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Why do both devices in my Active/Passive NSRP cluster display (M) when there is no split brain condition and both devices are in sync?

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Article ID: KB12849 KB Last Updated: 11 Aug 2010Version: 2.0
Summary:
NSRP cluster with only one VSD group configured and is in sync still displays (M) on both devices as if both are in primary mode.
Symptoms:
NSRP cluster with only one VSD group configured and is in sync still displays (M) on both devices as if both are in primary mode.
The command "get nsrp" on both devices clearly shows the proper Primary/Primary Backup information for an Active/Passive relationship.
The command "exec nsrp sync global-config check-sum" clearly shows the devices to be in sync.
Solution:
When VSD group 0 is unset, both devices in NSRP cluster will always display (M), by design of the software as they are technically in Active/Active mode. This is true even when only one non-zero VSD group has been defined.

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