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Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.3(2)

Table Of Contents

Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.3(2)

Contents

Introduction

Platform Support

Software Required

Required Swap Space

Host Hardware Requirements

Host Minimum Server Requirements

Media Gateway Hardware Requirements

Local Area Network Switch

Supported Features

Cisco MGC Management

Switching Protocols Supported

Related Documentation

Before Installation

After Installation

General Purpose Documents

Documentation Map

Installation Notes

Acquiring the Software

Installing and Upgrading the Software

Determining Which Protocol Patches/Families Are Installed On Your System

Determining Your System's Patch Level

New Features in This Release

Israeli ISUP

Support for ANSI 2000

Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator

Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI card support

PCI & MCI Support for UK ISUP

Overdecadic Digit Support for Finnish ISUP

Nigerian ISUP

Configurable Charge Number Change Request

CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB Featurette

Remove Total Number of Dialplans Limitation Featurette

Global Screening Database Table

Overdecadics Support in SSUTR2 (Q767_RUSS)

New Log Types Window in Log Viewer

Configurable ISUP Timers

SIP to SIP Calling (Hairpinning)

Seamless Upgrade

Advice of Charge Support of the Charge Generation Point

H.323 Call Forwarding Support

Range Checking of Properties

New Package—CSCOga005.pkg

Improved SIP Failover Support

Dual CLI Interworking With VoIP Network (Switched)

Dual CLI Interworking With VoIP Network (Nailed)

Support for Individual Supervision Messages

Allow Multiple PCIs in All Protocols

Invite Without Session Description Protocol

Geographic Separation of Active and Standby MGC Hosts

Codec Selection

ISUP PCI and MCI Support

New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts

Features Implemented in Release 9.3(1)T

NOA, Cause14, 32 and Overdecadic Digit Support for Spain/Italy/Belgium

NOA, Cause14, 32 and Overdecadic Digit Support for Spain

NOA, Cause14, 32 Digit Support for Sweden

Support for ANSI E1

Israel ISUP Support

Disable MGCP-NTFY Response Timer to Allow VPDN Tunnel Support

New Version of Times Ten Database Software

Option 1

Option 2

Solaris 8 Run Time Environment

Protocol File Rename

Advice Of Charge Support for India ISUP

Provisioning of Dual CLI

Software Inventory Control

Software Inventory Control Feature Modification

Route and Advance and Redirection on Cause Code

Circuit Reservation

MGCP Dial Package—Enhanced MGCP Controlled Hairpinning

Network Access Server (NAS) Package for MGC Protocol

INAP for Pre-Paid Services

Support for IRI/ORI in Q.767

Mandatory CLI Over Trunk Group

BTNUP 3.1 KHz Custom Configuration

LNP Enhancements to Q.761_Portugal Protocol

New Shared Memory Segment

36 GB Disk Drive Upgrade

B-Digit Modification Enhancement

Commands Removed From Release 9.3(2)

Software Patches

System Level Equivalency

Patch Test Combinations

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Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

Routing Distribution Not Supported in SIP to SIP Calls

PGW Should Support the Option of Sending Hardware Block Messages

Link and Call States for New Object Not Synchronized to Standby After prov-copy/prov-sync

Upgrading to Release 9.6(1)

Upgrading From Releases 9.3, 9.4, and 9.5:

Japanese Point Code Transmission

Simple Resource Control Protocol

Improved SIP Failover Support

Validation Rules of Cisco Solaris Packages Are Incomplete (mgcrestore/mgcbackup)

Remove 32 Digit Support from ISUPV2_FINNISH96

CDR Does Not Show Tech Prefix in Tag 4014

Taking a Signal Path Resource Out Of Service

Provisioning From a New Configuration

Using prov-cpy/prov-sync To Commit Configuration Changes on a Fault-Tolerant System

SIP Redundancy Feature Might Cause PGW Nodes to Show Same IP Address

Carrier Table Migration From Release 9.2(2) to Release 9.3(2)

Pkg42

Variant.dat/lib Directory

Supported Protocols in Release 9.3(2)

Provisioning Command carriertbl Not Supported in Release 9.3(2)

DefaultCARIDNetId Field Entries Are Validated In Release 9.3(2)

Modifying the OPC of an SS7 Route

Migration of Dialplans Failed From 7.4(x) to 9.3(x)

Conditional Routing Name Validation in Release 9.2(2)

New/Enhanced Tags

Caveats

Caveats

Obtaining Documentation and Technical Assistance


Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.3(2)


June 28, 2007

These release notes describe the features and caveats for the Cisco media gateway controller (MGC) software Release 9.3(2).


Note The Cisco MGC Software was formerly called the Cisco Telephony Controller software. Some documentation might use this older name.


Contents

Introduction

Platform Support

Supported Features

Switching Protocols Supported

Related Documentation

Installation Notes

Determining Which Protocol Patches/Families Are Installed On Your System

Determining Your System's Patch Level

New Features in This Release

Commands Removed From Release 9.3(2)

Software Patches

Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

Supported Protocols in Release 9.3(2)

Caveats

Obtaining Documentation and Technical Assistance

Introduction

Interoperability between the old world TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) networks and the new world packet networks is an essential part of the technology adoption life cycle for packet networks. This release of the Cisco PGW 2200 PSTN Gateway provides the bridge between the legacy public switched telephone network (PSTN) and next-generation packet networks - supporting SS7 interconnect for dial and H.323 and SIP networks and intelligent call control and routing for media gateway control protocol (MGCP), session initiation protocol (SIP) and H.323 networks.

The Cisco PGW 2200 provides a consistent and unified interconnection that can handle dialup services, MGCP, SIP, and H.323, as well as future standards. The PGW 2200 allows service providers to deploy and operate multiple network solutions while maintaining a stable interconnection to the PSTN.

Platform Support

For a list of supported platforms refer to the following documents:

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Hardware Installation Guide
Chapter 1, Table 1-1, Cisco MGC Host Configurations, at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_guide_book09186a00805daff7.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide
(Chapter 1) at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

Software Required

For a list of required software, refer to Chapter 1 of the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

Required Swap Space

For the Cisco MGC software, you need to partition 4 GB of swap space. Setting swap space at installation is recommended; however, you can change swap space at a later date by adding a swap file or repartitioning the swap space using the format menu (for example, reassigning how many cylinders are in each partition). The swap space requirement is determined by the amount of traffic. As traffic increases, you should use the top command in UNIX to see how much swap space is being used; you should then decide if more is needed. You can use the MML command rtrv-ne-health to obtain information from the UNIX top from within MML.

Host Hardware Requirements

Host Minimum Server Requirements

Refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Hardware Installation Guide for the host minimum hardware requirements. Before using the minimum hardware configuration, consult with your Cisco representative to determine the hardware that will give you the best performance results based on your network configuration, proposed traffic, and desired processing power.

Media Gateway Hardware Requirements

Table 1 lists URLs for release notes that document media gateways.

Table 1 Media Gateway Release Notes Locations

Media Gateway Release Notes
Release Notes Location

MGX8260 (for Cisco SS7 PRI Grooming Application)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wanbu/mgx8260/Rel1_2/relnotes/61753.htm

VISM (for Cisco Tandem Offload Application)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wanbu/mgx8850/vism21/210rnote.htm


Local Area Network Switch

Your application might use one or more local area network (LAN) switches from the Cisco Catalyst Switch family to connect the Cisco MGC host to the MGWs and to the Cisco SLTs.


Note User documentation refers to the Cisco Catalyst 5500 switch family (NEBS-compliant). The Cisco Catalyst 2900 XL is another NEBS-compliant LAN switch that can be used for a small configuration, but current MGC user documentation does not address the Cisco Catalyst 2900 XL. Refer to the Cisco Catalyst 2900 XL documentation for information about this switch.



Note A LAN switch is not provided with the Cisco MGC.


Supported Features

The features listed in Table 2 were inherited from earlier releases of the Cisco MGC Software, and are still supported in Release 9.3(2).

Table 2 Supported Features in Release 9.3(2) 

Feature
Purpose

Long-distance service through both indirect and direct access

Replaces the need for traditional TDM equipment.

Support for domestic and international dialing plans

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for automatic number identification (ANI) authorization

Adds security and prevents fraudulent use of the network.

Support for toll-free and 8XX numbers through the service control point (SCP)

Allows callers to use the free phone and premium services across the Tandem/Transit network.

Centralized element manager

Provides a method to configure and monitor the network.

ISUP PSTN interconnect with full COT support

Provides verification of the voice path.

Support for ISDN direct-access lines

Allows direct line access to the Cisco MGC.

Support for E-ISUP inter-MGC signaling

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for generic routing

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for MGCP 0.1

Allows the Cisco MGC to control media gateway connections.

Edge-to-edge security

Prevents fraudulent use of the network.

Support for carrier-grade quality of service (QoS)

Replaces the need for traditional TDM equipment.

Support for SS7-to-SS7, SS7-to-ISDN, SS7-to-SIP, SS7 -to-H.323, ISDN -to-SIP, ISDN-to-H.323, and ISDN-to-ISDN call types

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for voice-band telephony

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for ISDN data calls

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for real-time fax relay

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for modem passthrough

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for Cisco media gateways

Protects investment in Cisco equipment.

Provides a reliable IP link between Cisco MGC and access servers with Reliable User Datagram Protocol (RUDP)

No single point of failure in connection between media gateways and the Cisco MGC.

Call detail records for PSTN billing

Meets carrier-grade PSTN requirements to migrate existing voice revenue streams to the packet environment and to create new voice service opportunities. Provides a CDR viewer to view billing records.

Facility associated signaling provided by the Cisco SLTs (T1/E1 WIC, optional with SS7)

Grooms off the bearer channels and then delivers them to the media gateway.

Delivers MTP-3 to the MGC host over IP.

High Availability platform

Established calls are maintained when there is a switchover from the active MGC host to its paired standby host.

Sun Solaris 8

Y2K compliant

Open computing platform

Support for 1000+ destination point codes (DPCs)

Support for up to six origination point codes (OPCs)

Supports 504 PRI D channels

Scales cost-effectively to central office size

Flexible and scalable

Quasi-associated or fully associated signaling

Ready for international markets.

Complete continuity check (two-wire and four-wire)

Meets interconnect requirements.

NEBS Level 3 compliant

Telco-ready.

Several simplex or high availability platform options

Cost-effective options.


Cisco MGC Management

Table 3 provides an overview of the management components of the Cisco MGC.

Table 3 Management Components of the Cisco MGC 

Management Component
Description

Cisco Voice Service Provisioning Tool (VSPT)

The Cisco VSPT is a configuration/provisioning tool for the Cisco PGW 2200 and controlled media gateways. You can use its facilities to create, copy, modify, and deploy the configuration for the Media Gateway Controller host.

Alarms

The Cisco MGC supports a comprehensive set of alarms (in accordance with ITU X.733):

Processing errors

QoS alarms

Equipment alarms

Communications alarms

Environment alarms

You can adjust the severity of alarms and thresholds to match your carrier's severity level definitions. You can also configure the system to generate real-time alarms to local or remote terminals. All alarms are written to a log file in an uncompressed format for easy retrieval.

PEG counts

You can obtain a variety of usage statistics from the Cisco MGC. The data is recorded real-time and written to a file. You can specify the statistics to be collected and the time intervals for collection and writing to file. Each PEG count record includes:

Start time

Duration

Measured value

Category

Element measured

Cisco MGC Node Manager (CMNM)

CMNM is both a software requirement and a network management tool. It provides network management for the Cisco PGW 2200 that is beyond the provisioning functionality provided by the VSPT


Switching Protocols Supported

The Cisco SS7 PRI Gateway solution supports the SS7 and ISDN PRI (ANSI, ITU, and ETSI).

Related Documentation

Before Installation

Before you install the Cisco MGC software, consult the following related documentation for information about hardware installation and system requirements:

The Overview Guide for your solution

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Hardware Installation Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_guide_book09186a00805daff7.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_regulatory_approvals_and_compliance09186a008021c72f.html

The Gateway Installation Guide for your solution

After Installation

After you install the Cisco MGC software, consult the following related documentation for information on configuring and provisioning your system:

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Provisioning Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_configuration_guide_book09186a008007ddbd.html

The Provisioning Guide for your solution

Load the most recent patch set. Patches can be found at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/kobayashi/sw-center/sw-voice.shtml

General Purpose Documents

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_maintenance_guide_book09186a008007e563.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Messages Reference Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_technical_reference_book09186a008007dcb8.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 MML Command Reference Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_command_reference_book09186a00806e24ae.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Dial Plan Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_configuration_guide_book09186a008007e020.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing Interface Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_technical_reference_book09186a008009b07b.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9,5(2) MIBs

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_technical_reference_book09186a008061236b.html

Documentation Map

Installation Notes

This section contains information and procedures you can use to remove, upgrade, or install the Cisco MGC software. It also contains information about software patches.

Acquiring the Software

The Cisco MGC software is provided to customers on CD. Before installing the software, check the Solution release notes and the web for the most current patch level. If the information on the CD matches the information provided on the web and in the Solution release notes, the software and patch information can be installed directly from the CD.

Complete the following procedure to obtain software patches from CCO:


Step 1 From the Cisco Connection Online page, select the Software Center link (located under Service and Support).

The Technical Assistance Center page displays.

Step 2 From the Technical Assistance Center page, select the Voice Software link (located under Software Products and Downloads).

The Voice Software page displays.

Step 3 From the Voice Software page, select the Login option (located across the top of the page).

A login box displays.

Step 4 Enter your CCO user name and password then press OK.

After authentication the Voice Software page displays.

Step 5 Select the link for the desired software release. Software release links are located under the Cisco Media Gateway Controller heading.

Installing and Upgrading the Software


Warning Before upgrading from a current version of Software Release 9 to a higher level, you must verify software release version compatibility by contacting Cisco TAC (see Obtaining Documentation and Technical Assistance) or your Cisco account representative. Software release version incompatibility may cause service disruption.



Warning Before upgrading, refer to the "New Version of Times Ten Database Software" (page 27).


If you are installing software Release 9.3(2) for the first time, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide for instructions.


Note In the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide, observe the following change: In the "Configuring SNMP Support Resources" sections, SNMP MIB measurements are valid only on the active node. They are not replicated to the standby node.



Caution When upgrading a redundant system, verify that the pom.dataSync parameter (located in /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/XECfgParm.dat) is set to false to maintain calls and preserve your configuration.


Caution No validation is performed on the IDs you enter. If you enter an invalid ID, the utilities package does not add any accounts.


Tip If you have trouble installing the utilities package, make sure that you do not still have a transpath group in your group file (located in /etc).


Before installing the 9.3(2) software, you must remove all packages and remnants of previous releases of Media Gateway Controller, VSC, or SC2200 software, including drivers and utilities, because of structural changes within the executables, libraries, operating system, and packaging. You should start with a fresh system.

Determining Which Protocol Patches/Families Are Installed On Your System

Complete the following procedure to determine which protocol patches are installed on your system:


Step 1 cd /opt/SW

Step 2 # ./patch status


The following is an example of the patch status command.

Currently installed protocol packages are:
00 
01 
30 

Note Package 00 is the base protocol software. It must always be installed on your system with any protocol version.


After obtaining a listing of protocol families that are installed on your system, use the protocol family numbers to determine what protocols are included in a package.

The following protocol families are available in Release 9.2(2):

Table 4 Protocol Families for Release 9.3(2) 

Protocol Type
Protocol Family Number
Protocol Family Contents

Miscellaneous Protocols

01

BTNUP_BTNR167
BTNUP_IUP

02

IETF_DCS
IETF_SIP
MGCPCAS

SS7 Protocol Family

10

ANSISS7_92
ANSISS7_CLEAR
ANSISS7_MCI
ANSISS7_STANDARD
GR317
GR317_C1
GR317_NOTPTX

PRI Protocol Family

20

ATT_41459
ATT_41459_C2
BELL_1268
BELL_1268_C3
BELL_SGCP

21

ETS_300_102
ETS_300_102_C1
ETS_300_121
ETS_300_172
ETS_300_356

Q761 Version 1 Protocol Family

30

Q761_ARGENTINA
Q761_ARGENTINA_C2
Q761_AUSTRL
Q761_AUSTRL_C2
Q761_BASE
Q761_BELG_BCOM
Q761_BELG_ISUP_CUJO
Q761_BELG_MOBI

31

Q761_CHILE
Q761_CHINA
Q761_CHINA_MOB
Q761_DANISH
Q761_INDIA
Q761_JAPAN
Q761_KOREAN
Q761_NEWZEALAND

32

Q761_97VER_BASE
Q761_PERU
Q761_PORTUGAL
Q761_SIEMENS_MOBI
Q761_SINGAPORE
Q761_SINGAPORE_C2
Q761_TAIWAN
Q761_THAILAND

33

HKTA_2202
ISUPV1_POLI

Q761 Version 2 Protocol Family

40

ISUPV2_32DIG
ISUPV2_AUSTRIAN
ISUPV2_CZECH
ISUPV2_FINNISH96
ISUPV2_FRENCH
ISUPV2_GERMAN
ISUPV2_JAPAN
ISUPV2_KPNPB

41

ISUPV2_NORWEGIAN
ISUPV2_NTT
ISUPV2_SPANISH
ISUPV2_SWISS
ISUPV2_SWISS_C2
ISUPV2_TELEFONICA
ISUPV2_TOKYO
ISUPV2_VIETNAM

Q761 Version 3 Protocol Family

50

ISUPV3
ISUPV3_FRENCH
ISUPV3_UK
ISUPV3_UK_AXE10
ISUPV3_UK_AXE10_BTNETCHAT
ISUPV3_UK_BTNETCHAT

Q721 Protocol Family

60

Q721_BASE
Q721_BRAZILIAN
Q721_CHINA
Q721_FRENCH
Q721_PHILLIPINE

Q767 Protocol Family

70

Q767_BASE
Q767_BRAZIL
Q767_COLOMBIA
Q767_GUATEMALA Q767_INDONESIA
Q767_ITAL Q767_ITAL_INTERCONNECT Q767_MEXICAN

71

Q767_RUSS
Q767_SINGAPORE
Q767_SPAN
Q767_SWED
Q767_TELSTRA
Q767_TURKISH

Q931 Protocol Family

80

Q931
Q931_AUSTRALIA
Q931_SINGAPORE


Determining Your System's Patch Level

To determine the patch level installed on your system, use the following command:

pkginfo | grep CSCO

The following is an example of the pkginfo command.

# pkginfo | grep CSCO 
application CSCO00015      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software core system 
protocols 
application CSCO01015      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Miscellaneous 
Protocols 
application CSCO30015      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Q761 Version1 
family protocols 
application CSCOga000      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Licensing 
Components 
application CSCOga001      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Application 
application CSCOga002      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Database Components 
application CSCOga003      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software SNMP Components 
application CSCOga004      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Toolkit 
Applications 
application CSCOgc001      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Configuration & 
Data Migration 
application CSCOgs014      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Patch Package 
application CSCOgt001      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Analyzer/Simulator 
utilities   CSCOgu000      Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Common Utilities & 
Libraries 
utilities   CSCOh015       Media Gateway Controller Solaris 8 Patch Cluster 

In this example output of pkginfo, protocol patch CSCOnn015 and system patch CSCOgs014 are installed. Additionally, for each protocol patch, an entry is listed for each protocol family that is installed, protocol families 00, 01, and 30 are shown here.

The entry CSCO00015 indicates that protocol patch 015 (indicated by the last three digits) has protocol family 00 (indicated by the two digits preceding the last three digits) installed. The protocol packages are shown as CSCOnnvvv where:

nn—indicates the protocol family

vvv—indicates the version level of the patch


Note For more information on determining your patch level refer to the Software Patches section (page 35) of this document.


New Features in This Release

Israeli ISUP

This featurette (CSCdy26193) adds support for the Israeli ISUP based on the existing base implementation for the ETS 300 356 standard. A new MDO (ISUPV2_ISRAEL.mdo/ISUPV2_ISRAEL.so) has been created. Major deviations from the existing base implementations are:

Support for charging mechanism defined in Israel ISUP; this involves handling of new charge related messages and parameters.

