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Table Of Contents

Release Notes for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5

Contents

What's New in MWTM 6.1.5

Supported IOS Releases in MWTM 6.1.5

Unsupported IOS Releases

Limitations and Restrictions

Provisioning Timeout

SSH-Enabled Nodes

INSTANCE_NUMBER on Single-Instance ITP

Multiprocessor Multithread Vendor Exception

External SSH Client Use

SSH and Telnet Terminal

Tooltip Text Truncated

Credentials for Nodes with Multiple IP Address

Unprintable Characters

Symbol Style and Line Style Preferences

Java Exception

Avoid Colon (:) in ITP Object Names

Unprintable Characters in GUI

Appearance of MSU Rates Real-Time Charts

Provisioning Problem Due to Credentials

Special Characters in ITP AS/ASP/Linkset Names in Reports

Using MWTM With the RealPlayer Plugin Installed

Online Help System

APN and GTP Reports Disabled for GGSN on Patch Upgrade

Historical Statistics Collection During Upgrade

Important Notes

RAN Backhaul Utilization

New Features and Resolved MWTM Caveats

Open MWTM Caveats

Open Device Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines


Release Notes for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5


Date: February, 2011

These release notes describe features added, caveats, known bugs, and other important information for installing and using Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager (MWTM) 6.1.5.


Note You can access the most current Cisco documentation, including these release notes, online at:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6472/tsd_products_support_series_home.html.


For the latest MWTM information and software updates, go to http://www.cisco.com/go/mwtm.

Contents

These release notes contain:

What's New in MWTM 6.1.5

Limitations and Restrictions

Important Notes

New Features and Resolved MWTM Caveats

Open MWTM Caveats

Open Device Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

What's New in MWTM 6.1.5

Table 1 lists the new features in MWTM 6.1.5.

Table 1 New Features in Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5 

Feature
Description

New Device Support

Cisco Cell Site Router: 12.2(33)MRB1 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.1.1), 12.2(33)MRB2 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only), 12.2(33)MRB3 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.1.3), 15.0(1)MR (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only)

MToP 7600 : 12.2(33)SRE1, 12.2(33)SRE2, 15.0(1)S1, 15.0(1)S, and 15.1(1)S

Cisco Mobile Internet (7600): 12.2(33)SRE1, 12.2(33)SRE2, 15.0(1)S1, 15.0(1)S, and 15.1(1)S

Cisco GGSN 10.x on the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module: 12.4(24)YE1, 12.4(24)YE2

Cisco CSG2 R4 (SAMI) : 12.4(24)MD1 and 12.4(24)MD2

Cisco CSG2 R3.5 (SAMI) :12.4(22)MDA5 and 12.4(22)MDA6

Cisco CSG2 R5 (SAMI) : 12.4(24)MDA

Cisco PDNGW Device: 12.4(24)T3a (LTE R1) and 12.4(24)T3b (LTE R1.2)

Cisco SGW Device: 12.4(24)T3a (LTE R1) and 12.4(24)T3b (LTE R1.2)


Supported IOS Releases in MWTM 6.1.5

This section contains the following tables:

Table 2, Supported IOS Releases for ITP Devices

Table 3, Supported IOS Releases for IPRAN Devices

Table 4, Supported IOS Releases for mSEF Devices

Table 2 Supported IOS Releases for ITP Devices 

Device
IOS Release

Other1

12.2(25)SW4A

12.2(25)SW5

12.2(25)SW6

12.2(25)SW7

12.2(25)SW8

12.2(25)SW9

12.2(25)SW10

12.2(25)SW11

12.2(25)SW12

12.4(11)SW3

12.4(15)SW

12.4(15)SW1

12.4(15)SW2

12.4(15)SW3

12.4(15)SW4

12.4(15)SW5

12.2(33)IRA (for the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module only)

12.2(33)IRB (for the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module only)

12.2(33)IRC (for the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module only)

12.2(33)IRD (for the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module only)

12.2(33)IRE (for the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module only) or later maintenance releases.

GTT Encoding Scheme Support

12.2(25)SW4A or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required.

MLR Address Table Configuration Support

12.2(25)SW4A or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required.

For the GTT Accounting Statistics Reports

12.2(25)SW4A or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required.

For Route Table and GTT Table Deployment

12.2(25)SW4A or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required.

For ITP Provisioning

12.2(25)SW4A or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required

For MSU Rates

12.2(25)SW7 or later, or

12.4(11)SW or later, or

12.2(33)IRA or later is required.

Cisco Database for Telecommunications (CDT)

2.02


1. "Other" may include: Cisco 2650, Cisco 2651, Cisco 2811, Cisco 7204, Cisco 7206, Cisco 7301, Cisco 7507, and Cisco 7513.

