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Release Notes for Cisco Prime Infrastructure, Release 1.2

Introduction

Virtual Appliance - Hardware Requirements

Browser Support

Supported Software Versions

Installation Guidelines

Upgrading Cisco Prime Infrastructure

Prime Infrastructure Feedback Tool

Submitting Feedback

Prime Infrastructure License

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Supported Devices

New Features and Enhancements

Lifecycle Management

The Virtual Wireless Controller

Cisco 8500 Series Controllers

Increased Scale for Cisco Flex 7500 Series Controllers

Next Generation Maps

Automatic Hierarchy to Create Maps

FlexConnect-related Features

HotSpot 2.0

Auto-Switch Port Tracing

Third Party Support

Proxy Mobile IPv6

VLAN Tagging

Support for New Access Points

Redundancy on Primary and Secondary Controllers

Automated Deployment Profiles

ScanSafe

Important Notes

Open Caveats

Resolved Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Release Notes for Cisco Prime Infrastructure, Release 1.2


Last Updated: August 29, 2012
OL-27652-01

These release notes contain the following sections:

Introduction

Virtual Appliance - Hardware Requirements

Browser Support

Supported Software Versions

Installation Guidelines

Upgrading Cisco Prime Infrastructure

Prime Infrastructure Feedback Tool

Submitting Feedback

Prime Infrastructure License

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Supported Devices

New Features and Enhancements

Important Notes

Open Caveats

Resolved Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Introduction

The Cisco Prime Infrastructure is a network management tool that supports lifecycle management of your entire network infrastructure from one graphical interface. Prime Infrastructure provides network administrators with a single solution for provisioning, monitoring, optimizing, and troubleshooting both wired and wireless devices. Robust graphical interfaces make device deployments and operations simple and cost-effective.

Prime Infrastructure provides two different graphical user interfaces (from which you can switch back and forth by clicking the downward arrow next to your login name):

Lifecycle view, which is organized according to home, design, deploy, operate, report and administer menus.

Classic view, which closely corresponds to the graphical user interface in Cisco Prime Network Control System 1.1 or Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS).

For more information on the Lifecycle view of the Cisco Prime Infrastructure features, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/prime/infrastructure/1.2/user/guide/prime_infra_ug.html

For more information on the Classic view of the Cisco Prime Infrastructure features, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/prime_infrastructure/1.2/configuration/guide/pi_12_cg.html

For more information on prerequisites, system requirements, and installation, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/prime/infrastructure/1.2/quickstart/guide/cpi_qsg.html

Virtual Appliance - Hardware Requirements

Table 1 lists the hardware requirements for the virtual appliance based on wired/wireless scale. For information about the number and type of devices supported by each virtual appliance size, see the Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 data sheet at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12239/products_data_sheets_list.html.

Table 1 Virtual Appliance—Hardware Requirements

 
Processor
DRAM
Hard Disk

Small Virtual Appliance

4 vCPUs

8 GB

200 GB

Medium Virtual Appliance

4 vCPUs

12 GB

300 GB

Large Virtual Appliance

16 vCPUs

16 GB

400 GB

Extra large Virtual Appliance

16 vCPUs

24 GB

1200 GB


Browser Support

Prime Infrastructure supports the following browsers:

Google Chrome—19.0 build

Mozilla Firefox— ESR 10.x, 13.0 and 14.0

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 or 9.0 with Chrome plug-in. Native Internet Explorer is not supported.


Note We recommend a minimum screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.


Supported Software Versions

Table 2 lists the wireless devices and their software versions that are supported by Prime Infrastructure 1.2.

Table 2 Supported Controller Hardware Models and Software Versions

Controller Hardware Models
Controller Software Versions

Cisco 2100 Series

7.0.x

Cisco 2500 Series

7.0 and later versions

Cisco 4400 Series

7.0.x

Cisco 5500 Series

6.0 and later versions

Cisco Flex 7500 Series

7.0 and later versions

Cisco Flex 8500 Series

7.3

Cisco Virtual Controller

7.3

Cisco WiSM

7.0.x

Cisco WiSM2

7.0 and later versions

Cisco Wireless Controller on Service Ready Engine (WLCM2 on SRE)

7.2.110.0

Cisco Catalyst 3750G Series Integrated Wireless LAN Controllers

7.0 and later versions


For a complete list of supported WLCs and detailed information on the software compatibility for the Cisco wireless devices, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/5500/tech_notes/Wireless_Software_Compatibility_Matrix.html

For detailed information on the supported device types and software versions, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12239/products_device_support_tables_list.html

Installation Guidelines

For detailed information about the installation guidelines, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/prime/infrastructure/1.2/quickstart/guide/cpi_qsg.html#wp56681

Upgrading Cisco Prime Infrastructure


NoteInstall a patch to the existing system before performing the upgrade.

