I have Cisco Nexus 3000 configured with VPC domain, port channel and vrrp.
Whenever I reboot the switches the traffic dont get through until and unless I issue the ping myself locally on the Switch.
Once ping is issued the first packet of ping drops and then success.After which the traffic starts flowing.
I would like to know are there any known issue similar to that?
How can I solve it? Any comments will be valuable.
I am using Nexus 300o with System version: 5.0(3)U5(1c)
Below are some of the configurations from both switches.
vpc domain 10
role priority 1000
peer-keepalive destination 10.81.254.2 source 10.81.254.1 vrf vpc-keepalive-10
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 162-168,210-238,246-257,500-515,851-852,1253
spanning-tree port type network
no negotiate auto
description VPC to F5_LB-01
switchport trunk allowed vlan 162-168,246-254,501-506,852
vrf member ops_sig
no ip redirects
ip address x.x.x.x/24
preempt delay minimum 30
description OpenStream signaling
role priority 2000
peer-keepalive destination 10.81.254.1 source 10.81.254.2 vrf vpc-keepalive-10
description Po10 to FDP-R01
ip address x.x.x.x/xx
Thanks and Regards
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