Support to hide the visibility of unsupported messages and parameters in base implementation.

Changes to accommodate the maximum number of circuits in Circuit group blocking and Circuit Group Reset Messages (31 instead of 32 in base version).

Additional support for rerouting requirements specific to Israeli ISUP.

Since the charge messages are ignored in Type A and transparently passed in Type B, the measurements of these messages are ignored for the current implementation.


Note This featurette was introduced in this release in patches CSCOnn003.


Support for ANSI 2000

This featurette (CSCeb22888) adds ANSI 2000 ISUP support on the PGW for transit scenarios. This includes switched, call-control solution (using EISUP), and nailed, signaling mode solutions using GTD.

The following changes were made:

Support added for Application Transport Message (for transit scenario)

Support added for Segmentation messages

Support added for Parameter Compatibility and message compatibility procedures

Support added for the following parameters:

Application Transport

Calling Geodetic Location

Carrier Service provider Identification

Local Service Provider Identifier

Message Compatibility Information

Network Management Controls

Network Specific Facility

Optional FCI

Parameter Compatibility Information

Pivot Capability

Pivot routing Indicator

Redirect Backward Info

Redirect Capability

Redirect Counter

Redirect Forward Info

Redirect Status

Support added to EISUP and GTD for above parameters and messages

Support added for new cause codes

The Pre-release message is not supported (not required)


Note There are no changes to circuit related procedures from the base ANSI 1995.



Note Since number portability related changes are already supported by the ANSI implementation (ANSI 1995) in PGW, no changes have been made to those parameters/procedures.


The following two new mdl files were created for ANSI 2000:

ansiSS7_2k.mdl

ansiSS7_2k_type.mdl

Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator

This featurette (CSCec06961) provides a configurable option to set the Calling Party Number Incomplete Indicator field within IAM to Incomplete for all calls. A new sigPath property (*.cgpnForceIncomplete) has been created to enable this functionality. This property is read by the protocol when packing the Calling Party Number parameter in an outgoing message. If the property is set, then the protocol overrides the Call Context value so that the Incomplete Indicator is Incomplete (1).

Valid values are: 0-(default) (disable function and allow the protocol to set its value normally) and 1-(incomplete)

This newly patched property is only available in properties.dat in the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory. To enable this featurette on existing 9.3(2) and 9.4(1) configurations, do one of the following:

Provision from new

Contact TAC to have properties.dat (located in /opt/CiscoMGC/etc and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link) edited. This requires a switchover in order for the system to read the new property.


Note Customers upgrading to release 9.5(1) and above can provision this property normally from MML.



Note This featurette only affects the ISUP protocols that use the Incomplete Indicator as part of the Calling Party Number parameter. These include all variants of: Q721, Q761, Q767, and EISUP.



Note This featurette was introduced in this release in patches CSCOnn027 and CSCOgs024.


Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI card support

This featurette (CSCeb42446 and CSCeb42459) provides support for the Netra 20+ platform along with the ce Ethernet interface PCI card.

PCI & MCI Support for UK ISUP

This featurette (CSCea43347) enhances the UK ISUP featurette (on the PGW 2200) to support sending and receiving the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and Message Compatibility Information (MCI).

Overdecadic Digit Support for Finnish ISUP

This featurette (CSCea14531) extends the Finnish ISUP to add 32 digit and overdecadic digit (A-F) support.


Note This featurette was added in patch CSCOnn010.



Note 32 digit support has been removed from ISUPV2_FINNISH96. This option was removed from this software release in patch CSCOnn026. For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCec30533 and to the Remove 32 Digit Support from ISUPV2_FINNISH96 section of Known Issues and Operational Recommendations in this document.


Nigerian ISUP

This featurette (CSCea64093) implements the ISUP variant for Nigeria. The Nigerian ISUP featurette supports the services defined in Q.767 and additionally supports the transit of the following supplementary services messages:

Call forwarding unconditional (CFU)

Call forwarding busy (CFB)

Call forwarding on no reply (CFNR)

The following mdl files were created for the Nigerian ISUP:

q767_nigerian.mdl—contains the source code.

q767_nigerian_type.mdl—contains the type definitions for various messages, parameters, etc.

The following new messages were implemented for the Nigerian ISUP:

Charge Information Message (CRG)

Trunk Offer Message (TOF)

The following new parameters were implemented for the Nigerian ISUP:

Charge Band Number—valid values are:

000 (no charge)

001-058 (periodic pulse metering or multi metering)

059-060 (spare)

061-070 (initial multi metering)

071-080 (periodic pulse metering)

081-100 (spare)

101-110 (initial multi metering)

111-255 (spare)

Number of Charging Units—valid values are: 0 (spare) and 1 (number of charging units)

National Forward Call Indicator


Note This featurette was introduced in patch CSCOnn023.


Configurable Charge Number Change Request

This featurette (CSCeb37486) allows outgoing IAM messages to be populated with a configurable charge number for calls originating in the VoIP network.

Complete the following procedure to implement this featurette:


Step 1 Stop the MGC software on the standby system (hereafter referred to as MGC#1).

Step 2 Using an editor, such as vi, add the *.VoipOrigChargeNum parameter to XECfgParm.dat. This parameter should be equal to the desired charge number. For example:

*.VoipOrigChargeNum=7034843000

Step 3 Restart the MGC software.

Step 4 Switchover so that MGC#1 is the active system.

Step 5 Stop the MGC software on the standby system (MGC#2).

Step 6 Using an editor, such as vi, add the *.VoipOrigChargeNum parameter to XECfgParm.dat.

Step 7 Restart the MGC software.



Note The *.VoipOrigChargeNum parameter must be added to XECfgParm.dat before restarting the MGC software. Cisco recommends adding the parameter after loading patches CSCOnn020 and CSCOgs017.



Note The *.VoipOrigChargeNum parameter must be added to XECfgParm.dat on both the active and standby systems. This parameter will not be migrated.



Note If you do not want to implement this functionality you must either delete the property from XECfgParm.dat or comment it out. Setting the property to zero does not stop the replacement of the calling party number.


CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB Featurette

This featurette (CSCea23294) adds the following new fields to the existing 1110 CDB:

Origination Point Code (OPC)

Destination Point Code (DPC)

Circuit Identification Code (CIC)

For more information refer to Table 14 New/Enhanced Tags.


Note For proper operation of this featurette, both the active and standby systems must have patches CSCOnn011 and CSCOgs010 installed.


Remove Total Number of Dialplans Limitation Featurette

This featurette (CSCdz39481) removes the limitation of the number of dialplans that can be supported on the PGW 2200.

You can configure up to 98 dialplans provided only installed and mml configured files are present in your /opt/CiscoMGC/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_<dirname> directory.

During patch upgrade you must ensure that there are no more than 127 files in your /opt/CiscoMGC/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_<dirname> directory before upgrading the active and standby systems to the same patch level.

The following new error messages have been created:

Table 5 New Error Messages for the Remove Total Number of Dialplans Limitation Featurette 

XEFileService::tftp_readfile: temporary file create error: filename <Name>, errno = <value>

Description: Displayed when FileService fails to create Temp File to store the received file.

XEFileService::tftp_writefile: Failed to open file: <Name>, errno: <value>

Description: This message is displayed when FileService fails to open the file to transmit.

XEFileService::tftp_readReceived: Failed to open file: <Name>, errno: <value>

Description: This message is displayed when FileService fails to open the file to transmit.

XEFileService::tftp_writeReceived: cannot create temporary file: <Name>, errno = <value>

Description: This message is displayed when FileService fails to open the file to transmit.

XEFileService::tftp_ackReceived: Block# <value>, Too Many Ack Mismatch, Waiting# <value>, Send error message to peer

Description: This message is displayed when FileService receives Too many out of sequence packets from the peer.

XEFileService::tftp_dataReceived: Block# <value>, Too many Mismatch, Waiting: <value>, Sending Error Message to Peer, Removing temp file <Name>

Description: This message is displayed when Multiple out of sequence data packets are received.

XEFileService::tftp_dataReceived: Block# <value>, File write error. Send error message to peer. Removing temp file <Name>

Description: This message is displayed when FileService fails to write the received data to file.

XEFileService::tftp_endReceived: Error on rename: temp file is: <Name>, file to write to is: <Name>, errono <value>

Description: This message is displayed when FileService fails to rename the temp file to final file name.


Global Screening Database Table

This featurette (CSCuk37673) provides a single global screening table that is accessible from every dialplan without specific definition. It allows you to handle screening from a single database table instead of using multiple copies of screening tables by constructing a global database with a customer group id (GLBL) that can be searched from any dialplan.


Note For existing customers (customers with existing screening entries), the file digitanalysis.dat must be updated so that the engine acknowledges the new (GLBL.dialplan) dialplan file.



Note The prov-export command has been modified to extract global screening data (if any exists) from the TimesTen database after all dialplans are processed.


Global screening data is stored in the following files:

GLBL.awhite

GLBL.ablack

GLBLbwhite

GLBLbblack

Screening includes the following new values:

dw1 value 3—global whitelist screening

dw1 value 4—global blacklist screening


Note These values indicate that the global database table is being used to process a screening request. The customer group id submitted to TimesTen is GLBL regardless of the customer group id of the active dialplan. These values are verified during provisioning validation.



Note If the data word value indicates that global screening is used, then the current customer group id is ignored and the request is submitted with the customer group id of GLBL.


Overdecadics Support in SSUTR2 (Q767_RUSS)

This featurette (CSCdz07399) provides overdecadics support for ITU Cause 14.

New Log Types Window in Log Viewer

This featurette (CSCdz01440) gives you quicker access to the different log types. A new window, File Type, has been added to Toolkit. The File Type window allows you to select the mml or platform log that you want to search.

Configurable ISUP Timers

This featurette (CSCdv04363) enables you to modify the settings of the local ISUP timers. Other timers cannot be changed.


Note If a specified timer value is out-of-range or null, the default value for that timer (per specification) is used.


The default values and valid ranges for each of the timers can be found in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Provisioning Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_configuration_guide_book09186a008007ddbd.html

A list of the configurable ISUP timers and their associated protocols and the procedure for modifying and verifying the values used for the ISUP timers can be found in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_maintenance_guide_book09186a008007e563.html

SIP to SIP Calling (Hairpinning)

This featurette (CSCdx12460) allows the PGW 2200 to support the network clearing house concept for SIP-to-SIP calls. SIP-to-SIP calling includes SIP-to-SIP calls on the same PGW 2200 and SIP-to-SIP calls that traverse between PGWs over EISUP. The SIP-SIP calls can traverse EISUP for basic calls.

The PGW 2200 acts as a proxy in the network. It stays in the loop of signaling, using the Record-Route header for billing purposes. As a proxy function, SIP messages are not modified; only the Via and Route headers. SIP-to-SIP calls are preserved through failover.

For more information on SIP-to-SIP calling refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_maintenance_guide_book09186a008007e563.html

Seamless Upgrade

This featurette provides seamless software upgrade/downgrade on the MGC Host. Existing services, such as active calls, sigpath states, and provisioning information are not impacted. The following restrictions apply to this featurette:

Some MML provisioning commands are restricted during software upgrade (based on software releases), for example, the PROV-STA and PROV-SYNC commands.

Other non-session oriented MML provisioning commands, (TimeTens related) are restricted during software upgrade (7.4(11) and 7.4(12) releases only).

Table 6 lists the minimum patch level that must be installed on your system before using the seamless upgrade feature.

Table 6 Minimum Patch Level Required

Release:
Feature introduced in patch combinations:

7.4(11)

patch level greater than or equal to CSCOgp087 and CSCOgp088

7.4(12)

patch level greater than or equal to CSCOgp029 and CSCOgs025

9.1(5)

patch level greater than or equal to CSCOgp019 and CSCOgs015

9.2(2)

patch level greater than or equal to CSCOnn022 and CSCOgs021

9.3(1)T

patch level greater than or equal to CSCOnn006 and CSCOgs007



Note The latest version of a patch is always required. Refer to CCO to determine the latest patch version available.



Caution When migrating from release 9.2(2) to release 9.3(2), you must backup your /opt/SW/ directory and then remove the files located in that directory before performing the upgrade. For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCea04008.

Advice of Charge Support of the Charge Generation Point

This featurette (CSCdx30151) validates received information and sends an APM message with positive or negative charging acknowledgement information (CRGA) back to the succeeding exchange or network when the PGW2200's Terminating Call Control (TCC) side of a call receives an APM message with the charging tariff information (CRGT), the add-on charging information (AOCRG), or the charging acknowledgement information (CRGA) from a succeeding exchange or network.

Additionally, if the APP parameter received in another backward message (ACM, ANM...) contains charging information in its EAI octets, then the same validation and acknowledgement takes place. The TCC side's protocol is the German ISUP.

This featurette requests the capability to act as a CGP only to the extent of verifying that the Charging/Add-on Tariff Information (CRGT / AOCRG) message has the correct syntax and that its values are within range and send an acknowledgement back to the CDP. If the information supplied in the APP is incorrect, the PGW 2200 sends a negative acknowledgement. This will allow the PGW 2200 to pass German interconnect tests.


Note The actual charging of the calling subscriber is not based on the information from the CRGT. Charging is generated by the local services call control.


H.323 Call Forwarding Support

This featurette (CSCdx30169) is a portion of the overall requirement to meet German SS7 interconnect certification. It defines the H.323 Call Forwarding support for the PGW-HSI via an Application gatekeeper partner interaction. It uses GTD to transport the call forwarding signaling elements between the H.323 Gatekeeper and the PGW.

To support the function of call forwarding, BUSY, NO REPLY and UNCONDITIONAL, in the H323 network, the PGW HSI supports some new parameters and messages including the support of GTD to pass information to and from the H323 network.


Note This featurette was coded in anticipation of the feature being added to H.323. It is not usable until the corresponding H.323 development is complete.


Range Checking of Properties

This featurette (CSCdx12503):

provides basic validation when entering LinkSet, SigPath, and TrunkGroup properties. It verifies that property data is within specified ranges. The current implementation verifies the type (string or int), but does no centralized bounds checking.

simplifies the process of adding properties to VSPT. It provides the information to automate the checking of integer ranges and provides a list of strings allowed for a given property.

relocates the reading/writing of properties.dat from the POL to the DA in order to have one mechanism for accessing the file.


Note Existing user configurations that have properties that are not valid will not be impacted until changed; validation is done only as data is entered or modified. Data is stored to match the case of the properties and values but will be matched in a case insensitive manner.


New Package—CSCOga005.pkg

To meet requirements of the Range Checking of Properties feature and the need for an Oracle/XML parser, package CSCoga005.pkg has been added. Two directories, nlsdata and mesg, have been added under CiscoMGC/local.


Note Files contained in the nlsdata and mesg directories should not be handled by the user.


Improved SIP Failover Support

This featurette (CSCdw81250) uses a single IP address (and Domain Name) for SIP signaling. On failover, the newly active host activates the SIP IP address and the previously active host deactivates the SIP IP address.

This featurette assumes that the ipAddrLocalA local address defined in XECfgParm.dat is the same as IP_Addr1 local address. It also assumes ipAddrLocalB local address is the same as IP_Addr2 local address. The MGC_Setup program always configures IP_Addr1 equal to ipAddrLocalA and IP_Addr2 equal to ipAddrLocalB. This convention should be followed when configuring IP addresses.


Caution Do not use IP_Addr3 and IP_Addr4 for SESSIONSET objects of TYPE equal to BSMV0 or SIPLNK objects.

Dual CLI Interworking With VoIP Network (Switched)

This featurette (CSCdx05882) (in cases where the VoIP network endpoints only support a single CLI) provides the option for the PGW 2200 in a switched configuration to replace the Calling Party Number parameter with the information from the Generic Number (Additional Calling Party Number) when interworking to an H.323 or SIP network.

A configurable property for sigpath/trunkgrp is used to indicate if the Dual CLI feature is supported. If this property says supporting dual CLI, and the Additional Calling Party Number is presented in the Generic Number parameter of an incoming IAM message, then the Additional Calling Party Number is used as the Calling Party Number and is passed to the access network. This is applicable to all ITU ISUP variants that support the generic number parameter.

Dual CLI Interworking With VoIP Network (Nailed)

This featurette (CSCdw70479) (in cases where the VoIP network endpoints only support a single CLI) provides the option for the PGW 2200 in a nailed configuration to replace the Calling Party Number parameter with the information from the Generic Number (Additional Calling Party Number) when interworking to an H.323 or SIP network.

A configurable property for sigpath/trunkgrp is used to indicate if the Dual CLI feature is supported. If this property says supporting dual CLI, and the Additional Calling Party Number is presented in the Generic Number parameter of an incoming IAM message, then the Additional Calling Party Number is used as the Calling Party Number and is passed to the access network. This is applicable to all ITU ISUP variants that support the generic number parameter.

Support for Individual Supervision Messages

This featurette (CSCdx44266) allows you to configure the PGW to send group or individual circuit supervision messages to a DPC. The following circuit supervision messages are impacted:

Circuit Blocking

Circuit Reset

Circuit Unblocking

Circuit Query

This featurette uses the SigPath property CGBA2 which has a default value of 0.

0—PGW sends Group Circuit Supervision Messages to indicate the range of circuits affected by the action in the message.

1—PGW sends Individual Circuit Supervision Messages to indicate the range of circuits affected by the action in the message.


Note If the CGBA2 property is set to 1, range is not allowed in query-cic MML command.



Note The CGBA2 property does not affect SigPaths that do not support group circuit supervision messages, for example, TUP, BTNUP, ISDNPRI, and EISUP.



Note The CGBA2 property has no impact on the ability of the PGW to receive and process both group and individual circuit supervision messages.


For more information refer to the following documents:

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Provisioning Guide (CGBA2 property information) at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_configuration_guide_book09186a008007ddbd.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Guide (Support for Individual Supervision Messages) at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_maintenance_guide_book09186a008007e563.html

Allow Multiple PCIs in All Protocols

Previously, if the PGW 2200 received a message with more than one PCI parameter, an error was generated and the call was dropped. This featurette (CSCdx60152) modifies the PGW 2200 to allow multiple PCIs in a message for all protocols that support PCI. Only the first PCI is used, all other PCIs are ignored.

Invite Without Session Description Protocol

This featurette (CSCdx83968) provides the following SIP enhancements:

Support for Invite (or re-invite) without Session Description Protocol (SDP). Includes accepting the SDP in a subsequent 200 OK or ACK message. This feature allows a B2BUA connected to a PGW 2200 to originate and transfer calls to support features such as click to dial.

Support for Serial 18x response with or without SDP. The PGW 2200 can interwork with a B2BUA executing call forward no answer from devices that require remote ringback to devices that support local ringback or announcements.

Support for 302 response with a contact (first SIP URL) having a SIP URL other than the PGW domain name. The PGW issues a new invite to the SIP URL without going through number analysis.


Note The Session Description Protocol is used to pass information between the Media Gateways so they know how to talk to each other.


Geographic Separation of Active and Standby MGC Hosts

This featurette (CSCdx12526) enables the geographic separation of the active and standby hosts of the PGW 2200.


Note Supported connectivity between the active and standby host is currently limited to local area networks (LANs) only.


End to end delay (one way) must be less than 150 ms.

Packet loss must not exceed 1%.

For packet loss rates below 0.5%, increase the RUDP receive window size (*. rudpWindowSz) to 64 for increased performance.

If Improved SIP Failover support is enabled both PGW 2200s should be on the same subnet.

Codec Selection

This featurette provides the ability to detect and effect routing based on Calling Party Category (CPC), Transmission Medium Requirements (TMR), and Transit Network Selection (TNS).

Codec selection can be applied for different call scenarios. The following call scenarios are supported:

Call originating on TDM (SS7) network and terminating on either TDM or VoIP network.

