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Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1

Contents

Introduction

System Recommendations

New Device and Platform Support

New and Changed Information for ISC 6.0.1

Common Infrastructure New Features

New Template Variables Support in ISC 6.0.1

Changed Behavior for Negate Templates and Data Files

L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet New Features

Encapsulation Commands on ATM Interface

Timer and Cell Packing Commands on ATM Interface

Link Media Attribute

Default Encapsulation Supported for FlexUNI/EVC Services

Outer VLAN Ranges

MPLS/L3VPN New Features

L3VPN Interface Encapsulation Configuration

Support for the VRF Label Command When Using the Static Routing Protocol

L3VPN service requests goes to Failed Audit state for IOS XR 3.9.0 under load conditions

Access Ring Termination on Two Different N-PEs

Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1

Installation Notes

Version Supported

Upgrade Paths

Common Installation Steps

ISC 6.0.1 Patch Installation

Upgrade Repository to ISC 6.0.1

Uninstall

Known Caveats in Cisco IP Solution Center 6.0.1

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines


Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1


Cisco IP Solution Center (ISC) 6.0.1 is a maintenance release that additionally has new features to be added to ISC 6.0.

All documentation, including this Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1 document and any or all parts of the ISC 6.0 and 6.0.1 documentation sets, might be upgraded over time. Therefore, we recommend you access the ISC 6.0 and ISC 6.0.1 documentation sets at: http://www.cisco.com/go/isc. You can also navigate to this documentation set by clicking Help on the Home Page of the ISC product. The "Related Documentation" section gives the URL for the most current version of each manual to be used with ISC 6.0.1.

The information in this Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1 document gives you an overview of this release and helps you understand what has changed since ISC 6.0. Please read this document prior to reading any other manual for ISC.

Contents

The information in this document is organized into the following sections:

Introduction

System Recommendations

New and Changed Information for ISC 6.0.1

Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1

Installation Notes

Known Caveats in Cisco IP Solution Center 6.0.1

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

Introduction

ISC 6.0.1 has new functionality added and changed since ISC 6.0 (see the "New and Changed Information for ISC 6.0.1" section) and fixes to problems (see the "Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1" section).

The system recommendations for ISC 6.0.1 (see the "System Recommendations" section) are based on those for ISC 6.0. The new devices and platforms supported in addition to those supported in ISC 6.0 are listed in the "New and Changed Information for ISC 6.0.1" section.

Steps for installing ISC 6.0.1 are found in the "Installation Notes" section and other important information is found in the "Known Caveats in Cisco IP Solution Center 6.0.1" section. For problems that were found and might still exist in ISC 6.0.1, see the URL in the "Known Caveats in Cisco IP Solution Center 6.0.1" section.

URLs for base information about ISC 6.0.1 and an overview and suggested reading order of these documents is given in the Cisco IP Solution Center Getting Started and Documentation Guide, 6.0 (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/roadmap/docguide.html).

The ISC 6.0.1 documentation set includes ISC 6.0 documents and updated information for ISC 6.0.1 found in this Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1. The entire documentation set is available in the "Related Documentation" section.

System Recommendations

The system recommendations and requirements are listed in Chapter 1, "System Recommendations" of the Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0. This chapter also includes the network devices and related software supported with ISC 6.0.

The recommendation is to thoroughly review this list before even planning your installation, to be sure you have all the hardware and software needed for a successful installation.

Additionally, the new devices and platforms supported are explained in the "New Device and Platform Support" section.

New Device and Platform Support

New supported devices and platforms are as follows:

Table 1 Platform Certification Added in ISC 6.0.1 

Platform
IOS/XR Target
L3
L2
TE
MDE

CISCO 3925

15.0(1)M1

Yes

(NPE, MVRFCE)

not supported in ISC

Yes

Yes

CISCO 1921

15.0(1)M4

Yes

(NPE, MVRFCE)

not supported in ISC

Yes

Yes

ME3600X-24FS, ME3600X-24TS-M,
ME3800X-24FS

12.2(52)EY

Yes

(NPE, MVRFCE, UPE, PE-AGG)

Yes

(NPE, UPE, PE-AGG) For NPE

Only FlexUNI supported (Pseudowire and Local Connect)

Yes

Yes

CISCO 7600

15.0(1)S

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

Yes

Yes

ASR1k

CISCO IOS-XE-3.1

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

VPLS not supported

Yes

Yes

CISCO 12K GSR

CISCO IOS-XR 4.0.1

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

Yes

Yes

CRS-1

CISCO IOS-XR 4.0.1

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

Yes

Yes

CISCO ASR9K

CISCO IOS-XR 4.0.1

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

Yes

Yes

CRS-3

CISCO IOS-XR 4.0.1

Yes (PE)

Yes (PE)

Yes*

Yes*

* 20x10GBE and 1x100GBE support added.


Table 2 Platform Certification Added in ISC 5.2.2.1 

Platform
IOS/XR Target
L3
L2
TE
MDE

CGR-2010

15.1(1)T

Yes

(NPE, MVRFCE)

not supported in ISC

Yes

Yes

CISCO 2911

15.1(1)T

Yes

(NPE, MVRFCE)

not supported in ISC

Yes

Yes

IE-3000

12.2(50)SE2

Yes

(UPE)

Yes

(UPE)

not supported in ISC

not supported in ISC

CGS-2520-24T

12.2(0.0.95)EX

Yes

(UPE)

Yes

(UPE)

not supported in ISC

not supported in ISC


Table 3 Platform Certification Added in ISC 6.0.0.4

Platform
IOS/XR Target
L3
L2
TE
MDE

CISCO 12K GSR

CISCO IOS-XR 3.9.2

Yes

(PE)

Yes

(PE)

Yes

Yes

CSR-1

CISCO IOS-XR 3.9.2

Yes

(PE)

Yes

(PE)

Yes

Yes

CISCO ASR9K

CISCO IOS-XR 3.9.2

Yes

(PE)

Yes

(PE)

Yes

Yes


New and Changed Information for ISC 6.0.1

This section lists the new and changed functionality that was added or updated since ISC 6.0 to this ISC 6.0.1 release. The problems fixed are listed in the "Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1" section, and the new device and platforms supported are listed in the "New Device and Platform Support" section.

