Dual outside interfaces, using DHCP, static route and path monitoring -commit error

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Dual outside interfaces, using DHCP, static route and path monitoring -commit error

I have an issue with a PA.220 running 9.0.2 setup, using dual DHCP assigned outside interfaces.

I can remove the "auto created default route" in the interface's IPV4 config.

And also create both new default routes with metric 10 and 20.

 

But when I try to add path monitoring to the static routes I get the following commit error:

  • Can't get vr id(Module: dhcpd)
  • Commit failed

I can only choose DHCP address as source IP in the path monitor setup...

Removing path monitoring and all is dandy again......

 

Any ideas.... or just  a 9.0 bug ?

 

 

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L7 Applicator

Re: Dual outside interfaces, using DHCP, static route and path monitoring -commit error


@LasseN wrote:

I can only choose DHCP address as source IP in the path monitor setup...

Removing path monitoring and all is dandy again......


So did you try to chose no IP address as src in path monitoring and then the commit fails? If yes, then this is not a bug. It is somehow expected as you have to choose a source IP and on an interface with dhcp assigned IP address you only have this option - or did I get this wrong and the commit error is there also when you choose dhcp as src?

 

L1 Bithead

Re: Dual outside interfaces, using DHCP, static route and path monitoring -commit error

Yes you got it wrong. In the menu only DHCP is an option:

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But now, After a few "commit force" from CLI and adding and removing path monitoring it now works....

 

 

L7 Applicator

Re: Dual outside interfaces, using DHCP, static route and path monitoring -commit error

Strange ... I shortly tried it also on a PA-220 on 9.0.2 and it was working without any problems right away.

 


@LasseN wrote:

Yes you got it wrong. In the menu only DHCP is an option:


Do you ecpext something else there? On an interface with DHCP assined address I cannot have another option to choose than dhcp address

 

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