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Release Notes for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Table Of Contents

Release Notes for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Contents

Introduction

What's New in This Release

Creating Configuration Templates

Idle Timeout Settings

Standard Discovery

CAAM Features

Data Synchronization between LMS and CAAM

Managing Policy Groups

Managing Policy Profile

Fixing Profile Violation

Compliance Data Collection

CAAM Offline Update

CAAM Online Update

Import Contracts

CAAM Reports

Hardware Configuration-based MIB Objects Polling

Poller Management Enhancements

Troubleshooting Workflow Changes

Fault Management Generic Device Package Support and Traps Support

Enhancement in Unused POE Report

Enhancement in Custom Inventory Report

Enhancement in TrustSec

EnergyWise Enhancement

Report Designer Enhancement

VLAN Fetch Support for SCP and RCP

Template Center Enhancement

Third-Party Software and Tool Changes

Time Zone and Offset Settings

Operating System Upgrade

Cross Platform Data Migration Support

Server and Client Requirements

Bugs

Using Bug Toolkit

Search Bugs

Export to Spreadsheet

Open Bugs for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Administration in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Configuration in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Dashboard and Portlets in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Installation in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Monitoring and Troubleshooting in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to UII in LMS 4.2

Resolved Bugs in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Product Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

Notices

OpenSSL/Open SSL Project

License Issues


Release Notes for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2


Revised: February 2012, OL-25950-01

Contents

This Release Notes is for Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 on Solaris, Soft Appliance, and Windows platforms.

This document has the following sections:

Introduction

What's New in This Release

Time Zone and Offset Settings

Operating System Upgrade

Cross Platform Data Migration Support

Server and Client Requirements

Bugs

Product Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

Notices

Introduction

LMS 4.2 provides you with powerful features that enable you to configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and administer Cisco networks.

Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 has options for the following underlying core functions:

Monitoring

Inventory Management

Configuration

Reporting

Administration

Work Center Management

What's New in This Release

This section explains the new features in LMS 4.2.

See the Online help of LMS 4.2 applications for a detailed explanation of the new features in LMS 4.2.

This section contains the following:

Creating Configuration Templates

Idle Timeout Settings

Standard Discovery

CAAM Features

Hardware Configuration-based MIB Objects Polling

Poller Management Enhancements

Troubleshooting Workflow Changes

Fault Management Generic Device Package Support and Traps Support

Enhancement in Unused POE Report

Enhancement in Custom Inventory Report

Enhancement in TrustSec

EnergyWise Enhancement

Report Designer Enhancement

VLAN Fetch Support for SCP and RCP

Template Center Enhancement

Third-Party Software and Tool Changes


Note The supported screen resolution for LMS 4.2 is 1024x768 pixels. We recommend you not to use browser zoom in and zoom out features in LMS 4.2.


Creating Configuration Templates

CLI templates are user-defined templates that are created based on your own parameters. CLI templates allow you to choose the elements in the configurations. LMS provides variables that you replace with actual values and logic statements.

For more information, see Creating Configuration Templates in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Idle Timeout Settings

If UI is kept idle for the set time period then a pop-up redirecting the page to idle page will be displayed. You can click cancel to avoid redirecting to the idle page.

If you are redirected to the idle page then click click here link to return to your previous page. The default idle timeout is 120 minutes.

Standard Discovery

Standard Discovery allows you to discovery devices with minimum settings.

For configuring Standard Discovery, you need to provide the input for Seed Devices and SNMP

Credentials.

Inputs for seed device can be given as follows:

Using default gateway as seed, this option is chosen by default

Using Seed devices from DCR, it will not show the count of devices in DCR

Providing Seed devices manually in TextArea separated by space

Inputs for SNMP credentials can be given as follows:

Use Policy Configuration

Custom Policy Configuration

Default set credentials

Provide Credentials Manually

For more information, see Inventory Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

CAAM Features

LMS 4.2 supports the following Compliance and Audit Manager (CAAM) features:

Data Synchronization between LMS and CAAM

Managing Policy Groups

Managing Policy Profile

Fixing Profile Violation

Compliance Data Collection

Import Contracts

CAAM Reports

CAAM Offline Update

CAAM Online Update

Data Synchronization between LMS and CAAM

CAAM database should always be in sync with LMS database. When a new device is added to LMS or an unmanaged device is managed, and if the CAAMServer process is down, the device will not be added to CAAM database. When the CAAMServer process comes up, the device will be added to CAAM database but the device details such as Inventory, Config and Show Commands will not be updated in CAAM database. You have to manually perform Inventory, Config, and Show Commands collection to update the CAAM database.

For more information, see Using Compliance and Audit Manager Feature in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Managing Policy Groups

Policy Group is a collection of Policies. Policies are defined by a set of rules. LMS 4.2 supports 293 policies. In addition to the system-defined Policy Groups, you can create your own Policy Groups by selecting a set of system-defined policies. LMS allows you to add, clone, edit, and delete policy groups.

For more information, see Using Compliance and Audit Manager Feature in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Managing Policy Profile

Policy Profile is a set of Policy Groups where each Policy Groups are mapped with set of devices/device groups. LMS allows you to add, clone, edit, and delete policy profile. It also allows you to run the compliance check and view the job history.

For more information, see Using Compliance and Audit Manager Feature in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Fixing Profile Violation

The Profile Violations Fix Report lists all the devices that do not comply with a defined user profile. A profile is defined as a policy or a set of policies applied on either a device or a set of devices. LMS provides configuration commands for fixing the violation.

For more information, see Using Compliance and Audit Manager Feature in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Compliance Data Collection

This feature allows you to schedule the Compliance Data Collection System Job. The Compliance Data Collection job runs daily by default.

For more information, see Compliance and Audit Settings in Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

CAAM Offline Update

This feature allows you to download and install the patches related to CAAM Server manually.

For more information, see Compliance and Audit Settings in Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

CAAM Online Update

Enables you to download and install the patches related to CAAM Server online.

For more information, see Compliance and Audit Settings in Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Import Contracts

This feature enables you to import customer contracts into the CAAM Database.

For more information, see Compliance and Audit Settings in Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

CAAM Reports

CAAM reports provide compliance status of the network, lifecycle and contract information about network devices, security advisory, and service reports based on device and software capabilities, and the services that are enabled.

Using CAAM, the following reports can be generated and viewed in the reports job browser:

Service Reports

Life Cycle Management Reports

Compliance Reports

For more information, see Compliance and Audit in Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Service Reports

Service reports provide information about the status of all the services on network nodes. These reports also include a Capability Report section that provides information on what a user needs to do like upgrading the software or hardware for supporting a given service.

Life Cycle Management Reports

Life Cycle Management Reports provide information about the lifecycle state of the network. This report includes End of Life and Contract Management Reports.

Compliance Reports

The Compliance Reports provide information about the compliance state of the network for specific compliance requirements.

