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ESP connectivity problem on controllers / VMM

I have a setup with a Mobility Master with two controllers (7010).

All running AOS 8.2.0.2.

 

After a full-setup, the controllers connect to the VMM without any problem, but after a reboot they are not able to create a tunnel with the VMM.

It is also not possible to create a cluster between the two controllers.

As far as I can see, the controller refuses connection on the ESP protocol (tested with wireshark).

Is there an option/feature I could have enabled somewhere in my installation which prevents this connectivity. I've serached for it for hours now, but am not able to find it.

If needed I could provide a pcap file with traffic to and from my controllers.

Re: ESP connectivity problem on controllers / VMM

Do you have a backup MM?
Thank you

Victor Fabian
Lead Mobility Architect @WEI
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
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Re: ESP connectivity problem on controllers / VMM

no i don't have a backup vmm


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Re: ESP connectivity problem on controllers / VMM

no i don't have a backup vmm


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Re: ESP connectivity problem on controllers / VMM

In a "show acl hits" I see the following. Could that be the problem?

 

sdn-acl any any 58 34816-34816 ofaction 12 1658 1658 9260 ipv6
sdn-acl any any 58 34560-34560 ofaction 24 1688 1688 9261 ipv6
sdn-acl any any any ofaction 23 17326 17326 9262 ipv4
sdn-acl any any 6 5223-5223 ofaction 19 51 51 9269 ipv4
sdn-acl any any 17 0-65535 ofaction 22 1 1 9276 ipv4
sdn-acl any any 17 0-65535 ofaction 11 3081 3081 9284 ipv4
sdn-acl any any any ofaction 1 163217 163217 9286 ipv4

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