Table Of Contents
Release Notes for
Cisco IP Solution Center, 4.1.2
June 27, 2007
All documentation, including this Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 4.1.2 document and any or all of the parts of the Release 4.1 documentation set: http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1 and Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 4.1.1 (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps4748/prod_release_note09186a00806ae8ea.
html), might be upgraded.
Cisco IP Solution Center software is referred to as ISC.
This document gives you an overview of this maintenance release and helps you understand what has changed since ISC 4.1.1. Please read this document prior to reading any other manual for ISC.
The information in this document is organized into the following sections:
Cisco IP Solution Center (ISC) 4.1.2 is a maintenance release for ISC 4.1, which includes Cisco MPLS Diagnostics Expert (MDE) 1.0.2. The system recommendations for ISC 4.1.2 are based on those for ISC 4.1.1. To see these system recommendations, go to the "System Recommendations" section.
URLs for base information about ISC 4.1 and an overview and suggested reading order of these documents is given in Cisco IP Solution Center Getting Started and Documentation Guide, 4.1. (http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1/docguide/index.htm)
Customer-found problems that were found in ISC 4.1.1 and fixed in this maintenance release are documented in the "Problems Fixed in ISC 4.1.2" section. Some of the problems resulted in product enhancements and behavioral changes. The changes are highlighted in the "New and Changed Information in ISC 4.1.2" section.
Steps for installing ISC 4.1.2 are found in the "Installation Notes" section, and other important information is found in the "Important Notes" section. For problems that were found and might still exist in ISC 4.1.2, see the URL in the "Known Problems in ISC 4.1.2" section.
The system recommendations and requirements are listed in Chapter 1, "System Recommendations" of Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1 http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1/install/index.htm.
The recommendation is to thoroughly review this information before even planning your installation, to be sure you have all the hardware and software you must successfully install.
Due to the additional support of Solaris 10 in ISC 4.1.2, the section ISC Server Solaris Configuration in Chapter 1, "System Recommendations" of Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1 remains valid and the additional information for Solaris 10 is specified in ISC Server Solaris Configuration for Solaris 10 Support in this document.
Network devices supported in ISC 4.1.2 are listed with the tested IOS release in the section, Network Devices and Related Software Supported in this document.
ISC Server Solaris Configuration for Solaris 10 Support
This section is in addition to the section ISC Server Solaris Configuration for Solaris 8 support in Chapter 1, "System Recommendations" of Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1.
Solaris 10 with recommended patches of at least 118822-25 for the kernel level of the patch cluster and JDK 1.4.2_08 patches are found at: http://sunsolve.sun.com. As a minimum, you must get your system up to the 118822-25 Kernel patch level. For installation instructions, see the README file which is at the same location as the patch bundle.
Note When you install Solaris 10, be sure to choose either the Developer Solaris Support Group or the Entire Solaris Software Group. Do not choose the End User System software group. The Developer System Support and Entire Distribution software groups contain the software required for a correct operating system installation (such as the SUNWbtool and SUNWsprot packages).
Caution Make sure that the file descriptor limit is not set in the ISC workstation login shell file (which can be the .login file, the .cshrc file, the . profile file, or the .kshrc file). If the login shell file contains a line with the ulimit -n command (for example, "
ulimit -n <number>"), comment out this command line in the file. Log out and then log back in to ensure that the ulimit is no longer set.
ISC cannot override the file descriptor limitation setting in the login shell file. If the value is set incorrectly, ISC might experience operational problems.
Network Devices and Related Software Supported
Table 2, "Network Devices and Related Software Supported with ISC 4.1.2," in this document replaces Table 1-3 in Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1 (http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1/install/bookinst.pdf)
and Table 1 in Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 4.1.1 (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps4748/prod_release_note09186a00806ae8ea.
This new table gives all the current information listed alphabetically, beginning with the application name.
Problems Fixed in ISC 4.1.2
New and Changed Information in ISC 4.1.2
The following are enhancement and changed behavior topics for this ISC Release 4.1.2 (listed alphabetically):
Cisco ME 6524 Ethernet Switch Supported by L2VPN and Metro Ethernet Services
For L2VPN and Metro Ethernet, the Cisco ME 6524 Ethernet Switch is only supported as a PE-AGG and U-PE, not as an N-PE.
Ethernet QoS Support for Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches
Ethernet QoS now supports the Per Port Per VLAN (PPPV) feature on the Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches on Cisco IOS 12.2(25) SEG, acting as a U-PE. Due to the platform limitation, this PPPV feature on the Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches is applicable for Ethernet Relay Service (ERS) and Ethernet Relay Multi-point Service (ERMS) only. For Ethernet Private Line (Ethernet Wire Service (EWS) and Ethernet Multi-point Service (EMS)) the QoS policy is per port only.