Call originating on VoIP network having no SDP and terminating on TDM network.

Call originating on VoIP network having SDP with Codec List/Codec and terminating on DM network.

ISUP PCI and MCI Support

This featurette (CSCdz76331) enables the PGW2200 to support the sending and receiving of the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and the Message Compatibility Information (MCI) parameters.

New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts

This featurette (CSCeb19790) determines how calls are released from the PGW when the following scenarios occur:

Glare on non-control circuit

Circuit Block after IAM before ACM

Circuit Reset after IAM before ACM

COT failure

The following entry must be manually added to the configurable parameter section of XECfgParm.dat using a UNIX editor (such as vi):

*.GlareReattemptCauseValue=44

Valid values are 1-127; the default value is 44.


Note This featurette is for nailed solutions only.


Features Implemented in Release 9.3(1)T

NOA, Cause14, 32 and Overdecadic Digit Support for Spain/Italy/Belgium

This featurette (CSCdx74306) implements the following features on three ITU protocols (Spanish, Italian, and Belgium ISUP). Valid values are:

1—country specific NOA values for ported calls

Italy=1, Belgium=2, Spain=126

2—Cause 14 for QoR

3—32 and Overdecadic Digits support (Spain requires both; Italian and Belgium ISUP already support Overdecadics)

NOA, Cause14, 32 and Overdecadic Digit Support for Spain

This featurette (CSCdy32946) implements the following features on three ITU protocols (Spanish ISUP). Valid values are:

1—country specific NOA values for ported calls

2—Cause 14 for QoR

3—32 and Overdecadic Digits support

NOA, Cause14, 32 Digit Support for Sweden

This featurette (CSCdx68011) implements the following features:

Mapping and generation of country specific NOA values for ported calls

Mapping of cause 14 for QoR

Support for 32 Digits

Support for ANSI E1

GTD PRN support has been extended to include the ANSISS7_E1 variant to allow interwork/transparency using NI2C and GTD in a nail-up configuration.

The following files have been updated:

switchTypes.h—This is a common include file for library source code. The existing ioSwitchTP enum definition has been extended to have the following information.

SwANSIE1_32 = 23

Variant.dat : ANSISS7_E1 SS7_ANSI 23

tpTrunkGroupInd.cpp file—used by MML provisioning functionality in switchmode provisioning. The following function currently check for 0 and 20 swtichType and we need to enhance it to support new switchType 23.

int tpTrunkGroupInd::validateSigSvc()—this function has been enhanced to support new switchType 23.

Israel ISUP Support

Support for Israel ISUP has been added. The following implementations are added:

Support for the charging mechanism defined in Israel ISUP which includes the handling of new charge related messages and parameters.

Support to hide the visibility of unsupported messages and parameters in base implementation.

Changes to accommodate the maximum number of circuits in Circuit group blocking and Circuit Group Reset Messages to 31 instead of 32 in base version.

Additional support for rerouting requirements specific to Israeli ISUP.

Since the charge messages are ignored in Type A and transparently passed in Type B, the measurements of these messages are ignored for the current implementation.

Disable MGCP-NTFY Response Timer to Allow VPDN Tunnel Support

This feature removes the MGCPDial_Auth_Timer timer and the MGCPDIALauthtimeralarm alarm. As a result, the Cisco MGC does not wait for NTFY [O: au, ax, of, etc.] and allows the gateways to handle authorization. The PGW does not release the call because of a NTFY response timer expiry, but allows the call to continue.

New Version of Times Ten Database Software


Note If you are migrating from MGC software Release 9.1(5), the requirement to migrate the Times Ten Database information was fulfilled during the 9.1(5) installation and no longer applies when installing this release.


If you are migrating from a MGC software release prior to 9.1(5), prior to uninstalling the previous release of the MGC software, you must run the following command:

/opt/TimesTen32/32/bin/ttMigrate -c DSN=howdydb /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/migrate.ttdb

If you do not run the migrate command before uninstalling the previous release, the following message displays when you install the new release:

A backup file was found for the database, but no migration file.

A migration file is required before you can upgrade to the latest release of Times Ten. If the previous message displays, complete one of the following procedures.

Option 1


Step 1 Reinstall the previous release of the MGC and run the following command:

/opt/TimesTen32/32/bin/ttMigrate -c DSN=howdydb /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/migrate.ttdb

Step 2 Uninstall the previous release.

Step 3 Reinstall the software.


Option 2


Step 1 If you do not want to save the data from the previous release, remove the file:

/opt/CiscoMGC/etc/export.ttdb

Step 2 Reinstall the software.



Note After upgrading the software on both machines, run the setup_replication.sh script on the standby MGC.


Solaris 8 Run Time Environment

Release 9.3(2) can only be installed on a platform loaded with the Solaris 8 operating system using a clean installation or upgrade procedure.

Protocol File Rename

This featurette (CSCdv65596) renames existing protocols (removes customer names) using a generic naming scheme.

Advice Of Charge Support for India ISUP

This featurette (CSCdv77879) implements Advise of Charge (AOC) for India ISUP. It:

generates a charge message with a charge band number and sends it to a preceding exchange—passes the charge message generated by the terminating switch back to the originating switch.

passes a charge message from a succeeding exchange to a preceding exchange—generates the charge message and sends it to the originating switch.

Requests are passed using generic transparency descriptor (GTD) support. GTD transports ISUP messages and parameters, using a generic format, between the ingress and egress SC2200 Signaling Controllers.

The following criteria is used in the design and implementation of this featurette:

The outgoing (o/g) destination is equivalent to the called party number (CDPN) or B-number.

The incoming trunk category (group) is determined by the customer group ID, which in turn determines the dial plan.

The resulting dial plan is used to perform the B-number analysis in order to determine the charge band number (CHBN).

The CHBN is not calculated based on the time of day and type of day, it is a provisioned value in the dial plan.

In order for the PGW2200 to act as a charge determination point (CDP), the existing AOC enabled/disabled property has to be enabled.

The pass on capability of the received CRG message by the PGW2200 to the preceding exchange requires that the ISUP transparency disabled property be false or have a value of zero (0).

Provisioning of Dual CLI

This featurette (CSCdw72061) provides PC-to-phone capabilities from Microsoft XP SIP Clients and enables you to populate Dual CLI fields in an outgoing IAM message. Both CLIs are fixed values for all SIP clients and overwrite any CLI information received in the SIP invite message.

This featurette adds two new trunk group parameters, Default Presentation CLI and Presentation CLI APRI Handling and support for populating the generic number CLI in transmitted IAM messages for UK-ISUP with the presentation CLI .

Default Presentation CLI—Numeric string affecting calls ingressing on a designated trunk group.

Presentation CLI APRI Handling— Valid values are:

Match Network CLI—Causes the restriction indicator on the presentation CLI to duplicate the value for the Network CLI.

Always Present—Causes the restriction indicator to always be set to Present regardless of the Network CLI setting. This parameter is applicable to the egress trunk group (UK-ISUP in this case).

Software Inventory Control

This featurette detects incompatible software versions residing on test systems in the various Cisco testing facilities. Each software release provides a file containing checksum information for all the libraries and executables being installed. The Software Inventory Control utility generates checksums on the production system then compares those checksums with the values in the installation master file. A discrepancy indicates that the software on the box does not match the software that was originally installed.


Note This featurette does not identify the source of a problem or the correct software to install. It does indicate if a problem exists prior to the testing of incompatible software.



Caution The Software Inventory Control feature uses a 32-bit CRC to calculate checksums. A 32-bit CRC can give over 4 billion possible CRC values (2 32 or 4,294,967,296). With so many CRC values it is possible for two different pieces of data to have the same CRC.

Software Inventory Control Feature Modification

The Software Inventory Control feature has been modified to be less restrictive on the Solaris patches.

Patches that are installed but not in the input patch list or in the input patch list but not installed are treated as warnings—they may or may not cause problems for the MGC Software.

Patches that are installed but have a version number different from the version number in the input patch list are reported as errors.

Warning messages are only displayed if the verbose option (-v) is set.


Note The Software Inventory Control feature requires the Solaris patch cluster version 2.0(4) or higher due to changes in the input data files.


Route and Advance and Redirection on Cause Code

This featurette (CSCdv89959) provides the PGW with the capability to support route advance (redirection) as a result of cause analysis. Cause analysis is provoked when a release message is received from the gatekeeper or subsequent TDM switch that supplies a specific reason to invoke analysis.

It invokes a trunk group or route advance (backward indication/request for redirection) when a call enters a cause analysis (the previous call attempt failed). If the previous call failure returns a new destination number (redirection number or new CdPN), the new number is used in analysis to determine a new destination (return to analysis result type is encountered).

Circuit Reservation

This featurette (CSCdw60619) provides the capability to reserve a percentage of the trunks in a trunk group for incoming calls. When the specified percentage is reached any new outgoing traffic that would normally be routed to the trunk group is routed to the next available alternate trunk group. This featurette is dynamically reconfigurable.

MGCP Dial Package—Enhanced MGCP Controlled Hairpinning

This featurette enables the PGW 2200 to control 5300, 5350/5400, and 5850 platforms using Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) to initiate TDM switching (also referred to as TDM hairpinning).

Previously, calls that ingressed and subsequently egressed using the same MGW engaged two DSP's in the signal path. This featurette removes the DSP's from the circuit when a call's ingress and egress point is on the same MGW. It requires that the PGW 2200 to signal via MGCP using the Local Connection Option (L) Network Type (nt) LOCAL value when a call ingresses and subsequently egresses via trunk groups existing on the same MGW.

Network Access Server (NAS) Package for MGC Protocol

This feature adds support for the Network Access Server (NAS) Package for Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) package on the Cisco AS5350, Cisco AS5400, and Cisco AS5850 universal gateways. With this implementation, data calls can be terminated on a trunking media gateway that is serving as a NAS. Trunks on the NAS are controlled and managed by a call agent that supports MGCP for both voice and data calls. The call agent must support the MGCP NAS package.

These capabilities are enabled by the universal port functionality of the Cisco AS5350, Cisco AS5400, and Cisco AS5850, which allows these platforms to operate simultaneously as network access servers and voice gateways to deliver universal services on any port at any time. These universal services include dial access, real-time voice and fax, wireless data access, and unified communications.

The MGCP NAS package implements signals and events to create, modify, and tear down data calls. The events include signaling the arrival of an outbound call (IP to Public Switched Telephone Network [PSTN]) to the media gateway controller (call agent), reporting carrier loss and call authorization status, and receiving callback requests. The following types of calls can be terminated as data calls:

Data within the voice band (analog modem)

ISDN data (digital modem)

Data over voice when using a call agent that recognizes this call type and delivers these calls as digital data to the NAS

The NAS package provides MGCP capabilities for data calls on the Cisco AS5350, Cisco AS5400, and Cisco AS5850 that support all the dial-in and dial-out services, including the following:

Virtual Private Network (VPN) with Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)

Scalable Multichassis Multilink PPP (MMP) across multiple channels

MGCP 1.0 and MGCP 0.1

Call preauthentication with MGCP dial calls

INAP for Pre-Paid Services

This featurette (CSCdw28224) implements an IN interface that supports prepaid calling services on the PGW 2200. You can preselect a carrier or manually insert a Carrier Access Code (calling party) when dialing the destination. This service is combined with a prepaid accounting function to ensure effective and efficient revenue collection.


Note The PGW does not have the capability to preserve IN transactions after failover of the platform. PGW aborts all IN transactions after failover. IN calls in answer state are released either immediately after failover or are carried on until the normal call clearing procedures release them.


Support for IRI/ORI in Q.767

A new .mdo file, Q767_SINGAPORE.mdo, has been created to support the Q767 Singapore IRI/ORI featurette (CSCdv77873).

Mandatory CLI Over Trunk Group

This featurette (CSCdw43415) causes the SC2200 and gateways to generate an Information Request (INR) back to the preceding switch to request the Calling Line ID (CLI) if it is not received on a particular incoming trunk group (TKG). The INR can be sent by an exchange while the call is in progress to request additional information from another exchange, for example, SC2200 back to the PSTN switch.

The preceding switch (from PSTN switch back to the SC2200) responds with an INF, or information message, and provides additional information back to the original requesting switch (the SC2200). One of the optional parameters returned in the INF is the calling party number, which is what is required as the CLI.

The INR query must only be sent if the Trunk Group on the route server has been configured to request a calling number if it is missing. If the calling number is not returned in the INF or a if INF is not returned then the call may be released, routed to an announcement or continued normally based on Trunk Group configuration.


Note When using this featurette, the existing clipess property on the SC2200 must be set to 0 (disable) for the sigpath.


BTNUP 3.1 KHz Custom Configuration

This featurette (CSCdx05822) extends the function of the existing defaultBC property to include BTNUP-based trunk groups. The property can be set to SPEECH or 3_1_KHZ. The default setting is SPEECH.

If the property is set to 3_1_KHZ, PGW converts the outgoing ISDN 3.1KHz (CAT3) call over the BTNUP TrunkGroup to ISDN speech (CAT2) call. This property has no impact on outgoing ISDN data (CAT1) and speech (CAT2) calls over the BTNUP TrunkGroup.

LNP Enhancements to Q.761_Portugal Protocol

This featurette (CSCdx21249) adds enhancements required to certify the PGW 2200 for interconnect with the PTT to the Portuguese ISUP variant in the Media Gateway Controller (MGC) code. The enhancements are:

Support for Overdecadic Digits—if a number is ported, the SCP provides a prefix that must be passed outbound to the PTT to allow the correct OLO to receive the call for the subscriber. The format of the prefix to send to the PTT is DXXXYYY<called party number>. The overdecadic D is sent in front of the number. As a requirement, the PGW must support all overdecadic digits (A-F) in Q761_Portugal protocol.

Mapping of Cause Value 14 in Portugal—switches must act on or generate external cause 14 releases to pass interconnect. The PGW must map external cause 14 releases to an internal release cause code. The PGW must support number portability when operating as an originating switch, transit switch, recipient switch, or donor switch supporting the following scenarios:

PGW is the Transit Switch and receives a cause 14 from a donor switch. PGW passes the cause 14 to the originating switch which performs the LNP lookup

PGW is the Donor Switch and after recognizing the number has been ported, generates a cause 14 and passes the cause 14 to the originating switch witch performs the destination LNP lookup.

PGW is the Originating Switch and receives a cause 14 from a donor switch. PGW performs the destination LNP lookup.

PGW is the Recipient Switch and routes the ported call.

Do Not Reject Calls if ACM Contains Multiple PCI (parameter compatibility indicators) Option—currently, the PGW either fails the call with a cause 95 or completes the call but sends CFN messages. The PGW cannot fail calls if the ACM contains multiple options (multiple PCI parameters). As a requirement, because the PCI is not a repeatable parameter, the PGW should act on the first PCI parameter, and ignore the subsequent parameters. This applies to all messages that contain PCI parameters.

New Shared Memory Segment

The /etc/system file has been updated to support an upgrade to the Times Ten packaging. The update causes the install to prompt you for a reboot the first time the software release is installed.

36 GB Disk Drive Upgrade

This featurette enables you to upgrade your system from a 18 GB to a 36 GB disk drive. This patch should only be installed if you want to use a 36 GB disk drive.

This featurette provides changes to the following packages:

Log and Spool Package (CSCOh005) — This package is used by both Solaris 8 and Solaris 2.6 based MGC platforms to partition the second disk and mount it on the file system at /opt/CiscoMGC/var/log and /opt/CiscoMGC/var/spool. The following modifications were made to package CSCOh005:

CSCOh005 has been modified to work with arbitrary disk sizes.

A check has been added to ensure that DiskSuite is not using a second disk. If a second disk is used, the installation aborts and you are prompted to disable DiskSuite's use of the second disk. This allows you (if using a Cisco configured system) to use the Log and Spool Package to increase the usable disk space.

User prompts have been added for the mount points of the two partitions being created. This allows you to use the second disk when the base directory of the MGC software is changed. The default is the current hard coded values /opt/CiscoMGC/var/log and /opt/CiscoMGC/var/spool. This also allows you to change the default base directory during the MGC application installation.

The ration this package uses to divide up the second disk between the log and spool directories has been changed. Currently each directory gets 50%. This has been changed to use 40% of the disk for the log directory and 60% for the spool directory. This provides more room for CDRs.

CSCOh006—Veritas Volume Manager 2.6 Package— This package installs version 2.6 of the Veritas Volume Manager software on Solaris 2.6 based MGCs. It does not contain disk size dependencies.

CSCOh000—Veritas Volume Manager 3.1 Package— This package installs version 3.1 of the Veritas Volume Manager software on Solaris 2.6 based MGCs. It does not contain disk size dependencies.

Solaris 8 Operating System Installation modifications (ENG-92194) — The Solaris 8 and Solstice DiskSuite installation instructions engineering documents have been modified to include the following:

Added partition table for 36G disk drive for PGW host platform.

Added partition table for 36G disk drive for BAMS platform (first and second disk).

Added partition table for 36G disk drive for HSI platform (with input from HSI team).

Modified the upgrade procedure to indicate when to replace hard drives if replacing disks at the same time as OS and MGC application.

Added upgrade procedure for replacing hard drives without upgrading OS and MGC application.

Added a section explaining how to uninstall DiskSuite or disable its use of the second disk. This allows the second disk to be used for the log and spool directories.

Solaris 2.6 Operating System Installation change (ENG-54205)

Added partition table for 36G disk drive for MGC Host platform

Added upgrade procedure for replacing hard drives without upgrading OS and MG application.

The following configurations are not supported:

More than two disks in a Netra t 1400/1405

Mixed disk sizes in the same chassis

External disks other than the st A1000 disk array with eight 36G drives for the BAMS product only

B-Digit Modification Enhancement

For Hong Kong Local Number Portability (LNP), if a number is ported, the corresponding Gateway Number (GN) is appended to the called party number (CdPN) in the IAM. The PGW 2200 uses the European number portability configuration (E_PORTED_NUM) which gives the number as GN+CdPN. Another result type is created to allow the B-digit modification to delete the CdPN portion and send out just the GN.

In Hong Kong, there are currently 650k ported numbers, each with a unique GN. Since this number has a variable length (between 2 and 12 digits long), this implementation could not be used. This featurette (CSCdy25786) strips the E_PORTED_NUM out put of GN+CdPN from the last digit backward, since the CdPN has a fixed number of digits.

Commands Removed From Release 9.3(2)

The following commands have been removed from release 9.3(2):

Table 7 Commands Removed from Release 9.3(2)

Command
Comments

carriertbl

For more information see Provisioning Command carriertbl Not Supported in Release 9.3(2) in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section.


Software Patches

Patches are located in the following directory:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932

The protocol packaging has been improved so that you need only load and install protocols that you need. Previously, the entire protocol suite was packaged and delivered together. With the improved packaging protocol:

The standard installation script allows you to specify which protocol set(s) are required on your platform.

Only packages containing the desired protocols are installed as part of the standard installation.

The same number of packages available with the initial release still exists; however, they have a new nomenclature that is required to support patching later in the release life cycle and you have the option to install only the packages containing required protocols.

The protocol packages are labeled CSCOnnvvv:

nn—indicates the specific protocols you need for your environment

vvv—indicates the version level of the patch

For example, at the time of the release you are given protocol patch CSCO01000.pkg. The 01 indicates a specific protocol applicable to your environment; 000 indicates the revision level. The next time a set of protocol patches are built, the 000 is incremented by 1 (001).


Note You must always install the 00 protocol package when upgrading a protocol patch level. If the 00 protocol package is not installed, the upgrade attempt fails. The Protocol file missing alarm displays.


Use the patch script (new shell script provided with the standard installation) located in your /opt/SW directory (created during the initial base software installation) to confirm which patch packages you need to install (using the patch status command), and then copy these packages into your local directory (/opt/SW)from the release directory where you can use the script to install the patches.


Note If the patch script located in the release directory is newer than the patch script that you have on your system, copy the newer patch script to your /opt/SW directory below installing patches.