Compliance Reports include the following device reports:

HIPAA Compliance Reports

SOX (COBIT) Compliance Report

ISO/IEC 27002 Compliance Reports

NSA Compliance Reports

PCI DSS Compliance Reports

DHS Checklist Reports

DISA Checklists Report

CIS Benchmarks

Vendor Advisory Reports

Hardware Configuration-based MIB Objects Polling

When LMS server with specific hardware configuration polls MIB objects more than the recommended number, a warning message is displayed.

For more information, see Hardware Configuration-based MIB Object Polling Support in Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Poller Management Enhancements

In this release, Poller Management UI displays the polling preference types namely, Poll All Instances, Poll by Pattern, and Poll by User Selection. Poll by Pattern is a new polling preference type introduced in this release.

For more information, see Creating a Poller in Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Troubleshooting Workflow Changes

Device Information portlet in the Device Troubleshooting workflow is enhanced and it displays additional information such as CPU Utilization, Memory Utilization and so on.

For more information, see Device Information in Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Fault Management Generic Device Package Support and Traps Support

In this release, LMS Fault Management functionality supports unknown devices and non-Cisco devices with limited functionalities.

Unknown devices here refer to Cisco devices for which device package updates are not installed and available on LMS server.

Unknown devices and non-Cisco devices together referred as Generic devices in LMS.

For more information, see Understanding the Detailed Device View in Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

In this release, Trap support is provided for SNMPv3 configured devices, SNMPv2 configured devices, unknown devices, and non-Cisco devices.

For more information, see Configuring SNMP Trap Receiving and Forwarding in Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Enhancement in Unused POE Report

You can view an unused PoE report with detailed information of PoE-enabled devices managed by LMS along with the information of the ports that are not connected to the end points.

For more information, see Generating an Unused PoE Report in Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Enhancement in Custom Inventory Report

New Inventory Groups are added and few attributes have been added to the existing Inventory Groups.

Inventory Group
Attribute

Bridge

Base Bridge Address

Number of Ports

Bridge Type

Container

Container Model Name

Container Vendor Type

Description

Manufacturer Name

Physical Entity Name

Interface

interface index

Memory pool

Lowest Free Block (MB)

Module

Slot Number

Port

Port Index

Port Description

Port Vendor Type

System

Management Type

OSI Layer Services


For more information, see Creating an Inventory Custom Report Template in Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Enhancement in TrustSec

Till LMS 4.1, Identity was a separate feature. In LMS 4.2, Identity, which is now called as 802.1x, and Secured Group Access Configuration (SXP, SGT, and SGACL) are grouped under a common feature called TrustSec.

TrustSec Version

When you launch the Getting Started/Readiness Assessment page from Work Centers > TrustSec > Getting Started/Readiness Assessment for the first time, you will be guided to select the TrustSec version (TrustSec 1.99 and TrustSec 2.0) inorder to list the TrustSec-capable devices. By default TrustSec 2.0 is selected.

TrustSec Limited Compatibility Devices

In the TrustSec Getting Started/Readiness Assessment page, the pie chart is enhanced with TrustSec Limited Compatibility Devices. If devices are running with minimum supported image version for the selected TrustSec version and if the devices are not having the required modules installed then those devices will be known as TrustSec Limited Compatibility devices.

For more information, see TrustSec Readiness Assessment in Technology Work Centers in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Secured Group Access Configuration

Secured Group Access Configuration cross-launches the Template Center page, where you can select the template and deploy configuration.

This can be done in two ways:

Go to Work Centers > TrustSec > Getting Started or Readiness Assessment, select the devices from the TrustSec-capable devices pie or TrustSec Limited Compatibility pie and click SXP, SGT, or SGACL Configure options.

or

Go to Work Centers > TrustSec > Secured Group Access Configuration select the devices and click SXP, SGT, or SGACL Configure options.

For more information, see Secured Group Access Configuration in Technology Work Centers in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

EnergyWise Enhancement

In the EnergyWise Policy Override portlet, Wake the host option is newly added.

In the Current Power Consumption portlet, a new field "Category" has been added.

In the Work Center > EnergyWise > Configure > Manage Endpoint Groups flow, a new field "Category" has been added.

For more information, see Technology Work Centers in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Report Designer Enhancement

Earlier, Syslog and Inventory Custom Report templates were combined as a single workflow. In LMS 4.2, Syslog and Inventory Custom Report are available as two separate flows.

For more information, see Report Designer in Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

In the Inventory Custom Report template, Report Attributes and Rules for Attributes are available as two different sections, where the generated report will display only the attributes selected under Report Attributes section.

For more information, see Creating Inventory Custom Reports in Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

VLAN Fetch Support for SCP and RCP

You can set the protocol order for Configuration Management features such as Archive Management, Config Editor, and NetConfig jobs to download configurations and to fetch configurations. For NetShow and VLAN Fetch, you can set the protocol order to download configurations.

For more information, see Configuring Transport Protocols in Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Template Center Enhancement

In LMS 4.2, you can create Configuration templates using IF and FOREACH statements.

For more information, see Guidelines for Creating Configuration Templates Using IF and FOREACH Statements in Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Third-Party Software and Tool Changes

The following are the changes in the third-party software and tools in this release:

Support for Windows 2008 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition on server and client systems

Support for Windows 2008 R2 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition on server and client systems

WinPcap upgrade to 4.0.2

Daylight Savings Timezone tool upgrade to 1.3.45-b01

Firefox 8.0 and 9.0 support on client systems

Java Plug-in version 1.6.0_24 or later update versions only

Apache upgrade to 2.2.17

Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6.0_24

Time Zone and Offset Settings

LMS supports many time zones. However, applications that have scheduling and reporting functions, and applications that produce or use time stamps vary based on:

Server and client—Time stamps can differ between server and client if they are located in different time zones.

Platforms—Windows and UNIX servers support different time zones and are not synchronized.

Table 1 shows time zone acronyms supported in the Cisco Prime applications that use the time zone feature.

Column 1—Lists the area covered by the time zone.

Column 2—Lists the supported Cisco Prime time zone acronyms. Change Audit reports may display time zone information differently.

Column 3—Lists the spelled out time zone definition.

Column 4—Lists the column's offsets from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

If you generate reports, the output will vary depending on whether the data has been processed through Perl or Java.

To ensure that time zones are translated correctly—especially when your devices, servers, and clients are in different time zones—follow these guidelines:

While configuring time zones on managed devices, use the acronyms listed in the Time Zone Acronym Setting on Device column. To set time zones on devices, use the command described in the device-specific Command Reference documentation.

The device should be configured to send Syslogs with the appropriate time zone acronym that indicates whether daylight savings is in effect at the time of sending the Syslog. This is to ensure that the Syslog analyzer or Essentials uses the correct acronym for time conversion.

Changes made to the system time zone from outside Cisco Prime applications might not be reflected in already-running Cisco Prime applications. After changing the time zone, restart all Cisco Prime applications.

