7-ERR [chars]

Explanation    The CE-TFTP server process exitted due to some reason

Recommended Action    None.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-7-ERR_MEM_ALLOC Unable to allocate memory

Explanation    Failure in CE-TFTP server - memory allocation failure occured

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-7-ERR_SYSDB_BIND Failed to bind to sysdb namespace at [chars]

Explanation    The CE-TFTP server process was unable to initialize the config space

Recommended Action    No action is required.

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%IP-CE_TFTP-7-ERR_SYSDB_REG_VERIFY Failed to register verifier on path [chars]

Explanation    The CE-TFTP server process was unable to register for verification of tuples under the config space

Recommended Action    No action is required.

HFR_IPv4 Messages

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-2-BGP_PA_CONFIG_IFH BGP PA configuration for ifh [hex], if: failed due to [chars]

Explanation    FIB is not committing BGP PA configurations due to internal error.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-2-MSTATS_ALLOC_ERR Failed to alloc stats counter err [dec]: table [dec]

Explanation    Unable to allocated needed stats counters, accounting features may not be working properly.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-2-SYSTEM_FAIL [chars] [chars] (errno=[dec])

Explanation    There was a critical system call failure resulting in a failure to provide some system service as indicated in the message text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-2-TRANS_ERR Failed to register transition handler

Explanation    There was a critical system call failure resulting in a failure to provide some system service as indicated in the message text.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-4-LTRACE Failed to initialize tracing - [chars]: [chars] (errno [hex])

Explanation    There was a system call failure during initialization of the ltrace logging system. Ltrace logs may not be available.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-4-TRANS_WARNING Failed to respond to transition request: [chars] (errno [hex])

Explanation    There was a critical system call failure. System may not have handled certain transitions properly.

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

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%IP-HFR_IPv4-6-INFO [chars] [chars] (errno [hex])

Explanation    There was an internal failure that may impact non-essential system function

Recommended Action    Copy the error message exactly as it appears, and report it to your technical support representative.

IPV6_EA Messages

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%IP-IPV6_EA-3-INIT Failed to initialize [chars], because of [chars]

Explanation    Initialization process such as getting an evm failed.

Recommended Action    sysmgr will retry to start the hfrlc_ipv6_ea. If not recovered, it's a fatal condition. If the message recurs, copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, call your Cisco technical support representative and provide the representative with the gathered information. *REDUCE*