The categories in this section are:

Common Infrastructure New Features

L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet New Features

MPLS/L3VPN New Features

Common Infrastructure New Features

All common infrastructure features are explained in the Cisco IP Solution Center Infrastructure Reference, 6.0.

The following infrastructure enhancements were added in ISC 6.0.1:

New Template Variables Support in ISC 6.0.1

Changed Behavior for Negate Templates and Data Files

New Template Variables Support in ISC 6.0.1

In addition to the previously supported template variables, found in Chapter 6, Service Design, of the Cisco IP Solution Center Infrastructure Reference, 6.0, new attributes introduced in this release are also supported as template variables. Discussion of these are found in sections of this release note covering new features for this release.

Table 4 MPLS Template Variables Added in ISC 6.0.1

Template Variable Name
Value Returned

$ADVR_ROUTES_VRF_LABEL

VRF label value of the advertised static route for IPv4 address family

$ADVR_ROUTES_VRF_LABEL_IPV6

VRF label value of the advertised static route for IPv6 address family


Changed Behavior for Negate Templates and Data Files

When a service request is decommissioned, or a link within a service request is removed, or a template association is removed or a template is disabled, if that template has a negate template, the negate template will be applied.

If the negate template has no valid data file, either because there is no data file under the negate template with the same name as that of the main template or there is no data file at all, an error is raised during service request deployment. Previously ISC in such cases raised no errors and acted as if the negate template was not present.

If there is a single data file for the negate template with a name that does not match that of the data file, then deployment will fail with errors and the service request will be moved to the INVALID state. Previously that data file would have been selected, even though its name did not match.

In case of multiple data files, only data files with names that match negate template names are chosen .

L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet New Features

This release includes the following three FlexUNI/EVC features:

Encapsulation Commands on ATM Interface

Timer and Cell Packing Commands on ATM Interface

Link Media Attribute

Default Encapsulation Supported for FlexUNI/EVC Services

Outer VLAN Ranges

Encapsulation Commands on ATM Interface

Support for Transport Mode type VC is added in this release for IOS XR to support encapsulation commands.

The Transport Mode type VC has been added in the Link Attributes window under Service Requests. By selecting VC mode, the VCI, VPI and VCD options are shown along in the encapsulation options. When the encapsulation type is set to non editable in the policy, it will not be displayed in the Service Requests window. Only the encapsulation options supported by the IOS XR device version will be displayed here.

Sample CLI Configlet (no PseudoWire class selected)


interface ATM0/2/0/0.100 point-to-point
 pvc 200/300
  encapsulation aal5snap
 !
!
l2vpn
 xconnect group ISC
  p2p cl-test-l2-12404-2--111
   interface ATM0/2/0/0.100
   neighbor 192.169.105.60 pw-id 111
   !
  !
 !
!
end

Sample XML Configlet (no PseudoWire class selected)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Request MajorVersion="1" MinorVersion="0">
  <Set>
    <Configuration Source="CurrentConfig">
      <InterfaceConfigurationTable>
        <InterfaceConfiguration>
          <Naming>
            <InterfaceName>ATM0/2/0/0.100</InterfaceName>
            <Active>act</Active>
          </Naming>
          <InterfaceModeNonPhysical>PointToPoint</InterfaceModeNonPhysical>
          <ATM>
            <PVCTable>
              <PVC>
                <Naming>
                  <VPI>200</VPI>
                  <VCI>300</VCI>
                  <PVCType>Data</PVCType>
                </Naming>
                <Enable>true</Enable>
                <Encapsulation>SNAP</Encapsulation>
              </PVC>
            </PVCTable>
          </ATM>
        </InterfaceConfiguration>
      </InterfaceConfigurationTable>
      <L2VPN>
        <Database>
          <XConnectGroupTable>
            <XConnectGroup>
              <Naming>
                <Name>ISC</Name>
              </Naming>
              <Enable>true</Enable>
              <P2PXConnectTable>
                <P2PXConnect>
                  <Naming>
                    <Name>cl-test-l2-12404-2--111</Name>
                  </Naming>
                  <Enable>true</Enable>
                  <AttachmentCircuitTable>
                    <AttachmentCircuit>
                      <Naming>
                        <Name>ATM0/2/0/0.100</Name>
                      </Naming>
                      <Enable>true</Enable>
                    </AttachmentCircuit>
                  </AttachmentCircuitTable>
                  <PseudowireTable>
                    <Pseudowire>
                      <Naming>
                        <Neighbor>192.169.105.60</Neighbor>
                        <PseudowireID>111</PseudowireID>
                      </Naming>
                      <Enable>true</Enable>
                    </Pseudowire>
                  </PseudowireTable>
                </P2PXConnect>
              </P2PXConnectTable>
            </XConnectGroup>
          </XConnectGroupTable>
        </Database>
      </L2VPN>
    </Configuration>
  </Set>
  <Commit/>
</Request>

NBI Support for L2VPN Policy

Below are three XML examples for the the new encapsulation type support for L2VPN policy.

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5SNAP:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5SNAP</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
 </item>

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5NLPID:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5NLPID</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
          </item>

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5MUX:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5MUX</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
          </item>

NBI Support for L2VPN Service Requests

Below are three XML examples for the the new encapsulation type support for L2VPN service requests.