Ensure that you perform a backup before attempting to upgrade.

Use a console connection when you upgrade, to avoid Telnet/SSH terminal timeouts.

Remove high availability before performing the upgrade.


The following are the NCS versions that you can upgrade from or backup/restore to Prime Infrastructure Release 1.2.0.103.

NCS 1.0.2.29

NCS 1.1.0.58

NCS 1.1.1.24

NCS/PA-WAN 1.1 (1.1.0.1114)

NCS-WAN/PA 1.1.1 (1.1.0.1116)

NCS 1.2.0.70 (Beta release)

For detailed information about the application upgrade, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/prime/infrastructure/1.2/quickstart/guide/cpi_qsg.html#wp56675

Prime Infrastructure Feedback Tool

There is an automated feedback tool that can be configured to send periodic information to Cisco about the features that are being used on a given server. The feedback tool feature is disabled by default. You must enable this feature to identify the most frequently used features in Prime Infrastructure. You must configure the e-mail server and then enable data collection to configure the feedback tool.

To configure the feedback tool, follow these steps:


Step 1 Choose Administration > System Settings > Mail Server Configuration.

Step 2 In the Mail Server Configuration page, enter the mail server details.

Step 3 Click Save to save the configuration settings.

Step 4 Choose Help > Help Us Improve Cisco Products.

Step 5 In the Help Us Improve Cisco Products page, select the Yes, collect data periodically option.

Step 6 Click OK.


Submitting Feedback

To obtain support assistance and deliver feedback, use the following link to communicate with the Cisco support team:

https://www.ciscofeedback.vovici.com/se.ashx?s=6A5348A76B189D9B

Prime Infrastructure License

For detailed information on the Prime Infrastructure Licensing, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12239/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Supported Devices

For detailed information on the supported device types, see the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12239/products_device_support_tables_list.html

New Features and Enhancements

The following topics describe new features and enhancements in Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2:

Lifecycle Management

The Virtual Wireless Controller

Cisco 8500 Series Controllers

Increased Scale for Cisco Flex 7500 Series Controllers

Next Generation Maps

Automatic Hierarchy to Create Maps

FlexConnect-related Features

HotSpot 2.0

Auto-Switch Port Tracing

Third Party Support

Proxy Mobile IPv6

VLAN Tagging

Support for New Access Points

Redundancy on Primary and Secondary Controllers

Automated Deployment Profiles

ScanSafe

Lifecycle Management

The Cisco Prime Infrastructure supports lifecycle management of all your entire network infrastructure from one graphical interface. Prime Infrastructure provides network administrators with a single solution for provisioning, monitoring, optimizing, and troubleshooting both wired and wireless devices. Robust graphical interfaces make device deployments and operations simple and cost-effective.

Prime Infrastructure provides two different graphical user interfaces (from which you can switch back and forth by clicking the downward arrow next to your login name):

Lifecycle view, which is organized according to home, design, deploy, operate, report and administration menus.

Classic view, which closely corresponds to the graphical user interface in Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS) or Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS).

The Virtual Wireless Controller

The virtual wireless LAN controller is a software that can run on hardware that is compliant with an industry standard virtualization infrastructure. Virtual wireless LAN controllers provide flexibility for users to select the hardware based on their requirement.

We recommend that you have the following hardware to host a virtual controller:

Cisco UCS R210-2121605W Rack Mount Server (2 RU)

IBM x3550 M3 server

ISR G2 Services Ready Engine (SRE) using UCS Express

Cisco 8500 Series Controllers

Cisco 8500 Series Controllers are introduced with support for local mode, FlexConnect, and mesh modes. The Cisco 8500 Series Controllers support 6000 APs, 64,000 clients, 2000 FlexConnect groups, 6000 AP groups, 100 APs per FlexConnect group, and up to 4094 dynamic VLANs. A Cisco 8500 Series Controller can support up to 24,000 rogue APs and 32,000 rogue clients.