2. CDT software release, not an IOS release.

Table 3 Supported IOS Releases for IPRAN Devices 

Device
IOS Release

Cell Site Router

12.4(12)MR2 (MWR-1941-DC-A only)

12.4(16)MR (MWR-1941-DC-A only)

12.4(16)MR1 (MWR-1941-DC-A and 3825)

12.4(16)MR2 (MWR-1941-DC-A and 3825)

12.4(19)MR (MWR-1941-DC-A and 3825)

12.4(19)MR2 (MWR-2941-DC-A only)

12.4(19)MR3 (MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.0)

12.4(20)MR (MWR-2941-DC only) (CSR 3.1)

12.4(20)MR1 (MWR-2941-DC only) (CSR 3.1.1)

12.4(20)MR2 (MWR-2941-DC only) (CSR 3.1.2)

12.2(33)MRA (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2)

12.2(33)MRA1 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.0.1)

12.2(33)MRB (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.1)

12.2(33)MRB1 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.1.1)

12.2(33)MRB2 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only)

12.2(33)MRB3 (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only) (CSR 3.2.1.3)

15.0(1)MR (MWR-2941-DC and MWR-2941-DC-A only)

RAN-O ONS

7.2

7.2.2

7.2.3

RAN-O ONS-RAN-SVC

12.2(29)SM

12.2(29)SM1

12.2(29)SM2

12.2(29)SM3

12.2(29)SM4

12.2(29)SM5

MToP 7600

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S1

15.0(1)S

15.1(1)S


Table 4 Supported IOS Releases for mSEF Devices 

Device
IOS Release

GGSN

GGSN 10.x on the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module

12.4(24)YE

12.4(24)YE1

12.4(24)YE2

GGSN 9.x on the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module

12.4(22)YE

12.4(22)YE1

12.4(22)YE2

12.4(22)YE3

12.4(22)YE4

GGSN 8 on the WS-SVC-SAMI-BB-K9 module:

12.4(15)XQ

12.4(15)XQ1

12.4(15)XQ2

12.4(15)XQ3

12.4(15)XQ4

GGSN 7 on the WS-SVC-MWAM-1 module:

12.4(9)XG2

12.4(9)XG3

12.4(9)XG4

12.4(9)XG5

GGSN 6 on the WS-SVC-MWAM-1 module:

12.4(2)XB7

12.4(2)XB8

12.4(2)XB9

12.4(2)XB10

GGSN (continued)

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

CSG1

CSG1 7:

3.1(3)C7(1)

3.1(3)C7(2)

3.1(3)C7(3)

3.1(3)C7(4)

3.1(3)C7(5)

3.1(3)C7(6)

3.1(3)C7(7)

CSG1 6:

3.1(3)C6(6)

3.1(3)C6(7)

3.1(3)C6(8)

3.1(3)C6(9)

3.1(3)C6(10)

CSG2

CSG2 R5:

12.4(24)MDA

CSG2 R4:

12.4(24)MD1

12.4(24)MD2

CSG2 R3.5

12.4(22)MDA

12.4(22)MDA1

12.4(22)MDA2

12.4(22)MDA3

12.4(22)MDA4

12.4(22)MDA5

12.4(22)MDA6

CSG2 R3:

12.4(22)MD

12.4(22)MD1

CSG2 R2:

12.4(15)MD

12.4(15)MD1

12.4(15)MD2

12.4(15)MD3

12.4(15)MD4

CSG2 R1:

12.4(11)MD3

12.4(11)MD4

12.4(11)MD5

12.4(11)MD6

12.4(11)MD7

12.4(11)MD8

12.4(11)MD9

12.4(11)MD10

CSG2 (continued)

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

HA

HA 5.x:

12.4(22)YD

12.4(22)YD1

12.4(22)YD2

12.4(22)YD3

HA 4.x:

12.4(15)XM

12.4(15)XM1

12.4(15)XM2

12.4(15)XM3

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S1

15.0(1)S

15.1(1)S

BWG

12.4(15)XL2 (BWG version 1.1)

12.4(15)XL3 (BWG version 1.2)

12.4(15)XL4 (BWG version 1.3)

12.4(15)XL5 (BWG version 1.4)

12.4(24)YG (BWG version 2.0)

12.4(24)YG1 (BWG version 2.1)

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

PDSN

PDSN 5.2

12.4(22)XR4

PDSN 5.1:

12.4(22)XR1

12.4(22)XR2

12.4(22)XR3

12.4(22)XR4

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

PCRF

Cisco Policy Manager (PCRF):

2.0

PDNGW

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

LTE R1:

12.4(24)T3a

LTE R1.2:

12.4(24)T3b

SGW

Supervisor Module:

12.2(33)SRD

12.2(33)SRD1

12.2(33)SRD2

12.2(33)SRD3

12.2(33)SRD4

12.2(33)SRE0a

12.2(33)SRE1

12.2(33)SRE2

15.0(1)S

15.0(1)S1

15.1(1)S

LTE R1:

12.4(24)T3a

LTE R1.2:

12.4(24)T3b


Unsupported IOS Releases

The MWTM no longer supports the IOS releases listed in Table 4:

