126.96.36.199-93n - NSM without NSM, wait what?
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today I saw some log messages, which does not make much sense, because they are NSM related, but I don't have any NSM licensed (CSC-MA a year ago, but completly wiped) and even ZeroTouch is disabled.
NSM:BW Changed for X0 -- old: 125000000.000000 new: 0.000000 NSM:ifWalkCb(1) - calling nsm_if_down for X0 NSM:UPDATE: Interface X0 down NSM:ifWalkCb(2) - calling nsm_if_up for X0 NSM:BW Changed for X0 -- old: 0.000000 new: 125000000.000000
Any idea what could cause this? I'am not amused if some behind the scenes magic is tinkering with my settings.
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@BWC - Michael, I did a quick Google search of the string "ifWalkCb" and the first page that came up was this:
Notice the name in the first bullet.
Do you have ARS enabled on this device? If so, these messages are - more than likely - associated with that service (not the other one).
Hi @Larry yes indeed I have ARS enabled on that device, I don't really need it (maybe was playing with it a while back) so I disabled it and see if it changes anything.
Weirdly that ARS is tinkering with BWM settings, but who I'am to judge.
While searching for ifWalkCb it's a bit odd that the article came up, because ifWalkCb is not mentioned in the article or the code.