Release Notes for Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Release 9.1(1a)
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Open Caveats

The following sections describe possible unexpected behaviors in Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1a) and IM and Presence Service Release 9.1(1):


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For more information about an individual defect, click the associated Identifier to access the online record for that defect, including workarounds.


Understanding the Fixed-in Version Field in the Online Defect Record

When you open the online record for a defect, you will see data in the "First Fixed-in Version" field. The information that displays in this field identifies the list of interim versions in which the defect was fixed. These interim versions then get integrated into Unified Communications Manager or IM and Presence releases.

Some more clearly defined versions include identification for Engineering Specials (ES) or Service Releases (SR); for example 03.3(04)ES29 and 04.0(02a)SR1. However, the version information that displays for the maintenance releases may not be as clearly identified.

The following examples show how you can decode the maintenance release interim version information. These examples show you the format of the interim version along with the corresponding Unified Communications Manager release that includes that interim version. You can use these examples as guidance to better understand the presentation of information in these fields.

  • 8.0(2.40000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8.0(2c)
  • 7.1(5.10000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(5)
  • 7.1(3.30000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(3b)
  • 7.1(3.20000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(3a)
  • 7.1(3.10000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(3)
  • 7.1(2.30000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(2b)
  • 7.1(2.20000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(2a)
  • 7.1(2.10000-x) = Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(2)

Note


Because defect status continually changes, be aware that the Open Caveats for Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1a) and Open Caveats for IM and Presence Service Release 9.1(1) reflect a snapshot of the defects that were open at the time this report was compiled. For an updated view of open defects, access Bug Toolkit and follow the instructions as described in the Bug Search Tool.


Open Caveats for Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1a)

The following table lists open caveats which may cause unexpected behavior in Unified Communications Manager 9.1(1a).

Table 1 Open Caveats for Unified Communications Manager

Identifier

Severity

Component

Headline

CSCuc25464

3

axl

GetPhone AXL responses seem slower in CUCM 9.0

CSCud36245

3

axl

CUCM Location Overwritten by CUCDM/VOSS modification - Refer: CSCuc36584

CSCud53481

3

axl

Add ServiceProfile is getting failed

CSCud68560

3

axl

Transfer-Encoding: chunked Protocol In Betz

CSCud10175

3

backup-restore

DRS screen does not work on Chrome Mac

CSCud33840

3

backup-restore

DRS backup failure shows incorrect information about features backed up

CSCua19534

3

bps-bat

BAT can't insert 10K remote destinations

CSCud16484

3

bps-import-export

BAT Import of Unassigned DN doesn't import CFA Dest, CFURExt VM checkbox

CSCtr14518

3

ccmcip

SRB:79XX, 99XX: Corporate Directory is displaying in English

CSCud13922

3

ccm-serviceability

RTMT reason code not proper when RT phones initiates energywise mode

CSCud67438

3

ccm-serviceability

Unified Serviceability Tools can not connect to other nodes

CSCud72605

3

ccm-serviceability

CCM raises SIPTrunkOOS alarm without any details

CSCty02858

3

cmcti

Get platform exception on transfer with multiple hold and resume

CSCuc70031

3

cmcti

ProviderOpen Request fail: core file generated

CSCuc76289

3

cmcti

Consult call hit platform exception

CSCuc97126

3

cmcti

CTIRD to release the shared line initiated call in LmKeySetupReq

CSCud17020

3

cmcti

Unable to update MGCP gateway page

CSCtk12124

3

cmui

Unable to update MGCP gateway page

CSCuc87927

3

cmui

EUPLA URI Format

CSCud21579

3

cmui

UOP - Multiple issues with ring settings parameters

CSCud42719

3

cmui

Directory Number configuration shows settings from previous dn config

CSCud59409

3

cmui

Logon status showing wrongly

CSCud05776

3

cp-device-manager

remote device remain unregistered after changing device pool

CSCud26795

3

cp-h323

CallerID not being shown when Caller ID received in facility msg

CSCud44041

3

cp-huntlist

Call Failure and Process leak for mobile calls for DVO-R calls over RL

CSCuc72096

3

cpi-appinstall

After fresh install show version inactive shows version of 0.0.0.0000-00

CSCud68399

3

cpi-appinstall

MCS7825H3- Upgrade failure in post-install phase boots to newer version

CSCud70135

3

cpi-appinstall

7.1.5 upgrade fail due to permissions issue on /common/download

CSCud49047

3

cpi-cert-mgmt

RTMT Option To Download Certificate Change Notification Service Logs

CSCud41456

3

cpi-os

Not able to login to tty console when sub is isolated from cluster

CSCua84906

3

cpi-os

SSL/TLS Protocol Information Disclosure (CVE-2011-3389)

