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HP: “It seems that you have discovered an anomaly.”

by Jeremy L. Gaddis on December 19, 2008 · 1 comment

in Networking

-----Original Message-----
From: PCC-Americas
Sent: Friday, December 19, 2008 5:22 PM
To: Jeremy L. Gaddis
Subject:RE: en-us: Possible bug in K.13.45 (5400zl series)?

Dear Jeremy,

Thank you for contacting HP ProCurve Networking.

It seems that you have discovered an anomaly.  We would like to
investigate this for you.  At your convenience, would you mind
collecting the textual output of the command, "show tech all" as
issued within the CLI of the switch?  Please follow-up the text
capture by again issuing the "show ip igmp config" command.

We will work with our engineers to reproduce this issue, and
identify its root cause.

Thank you very much for contacting HP ProCurve Networking Support.
We hope to hear form you soon.

Sincerely,
Linda
HP ProCurve Networking

Here’s what I was seeing (serial numbers of my installed GBICs “sanitized”). This was on a HP ProCurve 5406zl:

SWITCH# show ip igmp config

 IGMP Service

                       IGMP     Forward with   Querier  Querier
  VLAN ID VLAN Name    Enabled  High Priority  Allowed  Interval
  ------- ------------ -------- -------------- -------- ---------
  1       DEFAULT_VLAN No       No             Yes      125
  2       VLAN2        No       No             Yes      125
  14      VLAN14       No       No             Yes      125
  16      VLAN16       No       No             Yes      125
  20      VLAN20       No       No             Yes      125
  30      VLAN30       No       No             Yes      125
  31      VLAN31       No       No             Yes      125
  32      VLAN32       No       No             Yes      125
  36      VLAN36       No       No             Yes      125
  38      VLAN38       No       No             Yes      125
  41      VLAN41       No       No             Yes      125
  42      VLAN42       No       No             Yes      125
  43      VLAN43       No       No             Yes      125
  64      VLAN64       No       No             Yes      125
        GBIC 1 (  Port A1): J4858C               XXXX2EK3W9
        GBIC 2 (  Port A2): J4858C               XXXX2EK3X4
        GBIC 3 (  Port A3): J4858C               XXXX2EK1Z2
        GBIC 4 (  Port A5): J4858C               XXXX2EK1RT
        GBIC 5 (  Port A7): J4858C               XXXX2EK2G4
        GBIC 6 (  Port A9): J4858C               XXXX2EK3FM
        GBIC 7 ( Port A11): J4858C               XXXX2EK3WD
        GBIC 8 ( Port A13): J4858C               XXXX2EK2NF
        GBIC 9 ( Port A14): J4858C               XXXX2EK4YD
        GBIC 10 ( Port A15): J4858C               XXXX2EK1HG
        GBIC 11 ( Port A16): J4858C               XXXX2EK5HA
        GBIC 12 ( Port A17): J4858C               XXXX2EK2CG
        GBIC 13 ( Port A18): J4858C               XXXX2EK2GH
        GBIC 14 ( Port A20): J4858C               XXXX2EK1RP
        GBIC 15 ( Port A21): J4859C               XXXX0EL04Y
        GBIC 16 ( Port A22): J4859C               XXXX0EL06W
        GBIC 17 ( Port A23): J4859C               XXXX4EL053
        GBIC 18 ( Port A24): J4859C               XXXX4EL02X
  78      VLAN78       No       No             Yes      125
  79      VLAN79       No       No             Yes      125
  80      VLAN80       No       No             Yes      125
  94      VLAN94       No       No             Yes      125
  96      VLAN96       No       No             Yes      125
  101     VLAN101      No       No             Yes      125
  110     VLAN110      No       No             Yes      125
  112     VLAN112      No       No             Yes      125
  128     VLAN128      No       No             Yes      125
  172     VLAN172      No       No             Yes      125
  192     VLAN192      No       No             Yes      125
  202     VLAN202      No       No             Yes      125
  4011    VLAN4011     No       No             Yes      125
  4012    VLAN4012     No       No             Yes      125
  4030    VLAN4030     No       No             Yes      125
  4040    VLAN4040     No       No             Yes      125
  4050    VLAN4050     No       No             Yes      125
  4060    VLAN4060     No       No             Yes      125
  4070    VLAN4070     No       No             Yes      125

Geez, an “anomaly”? Ya think? =)

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