If this needs to a different discussion location; just let me know.
So attempting to get Ethernet CFM config working on the NCS 540 running 6.5.x. No issues on the ASR 9ks. What I find is I can use the same config from the 9ks on the NCS 540s; only if the ' continuity-check interval ' is not < 1m. I need it at 1s. When I change it to anything < 1m; I get the following configuration-error message.
* Down MEP 1101 is configured to use an SMAN format which is not supported for hardware offload on this platform
I even used the sample config from the 5xx docs; but using down-meps for the service. Same issue.
Ethernet CFM domain SMB level 3 id null service 901234AB down-meps
!!! no configuration error
++ add the continuity-check interval 1s
!!! configuration error SMAN format which is not supported
I've tested multiple scenarios and following the MAID guide; still same issues.
Wondering if anyone may have an answer here, before I go an open a TAC case on this.
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