Unsupported IOS Releases in MWTM 6.1.5

ITP
 
IPRAN
mSEF
       
7600
Other
GGSN
CSG1
CSG2
HA
BWG

12.2(18)
IXA

12.2(18)
IXB

12.2(18)
IXB1

12.2(18)
IXB2

12.2(18)
IXC

12.2(18)
IXD

12.2(18)
IXD1

12.2(18)
IXE

12.2(18)
IXF

12.2(18)
IXF1

12.2(18)
IXG

12.2(18)
IXH

12.2(4)MB4

12.2(4)MB5

12.2(4)MB6

12.2(4)MB7

12.2(4)MB8

12.2(4)MB9

12.2(4)MB9a

12.2(4)MB10

12.2(4)MB11

12.2(4)MB12

12.2(4)MB13

12.2(18)SW

12.2(19)SW

12.2(20)SW

12.2(21)SW

12.2(21)SW1

12.2(23)SW

12.2(23)SW1

12.2(25)SW

12.2(25)SW1

12.2(25)SW2

12.2(25)SW3

12.2(25)SW4

12.4(11)SW

12.4(11)SW1

12.4(11)SW2

12.4(9)MR

12.4(11)MR

12.4(12)MR

12.4(12)MR1

12.2(33)
SRB

12.2(33)
SRB1

12.2(33)
SRB2

12.2(33)
SRB3

12.2(33)
SRB4

12.2(33)
SRB5

12.2(33)
SRB6

12.2(33)
SRB7

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

GGSN 6

12.4(2)XB

12.4(2)
XB1

12.4(2)
XB2

12.4(2)
XB3

12.4(2)

XB4

12.4(2)
XB5

12.4(2)
XB6

GGSN 7

12.4(9)XG

12.4(9)
XG1

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

N/A

12.4(11)
MD

12.4(11)
MD1

12.4(11)
MD2

12.4(24)
MD (CSG2 R4)

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

12.4(15)
XL1 (BWG version 1.0)

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6


Table 5

PDSN
PDNGW
SGW
PCRF

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

12.2(33)SRC1

12.2(33)SRC2

12.2(33)SRC3

12.2(33)SRC4

12.2(33)SRC5

12.2(33)SRC6

 

Unsupported IOS Releases in MWTM 6.1.5(contd)

Limitations and Restrictions

This section describes limitations and restrictions that are associated with the MWTM:

Provisioning Timeout

SSH-Enabled Nodes

INSTANCE_NUMBER on Single-Instance ITP

Multiprocessor Multithread Vendor Exception

External SSH Client Use

SSH and Telnet Terminal

Tooltip Text Truncated

Credentials for Nodes with Multiple IP Address

Unprintable Characters

Symbol Style and Line Style Preferences

Java Exception

Avoid Colon (:) in ITP Object Names

Using MWTM With the RealPlayer Plugin Installed

Online Help System

APN and GTP Reports Disabled for GGSN on Patch Upgrade

Historical Statistics Collection During Upgrade

Provisioning Timeout

When using the MWTM provisioning feature to modify the management interface, sometimes the operation fails with this message:

No prompt response

This response can occur when changing the duplex or speed attributes for the Ethernet interface. The response can also occur for other interface attributes that affect IP connectivity between the MWTM and the device.

The default setting for a provisioning operation timeout is 50 seconds. As a workaround, the system administrator can increase the TGS_OP_TIMEOUT attribute in the System.properties file to a higher value. You must restart the MWTM server for this change to take effect.

SSH-Enabled Nodes

The MWTM Node > Home Page right-click menu option does not work correctly for the following SSH-enabled IP Transfer Point (ITP) nodes:

Cisco 2600

Cisco 7200

Cisco 7300

Cisco 7500

Cisco 7600

The browser launches, as expected, but the user is not prompted for login information.


Note This limitation exists for any ITP node running the 12.2(x) IOS with SSH enabled.


INSTANCE_NUMBER on Single-Instance ITP

Symptom    If a command with INSTANCE_NUMBER is included in the UserCommands.ts file, the instance number will appear on all nodes in the GUI. If you run this command on a node that does not have multi-instance enabled, it fails.

Workaround   If you have a network with both single-instance and multi-instance nodes, you must configure a separate set of troubleshooting commands for each node type in the UserCommands.ts file. Do this by grouping the commands for each type under a separate category.

Multiprocessor Multithread Vendor Exception

Sometimes when using the MWTM client on a Solaris multi-processor computer, an exception occurs when the topology window is open and you are manipulating views. The workaround is to close the topology window, then reopen it.

External SSH Client Use

If you enable the MWTM terminal proxy (mwtm termproxy) and use an external SSH terminal client to connect to a device, you might receive a warning message indicating a man-in-the-middle attack. This warning occurs because the MWTM server is operating as an SSH proxy to the device. In this scenario, ignore any warning messages indicating a man-in-the-middle attack. These warnings do not occur if you disable the MWTM terminal proxy or if you use the SSH terminal included with the MWTM.

SSH and Telnet Terminal

The SSH and Telnet terminals that are included with the MWTM provide basic terminal functionality. They do not support non-English character sets or the UNIX curses library (for example, colors). If these, or other, additional terminal functions are required, you can configure the MWTM to use an external SSH or Telnet program.