Table 1 Supported Server Time Zones 

List of Supported Time Zone Values (Area Covered)
Time Zone Acronym Setting on Device
Definition
Offset from GMT

Brazil / DeNoronha

FNT

Fernando de Noronha Time

-2:00

Brazil / West

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Brazil/Acre

AMT

Amazon Time

-4:00

Brazil/East

EST

Eastern Standard Time

-3:00

GMT0

AZOST

Azores Summer Time

-1:00

Iceland

GMT

Greenwich Mean Time

0:00

EET

EET

Eastern European Time

+2:00

United States / Pacific

PST

Pacific Standard Time

-8:00

US/Indiana-Starke

EST

Eastern Standard Time

-5:00

US/Samoa

SST

Samoa Standard Time

-11:00

US/Arizona

MST

Mountain Standard Time

-7:00

US/East-Indiana

EDT

Eastern Daylight Time

-5:00

US/Central

CST

Central Standard Time

-6:00

US/Eastern

EST

Eastern Standard Time

-5:00

US/Mountain

MST

Mountain Standard Time

-7:00

US/Alaska

AST

Alaska Standard Time

-9:00

US/Hawaii

HAST

Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time

-10:00

US/Aleutian

HAST

Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time

-10:00

US/Michigan

EDT

Eastern Daylight Time

-5:00

MST

MST

Mountain Standard Time

-7:00

CET

CET

Central Europian Time

+1:00

Asia/Chungking

CST

China Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Bangkok

ICT

Indochina Time

+7:00

Asia/Kashgar

CST

Central Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Macao

CST

China Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Yakutsk

YAKT

Yakutsk Time

+9:00

Asia/Riyadh

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Makassar

WITA

Central Indonesian Time

+8:00

Asia/Shanghai

CCT

China Taiwan Time

+8:00

Asia/Kuala_Lumpur

MYT

Malaysia Time

+8:00

Asia/Hovd

HOVT

Hovd Time

+7:00

Asia/Qyzylorda

QYZT

Qyzylorda Time

+6:00

Asia/Harbin

CST

China Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Tel_Aviv

IDT

Israel Daylight Time

+3:00

Asia/Anadyr

MAGST

Magadan Summer Time

+12:00

Asia/Istanbul

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Jakarta

WIT

Western Indonesian Time

+7:00

Asia/Aqtobe

AQTT

Aqtobe Time

+5:00

Asia/Aden

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Kuwait

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Manila

PHT

Philippine Time

+8:00

Asia/Yerevan

AST

Armenia Summer Time

+5:00

Asia/Seoul

KST

Korea Standard Time

+9:00

Asia/Taipei

CST

China Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Bahrain

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Jerusalem

IDT

Israel Daylight Time

+3:00

Asia/Riyadh89

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh

ICT

Indochina Time

+7:00

Asia/Saigon

ICT

Indochina Time

+7:00

Asia/Dubai

GST

Gulf Standard Time

+4:00

Asia/Tokyo

JST

Japan Standard Time

+9:00

Asia/Omsk

OMSST

Omsk Summer Time

+7:00

Asia/Calcutta

IST

India Summer Time

+5:30

Asia/Kabul

AFT

Afghanistan Time

+4:30

Asia/Karachi

PKT

Pakistan Standard Time

+5:00

Asia/Damascus

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Singapore

SGT

Singapore Time

+8:00

Asia/Samarkand

UZT

Uzbekistan Time

+5:00

Asia/Dili

TLT

East Timor Time

+9:00

Asia/Dhaka

BST

Bangladesh Standard Time

+6:00

Asia/Vientiane

ICT

Indochina Time

+7:00

Asia/Aqtau

AQTT

Aqtobe Time

+5:00

Asia/Thimbu

BTT

Bhutan Time

+6:00

Asia/Ashkhabad

TMT

Turkmenistan Time

+5:00

Asia/Yekaterinburg

YEKST

Yekaterinburg Summer Time

+6:00

Asia/Kamchatka

PETST

Kamchatka Summer Time

+12:00

Asia/Macau

CST

Chinsa Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Oral

ORAT

ORAT

+5:00

Asia/Ashgabat

TMT

Turkmenistan Time

+5:00

Asia/Novosibirsk

NOVST

Novosibirsk Summer Time

+7:00

Asia/Thimphu

BTT

Bhutan Time

+6:00

Asia/Ulan_Bator

IRKST

Irkutsk Summer Time

+9:00

Asia/Nicosia

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Phnom_Penh

ICT

Indochina Time

+7:00

Asia/Irkutsk

IRKST

Irkutsk Summer Time

+9:00

Asia/Urumqi

CST

Chinsa Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Kuching

MYT

Malaysia Time

+8:00

Asia/Kolkata

IST

India Standard Time

+5:30

Asia/Vladivostok

VLAST

Vladivostok Summer Time

+11:00

Asia/Dacca

BST

Bangladesh Standard Time

+6:00

Asia/Baku

AZST

Azerbaijan Summer Time

+5:00

Asia/Tashkent

UZT

Uzbekistan Time

+5:00

Asia/Rangoon

MMT

Myanmar Time

+6:30

Asia/Dushanbe

TJT

Tajikistan Time

+5:00

Asia/Hong_Kong

HKT

Hong Kong Time

+8:00

Asia/Magadan

MAGST

Magadan Summer Time

+12:00

Asia/Krasnoyarsk

KRAST

Krasnoyarsk Summer Time

+8:00

Asia/Katmandu

NPT

Nepal Time

+5:45

Asia/Gaza

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Brunei

BNT

Brunei Darussalam Time

+8:00

Asia/Pyongyang

KST

Korea Standard Time

+9:00

Asia/Colombo

IST

India Standard Time

+5:30

Asia/Choibalsan

ULAT

Ulaanbaatar Time

+8:00

Asia/Bishkek

KGT

Kyrgyzstan Time

+6:00

Asia/Baghdad

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Tehran

IRDT

Iran Daylight Time

+4:30

Asia/Chongqing

CST

China Standard Time

+8:00

Asia/Tbilisi

GET

Georgia Standard Time

+4:00

Asia/Amman

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Ujung_Pandang

WITA

Central Indonesian Time

+8:00

Asia/Riyadh

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Pontianak

WIB

Western Indonesian Time

+7:00

Asia/Muscat

GST

Gulf Standard Time

+4:00

Asia/Sakhalin

SAST

South Africa Standard Time

+10:00

Asia/Beirut

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+2:00

Asia/Qatar

AST

Arabia Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Ulaanbaatar

ULAT

Ulaanbaatar Time

+8:00

Asia/Kathmandu

NPT

Nepal Time

+5:45

Asia/Almaty

ALMT

Alma-Ata Time

+6:00

Asia/Riyadh87

AST

Arab Standard Time

+3:00

Asia/Jayapura

WIT

Eastern Indonesian Time

+9:00

PRC

MST

Mountain Standard Time

-7:00

Japan

JST

Japan Standard Time

+9:00

Antarctica/DumontDUrville

DDUT

Dumont-d`Urville Time

+10:00

Antarctica/Palmer

NZST

New Zealand Standard Time

+12:00

Antarctica/Mawson

MAWT

Mawson Time

+5:00

Antarctica/Vostok

VOST

Vostok Time

+6:00

Antarctica/Casey

CAST

Casey Time

+8:00

Antarctica/Syowa

SYOT

Syowa Time Time Zone

+3:00

Antarctica/McMurdo

NZST

New Zealand Standard Time

+12:00

Antarctica/Rothera

ROTT

Rothera Time

-3:00

Antarctica/Davis

DAVT

Davis Time

+7:00

Antarctica/South_Pole

NZST

New Zealand Standard Time

+12:00

Pacific/Tarawa

GILT

Gilbert Island Time

+12:00

Pacific/Gambier

GAMT

Gambier Time

+9:00

Pacific/Port_Moresby

PGT

Papua New Guinea Time

+10:00

Pacific/Kiritimati

LINT

Line Islands Time

+14:00

Pacific/Nauru

NRT

Nauru Time Zone

+12:00

Pacific/Rarotonga

CKT

Cook Island Time

-10:00

Pacific/Galapagos

GALT

Galapagos Time

-6:00

Pacific/Yap

YAPT

Yap Time

+10:00

Pacific/Wake

WAKT

Wake Iland Time Zone

+12:00

Pacific/Auckland

NZST

New Zealand Standard Time

+12:00

Pacific/Samoa

SST

Samoa Standard Time

-11:00

Pacific/Apia

WST

West Samoa Time

-11:00

Pacific/Majuro

MHT

Marshall Islands Time

+12:00

Pacific/Efate

VUT

Vanuata Time

+11:00

Pacific/Guam

ChST

Chamorro Standard Time

+10:00

Pacific/Chatham

CHAST

Chatham Island Standard Time

+12:45

Pacific/Honolulu

HAST

Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time

-10:00

Pacific/Pago_Pago

SST

Samoa Standard Time

-11:00

Pacific/Kwajalein

MHT

Marshall Islands Time

+12:00

Pacific/Wallis

WFT

Wallis and Futuna Time

+12:00

Pacific/Norfolk

NFT

Norfolk Time

+11:30

Pacific/Niue

NUT

Niue Time

-11:00

