01-19-2012 10:33 AM
I posted this once before, but right after I did, we received a stop work order on the project. Now it's back on and I need to get this resolved.
I am trying to get traffic froman interface, 10.60.0.11, on redundant1, 10.60.0.10, to an interface on redundant2, 184.108.40.206, specifically the RLMWB, 220.127.116.11. But it is not working, these are the last 3 lines from the debug when I try to ping from red1 to the RLMWB on red2
Permitted by policy 6
dip alloc failed. dip_id = 0
packet dropped, dip alloc failed
Source interface is eth0/0 and destination interface is eth6/4. The person that created this config is no longer with the company. I know there is a dip assigned to a loopback, but do not see how that would affect this situation.
Originally I had red2 in nat mode, but changed it to route after advice from the last post.
I am attaching a copy of the config and the debug results. showing the dip alloc failed.
I have Cisco, experience, but no Juniper, so any help would be appreciated.
This is how it should be setup
src-ip -> red1 -> red2 -> dst-ip(RLMWB)
Thanks in advance,
01-20-2012 12:10 AM
The DIP is configured on the loopback.2 interface but the egress interface redundant2 is not assigned to its loopback group. Try this:
set interface "redundant2" loopback-group "loopback.2"
01-20-2012 06:36 AM
You know, I think that may have worked. I tested it in the lab and it appears to have done what it was supposed to do. I already sent it to the field, so we'll see what they have to say about it.
I will keep you posted.
Thank you very much Edouard.