Increased Scale for Cisco Flex 7500 Series Controllers

Increased scale for Cisco Flex 7500 Series Controllers to support 6000 APs, 64000 clients, 2000 FlexConnect groups, 6000 AP groups, 100 APs per FlexConnect group, and up to 4094 dynamic VLANs.

Next Generation Maps

In addition to the features of the legacy maps, Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 enables you to use the features of the Next Generation Maps. The Next Generation Maps feature is enabled by default. Use the Administration > User Preferences page to disable or enable this feature.

The Next Generation Maps feature provides you the following benefits:

Displays large amount of information on map. When you have numerous clients, interferers and access points, these may clutter the display on Prime Infrastructure map pages. Also, pages load slowly. Prime Infrastructure 1.2 introduces clustering and layering of information. Information clustering reduces clutter at the high level and reveals more information when you click an object.

Simplifies and accelerates the process of adding APs to the map. In the legacy maps, the process of adding access points to maps is manual and tedious. With Prime Infrastructure 1.2, you can use automated hierarchy creation to add and name access points.

Provides high-quality map images with easy navigation and zoom/pan controls. In the legacy maps, the map image quality is low and navigating, zooming, and panning is slow. With Prime Infrastructure 1.2, you can use the next-generation `tile-aware' map engine to load maps faster and zoom/pan easily. Also, Next Generation Maps enables administrators to load high-resolution maps faster and navigate around the map.

Automatic Hierarchy to Create Maps

Automatic Hierarchy Creation is a way for you to quickly create maps and assign access points to maps in Prime Infrastructure. You can use Automatic Hierarchy Creation to create maps once you have added wireless LAN controllers to Prime Infrastructure and named your access points. Also, you can use it after adding access points to your network to assign access points to maps in Prime Infrastructure.

FlexConnect-related Features

Split tunneling allows the traffic sent by a client to be classified based on the packet contents. The matching packets are locally switched and the rest of the traffic is centrally switched. The traffic that is sent by the client that matches the IP address of the device present in the local site can be classified as locally switched traffic and the rest of the traffic as centrally switched.

This feature is supported on the AP1040, AP1140, AP1260, AP3500, and AP3600 access points.

Support to configure Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT) on FlexConnect locally switched WLANs is added. You must enable Central DHCP Processing to enable NAT and PAT.

This feature is supported on the AP1040, AP1140, AP1260, AP3500, and AP3600 access points.

This release extends support for 802.11u in FlexConnect mode.

802.11r Fast Transition is now supported on FlexConnect APs in central and locally switched

WLANs.

VLAN-based local and central switching is supported. The AAA server returns a VLAN configured for a client. If the VLAN is configured on the local IEEE 802.1Q link, the AP bridges the traffic locally. If the VLAN is not configured on the AP uplink, the AP tunnels the traffic back to the controller. The controller bridges the traffic into the corresponding VLAN from where the traffic is transported toward the next routing instance for further processing.

HotSpot 2.0

This release extends support for HotSpot 2.0 specifications, where APs in mesh mode and APs in FlexConnect mode in locally switched WLANs are also supported.

Auto-Switch Port Tracing

This feature provides the ability to automatically identify the Cisco switch and port information for a rogue AP connected to the Cisco switch, which allows quickly identifying and mitigating the threat posed by a rogue AP.

Third Party Support

Ability to discover and monitor third-party (non-Cisco) switches that support RFC 1213 and wireless controllers/access points from Aruba Networks.

Proxy Mobile IPv6

Proxy Mobile IPv6 is a network-based mobility management protocol that supports a mobile node by acting as the proxy for the mobile node in any IP mobility-related signaling. The mobility entities in the network track the movements of the mobile node, initiate the mobility signaling, and set up the required routing state.

The main functional entities are the Local Mobility Anchor (LMA) and Mobile Access Gateway (MAG). The LMA maintains the reachability state of the mobile node and is the topological anchor point for the IP address of the mobile node. The MAG performs the mobility management on behalf of a mobile node. The MAG resides on the access link where the mobile node is anchored. The controller implements the MAG functionality.