Pacific/Kosrae

KOST

Kosrae Standard Time

+11:00

Pacific/Pitcairn

PST

Pitcairn Standard Time

-8:00

Pacific/Midway

SST

Samoa Standard Time

-11:00

Pacific/Funafuti

TVT

Tuvalu Time

+12:00

Pacific/Saipan

ChST

Chamorro Standard Time

+10:00

Pacific/Marquesas

MART

Marquesas Time

-9:30

Pacific/Tongatapu

TOST

Tongatapu Standard Time

+13:00

Pacific/Easter

EAST

Easter Island Standard Time

-6:00

Pacific/Noumea

NCT

New Caledonia Time

+11:00

Pacific/Ponape

PONT

Pohnpei Standard Time

+11:00

Pacific/Guadalcanal

SBT

Solomon Island Time

+11:00

Pacific/Fakaofo

TKT

Tokelau Time

-10:00

Pacific/Tahiti

TAHT

Tahiti Time

-10:00

Pacific/Palau

PWT

Palau Time

+9:00

Pacific/Johnston

HDT

Hawaiian Daylight Time

-9:30

Pacific/Enderbury

PHOT

Phoenix Island Time

+13:00

Pacific/Fiji

FJT

Fiji Time

+12:00

Pacific/Truk

TRUT

Truk Time

+10:00

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Universal Time

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British Summer Time

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Peru Time

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Fernando de Noronha Time

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Venezuelan Standard Time

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Columbia Time

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Uruguay Time

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Argentina Time

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Argentina Time

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Maldives Time

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Mauritius Time

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Cocos Islands Time

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East Africa Time

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Christmas Island Time

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French Southern and Antartic Time

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Marshall Islands Time

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Kuybyshev Time

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Greenwich Mean Time

+0:00

Africa/Bujumbura

CAT

Central Africa Time

+2:00

Africa/Gaborone

CAT

Central Africa Time

+2:00

Africa/Kigali

CAT

Central Africa Time

+2:00

Africa/Casablanca

WEST

Western European Summer Time

+2:00

Iran/Tehran

IRDT

Iran Daylight Time

+4:30

Iran/Tehran

IRST

Iran Standard Time

+3:30

Europe/Berlin

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Simferopol

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Andorra

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Samara

KUYT

Kuybyshev Time

+4:00

Europe/Dublin

IST

Irish Standard Time

+1:00

Europe/Guernsey

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Riga

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Monaco

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Tirana

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/San Marino

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Istanbul

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Athens

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Zurich

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Belgrade

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Sarajevo

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Tallinn

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Podgorica

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Bratislava

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Jersey

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Isle_of_Man

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Copenhagen

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Volgograd

MSD

Moscow Daylight Time

+4:00

Europe/Gibraltar

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Vatican

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Belfast

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Brussels

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Amsterdam

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Bucharest

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Helsinki

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/London

BST

British Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Moscow

MSD

Moscow Daylight Time

+4:00

Europe/Madrid

CET

Central European Time

+1:00

Europe/Budapest

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Vaduz

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Prague

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Luxembourg

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Vienna

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Rome

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00

Europe/Mariehamn

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Nicosia

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Lisbon

WEST

Western European Summer Time

+1:00

Europe/Kiev

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Sofia

EEST

Eastern European Summer Time

+3:00

Europe/Malta

CEST

Central European Summer Time

+2:00


Operating System Upgrade

While installing Cisco Prime LMS 4.2, the installation process checks for required patches. You must install:

Any missing required patches, recommended patches, and cluster patches on Solaris systems.

Required service packs on Windows systems.

For a list of prerequisites, see Chapter 2 of Installing and Migrating to Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2 at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/install/guide/
install.html

If Cisco Prime does not operate properly after you install all necessary patches or service packs, check the permissions in the directory install-directory\objects\dmgt\ready. Local administrators group and casusers group must have full access.

If the permissions are incorrect, stop the Daemon Manager, change the permissions, and start the Daemon Manager again.


Caution If LMS is running without the required service packs or patches, it will not function properly.

Cross Platform Data Migration Support

Cross platform data migration in Linux does not support restoration of 32-bit backup from any platforms supported by LMS to 64-bit Linux machine.

Server and Client Requirements

For information on server and client requirements for the system and browser, see Chapter 2 of Installing and Migrating to Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2 at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/install/guide/
install.html

Bugs

This section explains:

Using Bug Toolkit

Open Bugs for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Resolved Bugs in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Using Bug Toolkit

In CiscoWorks LMS 4.0 and later, use the Bug ToolKit to view the list of outstanding and resolved bugs in a release. This section explains how to use the Bug ToolKit through the following subsections:

Search Bugs

Export to Spreadsheet

Search Bugs

This section explains how to use the Bug ToolKit to search for a specific bug or to search for all the bugs in a specified release.


Step 1 Go to http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl.

You will be prompted to log into Cisco.com. After you login, the Bug Toolkit page opens.

Step 2 Click Launch Bug Toolkit.

Step 3 To search for a specific bug, enter the bug ID in the Search for Bug ID field and click Go in the Search Bugs tab.

