Hmm, not very good. I’m uploading code to our XMRs in preparation for our core upgrade. All I’m doing is uploading the code to flash, not actually rebooting.
However, it causes BFD to flap, which then causes OSPF on the interface to drop. IP’s have been changed, and read this from the bottom up:
19:09:39:N:OSPF: nbr state changed, rid 22.214.171.124, nbr addr 126.96.36.199, nbr rid 188.8.131.52, state full 19:09:39:N:BFD: Session UP for 184.108.40.206 on eth 2/1 19:09:28:N:BFD: Session DOWN for 220.127.116.11 on eth 2/1 Reason:Neighbor Signaled Session Down 19:09:28:N:OSPF: nbr state changed, rid 18.104.22.168, nbr addr 22.214.171.124, nbr rid 126.96.36.199, state down 19:02:39:I:CLI CMD: "copy tftp lp 10.1.1.1 lpfpga05200c.bin fpga-all all" from ssh client 10.1.1.1