What does it means when you see this, while checking the status of a protected LSP at the transit router (show mpls lsp transit extensive)?
No suitable bypass with sufficient bandwidth
Are these automatically generated bypass LSPs or individually/Manually configured bypass LSPs ???
In any case "No suitable bypass with sufficient bandwidth" means that the due to bandwith constraint the bypass in not up on this transit router.
>check "show rsvp interface " on this transit router to check if there is any interface which has not bandwith avialable ??
> On the ingeress router chech the lsp for which link protection was enables to verify if the link protection ever came up ?? You should see "Link-protection Up" or "Link-protection Down"
On ingress please collect:
"show mpls lsp name <lsp name> extensive"
"show rsvp session extensive name <lsp name>"
I was using a static bypass LSP with plenty of bandwidth on the interfaces, but I was trying to use the same bypass LSP to protect too many LSPs going across the interface. I am now using dynamic bypass, with the max-bypass statement.
Thanks for the update. I'm glad it worked out.
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