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Every once in a while, when one of our IOS-XR routers are discovered (every 6 hours), the OSPF ports will disappear. This doesn’t happen very often, but in the last week it has happened twice. It’s not really reproducable, because if I clear port state and run the discovery again, it works again and the OSPF ports are populated.
Has anyone run into this problem before? For now I have ceased discovery on several modules including ‘ports’ to prevent the issue. But I’m not sure if this is the right solution, or even if it is solving the issue in the first place.