The installation script requires one of the following options:

Option 1—patch status retrieves the status of the system. Use this option to determine which set of protocol packages are currently installed on your system. The installed protocol packages are required (must be downloaded) to update the software. The exception is if you need a new protocol that was not previously delivered. In this case, you need to download an extra package (the package that the new protocol is delivered in).

Option 2—patch all automatically searches the local directory (/opt/SW) and the installed system to determine the most recent available patch and automatically updates the system with that patch level. This applies to protocol and system patches. All uninstall and install activities are handled by the script. The command for this is:patch all. The all command does not require a second argument.

Option 3—patch system [latest |<alternate patch number>] specifies the exact patch level for system patches you choose to install on the system. You can specify any available patch level to be installed. All uninstall and install activities are handled by this script. This option requires one of the following arguments:

latest —installs the most recently downloaded patch. This argument should be used with the system and protocol commands used in options 3 and 4.

<number> —indicates the patch number <vvv> that you want to install. This argument should be used with the system and protocol commands used in options 3 and 4.

Option 4—patch protocol [latest |<alternate patch number>] specifies the exact patch level for protocol patches you choose to install on the system. You can specify any available patch level to be installed. All uninstall and install activities are handled by this script. This option requires one of the following arguments:

latest —installs the most recently downloaded patch. This argument should be used with the system and protocol commands used in options 3 and 4.

<number> —indicates the patch number <vvv> that you want to install. This argument should be used with the system and protocol commands used in options 3 and 4.

The following is sample output of option 2, patch all which automatically searches the local directory and the installed system to determine the most recent available patch located in /opt/SW (protocol and system) and automatically updates the system with that patch level.

va-butterfly:104> patch all
The following patches are about to be removed from your system:
CSCO00018
CSCO01018
CSCO02018
CSCO10018
CSCO20018
CSCO21018
CSCO30018
CSCO31018
CSCO32018
CSCO33018
CSCO40018
CSCO41018
CSCO50018
CSCO60018
CSCO70018
CSCO71018
CSCO80018
CSCOgs017
The following patches are about to be added to your system from the local directory:
The following patch(es) are about to be added to your system from the local directory:
CSCO00018.pkg
CSCO01018.pkg
CSCO02018.pkg
CSCO10018.pkg
CSCO20018.pkg
CSCO21018.pkg
CSCO30018.pkg
CSCO31018.pkg
CSCO32018.pkg
CSCO33018.pkg
CSCO40018.pkg
CSCO41018.pkg
CSCO50018.pkg
CSCO60018.pkg
CSCO70018.pkg
CSCO71018.pkg
CSCO80018.pkg
CSCOgs017.pkg

Are you sure this add/remove scenario is correct?  [y] [y,n,?,q] 

System Level Equivalency

Table 8 provides the system level equivalency for each protocol patch. For example, after installing CSCOnn001, release 9.3(2) is equivalent to release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp022 (contains all patches and features included in release 9.2(2) up to patch CSCOgp022).

Table 8 System Level Equivalencies for Protocol Patches 

Patch Number
System Level Equivalency

CSCOnn062

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn061

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn060

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn059

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn058

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn057

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn056

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn055

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn054

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn053

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn052

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn051

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn050

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn049

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn048

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn047

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn046

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn045

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn044

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn043

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn042

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn041

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn040

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp045

CSCOnn039

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp044

CSCOnn038

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp044

CSCOnn037

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp042

CSCOnn036

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp042

CSCOnn035

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp042

CSCOnn034

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp040

CSCOnn033

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp040

CSCOnn032

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp040

CSCOnn031

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp038

CSCOnn030

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp038

CSCOnn029

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp037

CSCOnn028

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp037

CSCOnn027

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp036

CSCOnn026

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp036

CSCOnn025

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp036

CSCOnn024

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp035

CSCOnn023

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp035

CSCOnn022

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp035

CSCOnn021

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp035

CSCOnn020

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp034

CSCOnn019

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp034

CSCOnn018

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp033

CSCOnn017

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp033

CSCOnn016

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp033

CSCOnn015

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp033

CSCOnn014

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp032

CSCOnn013

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp032

CSCOnn012

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp032

CSCOnn011

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp032

CSCOnn010

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp032

CSCOnn009

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp031

CSCOnn008

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp030

CSCOnn007

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp027

CSCOnn006

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp027

CSCOnn005

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp026

CSCOnn004

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp026

CSCOnn003

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp024

CSCOnn002

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp023

CSCOnn001

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgp022


Table 9 provides the system level equivalency for each system patch. For example, after installing CSCOgs001, release 9.3(2) is equivalent to release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs021 (contains all patches and features included in release 9.2(2) up to patch CSCOgs021).

Table 9 System Level Equivalencies for System Patches 

Patch Number
System Level Equivalency

CSCOgs054

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOnn042

CSCOgs053

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs052

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs051

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs050

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs049

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs048

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs047

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs046

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs045

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs044

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs043

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs042

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs041

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs040

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs039

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs038

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs037

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs036

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs035

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs034

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs033

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs032

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs031

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs042

CSCOgs030

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs041

CSCOgs029

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs041

CSCOgs028

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs040

CSCOgs027

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs040

CSCOgs026

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs040

CSCOgs025

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs039

CSCOgs024

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs038

CSCOgs023

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs038

CSCOgs022

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs038

CSCOgs021

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs020

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs019

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs018

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs017

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs036

CSCOgs016

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs036

CSCOgs015

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs014

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs013

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs012

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs034

CSCOgs011

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs034

CSCOgs010

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs034

CSCOgs009

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs033

CSCOgs008

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs032

CSCOgs007

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs031

CSCOgs006

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs027

CSCOgs005

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs027

CSCOgs004

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs025

CSCOgs003

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs023

CSCOgs002

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs022

CSCOgs001

Release 9.2(2) patch level CSCOgs021



Note For information on the patches included in Release 9.2(2), refer to the Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.2(2) at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/prod_release_note09186a00800a39ad.html


Patch Test Combinations

Table 10 provides a list of the patch combinations that were used when testing. Use this list to determine which protocol and system patches should be installed before you run the MGC software. It does not matter which patch (protocol or software) is installed first.

Table 10 Patch Test Combinations 

Protocol Patch
System Patch

CSCOnn062

CSCOgs054

CSCOnn061

CSCOgs054

CSCOnn060

CSCOgs054

CSCOnn060

CSCOgs053

CSCOnn059

CSCOgs052

CSCOnn058

CSCOgs051

CSCOnn058

CSCOgs050

CSCOnn057

CSCOgs050

CSCOnn056

CSCOgs049

CSCOnn055

CSCOgs048

CSCOnn054

CSCOgs048

CSCOnn053

CSCOgs047

CSCOnn052

CSCOgs046

CSCOnn051

CSCOgs046

CSCOnn050

CSCOgs045

CSCOnn050

CSCOgs044

CSCOnn049

CSCOgs043

CSCOnn048

CSCOgs042

CSCOnn047

CSCOgs041

CSCOnn047

CSCOgs040

CSCOnn046

CSCOgs039

CSCOnn046

CSCOgs038

CSCOnn046

CSCOgs037

CSCOnn045

CSCOgs037

CSCOnn044

CSCOgs036

CSCOnn043

CSCOgs036

CSCOnn042

CSCOgs035

CSCOnn041

CSCOgs035

CSCOnn040

CSCOgs034

CSCOnn040

CSCOgs033

CSCOnn039

CSCOgs032

CSCOnn038

CSCOgs031

CSCOnn037

CSCOgs030

CSCOnn036

CSCOgs030

CSCOnn035

CSCOgs029

CSCOnn034

CSCOgs028

CSCOnn033

CSCOgs027

CSCOnn032

CSCOgs027

CSCOnn031

CSCOgs026

CSCOnn030

CSCOgs026

CSCOnn029

CSCOgs025

CSCOnn028

CSCOgs025

CSCOnn027

CSCOgs024

CSCOnn026

CSCOgs023

CSCOnn025

CSCOgs022

CSCOnn024

CSCOgs021

CSCOnn023

CSCOgs020

CSCOnn023

CSCOgs019

CSCOnn022

CSCOgs018

CSCOnn021

CSCOgs018

CSCOnn020

CSCOgs017

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs016

CSCOnn018

CSCOgs015

CSCOnn017

CSCOgs014

CSCOnn016

CSCOgs013

CSCOnn015

CSCOgs013

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs012

CSCOnn013

CSCOgs012

CSCOnn012

CSCOgs011

CSCOnn011

CSCOgs010

CSCOnn010

CSCOgs009

CSCOnn009

CSCOgs008

CSCOnn008

CSCOgs007

CSCOnn007

CSCOgs006

CSCOnn006

CSCOgs005

CSCOnn005

CSCOgs004

CSCOnn004

CSCOgs004

CSCOnn003

CSCOgs003

CSCOnn002

CSCOgs002

CSCOnn001

CSCOgs001


CSCOnn062


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn062 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg32251

3

mdl-sip

PGW 9.3(2) SIP failure to Parse Record Route.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn061


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn061 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse76431

3

mdl-analysis

SS7 -> SIP Block Caller ID does not work on ported in numbers.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn060


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn060 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse41615

3

mdl-cdr

PGW : 9.3(2) : Setup time is missed in CDR record.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn059 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn060. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn059


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn059 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd82013

2

mdl-sip

CDR record for sip-sip call longer than 4 hours.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn058 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn059. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn058


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn058 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd30007

3

replicator

Replication is not completed on the standby PGW.

CSCsd31341

3

mdl-sip

PGW sends 400 bad request to itself.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn057 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn058. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn057


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn057 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc53624

3

engine

PGW 9.3(2) CDR missing releasing time stamp due to audit after failover.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn056 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn057. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn056


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn056 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc11542

3

mdl-analysis

RedirMax release before set value.

CSCsc18090

3

mdl-cdr

Aborted SIP to SIP call resulting missing release time in CDR.

CSCsc04263

4

mdl-q721

MessageSent measure is not updated for block message.


This patch provides updates the following protocols:

Q721 family

ANSISS7 family

lcm

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn055 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn056. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn055


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn055 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb98867

3

mdl-cdr

First Release Time Stamp of CDR missing if transit calls are not answered.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn054 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn055. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn054


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn054 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb66222

3

mdl-cdr

First release time stamp of CDR is missed if RSC is done in midcall.

CSCsb67247

3

mdl-q767

SAM measurement not present in Q.767 due to Incorrect string.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn053 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn054. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn053


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn053 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb38381

3

mdl-sip

Response code > 300 are mapped to Normal_Release in SIP-SIP proxy call.

CSCsb49472

3

mdl-cdr

Invalid CDR records when OOS a trunk.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn052 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn053. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn052


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn052 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb27752

3

mdl-q761

Wrong BlockType in CGB was sent when GRS in involved.

CSCsb24768

3

mdl-sip

PGW fails to send out response when out of sequence BYE is received.

CSCsb19528

3

mdl-sip

PGW writes in CDR abnormal release for SIP-SIP calls terminated by Orig.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn051 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn052. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn051


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn051 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb00298

3

ioccsip

100 Trying should not have To TAG.

CSCsb01592

3

mdl-q761

No mapping Call progress 183 SIP to Q761.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn050 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn051. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn050


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn050 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa61830

3

mdl-analysis

PGW Condirouting alarm TableFail_RouteHolTable after upgrade p48s42.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn049 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn050. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn049


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn049 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeh05097

3

mdl-lcm

Incoming call caused Engine Core.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn048 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn049. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn048


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn048 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg67455

3

engine

PGW should support the option of sending hardware block messages.

CSCeg88367

3

mdl-analysis

PGW: DialPlan:some calls wrongly routed when using Conditional Route.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn047 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn048. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

A new XECfgParm.dat parameter engine .SendHardwareBlock has been added. Valid values are true or false. If set to true, the PGW sends hardware oriented blocking messages for any blocks that originate from the media gateways. If set to false, the PGW only sends maintenance oriented blocking messages for all blocking cases.

This parameter must be added manually (using a UNIX editor such as vi) on release 9.3 and 9.4 systems. The di script automatically adds this parameter (if not already existing), to release 9.5 systems and above.

For more information, refer to PGW Should Support the Option of Sending Hardware Block Messages in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

CSCOnn047


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn047 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg49159

3

engine

PGW never prod. rel. CDB for SIP call hung at Glare condition.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn046 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn047. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn046


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn046 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef73155

3

mdl-sip

outgoing SIP INVITE not retried using second IP address.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn045 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn046. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn045


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

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Protocol patch CSCOnn045 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef64028

3

mdl-q761

NZ T9 Timer needs to be set to 240 sec/ 4 minutes.

CSCef77254

3

mdl-callcontext

Ingress and Egress OPC and DPC missing from EndOfCall CDR.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn044 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn045. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn044


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn044 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef58829

3

mdl-q761

Redirection Number NOA is not valid for Q761_NEWZEALAND.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn043 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn044. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn043


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Group: sys 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn043 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef40533

3

mdl-q761

Redirection Info Parameter not included in outgoing IAM.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn042 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn043. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn042


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
Owner: root 
Group: sys 
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Protocol patch CSCOnn042 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef10180

3

mdl-sip

SIP call hung when PGW work at proxy mode and under load.

CSCef10201

3

mdl-sip

SIP Hung CIC on PGW SIP to SIP call.

CSCef10375

3

mdl-mgcp

MGCP hairpin call reroute failed.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn041 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn042. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn041


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
Owner: root 
Group: sys 
Permissions 775 

Protocol patch CSCOnn041 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee63528

2

mdl-mgcp

Non HSI Call agent controlled T.38 fax call fails.

CSCee77158

3

sim_ss7

PGW not unblocking channels after access server reload.

CSCef00477

3

ioccpriip

PGW doesnt release the PRI calls and the gateway shows ds0 idle.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn040 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn041. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn040


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
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Group: sys 
Permissions 775 

Protocol patch CSCOnn040 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed76887

3

mdl-sip

PGW sent ACK with wrong request line for 302 message.

CSCee00526

3

mdl-ni2

PGW not decoding GAP from GTD data received in set-up message.

CSCee08003

3

mdl-q767

Prevent CIC mismatch when SS7 link bounce - ANSI/Q767.

CSCee08741

3

snmp

PGW2200 blk-cic does not generate snmp trap.

CSCee22674

3

mdl-mgcp

T.38 Fax call fail if the Gateway changes RTP port on t38 activation.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn039 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn040. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn039


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution The patch script located on CCO has been renamed patch.sh. Download the patch (patch.sh) to the /opt/SW directory on your system and rename it to patch. Permissions for this file should be set to 775. For example:

-rwxrwxr-x 1 root sys 15998 Sep 16 2002 patch 
 
Owner: root 
Group: sys 
Permissions 775 

Protocol patch CSCOnn039 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee07686

3

engine

PGW does not set link OOS when peerCommTimeout > 6 seconds.

CSCee08783

2

mdl-mgcp

PGW: T.38 wrong LCO and SDP in MDCX after fax detection.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn038 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn039. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn038


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


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Protocol patch CSCOnn038 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed80641

3

mdl-ni2

PGW replaces Called Number with GAP for NON LNP calls.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn037 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn038. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn037


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Protocol patch CSCOnn037 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed76613

3

mdl-sip

SIP to SS7 call hung when PGW is congested.

CSCed76449

3

mdl-sip

RDN Reason parse incorrectly from multiple diversions in sip 302.

CSCed77215

3

mdl-ni2

NI2+ unsupported Cause 5 = Misdialed Prefix from PGW -> IOS.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn036 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn037. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn036


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Protocol patch CSCOnn036 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed41096

2

engine

GRS received after RSC/GRS sent not handled correctly.

CSCed45745

3

mdl-q761

AOC99 broken into 9.3(2) for currency factor/currency scale.

CSCed42815

3

mdl-tools

simprint output wrong call flow for SIP retry request.

CSCec66841

6

mdl-sip

Missing REDIREC. NR PARM and ORIG. CALLED PARTY PARM in Outgoing IAM.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn035 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn036. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn035


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Protocol patch CSCOnn035 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec87981

3

mdl-q761

support for receiving ATP and USI in Q761_ARGENTINA_C2.

CSCed24926

3

mdl-cdr

PGW2200 does not produce first long call CDB after switch over.

CSCed38984

3

engine

Fax T.38 failing direction from H.323 to SS7.

CSCed32799

3

mdl-sip

PGW2200 not releasing SIP call legs under stress condition.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn034 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn035. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn034


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Protocol patch CSCOnn034 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec43510

2

mdl-q761

9.3.2 New Zealand ISUP send CFN on receipt of OLM message.

CSCed22112

2

mdl-sip

SIP Cancel message not mapped to ISDN Disconnect at GW.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn033 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn034. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn033


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Protocol patch CSCOnn033 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed00486

3

mdl-sip

PGW: SIP call failure due to multiple MDCX attempting.

CSCed17295

3

mdl-analysis

GWClearChannel & FaxSupport should be mutually exclusive in LCO.

CSCed16176

3

mdl-analysis

Double Ecan info in LCO due to GWClearChannelAlgorithm & EchoCanReq.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn032 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn033. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn032


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Protocol patch CSCOnn032 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed01929

3

mdl-mgcp

SDP Error on MGCP attempts across two GWs on retry.

CSCed05202

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Optional Backward Call indicator not working in ANSISS7.

CSCed12257

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Call get release if eventinfo indicator is 110.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn031 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn032. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn031


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Protocol patch CSCOnn031 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec80767

2

mdl-lcm

Call failure : call transfer (PSTN->IP Phone1 -- transfer-->IPphone2.

CSCec83735

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Generic Name Parameter dropped when name field Orig.Called Party.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn030 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn031. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn030


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


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Protocol patch CSCOnn030 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec72863

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP attempts to hairpin across two gateways on multiple retries.

CSCec61204

3

mdl-callctrl

No cutthrough when Notify is received when using Overlap sending.

CSCec63903

3

engine

SimWriter fail with overdcadic numbers.

CSCec70942

3

ioccsip

PGW fails INVITE when parsing Content-Type Application/SDP.

CSCec71057

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Generic name parameter is dropped when the name field is empty.

CSCec71078

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Generic name field exceed the max length 15.

CSCec74580

3

mdl-analysis

INC_NUMBERING resulttype doesnt work correctly with MGCPDIALPKG call.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn029 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn030. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn029


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


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Protocol patch CSCOnn029 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec54133

3

mdl-sip

SIP ACK not send for bad body attachment.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn028 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn029. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn028


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Protocol patch CSCOnn028 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec47674

2

mdl-q761

ISUP UUS parameter discarded - italyc2 variant.

CSCec42711

3

mdl-q761

Failed to send CFN after receiving UPT on blocked cic.

CSCeb22888

6

other

Support for ANSI 2000 featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn027 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn028. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Both patches CSCOnn028 and CSCOgs025 must be installed.

CSCeb22888—Support for ANSI 2000 —This featurette (CSCeb22888) adds ANSI 2000 ISUP support on the PGW for transit scenarios. This includes switched, call-control solution (using EISUP), and nailed, signaling mode solutions using GTD.

For more information, refer to the Support for ANSI 2000 featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn027

Protocol patch CSCOnn027 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb73451

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP attempts to hairpin across two gateways on retry.

CSCec28065

2

mdl-ansi-ss7

Exchange type is not determined when base and variant version is use.

CSCec30663

2

mdl-q767

Multiple unknown parameter in multiple PCI not working correctly.

CSCec35942

3

mdl-cdr

CDR record with missing IAM or REL timepoints.

CSCec16007

3

engine

Cant screen on redirecting number in ANSI if call is forwarded.

CSCec37656

3

mdl-ni2

PGW should always send CALL_PROC with exclusive for all cases.

CSCec06961

6

other

CgPN Incomplete Indicator featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn026 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn027. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Both patches CSCOnn027 and CSCOgs024 must be installed.

