Example 1019 MPOA Resolution Reply from debug

MPOA CLIENT: received a MPOA_RESOLUTION_REPLY packet of size 127 bytes on ATM1/0 vcd 832 dumping nhrp packet: fixed part: op_type 135 (MPOA_RESOLUTION_REPLY), shtl 20, sstl 0 mandatory part: src_proto_len 4, dst_proto_len 4, flags 0, request_id 2 src_nbma_addr: 47.009181000001000200030099.0090AB16540D.00 src_prot_addr: 0.0.0.0 dst_prot_addr: 3.0.0.1 cie 0: code 0, prefix_length 0, mtu 1500, holding_time 1200 cli_addr_tl 20, cli_saddr_tl 0, cli_proto_len 0, preference 0 cli_nbma_addr: 47.009181000001000200030099.0090AB164C0D.00 tlv 0: type 4097, length 4 data: 15 05 00 01 tlv 1: type 4096, length 23 compulsory data: 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 67 0E 00 90 AB 16 4C 08 00 90 AB 16 B0 08 08 00 MPOA CLIENT MPC: Resol Reply- IP addr 3.0.0.1, mpxp addr=47.00918100000100020003 0099.0090AB164C0D.00, TAG=352649217 MPOA CLIENT MPC: mpc_ingress_cache_state_machine called for icache 3.0.0.1: current state: TRIG, event MPC_VALID_RESOL_REPLY_RECVD

The middle portion of the debug output displays various items from the MPOA resolution reply messages. For example, cie refers to a client information element as specified by MPOA. code 0 means that the operation was successful. Reference the MPOA documents for decode specifics. The important parts of the debug for the immediate purposes of troubleshooting are highlighted.

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