To search for all the bugs in a specified release, enter the following search criteria in the Search Bugs tab:

Select Product Category—Select Network Management and Automation.

Select Products—Select CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution 4.0 and later from the list.

Software Version—Select 4.2 to view the list of outstanding and resolved bugs in
Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2.

Search for Keyword(s)—Separate search phrases with boolean expressions (AND, NOT, OR) to search within the bug title and details.

Advanced Options—You can either perform a search using the default search criteria or define custom criteria for an advanced search. To customize the advanced search, select Use custom settings for severity, status, and others and provide the following information:

Severity—Select the severity level.

Status—Select Open, Fixed, or Terminated.

Select Open to view all the open bugs. To filter the open bugs, clear the Open checkbox and select the appropriate sub-options that appear below the Open checkbox. The sub-options are New, Held, More, Open, Waiting, Assigned, Forwarded, Postponed, Submitted, and Information Required. For example, if you want to view only new bugs in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2, select New.

Select Fixed to view fixed bugs. To filter fixed bugs, clear the Fixed checkbox and select the appropriate sub-options that appear below the fixed checkbox. The sub-options are Resolved or Verified.

Select Terminated to view terminated bugs. To filter terminated bugs, clear the Terminated checkbox and select the appropriate sub-options that appear below the terminated checkbox. The sub-options are Closed, Junked, and Unreproducible. Select multiple options as required.

Advanced—Select the Show only bugs containing bug details checkbox to view only those bugs that contain detailed information, such as symptoms and workarounds.

Modified Date—Select this option if you want to filter bugs based on the date on which the bugs were last modified.

Results Displayed Per Page—Select the appropriate option from the list to restrict the number of results that appear per page.

Step 4 Click Search. The Bug Toolkit displays the list of bugs based on the specified search criteria.


Export to Spreadsheet

The Bug ToolKit provides the following options to export bugs to a spreadsheet:

Click Export All to Spreadsheet link in the Search Results page under the Search Bugs tab. Specify file name and folder name to save the spreadsheet. All the bugs retrieved by the search will be exported.

Click Export All to Spreadsheet link in the My Notifications tab. Specify file name and folder name to save the spreadsheet. All the saved bugs in all the groups will be exported.

If you are unable to export the spreadsheet, log into the Technical Support Website at
http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/support/index.html for more information or call Cisco TAC (1-800-553-2447).

Open Bugs for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

The open bugs describe possible unexpected behavior in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2 release. These bugs may also be open in previous releases.

Refer Using Bug Toolkit for querying and searching bug details.

This section contains:

Open Bugs Related to Administration in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Configuration in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Dashboard and Portlets in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Installation in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Monitoring and Troubleshooting in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to UII in LMS 4.2

Open Bugs Related to Administration in LMS 4.2

Table 2 lists the open bugs related to Administration in LMS 4.2.

Table 2 Open Bugs Related to Administration in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCts55260

Some issues occurred during the execution of CARS CLI command.

CARS-CLI Commands are not working as expected.

This issue occurs when executing the some of the CARS-CLI commands.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx08080

"Password Recovery" option is not working in Virtual Appliance.

"Password Recovery" option is not working as expected.

When the ISO image is mounted and the option "Recover administrator password" is chosen for password recovery, an error message"Failed to mount drive partition" appears instead of the password recovery window.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtz24562

In some Soft Appliance platform, startup of DbEngines and responding to connections is consuming more time.

DbEngine startup and responding to connections is taking a long time. But other syslog logging from devices and Daemons Manager, which uses local0, has no issues.

Workaround:

Change "-s local0" to "-s none" in the dmgtd.conf file for the DB engine processes and restart the daemons.


Open Bugs Related to Configuration in LMS 4.2

Table 3 lists the open bugs related to Configuration in LMS 4.2.

Table 3 Open Bugs Related to Configuration in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtw86891

In Profile Execution Report page, SNMP strings are shown as clear text.

When fixing the violations in Profile Execution Report page, SNMP strings are shown as clear text.

This occurs under the following condition:

1. Select the rule "check writeable string are not configured in a device" when you create a rule for the selected policy.

2. Configure SNMP Write in device, and then run compliance check job.

3. When you view the "violation with fix", SNMP strings are shown as clear text.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx19732

No details are displayed for CAAM Jobs in Admin Job Browser.

Admin job browser for jobs related to CAAM display "No details" Pop-up when you click the job IDs.

Workaround:

See the job details in the respective Job Browser.

CSCtx26377

Helpdesk Users are unable to access or view CAAM Report.

Users with Helpdesk role are not able to access or view the CAAM Reports because Report view permissions are not given for Helpdesk users.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtg35678

Ports are not filtered in Identity configuration flow.

If you select any port group in Identity configuration flow, all ports including VLAN links ports are also listed.

Workaround:

Create a port group that do not have these ports or excludes these ports during job creation.

CSCti16034

Image distribution through SCP failed in Mixedstack.

This occurs when you try image distribution through SCP protocol.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtj59461

The associated ports for a particular Identity mode are not sorted in logical order.

In the Identity work center enable and edit flow, the sorting of ports are not in the logical order.

The Port selection is not working properly after it is sorted. If you sort and select the first item in the grid, it takes the first item that was there before sorting.

Workaround:

Select the devices and port without sorting.

CSCts52554

Port Groups are not shown for Network Operator and User-defined role

This issue occurs in the Template Center Port and Module flow, and Netconfig flow under the following condition:

1. Create a User-defined role or a Network Operator role by selecting the View, Create, Configure, Deploy, or Import and Adhoc Configuration-Template Center tasks.

2. Login to LMS as a Network Operator role or a User-defined role.

3. In the Template Center deploy Port and Module flow and in the Net Config Port and Module flow, the port selector port groups and module selector module groups are not displayed.

Workaround:

In the Template Center Port and Module flow and NetConfig Port and Module flow, login into LMS as a user other than network operator or newly created user, the group selector groups are displayed.

CSCtt46555

Issue with Global commands in Module-based templates.

The following issues are identified:

When you create a module-based template and import the template, the same global commands are displayed multiple times in the preview CLI window during job scheduling.
This issues occurs in the Template Center Module-based template. If the capable device has multiple modules, the preview CLI displays the global commands multiple times.

For Module based global parameters, syntax is not validated.

Workaround:

You must ensure that the correct value is entered as mentioned in the Global Parameter page.

CSCtu21015

NME module device is not able to fetch the result of the ShComplnceReportCmndset commandset.

When you select the NME module device and "Show Compliance Report Commands Info" commandset, and click on the Next button, the following pop-up message appears:
"NS0036: None of the device(s) have applicable commands."

This issue is specific to Module devices only.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtu10003

"Bridge: Base Bridge Address" attribute operators need to be enhanced.