CSCec06961—Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator Featurette— provides a configurable option to set the Calling Party Number Incomplete Indicator field within IAM to Incomplete for all calls.

This newly patched property is only available in properties.dat in the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory. To enable this featurette on existing 9.3(2) and 9.4(1) configurations, do one of the following:

Provision from new

Contact TAC to have properties.dat (located in /opt/CiscoMGC/etc and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link) edited. This requires a switchover in order for the system to read the new property.


Note This featurette only affects the ISUP protocols that use the Incomplete Indicator as part of the Calling Party Number parameter. These include all variants of: Q721, Q761, Q767, and EISUP.


For more information, refer to the Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn026

Protocol patch CSCOnn026 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec18188

2

mdl-sip

OverDec SIP calls not possible w/CSPS 2.0.1.8 & PGW combination.

CSCec11594

3

mdl-q761

Default PGW behavior upon CFN msg in GERMAN_ISUP not correct.

CSCec21575

3

engine

call fails with cause code 41.

CSCec30533

3

mdl-q761

Remove 32 digit support from ISUPV2_FINNISH96.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn025 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn026. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn025

Protocol patch CSCOnn025 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk45906

3

protocol

ST: PGW sends wrong indication in CGB when GRS is enabled.

CSCec18037

3

mdl-ni2

ThunderDial:V.110 call fails if IOS image supports ISUP Transparency.

CSCeb19790

6

other

New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn024 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn025. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCeb19790—New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts Featurette—This featurette determines how calls are released from the PGW when the following scenarios occur:

Glare on non-control circuit

Circuit Block after IAM before ACM

Circuit Reset after IAM before ACM

COT failure

The following entry must be manually added to the configurable parameter section of XECfgParm.dat using a UNIX editor (such as vi):

*.GlareReattemptCauseValue=44

Valid values are 1-127; the default value is 44.


Note This featurette is for nailed solutions only.


CSCOnn024

Protocol patch CSCOnn024 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb84693

3

protocol

PGW rejects call with CUG (ind-3) from ISUP to ESIUP.

CSCea69350

3

mdl-cdr

CDE-Tags 4034 and 4035 not populated per design specs ENG-43871.

CSCec01367

3

mdl-sip

Calls from SIP to PGW2200 and overdecadic support failed.

CSCec01713

3

mdl-eisup

AdditionalInformation parameter should be updated in EISUP.

CSCec04423

3

mdl-callctrl

MGCPDIAL pkg call fails to data-exchange on the ported numbers.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn023 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn024. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn023


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Protocol patch CSCOnn023 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb57249

3

mdl-eisup

PGW fails to encode IAM on TCC-EISUP w/screenInd=5.

CSCeb62149

3

mdl

Once upgraded to patch CSCO037 CICs remains in MATE_UNAVAILABLE.

CSCeb63376

3

mdl-lcm

DefaultDNNPI values does not match MDL code.

CSCeb65601

3

mdl

Q767_BASE If called number has a # call is terminated abnormally.

CSCeb67411

3

mdl-q767

ISUPV2_GERMAN: Inconsistent OverDec; D-calls get through but not ABCs.

CSCeb68731

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Unsupported character in called or calling number causes call fail.

CSCeb71117

3

mdl-q767

Q767 BASE rejects 17 digit Called Party Number (16 dialed+ST digit).

CSCea64093

6

other

Nigerian ISUP featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn022 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn023. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea64093—Nigerian ISUP featurette—Implementation of ISUP variant for Nigeria. For more information on this featurette, refer to the Nigerian ISUP featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn022

Protocol patch CSCOnn022 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb66822

3

mdl-eisup

EISUP link fail after upgrade from P12 to P19.


This patch provides updates to the following:

EISUP

all protocols

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn021 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn022. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn021

Protocol patch CSCOnn021 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb55549

2

mdl-q761

Application Transport Parameter in ACM/ANM cores engine.smartall.

CSCeb15336

2

mdl-q721

TUP: Single HBA is not clearing call after SC transmits 2 HGBs.

CSCeb53279

3

mdl-q721

CICs become blocked MATE_UNAVAIL periodically.

CSCeb14220

3

mdl-q721

Brazilian TUP spec does not explicitly the range of status bits.

CSCeb14244

3

mdl

GRA message are only sent after kill-calls command.

CSCeb14275

3

mdl

Status bit from GRA message must not inform reason when E1 down.

CSCeb14290

3

mdl

GRS (reset-cic command) from sc2200 does not release calls.

CSCeb36335

3

mdl-q721

SC2200 doesnt return GRS to ACK GRA when Brazil TUP is used.

CSCeb42029

3

mdl-q767

Finish ISUP: Wrong rel.cause from PGW [No route to destination].l

CSCeb46280

3

mdl

Brazilian ISUP spec does not explicitly mention status bit.

CSCeb49709

3

mdl-mgcp

DLCX received from NAS (Dial Package) triggers Alarm on PGW.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn020 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn021. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn020

Protocol patch CSCOnn020 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb38572

3

mdl-callcontext

Echo Dev ind in ANM was set to False when EchoChanRequired=True.

CSCeb43352

3

mdl-eisup

CP_ERR_OBJ_PTR_IS_NULL generated on all call across EISUP link.

CSCea76362

3

mdl-sip

PGW interworking concatenated SIP Diversion to ISUP.

CSCeb37486

6

mdl-ansi-ss7

Configurable Charge Number Change Request.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn019 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn020. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn019

Protocol patch CSCOnn019 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk40998

2

mdl-callctrl

MGCP Dial calls fail if call setup is overlap and requests COT.

CSCeb28565

2

mdl-connctrl

Outgoing COT fails-importing endpoints for VISM incorrectly.

CSCeb26724

2

mdl-q767

No PCI generated for ANM msg in Q767_SWED protocol.

CSCeb26925

2

mdl-q767

PCI not generated for GenericNotification in CPG for Q767_SWED.

CSCeb30397

3

mdl-q761

Q761 CPG in forward direction has problem.

CSCeb26943

3

mdl-q767

CPG is not passed thru from orig to term side in Q767_SWED.

CSCeb26957

3

mdl-q767

For unrecognized parameter in CON msg CFN is not sent in Q767_SWED.

CSCdz76331

6

mdl-q761

ISUP PCI and MCI Support featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn018 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn019. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCdz76331—ISUP PCI and MCI Support featurette— This featurette enables the PGW2200 to support the sending and receiving of the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and the Message Compatibility Information (MCI) parameters.

CSCOnn018

Protocol patch CSCOnn018 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb08077

2

mdl-callcontext

Echo Cntl dev ind on ACM not set when *.EchoCanRequired=True.

CSCeb20189

3

mdl

If PGW received a IAM with Code 12 in the cdpn it will REL the call.

CSCeb19696

3

mdl-q761

Hung cic due to transient transmission error.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn017 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn018. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn017

Protocol patch CSCOnn017 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea36478

2

mdl-callctrl

PGW does not interpret ISUP ACM BCI correctly.

CSCeb14367

2

mdl-q761

PGW releases the call with wrong cause code when Glare happens.

CSCeb18240

2

mdl-q767

Q767_INDONESIA fails calls, when IAM has unknown parameters.

CSCea93425

3

protocol

When T33 timer expires it should trigger an alarm.

CSCeb02800

3

mdl-eisup

EISUP timer needs to exceed 3 seconds to allow SS7 control.

CSCeb06969

3

other

On restart PGW sends maintenance CGB.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn016 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn017. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn016

Protocol patch CSCOnn016 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb13987

2

ioccc7

Transit Network Selection Bit makes all call fail.

CSCeb17066

2

mdl-ansi-ss7

When a GRA message is received from the PSTN side with the Status bit set to 1, the PGW CICs should reflect a BLK=REMMAN. Current 9.3(2) functionality reflects the CIC state as BLK=NONE.


This patch provides updates to the ANSI SS7 protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn015 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn016. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn015

Protocol patch CSCOnn015 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea89288

2

mdl-callctrl

Missing CDBs during switch over on PGW.

CSCuk43510

3

iocm

No ring back when IP phone blind-transfers calls between PSTNs.

CSCea71715

3

mdl-btnup

BTNUP answer timeout (TO_2) needs to be configurable.

CSCea89255

3

mdl-callctrl

Inconsistent call state on PGW between rtrv-ne-health.

CSCeb00362

3

mdl-q761

Call history parameter should be removed from Connect message for UK.

CSCuk43509

3

protocol

H323 calls over multiple PGWs result in an extra Notification msg.

CSCea45227

6

other

Support for Malaysia ISUP.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn014 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn015. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea71715—The TO_2 timer can now be configured using the RingNoAnswer property (an existing unused property) to override a BTNUP timer.

Both patches CSCOnn015 and CSCOgs013 must be installed.

CSCOnn014

Protocol patch CSCOnn014 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk43321

2

mdl-eisup

ST. PGW releases call after DTMF tone when EISUP link goes OOS.

CSCea86259

3

mdl-eisup

PGW: call fail with RSC after third CPG due to call forward noanswer.

CSCuk43448

3

mdl-callctrl

No cut-through for ACM (No Indication / Inband) for H.323 to SS7.

CSCuk43246

3

iocm

ST. PGW treats T38_STOP message as unknown type.


This patch provides updates to the following:

EISUP

LCM

CONNECTION_PLANE_MANAGER

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn013 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn014. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn013

Protocol patch CSCOnn013 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy59888

3

engine

Circuits are not unblocked when blocking type is different.

CSCea73437

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

Carrier Sel Info Parameter dropped in IAM if spare value used.

CSCea59309

3

mdl-q761

ISUP message sequence is wrong.

CSCea73072

3

mdl-q761

ROSE parameter should not be supported in UK ISUP.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn012 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn013. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn012

Protocol patch CSCOnn012 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk42639

1

mdl-q761

ST: Ref. ID in the CRGT from the PGW is coded incorrectly says DTAG.

CSCuk42771

2

mdl-analysis

ST: Digit Analysis does not wait for stop digit.

CSCea54162

2

mdl-connctrl

Echo set for T38 Fax call incorrectly.

CSCuk42530

2

mdl-eisup

ST. PGW releases active calls when EISUP link with HSI bounces.

CSCea72075

3

mdl-analysis

Screening Indicator should not be modified when acting as transit sw.

CSCea58684

3

mdl-callcontext

For CDB-1110/ANSI Redirecting value not in CDE-Tag 4060 or 2017.

CSCea70384

3

mdl-q761

NRM message handled incorrectly after PCI implementation.

CSCea64095

3

mdl-q767

Call on first CIC of span may fail for 30sec after PGW start-up.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn011 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn012. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn011

Protocol patch CSCOnn011 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea52968

2

mdl-connctrl

ECAN always OFF on originating GW in two-PGW scenario.

CSCea44731

2

mdl-q721

HUNG CICs on SS7 and NAS with CTUP call T6 and T7 expired.

CSCea14484

2

mdl-q761

Calls may remain hung after sigpath failure.

CSCea53731

2

mdl-q761

PGW is sending CFN after receiving CRG (Vietnam ISUP) message.

CSCea58154

2

mdl-q761

CGU/CGUA response incorrect with Hongkong ISUP.

CSCea42009

2

mdl-q767

Q767_RUSS discards Russian ISUP specific messages.

CSCea23294

6

other

CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn010 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn011. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Patches CSCOnn011 and CSCOgs010 must both be installed before starting the PGW 2200 system.

CSCea23294—CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB Featurette—This featurette adds the following new fields to the existing 1110 CDB:

Origination Point Code (OPC)

Destination Point Code (DPC)

Circuit Identification Code (CIC)


Note This feature is only applicable to the PGW configured in Signaling Mode.


CSCOnn010


Caution The fix needed for CSCea44654 (located in package CSCOgs009) required that a change be made directly to the patching tool. Please copy /auto/mgc-sqa/PATCHES/9.3.2/patch to the /opt/SW directory on your test platform before installing the patches (S9/P10).

Protocol patch CSCOnn010 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea25951

2

mdl-callctrl

T38 fax calls fail VISM - EISUP - VISM.

CSCea11035

2

mdl-eisup

Echo on PSTN calls to CCM when conference calls are setup.

CSCuk41182

2

mdl-q761

ST: IOT test 2.9.6 fails PGW does not send APM.

CSCuk41185

2

mdl-q761

ST: PGW does not transit parameter compatibility inf. of some param.

CSCuk41232

2

mdl-q761

ST: PGW does not respond to CRGT (short form of ASN.1) with CRGA.

CSCuk41635

2

mdl-q761

ST: PGW does not transit short USI send for tmr 64K call.

CSCea41634

2

mdl-q767

PGW is not using configured timer T9 for Q767_BASE variant.

CSCuk40346

3

mdl-q761

ST: PGW sends Pre-Release during testcase IBC_V_1_7_2_7_b.

CSCea33813

3

mdl-sip

Secret numbers shown in SIP Diversion field.

CSCea14531

6

other

Overdecadic Digit Support for Finnish ISUP featurette.

CSCea43347

6

other

PCI & MCI Support for UK ISUP featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn009 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn010. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea14531—Overdecadic Digit Support for Finnish ISUP featurette—this featurette extends the Finnish ISUP to add 32 digit and overdecadic digit (A-F) support.

CSCea43347—PCI & MCI Support for UK ISUP featurette—this featurette enhances the UK ISUP featurette (on the PGW 2200) to support sending and receiving the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and Message Compatibility Information (MCI).

CSCOnn009

Protocol patch CSCOnn009 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea25635

2

mdl-connctrl

Echo control only set on originating leg of VISM PRI call.

CSCdz88349

2

mdl-eisup

PGW not sending S: rt to GW after receiving Signal parameter from HSI.

CSCea18611

3

mdl-analysis

BNationalPrefix and BInternationPrefix not functioning on SIP trnkg.

CSCdy10909

3

mdl-eisup

Cause value for ISUP to EISUP is not correct for interwork_unspecifi.

CSCuk40096

3

mdl-mgcp

ST: Hairpin calls should not request ft/mt tone detection.

CSCdz42801

3

mdl-q721

Waiting for RAN timer does not time out in 9.3(2).

CSCuk41233

3

mdl-q761

ST: PGW sets wrong value in message compatibility in APM for Ger.

CSCdy33095

6

mdl-eisup

HSI INFO Support featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn008 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn009. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCdy33095—HSI INFO Support featurette—This featurette implements the signal parameter for EISUP, which is used to carry tone information. The tone information is sent to the gateway to generate a ringback tone when instructed by HSI.

CSCOnn008

Protocol patch CSCOnn008 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz58513

2

mdl-sip

Unable to send BYE for out of seq contact with no user info.

CSCuk40343

3

mdl-q761

ST: PGW sends pre-release during testcase IBC_V_1_7_1_3.

CSCuk40344

3

mdl-q761

ST: Screening indicators are not valid for Calling Party number.

CSCuk40346

3

mdl-q761

ST: PGW sends pre-release during testcase IBC_V_1_7_2_7_b.

CSCdz83234

3

protocol

Israel ISUP:Overdecadic digits are not handled properly.

CSCea05987

3

protocol

Confusion message not sent when NRM is received in UK-ISUP.


This patch provides updates to the following:

Q761 Protocol Suite

ANSI Protocol Suite

SIP Protocols

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn007 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn008. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn007

Protocol patch CSCOnn007 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz62275

1

mdl-q721

SSUTR2 IAM over eisup not working.

CSCuk39842

2

mdl-eisup

Can't call from HSI to EISUP trunk.

CSCdz60307

2

protocol

Israel ISUP: PGW should not send Invite message after receiving SUS.

CSCdz41709

3

protocol

In Israel ISUP in ACM called party should be ordinary_subscriber.

CSCdz60278

3

protocol

Israel ISUP:SIP-SS7 calls PGW should send 183 for ANM with no charge.

CSCdz39488

6

protocol

Overdecadic Digit Support for SSUTR2 featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn006 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn007. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCdz39488—Overdecadic Digit Support for SSUTR2 Featurette—overdecadic digit support for the SSUTR2 protocol.

CSCOnn006


Caution The fix required for CSCdz59496 has resulted in changes to the patch tool. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn006/CSCOgs005.

Protocol patch CSCOnn006 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz42291

2

mdl-btnup

Presentation Number NOA is not populated correctly for BTNUP.

CSCdz49149

2

mdl-btnup

PGW send incorrect presentation number with Overdecadic digits.

CSCdy19354

2

mdl-cdr

Maintenance circuit count is wrong in 4077 CDE.

CSCdz44435

2

mdl-q721

Tccr Timer is not run on COT failure for CTUP signaling.

CSCdz31112

2

mdl-sip

PGW process NULL as a valid value for AInternationalPrefix parameter.

CSCdz38418

2

protocol

Israel ISUP:PGW is releasing the call after sending INR.

CSCdy66249

3

ioccsip

Call disconnected without cause if CGPN = Diverted number.

CSCuk39166

3

mdl-analysis

INAP prepaid: Final charging contains empty REL timepoint field.

CSCdz32902

3

mdl-q761

sc2200: call rejected from ported number.

CSCuk39407

3

mdl-q761

ST: PGW sends Message in diagnostic of CFN for cause value 99.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn005 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn006. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn005

Protocol patch CSCOnn005 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz30222

2

mdl-callctrl

If incoming COT failed the circuit becomes unavailable.

CSCdz35604

3

mdl-ni2

Wrong bearer capability ID is set in the setup message.


This patch provides updates to the following:

lcm

BELL_1268_C2

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn004 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn005. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn004

Protocol patch CSCOnn004 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz05682

1

mdl-sip

SIP calls fail due to SDP strings case sensitivity.

CSCdy80661

2

mdl-analysis

Incoming prefix number not removed.

CSCuk38688

2

mdl-callctrl

IP phone call to VISM PRI does not set echo in MGCP.

CSCuk37364

2

mdl-in

INAP prepaid: Apply Charging-Final Report missing data and bad format.

CSCdy66649

3

mdl-analysis

DataBaseAccessFail on Gen-Analysis when AOCEnabled=1.

CSCuk38893

3

mdl-analysis

CPCMOD resulttype will not function when derived from BDIGTREE.

CSCdz21891

3

mdl-callctrl

Scaling factor for ExpiryWarningToneDuration timer is incorrect.

CSCuk37427

3

mdl-in

INAP prepaid: No SCF resp to ODisc causes no Apply Charging Final rep.

CSCuk37403

3

sccp-tcap

INAP prepaid: Problems with handling incorrect message content from SCF.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn003 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn004. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn003


Caution The addition of the new protocol ISUPV2_ISRAEL (CSCdy26193) has caused changes in the CSCO40xxx.pkg, CSCO41xxx.pkg, and CSCO42xxx.pkg protocol packages. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn003/CSCOgs003.

Protocol patch CSCOnn003 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy54815

2

mdl-analysis

Bearer-Capability conversion index.

CSCdy81632

2

mdl-callctrl

BCM (Backward Charging Message) is not forwarded for Type B calls.

CSCuk38275

2

mdl-connctrl

CA notified DTMF relay fails on second digit exchange from GW.

CSCdy71790

2

mdl-eisup

CP_ERR_OBJ_PTR_IS_NULL for every h323-ss7 and h323-h323 calls.

CSCdy81658

2

mdl-q761

PGW is not sending CAM message after receiving TCM for Type A calls.

CSCdy81683

2

mdl-q761

PGW should stop sending BLO message after receiving local unblock.

CSCdy85539

2

mdl-q761

PGW releases the call if NOA of CPN is 77(Test Call) for Israel ISUP.

CSCdy85554

2

mdl-q761

Israel ISUP: PGW should not acknowledge for CGB with range value 31.

CSCuk38269

2

mdl-q761

ST: ISUPV2 POLISH Cause Indicator in CFN message has wrong length.

CSCuk38294

2

mdl-q761

ST: ISUPV2_POLISH fails test case Q.784 1.7.2.8.