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5SNAP:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5SNAP</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
 </item>

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5NLPID:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5NLPID</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
          </item>

XML example for encapsulation type option AAL5MUX:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Encap</name>
              <value xsi:type="xsd:string">AAL5MUX</value>
                <qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
          <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          </qualifier>
          </item>

Protocol and Sequencing Commands

To support protocol and sequencing commands in ISC, two new attributes, Protocol and Sequencing, have been added to the PseudoWire class.

The Protocol attribute has a single option, LDP, and Sequencing has three options BOTH, TRANSMIT and RECEIVE.

The options are displayed in the Create PseudoWireClass window.

When an L2VPN service request (with transport mode type VC) is deployed with a PseudoWireClass selected, the two new commands will be added under the l2vpn group name command.

Sample CLI Configlets (with PseudoWire class selected)


interface ATM0/2/0/0.100 point-to-point
 pvc 200/300
  encapsulation aal5snap
 !
!
l2vpn
 pw-class pw1
   encapsulation mpls
    protocol ldp
    transport-mode ethernet
    sequencing both
   !
  !
 xconnect group ISC
  p2p cl-test-l2-12404-2--111
   interface ATM0/2/0/0.100
   neighbor 192.169.105.60 pw-id 111
   !
  !
 !
!
end

Sample XML Configlet (with PseudoWire class selected)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Request MajorVersion="1" MinorVersion="0">
  <Set>
    <Configuration Source="CurrentConfig">
      <InterfaceConfigurationTable>
        <InterfaceConfiguration>
          <Naming>
            <InterfaceName>ATM0/2/0/0.100</InterfaceName>
            <Active>act</Active>
          </Naming>
          <InterfaceModeNonPhysical>PointToPoint</InterfaceModeNonPhysical>
          <ATM>
            <PVCTable>
              <PVC>
                <Naming>
                  <VPI>200</VPI>
                  <VCI>300</VCI>
                  <PVCType>Data</PVCType>
                </Naming>
                <Enable>true</Enable>
                <Encapsulation>SNAP</Encapsulation>
              </PVC>
            </PVCTable>
          </ATM>
        </InterfaceConfiguration>
      </InterfaceConfigurationTable>
      <L2VPN>
        <Database>
         <PseudowireClassTable>
		<PseudowireClass>
		<Naming>
		<Name>pw</Name> 
		</Naming>
		<Enable>true</Enable> 
		<MPLSEncapsulation>
	    	    <Enable>true</Enable> 
	          <SignalingProtocol>LDP</SignalingProtocol> 
		    <TransportMode>Ethernet</TransportMode>
	          <Sequencing>
	           <Sequencing>Both</Sequencing> 
	          </Sequencing>
	      </MPLSEncapsulation>
	      </PseudowireClass>
          </PseudowireClassTable>
          <XConnectGroupTable>
            <XConnectGroup>
              <Naming>
                <Name>ISC</Name>
              </Naming>
              <Enable>true</Enable>
              <P2PXConnectTable>
                <P2PXConnect>
                  <Naming>
                    <Name>cl-test-l2-12404-2--111</Name>
                  </Naming>
                  <Enable>true</Enable>
                  <AttachmentCircuitTable>
                    <AttachmentCircuit>
                      <Naming>
                        <Name>ATM0/2/0/0.100</Name>
                      </Naming>
                      <Enable>true</Enable>
                    </AttachmentCircuit>
                  </AttachmentCircuitTable>
                  <PseudowireTable>
                    <Pseudowire>
                      <Naming>
                        <Neighbor>192.169.105.60</Neighbor>
                        <PseudowireID>111</PseudowireID>
                      </Naming>
                      <Enable>true</Enable>
                    </Pseudowire>
                  </PseudowireTable>
                </P2PXConnect>
              </P2PXConnectTable>
            </XConnectGroup>
          </XConnectGroupTable>
        </Database>
      </L2VPN>
    </Configuration>
  </Set>
  <Commit/>
</Request>

Timer and Cell Packing Commands on ATM Interface

Support has been added for the Timer and Cell Packing commands for L2VPN service requests when Transport Mode type PORT is selected.

Five new attributes has been added to the Link Attributes page under L2VPN service requests.

Three attributes, Timer1, Timer2, and Timer3 are used to add timer values. The permissible range of values for the three is 50 to 4095.

Two attributes, Maximum no. of cells to be packed and Cell packing timer, have been added for cell-packing.

This is supported only for N-PE as a UNI device.

If you do not select the Show MCPT timers and Show cellpacking options, the Timer and Cell Packing commands will not be deployed as part of the service request.

Sample CLI Configlet (without PseudoWire class selected)


interface ATM0/2/0/0
atm mcpt-timers 102 202 302
l2transport
 cell-packing 12 2
 !
!
l2vpn
 xconnect group ISC
  p2p cl-test-l2-12404-2--111
   interface ATM0/2/0/0
   neighbor 192.169.105.60 pw-id 111
   !
  !
 !
!
end

