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Application Networking Services
Describes how to properly manage and maintain the Cisco Global Site Selector Manager (GSSM) and GSS devices, including login security, GSS software upgrades, GSSM database administration, and log files.
Describes how to use the Cisco Global Site Selector (GSS) command-line interface (CLI) to configure the GSS to perform global server load balancing.
Provides an overview on the command-line interface (CLI) for the Cisco Global Site Selector (GSS) and describes the CLI commands, including syntax, options, and related commands.
Describes how to perform the initial setup and configuration tasks of the Cisco Global Site Selector (GSS) devices in your GSS network.
Describes how to configure the Cisco Global Site Selector (GSS) platform from the primary GSSM GUI to perform global server load balancing.
Describes the new features, resolved caveats, open caveats, command changes, and GUI changes for software version 3.0(1).
Cisco Interfaces and Modules
Lists new features added in the latest release.
Describes how to install the Cisco AXP SDK and develop software on the application service module.
Describes how to install and configure Cisco AXP software on the application service module.
Cisco IOS Software
Provides a generic stateful switchover/In Service Software Upgrade (SSO/ISSU) mechanism for Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) on a Layer 2 access concentrator (LAC) and a Layer 2 network server (LNS).
Provides a mechanism for tunneling Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) packets over a non-MPLS network.
Describes bidirectional protocol independent multicast (bidir-PIM).
Provides a user-friendly command-line interface (CLI) for efficient packet marking by which you can differentiate packets based on the designated markings.
Describes various types of weighted fair queueing (WFQ), including flow-based, distributed, and class-based.
Provides detailed information on platform-independent Cisco IOS commands; specifically, on command syntax, defaults, command modes, command history, usage guidelines, and examples.
Contains Cisco IOS features that are shared across releases and platforms and grouped by technology areas.
Enables Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) to receive ASCII command codes for account login, account logout, service login, service logout, and account status queries and to perform the required functionality based on the command code.
Describes Cisco's proprietary protocol to communicate with the Cisco Subscriber Edge Services Manager (SESM) and other components to provide a subscriber edge services solution.
Enables Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) to serve as a proxy between a client device that uses RADIUS authentication and an authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) server.
Describes virtual private dialup networking (VPDN), which is a specialized VPDN configuration that allows packets to pass through multiple tunnels.
Allows you to configure a quality of service (QoS) filter that manages the traffic flow of control plane packets to protect the control plane of Cisco IOS routers and switches against reconnaissance and denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.
Introduces a more flexible mechanism for routing packets than destination routing.
Allows you to configure the source and destination of a tunnel to belong to any Virtual Private Network (VPN) routing and forwarding (VRF) table.
Allows for transparent failover of the first-hop IP router.
Provides the capability to monitor Layer 3 Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
Describes the label switched path (LSP) discovery capability.
Provides the capability to monitor IP service levels within Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
Allows you to define traffic classes, create and configure traffic policies (policy maps), and then attach those traffic policies to interfaces.
Describes how to configure Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) to route IPv6 prefixes.
Uses the RADIUS protocol to facilitate interaction between Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) and an external RADIUS-based authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) or mediation server.
Sends accounting start and stop records for sessions and services to an accounting server for postpaid billing.
Allows changes in tariffs during the lifetime of a connection.
Enhances Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) automatic subscriber login by providing support for authorization on the basis of the circuit ID and remote ID.
Redirects specified packets to servers that handle the packets in a specified manner.
Provides modular quality of service (QoS) command-line interface (CLI) provisioning on Cisco Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) IP sessions.
Generates specific and relevant information that can be used for session, flow, subscriber, and service diagnostics.
Provides a mechanism for continuously monitoring interface and CPU statistics.
Adds support for routed and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks.
Adds support for multiple interface types, including tunneled interfaces, to connect sessions to networks.
Allows configurable functionality to be expressed in terms of an event, a condition, and an action.
Enables Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) to interact dynamically with the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and apply policies that influence the IP addresses that DHCP assigns subscribers.
Describes how to configure Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) and Cisco Service Control Engine (SCE) to function as a single policy enforcement point for subscriber sessions.
Describes how to use control policies as a flexible way to collect pieces of subscriber identity information during session establishment.
Describes control policies that you can configure to interpret a domain as a request to activate the service associated with that domain name, allowing users to receive services automatically in accordance with the domain to which they are attempting to connect.
Provides Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) support for the RADIUS change of authorization (CoA) extension, which facilitates dynamic authorization.
Explains how to configure control policies with time-based, volume-based, and duration-based policy triggers.
Describes a collection of policy definitions to define a service.
Specifies services and functionality that should be applied to Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) sessions for the specified subscriber.
Enables an IP address or MAC address to be used in place of the username in authorization requests.
Eliminates the need to authenticate a session more than once when a subscriber has access to services provided by other devices in the administrative domain of the access or service provider.
Configures Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) to create an IP session upon receipt of the first Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) DISCOVER packet received from a subscriber.
Describes IP subnet and source-IP-based sessions for Layer 2.
Describes IP subnet and source-IP-based sessions for Layer 3.
Describes point-to-point (P2P) sessions, which are established through a signaling protocol handled by Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG).
Controls how long a connection can be idle before it is terminated.
Describes how to configure an Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG) policy server to use RADIUS Packet of Disconnect (POD) to manage the life cycle of any ISG session.
Introduces IP subscriber session keepalive support for monitoring session data traffic in the upstream direction for idleness using Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) for Layer 2 connected subscribers and Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) for Layer 3 connected subscribers.
Provides a means to switch an active session between virtual routing domains dynamically.
Allows Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) static labels to be used for Virtual Private Network (VPN) routing and forwarding (VRF) traffic.