CSCuk38776

2

mdl-q761

ST: Polish ISUP: Call with invalid CPN and f-digit is not released.

CSCuk38779

2

mdl-q761

ST: Polish ISUP: Test Q.784-1 5.2.1 fails w/ wrong cause. 31 expected.

CSCdy80163

2

mdl-sip

SS7 to SIP call does not go through when 302 contact is different.

CSCdy81673

3

mdl-q761

Israel ISUP call released with wrong cause code after T6 expiration.

CSCuk38268

3

mdl-q761

ST: ISUPV2_POLISH fails test case Q.784 1.7.1.6.

CSCdy85611

3

mdl-q761

Israel ISUP:PGW is not passing CPC value 10 (Transit Call)

CSCdz01532

3

protocol

INN field value sent in CPN should be 1 always for Israel ISUP.

CSCdz01562

3

protocol

PGW should pass spare CPC values transparently for Type B calls.

CSCdz10792

3

protocol

PGW is not determining Exchange Type properly for Israel ISUP.

CSCdz15022

3

protocol

Israel ISUP: PGW is sending wrong protocol name in PRN parameter.

CSCdy26193

6

other

Israeli ISUP Support on the PGW.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn002 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn003. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn002

Protocol patch CSCOnn002 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy86796

1

mdl-callctrl

Terminating call leg is missing in Standby after checkpointing.

CSCdy37631

2

engine

New time routing gets alarm: ANAL: TableFail_RouteHolTable.

CSCdy73966

2

mdl

IRI is dropped by Egress PGW.

CSCdy84821

2

mdl-callctrl

NAS pkg calls fail to connect using overlap on T7 timer expiry.

CSCuk37362

2

mdl-callctrl

INAP prepaid: Calls complete when SCP connection not IS rel on Ta3,T2.

CSCdy74239

3

mdl-callctrl

MGCP con not deleted - Rel not sent - CIC stuck.

CSCuk37282

6

ioccxgcp

NF: Disable MGCP-NTFY Response Timer to Allow VPDN Tunnel Support.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOnn001 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOnn002. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOnn001


Caution The new protocol ANSISS7_E1 (CSCdy20243) has been added to the CSCO10xxx.pkg protocol package. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn001/CSCOgs001.

Protocol patch CSCOnn001 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy59871

2

mdl-callctrl

INAP prepaid: Calls complete when SCP connection not IS rel on Ta3.

CSCdy61198

2

mdl-callctrl

Geographic Redundancy: Some calls are not checkpointed to standby PGW.

CSCuk36876

2

mdl-connctrl

The CRCX message is incorrect for T.38 Fax.

CSCdy20882

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

PGW does not handle spare bits in IAM correctly.

CSCdx71743

3

mdl-callcontext

Charge Band Number (CHB tag 4078) is not populated in CDR.

CSCdy30771

3

mdl-callctrl

ITU-CIC-Selection (glare).

CSCdy32666

3

mdl-callctrl

Incorrect REL cause code when terminating switch is unavailable.

CSCdy20243

6

other

NF: Support for ANSI E1s.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs054


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

System patch CSCOgs054 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse93064

2

engine

prov-exp causes high CPU based on customer's config


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs053


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

System patch CSCOgs053 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse18162

3

engine

coredump found when SysConnectDataAccess set to false.

CSCse42861

3

engine

Routing table information becomes corrupted when adding more trnkgrps.

CSCse37883

4

mdl-tools

the sip-sip MDL trace in 9.3(2) can not simprint in less.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs052 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs053. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs052


Caution The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script (patch.sh) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

System patch CSCOgs052 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse19592

3

engine

Endless EFail messages from engine to mdl if ether link down.

CSCse18019

3

ioccc7

porting code from 9.5(2) to 9.3(2) for PGW coredump on cmHashListDelete.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs051 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs052. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs051


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs051 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse12574

3

mdl-sip

Gratuitous arp sent due to ethernet link flaps regardless of PGW status.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs050 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs051. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs050


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs050 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc60354

3

sun

chk_inv failing.

CSCsc66392

3

engine

PGW sudden switchover due to busy call clean up.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

pom

replicator

mmSAgt

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs049 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs050. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs049


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs049 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc20364

3

snmp

SNMP traps contain wrong component name after dynamic reconfig.


This patch provides updates to the following:

sagt

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs048 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs049. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

The chk_inv tool generates the following error after installing this patch. These errors are a display issue and do not impact system operation. The fix will be issued in the next 9.3(2) system patch.

Error: Checksums do not match...
Expected Checksum: libsa.so(3795774154, 279344)
Installed Checksum: /opt/CiscoMGC/lib/libsa.so(4101481512, 261816)
Error: Checksums do not match...
Expected Checksum: mmSAgt(1223290572, 670556)
Installed Checksum: /opt/CiscoMGC/bin/mmSAgt(2043983133, 671072)
Error: Checksums do not match...
Expected Checksum: sagt(3299509120, 655456)
Installed Checksum: /opt/CiscoMGC/bin/sagt(1605520159, 632748)

CSCOgs048


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs048 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb67247

3

mdl-q767

SAM measurement not present in Q.767 due to Incorrect string.


This patch provides updates to the following:

measCats.dat

sagt

mmSAgt

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs047 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs048. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs047


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs047 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb49472

3

mdl-cdr

Invalid CDR records when OOS a trunk.


This patch provides updates to the following:

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs046 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs047. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs046


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs046 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa88354

3

mdl-cdr

PGW sets ACM_Alert_tm(4004): to Epoch time in CDR when no ACM present.


This patch provides updates to the following:

search.tbc

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs045 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs046. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs045


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs044 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa67186

3

ioccc7

PGW coredump in 9.3(2) on cmHashListDelete.


This patch provides updates to the following:

SS7

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs044 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs045. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs044


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs044 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa60283

3

provision

PGW 9.3(2) path level gs040/nn47 coredump on POM during prov-sync.

CSCsa67416

3

engine

HW CGB not clearing calls correctly.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs043 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs044. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCsa67416—The new parameter is for Nailed Solutions (Supercell). When the parameter is enabled, a gateway span is shut down while calls are up. Release messages are still sent to the SS7 side to clear the call. This is in addition to the CGB (hardware block) messages (functionality is the same).

CSCOgs043


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs043 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg65455

3

configlib

Critical process MOOS error message received during failover.

CSCeg87085

3

engine

PGW engine cores with smatall.

CSCeh00554

3

other

With diskmonitor.CoreRmDays > 0 cores are not found and removed.


This patch provides updates to the following:

callver

alarmCats.dat

diskmonitor.sh

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs042 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs043. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs042


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs042 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg67455

3

engine

PGW should support the option of sending hardware block messages.

CSCeg88664

2

toolkit

Not able to do Translation verification with 9.3(2).


This patch provides updates to the following:

migrate_XECfgParm

XECfgParm.dat

libcmg.so

librmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs041 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs042. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

A new XECfgParm.dat parameter engine .SendHardwareBlock has been added. Valid values are true and false (default). If set to true, the PGW sends hardware oriented blocking messages for any blocks that originate from the media gateways. If set to false, the PGW only sends maintenance oriented blocking messages for all blocking cases.

This parameter must be added manually (using a UNIX editor such as vi) on release 9.3 and 9.4 systems. The di script automatically adds this parameter (if not already existing), to release 9.5 systems and above.

For more information, refer to PGW Should Support the Option of Sending Hardware Block Messages in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

CSCOgs041


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs041 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg66955

2

engine

Incorrect CIC state after manual block and GW Shutdown.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs040 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs041. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs040


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs040 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg55348

2

engine

engine.smartall has crashed with core everyday.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs039 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs040. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs039


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs039 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg32593

3

engine

PGW sending maintenance CGB instead of H/W CGB.

CSCeg34956

3

engine

PGW core dump in engine.smartall process.


This patch provides updates to the following:

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs038 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs039. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs038


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs038 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg27838

3

engine

PGW - ghost calls still sending CDR records

CSCeg30223

3

ioccc7

SS7 IOCC is core dumping due to bad pointer dereference,v-ms-sol

CSCef95049

3

engine

Incorrect error CP_ERR_INV_COMM for a kill-call on virtual DPNSS cir.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

SS7

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs037 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs038. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs037


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs037 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef64028

3

mdl-q761

NZ T9 Timer needs to be set to 240 sec/ 4 minutes.

CSCee89984

3

engine

Incorrect error CP_ERR_INV_COMM for a kill-call on virtual DPNSS cir.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs036 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs037. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs036


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs036 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef31591

3

other

Core in SS7 IO Channel Controller - not reproducible.

CSCef42826

3

engine

PGW: Stopping ghost call to be created even the replicator fails.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

SS7

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs035 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs036. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs035


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs035 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee46182

3

engine

Hung Calls on STBY when replicator link goes down/up.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs034 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs035. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs034


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs034 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed55086

3

engine

rtrv-rte shows incorrect info after switch over.

CSCee21576

3

upgrade

9.3(2) MGC_Uninstall appends to 9.4(1) /var/adm/MGC_uninstall.log.


This patch provides updates to the following:

uninstall.sh (needs to be copied to test box)

mml

TCAP

ioChanMgr

libconvutil.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs033 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs034. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs033


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs033 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee21060

3

replicator

Replicator process not freeing file descriptors leading to high CPU.


This patch provides updates to the following:

replicator

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs032 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs033. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs032


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs032 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed76562

3

replicator

IP failure cause Replication process to become unstable and crash.

CSCed86289

3

iocceisup

EISUP call to HSI fail after switchover due to loss of IP connection.

CSCee07686

3

engine

PGW does not set link OOS when peerCommTimeout > 6 seconds.


This patch provides updates to the following:

EISUP

replicator

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs031 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs032. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs031


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs031 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed25077

2

iocm

VISM config should generate alarms in regards to the IP Route.

CSCed54225

3

ioccpriip

BSM error message for rudpv1EstablishConnection setsockopt fail.

CSCed76634

3

iocm

SIP sigPath cannot send out message after engine reload.


This patch provides updates to the following:

ISDNIP

EISUP

ISDNL3

ioChanMgr

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs030 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs031. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs030


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs030 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed41096

2

engine

GRS received after RSC/GRS sent not handled correctly.

CSCed66940

3

engine

PGW should send CGB with reason Maintenance upon IP failure.

CSCec61593

4

pkg

CCO PGW 9.3.2 decode932.pl has the wrong comment.


This patch provides updates to the following:

sp

libcmg.so

libeng.so

libcxn.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs029 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs030. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs029


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs029 resolves the following DDTS ticket:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy46605

3

engine

Threshold alarm not cleared after sw-over.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

librmg.so

engine

MGCP

replicator

pom

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs028 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs029. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs028


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs028 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed05599

3

engine

engine core after hung call.

CSCed18393

3

engine

standby shows some circuits in interface_disabled state.

CSCed20038

3

engine

successive query-cic under load causes hung cic.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

librmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs027 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs028. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs027


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs027 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec63901

3

engine

Description on CP_ERR_UNKN_BLKTP and : unknown block type x.

CSCec79595

3

engine

successive query-cic under load cause hung cic.

CSCec89318

3

engine

query-cic may cause engine core dump.

CSCed06077

3

engine

PGW engine core after adding bearchan.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs026 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs027. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs026


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs026 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz61965

3

provision

Deletion of ss7subsys prevent2th sw-over to succeed.

CSCec30738

3

snmp

config-snmp:Remove restriction-error msgs-sentence structure.

CSCec54358

3

provision

possibility of pom core..no error check for remove (write_state).

CSCec61101

3

toolkit

Alarm Viewer cannot convert dates from certain time zones.

CSCec64771

3

engine

engine core after prov-dply.

CSCec67102

3

mmlhelp

mml help file should contain NETIND value and definition.

CSCec73147

3

ioccisdnl3

ISDNL3 process core after provisioning one dchan with pri=2.

CSCec57603

4

mmdb

Modify path to TimesTen in delete_replication.sh script.


This patch provides updates to the following:

mmSAgt

ISDNL3

mml

libxe.so

libpolcomp.so

librmg.so

delete_replication.sh

MML Help

Alarm Viewer

config-snmp

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs025 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs026. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs025


Note The patch install utility has been updated. You must copy the script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs025 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec28702

2

procm

PROV-DPLY followed by SW-OVER::CONFIRM cause intermittent IOCM=OOS.

CSCec26703

3

provision

MML should not allow user to delete sigPath before deleting routes.

CSCec42196

3

engine

If dialplan fails to load it should be prompted into platform.log.

CSCec50796

3

mml

SPAN validation problem when doing prov-add:switchtrnk.

CSCec16834

4

mmlhelp

[ProtocolidandVariantidProv] not found in mmlhelp for prov-add.

CSCeb22888

6

other

Support for ANSI 2000 featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

ioChanMgr

pom

mml

sagt

MGCP

mmSAgt

procM

libpolcomp.so

librmg.so

libxe.so

libsa.so

libpxelog.so

libconvutil

MML HELP

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs024 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs025. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Both patches CSCOnn028 and CSCOgs025 must be installed.

CSCeb22888—Support for ANSI 2000 —This featurette (CSCeb22888) adds ANSI 2000 ISUP support on the PGW for transit scenarios. This includes switched, call-control solution (using EISUP), and nailed, signaling mode solutions using GTD.

For more information, refer to the Support for ANSI 2000 featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs024

System patch CSCOgs024 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec18051

3

mml

rtrv-sip:all on PGW w/no SIP config = Segmentation fault.

CSCec18118

3

procm-ft

No process listed in rtrv-alms for ipAddrPeerA & ipAddrPeerB.

CSCec27211

3

engine

need to avoid error log for newly introduced property.

CSCec29840

3

iocm

UNK alarm seen after dynamic reconfiguration.

CSCec34461

3

engine

PGW loses call state map entries upon glare condition (MGCP dial-pkg).

CSCec29572

3

toolkit

Can not save files using standard Unix System-V naming convention.

CSCec33416

3

provision

prov-add allows OPC to be used for APC in the linkset command.

CSCeb68411

3

mdl-cdr

Tags 4052 and 4053 are found in CDB1010 Spec says they should not.

CSCec06961

6

other

CgPN Incomplete Indicator featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

ioChanMgr

pom

mml

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

Alarm viewer

CDR viewer

log Viewer

translation verification

propSet.xml.dat

properties.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs023 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs024. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Both patches CSCOnn027 and CSCOgs024 must be installed.

CSCec06961—Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator Featurette— provides a configurable option to set the Calling Party Number Incomplete Indicator field within IAM to Incomplete for all calls.


Note This featurette only affects the ISUP protocols that use the Incomplete Indicator as part of the Calling Party Number parameter. These include all variants of: Q721, Q761, Q767, and EISUP.


For more information, refer to the Calling Party Number (CgPN) Incomplete Indicator featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs023

System patch CSCOgs023 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb48509

3

mml

PGW: resultset name 20 chars long are accepted but prov-cpy fails.

CSCec11621

3

dumper

Pointless Empty alm files created on Stdby. DDTS to cleanup empty fil.

CSCeb73293

3

toolkit

Translation Verification Tool fails with multiple dialplan.


This patch provides updates to the following:

simWriter

libpolnuman.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs022 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs023. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs022

System patch CSCOgs022 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb18399

3

procm

File Transfer failed for measThreshold.dat after switchover.

CSCeb45636

3

iocm

OOS LINH SS7-Link on Active goes OOS LINH&CONF after switch-over.

CSCeb64479

3

iocm-sj

Standby do not always reflect correct MGCP/IP-Link state.

CSCec18135

3

procm

Pom no longer raising alarms on lower node id when STBY down.

CSCec18168

3

iocm

Warm-Start Failure if same DPC deleted/re-added/deleted again.

CSCec19329

3

provision

Provisioning should not allow span >127 on Ni2.

CSCec20382

3

mml

MML process core dumped when provisioning the PGW.

CSCec18074

3

engine

VoipOrigChargeNum:failed to get property value for each call.

CSCeb82806

4

alrmm

Alarms w/ customer references should be removed per Cisco policy.

CSCeb58248

6

toolkit

Inconsistent naming convention for saved Toolkit files.


This patch provides updates to the following:

procM

amDmpr

ioChanMgr

mml

simWriter

alarmCats.dat

logviewer

cdrViewer

libxe.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs021 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs022. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs021

System patch CSCOgs021 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec05048

1

engine

Engine Core dumps when NAS is power cycled with Thundervoice calls.

CSCeb72578

2

provision

Prov-dply fails with error transferring files.

CSCeb76067

2

flovr

SIP Virtual IP triggers failover under certain conditions.

CSCec10692

2

engine

unterminated string in engine code -- may corrupt memory.

CSCec05105

3

mml

MML audit capability required User should be identifiable in MML log.

CSCec06419

3

dumper

cdrDmpr.openCDR core if it is set to false and a sw-over happen.

CSCea69350

3

mdl-cdr

CDE-Tags 4034 and 4035 not populated per design specs ENG-43871.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

mml

pom

foverd

cdrDmpr

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs020 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs021. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs020

System patch CSCOgs020 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb30281

2

engine

digmodstrings not being updated correctly during provisioning.

CSCea51570

3

provision

after dialplan deletion its associated data still in timesten db.

CSCeb72149

3

mml

Can start MML w/ [mml -p] or [mml -d] but get no syntax explanation.

CSCeb73838

3

snmp

SNMP security enhancement.

CSCeb75058

3

provision

Duplicated line produced when export configuration.

CSCeb77298

3

mml

Inconsistent timestamp produced in MML log for MML commands executed.

CSCeb77669

3

provision

numan-rtrv for digit trees empty even though data is provisioned.


This patch provides updates to the following:

mml

libpolnuman.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

libinf.so

ca

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs019 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs020. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

This patch implements the SNMP configuration tool (config-snmp). This script is used for the following:

To modify the smpd.cnf file to automatically migrate old configuration files to a secure environment.

To facilitate the addition or deletion of the community stream and trap destination. (There is no limit to the number of user names that can be added.)

For more information, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

CSCOgs019


Note The patch install utility has been updated. If using Nigerian ISUP, you must copy this script from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-932 to the /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


System patch CSCOgs019 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea37928

3

pxelogger

Control characters in platform.log messages corrupts grep display.,Mistral

CSCeb47560

3

engine

CP_ERR_GET_PROP does not state the property it failed to get.

CSCeb63308

3

engine

CP_ERR_FIND_CALL_FOR_CALLID cannot find call for call id.

CSCeb63417

3

dumper

amDmpr cores intermittently on Failovers.

CSCeb65575

3

engine

Cpu Sample is added to platform.log as engine error.

CSCeb66985

3

dumper

CDR opened on Standby then rotated when Active. CDR file is empty.

CSCeb72915

3

provision

Patch 9.3(2)S18 causes extra restart of standby on switchover.

CSCea87987

3

procm

diskmonitor does not erase oldest config.

CSCeb47334

4

dumper

Intermittent CDR core dump when CiscoMGC bounces.

CSCea64093

6

other

Nigerian ISUP featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

callver

simWriter

cfgM

almM

procM

mmdbd

measMgr

cdrDmpr

amDmpr

pom

cms

LogServerd

mmSAgt

ca

ISDNIP

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI,

TCAP

foverd

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs018 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs019. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea64093—Nigerian ISUP featurette—Implementation of ISUP variant for Nigeria. For more information on this featurette, refer to the Nigerian ISUP featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs018

System patch CSCOgs018 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb52230

2

xe

prov-dply fails with error transferring files.

CSCeb52241

3

ioccc7

PGW reply with wrong Ptcode when using JAPAN ISUP.

CSCeb30321

3

configlib

Execution of the config lib script is restricted to mgcusr.

CSCeb43831

3

ioccc7

PGW use the wrong point code mask internally when using Japan ISUP.

CSCdz87084

3

provision

Provisioning needs to check limits for DPCs and Routes.

CSCea64064

3

provision

Post provisioning MML error.

