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I am using a Cisco 6500 series with an SSO redundancy configuration. The show redundancy output is as follows:

             Hardware Mode = Duplex
Configured Redundancy Mode = sso
 Operating Redundancy Mode = rpr
          Maintenance Mode = Disabled
            Communications = Up

I would assume the device is operating in RPR mode although SSO is configured. What could cause this? Shouldn't the operating mode be SSO?

EDIT (show redundancy states):

   my state = 13 -ACTIVE
 peer state = 4  -STANDBY COLD
       Mode = Duplex
       Unit = Primary
    Unit ID = 5
    Redundancy Mode (Operational) = rpr
    Redundancy Mode (Configured)  = sso
    Redundancy State              = rpr

 Split Mode = Disabled
 Manual Swact = Enabled
 Communications = Up

  client count = 60
  client_notification_TMR = 30000 milliseconds
      keep_alive TMR = 9000 milliseconds
    keep_alive count = 1
keep_alive threshold = 18
       RF debug mask = 0x0
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Can you provide a full show redundancy states ? –  pfo Nov 20 '12 at 19:22
    
Thanks. Posted in my edit –  user974896 Nov 20 '12 at 19:29
    
Are both supervisor modules completely identical (same daughterboards, same memory, and so on)? –  David Schwartz Nov 20 '12 at 20:22
    
In particular you want to make sure you've got exactly the same software loaded and available on both supervisors, ideally in the same location on both (i.e. disk0:). –  rnxrx Nov 29 '12 at 17:00

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Run the following commands

    show redundancy config-sync failures prc
    show redundancy config-sync failures prc
    show redundancy config-sync failures prc

as well as verifying that the active and standby are running the same version of code (this information should be in show redundancy.

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