Introduces a policy-based routing (PBR) mechanism to classify and forward Virtual Private Network (VPN) traffic based on multiple VPN routing and forwarding (VRF) selection match criteria.
Allows a specified interface on a provider edge (PE) router to route packets to Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) based on packet length or match criteria defined in an IP access list.
Adds the capability of matching and classifying traffic on the basis of the Layer 3 packet length in the IP header.
Enhances route maps to enable configuration of a recursive next-hop IP address that is used by policy-based routing (PBR).
Extends the capabilities of object tracking using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) to allow the policy-based routing (PBR) process to verify object availability by using additional methods.
Introduces the ability for packets that are forwarded as a result of the set ip default next-hop command to be switched at the hardware level.
Provides full support of IP policy-based routing in conjunction with Cisco Express Forwarding and NetFlow.
Preserves VLAN IDs and keeps traffic in different customer VLANs segregated when used on the subinterface level.
Describes how to configure quality of service (QoS) hierarchical queueing policy maps on sessions and subinterfaces in Ethernet Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (E-DSLAM) applications on a Cisco 10000 series router.
Allows you to configure your network access server (NAS) to direct RADIUS authorization.
Implements a web services interface to access the policy, subscriber, and session management functionality of the Intelligent Service Gateway (ISG).
Allows a router to send system logging (syslog) messages to a syslog server host connected through a Virtual Private Network (VPN) routing and forwarding (VRF) interface.
Provides support for virtual private dialup network (VPDN) tunnels that terminate on a Virtual Private Network (VPN) routing and forwarding (VRF) instance.
Allows directly connected Cisco content engines to use Layer 2 redirection, which is more efficient than Layer 3 redirection via Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE).
Introduces support for Application and Content Networking System/Wide Area Application Services (ACNS/WAAS) devices using mask assignment as a cache engine assignment method.
Enables interfaces to be configured for input redirection for a particular Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) service.
Provides several enhancements to and features for the Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP).
Provides the release notes for Cisco NX-OS software Release 4.0.4.
None at this time.
Provides the release notes for Cisco DCNM software Release 4.0(4).
Describes the setup of the Cisco Smart Business Communication System to operate in the Cisco Configuration Assistant 1.8 environment.
Describes the new features and caveats of Cisco Configuration Assistant 1.8.
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Allows a gigaport to transmit or receive traffic unidirectionally using one strand of fiber instead of using two strands of fiber for a full-duplex gigaport Ethernet port.
Describes the next generation of midrange router products.
Describes a carrier card and port adapter architecture that increases modularity, flexibility, and density across Cisco routers for network connectivity.
Enables shaping support in the class-default class of a policy map configured on the main interface of the Cisco 7600 series ethernet services 20G (ES20) line card.
Describes installation and configuration of the Clean Access Manager via the CAM web console for Cisco NAC Appliance, Release 4.5.
Describes installation and configuration of the Clean Access Server (including Failover, DHCP, AD SSO, and VPN concentrator integration) for Cisco NAC Appliance, Release 4.5.
Provides late-breaking and cumulative release, upgrade, and installation information for Release 4.5.
Provides support and compatibility information (OS, browser, Java) for Cisco NAC Appliance Agents, Release 4.5 and later.
Allows the services that you are accessing and the amount of network resources that you are consuming to be tracked.
Describes hardware specifications and initial configuration for Cisco NAC 3300 series appliances.
Enables you to match on arbitrary bits of a packet at an arbitrary depth in the packet header and payload.
Describes initial configuration and deployment information for the Cisco NAC Network Module (NME-NAC-K9) for Integrated Services Routers.
Adds flexibility to the Cisco IOS Firewall by allowing it to perform a higher degree of inspection of TCP and User Data Protocol (UDP) traffic for most RFC 1700 application types.
Provides a hardware support list and system requirements for the Clean Access Manager, Server, and Agent.
Provides Cisco NAC Appliance Out-of-Band (OOB) switch support information.
Server Networking and Virtualization
None at this time.
None at this time.
None at this time.
None at this time.
None at this time.
Universal Gateways and Access Servers
None at this time.
Video, Cable, and Content Delivery
Describes new features, system requirements, and software fixes for the Broadband Access Center product. Cisco Broadband Access Center release notes are available at the following URL:
Voice and Unified Communications
Introduces developers to the Cisco Unified Application Environment and provides step-by-step instructions for creating a simple telephony application to build developer familiarity with the tool sets.
Provides procedures for installing and configuring Click to Call.
Contains licensing information and acknowledgments of copyright for Click to Call.
Describes information about using Click to Call.
Describes system requirements, new features, changed information, documentation updates, and open caveats for Click to Call Release 7.0.
Describes the new features and caveats for the Cisco Unified Application Environment, Release 2.5.1.
Divides a physical router into multiple logical routers, each having its own set of interfaces and routing and forwarding tables.
Explains how to administer and maintain the Cisco Unified Application Environment using the Cisco Unified Application Environment Administration and related tools.
Describes hardware compatibility requirements for installing Cisco Unified Application Environment hardware.
Describes software compatibility requirements for installing Cisco Unified Application Environment software.
Provides design considerations and guidelines for deploying Cisco Unified Communications solutions based on Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.x releases.
Provides information and tasks for configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express 7.0(1) Localization Configuration Enhancements.
Provides step-by-step instructions for installing the Cisco Unified Application Environment.
Lists the default feature codes for accessing SCCP features on analog phones connected to a voice gateway under the control of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.
Lists the default feature codes for accessing SCCP features on analog phones connected to a voice gateway under the control of Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Provides step-by-step instructions for upgrading from earlier versions of Cisco Unified Application Environment to release 2.5.1.
None at this time.
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