CSCeb45565

3

dumper

PGW CDB file processing problems during fail-over.

CSCeb42446

6

snmp

Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI card support feature.

CSCeb42459

6

toolkit

Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI card support feature.


This patch provides updates to the following:

chk_inv

cdrDmpr

pom

SS7

ioChanMgr

mml

libpom.so

libconvutil.so

libpolcomp.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs017 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs018. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs017

System patch CSCOgs017 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb34723

2

engine

Call on master cic is cleared upon VISM graceful shutdown.

CSCeb38217

2

protocol

PGW is running out of VM when MGCP process is growing.

CSCeb34395

3

alrmm

Re-enable LOM functionality to control LEDs dry-contacts.

CSCeb34601

3

engine

No DLCX sent to VISM upon call release after line graceful down/up.

CSCeb26607

3

provision

prov-exp:all creates sigsvcprop mml with invalid ISUP timer.

CSCeb45931

3

sccp-tcap

Remove extraneous code from TCAP.

CSCea11916

4

iocm-sj

Remove unsleep calls from ioChanMgr use ioIPC queue methods.

CSCeb36173

5

provision

Debug message need to be removed from numan-dlt output.

CSCeb37486

6

mdl-ansi-ss7

Configurable Charge Number Change Request.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcxn.so

libconvutil.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libcmg.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

libpolcomp.so

TCAP

MGCP

ioChanMgr

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

pom

sagt

replicator

mml

mmSAgt

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs016 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs017. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCeb37486—Configurable Charge Number Change Request—This featurette allows outgoing IAM messages to be populated with a configurable charge number for calls originating in the VoIP network. For more information on this featurette refer to Configurable Charge Number Change Request in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


Note The Configurable Charge Number Change Request featurette will not be propagated to later software releases. This featurette is for release 9.3(2) only.


CSCOgs016

System patch CSCOgs016 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb15528

2

provision

Unable to provision Percentage Routing on migrated 9.3(2) PGW.

CSCeb32257

3

ioccc7

SS7 core after committed a configuration changes.

CSCea66745

3

mmlhelp

MML Command Reference Documentation needs SIP updates.

CSCeb27198

3

mmlhelp

no mml on line help for prov-add:sigpathprof command.

CSCeb27241

3

mmlhelp

Missing parameter VARIANT in prov-add:profile mml help.

CSCea90536

3

provision

Provisioning fails w/SysGeneratedcode=false and no .so file present Featurette.

CSCeb35772

4

mml

MML Test harness needs to be updated.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolcomp.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolnuman.so

almM

pom

SS7

MGCP

SIP

ioChanMgr

mml

kill-call.help

prt-call.help

prov-add.help

rtrv-sip.help

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

properties.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs015 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs016. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

This patch also includes a fix for CSCeb21001. The decode script (decode932.pl) has been updated to use mv instead of cp.

CSCOgs015

System patch CSCOgs015 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb03119

2

engine

Engine core twice a day for unknown reason.

CSCeb08077

2

mdl-callcontext

Echo Cntl dev ind on ACM not set when *.EchoCanRequired=True.

CSCeb13069

2

provision

numan-rtrv:digitree should display all applicable results.

CSCeb15467

3

engine

engine.PreAllocPerc needs to be defaulted to 0.

CSCeb25203

3

engine

SIP session renewal fails if reqURI and To do not match.

CSCeb12791

3

iocm

All C7 IP Links Fail alarm works only in single Protocol Family.

CSCeb22373

3

protocol

swType value for ISUPV3_UK_AXE10 was changed from 15 to 0.

CSCea86938

3

provision

Incorrect Error message for prov-sta failed with srcver=new.

CSCeb01983

3

provision

ISUP Timer profile does not update properties.dat for T7 timer.

CSCeb15639

3

provision

numan-dlt:bdigitree NOT work correctly with overlap digits configured.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpom.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

libpolnuman.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

pom

ioChanMgr

mml

propSet.xml.dat

propSet.xsd.dat

variant.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs014 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs015. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs014

System patch CSCOgs014 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea89528

2

other

chk_inv script failed on V120 platform.

CSCdz27197

3

engine

Calls get Temporary Failure with SS7/MGCP/EISUP and bidirection call.

CSCea71772

3

toolkit

TOOLKIT: CDR_Viewer: Freeze problem when going from CLEAR to EXECUTE.

CSCea73508

3

toolkit

TOOLKIT: CDR_View: Broken-pipe error when using CURRENT-STOP option.

CSCea86938

3

provision

Incorrect Error message for prov-sta failed with srcver=new.

CSCea91758

3

provision

Provisioning should restrict number of SS7 IOCCs to 6.

CSCea93347

3

mml

Incorrect error message for set eisup iplnk to oos without confirm.

CSCeb03071

3

provision

T36 Timer range value incorrect for ANSI.

CSCeb06942

3

engine

Reset cic clears GW block.

CSCeb07091

3

provision

The UK T9 ISUP timer maximum setting needs increasing to 3 minutes.

CSCeb07271

3

upgrade

Migrated 7.4.11 property value invalid in 9.3.2.

CSCeb11712

3

iocm

SigPath component ID (00 15 00 01) is not removed in Japan IOCC code.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

mml

ioChanMgr

SS7

pom

chk_inv

propSet.xml.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs013 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs014. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs013

System patch CSCOgs013 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea53354

2

procm

Segmentation fault on standby after sw-over during prov-sync.

CSCea86785

3

mdl-ni2

No ISUP-transparency for early ACM.

CSCea37940

3

mml

prov-rtrv:siprttrnkgrp should not display TYPE field.

CSCea41083

3

mmlhelp

NO mml on line help for prov-rtrv:extnodetypes mml command.

CSCea18023

3

provision

Incorrect Error number for prov-cpy failed in batch mode.

CSCea53052

3

provision

MML does not allow to change linkset property for MTP timer.

CSCea82320

3

provision

Cannot configure SIPInSessionTimer for more than 1799999.

CSCea72313

3

xe

MML core on active while standby is down during prov-sync.

CSCea45227

6

other

Support for Malaysia ISUP featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolroute.so

libcxn.so

libpolnuman.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libxe.so

ioChanMgr

chk_inv

pom

ISDNL3

mml

variant.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

propSet.xml.dat

properties.dat

help.help

prov-rtrv.help

presentation.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs012 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs013. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Both patches CSCOnn015 and CSCOgs013 must be installed.

CSCOgs012

System patch CSCOgs012 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy59888

3

engine

Circuits are not unblocked when blocking type is different.

CSCuk42680

2

engine

ST. PGW releases call without notifying GW or DMS when NTFY on EISUP.

CSCea75258

3

ioccxgcp

MGCP links may timeout if invalid ping resp recvd before a valid one.

CSCea02428

2

provision

IOCM=OOS on Stby after reprovision on migrated 9.3(2) system.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpom.so

libcmg.so

pom

mml

MGCP

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs011 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs012. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea02428—For information on provisioning a system from a new configuration (prov-sta::srcver="new") when there is already an active configuration, refer to Provisioning From a New Configuration in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

CSCOgs011

System patch CSCOgs011 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea63794

3

alrmm

Getting Alarm MGMT_ERR_SETALMSEV - meaningless error.

CSCea50089

3

dumper

Measurement filenames in log directory are not moved to spool dir.

CSCdz56878

3

pkg

Dialplan fix where migration fails results in data loss on uninstall.

CSCea25831

3

toolkit

TOOLKIT: Config-lib: GUI crashes with no indication why?


This patch provides updates to the following:

almM

amDmpr

Toolbar.tbc

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs010 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs011. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs010

System patch CSCOgs010 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea41034

2

ioccsip

Dynamically Delete&Add siplnk all siplnk links went to INB.

CSCea40829

2

provision

Can Not modify siplnk via prov-ed:siplnk mml.

CSCea41355

2

xe

IPC msgs are being lost.

CSCea17943

3

engine

PGW shows CICs in service for not exist endpoints.

CSCea31058

3

engine

PGW: 9.3.2: ALM=Dial Plan Loading Failed SEV=MJ.

CSCea07480

3

ioccc7

Improve SS7 IOCC scaling to 256 DPCs per Instance 768 total.

CSCea59818

3

procm

POM crashed after multiple times prov-sync.

CSCea29905

3

procm-ft

pom core dumps during prov-sync file transfer.

CSCdz39481

6

other

Remove Total Number of Dialplans Limitation featurette.

CSCea23294

6

other

CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

librudp.so

libpolfiles.so

libpxelog.so

libcxn.so

libpolnuman.so

libxe.so

libpxe.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

converter

amDmpr

measMgr

pom

EISUP

SIP

MGCP

replicator

ISDNL3

TALI

SS7

ioChanMgr

mml

help.help

prt-call.help

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs009 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs010. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Patches CSCOnn011 and CSCOgs010 must both be installed before starting the PGW 2200 system.

CSCea23294—CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB Featurette—This featurette adds the following new fields to the existing 1110 CDB:

Origination Point Code (OPC)

Destination Point Code (DPC)

Circuit Identification Code (CIC)


Note This feature is only applicable to the PGW configured in Signaling Mode.


CSCdz39481—Remove Total Number of Dialplans Limitation Featurette—This featurette removes the limitation of the number of dialplans that can be supported on the PGW 2200.

You can configure up to 98 dialplans provided only installed and mml configured files are present in your /opt/CiscoMGC/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_<dirname> directory.

During patch upgrade you must ensure that there are no more than 127 files in your /opt/CiscoMGC/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_<dirname> directory before upgrading the active and standby systems to the same patch level.

CSCOgs009


Caution The fix needed for CSCea44654 (located in package CSCOgs009) required that a change be made directly to the patching tool. Please copy /auto/mgc-sqa/PATCHES/9.3.2/patch to the /opt/SW directory on your test platform before installing the patches (S9/P10).

System patch CSCOgs009 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea06106

2

engine

Signaling mode with > 256 SS7PATHs NASPATHs not showing ASSOC.

CSCea33900

2

iocm-sj

SIP links go to OOS SUPPENT when provisioning with srcver=new.

CSCea44739

2

pkg

/opt/CiscoMGC/lib directory needs cleaned up.

CSCdy28669

2

provision

prov-ed should not allow to edit priority for RLM link.

CSCea24986

2

upgrade

Migration of carriertbl does not work.

CSCea11449

3

engine

PGW does not respond to SIP messages,lwan worked on it.

CSCea44654

3

pkg

Remove Protocols ISUPV2_TOKYO and ISUPV3_FRENCH from delivery.

CSCea44705

3

protocol

Variant.dat needs to be cleaned up.

CSCdz00678

3

userdoc

SST state NA for Trans Prohibit not acceptable.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolroute.so

libcxn.so

libpolnuman.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

sagt

mmSAgt

MGCP

replicator

SS7

ioChanMgr

mml

pom

rtrv-rte.help

variant.dat

migrate_cpp_5_6

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs008 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs009. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCea24986—if your 9.3(2) configuration contains Carrier Table, you must run the migration script manually after installing this patch combination (CSCOnn010 and CSCOgs009) so that the Carrier Table data is properly migrated.

For information on checking if carriertbl is already provisioned, an example of a 9.2(2) system with carriertbl provisioned, and a 9.2(2) system that does not have carriertbl provisioned, see Carrier Table Migration From Release 9.2(2) to Release 9.3(2) in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section.

CSCOgs008

System patch CSCOgs008 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea10335

2

engine

resultset deleted from bdigitree when deployed from VSPT 2.3(2).

CSCdx24595

2

ioccxgcp

Correcting IP address on MGCP link it comes up OOS CONF.

CSCea24998

2

mml

prov-export is exporting carriertbl which is no longer supported.

CSCea20337

3

engine

Engine core when deleting mgcp link and re-adding.

CSCea21307

3

engine

Multiple call forwardings (SIP-PSTN-SIP) crashes PGW.

CSCdw62447

3

iocm

RTRV-C7LNK: ALL show different link state after switch-over.

CSCea05285

3

provision

Allow ISUP timers of protocol variant to use default protocol family.

CSCea24452

3

toolkit

TOOLKIT: CDR_Viewer: Tag variable error at start query; GUI freezes.

CSCea25938

3

toolkit

Toolkit: cdr search with variable freezes.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolroute.so

libcxn.so

libconvutil.so

libda.so

libpolnuman.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libcmg.so

libpolcomp.so

ioChanMgr

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

sagt

EISUP

ISDNIP

mmSAgt

replicator

SIP

MGCP

ISDNL3

TALI

SS7

mml

search.tbc

Toolbar.tbc

mmlCommands.dat

propSet.xml.dat

propSet.xsd.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs007 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs008. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs007

System patch CSCOgs007 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz69096

2

mml

rtrv-cfg: components command not working as documented.

CSCea08746

2

snmp

CIAgent does not detect the SUN V120 ERI ethernet interfaces.

CSCea06291

3

mml

RTRV-NE-HEALTH::CALLP not providing Successful-Call_Totals.

CSCdz86968

3

provision

Cannot correctly provision bdigittree.

CSCdz71394

6

ioccxgcp

Engine mute call and MGCP re-transmit platform.log-reduce logPrio.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpom.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

libda.so

libcxn.so

libpolnuman.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

MGCP

ioChanMgr

pom

mml

MeasView.tbc

XECfgParm.tbc

help.help

rtrv-admin-state.help

set-admin-state.help

sta-sc-trc.help

stp-call.help

stp-sc-trc.help

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs006 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs007. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs006

System patch CSCOgs006 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk40190

3

engine

Incorrect message in alarms when selcctres enabled but not active.

CSCdz63498

3

iocceisup

EISUP hog CPU.

CSCdz54353

3

iocm

Changing the C7IPLNK timeslot requires stop/start.

CSCdy66408

3

provision

POM reports GEN_ERR_FCOPY as <error> when no dial plan provisioned.

CSCuk40245

3

provision

Global screening tables not exported with prov-exp command.

CSCdv81498

3

xe

ENV_ERR_IPC_OPEN: IPC Open failed - Error code = Too many open files.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

libpolnuman.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

librmg.so

cms

cdrDmpr

sagt

procM

mmSAgt

replicator

SS7

pom

mml

EISUP

ISDNL3

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs005 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs006. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs005


Caution The fix required for CSCdz59496 has resulted in changes to the patch tool. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn006/CSCOgs005.

System patch CSCOgs005 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk39373

2

mml

mml cores on using numan-rtrv command.

CSCdz64574

2

provision

Cannot add an entry in global dialplan (GLBL).

CSCdx12473

3

engine

Threshold alarm is not SET/CLEARED after dynamic reconfig.

CSCdx46806

3

engine

PGW Performance counters/alarms should have NE(MGC-01) as compID.

CSCdz45964

3

ioccisup

EISUP hog CPU.

CSCdz24520

3

mmdb

Incorrect return value from replication_status.sh.

CSCdz59496

3

pkg

Execution of SUDO-PATCH-STATUS requires user to first take down PGW.

CSCdy89331

3

provision

After del a dialPlan the .dialPlan and .bin file should be deleted.

CSCdz41856

3

provision

prov-exp routing mml is incomplete if primary route is not used.

CSCdz56777

3

provision

GLBL.mml was created even if there was no global screen data.

CSCdz63187

3

provision

Should not be allowed to add GLBL dialplan.

CSCuk39457

3

provision

ST. PGW unable to provision CPC value 0 unknown in Q761 Q767.

CSCdx96083

3

toolkit

Tags are not displayed in Toolkit according to MGC Billing Int Spec,MISTRAL

CSCdz29831

3

toolkit

CDE_Tag value for 3017 not consistent with other Hex-like tags.,Mistral

CSCdz31559

3

userdoc

MML Help for RTTRNKGRP is incorrect

CSCdz56014

3

userdoc

Missing property descriptions in propSet.xml.dat

CSCdz21436

4

engine

MGC should use binary version of the routing tables by default.

CSCuk37673

6

provision

Global Screening Database Table featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

librudp.so

libmmdb.so

libpom.so

libsa.so

libconvutil.so

libda.so

libpolbase.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

get_trc.sh

chk_inv

cfgM

almM

procM

mmdbd

measMgr

cdrDmp

amDmp

ISDNIP

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI

ioChanMgr

TCAP

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

mml

foverd

mod_replication_port.sh

config-lib

proVal.xsd.dat

prop.xml.dat

presentation.dat

position.dat

migrateDB

migrate_cpp_4_5

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs004 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs005. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCuk37673—Global Screening Database Featurette—allows you to handle screening from a single database table instead of using multiple copies of screening tables by constructing a global database with a customer group id (GLBL) that can be searched from any dialplan. For more information, refer to the Global Screening Database Table featurette in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs004

System patch CSCOgs004 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz24627

2

upgrade

Migration of dialplans failed from 7.4(x) to 9.3(x).

CSCdy78297

3

mmlhelp

MML help request change.

CSCdy84789

3

provision

When deleting cond routes the empty nodes are not cleaned up.

CSCuk38845

3

provision

Unable to provision internal TMR value 0, speech in Q761, Q767.

CSCdz01440

6

toolkit

Toolkit: Add new window in log viewer for log types.


This patch provides updates to the following:

rtrv-c7lnk.help

migrate_cpp_5_6

migrate_cpp_4_5

libpolnuman.so

libpxelog.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

TCAP

mml

MGCP

replicator

File.tbc

LogViewer.tbc

Filter.tbc

trigger.template

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs003 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs004. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCdz24627—Migration of Dialplans Failed from 7.4(x) to 9.3(x)—If you receive the migrating dialplan error during migration, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide, Chapter 5, Upgrading to Cisco MGC Software Release 9.3(2), at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html.

As a result of propagating the 9.2(2) gs025 and gp026 patches to 9.3(2), the 32 Digit Support for Q767_RUSS featurette is available. For more information refer to CSCdz07399.

CSCOgs003


Caution The addition of the new protocol ISUPV2_ISRAEL (CSCdy26193) has caused changes in the CSCO40xxx.pkg, CSCO41xxx.pkg, and CSCO42xxx.pkg protocol packages. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn003/CSCOgs003.

System patch CSCOgs003 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz10784

1

engine

SS7 to SIP calls not going through.

CSCdy67887

2

engine

PGW doesn't populate Tag 3008 properly for A partly clearing calls.

CSCdy69014

3

iocm

SST state NA for Trans Prohibit not acceptable.

CSCdy75462

3

mml

Prov-exp only show first codec in GWDefaultCodecString cmd.


This patch provides updates to all libraries and binaries.

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs002 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs003. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs002

System patch CSCOgs002 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy78338

1

sccp-tcap

TCAP bin in gs0X patches cause INAP calls to no longer work.

CSCdy48225

2

provision

Provision/bearer Capability.

CSCdy66505

2

provision

Prov-dply and Prov-sync fails with Geographic Redundancy.

CSCdy71966

2

provision

Geographic Redundancy: Prov-dply fails with peer pom response timeout.

CSCdy65632

2

toolkit

4081 tag in 1040 1110 and 1030 are not written correctly.

CSCdy46605

3

alrmm

Threshold alarm not cleared after sw-over.

CSCdy76165

3

flovr

Virtual IP address is not moved if interface is shut down.

CSCdy76540

3

procm-ft

Replicator goes to OOS state in active when standby is coming up.

CSCdy73038

3

sccp-tcap

SSN is seen IS but PGW has not sent SST message SCP SSN is not IS,T2.

CSCdx12526

6

other

NF: Geographic Redundancy.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolroute.so

libeng.so

libinf.so

libxe.so

ca

sim

pom

procM

measMg

MGCP

ioChanMgr

mml

TCAP

foverd

presentation.dat

Additional information:

Patch CSCOgs001 is superseded by the fixes provided in patch CSCOgs002. The superseded patch is removed when using the patch utility script to install a newer version of the patch.

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

CSCOgs001


Caution The new protocol ANSISS7_E1 (CSCdy20243) has been added to the CSCO10xxx.pkg protocol package. Because the patch tool cannot be patched, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patch CSCOnn001/CSCOgs001.