Sample XML Configlet (without PseudoWire class selected)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Request MajorVersion="1" MinorVersion="0">
<Set>
  <Configuration Source="CurrentConfig">
  <InterfaceConfigurationTable>
   <InterfaceConfiguration>
   <Naming>
    <InterfaceName>ATM0/2/0/0</InterfaceName>
    <Active>act</Active>
   </Naming>
   <L2Transport>
    <Enabled>true</Enabled>
   </L2Transport>
   <ATM>
    <MaximumCellPackingTimers>
      <CellPackingTimer1>102</CellPackingTimer1>
      <CellPackingTimer2>202</CellPackingTimer2>
      <CellPackingTimer3>302</CellPackingTimer3>
      </MaximumCellPackingTimers>
   </ATM>
   <L2Transport>
   <ATMPortModeParameters>
     <CellPacking>
      <MaximumCellsPacked>12</MaximumCellsPacked>
      <CellPackingTimerID>2</CellPackingTimerID>
    </CellPacking>
   </ATMPortModeParameters>
   <Enabled>true</Enabled>
  </L2Transport>
 </InterfaceConfiguration>
</InterfaceConfigurationTable>
<L2VPN>
  <Database>
   <XConnectGroupTable>
    <XConnectGroup>
     <Naming>
      <Name>ISC</Name>
     </Naming>
     <Enable>true</Enable>
     <P2PXConnectTable>
      <P2PXConnect>
      <Naming>
       <Name>cl-test-l2-12404-2--111</Name>
      </Naming>
      <Enable>true</Enable>
  <AttachmentCircuitTable>
   <AttachmentCircuit>
    <Naming>
    <Name>ATM0/2/0/0</Name>
   </Naming>
   <Enable>true</Enable>
  </AttachmentCircuit>
</AttachmentCircuitTable>
<PseudowireTable>
  <Pseudowire>
   <Naming>
    <Neighbor>192.169.105.60</Neighbor>
     <PseudowireID>111</PseudowireID>
   </Naming>
   <Enable>true</Enable>
 </Pseudowire>
</PseudowireTable>
</P2PXConnect>
</P2PXConnectTable>
</XConnectGroup>
</XConnectGroupTable>
</Database>
</L2VPN>
</Configuration>
</Set>
<Commit/>
</Request>

NBI

MCPT timers:


<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
   <name xsi:type="xsd:string">USE_TIMERS</name>
   <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
     </item>
<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
<name xsi:type="xsd:string">TIMER1</name>
       <value xsi:type="xsd:string">100</value>
</item>
<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
   <name xsi:type="xsd:string">TIMER2</name>
   <value xsi:type="xsd:string">200</value>
</item>
<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
  <name xsi:type="xsd:string">TIMER3</name>
  <value xsi:type="xsd:string">300</value>
</item>

Cell-packing:


	<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">USE_CELL_PACKING</name>
         <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
      </item>
      <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">MAX_CELLS</name>
         <value xsi:type="xsd:string">64</value>
      </item>
      <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
         <name xsi:type="xsd:string">TIMER</name>
         <value xsi:type="xsd:string">1</value>
      </item>

Link Media Attribute

A new attribute Link Media has been introduced for the FlexUNI/EVC service to support the provision of media type in the UNI interface. This will be supported for all three service types (PW, Local, and VPLS).

This will be supported from both the GUI and the NBI.

Note that this attribute is only supported for the ME-3400-CS platform.

Where two ports correspond to one interface in the configuration and the two ports have different media types (one optical SFP (not sjp) the other copper rj45), it needs to be specified which port type will be used when the interface is configured.

The following values are supported for the media type attribute.

None

auto-select

rj45

sjp

None is the default value for the new attribute, though no configlets will be generated for the selection None. Choose this option in case of any routers or switches where there is a 1 to 1 mapping of interfaces to ports and the media type is not selected.

GUI

The new Link Media drop-down field under Speed and Duplex Information has been updated in the following windows:

EVC Policy Editor

Standard UNI Details

NBI

A new attribute has been added to support the Media Type feature:

NBI Attribute Name: Uni_Media

Values: None, auto-select, rj45, and sjp

Sample Configlet

In the following configlet, the interface is configured with the Media Type value rj45.

!
interface FastEthernet1/0/24
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1192
 switchport mode trunk 
 no keepalive 
 media-type rj45 
 speed 1000
 duplex full
!

Default Encapsulation Supported for FlexUNI/EVC Services

EVC has a provision to configure the default value for the encapsulation type. In the earlier implementation of ISC there was a limitation and the encapsulation type could only be DOT1Q.

To provide the default option for encapsulation type to the Standard UNI Details window, the label has been replaced with a drop-down field with the options DOT1Q and Default. The Default value is a catch-all that represents everything that is not matched by any other service instance on the port.

This applies only when the customer connects directly to the 7600 interface.

GUI and NBI Support

Both GUI and NBI support is provided for this enhancement. No new attribute is added for this command. The existing attribute EncapsulationType supports can still be used with the DEFAULT value.

Sample Configlet

The following configlet configures the Default attribute.

!
interface GigabitEthernet7/0/17
service instance 845 ethernet
encapsulation default
bridge-domain 556
!

Outer VLAN Ranges

The following are the changes done to incorporate the range values for Outer VLAN ID. The functionality is provided from both the GUI and the NBI.

Policy

A new option, Outer VLAN Ranges, is added as part of the FlexUNI/EVC attributes window (the EVC Policy Editor window).

This option is used to specify that the Outer VLAN ID can contain range values. To enable that option, the corresponding check box has to be selected by the user.

In the EVC Policy Editor window, the Outer VLAN Ranges option which was enabled by selecting the check box is available.

Service Request

This functionality is also provided from both the GUI and the NBI.

GUI Changes

The Outer VLAN Ranges option has been added in the service requests area to provide range values for Outer VLAN ID.

The Outer VLAN ID can be provided with the range values specified in the FlexUNI(EVC) Details window or it can be provided with normal integer values within the range.

The Match Inner and Outer Tags option will not be disabled here. The value of Match Inner and Outer Tags depends on the Both Tags value from the policy.

NBI Changes

The new NBI attribute added to provide range values for VLAN is OUTER_VLAN_RANGES.

The following values can be provided:

true—to enable OUTER_VLAN_RANGES

false—to disable OUTER_VLAN_RANGES

Sample Configlets

In the following, the range provided is 2000-2010.

Configuration generated on NPE:

!
interface GigabitEthernet7/0/11
service instance 452 ethernet
encapsulation dot1q 2000-2010
bridge-domain 342
!