In the Inventory Custom Template, the Bridge: Base Bridge Address and System :OSI Layer Service attributes need to be enhanced for the "contains","startswith","endswith" operators under the following conditions:

The validation present for the attribute Bridge: Base Bridge Address in rule creation, does not allow to enter partial value. If you try to create a rule with the operator, "startswith" and the value, 00:0b, it will not be accepted as a valid input.

For the System: OSI Layer Service attribute, the "contains", "startswith", and "endswith" operators need to be enhanced as comma-separated attribute values.

If rule is provides as System: OSI Layer Service startswith Datalink, the only device that has 'Datalink' service alone is filtered. The device that has any other service supported along with 'Datalink' is not getting displayed in report.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtu26759

In Inventory Custom Template, report generation failed during some scenarios.

A blank screen is displayed in the report when you create an Inventory custom template with the following attributes:

Device Type: Category attribute.

Create a rule with Bridge attributes or with Memory pool set to "Lowest free block or System: Management Type".

Workaround:

None.

CSCtv10861

Issue with combination of new and old attributes in Inventory Custom Template.

When you create an Inventory Custom Template using the attributes, such as Bridge and Memory: size, the report that is generated does not filter the records based on the rules mentioned in the custom template:

Workaround:

None.

CSCtv11780

Failed to generate report with System: Management Type attribute.

An error message "Report could not found" is displayed when you generate a report using:

System: Management Type in the Report Attributes column, and

any other attributes, such as Location from System Inventory Group in the Rules for Attributes column.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw69740

Issue with SGA Core template deployment.

SGA core template deployment fails for the device of type 6506 switch.

The SGA core template has the CLI command, "cts sxp connection peer <<peer ip>> source <<Source ip>> password required cisco mode speaker". For this template during the deploy flow, the device of type 6506 switch is filtered in the device selector. But the device does not have the above CLI command. So the deploy job fails.

The connection password option in the SGA core template CLI is "required". But in the device of type 6506 switch, only "default and not required" option is available.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw92725

In CAAM, enhancement is required for Terminal Access policy.

For the rule "Check for incoming connections" in Terminal Access policy, it checks for both Telnet and SSH separately and data is displayed is displayed as failed for both Telnet and SSH in all CAAM reports. If either Telnet or SSH passes, the data is not displayed as passed in the report. Only the failed result is displayed, which can cause confusion. Hence, enhancement is required so that the successful results are also displayed in all CAAM reports for Terminal Access policy.

This issue occurs when the user launches any report that has Terminal Access rules.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx34710

In CAAM, Inventory, Config, and Show commands need to be collected while synchronization.

After the data synchronization is completed, the synched up devices are added to CAAM database without the device details such as inventory, configuration, and show commands.

This issue occurs after CAAM server is synched with LMS.

Workaround:

Collect the inventory, configuration, and show commands details and update the CAAM database manually.

CSCtx52176

Issue with contract reports when contract file is not imported.

If device contract summary and module contract summary reports are generated without importing a contract file, the error message, "contract file is not imported" does not appear.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtu29692

Ipv6 devices are not supported for CAAM features.

In the current version, IPv6 support is not provided for the CAAM compliance data collection feature.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtu33149

Purge functionality must be implemented for CAAM Jobs.

Purge functionality for CAAM feature jobs are not available.

Workaround:

User has to manually delete the jobs from the job browser.

CSCtx18996

In CAAM feature, job approval needs to be implemented.

Job approval needs to be implemented for jobs related to CAAM features.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtu09665

Issue when adding attributes for Bridge, System, MemPool group in Inventory Custom Report.

AND rule association displays N/A for unmatched rules, for the following attributes:

System: Management Type

Memory Pool: Lowest Free Block (MB)

Bridge: Base Bridge Address, Number of ports, and Bridge type.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw58985

General enhancements are required for CAAM Report generation.

The following enhancements are required for CAAM report generation:

Before you generate a report, check the CAAM Server status. If the server is down, the message must appear as a pop-up instead of displaying a report page.

When there are no records for immediate report, a pop-up must appear instead of generating a new page with no records.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw59013

Enhancements are required for CAAM Report formatting.

The following report formatting enhancements must be completed:

When the report data is large, the report page must be blurred and the processing icon must be displayed.

For reports with Multi-rows-for-device attribute is set as true, we need to provide a drop-down list box option so that when user selects the device from the drop-down list box, the section pertaining to the data for that device is displayed.

For the device summary displayed in each report, if the number of devices without data is large, the text "Devices without report data" appears in the centre. This text must appear at the top of the report.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw61686

Enhancements required in CAAM feature.

The following enhancements are required in CAAM feature:

Entire page is refreshed after you Save or do a Save As. The entire page must not be refreshed.

Interface Group pop-up error message must be displayed as part of (i) Icon.

A confirmation message must appear when a user navigates to other Policy Groups without saving the current policy.

Filter feature does not work for both Policy Groups and policies object selector.

System-defined group description is missing.

These issues occur when a user tries to create a Policy Group.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw58384

In the Profile Execution Report, separate columns are required for fixable and nonfixable violation count.

We must have separate columns in violation grid, which will list the count of fixable violation and nonfixable violation. This helps the user to know that both the violations exist.

This issue occurs under the following conditions:

1. Schedule a compliance job for policy profile.

2. Launch the profile execution report after the job is completed successfully.

3. The policies grid in the report page must have extra column that display the count of fixable and non fixable violations.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx57088

There are dynamic UI validation issues in CAAM Policy Group.

The following issues are identified:

Validation fails for some policies when the user moves from one policy to another or when a policy is saved.

When the validation fails, the error message appears but the radio button selection moves to the next selection.

In some rare scenarios, the radio button selection moves to the next policy even if the rules present in the dynamic UI are invalid or out of range.

In HTTP policy, the out of range message appears inconsistently along with a yellow color highlighted text box. This needs to be tracked through xwt forum.

Workaround:

None. This issue is inconsistent. The yellow color appearing is the behavior of the widget.

CSCtt34316

Report generated is not satisfying the rules in Inventory Custom Template.

Create an Inventory Custom Template using the attributes from different inventory groups for rule and report. When you generate a report using this template, the data is not filtered across the inventory groups.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtl76351

'More' command is seen in the latest archived running configuration for GSS device.

'More' command is seen in the latest archived running configuration for the GSS device.

This occurs after you configure the GSS device with terminal width as 10, schedule a configuration fetch job, and successful completion of the job.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtq53879

Cache issue in Template Center Port related template on Preview CLI command.

This issue occurs under the following condition:

1. Go to Configuration > Tools > Template Center > Deploy.

2. Select two ports and navigate to the preview CLI pane.

3. Go back to the Template Center deploy page and select one more port.

4. Navigate to the preview CLI pane. CLI commands are generated only for the first selected two ports.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtr10934

Pick list for software versions must include IOS information for the ASR.

Currently, when viewing the pick list for software images, the ASR line only shows the IOS XE version information versus the resulting IOS Release information.

Workaround:

Research the IOS XE to IOS version information to select the correct software update path.

CSCti77485

Software update page link is missing in Remote Syslog Analyzer and Collector (RSAC) server.