Note PMIPv6 MAG functionality is supported only on Cisco 5500 series controllers, Cisco 8500 series controllers, and Cisco WiSM2.


VLAN Tagging

VLAN tagging on Ethernet interfaces is supported. You can configure VLAN tagging on the Ethernet interface either directly from the AP console or through the controller and Cisco Prime Infrastructure. You must save the configuration in flash, and all CAPWAP packets should use the VLAN tag as configured along with all the locally switched traffic, which is not mapped to a VLAN. When enabled, the CAPWAP packets from the AP are forwarded through the trunk VLAN. If it fails, the AP falls back to the untagged mode.

Support for New Access Points

This release introduces two new AP1552 models:

AP1552CU

AP1552EU

Support is added to the following features on the AP1552 models to be on par with the indoor APs:

Local, FlexConnect, Monitor, Rogue Detector, and Sniffer modes

VideoStream in Local mode

HotSpot 2.0 in Local mode

VoWLAN

Band Select

DTLS

CleanAir of 5-GHz radio

Redundancy on Primary and Secondary Controllers

The term Redundancy in Prime Infrastructure refers to the high availability (HA) framework in controllers. Redundancy in wireless networks allows you to reduce the network downtime. In a redundancy architecture, one controller is in the Active state and a second controller is in the Standby state, which continuously monitors the health of the controller in the Active state through a redundant port. Both controllers share the same configurations including the IP address of the management interface.

The Standby or Active state of a controller is based on the redundancy stock keeping unit (SKU), which is a manufacturing ordered unique device identification (UDI). A controller with redundancy SKU UDI is in the Standby state for the first time when it boots and pairs with a controller that runs a permanent count license. For controllers that have permanent count licenses, you can manually configure whether the controller is in the Active state or the Standby state.

In this release, a stateful switchover of access points (AP SSO) is supported. An AP SSO ensures that the AP sessions are intact even after a switchover.


Note The stateful switchover of clients is not supported, which means that all clients, with the exception of clients on locally switched WLANs on access points in FlexConnect mode, are deauthenticated and forced to reassociate with the new controller in the Active state.


Automated Deployment Profiles

The Prime Infrastructure Automated Deployment feature allows you to create templates that can be hosted on the Automated Deployment Gateway. Network devices (for example, ISR G2, Catalyst switches) with Cisco Networking Services (CNS) agents can call home to the Automated Deployment Gateway to pull their configuration templates down. After provisioning, the management of those devices follows the regular Prime Infrastructure process.

ScanSafe

ScanSafe Web Security is a cloud-based SaaS (Security as a Service) that allows you to scan the content of the HTTP and HTTPS traffic. When the ScanSafe Web Security is integrated with a router, selected HTTP and HTTPS traffic is redirected to the ScanSafe cloud for content scanning and malware detection.

Important Notes

The Cisco 12.2EWA IOS Image for Catalyst 4948 does not work properly. Cisco Prime Infrastructure supports IOS Image 12.2SG for Catalyst 4948 series. This is because of different sysOId's returned by Cisco IOS Images.

For the TACACS+/RADIUS user authentication, the custom attributes related to the new features are required to be added/appended to the existing set of attributes in AAA server to access certain pages/views. For example, Monitor Media Stream page, Virtual Domain List (to view the list of virtual domains from the Create Report page), and so on. For RADIUS authentication and authorization in Prime Infrastructure 1.2, there is an alternate method available for the AAA users. Only the user role and virtual domain attributes can be configured in AAA server (instead of copying the complete custom attribute task list from NCS to the AAA server).

Open Caveats

Table 3 lists the Open Caveats in Cisco Prime Infrastructure Release 1.2.

Click the identifier to view the impact and workaround for the caveat. This information is displayed in the Bug Toolkit. You can track the status of the open caveats using the Bug Toolkit.

Table 3 Open Caveats  

Identifier
Description

CSCtx58026

High Availability: Prime Infrastructure should be able to get a backup from the secondary before attempting a failback.

