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We have added support for APIC GUI management operations using wizards. This feature includes the addition of device profiles, function profiles, and feature classification in the device specification file.
- You must preconfigure cluster units before registering them to the APIC. To configure an ASA cluster, see the “ASA Cluster” chapter of the Cisco ASA Series General Operations CLI Configuration Guide for instructions, at:
- In a scenario where there are two identical graphs (identical interfaces) that have one BD with multiple EPGs, it is not possible to support NAT because NAT cannot differentiate between interfaces.
- When you delete NAT on one of the graphs or delete one of the graph instances, the ASA Device Package cannot determine which one you want to delete, and it removes both.
Table 1 contains open caveats in ASA Device Package Version 1.1.1(2) .
Table 2 contains resolved caveats in ASA Device Package Version 1.1.1(2).
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