I have installed IOS XRv 9000 from an OVA downloaded from the Cisco site.
I have tried many different versions and all of them do not have any interfaces except for Mg0 after booting.
I am importing the OVA into ESX.
Any help would be appreciated.
Current version: Cisco IOS XR Software, Version 6.2.25
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Good day, I hope someone can assist. I have denied the command: "route-policy" with arguments "default_policy_pass_all" on our Cisco ACS. When someone tries to create/edit this policy they enter " route-policy default_policy_pass_all" They then type "end-policy" and they receive "Command authorization failed" as expected and the command is not allowed. However, when they create/edit this policy and enter, "route-policy default_policy_pass_all" and hit CTRL + C on the keyboard, they are able to commit thus editing the policy and breaking services. It seems like this is an XR software issue because the ASR never asks the ACS for authorization for entering the command " route-policy default_policy_pass_all " Has anyone seen this before or have a better way of blocking commands? RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1#conf t Fri Sep 22 12:48:28.403 SAST RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config)#route-policy default_policy_pass_all Fri Sep 22 12:48:29.919 SAST % WARNING: Policy object route-policy default_policy_pass_all' exists! Reconfiguring it via CLI will replace current definition. Use 'abort to cancel. RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config-rpl)#end-policy Command authorization failed % Incomplete command. RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config-rpl)# RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1#conf t Fri Sep 22 12:48:36.252 SAST RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config)#route-policy default_policy_pass_all Fri Sep 22 12:48:37.877 SAST % WARNING: Policy object route-policy default_policy_pass_all' exists! Reconfiguring it via CLI will replace current definition. Use 'abort to cancel. RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config-rpl)# RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config)#sh configuration Fri Sep 22 12:48:42.677 SAST Building configuration... !! IOS XR Configuration 5.3.3 ! route-policy default_policy_pass_all end-policy ! end RP/0/RSP1/CPU0:router1(config)# Kind Regards, Hendrik
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I have two ACS 5.5 servers. One is Primary and one Secondary. The primary acts as a logging host as well and storage on this host has become a problem.
As far as I understand a reload of the Primary ACS is neccessary after I have increased the disk space on the VM.
I would like to test the restore of the Primary ACS from a backup to see if the process works and how long it takes.
The new VM which I would like to restore to is on the same network as the current Primary and Secondary servers (in order for the new VM to have connectivity to the backup repository).
Would the Test ACS server try to contact the Secondary ACS after I complete the restore? Even if the IP address and host name of the new test VM is different from the current primary?
Any assistance or advice would be really appreciated.
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