CSCua30266

There are differences in the number of "Authenticated Client Count" on Client Count report between "Report By: All" and "Report By: AP By Controller".

CSCua45107

With NCS 1.1.0.58, try to do auto-provision on a WLC 5508. When you choose a CSV file for MAC address, no error, but nothing is provisioned.

CSCua77597

Discrepancy in TX and RX data from client session report

CSCub01364

NCS tries all TACACS servers in the global list after receiving a reject

CSCub25487

The client session hourly report fails because of wrong calendar format.

CSCub34632

Permission Denied message appears for 'admin' user when trying to access the Audit report in NCS

CSCub38147

Prime Infrastructure does not show the Device Type for clients.

CSCub38682

BaseStation timestamp is incorrect.

CSCub41048

When accessing the Autonomous AP migration template page in NCS, an error occurs.

CSCub42183

WLC configuration backup fails on secondary to local FTP/TFTP.

CSCub43324

Session time attributes are not working.

CSCtu88206

If there are large number of sites and data sources in the Administration > System Settings > Data Deduplication page, browser displays "Unresponsive Script" message.

CSCtx94785

Change association in NAT 44, is not allowed for FastEthernet Interfaces.

CSCty97852

The Device Plug and Play does not happen after the Prime Infrastructure server is restarted or network connectivity is reestablished between PnP Gateway and the Prime Infrastructure server.

CSCtz96109

When cross-launching NAM through a web browser from PA server, the user might get a prompt in for entering user name and password, whereas the username and password should be taken automatically from the PA server

CSCua28691

The Device Type based deployment does not function when "cns id" other then UDI is used and "cns config initial <PnP Gateway hostname> <port> inventory" command is provided in the bootstrap configuration.

CSCub03050

Unable to delete third-party WLC from third-party device type category.

CSCub09942

The image is distributed and activated properly using UDI on device, but after device reloads the status of Image in Prime Infrastructure shows timeout failure and any config push after that also times out and fails.

CSCub21197

Report data are not generating based on the reporting period.

CSCub26014

Unable to deploy the VPN features using the composite templates.

CSCub36693

Deleting the WLAN or ACL should clear the mapping in Flex External webauth ACL.

CSCub50858

Cisco 3750E image wrongly recommended for plain 3750 from repository.

CSCtz77712

An error message appears when uploading new MIB in Design > Custom SNMP Template > Upload MIB. If the new MIB has references to MIB objects that are not uploaded first.

CSCua68559

Memory graphs do not populate for Nexus devices in Device Work Center.

CSCub74449

Creating Report fails as connection refused on 20566.

CSCub74721

In an upgraded setup, SWIM recommendation and import from CCO are not working because of login to CCO is failing in SWIM.

CSCub66826

If the username for proxy server contains "\" (domainname\username) then the Software Update page is unable to connect to Cisco.com

CSCua76425

After running the Conversation reports for first time with specific HostIP either in Source or Destination field, Application Filter and Datasource Filter entries do not populate.

CSCub62910

FNF extension parameters are added to Voice Video Data template are not propagated to reports. RTP conversations report will always show 0 as value for all RTP statistics columns (RTPSTAT1, RTPSTAT2 and RTPSTAT3).

CSCub66888

Deduplication enabled and auto detected sites, datasources and settings before upgrade did not retain after upgrade - it is disabled after upgrade.

CSCub66903

Device Data Sources has net flow device data and its status is up before upgrade, but after upgrade doesn't show the netflow device data and keeps on loading.

CSCub66911

Reports scheduling not retained after upgrade

CSCub67497

The Raw NetFlow reports not retaining after upgrade but when saved with same name it displays "report exists" and throws an error.

CSCub69059

An error occurs when user clicks 'run and save' on a custom FNF v5 report.

CSCub69257

In HA environment, creating a service on primary is not retained on the secondary server.

CSCub31324

When tried to remove/add default filter, it is creating duplicate filter option, which will affect filter operation and filter might not work properly.

CSCub72631

The non-default templates and custom FNF, SNMP templates will not be retained in upgrade, HA and Backup restore.

CSCub74751

Upgrade issues with alarms and inventory.

CSCub78719

Scroll bar is missing in the background task page.

CSCub80165

Client discovery fails if the controller has more than 20000 clients.

