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C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

All,

 

I have been attempting to set up policy based routing on a borrowed 9200 24 port Switch. Initially I was following the IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.01 IP Routing Guide.  I set up an Access Control List, then a Route Map, and attempted to apply it to an interface.  However, when I attempted the command 'ip policy route-map pbr-map', I had a marker under policy with the statement 'invalid input detected at marker'.  When trying 'ip ?' as a command, there was no entry for policy.

 

After checking the Cisco Feature Navigator, it showed that version 16.10.01 for the 9200 switch did not support PBR, but that 16.11.01 did.  I upgraded the switch to 16.11.01 successfully, but when I repeated the operation of applying the Route Map to an interface, I got the same error message.

 

As far as I can tell from the Feature Navigator, and the Switch data sheet, this switch should support this feature - it is listed under Switch Fundamentals for both Network Essentials and Advantage.  I have followed the instructions in the documentation too, but cannot complete this step.  So have I missed a previous step?

 

Thanks in advance,

Gary.

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Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

Hi, Gary, 

Is the port L3 or L2? In the latter case make it L3 via 'no switchport' command

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Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

Hi Gary,

 

What is the license on the switch?

May times PBR is an advanced feature and may require network advantage license.

HTH

Beginner

Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

Hi, Gary, 

Is the port L3 or L2? In the latter case make it L3 via 'no switchport' command

Beginner

Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

It turned out to be a L2 port - once I changed it to L3 I was able to set the ip policy.

Thanks for your help.
Beginner

Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

I have not set up any licensing on the switch.  I did not use the GUI to set the switch up, as the person I borrowed the switch from had had problems when trying it themselves.  So all the setup I have done has been via CLI.

 

show license all gives the following:

Smart Licensing Status
======================

Smart Licensing is ENABLED

Registration:
  Status: UNREGISTERED
  Export-Controlled Functionality: NOT ALLOWED

License Authorization:
  Status: EVAL MODE
  Evaluation Period Remaining: 89 days, 0 hours, 18 minutes, 38 seconds

Export Authorization Key:
  Features Authorized:
    <none>

Utility:
  Status: DISABLED

Data Privacy:
  Sending Hostname: yes
    Callhome hostname privacy: DISABLED
    Smart Licensing hostname privacy: DISABLED
  Version privacy: DISABLED

Transport:
  Type: Callhome

License Usage
==============

(C9200-DNA-E-24):
  Description:
  Count: 1
  Version: 1.0
  Status: EVAL MODE
  Export status: NOT RESTRICTED

(C9200-NW-E-24):
  Description:
  Count: 1
  Version: 1.0
  Status: EVAL MODE
  Export status: NOT RESTRICTED

Product Information
===================
UDI: PID:C9200-24T,SN:JAD23101NHK

Agent Version
=============
Smart Agent for Licensing: 4.6.7_rel/98
Component Versions: SA:(1_3_dev)1.0.15, SI:(dev22)1.2.1, CH:(rel5)1.0.3, PK:(dev18)1.0.3

Reservation Info
================
License reservation: DISABLED

Would these features not be available when in Eval mode?

VIP Expert

Re: C9200-24T-E - PBR - ip policy route-map "Invalid input"

Gary,

 

The output really does not tell you much about the license you have. 

Can you try:

show license right-to-use

Either way, you need to install the permanent license you paid for and than determine what features works and what not.

HTH

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