Tooltip Text Truncated

The Firefox 2 browser truncates tool tips that contain long text strings (see Firefox bug 218223). The MWTM contains only a few tool tips that exhibit this problem. The problem is resolved in Firefox 3. The problem does not occur when using the Internet Explorer (IE) browser.

Credentials for Nodes with Multiple IP Address

Credentials for a node are associated with a unique IP address. If a node has more than one accessible IP address, functions that require credentials might not resolve to a credential based on the selected IP address, and the requested function would fail. The MWTM functions that require credentials include:

Discovery of ONS and RAN_SVC nodes

Troubleshooting

Provisioning

Route, MLR Address, and Global Title Translation (GTT) table deployment

To work around this limitation, specify the credentials for all accessible IP addresses for a node.

Unprintable Characters

CSCse81393

In various GUI and web pages, simple text fields might contain unprintable characters. An example is the Model Name PID field for a RAN service (RAN_SVC) card in an ONS chassis. This is a cosmetic problem and does not affect functionality.

Symbol Style and Line Style Preferences

CSCsg83861

The preferences dialog box of the MWTM client interface allows you to customize the way that data series appear in charts. You can specify series color, line style, and symbol style. However, symbol style and line style preferences do not work when displaying real-time charts for MSU rates and for RAN backhauls and shorthauls.

Java Exception

CSCsh15638

The following exception with corresponding stacktrace can occur. The MWTM captures this exception in the sgmConsoleLog.txt file:

java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe

This exception can occur when users access the MWTM web interface and frequently abort connections while the server is under heavy load (for example, during discovery). Clicking the Stop button on the web browser or navigating to a different web page before the current page finishes loading can cause this exception to occur.


Note The root cause of this condition is an internal bug in the Tomcat web application that ships with this release of the MWTM.


You can safely ignore these log messages.

Avoid Colon (:) in ITP Object Names

CSCsh58070

The following error messages may appear when performing these operations:

Operation
Error Message

Generating link report by using the sgmLinkStats.sh script

sgmgawk: cmd. line:45: (FILENAME=- FNR=???) 
fatal: division by zero

Attempting to import link and linkset report data

ERROR 38000: The exception 
'java.sql.SQLException: Invalid character 
string format for type SMALLINT.' was thrown 
while evaluating an expression.

Using the ITP route table deployment function

Invalid Linkset in Route Table: [???]

These error messages occur when ITP linkset, AS, and ASP names contain a colon (:). To prevent these errors, do not use the colon (:) in ITP linkset, AS, and ASP names.


Note In general, the MWTM does not support ITP AS, ASP, or linkset names that contain special characters, such as: !@#$%^&*()+=[]{};',./\:"<>?|

The supported characters in ITP AS, ASP, and linkset names are: [a-z], [A-Z], [0-9], - and _.


Unprintable Characters in GUI

On some GUI windows and web pages simple text fields might contain unprintable characters. An example is the Model Name PID field for a RAN service (RAN_SVC) card in an ONS chassis. This might occur one some RAN_SVC cards in an ONS chassis.

Appearance of MSU Rates Real-Time Charts

The preferences dialog box of the MWTM client interface allows you to customize the way that data series appear in charts. You can specify series color, line style, and symbol style. However, symbol style and line style preferences do not work when displaying real-time charts for MSU rates and for RAN backhauls and shorthauls.

Provisioning Problem Due to Credentials

After switching the SNMP IP address, provisioning stops working due to credentials. Credentials for a node are associated with a unique IP address. If a node has more than one accessible IP address, functions that require credentials might not resolve to a credential based on the selected IP address, and the requested function would fail. The MWTM functions that require credentials include:

Discovery of ONS and RAN_SVC nodes

Troubleshooting

Provisioning

Route and Global Title Translation (GTT) table deployment

This might occur with nodes with multiple, accessible IP addresses with credentials set for a subset of those IP addresses. To work around this limitation, specify credentials for all accessible IP addresses for a node.


Special Characters in ITP AS/ASP/Linkset Names in Reports

The following error messages might appear when performing these operations:

Operation
Error Message

Generating link report by using the sgmLinkStats.sh script

sgmgawk: cmd. line:45: (FILENAME=- FNR=???) 
fatal: division by zero

Attempting to import link and linkset report data

ERROR 38000: The exception 
'java.sql.SQLException: Invalid character 
string format for type SMALLINT.' was thrown 
while evaluating an expression.

Using the ITP route table deployment function

Invalid Linkset in Route Table: [???]

The error messages occur when ITP linkset, AS, and ASP names contain a colon (:). To work around this problem, remove the colon (:) from ITP linkset, AS, and ASP names.

Using MWTM With the RealPlayer Plugin Installed

If you use a computer that has the RealPlayer plugin installed, the Provision launch window will not work properly. When you change types on the Provision launch window, the provisioned item list will not refresh.

This is a known issue with the RealPlayer plugin. This issue occurs on both Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers.