Configuration generated on UPE:

!
Vlan 2000-2010
!
interface FastEthernet1/0/24
no spanning-tree bpdufilter enable
no ip address
switchport trunk allowed vlan add 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010
!
interface FastEthernet1/0/25
switchport trunk allowed vlan add 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010
!

MPLS/L3VPN New Features

The following MPLS/L3VPN features are supposed in this release:

L3VPN Interface Encapsulation Configuration

Support for the VRF Label Command When Using the Static Routing Protocol

L3VPN service requests goes to Failed Audit state for IOS XR 3.9.0 under load conditions

Access Ring Termination on Two Different N-PEs

L3VPN Interface Encapsulation Configuration

Support has been added for the following two encapsulation commands on ATM interfaces for IOS XR devices only. Aal5snap is already supported in ISC.

Aal5nlpid

Aal5mux ipv4

GUI

The following three encapsulation options appears in the Encapsulation drop-down box in the MPLS Policy Editor - Interface window:

AAL5MUX

AAL5NLPID

AAL5SNAP

NBI

Policy Creation

The following shows how these options are used in the NBI XML request for encapsulation when creating policies.

For the encapsulation type option AAL5NLPID:


<objectPath xsi:type="ns1:CIMObjectPath"> 
      <className xsi:type="xsd:string">ServiceDefinitionDetails</className>  
       <properties xsi:type="ns1:CIMPropertyList" 
                   soapenc:arrayType="ns1:CIMProperty[]">
   <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
      		<name xsi:type="xsd:string"> PE_Encap </name>
          	<value xsi:type="xsd:string"> AAL5NLPID </value>
          	<qualifier xsi:type="ns1:CIMQualifier">
                  <name xsi:type="xsd:string">editable</name>
                  <value xsi:type="xsd:string">true</value>
          	 </qualifier>
           </item>
          </properties>                 
</objectPath>

Service Request Creation

The following shows how these options are used in the NBI XML request for encapsulation when creating service requests.

.
          <objectPath xsi:type="ns1:CIMObjectPath">
                  <className xsi:type="xsd:string">LinkAttrs</className>
                  <properties xsi:type="ns1:CIMPropertyList"
                                       soapenc:arrayType="ns1:CIMProperty[]">
		<item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
              <name xsi:type="xsd:string"> PE_Encap </name>
                <value xsi:type="xsd:string"> AAL5NLPID </value>
             	  </item>
             </properties>                 
             </objectPath>

Sample configlet


interface ATM0/4/3/0.8877 point-to-point
 description ATM0/4/3/0.8877 atm pvc vpi=56 vci=766. By VPNSC: Job Id# = 132
 pvc 56/766
  encapsulation aal5snap
 vrf V13:aug27-vpn3
 ipv4 address 88.10.10.141 255.255.255.240
 ipv6 address 7345::6822/128

Support for the VRF Label Command When Using the Static Routing Protocol

The VRF Label command is now supported for three new Next Hop Option values for IOS XR devices only.

This feature is supported at the MPLS service request level. VRF Label command support is available for the PE_CE and PE_NO_CE "STATIC" routing protocol and can only be configured on a PE device.

GUI

A VRF Label column has been added under MPLS service requests in the Advertised Routes pop-up window (IPv4 and IPv6). As in the columns IP Address/Mask and Metric, the permissible range is specified (for VRF Label, 0-4294967295).

NBI

The following is an example of a NBI XML request for specifying the VRF label attribute for IPv4 and IPv6 services when creating service orders.


<objectPath xsi:type="ns1:CIMObjectPath">
                  <className xsi:type="xsd:string">LinkAttrs</className>
                  <properties xsi:type="ns1:CIMPropertyList"
                                       soapenc:arrayType="ns1:CIMProperty[]">
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Intf_Name</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">GigabitEthernet0/15/1/2</value>
                  </item>
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Vlan_ID</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">1154</value>
                  </item>
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">Auto_Assign_IP_Address</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">false</value>
                  </item>
                  
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">Autopick_Vlan_ID</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">false</value>
                  </item>
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Intf_Address</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">156.2.2.7/28</value>
                  </item >
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_Intf_Address_IPV6</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">678:34:47:59::/112</value>
                  </item>
                  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_CE_Routing_Protocol</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">STATIC</value>
                  </item>
                      <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">Static_Next_Hop_Option</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">OUTGOING_INTF_NAME</value>
                  </item>
                 <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">STATIC_VRF_LABEL</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">4294967295 </value>
                  </item>
                   <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">PE_CE_IPV6_Routing_Protocol</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">STATIC</value>
                  </item>
                   <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">Static_Next_Hop_Option_IPV6</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">OUTGOING_INTF_NAME</value>
                  </item>
                

         	
  <item xsi:type="ns1:CIMProperty">
                    <name xsi:type="xsd:string">STATIC_VRF_LABEL_IPV6</name>
                    <value xsi:type="xsd:string">0 </value>
                  </item>
                </properties>
              </objectPath>

Sample CLI configlet

router static
 vrf V13:aug27-vpn3
  address-family ipv4 unicast
   10.10.10.21/32 ATM0/4/3/0.8877 88.10.10.142 210 vrflabel 12222
  !
  address-family ipv6 unicast
   1234::345/128 ATM0/4/3/0.8877 222 vrflabel 111