Link for software update page is missing in the RSAC server.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw64274

Cross platform migration: Configuration archives are not restored if Custom archive location is used.

Custom archives are not restored when you choose the LMS installed drive as the archive drive. For example, if you install LMS in custom drive and after restore, you collect archives in the custom path, archives are not restored in LINUX server.

Note You can install LMS in D drive and collect archives in C drive or any other drive (if exists) other than the D drive in which LMS is installed.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw51607

Device under NAT environment is not collected in EnergyWise

The device maintained under NAT environment and managed with public IP is shown in all the technology workcenter except EnergyWise. In LMS, EnergyWise needs subnet details of a device, which is done through MIB polling. Hence, if the device is managed with NATed IP address then EnergyWise collection fails.

Workaround:

None.


Open Bugs Related to Dashboard and Portlets in LMS 4.2

Table 4 lists the open bugs related to Dashboards and Portlets in LMS 4.2.

Table 4 Open Bugs Related to Dashboard and Portlets in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtw76726

Undeployed portlet is available in 32SP public dashboard that is migrated from 32SP migration.

Undeployed portlet is available in the public dashboard- 32SP, which is getting migrated from LMS 32SP.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw56101

Identity DB name is retained for restore backup of LMS 401.

Identity DB name is retained for restore backup of LMS 401.

Workaround:

None.


Open Bugs Related to Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services in LMS 4.2

Table 5 lists the open bugs related to Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services in LMS 4.2.

Table 5 Open Bugs Related to Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtx37339

Default Credential set not working for cluster updated devices.

Default Credential set is not applied for updated cluster devices from discovery. Select cluster module in custom discovery settings and select default credential set option and run discovery.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx50661

Unable to stop the running discovery instance error message in discovery.

When the running discovery instance is stopped inconsistently the following error message appears:
"unable to stop the running discovery instance"

The discovery instance is stopped. No issues due to this pop-up message.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw81578

GS page is in loading state for more than 15 minutes in the inline server.

Unable to open the Getting started page in the inline upgrade server. It takes more than 20 minutes to load the GS page.

This issue occurs when the inline upgrade servers get the psu thread blocked in the tomcat thread.

Workaround:

None.


Open Bugs Related to Installation in LMS 4.2

Table 6 lists the open bugs related to Installation in LMS 4.2.

Table 6 Open Bugs Related to Installation in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCty42710

While upgarding LMS 4.1 to LMS 4.2 , CiscoView old packages get uninstalled and only left with the device packages that are new/changed in LMS 4.2

CiscoView does not launch for most of the devices . while upgrading LMS 4.1 to LMS 4.2.

Workaround:

Stop daemons.

Copy all device packages from NMSROOT\www\classpath\com\cisco\nm\xms\psu\pkgs\cvw to NMSROOT\MDC\tomcat\webapps\CVng\WEB-INF\classes\com\cisco\nm\cvw.

Start daemons.


Open Bugs Related to Monitoring and Troubleshooting in LMS 4.2

Table 7 lists the open bugs related to Monitoring and Troubleshooting in LMS 4.2.

Table 7 Open Bugs Related to Monitoring and Troubleshooting in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtx34228

Identity needs to be changed as TrustSec in technology details portlet.

TrustSec is displayed as identity in troubleshooting technology details portlet.

This issue occurs when you launch the troubleshooting reports for the identity enabled device.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx34369

TrustSec status values to be changed accordingly in technology details.

TrustSec status values are not displayed properly.

This issue occurs when you launch the troubleshooting reports for the TrustSec enabled device.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtw52350

Fault customized groups are lost after editing as private.

Customized groups are missing under Fault device group administration page.

When you edit a customized group under fault device group management page, mark the visibility scope as private, and complete the edit flow, the edited customized group is not displayed under the tree.

Workaround:

DFM DB's (dfmInv, dfmEpm, dfmFh) has to be reinitialized to get back the customizable groups. However, the previously edited changes will not reflect.

CSCtn68202

Issue in hum when entPhysicalDescr names are same for different instance.

When you try to poll for EnergyWise port power usage and CPU utilization templates, the poller screen displays the same instance names. In live graph and histograph, the portlets display HTTP 500 error.

This issue occurs when the entPhysicalDescr name is same for many instances.

Workaround:

None.

CSCua14145

IPSLA Monitoring graph will not be displayed correctly in IE8.

Under Monitor > Performance Settings > IPSLA > Collectors when choosing the collector and click on monitor, the graph will be displayed, but when scrolling the graph will not be displayed correctly.

Workaround:

You can use Firefox 8.


Open Bugs Related to Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking in LMS 4.2

Table 8 lists the open bugs related to Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking in LMS 4.2.

Table 8 Open Bugs Related to Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtx11751

Issue in Dual IPV6 Configuration device.

IPv6 details are not shown in IPv6 addresses list in Topology.

This issue is specific to 4500 device. It does not return any value for the mib cIpAddressEntry.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtl96069

Cloud color is not updated when Topology receives an add event.

Cloud color is not updated when add event is received by topology. When you add a device to LMS, either using Device Management (DCR) or using groups, the corresponding user-defined groups do not appear in the Topology. Moreover, the color of the group is incorrect.

Workaround:

Restart the Topology.

CSCtn42049

Deleted user-defined groups do not get deleted from Topology Services.

The Topology cloud does not change to red if any device in this group goes down. Also, if the device is unmanaged in UDM, the Topology cloud does not change to green.

This issue occurs under the following condition:

1. Create a user-defined group.

2. Delete the user-defined group.

3. Create a new user-defined group.

4. Launch the Topology Services. You can view the deleted user-defined group in the Topology cloud.

Workaround:

None.


Open Bugs Related to UII in LMS 4.2

Table 9 lists the open bugs related to UII in LMS 4.2.

Table 9 Open Bugs Related to UII in LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Summary
Explanation

CSCtu19996

Stop Custom Discovery button is missing in GS.

In the Getting Started > Device addition page, in Step 3: Add Devices, for the Summary tab, after the discovery is started, the Start discovery button is not changing to Stop discovery.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx11799

Exception on Admin > Getting Started > Device Management > Device Addition.

Exception occurs inconsistently.

Workaround:

None.

CSCtx21602

The Delete option is missing for the job in Software and Device update in GS.

In the Admin > Getting Started > Software and Device Update page, Delete option is missing for the Software and Device Update jobs.

Workaround:

Go to Admin > System > Software Center > Scheduled Job Details page and delete the jobs.

CSCtx75981

Default Backup Directory must be empty in GS for fresh install.

In the Admin > Getting Started > System Settings page, the following issues are identified:

Default backup directory is not empty in GS for fresh install.

Wrong field is displayed for daily backup schedule.

Configuring system settings with improper backup directory, displays an error message. Message confirming that the rest of the settings are saved, does not appear.

Mail settings do not validate SMTP server in the Systems Settings page.

Workaround:

None.


Resolved Bugs in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Table 10 contains the bugs resolved in LMS 4.2.

Refer Using Bug Toolkit for querying and searching bug details.