Disable the RealPlayer plugin to use the Provision launch window. If you use Internet Explorer, you might need to reboot your computer after disabling the plugin. If you use Firefox, you might need to restart your browser after disabling the plugin.

Online Help System

The online help system is updated only during major release updates. New features added in patch releases (for example, 6.0.4) are not contained in the online help system. Instead, new features are documented in the release notes for the patch release.

APN and GTP Reports Disabled for GGSN on Patch Upgrade

CSCtj21269

If you enable GGSN reporting in MWTM 6.1.1 and then upgrade to MWTM 6.1.2 and apply the latest service pack, then APN reports are disabled. You may have to re-enable the APN reports even if they were previously enabled.

To enable APN reports, execute mwtm statreps apn command or from the web interface select "Reports" and enable APN.

Historical Statistics Collection During Upgrade

When you upgrade to MWTM 6.1.5 from an earlier version, there may be a temporary stop in the collection of data. This could result in a time gap shown in historical reports for shorter interval reports (For example, 15 minute reports). No intervention is required for collection to resume.

Important Notes

This section contains important notes about RAN Backhaul Utilization.

RAN Backhaul Utilization

When the backhaul utilization for transmit traffic exceeds 100%, the likely cause is oversubscription of the shorthaul links that constitute the backhaul. The backhaul utilization is the amount of traffic that the system attempted to send, not the amount that was actually sent. If utilization is greater than 100%, you should see queue drops or other errors during the same time period. A backhaul utilization of greater than 100% is possible for a heavily loaded link with some occasional oversubscription.

New Features and Resolved MWTM Caveats

The following new features and bugs fixes have been fixed in MWTM 6.1.5:

Bug ID
Description

CSCtk11709

Alarms - Disable Additional Noisy Traps By Default

CSCtj25619

Alarms - Filter Unrouted VLANs From Status Tree and Monitoring

CSCtj16567

Alarms - Property To Suppress EPM NBAPI Delete Messages

CSCtj67421

GGSN - Remove IPOutboundDiscardsThreshold Alarm

CSCsz93736

IPRAN - ASR9K - Historical Reports

CSCtk02825

IPRAN - Support 7600 RLS8 - IOS 15.1(1)S - Compatibility

CSCth71444

IPRAN - Support ATM/PPP CnH - Config and Monitoring

CSCtj73474

IPRAN - Support ATM/PPP CnH - Troubleshooting

CSCtg34112

IPRAN - Support BFD - Alarms

CSCtj97564

IPRAN - Support BFD - Troubleshooting

CSCtf31965

IPRAN - Support BackupVLAN on RTM - Config and Monitoring

CSCtj94912

IPRAN - Support BackupVLAN on RTM - Troubleshooting

CSCtd47733

IPRAN - Support CEF Load Sharing Of Equal Cost Paths

CSCtk15629

IPRAN - Support CEF Load Sharing Of Equal Cost Paths -Troubleshooting

CSCsy27900

IPRAN - Support Cisco 802.1ad (QinQ) - Config and Monitoring

CSCtj73453

IPRAN - Support Cisco 802.1ad (QinQ) - Troubleshooting

CSCtj97185

IPRAN - Support IOS 15.0(1)-Monitoring/Alarms/Troubleshooting

CSCti21305

IPRAN - Support IOS 15.0(1) - Provisioning

CSCtd47728

IPRAN - Support MSTP RSTP 802.1s 802.1w - Config and Monitoring

CSCtj73503

IPRAN - Support MSTP RSTP 802.1s 802.2w - Troubleshooting

CSCtg55280

IPRAN - Support Metronome SPA on 7600

CSCtk33018

IPRAN - Support QoS Reports Without PWE3 Present On Device

CSCsy27985

IPRAN - Support REP - Config and Monitoring

CSCtg04492

IPRAN - Support REP - NoNeighbor + LSL Timer

CSCtj73470

IPRAN - Support REP - Troubleshooting

CSCtd28775

IPRAN - Support SSM/ESMC

CSCtj73517

IPRAN - Support SSM/ESMC - Troubleshooting

CSCtj79907

IPRAN - Support iBGP and eBGP - Traps/Alarms

CSCtj79909

IPRAN - Support iBGP and eBGP - Troubleshooting

CSCtg81755

ITP - Alignment of SCON Congestion Level

CSCtg81748

ITP - Ingress Traffic Rate Limit Alarm

CSCtl43537

LTE - Compatability Testing With PDNGW/SGW 1.2 - 12.4(24)T3a2

CSCth53461

Reports - Additional Extended Interface Statistics - Historical CSV

CSCtf92276

Reports - CPU/Memory and Interface Summary Dashboards

CSCti29472

Reports - Support ReportsAging.conf For Fine Grained Report Aging

CSCti26003

Reports Control - Support ReportsDisable.conf For Fine Grained Report

CSCtl04583

System - Additional Log Aging Improvements

CSCtl02827

System - Additional Options For Report Backup Control

CSCtj68051

System - Call Custom Stop/Start Script For Some System Operations

CSCtj65738

System - Improved Backup/Restore Speed For Very Large Systems

CSCti93407

System - Inventory/Credentials Integration With ANA

CSCtj93576

System - Run Backups At 2:30 Instead Of 1:30 Due To DST Issues

CSCth73825

WebClient - Support For Internet Explorer Version 8

CSCtl76739

WebClient : Memory Util Table of CPU/Mem to handle values less than 1 KB

CSCti00941

Provision - Support Validation of IP Subnet Mask fields

CSCtl46286

IPRAN Provisioning - commands generated when no change in PTPoutputgroup

CSCtl57747

batch provision enabled for ARS9K

CSCtl76570

IPRAN -Include ToP interface in network clock input source configuration

CSCtl78529

Provision - IPRAN - BGP AS Number Range Validation

CSCte98097

Web Client's Administrative page - Back button issue

CSCtf69824

ITP - Datamodel Inconsistency When Changing SigPoint NetworkIndicator

CSCti84015

Alarm count toolbar shows incorrect counts for views and subviews

CSCtj28350

IPRAN - Inconsistent table values of IGMP Join-Group in 76xx SRE release

CSCtj41100

IPRAN Provisioning - Prevent PTP input/output timing modifications

CSCtj41640

CLLI code column not sortable in Groups

CSCtj41904

WebClient : Report ouput type CSV can include data in exponential form.

CSCtj43751

CPU/Memory summary table hyperlinks do not navigate to correct slot/cpu

CSCtj46914

Web client- Trim Input in snmp/credentials/discovery to avoid spaces

CSCtj57504

Reports - Warning From mwtm statreps clean For 15min Directory

CSCtj85010

RANO - RAN Backhaul Chart Y-Axis Util Percentage Displays Improper Scale

CSCtj91373

System - Better Handle Duplicate IP Addresses

CSCtk12090

Security Issue in OpenSSL

CSCtk55649

WebClient - Uptime Node Summary List Display Wrong Data In Two Cols

CSCtk66412

Interface Performance/Errors Tabs Do Not Handle Counter Reset Correctly

CSCtk70050

Error in provisioning Network Clock Select->Interface name

CSCtk75726

Values Above 24 Days For DELETE_AGING_TIMEOUT UNKNOWN_AGING_TIMEOUT Fail

CSCtk76500

Reports->Dashboard->The "Page Size" option appears and disappears

CSCtk82310

No Active Alarms When UTC and clock calendar-valid In IOSConfig

CSCtl00856

System - Enable -DDB_BATCH_COMMIT_SIZE=20 By Default To Server JRE

CSCtl00864

Alarms - Event Poller Improperly Purges Some Events Every 7 Days

CSCtl07871

System Becomes Unreponsive During NMObject Purge After Mass Deletions

CSCtl11306

All Events Forwarded In Correlated Alarm Should Be Disabled Together

CSCtl44726

WebClient:Navigation issues b/w tabs in Node level Hist CPU/Mem Util

CSCtl59798

System Hangs During OSPF Provisioning With Very Large Number Of Areas

CSCtk35738

IPRAN - Unable to configure Edge No-Neighbor from MWTM

CSCtj79783

WebClient : Error in Element Inventory Page

CSCti86074

IPRAN - In SRE1 Port-channel interface number can be 1-256

CSCtk19404

Event Editor shows additional congestion state levels

CSCtk74659

Update README-ExportReports.txt For InterfaceExtendedStats

CSCtk56834

IPRAN - CEF Load Sharing - Incorrect range for Fixed Id

CSCtk67712

Add button is still enabled in Provisioning after moving VRF names

CSCtk74793

observations in MWR ATM-IMA provisioning

CSCtk76685

Report UDP port nums in use for CESoPSN over UDP/IP Provisioing

CSCtl56918

Install - PDF Files Do Not Get Updated Under Apache During Upgrade

CSCtl97559

Daily NetStatus Archives Do No Contain All Entries In Some Conditions

CSCtl97559

Daily NetStatus Archives Do No Contain All Entries In Some Conditions

CSCtl04583

System - Additional Log Aging Improvements

CSCtk11709

Alarms - Disable Additional Noisy Traps By Default

CSCtj67421

GGSN - Remove IPOutboundDiscardsThreshold Alarm


Open MWTM Caveats

This section describes caveats that exist in the MWTM 6.1.5 software.


CSCsg92892

Symptom    When provisioning ITP nodes from the Provision tab of the web interface, some provisioning operations might fail on the node with these symptoms and conditions:

Provisioning Action
Symptom
Condition

Changing the media type for FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet interface

Invalid input detected

FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet on the node does not support the media type configuration option, but the user specified a media type in the MWTM provisioning request.

Changing speed for FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet interface

Invalid input detected

FastEthernet or GigabitEthernet on the node does not support the speed configuration option, but the user specified the speed in the MWTM provisioning request.

Configuring MTP3 User Adaptation (M3UA) or SCCP User Adaptation (SUA) offload, or Local Peer offload

Error: at least one 
address must reside on 
slot xx

The user specified an IP address that does not exist for the specified card slot.

