Cisco Safe Harbor is an initiative emphasizing customer success through improved quality. Safe Harbor delivers customers a certified Cisco OS version of choice for critical deployment to increase overall network stability.
Safe Harbor subjects targeted releases (deployed in topologies consistent with those of identified customers) to complex levels of testing. The program offers additional benefit by serving as the conduit through which customer input influences Cisco premier testing.
Cisco Safe Harbor CatOS Release 8.5.1 Supervisor 32 for Enterprise Customers summarizes system-level and reliability testing completed for the specified release. The content of this document for Cisco customers is available from your Cisco representative.
Please ask for EDCS-501556.
Cisco employees may go to the Safe Harbor website for supplemental information and related testing.
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