The ISC Service Policy screen (Service Design > Policies) includes a set of predefined Ethernet QoS policies. For ERS and ERMS, the predefined policies are 3400-COS and 3400-DSCP. For EWS and EMS, the predefined policy is 3400-EWS. These are provided so you can copy these for your use or use these as a base and modify some of the attribute values for your use.
L2VPN Access to MPLS for Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches and Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series Switches
This release now supports Layer 2 access into MPLS for the Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches and Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series Switches. Specifically, for the Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches, the shared virtual local-area network (VLAN) function, the User-Network Interface (UNI), and the secure Media Access Control (MAC) address limit range are now fully supported. And for the Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series Switches, the non-negotiate option was added for the link speed for the PE-AGG and U-PE UNI.
L2VPN EWS Hybrid Support
Previously, the only Layer2 VPN support for Ethernet Wire Service (EWS) was from EWS to EWS. For this release, support is also from EWS to Network to Network Interface (NNI) as a trunk port. To create this new type of Service Request, you need to create an EWS hybrid policy by unchecking the standard UNI flag. When using the EWS hybrid policy for Service Request creation, for the EWS side of the connection, check the standard UNI flag, for the NNI side of the connection, the standard UNI flag must remain unchecked.
Ethernet QoS is also available for EWS hybrid for the Cisco ME 3400 Series Ethernet Access Switches and the Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series Switches.
ME QoS Policy Support on SVIs, Interfaces, and Subinterfaces on the Cisco 6500 Series and Cisco 7600 Series Routers Acting as a U-PE and N-PE
In compliance with Broadband Model 4A for Cisco 6500 Series or Cisco 7600 Series Routers acting as a U-PE and N-PE, generated Metro Ethernet (ME) QoS policies can be attached to the actual Layer 3 interface or subinterface. To do this, navigate Service Design > Policies > L2VPN Policy and in the L2VPN (Point To Point) Policy Editor window, uncheck the N-PE pseudo-wire on SVI check box.
Previously in ISC, the ME QoS policy was always attached to the Software Virtual Interface (SVI).
MFR Support for MPLS
Previous versions of ISC included Layer 2 support of Multi-link Frame Relay (MFR). In this release, ISC now supports the MFR as a virtual interface during MPLS VPN provisioning.
Solaris 10 Supported
In this ISC 4.1.2 release, Solaris 10 is supported in addition to Solaris 8. Details are provided in ISC Server Solaris Configuration for Solaris 10 Support.
This section contains the following information:
ISC 4.1.2 supports upgrading from ISC 3.2.2, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.1, or 4.1.1, after ISC 4.1 is installed.
If you have an existing VPNSC 1.x or 2.x repository, you must migrate it to be able to use it with ISC 4.1. Get the migration package, including the documentation that lists limitations, from email@example.com.
You must have ISC 4.1 or 4.1 plus 4.1.1 installed before you download the software to upgrade to ISC 4.1.2 on the same server. Support for upgrading from 1SC 3.2.2, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 4.0, or 4.0.1 to 4.1 is explained in Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1.
Note If you are upgrading from an ISC release prior to ISC 4.1 and have an external Oracle database, you must upgrade your database to Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.1.0 - 64bit Production
with the Partitioning, OLAP, and Data Mining options.
Then follow these steps:
Step 1 Before upgrading to this Maintenance Release, complete the discovery workflow. Otherwise, when you upgrade these previously initiated discovery workflows, the data discovered during that process might be lost.
Step 2 Before proceeding to install the ISC 4.1.2 Maintenance Release, be sure to back up your repository, as explained in Appendix C of Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1 http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1/install/index.htm
Note If you need to revert to your prior version of ISC, this backed up repository is the one you need to point to after uninstalling ISC 4.1.2. When you uninstall ISC 4.1.2, you do not remove modifications made to the repository in Step 11. Any Service Requests provisioned under ISC 4.1.2 will then need to be reprovisioned.
Step 3 Go to http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/isc (where, in tablebuild.pl, the last character is the lower-case letter "l") to retrieve the ISC 4.1.2 Maintenance Release (isc-4.1.2-maint.tar.gz) and the database schema upgrade package (ISC412_UpgradeTool.tar.gz).
Note Patches that use ISC 4.1.2 as the base will also be located at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/isc
Step 4 Prior to installing the ISC 4.1.2 Maintenance Release, verify that you have 100 MB of free space in the $ISC_HOME directory and that you are logged in with the same username as the owner of your supported version of ISC.
Step 5 Navigate to a directory other than $ISC_HOME.
Step 6 Use the following command to untar and unzip the appropriate isc-4.1.2-maint.tar.gz file:
gunzip -c isc-4.1.2-maint.tar.gz | tar xf -
Step 7 If ISC is running, use the following command to stop the database, name server, and WatchDog on the machine on which it is running:
Step 8 If you are running on ISC 3.2.2,184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 4.0, or 4.0.1, install ISC 4.1, as documented in Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1.