Configuring M3UA or SUA offload, or Local Peer offload

Error: XXX is already 
offloaded to this 
linecard slot=xx

The user specified a target card slot that is already in use by another M3UA or SUA offload, or Local Peer offload.

Note The ITP does not allow mixed types between M3UA or SUA offload, and Local Peer offload.

Configuring the line priority for the clock source line option on the Cisco 2600 T1/E1 controller

% Invalid input detected 
at '^' marker.

The '^' marker points to the line priority: primary or secondary.

While configuring the clock source line priority option on the T1/E1 controller, the user specified the primary or secondary option on the line, but the WAN Interface Card (WIC) card has only one port, and does not support the line priority option.

Configuring the secondary line priority for the clock source line option on the Cisco 7xxx ITP T1/E1 controller

% Invalid input detected 
at '^' marker.

The '^' marker points to the secondary line priority: primary or secondary.

When configuring the clock source secondary line priority option on the T1/E1 controller, the user specified a number that is greater than the supported range on the device. Although the MWTM allows values 1-72, some cards only support 1-8 or 1-16.


Workaround   None. The user must know the ITP card information and specify correct values in the provisioning request.


CSCsz16365

Symptom    When provisioning IPRAN nodes from the Provision tab of the web interface, some provisioning operations might fail on the node with these symptoms and conditions:

Provisioning Action
Symptom
Condition

Provisioning Sonet Serial interface

controller SONET <x>
au-4 <x> tug-3 <x>
tug-2 <x> e1 <x> channel-group <x> timeslots <x>

invalid input 
detected at '^' 
marker

When a Sonet Serial interface is created on SPA-1CHOC3-CE-ATM SPA. This SPA is primarily used to configure Sonet CEM Group, but user creates Sonet Serial interface in MWTM provision request.

Provisioning Sonet CEM Group interface

controller SONET <x>
au-4 <x> tug-3 <x>
tug-2 <x> e1 <x> cem-group <x> timeslots <x>

invalid input 
detected at '^' 
marker

When a Sonet CEM Group is created on SPA-1XCHOC12/DS0 and SPA-1XCHSTM1/OC3. The SPA's are primarily used to configure Sonet Serial interfaces, but user creates Sonet CEM Group in MWTM provision request.

Changing framing on Sonet Interface

controller SONET <x>
framing sdh

invalid input 
detected at '^' 
marker

When changing framing on the Sonet interface from 'sonet' to 'sdh' option on SPA-1XCHOC12/DS0 SPA. This SPA is primarily used only in the STS mode but user is changing to the AU-4 mode in MWTM provision request.

Provisioning speed for Gigabit Ethernet interfaces

interface GigabitEthernet<x>
speed nonegotiate

invalid input 
detected at '^' 
marker

When configuring the speed as 'nonnegotiate' on Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. This speed option applies only for DS3 interfaces but user is configuring on non-DS3 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces in MWTM provision request.

Provisioning cablelength option for T1 controllers

controller T1 <x>
cablelength short <x>

invalid input 
detected at '^' 
marker

When configuring cablelength 'short' on SPA-8XCHT1/E1. SPA-8XCHT1/E1 is used mainly for MLPPP bachhaul, but user is configuring the cablelength options of SPA-24CHT1-CE-ATM used for shorthaul PWE3 xconnects in MWTM provision request.

Provisioning ATM Interface for a controller, "mode atm aim <x>"

Might succeed but no ATM interface is created on the device

When configuring more than allowed ATM interfaces on 1941 and 3800 device types. The count of ATM's depend on the AIM card used like AIM8 or AIM4 card, but user is creating more than allowed ATM's in MWTM provision request.


Workaround   None. The user must know the card/slot/module type information and submit provision requests based on the capabilities of the card.


CSCsz56999

Symptom    When provisioning IPRAN nodes from the Provision tab of the web interface, some provisioning operations might fail on the node with these symptoms and conditions:

Provisioning Action
Symptom
Condition

Creating 76xx Serial interface "channel-group <x> timeslots <x>"

invalid input detected

When serial interface is created on SPA-24CHT1-CE-ATM SPA. This SPA is primarily used to configure Circuit Emulation Functions [CESoP and SAToP], but user creates channelized serial interfaces in MWTM provision request.

Provisioning ATM Framing for 76xx ATM interfaces "atm framing <x>"

Invalid input detected

ATM Framing option can be provisioned only on SPA-2XOC3-ATM or SPA-4XOC3-ATM SPA, but user sets ATM Framing option on SPA-24CHT1-CE-ATM in MWTM provision request.

Enabling PTP for 2941 Vlan interfaces "ptp enable" option

Error: local interface 
is down, please make 
sure to turn it on

When configuring PTP, the GigabitEthernet interface port associated with the Vlan is not up and user selects this Vlan to enable PTP.

Configuring speed for 2941 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces "speed <x>"

invalid input detected 
at '^' marker

When configuring speed option for GigabitEthernet ports 0 and 1 and these ports do not support the speed CLI.

