Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers Release Notes
Limitations and Restrictions
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Limitations and Restrictions in Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.13.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.12.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.11.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.10.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.9.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.8.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.7.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.6.0

Limitations and Restrictions in Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

This following section describes limitations and restrictions pertaining to Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers:


NoteFor information about limitations and restrictions pertaining to releases prior to Release 3.6.0, seeCisco IOS XE 3S Release Notes.


Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.13.0

CUBE-ENT Limitations

Dial-peer simplification with Dial-peer Group is not supported with "REFER Consume".

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.12.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.12.0.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.11.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.11.0.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.10.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.10.0.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.9.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.9.0.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.8.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.8.0.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.7.0

General Limitations

RF billing and Lawful Interception do not work together.

DMVPN Limitations

Cisco ASR 1000 devices does not support the ip nhrp server-only command used to configure an interface to operate in Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP) server-only mode.

In a phase 2 deployment, NHRP server-only mode configured on one spoke stops all traffic from the configured spoke to other spokes.

In a phase 3 deployment, NHRP server-only mode configured on one spoke stops the shortcut tunnel from the configured spoke to other spokes and consequently all traffic from the configured spoke to other spokes have to be forwarded by Hub.

We recommend that you do not use the ip nhrp server-only command on Cisco ASR 1000 devices.

MPLS over IPv6 GRE Tunnel is not supported

The mpls ip command can be configured on the IPv6 GRE Tunnel, but it does not take effect.

Limitations and Restrictions in Release 3.6.0

There are no new limitations or restrictions in Release 3.6.0.