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Martin_Raska
Advisor

The "Value already exists" bug in the VoIP config

Hello Guys,

I am seeking advice for two 1600 HA locally managed cluster appliances. The customer was trying to configure SIP over the firewall but some bug in the config started that any change in the VoIP page I mean ANY is not possible, there is always an error and SIP inspection is not working.

 

We are struggling with that for three months and two TAC tickets as it was resolved one time partially with R80.20.40 firmware but the issue is back even with R81 firmware. R&D replicated config(CPINFO) in the lab and there were no such issues.

 

My question is: Does help if we reset one appliance, upgrade it and put back config? Or the bug is probably in the DB of the appliance and backup will not help.

Is it possible to restore config from CLI commands only? If yes, where is text file of this config or how to save it to a file from CLISH?

Many Thanks

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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
Employee

Sounds similar to an older bug sk109403 please share your SR with me in private if you have an ongoing case.

Was a backup (not CPinfo) of the appliance provided to TAC at all?

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Martin_Raska
Advisor

no only CPINFO was shared.

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Martin_Raska
Advisor

TAC and R&D requested only CPINFO.

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

I would suggest to go back to a firmware version where the issue is partly resolved. Found sk109403 but that is only for R77.20.xx and R75.20.xx. CLI config backup/restore is explained here: Configuration transfer between different SMB models

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Martin_Raska
Advisor

Thanks for the link. 

Back to my question

My question is: Does help if we reset one appliance, upgrade it and put back config? Or the bug is probably in the DB of the appliance and backup will not help.

or at least restore config from CLI?

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the_rock
Champion
Champion

Just make sure to save current config by running from expert command as in -> clish -c "show configuration" > /var/log/configAugust82022.txt

Then, once reset, you can copy it back I think by running from clish load configuration filename path.

Martin_Raska
Advisor

I did the restoration of Backup to the fresh appliance, no luck, errors are still there.

 

What made me crazy was that putting CLI config back is nightmare, we have 7000 lines of config and there are a lot of errors like this

add net-obj name "194.228.224.194" type "single" exclude-from-dhcp "on" dhcp-reserve-ip-addr-to-mac "off" mac-reserved-in-dhcp "off" dns-resolving "true" ipv4-address "194.228.224.194"
Could not set host: Invalid object name. Name should begin with a letter and contain up to 32 alphanumeric (0-9, a-z, _ ~ - .) characters without spaces

same with application, you have to edit all this kind of things manualy

add application application-name "*sec.tunnel.com" category "General" regex-url "false" application-url ".sec.tunnel.com"

Also need to mention that I am missing static routes in CLI config at all.

 

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