Sample XML Configlet

<VRF>
            <Naming>
              <VRFName>V13:aug27-vpn3</VRFName>
            </Naming>
            <AddressFamily>
              <VRFIPV4>
                <VRFUnicast>
                  <VRFPrefixTable>
                    <VRFPrefix>
                      <Naming>
                        <Prefix>
                          <IPV4Address>10.10.10.21</IPV4Address>
                        </Prefix>
                        <PrefixLength>32</PrefixLength>
                      </Naming>
                      <VRFRoute>
                        <VRFNextHopTable>
                          <VRFNextHop>
                            <Naming>
                              <InterfaceName>ATM0/4/3/0.8877</InterfaceName>
                              <NextHopAddress>
                                <IPV4Address>88.10.10.142</IPV4Address>
                              </NextHopAddress>
                            </Naming>
                            <Metric>210</Metric>
                            <VRFLablel>12222</VRFLablel>
                          </VRFNextHop>
                        </VRFNextHopTable>
                      </VRFRoute>
                    </VRFPrefix>
                  </VRFPrefixTable>
                </VRFUnicast>
              </VRFIPV4>
            </AddressFamily>
            <AddressFamily>
              <VRFIPV6>
                <VRFUnicast>
                  <VRFPrefixTable>
                    <VRFPrefix>
                      <Naming>
                        <Prefix>
                          <IPV6Address>1234::345</IPV6Address>
                        </Prefix>
                        <PrefixLength>128</PrefixLength>
                      </Naming>
                      <VRFRoute>
                        <VRFNextHopTable>
                          <VRFNextHop>
                            <Naming>
                              <InterfaceName>ATM0/4/3/0.8877</InterfaceName>
                            </Naming>
                            <Metric>222</Metric>
                            <VRFLablel>111</VRFLablel>
                          </VRFNextHop>
                        </VRFNextHopTable>
                      </VRFRoute>
                    </VRFPrefix>
                  </VRFPrefixTable>
                </VRFUnicast>
              </VRFIPV6>
            </AddressFamily>

L3VPN service requests goes to Failed Audit state for IOS XR 3.9.0 under load conditions

While running the L3VPN performance test, some service requests will go to Failed Audit state due to incorrect device output. This issue occurs randomly under load conditions for IOS XR 3.9.0 but has not been seen in the IOS XR 3.8.1 version.


Note Using this command could cause increased memory consumption.


The following type of error message is produced for this error:

Audit Error on link ID 294868 at PE device: isc12012-11 [frame-relay interface-dlci: not 
found]
Audit Error on link ID 294868 at PE device: isc12012-11 [interface xxx: vrf 
V42073:vpn-23-s; not found]
Audit Error on link ID 294868 at PE device: isc12012-11 [interface xxx: ipv4 address 
190.10.3.133 255.255.255.252; not found]
Audit Error on link ID 294868 at PE device: isc12012-11 [shutdown: not found]

As a workaround, use the following CLI command to configure the iterator to a very large number (for example, 50,000 kilobytes) and issue your request query:

xml agent tty iteration on size 50000

RP/0/0/CPU0:enxr(config)#xml  agent tty  iteration on size 50000 
RP/0/0/CPU0:enxr(config)#commit Mon Sep  6 12:43:19.941 PDT RP/0/0/CPU0:Sep  6 
12:43:20.078 : config[68952]: %MGBL-CONFIG-6-DB_COMMIT :
Configuration committed by user 'UNKNOWN'. Use 'show configuration commit changes 
1000000008' to view the changes. 
RP/0/0/CPU0:enxr(config)#

Access Ring Termination on Two Different N-PEs

Network topologies supported for access ring termination on two different N-PEs are now supported for MPLS just like it is for L2VPN.

See the corresponding section Terminating an Access Ring on Two N-PEs in the Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0.

Usage Notes

The service is configured on both N-PEs of the access ring in the PE_NO_PE case. However, in the PE_CE case, the service request is configured on the primary N-PE of the access ring.

Though there are two different N-PEs, only one access link is consumed.

You can modify the configuration-redundant N-PEs before or after deploying the service request. Modified configlets will be generated according to the changes made in the service request.

The destined N-PE device on the NPC used in the service request is treated as the primary N-PE. The other N-PE on the same ring is treated as the secondary N-PE.

To change the primary N-PE, delete and recreate the NPC, provided the NPC is not associated with any service requests.
To change the secondary N-PE, you have to modify the secondary N-PE at the ring level.

During MPLS service request creation using the PE_NO_CE policy, the secondary NPE device can be configured through the second link. Separate link attributes such as VLAN ID, PE Interface Address/Mask, VPN and RD and others can be configured separately for both primary and secondary NPEs. This way you can manually add a different IP address on primary and secondary NPEs. UNI device information will be available only in the link of the primary NPE.

During MPLS service request creation using the PE-CE policy, only one MPLS VPN link would be created even though the selected NPC has two NPEs. Service can be associated only to the primary NPE, no additional link will be provided for the secondary NPE. Configlets will be generated and pushed to all the devices in the ring except the secondary NPE.

VPNs and VRF objects are supported for MPLS service requests using access ring termination on two N-PEs.

Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1

Customer-found problems that have been fixed in the ISC 6.0.1 release are indicated in Table 5. This includes ISC 5.2.2.1, 5.2.2.2, 5.2.2.3, 5.2.2.5, 5.2.2.6, 5.2.2.8, 6.0.0.1, 6.0.0.4, and 6.0.0.5.

Table 5 Customer-found Problems Fixed in ISC 6.0.1 

CDETS Number
Subject
Infrastructure
 

CSCtc91450

ISC 4.1.2.4: Service request filter error.

CSCtg74018

Meta.xml file contains attributes that cannot be queried.

CSCth25906

Cannot create a VPN as RBAC with L2 role.

CSCth25971

RBAC user needs to uncheck "default cerc" to create VPN for L2 service requests.

CSCtj33599

ISC allowing devices with same management IP.

GUI

 

CSCtf34377

ISC 5.0.4: Service request list and sorting with "Customer" is incorrect.

CSCsw32953

ISC Internal Error - Invalid timestamp format.

MPLS
 

CSCte40730

ISC does not support L3VPN access from L2VPN.

CSCti83440

Encapsulation and VRF label commands need to be supported in ISC.

