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Table Of Contents

Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.4(1)

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

Related Documentation

Before Installation

After Installation

General Purpose Documents

Documentation Map

Installation Notes

Acquiring the Software

Installing and Upgrading the Software

Software Patches

System Level Equivalency

Patch Test Combinations

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New Features in This Release

Support for GTD and Derived FCI/BCI Interworking on HK and ANSI 92

Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3

Q767_SINGAPORE Needs to Support GTD FDC for CGN and CPC

CIC Availability Measurement CDB

Netra 240 and Netra 440 Platform Introduction for MGC Host

New Zealand ISUP OLM Support

GTD and FCI/BCI support for ETSI V2 and ANSI ISUP

M3UA SUA Critical Alarms

Support for New Zealand ISUP Transparency

Austrian ISUP Enhancements

Dual-VLAN Improved SIP Failover

Support for Singapore City-Wide Centrex Information IE (CWCINFIE) Over SIP-GTD

Support for ANSI 2000

New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts

SIP Services Update

DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs

Signaling Inter-Working Support for Cisco Unity

Times Ten Database Software

Option 1

Option 2

Nigerian ISUP

Multiple Carriers Per HSI

Global Screening Database Table

IUA to NAS

Support for SIP Subscribe and Notify Methods

PGW Security Enhancements

CDR Enhancements

Redirecting Number Modification and Advanced A/B-Number Normalization

Configurable NOA Mapping

M3UA/SUA to ITP

Support for SIP-T and SIP-GTD

IOS Style MML Help

Advanced Screening and Modification

DPNSS Support

QSIG Support—Backhaul, Transparency, and Call Forward

ISDN Q.921 User Adaption Layer to NAS

Malicious Call ID Transport in GTD

Enhanced INAP Provisioning

Enhanced Dynamic Reconfiguration

V110 and V120 Modem Support with MGCP

HSI Empty Capability Set Invocation

Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update

Remove Total Number of Dial Plans Limitation feature

PCI and MCI Support for UK ISUP

ISUP PCI and MCI Support

Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI Card Support

CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB

New/Enhanced Tags

Protocol Variants

Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

User Part Availability Detection Limitation

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

T6 Timer Default Change

Uninstalling Releases for Upgrade and Fallback

Simple Resource Control Protocol

QSIG Support in Signaling Inter-Working for Cisco Unity is ECMA Only

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

Solaris 8 Run Time Environment

Failover After Bouncing SC Interfaces; Standby Remains OOS

Taking a Signal Path Resource Out Of Service

System Automatically Tunes Itself for Optimal Performance

PGW 2200 extnode Types.dat Does Not Include 3745 Access Gateway As An External Node for DPNSS

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

Modifying the OPC of an SS7 Route

Caveats

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.4(1)


March 25, 2007

These release notes describe the features and caveats for the Cisco media gateway controller (MGC) software Release 9.4(1).

Contents

Introduction

Platform Support

Supported Features

Related Documentation

Installation Notes

Software Patches

System Level Equivalency

Patch Test Combinations

New Features in This Release

Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

Caveats

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

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 extends its capability to provide the bridge between the legacy public switched telephone network (PSTN) and next-generation packet networks - supporting centralized call control and intelligent routing for both TDM-based interfaces (SS7, PRI, QSIG, and DPNSS endpoints) and IP-based interfaces (SIP and H.323 endpoints).

The Cisco PGW 2200 provides a consistent and unified interconnection that supports Cisco's Voice infrastructure and Applications (VIA) applications (Dial and Voice transit), Cisco's Business Voice Services applications (Hosted or Managed IP Telephony), and Cisco's Broadband Residential Voice applications (ETTx). 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 see 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/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_guide_book09186a00807de145.html

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

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a00807db897.html

Software Required

For a list of required software, see Chapter 1 of the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.

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

See 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.


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 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 9.4(1).

Table 2 Supported Features in Release 9.4(1) 

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 advanced call 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, ISDN-to-ISDN, DPNSS-H323, DPNSS - SS7 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 1500+ destination point codes (DPCs)

Support for up to six origination point codes (OPCs) plus 40+ Capability Point Codes

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 (MNM-PT)

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


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/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_guide_book09186a00807de145.html

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

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_book09186a00807db897.html

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

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_regulatory_approvals_and_compliance09186a00807dabfc.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/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_configuration_guide_book09186a00807da909.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/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_maintenance_guide_book09186a008007e563.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Messages Reference Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a008009b07b.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 MML Command Reference Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a008009b07b.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Dial Plan Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a00807de4bc.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing Interface Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a008009b07b.html

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

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a00807de3e8.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 Submitting a Service Request) or your Cisco account representative. Software release version incompatibility may cause service disruption.