CSCua40683

When v9 and v5 template fields exactly match, the template will appear under v5 template folder.

CSCua58081

Flexible NetFlow extension parameters do not appear in Conversations reports.

CSCua83403

7600 device is shown as mediatrace capable in pathtrace UI but actually user cannot start media trace

CSCub56197

Running Mediatrace command over HTTPS is not supported for ASRs

CSCub79976

Intermittent issues with High Availability.

CSCub53867

Selected Image name for distribution is not getting populated for a few devices.

CSCub57144

Image import fails if the image size is large.

CSCub65427

Upgrade Analysis is not working for ASR series devices.

CSCub72156

DWC Image recommendation is not shown for a few device families.

CSCua57435

Unable to complete provisioning when triggered in virtual domain with user Admin.

CSCub60594

PnP provisioning is not getting completed when profile has only image.

CSCtz99807

The template deployment history is not refreshed.

CSCub36844

Templates with DB variables are not getting deployed on Devices properly, even though their status appear success

CSCub57283

Deployment of configuration templates fail when the device name is long

CSCub35534

Restore operation fails occasionally with RMAN exception

CSCub38566

Data Cleanup takes long time to finish

CSCua29756

Unknown exception occurs when launching saved reports on an upgraded NCS.

CSCub40295

Unable to import WLAN template

CSCub69051

An error occurs while accessing Web-Authentication and Web-Policy ACLs at AP level.

CSCub35142

Results shows incorrect client count when 11u option selected in dashlet

CSCua65828

Running a Combined Inventory Report fails with error "Failed to run report: Illegal setting for report: routers_by_model"

CSCua46786

Undeploy template which is mapped to another template fails without displaying the proper failure reason.

CSCub81156

Wired clients show up late after a re-sync in upgraded server

CSCub81158

Resync after upgrading Switch IOS not work

CSCub74871

After a synch operation, a few of the ISRs in managed state are getting into "Managed with Warnings"


Resolved Caveats

Table 4 lists the Resolved Caveats in Cisco Prime Infrastructure Release 1.2.

Click the identifier to view the details of the caveat. This information is displayed in the Bug Toolkit. You can track the status of the resolved caveats, using the Bug Toolkit.

Table 4 Resolved Caveats 

Identifier
Description

CSCtx47086

Distribution fails when backing up image greater than 64 MB

CSCtx66256

Traps and syslogs do not update the switch interfaces status

CSCtx68254

Legacy import is not working for MAC Filter and Local net users template

CSCty09212

Object selector fails to get the data from device

CSCty10979

Device inventory details not retried by config

CSCty11000

Device tree throws RSL error when not connected to internet with Firefox 7

CSCtz16897

Buttons for the basic operations are disabled

CSCtz23103

Issues with Design view interfaces templates

CSCtz33408

SAM to use the threadpool than creating threads for CDB to Oracle

CSCtz34018

Device 360° view of the unified AP is not working.

CSCtz36156

Alarms do not send e-mail notifications

CSCtz36170

Devices managed with warnings with empty information

CSCtz46310

NAMs hostnames not in Device Work Center (DWC) and all the other (non-NAM) devices are discovered ' Managed with Warnings'

CSCtz47946

On scale starting 5 NBI clients caused Prime Infrastructure 1.2 to system unusable

CSCtz52708

Image Distribution and archive fails on NME-NAM, SRE-NAM and NAM3 devices.

CSCtz55083

Routing: Screen Hanging for: Multiple delete

CSCtz56573

All graphs should show host names instead of IP addresses

CSCtz56953

Image download 3560E and 6509 has no recommendations

CSCtz60367

Check for update with mockup server fails

CSCtz60731

Software update from Cisco.com is not working

CSCtz66454

SWIM Image recommendations is not working for any devices in NCS 1.1.1.

CSCtz72498

Service Engine interface duplication in interface table in database

CSCtz81115

The line chart presented on the Generic Dashlet currently displays only top 15 entries for Custom SNMP templates.

CSCtz81184

The Generic Dashlet table view only shows last 15 records.