CSCtj59387

VRF And RD Overwrite grayed out after the service request goes to deployed state.

CSCtd94241

Force Modify Shared Multipath Attributes option is not available.

CSCtd94264

VRF filed in the service request creation should only be mandatory.

CSCte40699

MPLS service request with redistribute static and template enabled going Failed_audit.

CSCte40714

Unable to distinguish between VRFs with the same name and different RDs.

CSCtc98210

ISC 5.2: Service requests that does not contain a link cannot be decommissioned.

CSCtj57093

ISC 5.2.2: Service request stays in REQUESTED state when trying to deploy a VRF with a template.

CSCtk47631

UNI port security parameters are not visible in service request.

L2VPN
 

CSCsl76498

Changing UNI Port type from Trunk to Access for L2VPN causes deployment failure.

CSCte40724

Modifying encapsulation at UNI on UPE, service request goes to INVALID.

CSCtg88296

ME3400: Storm control settings cannot be enabled without activating port security commands. In addition, modification and redeployment of ME3400 port with storm control and port security attributes fails.

CSCtg97420

Switchport Trunk Encapsulation on 6548 card: The deployment of a DOT1Q service fails.

CSCtg97468

Port Security, Storm Sontrol not configured on WS-X6548-GE-TX on 6500.

CSCtg97493

"MAC access group" command not supported in SXF IOS version.

CSCti28254

ISC VPLS service request for a connection over Ethernet core fails.

CSCti83978

Encapsulation, MCPT TIMERS, CELL PACKING commands not supported.

CSCtj45793

Port Duplex setting not configured on WS-X6548-GE-TX on 6500.

CSCtk34295

Port Duplex setting not configured on WS-X4424-GB-RJ45 card on 4503.

FlexUNI
 

CSCtg97449

Twice the expected license keys are consumed by FlexUNI(EVC) service requests.

CSCth62660

For FlexUNI/EVC, the duplex command is not generated by ISC for media type rj45, speed 1000.

CSCtd94186

The PE/UNI "description" is not set by ISC.

CSCtd94209

Default encapsulation is not supported in FlexUNI/EVC service requests.

CSCtd94227

The "Encapsulation dot1q 10-20" command is not supported.

CSCte40710

Multiple services on a single U-PE port goes FAILED_AUDIT except the last one.

CSCti37522

L2VPN MTU: Incorrect behavior when configuring UNI as a dot1q-tunnel on the U-PE.

CSCtj48461

For FlexUNI/EVC, SR Details under PE Devices are not displayed as it is for MPLS and L2VPN.

CSCtj48490

FlexUNI/EVC service requests do not show links info under "Status".

CSCtd94245

Customer name with spaces breaks FlexUNI/EVC provisioning.

CSCtj58913

FlexUNI/EVC: 2:1 VLAN translation outer VLAN ID not displaying with Oracle.

CSCtj61667

ISC6.0: Service request fails after ring modification.

CSCti54698

FlexUNI/EVC: Shared UNI task failsfails for EVC service requests.

TEM
 

CSCti37519

Complicated rules for creating negate template in case of non-existent data file or multiple data files.

CSCti58919

ISC 5.2.1.6: Force deploy template also deploys negate templates.


Installation Notes

This section contains the following information:

Version Supported

Upgrade Paths

Uninstall.

Version Supported

You can upgrade directly to ISC 6.0.1 from ISC 6.0, ISC 6.0.0.1, ISC 6.0.0.4, or ISC 6.0.0.5. If you are upgrading from earlier releases, you need to first upgrade to ISC 6.0. The procedure for upgrading from earlier releases is documented in the Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0.

Upgrade Paths

Whether you are installing ISC for the first time or are upgrading from an earlier ISC installation, use the following steps as they pertain to your situation.

This section includes the following:

Common Installation Steps

ISC 6.0.1 Patch Installation

Upgrade Repository to ISC 6.0.1

Common Installation Steps

If you have an ISC 6.0 use this upgrade procedure independent of whether your repository is a Sybase or an Oracle repository


Note A repository can be upgraded only once. If any issues arise during the upgrade, a new copy of the backed up repository is needed for subsequent upgrade attempts.



Note See the appendix Backup and Restore of ISC Repository and Standby System in the Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0 before upgrading your repository.


To upgrade your repository to 6.0.1, follow these steps:


Step 1 If you are installing ISC for the first time, first install ISC 6.0 as documented in the Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0.


Note The ISC-6.0.1 upgrade tool should not run while upgrading from ISC 6.0 to ISC 6.0.1.



Note To perform ISC 6.0.1 patch installation, you need ISC 6.0, ISC 6.0.0.1, ISC 6.0.0.4, or
ISC 6.0.0.5 patch.


Step 2 If an existing ISC installation is running, enter the stopall command using these steps:

cd $ISC_HOME/bin/

source vpnenv.sh

./stopall

Step 3 Install the ISC 6.0.1 patch using the steps outlined in ISC 6.0.1 Patch Installation.

Step 4 Then run the upgrade tool using the steps outlined in Upgrade Repository to ISC 6.0.1.


ISC 6.0.1 Patch Installation

To install the ISC 6.0.1 maintenance patch, follow these steps:


Note Prior to installing ISC 6.0.1, 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.



Step 1 Before upgrading to this ISC 6.0.1 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 6.0.1 Maintenance Release, be sure to back up your repository, as explained in Appendix C of the Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0 (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/installation/guide/installation.html).

Step 3 Retrieve the ISC 6.0.1 Maintenance Release (isc-6.0.1-patch.tar.gz) from here.


Note If you have difficulties accessing the software from this location, please go to Cisco.com and choose Support->Download Software->Network Management->Routing and Switching Management->Cisco IP Solution Center Products.