Note Prior to installing ISC 4.1, if you are moving a repository from one machine to another, the schema upgrade fails unless the repository has been initialized on the new machine. This requires that you successfully run initdb.sh on the repository to update the host entry.
Thus, when you are upgrading from an ISC version prior to ISC 4.0.1, you must have a running ISC installation on your new machine that is the same version as that on your old machine so that initdb.sh can be used to initialize your repository with the correct hostname.
Step 9 Use the following command to run the patch installation script:
b. To accept the default value for a prompt indicated in [ ], for example, [n] or [y], press Enter. To terminate the installer at any time, press Ctrl-C. Specifically you will be asked to enter a new path or press Enter for the default [/opt/isc-4.1].
c. At the end of the installation, you will receive a message that the patch installation is complete.
Step 10 Use the following command on the ISC server to untar and unzip the database schema upgrade package:
gunzip -c ISC412_UpgradeTool.tar.gz | tar xf -
The directory ISC412_UpgradeTool is created. Before you proceed, read the README file that is located in this directory.
Step 11 Use the following commands on the ISC server to use the upgrade tool:
./upgradeISCSchema.sh <full path of ISC_HOME>
The log messages are printed on the window and written in the log file contained in the log directory under the directory ISC412_UpgradeTool.
Step 12 If you choose to uninstall this patch after successfully installing, follow the steps in the "Uninstall" section.
Note For all Cisco 7600 Series Routers, you must do a config collection to synchronize the Service Requests in the repository. This is needed because ISC changed the way it detects Cisco 7600 Series Routers hardware information.
To uninstall the ISC 4.1.2 Maintenance Release that was successfully installed by following the steps in the "Upgrade Paths" section, follow these steps:
Step 1 Log in with the same username as the owner of ISC.
Step 2 If ISC 4.1.2 is running, use the following command to stop the database, name server, and WatchDog on the machine on which it is running:
Step 3 Navigate to the directory $ISC_HOME/patch/isc18.104.22.168-patch, where all the files replaced by the ISC 4.1.2 Maintenance Release were stored.
Step 4 Use the following command to run the patch script to uninstall:
b. To accept the default value for a prompt indicated in [ ], for example, [n] or [y], press Enter. To terminate the installer at any time, press Ctrl-C.
c. At the end of the uninstall, you will receive a message that the patch rollback is complete.
Step 5 Restore the repository that you backed up in Step 2 of the "Upgrade Paths" section, as explained in Appendix C of Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 4.1 http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/isc/4_1/install/index.htm
Note When you uninstall ISC 4.1.2, you do not remove modifications made to the repository. Any Service Requests provisioned under ISC 4.1.2 will then need to be reprovisioned.
1. All ISC patches are available at: http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/isc
2. The supported Sybase and Oracle databases behave differently. All GUI queries are case-insensitive for Sybase and case-sensitive for Oracle.
3. ISC does not work with pop-up blockers in a web browser. If you have pop-up blockers installed, disable them.
4. When using an external Oracle database, the embedded Sybase database is still automatically launched for SLA support.
5. For all APIs, the Service Request name is unique and therefore, each Create Service Request API call needs to maintain this uniqueness.
Known Problems in ISC 4.1.2
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The results display bug ID and title, found-in version, fixed-in version, and status. The bug ID is a hyperlink to detailed information for the bug ID's product, component, severity, first found-in, and release notes.
The results could be displayed in a feature matrix or spreadsheet.
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For S1 or S2 service requests, or if you do not have Internet access, contact the Cisco TAC by telephone. (S1 or S2 service requests are those in which your production network is down or severely degraded.) Cisco engineers are assigned immediately to S1 and S2 service requests to help keep your business operations running smoothly.
To open a service request by telephone, use one of the following numbers:
Asia-Pacific: +61 2 8446 7411
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EMEA: +32 2 704 55 55
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For a complete list of Cisco TAC contacts, go to this URL:
Definitions of Service Request Severity
To ensure that all service requests are reported in a standard format, Cisco has established severity definitions.
Severity 1 (S1)—An existing network is "down" or there is a critical impact to your business operations. You and Cisco will commit all necessary resources around the clock to resolve the situation.
Severity 2 (S2)—Operation of an existing network is severely degraded, or significant aspects of your business operations are negatively affected by inadequate performance of Cisco products. You and Cisco will commit full-time resources during normal business hours to resolve the situation.
Severity 3 (S3)—Operational performance of the network is impaired while most business operations remain functional. You and Cisco will commit resources during normal business hours to restore service to satisfactory levels.
Severity 4 (S4)—You require information or assistance with Cisco product capabilities, installation, or configuration. There is little or no effect on your business operations.
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