System patch CSCOgs001 resolves the following DDTS tickets:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdy64022

1

mml

Unable to prov more than 32 links error msg with valid batch file.

CSCdx04915

2

configlib

Default session timer value for SIP should be longer.

CSCdy64053

3

mdl-in

INAP prepaid: Incorrect table entry for MR 20 (msg should be ENd (3)).

CSCdw80125

3

mml

Post processing not functioning properly.

CSCdx41608

3

provision

GTD GtdCapTypeProp is not case-sensitive but gtdParam is.

CSCdy47651

3

provision

Exports the component ISUPTMRPROF TID instead of SIGPATHPROF.

CSCdy20243

6

other

NF: Support for ANSI E1s.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolroute.so

libcxn.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

pom

replicator

sagt

ioChanMgr

mml

variant.dat

propSet.xml.dat

properties.dat (CONFIG_LIB/new only)

position.dat

Additional information:

Refer to the Patch Test Combinations section of this document to determine which protocol and system patches are needed.

Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

This section contains information about known issues and the corresponding workarounds in the
Cisco MGC software release 9.3(2).


Note For more information about Cisco IOS issues and workarounds, see the Cisco IOS release notes for your platform.


Routing Distribution Not Supported in SIP to SIP Calls

SIP to SIP calls fail when Distribute in outgoing SIP routelist is set to on.

Workaround: Turn off Distribute option or upgrade to 9.4(1) patch CSCOnn031.


Note For more information see CDETS ticket number CSCsd02950.


This issue is resolved in Release 9.4(1) patch CSCOnn031.


Note For more information, see CDETS ticket number CSCee71269.


PGW Should Support the Option of Sending Hardware Block Messages

A new XECfgParm.dat parameter engine .SendHardwareBlock has been added. Valid values are true and false (default). If set to true, the PGW sends hardware oriented blocking messages for any blocks that originate from the media gateways. If set to false, the PGW only sends maintenance oriented blocking messages for all blocking cases.


Note This parameter must be added manually (using a UNIX editor such as vi) on release 9.3 and 9.4 systems. The di script automatically adds this parameter (if not already existing), to release 9.5 systems and above.



Note This parameter was introduced in the CSCOnn048/CSCOgs042 patch combination.



Note For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCeg83496.


Link and Call States for New Object Not Synchronized to Standby After prov-copy/prov-sync

When you provision and add new signaling links or new CICS using the PROV-CPY command, you must reboot the system to synchronize the new objects in the active system to the standby. Not rebooting can cause loss of calls after a switchover.

Upgrading to Release 9.6(1)

When upgrading to release 9.6(1), the Times Ten database is upgraded to version 5.0.x.

Upgrading From Releases 9.3, 9.4, and 9.5:

Before uninstalling a previous release, if using the database, run the delete_replication.sh script. After installing release 9.6 on both the active and standby, run the setup_replication.sh script on both PGWs.

The delete_replication.sh script should be run as mgcusr. The script is located in /opt/CiscoMGC/local, but if run as mgcusr, can be run from any location.

The setup_replication.sh script should be run as mgcusr. The script is located in /opt/CiscoMGC/local, but if run as mgcusr, can be run from any location.


Note For more information on running these scripts, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html



Note Provisioning must not be done during the upgrade until both PGWs (active and standby) have release 9.6 installed and the setup_replication.sh script has been run (on active and standby).


For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCec77087.

Japanese Point Code Transmission

Point codes are used in SS7 networks as addresses for each element. There are three different point code address lengths used in SS7 networks:

14-bit address

16-bit address

24-bit address

Each point code addressing type has unique formats that are used to provide a structure for the network, where the lowest order bits in the address identify a particular signaling point, the highest order bits identify the wider "zone", and the bits in-between identify an "area" or "network." For example, ANSI SS7 uses 24-bit addresses with a format of 8-bits for each field (8-8-8).


Note An exception to this is found in Japanese ISUP, in which the order is reversed (that is, the lowest order bits identify the wider "zone" and the highest order bits identify a particular signaling point).


For more information, refer to the following documents:

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Provisioning Guide
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/sc/rel9/prvgde/index.htm

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Operation, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Guide
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/sc/rel9/omts/index.htm

Simple Resource Control Protocol

The Simple Resource Control Protocol (SRCP) commands and alarms are no longer supported in the Media Gateway Controller (MGC) software effective in this software release. SRCP was developed as an optional extension to the MGCP control protocol. It provided an additional heartbeat mechanism between the Call Agent and Media Gateways to ensure that the configuration and parameters were synchronized. When the SRCP heartbeat was enabled, the Call Agent and Media Gateways would exchange information and the Call Agent would provide an alarm if IP addresses, Slot Numbers, Control Protocols/Versions and other parameters were not synchronized.

The SRCP audit mechanism was developed by Cisco Systems when the MGCP protocol was still in draft version and has never been adopted by any Standards bodies (ITU, ETSI) or other equipment suppliers.

Improved SIP Failover Support

The original failover strategy relied on a SIP element to detect a PGW 2200 failover by the absence of any SIP responses from the PGW 2200 after a failover. The SIP device gets the IP address of the newly active PGW 2200 host from a DNS SRV query or an internal cache of a previous query.

The new failover strategy uses two virtual IP addresses for SIP signaling, one for each VLAN. Upon a failover, the newly active host activates the virtual SIP IP addresses and the previously active host deactivates the SIP Virtual IP addresses.


Note For more information, refer to the Improved SIP Failover Support feature in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


Validation Rules of Cisco Solaris Packages Are Incomplete (mgcrestore/mgcbackup)

The mgcrestore script validates the version of the installed Solaris packages but does not ensure that the install script was executed. If there is a mismatch between when the backup file was created and the time of the restore, the restore is not allowed. For example, if the security package was not installed when the backup was created, but is installed when the restore is attempted, then the restore is not allowed. Because the script does not validate whether the script was executed, the restore validation rules might pass, yet the restore could cause system problems.

Workaround: When Cisco Packages are added and removed, ensure the install and uninstall scripts are executed.


Note For more information, see CDETS ticket number CSCdx78398.


Remove 32 Digit Support from ISUPV2_FINNISH96

32 digit support has been removed from ISUPV2_FINNISH96. This option was removed from this software release in patch CSCOnn026.


Note For more information, see CDETS ticket number CSCec30533.


CDR Does Not Show Tech Prefix in Tag 4014

Called_Num (CDR tag 4014) is not updated when the BnationalPrefix, (CC_DIG)BDigitCCPrefix, and BInternationalPrefix properties are provisioned.


Note Called_Num_NatOfAddr (tag 3007) is updated accordingly. The tag value shows the post-analysis number without the prefixing.



Note Charged_Num (tag 4011) in CDR is updated when the AnationalPrefix, (CCOrigin)ADigitCCPrefix, and AInternationalPrefix properties are provisioned.


Workaround: Upgrade your system to release 9.4(1).


Note For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCea69207.


Taking a Signal Path Resource Out Of Service

During maintenance, system administrators should not use the set-dest-state and set-spc-state MML commands to take a signal path resource out of service (OOS). These commands are used to take a signal path resource OOS and causes all active calls served by the signal path to drop immediately.

To take a signal path resource OOS, use the set-admin-state MML command; this command blocks the resources associated with a signal path.


Note The set-dest-state and set-spc-state commands should only be used during dynamic provisioning.



Note For more information, refer to DDTS ticket number CSCdx32140.


Provisioning From a New Configuration

You can use "new" as the source configuration only when there is no existing, active set of provisioning data in the configuration library. Therefore, "new" cannot be used as the source configuration once a provisioning session has been saved and activated by using prov-cpy or prov-dply. Once you have saved and activated a set of data, you must use either "active" or the name of the set of provisioning data as the source configuration.


Note Effective as of release 9.3(2) patch number CSCOgs012, a provisioning session will not be initiated if the active_link is pointing to a configuration directory other than "New".


Complete the following steps to provision from new (prov-sta::srcver="new") when there is already an active configuration:


Step 1 Stop the standby PGW (Host B).

Step 2 Stop the active PGW (Host A).

Step 3 Copy XECfgParm.dat to XECfgParm.dat.<backupname> on Host A and Host B.

Step 4 Copy /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new/* to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc on Host A and Host B.

Step 5 Copy XECfgParm.dat.<backupname> to XECfgParm.dat on both Host A and Host B.

Step 6 Remove the active_link and prov_link on Host A.

Step 7 Start Host A.

Step 8 Provision Host A from new.

Step 9 Ensure that standby PGW (Host B) has pom.dataSync set to True.

Step 10 Start Host B and allow Host A and Host B to synchronize.


Note Provisioning from new resets a system to its default settings instead of provisioning the system from an active configuration.


For more information, refer to DDTS number CSCea64945.

Using prov-cpy/prov-sync To Commit Configuration Changes on a Fault-Tolerant System

When using the prov-cpy/prov-sync combination to commit configuration changes on a fault-tolerant system the standby might not fully synchronize with the active which results in the second switchover failing. The following non-service affecting workarounds can be used if this problem occurs:

Use prov-dply, instead of the prov-cpy/prov-sync combination to commit each phase of provisioning on a fault-tolerant system. The prov-dply command ensures that both sides are completely synchronized.

After using the prov-cpy/prov-sync combination to commit configuration changes, stop and restart the standby. Restarting the standby resynchronizes all states correctly.


Note For more information refer to DDTS number CSCdw63484.


SIP Redundancy Feature Might Cause PGW Nodes to Show Same IP Address

When the PGW is set up to allow SIP redundancy, the virtual interface (hme0:1) might appear on both the active and standby PGW. This might confuse the Cisco MNM because it sees two devices with the same IP address, causing it (MNM) to discard all the alarms received against that object.

Carrier Table Migration From Release 9.2(2) to Release 9.3(2)

If your 9.3(2) configuration contains Carrier Table, you must run the migration script manually after installing patches CSCOnn010 and CSCOgs009 so that the Carrier Table data is properly migrated.

Use the following command to check if carriertbl is already provisioned on a 9.2(2) system:

prov-rtrv:carriertbl

Example output of a release 9.2(2) system that has carriertbl provisioned:

va-boss mml> prov-rtrv:carriertbl
    MGC-01 - Media Gateway Controller 2003-03-18 15:09:15.326 EST M  RTRV
    "session=3-77dynamic2:carriertbl"
    /*
carrierId      routeOption    routeListName
---------      -----------    -------------
12345          CARRIER        rt1000
    */
    ;

Example of a release 9.2(2) system that does not have carriertbl provisioned:

va-filter mml> prov-rtrv:carriertbl
    MGC-01 - Media Gateway Controller 2003-03-18 15:10:12.379 EST M  RTRV
    SROF
    "session=showtime-eagle:carriertbl:There is no carrier selection data 
configured."
    /* Status, Requested Operation Failed on the component */
    ;

Complete the following procedure to manually correct the Carrier Table migration problem:


Step 1 Stop the standby system.

Step 2 Upgrade to 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs009/CSCOnn010 or later.

Step 3 Execute the following command to correct migration:

migrate /opt/CiscoMGC etc/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_migrated etc/CONFIG_LIB/CFG_re-migrated

Step 4 Set XECfgParm.dat:pom.dataSync=false.

Step 5 Restart the application.

Step 6 Bring down the active system.

Step 7 Upgrade to 9.3(2) at the equivalent patch level.

Step 8 Set XECfgParm.dat:pom.dataSync=true.

Step 9 Restart the application

The new standby should sync up to have a new active_link of CFG_re-migrated.


For more information refer to the following:

DDTS ticket number CSCea24986—Migration of carriertbl does not work. Resolution provided in patch CSCOgs009.

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

Pkg42

Pkg42 contains the following protocol(s):

Table 11 Pkg42

ISUPV2_VIETNAM


Variant.dat/lib Directory

The following protocols have been removed from the variant.dat/lib directory. These protocols are no longer supported:

Table 12 Protocols Removed From Variants.dat 

NORTEL_IBN7

BTNUP_NRC

DPNSS_BTNR188

NTT_INS_1500

ISUPV3_FRENCH

ISUPV2_TOKYO


Supported Protocols in Release 9.3(2)

The following protocols are supported in release 9.3(2):

Table 13 Protocols Supported in Release 9.3(2) 

Protocol

Group

ETS_300_102

ISDNPRI

ETS_300_102_C2

ISDNPRI

ATT_41459

ISDNPRI

ATT_41459_C2

ISDNPRI

BELL_1268

ISDNPRI

ETS_300_172

ISDNPRI

BELL_1268_C2

ISDNPRI

ETS_300_121

SS7-ITU

Q931_AUSTRALIA

ISDNPRI

Q931

ISDNPRI

Q931_SINGAPORE

ISDNPRI

GR317

SS7-ANSI

ANSISS7_92

SS7-ANSI

ANSISS7_STANDARD

SS7-ANSI

ANSISS7_C2

SS7-ANSI

ANSISS7_C3

SS7-ANSI

ANSISS7_E1

SS7-ANSI

BTNUP_BTNR167

SS7-UK

BTNUP_IUP

SS7-UK

HONGKONG

SS7-ITU

ETS_300_356

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_FRENCH

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_AUSTRIAN

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_SWISS

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_SWISS_C2

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_GERMAN

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_FINNISH96

SS7-ITU

ISUPV1_POLI

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_POLISH

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_DUTCH

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_JAPAN

SS7-Japan

ISUPV2_JAPAN_C2

SS7-Japan

ISUPV2_CZECH

SS7-ITU

ISUPV3

SS7-ITU

ISUPV3_UK

SS7-UK

ISUPV3_UK_C2

SS7-UK

ISUPV3_UK_C3

SS7-UK

ISUPV3_UK_C4

SS7-UK

ISUPV2_SPANISH_C2

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_SPANISH

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_32DIG

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_VIETNAM

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_NORWEGIAN

SS7-ITU

ISUPV2_ISRAEL

SS7-ITU

Q721_FRENCH

SS7-ITU

Q721_CHINA

SS7-China

Q721_BASE

SS7-ITU

Q721_PHILLIPINE

SS7-ITU

Q721_BRAZILIAN

SS7-ITU

Q761_97VER

SS7-ITU

Q761_CHINA

SS7-China

Q761_CHINA_C2

SS7-China

Q761_BELG_C2

SS7-ITU

Q761_BELG_C3

SS7-ITU

Q761_DANISH

SS7-ITU

Q761_INDIA

SS7-ITU

Q761_JAPAN

SS7-Japan

Q761_KOREAN

SS7-ITU

Q761_TAIWAN

SS7-ITU

Q761_CHILE

SS7-ITU

Q761_SINGAPORE

SS7-ITU

Q761_SINGAPORE_C2

SS7-ITU

Q761_THAILAND

SS7-ITU

Q761_ARGENTINA

SS7-ITU

Q761_ARGENTINA_C2

SS7-ITU

Q761_BELG

SS7-ITU

Q761_AUSTRL

SS7-ITU

Q761_AUSTRL_C2

SS7-ITU

Q761_NEWZEALAND

SS7-ITU

Q761_BASE

SS7-ITU

Q761_PORTUGAL

SS7-ITU

Q761_GERMAN

SS7-ITU

Q761_PERU

SS7-ITU

Q767_BASE

SS7-ITU

Q767_SPAN

SS7-ITU

Q767_ITAL

SS7-ITU

Q767_RUSS

SS7-ITU

Q767_SWED

SS7-ITU

Q767_ITAL_C2

SS7-ITU

Q767_MEXICAN

SS7-ITU

Q767_AUSTRALIA

SS7-ITU

Q767_COLOMBIA

SS7-ITU

Q767_INDONESIA

SS7-ITU

Q767_BRAZIL

SS7-ITU

Q767_GUATEMALA

SS7-ITU

Q767_TURKISH

SS7-ITU

Q767_SINGAPORE

SS7-ITU

EISUP

EISUP

BELL_SGCP

MGCP

MGCPCAS

CAS

IETF_SIP

SIP

IETF_DCS

SIP


For more information on protocols supported in release 9.3(2) and their identifiers refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html

Provisioning Command carriertbl Not Supported in Release 9.3(2)

When exporting data and reprovisioning using a batchfile after migrating from release 9.2(2) to release 9.3(2), prov-copy fails. Failure is due to the carriertbl provisioning command. This command exists in release 9.2(2) but has been removed in release 9.3(2). For more information refer to DDTS number CSCea24173.


Note This issue was resolved in patch CSCOgs009. For more information refer to DDTS number CSCea24986.


DefaultCARIDNetId Field Entries Are Validated In Release 9.3(2)

In release 9.3(2), the trunk group property Default Carrier Identifier Network Identifier (DefaultCARIDNetId) has a field length of two to four digits. Provisioning of existing migrated data from release 9.2(2) might fail because this field was not validated in previous releases. In this case, if your provisioning fails, edit the mml batchfile to change the number of digits for this parameter to a two to four digit number.


Note For more information refer to DDTS number CSCea24175.


Modifying the OPC of an SS7 Route

When prov-ed is used to modify the OPC of an SS7ROUTE or SS7PATH, the PGW software must be stopped and restarted before changes take affect. Stopping and restarting the system results in a service-affecting outage. To make a change without stopping and restarting the PGW, complete the following procedure:


Step 1 Start a provisioning session on the active machine.

Step 2 Use prov-dlt to remove the following components:

SS7ROUTE,

all associated trunks to the SS7PATH

SS7PATH

DPC

Step 3 Execute the prov-dply command.

Step 4 Start a second provisioning session on the active machine.

Step 5 Use prov-add to add the following components:

DPC

SS7PATH

all associated trunks to the SS7PATH

SS7ROUTE (with the new OPC and linkset changes)

Step 6 Execute the prov-dply command.


Migration of Dialplans Failed From 7.4(x) to 9.3(x)

The software upgrade from 7.4(x) to 9.3(x) involves upgrading the operating system (OS) from Solaris 2.6 to Solaris 2.8. The configuration and TimesTen databases are saved before the OS upgrade and then migrated to 9.3(x) as part of 9.3(x) installation. During migration the following error message is issued and the system does not come up in the standby state.

Migration dialplan file:0102.dialPlan:
Error message: error reading from /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/tmp_migrate_8.0//
digitAnalysis.dat
Error code: 5001
Error migrating dialPlan

If you receive this error during migration, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide, Chapter 5, Upgrading to Cisco MGC Software Release 9.3(2), at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a008007df76.html


Note For more information refer to CSCdz24627.


Conditional Routing Name Validation in Release 9.2(2)

Conditional routing name validation did not occur in release 9.2(2) prior to patch CSCOgs021. Therefore, there is a potential of having some invalid conditional routing names.

If an invalid conditional routing name was used in release 9.2(2) and you attempt to upgrade to a newer release (9.3(2) and beyond), the migration will fail because the validation of the conditional route name fails.


Note For more information on this issue, refer to CSCdy56160 and CSCdy58664.


New/Enhanced Tags

The following tags have been implemented or enhanced in release 9.3(2):

Table 14 New/Enhanced Tags 

Tag Number
Tag Descriptor/Description
Affected CDB(s)

4034

Ingress Origination Point Code (OPC)

1010, 1020, and 1030

4035

Ingress Destination Point Code (DPC)

1010, 1020, and 1030

4036

Egress OPC

1010, 1020, and 1030

4037

Egress DPC

1010, 1020, and 1030

4068

Ingress BearChanID

1010, 1020, and 1060

4072

Egress BearChanID

1010, 1020, and 1060


For more information on tags and call data blocks, refer to the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing and Interface Guide at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_technical_reference_book09186a008009b07b.html

Caveats

Caveats

Use Bug Toolkit to query defects. The tool is located at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl

Obtaining Documentation and Technical Assistance

Cisco provides several ways to obtain documentation, technical assistance, and other technical resources. To obtain this information, go to What's New in Cisco Product Documentation at:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/abtunicd/136957.htm#wp448038