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VSP4450 Error: IP address does not exist in GRT

bfaltys
Contributor II
VSP4450, version 8.5.1.0. Trying to add a new VRF & loopback as part of my fabric extend configuration. This works fine on VSP5420 running 8.5.1.0 and on a VSP4900 running 8.4.2.1. Maybe some redistribution is needed, but seems odd as the other models don't have any issue.

Create the VRF, create the loopback, attempt to assign the loopback as the IP-tunnel-source.

ip vrf MYVRF vrfid 2
interface loopback 1
 ip address 10.10.44.1/255.255.255.255 vrf MYVRF
 exit
router isis
VSP4450:1(config-isis)#ip-tunnel-source-address 10.10.44.1 vrf MYVRF

Error: IP address does not exist in GRT
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bfaltys
Contributor II
I might have found an answer...
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On VSP4450, with ONA, the config is somewhat different...

VSP4450-1:1#% cfg||tunn
       alias% show running-config -bi ||tunn
config terminal
router isis
   ip-tunnel-source-address 172.16.1.41 port 1/11 mtu 1950 vrf fe
exit
end​


Where port 1/11 in my ONA Device port.
And port 1/12 is my ONA Network port:

VSP4450-1:1#% ifname 1/11,1/12
       alias% show interfaces gigabitEthernet name 1/11,1/12 ||\d+/\d+\s+\S.*\S\s+\S+\s+(up|down)
==============================================================================================================
                                                  Port Name
==============================================================================================================
PORT                                                        OPERATE  OPERATE  OPERATE
NUM      NAME                           DESCRIPTION         STATUS   DUPLEX   SPEED    VLAN
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/11     ONA-Device                     1000BaseTX          up       full     1000     Tagged
1/12     ONA-Network-PoE                1000BaseTX          up       full     1000     Access
VSP4450-1:1#%
VSP4450-1:1#% vlni 1/11,1/12
       alias% show interfaces gigabitEthernet vlan 1/11,1/12
====================================================================================================
                                   Port Vlans
====================================================================================================
PORT             DISCARD DISCARD   DEFAULT VLAN         PORT     UNTAG    DYNAMIC UNTAG
NUM      TAGGING TAGFRAM UNTAGFRAM VLANID  IDS          TYPE     DEFVLAN  VLANS   VLANS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/11     enable  false   false     0       0            normal   disable  P
1/12     disable false   false     4001    4001         normal   disable  P       4001​


You need a VLAN on the ONA Network port, with an IP in the same subnet as the ONA's IP address

VSP4450-1:1#% cfg||vlan 4001
       alias% show running-config -bi ||vlan 4001
config terminal
vlan create 4001 name "ONA-mgmt" type port-mstprstp 0
vlan members 4001 1/12 portmember
interface Vlan 4001
   ip address 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0 3
exit
end​


VSP4450-1:1#% lldn ||1/11
       alias% show lldp neighbor summary ||1/11
============================================================================================================================================
                                                           LLDP Neighbor Summary
============================================================================================================================================
LOCAL            IP/IPv6                                  CHASSIS            REMOTE
PORT       PROT  ADDR                                     ID                 PORT               SYSNAME       SYSDESCR
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1/11       LLDP  192.168.0.40                             d4:78:56:3a:8d:e1  fm1-mac2                         openvswitch 2.4.2​

It should all be in the manuals.