Configuring GSM SH for 1941s, 3825a on non-motherboard cards "encapsulation gsm-abis"

Error in encaps setup. 
Encapsulation not 
changed

When configuring GSM on Serial interface on non-zero slot number as these slots do not support GSM encapsulation.

Configuring multiple Serial Interfaces per WIC, "channel-group <x> timeslots <x>"

Channel-groups per port 
limit exceeded

When configuring more than two Serial controller channels per WIC on 1941 or more than four Serials per port on 2941 devices.


Workaround   None. The user must know the card type information and submit provision requests based on the capabilities of the card.


CSCsu02993

Symptom    When IOS running-config contains the following characters in the object name, MWTM web user interface may exhibit unexpected behavior:

Double quote (")

Less than (<)

Conditions   When IOS running-config contains following characters in the object name:

Double quote (")

Less than (<)

Additional MWTM provisioning or other functions may behave unexpectedly when IOS running-config contains following characters:

!,#,$,%,^,*,(,),',+,=, and ,

Workaround   Remove special characters from IOS running-config.


CSCtf51338

Symptom    The MWTM web client is very slow or unresponsive when expanding the Default View node in the inventory tree.

Conditions   Internet Explorer version 6 is being used as the web browser. The network latency between the web client and the MWTM server is very high. MWTM is being used to monitor a medium-sized or large network.

Workaround   Use a different web browser such as Firefox or Internet Explorer 7 or later.


CSCtf56323

Symptom    When provisioning IPRAN interfaces with a VRF from the Provision tab of the web interface, provisioning operation might fail with "Incompatible with xconnect command on <x> - command rejected." Similarly while provisioning a PWE3 Xconnect on IPRAN object, the provisioning operation might fail with "Incompatible with ip vrf command on <x> - command rejected."

Conditions   Both PWE3 Xconnect and VRF appear to be mutually exclusive on Parent-Child interfaces. On some interfaces, if Parent has PWE3 Xconnect then child interface of the parent cannot add VRF and vice versa.

Workaround   None. The user must gain knowledge about the parent-child interfaces and specify correct values in the provisioning request.


CSCtf54835

Symptom    When provisioning IPRAN Gigabit or Ten Gigabit Ethernet interfaces with a VRF from the Provision tab of the web interface, the provisioning operation might fail with "% Invalid input detected at '^' marker."

Conditions   Gigabit and Ten Gigabit Ethernet interfaces can be provisioned either with switchport or VRF. When the Ethernet interface is already set as switchport, the user is attempting to configure VRF in the MWTM provision request.

Workaround   None. The user must have knowledge about the interfaces and specify correct values in the provisioning request.


Open Device Caveats

CSCsz69451

The historical and real-time KPIs for the GGSN R9 from the CISCO-GGSN-EXT-MIB always have the value 0 due to an IOS defect in 12.4(22)YE.

The following realtime KPIs are impacted:

GTP Throughput Upstream Bytes - cGgsnExtUpstreamByteCount

GTP Throughput Downstream Bytes - cGgsnExtDownstreamByteCount

GTP Throughput Upstream Packets - cGgsnExtUpstreamPktCount

GTP Throughput Downstream Packets - cGgsnExtDownstreamPktCount

Mobile Stations With Active PDP Contexts - cGgsnExtActivatedMs

PDP PPP-Regen Interfaces Created - cGgsnExtGtpPppRegenCreatedIntfs

Active PDP Contexts with Direct Tunnel - cGgsnExtGtpDtActivePDPs

PDP Contexts Deleted without waiting for the SGSN - cGgsnExtNoWaitSgsnLocalDelPDPs

PDP Contexts Deleted without sending to the SGSN - cGgsnExtNoReqSgsnLocalDelPDPs

Update PDP Context Requests Sent - cGgsnExtSentPdpUpdateReqs

Update PDP Context Responses Received - cGgsnExtRcvdSuccPdpUpdateResponses

COA Messages Received - cGgsnExtRcvdCoaMsgs

COA Messages Dropped - cGgsnExtDiscardedCoaMsgs

COA QOS Updates Sent - cGgsnExtSentCoaUpdateReqs

Error Indication Messages Sent - cGgsnExtSentErrorIndications

Error Indication Messages Received - cGgsnExtRcvdErrorIndications

Direct Tunnels Enabled - cGgsnExtTotalDtEnabled

Error Indications for DT PDP Contexts - cGgsnExtRcvdDtPdpErrorIndications

DT PDP Contexts Deleted due to Update Response - cGgsnExtTotalDtUpdFailDeletedPDPs


Related Documentation

Use this document in conjunction with the following documents:

User Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/mobile_wireless_transport_manager/6.1.5/user/
guide/userguide.html

Installation Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/mobile_wireless_transport_manager/6.1.5/
installation/guide/mwtmig.html

OSS Integration Guide for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager 6.1.5

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/mobile_wireless_transport_manager/6.1.5/developer/guide/mwtm615ossig.html

Supported IOS Releases for the Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager and the Cisco Signaling Gateway Manager

http://cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/mobile_wireless_transport_manager/6.1.5/ios_support/
release/IOS_comp.html

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