Step 4 Prior to installing the ISC 6.0.1 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 Source the ISC environment file in the $ISC_HOME/bin directory:

For sh and variant shells: . $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.sh

For csh, ksh and variant shells: source $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.csh

Step 6 Navigate to a directory other than $ISC_HOME.

Step 7 Use the following command to untar and unzip the isc-6.0.1-patch.tar.gz file:

gunzip -c isc-6.0.1-patch.tar.gz | tar xf -

Step 8 If ISC is running, use the following command to stop the database, name server, and WatchDog on the machine on which it is running:

$ stopall

Step 9 Use the following command to run the patch installation script:

$ ./iscpatchinstall

a. When you run this script, you are asked to ensure that you have followed the equivalent of Step 8, and as part of the installation, you are asked to confirm the equivalent of Step 4.

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 are asked to enter a new path or press Enter for the default [<ISC_OWNER_HOME_DIR>/isc-6.0.1].

c. At the end of the installation, you receive a message that the patch installation is complete.

Step 10 Navigate to $ISC_HOME/bin.

Step 11 Enter the startwd command to restart ISC.


Upgrade Repository to ISC 6.0.1

This procedure uses the example of upgrading an ISC 6.0 repository to ISC 6.0.1. You can upgrade the ISC repository directly to ISC 6.0.1 from ISC 6.0.

When upgrading your repository from ISC 6.0 or an earlier version, see Uninstall and then use the same procedure as the following:


Step 1 Get the upgrade package ISC601_UpgradeTool.tar.gz and place it on the ISC Master machine in a directory where you can access the ISC environment:

cp -p /cdrom/cdrom0/ISC601_UpgradeTool.tar.gz /opt/isc-6.0.1

Step 2 Untar the upgrade tool tar file.

gzip -d < ISC601_UpgradeTool.tar.gz | tar xvf -

Step 3 Source the ISC environment files.

If sh shell: . $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.sh

If csh or ksh shell: source $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.csh

Step 4 Stop ISC:

stopall

Step 5 Run the upgrade script.

cd ISC601_UpgradeTool

./upgradeISCSchema.sh <ISC home>

where: <ISC home> is the full pathname of the ISC home directory.

Step 6 Check for a success or error message.


Note After upgrading between ISC versions, ensure that the cache of the ISC client browser has been cleared or that your browser does not use the cache. This will ensure that the latest ISC images and pages are returned.



Uninstall

To uninstall the ISC 6.0.1 maintenance release that was successfully installed by following the steps in the "Upgrade Paths" section, follow these steps:


Note To retain your repository data, you will need to restore a previous ISC 5.2 backup as the uninstall script below does not roll back the 6.0.1 repository.



Step 1 Log in with the same username as the owner of ISC.

Step 2 If ISC 6.0.1 is running, navigate to the directory $ISC_HOME/patch/isc6.0.1-patch, where all the files replaced by the ISC 6.0.1 maintenance release were stored.

Step 3 Source the ISC environment file in the $ISC_HOME/bin directory:

For sh, ksh, and variant shells: . $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.sh

For csh and variant shells: source $ISC_HOME/bin/vpnenv.csh

Step 4 Use the following command to stop the database, name server, and WatchDog on the machine on which it is running:

$ stopall

Step 5 Use the following command to run the patch script to uninstall:

$ ./iscpatchrollback

a. When you run this script, you are asked to ensure that you have followed the equivalent of Step 1 and Step 2.

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 receive a message that the patch rollback is complete.

Step 6 Navigate to $ISC_HOME/bin.

Step 7 Enter the startwd command to restart ISC.


Known Caveats in Cisco IP Solution Center 6.0.1

To find known problems in Cisco IP Solution Center, use the following URL:

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit

You must log into Cisco.com.

You can search for specific bugs or search for a range by product name. This tool enables you to query for keywords, severity, range, or version.

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.

Related Documentation

The entire documentation set for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.1 can be accessed at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps4748/tsd_products_support_series_home.html

or at:

http://www.cisco.com/go/isc


Tip To copy and paste a two-line URL into the address field of your browser, you must copy and paste each line separately to get the entire URL without a break.


The following documents comprise the ISC 6.0.1 documentation set:

General documentation (in suggested reading order)

Cisco IP Solution Center Getting Started and Documentation Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/roadmap/docguide.html

Release Notes for Cisco IP Solution Center, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/release/notes/relnotes.html

Cisco IP Solution Center Installation Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/installation/guide/
installation.html

Cisco IP Solution Center Infrastructure Reference, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/infrastructure/reference/
guide/infrastructure.html

Cisco IP Solution Center System Error Messages, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/system/messages/
messages.html

Cisco IP Solution Center Third Party and Open Source Copyrights, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/third_party/open_source/copyright/ISC_Third_Party_and_Open_Source_Copyrights60.html

Application and technology documentation (listed alphabetically)

Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/l2vpn/user/guide/
l2vpn60book.html

Cisco IP Solution Center MPLS Diagnostics Expert Failure Scenarios Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/mpls_failure_scenarios/user/
guide/mdefs.html

Cisco IP Solution Center MPLS Diagnostics Expert User Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/mpls_diagnostics/user/guide/
mdeuser.html

Cisco IP Solution Center MPLS VPN User Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/mpls_vpn/user/guide/
mpls60book.html

Cisco IP Solution Center Traffic Engineering Management User Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/traffic_management/user/
guide/tem.html

API Documentation

Cisco IP Solution Center API Programmer Guide, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/developer/guide/
api_gd.html

Cisco IP Solution Center API Programmer Reference, 6.0.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/ip_solution_center/6.0/developer/reference/
xmlapi.zip


Note All documentation might be upgraded over time. All upgraded documentation will be available at the same URLs specified in this document.


Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

For information on obtaining documentation, obtaining support, providing documentation feedback, security guidelines, and also recommended aliases and general Cisco documents, see the monthly What's New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html