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Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 Release Notes




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Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 Release Notes

August 6, 2012

These release notes provide an overview of Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 and describe the enhancements made in this release.

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These release notes contain the following sections:



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Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 offers telecommunication service providers the ability to automatically activate and configure subscribers, manage customer premises equipment (CPE), and deliver advanced services via service packages over DSL, fiber, cable, T1/E1, wireless, and satellite networks. Advanced features include services such as time blocking, content filtering, managed WiFi, remote port forwarding, and IPTV. Prime Home also lets you remotely manage TR-069-compliant CPEs from a variety of vendors.


Table 1 lists the enhancements that have been made to Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1.

Table 1 Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 Enhancements 



Fixed problem where the control panel's About My Gateway popup did not reappear after being dismissed.


Added support to filter applications in the synchronization panel if they are not supported by a device.

Added support to filter services if they are not supported by a device (UI change when configuring services).

Added support to filter UI components that are not supported by a device.


Replaced FushionCharts flash-based charting library with HighCharts.


Increased granularity of audit filtering—Added System to the Changed By menu and Portal Users & Bulk Ops to the Applied To menu.


Clarity added to Send Feedback feature. Category labels changed to:

General question

Minor cosmetic problem

Enhancement suggestion

Page errors or missing features


Updated audit location in site map and renamed query button to Search. All modifications to scripts, events, services, globals, and anything else in the /config web service are now stored in Audit.


Deprecated LAN application. The LAN application is no longer available when Prime Home starts up. Use LAN2 instead. If LAN is needed, use the Felix console to start it.


Fixed problem with local network data not copying from one device to another (replaced Device feature).


Added efficiencies for detecting application lifecycle events.


Number of users logged now appears on the Administrator > Users page. Fixed problem where the Audit goto page n user interface did not work consistently.


Provisioning page no longer requires subscriber credentials when the disable control panel box is checked.


Fixed timing problem with WiFi UI field validation of the Key field that ran too soon.


Tuned the Device Reboot feature to work more reliably.


Fixed problem when enabling or disabling ClickThrough on the Netgear CG3000D gateway.


Fixed problem where the last login time for ACS users changed every time the Users page or table was refreshed. Now, last login time is updated only when the user session has expired and the user needs to log in again.

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See also the following Prime Home guides:

Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 Deployment Overview

Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 User Guide

Click here to access the entire Cisco Prime Home 5.0.1 documentation set.

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