CSCuc76911

3

cpi-os

L2 upgrade through local source fails

CSCud59239

3

cpi-os

CUCM Replication setup cdr define fails with error 5 delaying setup

CSCud43906

3

cpi-security

NIC Teaming has ICMP echo reply blocked with Asymmetric routing

CSCud71104

3

cpi-security

DRS Restore Fails when FIPS is enabled

CSCud69213

3

cpi-security

DRS Restore Fail for Fips enabled

CSCuc19625

3

cp-mediacontrol

CUCM Responds to 200 OK with mid-call Invite without SDP

CSCuc94411

3

cp-mediacontrol

Incorrect comparison for process name

CSCud18762

3

cp-mediacontrol

Does not get audio RSVP reservation for AAC in video call

CSCud30136

3

cp-mediacontrol

Conf reconnect between SIPv6 w/o MTP and SIPv6 w MTP SIP ICT fails

CSCud38314

3

cp-mediacontrol

CUCM disconnects call when the ISDN Gateway REINVITES and adds content

CSCud59919

3

cp-mediacontrol

Phone1 drops out of conference call once conference is setup

CSCuc83668

3

cp-mobility

SNR will not handle overlap receiving from QSig MGCP Gateway

CSCud66384

3

cp-qsig

QSIG Path replacement fails after CUCM detects collision

CSCud59803

3

cp-sip-station

No announcement when DVOR to an invalid number over SIP trunk

CSCud61819

3

cp-sip-station

Placed calls incorrect when using overlap receiving

CSCuc80321

3

cp-sip-trunk

SIP OOB-RFC2833 DTMF fails if early offer is used with "No Preference"

CSCuc80699

3

cp-sip-trunk

[SX20]CUCM-VCS[Edge95-H323] calls disconnects when SX20 has no H.261

CSCud22722

3

cp-sip-trunk

CTS Endpoint calls into Telepresence Server fail when BFCP is enabled

CSCud38739

3

cp-sip-trunk

No video on H323 endpoints when vcs-interop script enabled on Conductor

CSCud48539

3

cp-sip-trunk

VCS-CUCM interworking call failure

CSCud64851

3

cp-sip-trunk

CM does not send 200 OK due to glare before call is answered.

CSCud73145

3

cp-sip-trunk

Random overwrite of memory in CallManager/Source/ProcessSIPHandler.cpp

CSCuc89953

3

cp-supplementaryservices

SIP MCU Conference unregisters from CUCM after two resets

CSCud52162

3

cuc-tomcat

Tomcat FORM Auth and CRSF Guard Vuls (CVE-2012-3546,CVE-2012-4431)

CSCtz07814

3

database

dbmon monitoring needs to be ignored during replication set-up

CSCuc22587

3

database

CUCM DB Replication takes a long time to repair componentversion table

CSCuc47907

3

database

ULT fields not allowing URI format

CSCud29372

3

dial-num-analyser

Browser issue on Dialed Number Analyzer page

CSCud57102

3

dial-num-analyser

DNA does not properly use the device mobility CSS from device pool

CSCud21371

3

elm

JPN: ELM: Description of License is garbled in License

CSCud25936

3

elm

License install with cert should fail if the clock is way behind

CSCud68280

3

elm

Standalone ELM set network hostname command doesn't update DB properly

CSCud69222

3

elm

DRS Restore Fails when FIPS is enabled

CSCud51221

3

ext-mobility

EMServiceServelet doesn't accept special characters (<, &)

CSCud62438

3

ext-mobility

Randomly EM username not remembered (Remember the Last User Logged true)

CSCsy73190

3

ipma-service

Unable to change the default assistant from Manager UI and Assistant con

CSCuc84064

3

jtapisdk

Get post condition fail on connect to prefixDpark

CSCud12752

3

jtapisdk

Get party info length incorrect after drop shareline from conference

CSCud15589

3

jtapisdk

Get wrong number of connection after transfer from remote device to HL

CSCud05621

3

rtmt

RTMT version 8.9X and 9.0 still reference the deprecated NetDump utility

CSCud22600

3

rtmt

Periodic RTMT 'Add Certificate to Store' pop-ups during normal operation

CSCud44059

3

rtmt

Session Trace cannot find SIP message when GZO file changes to GZ

CSCud12493

3

sch

Special char entry in Call Home page throw DB error

CSCuc85754

3

selinux

Identity change process intermittently fails due to hostname not updating

CSCud18819

3

serv-soap

Log collection SOAP API stops unexpectedly

CSCud13670

3

tapisdk

LINE_REMOVE event not returned on disabling SuperProvider at user admin

CSCud37116

3

tapisdk

dwParam2 (cause code) has changed in 9.0 causing compatability issue

CSCud23599

3

tftp

CSCtq39584 fix is failing to clear active connections

CSCud67624

3

ucm-user-licensing

TelePresence Room license requirements require additional Enhanced

CSCuc02731

3

uri-dialing

Some special character cannot be dialed from phone

Open Caveats for IM and Presence Service Release 9.1(1a)

The following table lists open caveats that may cause unexpected behavior in the latest IM and Presence Service release. These caveats may also be open in previous releases. Bugs are listed in alphabetical order by component and then in numerical order by severity.

