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SXP dynamic sessions not removed from ISE

Michal Garcarz
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hello Team,

I do not have any active sessions on my ISE:

 

Screen Shot 2018-09-19 at 21.17.23.png

The last session i had was more then 5 days ago (and during that period of time ISE did not receive any accounting packets for those), as a results i have no active sessions, but SXP sgt-ip mappings are still there:

 

Screen Shot 2018-09-19 at 21.17.03.png

(192.168.1.6 is ISE IP, while 172.28.1.101 is IP address of the switch).

Why that is happening ? Those mappings are transferred via SXP to my network infrastructure.

It looks like a bug for me.

Could you please confirm/clarify ? Should i open a TAC case ?

ISE 2.4 - no patch.

 

Thanks,

Michal

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Jason Kunst
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Theoretically there won’t be any impact but it is not a good to have stale mappings. I assume MNT not sending the right info for those to get removed. We need to take a look at the ISE to see why. Please wro with the TAC and make sure on latest patch before hand

I remember seeing the same in ISE 2.2 and ISE 2.1. CSCvd33649

That bug is fixed and verified in ISE 2.2 P2 and ISE 2.4.

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Jason Kunst
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Theoretically there won’t be any impact but it is not a good to have stale mappings. I assume MNT not sending the right info for those to get removed. We need to take a look at the ISE to see why. Please wro with the TAC and make sure on latest patch before hand

I remember seeing the same in ISE 2.2 and ISE 2.1. CSCvd33649

That bug is fixed and verified in ISE 2.2 P2 and ISE 2.4.

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