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Re: While I'm at it...

  • From: Peter Kline
  • Date: Wed Dec 11 01:25:19 1996

At 05:57 PM 12/10/96 -0400, JUSTIN W NEWTON wrote:
>
>11.1(6) seemed to have a severe memory leak problem on 7505's in my
>environment (OSPF, BGP).  I didn't call the TAC, but when I upgraded to
>11.1.(7-CA1) it went away.  
>

It works for us (OSPF and BGP also), but now that you've brought it up, I
suspect things will soon start crashing everywhere.

Time to surf the bug database again...
-Peter

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>On Tue, 10 Dec 1996, Peter Kline wrote:
>
>> If your bad luck is ATM luck it can't be all bad.
>> 
>> Try at least 11.1.6, and run the aip20-9 microcode load.  You may have to
>> open a ticket to get the microcode image.  It never hurts to have Cisco
>> check the rev levels of *all* cards in your router for possible interactions.
>> 
>> Peter
>> 
>> 
>> At 05:30 AM 12/10/96 MET, Peter Lothberg wrote:
>> >> 
>> >> While I'm on a roll of exploiting NANOG's collective expertise, perhaps
>> >> someone could email the IOS level (and perhaps card revision level) that
>> >> they have had the most luck with on a 75xx with RSP2 with AIP-DS3 and OC3
>> >> cards.
>> >> 
>> >> | Derek Elder         http://www.accessus.net             V.P., CIO |
>> >> | djelder@accessus.net     accessU.S., Inc.   888-637-3638 Ext. 222 |
>> >> 
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>> >
>> >Luck has left for very long ago if you are using ATM -:)
>> >
>> >--Peter
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