Table 10 Bugs Resolved in Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 

Identifier
Headline

Administration

CSCtu15535

Unable to add the SMTP servicemen when SMTP is working.

CSCtu00804

Errors during.ova deployment.

CSCtr50453

RAM Value needs to be hard reserved for all set of SKU in OVA deployment.

CSCtq64619

Entering shell with short password displays wrong error message.

CSCtw65668

Local hosts file entry causes unexpected side effects.

CSCtq53583

Default credential set doesn't validate the data by clicking the Next button.

CSCtt26201

No updates in daemons.log for more than 3 days.

CSCtw49793

ESS server created Out of Memory.

CSCtx14294

ActiveMQ thread going to parked state.

CSCto08276

HTTP 503 error in the LMS41 Solaris Endurance server.

CSCth20366

In 5K SKU, job browser, "Daemon manager not responding" status appears.

CSCts75806

System Requirements fails, showing '-' value in available space for 2 TB.

CSCts81263

Issues found in CSCtr18162 Apache Patch 2.2.17.

CSCts82530

Incorrect time zone in GMT Casablanca time zone on Windows 2008.

CSCts95764

Tomcat vulnerability CVE-2011-3190 in 5.5.x.

CSCtt25225

LMS 3.2.1 Http error 500.

CSCtu18693

CS - HTTP response splitting in autoliogin.jsp.

CSCtu93448

Serviceability: PSU not showing proper dependency package information.

CSCtv14636

SNMP RO showing as filed in Troubleshooting work flow.

CSCty05610

DNS resolution for syslog messages to be disabled by default in LMS OVFs.

Backup Restore

CSCtq04407

Backup got failed in the Solaris 5k server.

CSCtu15729

backup-restore and hostnamechange.pl should change LOCALHOST property.

Configuration

CSCts11531

Syslog messages may not seen reports or the event monitor.

CSCts13593

Inventory collection fails due to Version API code.

CSCtr78398

SWIM Purge job shows failed if there are no jobs available to purge.

CSCts07181

WLC Inventory Collection will not collect Image should be documented.

CSCtx04460

Netconfig CONFIG_CDL1031 error.

CSCtr08200

Upgrade Analysis is not showing hyperlink for 3560-CG.

CSCts66783

RME 4.3.1 Lanbase in Software Repository Download unavailable.

CSCsl34066

Contract Connection doesn't work with high number of "device types"

CSCtr11975

Scheduled Inventory Collection Purge Jobs are not working.

CSCtr55870

Interactive commands may fail on an ASA firewall.

CSCts07203

Energywise job is failing for 4K devices.

CSCtr92919

Energywise collection information is not available in online help.

CSCsz66704

RME should support other protocols for vlan.dat transfer.

CSCtr87633

Config Templates do not support saving the running config to startup.

CSCtr59770

LMS 3.2 RME Compliance Report PDF format issues.

CSCts41862

LMS3.2/RME4.3 Change Audit Report error references nonexistent director.

CSCtr25369

RME Change Audit Usernames, Host Names and Conn Modes may be incorrect.

CSCts30411

Bug Toolkit is sending wrong URL to CCO.

CSCtw91086

ConfigUtilityService runs out of memory due to WebUI files in tar images.

CSCtw63761

Scheduled reports are not available from the GUI under report archives.

CSCtx38716

TimeZone.lst should include all the timezones in the file.

CSCtr92933

Custom location shouldn't allow CSCOpx folder.

CSCts24745

VPN device password is printed in log as plain text.

CSCts42721

LMS 4.0.1 Baseline Compliance Report csv export is wrong.

CSCtx02219

EOS/ EOL hardware report doesn't identify all supervisors.

CSCsr12119

Not all devices have a list of config exclude commands.

CSCtw63794

Scheduled Severity Level Summary Report takes hours to complete.

CSCtr63016

Read-only database views contain sensitive information.

CSCtt26380

LMS 4.1 portal device status counters for Inventory/Archive inconsistent.

CSCtw57101

Chassis model name is not displayed in the DDR report.

CSCsz48654

RME does not track serial number for ports.

CSCtw60064

LMS 4.1: not able to copy current running image to LMS software reposit.

CSCtv98691

Configuration of LWA feature via LMS fails.

CSCtw99987

"no dot1x system-auth-control" should not be part of disable identity.

CSCti16034

In LMS 4.0, image distribution through SCP failed in Mixedstack.

CSCtx95454

SWIM image upgrade fails for 2960 device.

Discovery, Device Management and Grouping Services

CSCts72706

PSU Device Update not working in LMS 4.1.

CSCtq67391

Default Credential set is not applied for updated devices from discovery.

Installation

CSCtt96317

LMS 4.1 install removes inherited rights when settings ACLs on CSCOpx.

CSCtq31470

Issue in vendor & version type in Linux installation.

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

CSCto47054

Issue in Energywise monitoring when the secrets are changed for a domain.

CSCtq56640

Issue in if description in live and histograph it portlets.

CSCtr00200

Issues in FM and EM page.

CSCtr21972

Inconsistency in LMS 4.0 snmpv3 password length.

CSCts23868

Name Service Monitor process is not working correctly in Win 5K.

Network Topology, Layer 2 Services and User Tracking

CSCtf51757

Add the ability to configure a voice (aux) VLAN on a port.

CSCtr51668

Tracking Acquisition Settings Define Rogue MAC table overflow.

CSCtr67151

CM 5.2.2 - Highlight color for links in Topology is not auto refreshed.

CSCtt26311

Campus discrepancy report link duplex auto detect vs full duplex.

CSCtu16487

Campus Docs should reflect that UT custom layouts are defined per user.

CSCtu16598

UT: quick end host report hits error with special char in phone number.


Product Documentation

Table 11 describes the product documentation that is available.

Table 11 Product Documentation 

Document Title
Available Formats

Release Notes for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2 (this document)

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/
release/notes/lms42rel.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Context-sensitive online help

Select an option from the navigation tree, then click Help.

Administration of Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2 (this document)

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt
/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/admin/admin.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Getting Started with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/getting_started/lms42_getstart_guide.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Configuration Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/configuration/config.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/lms_monitor/lms_mnt.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Inventory Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/inventory/inventory.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Technology Work Centers in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/
net_mgmt/ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/guide/workcenters/wcug.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Reports Management with Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/user/
guide/reports/lms42_reports_guide.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Installing and Migrating to Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/install/
guide/install.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Navigation Guide for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/
Navigation/Guide/lms42_nav_guide.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Open Database Schema Support in Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/
database_schema/dbviews_42.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Supported Devices Table for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

On Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/
ciscoworks_lan_management_solution/4.2/
device_support/table/lms42sdt.html

PDF version part of Cisco Prime LMS 4.2 Product DVD.

Documentation Roadmap for Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution 4.2

Printed document part of Software kit



Note We sometimes update the printed and electronic documentation after original publication. Therefore, you should also review the documentation on Cisco.com for any updates.


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This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/).

This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).

This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).

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This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).

The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.

This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are adhered to. The following conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).

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