Table 2 Open Caveats for IM and Presence Service Release 9.1(1a)

Identifier

Severity

Component

Headline

CSCtw75780

3

bat

Some imported contacts' presence not showing when max contacts size set

CSCtz96671

3

cupxcpconfig

Incorrect restart notification for sub's XMPP fed connection manager

CSCuc76484

3

database

Exception thrown when executing "dbl sync -- updstat"

CSCud22574

3

epe

Out of memory on startup due to large number of WinfoEventTable entries

CSCua09500

3

epe

Presence engine hangs on startup

CSCua41574

3

epe

HA issue: users logging out on the sub when xcp router comes up on pub

CSCua60813

3

epe

Presence Engine core dump if IMDB services shut down on large system

CSCtz99702

3

epe

HA issue: users logging out on the sub when xcp router comes up on pub

CSCub30575

3

gui

JPN:CUP: OS Admin: Error occurs when opening HELP

CSCtr36119

3

gui-troubleshooter

Exchange Server Status reports false positives

CSCuc95669

3

security

IPSec cannot be set up because ipsec-truststore cannot accept leaf certs

CSCud22455

4

security

Setting Admin CLI admin user password returns an incorrect error message

CSCtz25566

3

security

HA can't be enabled - version missing

CSCud51156

3

security

SUB upgrade fails with FIPS enabled

CSCud34859

3

selinux

Third Party LDAP Connection Troubleshooter test fails to run

CSCua57924

3

serviceability

Warn admin when taking critical services down with HA enabled

CSCub10356

3

serviceability

IM&P node cannot access / control a peer node's services on the GUI

CSCuc32578

3

serviceability

Most the services holding to STARTING state for long time

CSCtn62906

4

database

Incorrect destination ports for MER after upgrade 7.X -> 8.X

CSCud00064

4

gui-admin

CM Presence Gateway can't be configured using DNS SRV FQDN

CSCtj69153

5

gui-admin

CM Presence Gateway can't be configured using DNS SRV FQDN

CSCua68248

6

epe

Add NTLMv2 support to CUP Exchange Calendaring

CSCtr42784

6

gui

Admin GUIs appear partially translated for unsupported locales

Open Caveats for Enterprise License Manager 9.1(1)

The caveats in the table which follows describe possible unexpected behavior in the latest Enterprise License Manager release. These caveats may also be open in previous releases.

Device Description Fix

License Migration Utility

  • Supports license upgrades for Unified Communication Manager versions 6.X to 8.X
  • Uninstalled DLUs and unregistered license PAKs must be fulfilled and installed prior to Unified Communication Manager upgrade
  • Migration to 9.1(1) through 9.0(1) may result in a license upgrade failure
  • Installing invalid licenses prior to upgrade to 9.1(1) may result in a license upgrade failure
  • For Release 5.x and pre-Release 5.0 systems, submit a case to licensing@cisco.com
  • Uninstalled DLUs and unregistered PAKs cannot be installed onto Enterprise License Manager. Submit a case to licensing@cisco.com

Upgrades to Release 9.0(1) or Release 9.1(1).

Upgrade orders for Release 9.0(1) or Release 9.1(1) do not issue any license PAKs. License upgrades to Release 9.0(1) or Release 9.1(1) are done through the license migration utility on the Enterprise License Manager.

Use the license migration utility to migrate existing (installed) licenses to Release 9.0(1) or Release 9.1(1). From the Enterprise License Manager go to License Management > License Planning > Upgrade Licenses.

Upgrades from Release 9.0(1) to Release 9.1(1)

Cisco UWL Premium and Advanced UCL licenses issued for Release 9.0(1) are not recognized by Enterprise License Manager 9.1(1). License files containing Cisco UWL Premium and Advanced UCL licenses must be submitted back to Cisco for replacement and re-issuance to an Enterprise License Manager 9.1(1) license file.

If your license file includes UWL Premium or Advanced UCL, contact Cisco at uc91-license@cisco.com for license file replacement.

Enterprise License Manager Release 9.1(1) does not recognize Unified Communications Manager Release 9.0(1)

Enterprise License Manager Release 9.1(1) does not recognize Unified Communications Manager Release 9.0(1) license requirements

Upgrade Unified Communications Manager 9.0(1) to Unified Communications Manager 9.1(1). If your license file includes UWL Premium or Advanced UCL, contact Cisco at uc91-license@cisco.com for license file replacement.