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|Affected Product ID
||Commit IOFPGA 0.64 SMU|
||Identify and show TAM area corruption in the board in show CLI|
||Umbrella DDTS for NCS560 ADM 1.06 and IOFPGA 58 SMU|
||Umbrella DDTS for NCS560 IOFPGA 0.64|
||NCS560 Debuggability - Infra for Silent Reload|
||fix for RSP4 DPFPGA ports having issues on the boards with TAN 68-101198-03 issue|
||DPFPGA: Commit Binary 2.18 version to mainline|
||Umbrella DDTS for FPD bugs SMU|
||Self Reload requires a delay in updating ADM control registers to avoid card stuck issues|
There could be a possible router processor (RSP) bootup failure with no console logs after an IOFPGA upgrade followed by a reload or power-cycle on Network Convergence System 560 (NCS 560) routers with RSP4/RSP4E.
A module in NCS 560 routers is susceptible to an initialization error when an IOFPGA upgrade of RSP4/RSP4E is performed. This issue is exposed to the Cisco IOS® XR releases listed in the Workaround/Solution section.
During an IOFPGA upgrade of the RSP4/RSP4E, you might observe these symptoms:
- The board will fail to boot after the IOFPGA upgrade and reload/power-cycle, and results in "No console in the RSP".
- LED indicators on the RSP front panel will show PWR=Green and ACT=Amber. The other LEDs are OFF.
- A power-cycle or Online Removal and Insertion (OIR) does not aid in recovery of the RSP.
Cisco recommends to install a Software Maintenance Upgrade (SMU) as per the table as a workaround for this issue before you upgrade the IOFPGA.
The instructions to upgrade the IOFPGA with Application Dependency Mapping (ADM) and other programmables are available for each release in the form of a SMU for upgrade.
After installation of the SMU and successful Field Programmable Device (FPD) upgrade you can confirm the activity completion with the
sh hw-module fpd command.
RP/0/RP0/CPU0:NCS560#sh hw-module fpd
Fri Oct 16 16:24:18.849 CEST
Location Card type HWver FPD device ATR Status Running Programd
0/14 A900-IMA8CS1Z-M 0.0 IMFPGA CURRENT 1.95 1.95
0/RP0 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 ADM CURRENT 1.06 1.06
0/RP0 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 IOFPGA CURRENT 0.64 0.64
0/RP0 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 PRIMARY-BIOS CURRENT 0.16 0.16
0/RP0 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 SATA CURRENT 2.10 2.10
0/RP1 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 ADM CURRENT 1.06 1.06
0/RP1 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 IOFPGA CURRENT 0.64 0.64
0/RP1 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 PRIMARY-BIOS CURRENT 0.16 0.16
0/RP1 N560-RSP4-E 0.0 SATA CURRENT 2.10 2.10
0/FT0 A907-FAN-E 1.0 PSOC CURRENT 1.65 1.65
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