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Carlos A. Silva
Beginner

[NSO 4.3/4.4] vrf static route support for XR NED

Hi!

Does NSO support the provisioning of a static route inside a vrf when trying to configure an IOS XR device?

I've tried this in NSO 4.3 and the regular XR configuration path/commands:

router static

  vrf {name}

are not present  (looks like) . There is another configuration path that does appear, but when applied the router doesn't like it:

device devices {

2

  device XR-1 {

  device XR-1 {

3

  config {

  config {

4

  cisco-ios-xr:ip {

  cisco-ios-xr:ip {

5

  route {

  route {

6

  vrf {

  vrf {

7

+ name test;

8

+ dest 10.0.0.1;

9

+ dest-mask 255.255.255.255;

10

+ forwarding-address 172.16.1.1;

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  }

  }

I just installed NSO 4.4 to see if this has changed, but since it has not, I thought I'd ask here if it's even supported.

Thanks,

c.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

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The NED versions that come with NSO are pretty minimal, and only for use with the demos and labs in the examples directory. Please use a recent NED version.

Cheers,

KJ.

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KJ Rossavik
Cisco Employee

Which version of the IOS XR NED are you using? The current latest is 6.0.

You could try to put the configuration on the device and do a sync-from, and have a look at the resulting config in NSO?

Cheers,

KJ.

Well, I honestly don't know. I've been using whatever comes with NSO4.3 up until now. I will run your suggestion and either post output or solution here, if fixed.

Thanks a lot!

c.

The NED versions that come with NSO are pretty minimal, and only for use with the demos and labs in the examples directory. Please use a recent NED version.

Cheers,

KJ.

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Will look into the docs to see how to do it.

Where do you get the newer NEDs, though?

Hi, Kjetil:

I have the new (XR) NEDS now, I did a make on them and copied it to my running netsim environment, just like I first did when I setup my local NSO installation, but when I try to run netsim, I get the following error message:

./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

yan@nso4:~/nso-run$ ncs-netsim start

DEVICE IOS-0 OK STARTED

DEVICE IOS-1 OK STARTED

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-0 FAIL

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-1 FAIL

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-2 FAIL

yan@nso4:~/nso-run$


Can you help?

Thanks,

c.

Hi,

just re-create your NETSIM devices. Looks like there is a version mismatch from when they were originally created to your current version.

ncs-netsim delete-network

and then

ncs-netsim create-network ...... (add your commands)

Roque

Thank you very much for your reply, Roque. I did this, actually, and no luck. I even cleaned my nso-run directory completely and stryed from scratch, no luck.

=============

I'd like to add I reinstalled NSO4.4, cleaned the whole thing. started from scratch, but even when I try to start netsim I get:

yan@nso4:~/nso-run$ ls

netsim  packages

yan@nso4:~/nso-run$ ncs-netsim start

DEVICE IOS-0 OK STARTED

DEVICE IOS-1 OK STARTED

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-0 FAIL

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-1 FAIL

Bad configuration: confd.conf:0: ./ietf-netconf-acm.fxs: Must be recompiled!

Daemon died status=21

DEVICE XR-2 FAIL

yan@nso4:~/nso-run$


I'm not sure if using a local-install has anything to do with this. Any ideas?

Thanks!

c.

This last issue (NED upgrade) has been solved and documented here:

Re: [Problem with NSO NED upgrade]

====

As for the static route problem, upgrading to a newer version of NED definitely did the trick. Thanks, KJ!

Just configured this static route:

RP/0/0/CPU0:XR-0-PE#show run router static

Tue Jun 13 09:26:09.855 UTC

router static

vrf mgmt

  address-family ipv4 unicast

   0.0.0.0/0 172.16.1.1

  !

!

!

RP/0/0/CPU0:XR-0-PE#


But when I do a sync-from, NSO doesn't pull it from the router. Basically no 'router static' configuration path:




admin@ncs> request devices device XR-0 sync-from         

result true

[ok][2017-06-13 12:32:38]

admin@ncs> show configuration devices device XR-0

address   172.16.1.10;

port      22;

ssh {

    host-key ssh-rsa {

        key-data "AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQC12PbaBSkNvWEzBE4HE/ekDACNPXy+2tZRKFAfYpNu\n/zP4fhi0NNEQZRG3y6CFCBQyKgDTJ+fGvJFpATC7L4KyczyxWupKDKFwA9dOiPf827vHeEq0\n+PxrsadX9bBbqwXwSqhsZf67gUbbyVCyMPOcycbMcdrcIWi4avQbIuG05PAwL63QH9mgVg+X\nnuxaF/Hm8pFcIc8eKhxJ2opgRwoCeBq76OnmI24azrnpUX5ZsbKHQS0LApcjVViouiJ1JhM1\nWcMiwdoYK50hRpn8lXeuGSOi+cdGf3i/6LeTo8Nk2SOB94dRaLiYOac78hMoLGFNnwvsMWd8\nZGJal7emPNr7";

    }

}

authgroup mygroup;

device-type {

    cli {

        ned-id cisco-ios-xr;

    }

}

state {

    admin-state unlocked;

}

config {

    cisco-ios-xr:hostname XR-0-PE;

    cisco-ios-xr:vrf {

        vrf-list mgmt {

            address-family {

                ipv4 {

                    unicast;

                }

            }

        }

    }

    cisco-ios-xr:domain {

        name mnet.com.mx;

    }

    cisco-ios-xr:mpls {

        ldp {

            router-id 10.0.0.10;

            interface GigabitEthernet0/0/0/0.1;

        }

    }

    cisco-ios-xr:ssh {

        server {

            vrf default;

            vrf mgmt;

        }

    }

    cisco-ios-xr:interface {

        Loopback 0 {

            ipv4 {

                address {

                    ip   10.0.0.10;

                    mask 255.255.255.255;

                }

            }

        }

        MgmtEth 0/0/CPU0/0 {

            ipv4 {

                address {

                    ip   172.16.1.10;

                    mask 255.255.255.0;

                }

            }

            vrf mgmt;

        }

        GigabitEthernet 0/0/0/0.1 {

            ipv4 {

                address {

                    ip   10.10.11.10;

                    mask 255.255.255.0;

                }

            }

            encapsulation {

                dot1q {

                    1011;

                }

            }

        }

    }

    cisco-ios-xr:router {

        ospf 1 {

            router-id 10.0.0.10;

            area 0 {

                interface GigabitEthernet0/0/0/0.1 {

                    network point-to-point;

                    mtu-ignore {

                        enable;

                    }

                }

                interface Loopback0 {

                    passive {

                        enable;

                    }

                }

            }

        }

        bgp {

            bgp-no-instance 1 {

                address-family {

                    ipv4 {

                        unicast;

                    }

                    vpnv4 {

                        unicast;

                    }

                }

            }

        }

    }

}

[ok][2017-06-13 12:32:56]

admin@ncs>