CSCtz81909

Update: Problem while connecting to Cisco.com from the NCS server

CSCtz82220

Severity Configuration in Admin setting throws an exception

CSCtz83345

Disk allocation is incorrect for small OVA

CSCtz88702

Inventory collection of ASR devices failed

CSCtz90989

Unable to generate DMVPN reports

CSCua07924

Licensing Check from the Login page is not working correctly.

CSCua08058

Monitoring Object Selector disappears while creating Custom SNMP template.

CSCua14928

Performance: Logging into Prime Infrastructure takes more than three minutes

CSCua18416

GETVPN Group Member: Deploy is not pushing CLIs to router

CSCua22929

NCS Audit works incorrectly, VLAN deletion from the VLAN list is not reflected

CSCub29697

NCS stops collecting the client data

CSCub38551

database deadlock

CSCtw57789

Sorting function does not work in Unclassified/Malicious Rogue APs

CSCtw66822

addObjectsWithOverrideWithoutUpdate still calls validation

CSCtw75535

Virtual Domains not showing maps, WLCs, APs - DB corruption

CSCtw89250

Rx/Tx Utilization dashlet slider issues

CSCtw98787

ncs password ftpuser CLI command should enforce ftp-user parameter

CSCtx09586

"Copy And Replace AP" function does not work

CSCtx49184

FTP Login with HA enabled fails with 503 Error

CSCtz37295

Alarm summary panel displays an error for lobby ambassador login

CSCtz56558

Lobby admin gets to the NCS home page by hitting the browser back button

CSCtz76125

Repository create button doesn't specify it wants ftp:// notation

CSCtz86275

Client throughput report not showing WLC hostname when chosen

CSCua06057

Consistent sort of AP columns at monitor and config pages

CSCua10735

NCS Client Reporting Engine (.CSV) Showing Wrong Stats

CSCua12065

NCS GPS markers discrepancy

CSCua15365

Count of Severity Configuration 263 is wrong

CSCua24736

MSE backup background task End Time and Elapsed Time are not correct.

CSCua30988

Riyadh timezone preventing NCS to start completely

CSCua34859

Unable to sync maps - the ORA-01400 error occurs.

CSCua42222

NCS autonomous AP client discovery fails

CSCua42719

NCS reports an unknown exception when importing a CSV file

CSCua43557

Heatmap issue when resizing the browser

CSCua44995

Port number `0' is detected on AP associated event

CSCua46573

NCS Coverage Hole report not created

CSCua50117

NCS FTP server fails to open more than 4-6 concurrent FTP sessions

CSCua63402

NCS stops forwarding Northbound traps

CSCua71487

Protocol groups template are not saved when port ranges are configured

CSCua78651

NCS cannot delete WLC due to guest user account

CSCua89174

Changes in Settings > Data Management will not free up the disk space

CSCua90537

Alarms search filter should reset itself when browsing to another page

CSCua92870

Import AP config fails from NCS

CSCub02541

NCS is not collecting all the needed debug information when downloading log

CSCub03130

CleanAir report for interferes when exporting to CSV format does not show the Discovered or Last Updated time stamp.

CSCub05069

Critical Alarms are not available after migration

CSCub12524

Some traps in the NCS Northbound processing queue are being dropped

CSCub15467

NCS Client Summary by SSID export in CSV is broken

CSCub15735

default-group AP group template makes no sense in NCS

CSCub34733

4507R+E w/ Supervisor 6L-E shows as Unsupported Device in NCS

CSCua73343

HA Fallback failed resulted in Primary DB READ-ONLY mode

CSCub44418

After NCS is upgraded from NCS 1.1 to Prime Infrastructure 1.2, the Application Visibility feature should to be reconfigured.

CSCua89477

Disk usage alarms need to be improved

CSCub40799

Delete old backups

CSCub51737

ISR memory utilization shown by 360 is different from inventory details.

CSCua34353

Database grows causing out of disk space issue and causes services to stop running correctly.

CSCua89486

Review the user guide recommendations to use a small-medium-large ova

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Oracle maximum connections exceeded


Related Documentation

You can access the following additional Cisco Prime Infrastructure documentation on Cisco.com:

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Quick Start Guide

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 User Guide

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Configuration Guide

Open Source Used In Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2

Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 Supported Devices

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

For information on obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, 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

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This document is to be used in conjunction with the documents listed in the "Related Documentation" section.