If you are installing software Release 9.4(1) for the first time, see 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 9.4(1) 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.

Software Patches

Patches are located in the following directory:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-941

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.

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 4 provides the system level equivalency for each protocol patch. For example, after installing CSCOnn003, release 9.4(1) is equivalent to release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn014 (contains all patches and features included in release 9.3(2) up to patch CSCOnn014).


Note The equivalency level between releases assists you in determining when fixes in earlier releases have been propagated into the target release. Automatic propagation of issues is only supported for later releases. Automatic backward propagation of issues is not supported.


Table 4 System Level Equivalencies for Protocol Patches 

Patch Number
System Level Equivalency

CSCOnn061

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn062

CSCOnn060

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn062

CSCOnn059

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn060

CSCOnn058

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn060

CSCOnn057

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn058

CSCOnn056

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn058

CSCOnn055

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn057

CSCOnn054

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn057

CSCOnn053

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn057

CSCOnn052

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn054

CSCOnn051

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn054

CSCOnn050

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn051

CSCOnn049

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn051

CSCOnn048

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn051

CSCOnn047

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn051

CSCOnn046

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn050

CSCOnn045

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn050

CSCOnn044

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn047

CSCOnn043

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn046

CSCOnn042

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn046

CSCOnn041

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn046

CSCOnn040

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn046

CSCOnn039

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn045

CSCOnn038

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn042

CSCOnn037

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn042

CSCOnn036

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn042

CSCOnn035

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn042

CSCOnn034

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn033

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn032

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn031

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn030

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn029

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn028

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn027

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn040

CSCOnn026

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn037

CSCOnn025

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn037

CSCOnn024

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn037

CSCOnn023

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn037

CSCOnn022

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn035

CSCOnn021

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn035

CSCOnn020

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn035

CSCOnn019

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn035

CSCOnn018

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn035

CSCOnn017

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn034

CSCOnn016

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn031

CSCOnn015

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn031

CSCOnn014

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn031

CSCOnn013

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn031

CSCOnn012

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn029

CSCOnn011

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn029

CSCOnn010

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn028

CSCOnn009

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn026

CSCOnn008

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn023

CSCOnn007

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn023

CSCOnn006

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn023

CSCOnn005

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn022

CSCOnn004

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn014

CSCOnn003

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn014

CSCOnn002

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn010

CSCOnn001

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOnn010


Table 5 provides the system level equivalency for each system patch. For example, after installing CSCOgs003, release 9.3(2) is equivalent to release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs009 (contains all patches and features included in release 9.3(2) up to patch CSCOgs009).


Note Automatic propagation of issues is only supported for later releases. The equivalency level between releases assists you in determining when fixes in earlier releases have been propagated into the target release. Automatic backward propagation of issues is not supported.


Table 5 System Level Equivalencies for System Patches 

Patch Number
System Level Equivalency

CSCOgs052

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs054

CSCOgs051

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs054

CSCOgs050

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs053

CSCOgs049

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs053

CSCOgs048

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs050

CSCOgs047

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs050

CSCOgs046

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs050

CSCOgs045

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs048

CSCOgs044

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs046

CSCOgs043

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs046

CSCOgs042

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs046

CSCOgs041

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs046

CSCOgs040

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs046

CSCOgs039

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs045

CSCOgs038

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs045

CSCOgs037

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs041

CSCOgs036

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs041

CSCOgs035

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs034

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs033

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs037

CSCOgs032

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs031

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs030

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs029

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs028

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs035

CSCOgs027

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs033

CSCOgs026

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs033

CSCOgs025

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs033

CSCOgs024

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs033

CSCOgs023

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs030

CSCOgs022

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs030

CSCOgs021

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs030

CSCOgs020

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs030

CSCOgs019

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs029

CSCOgs018

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs029

CSCOgs017

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs029

CSCOgs016

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs028

CSCOgs015

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs026

CSCOgs014

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs026

CSCOgs013

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs026

CSCOgs012

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs025

CSCOgs011

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs025

CSCOgs010

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs025

CSCOgs009

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs023

CSCOgs008

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs020

CSCOgs007

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs020

CSCOgs006

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs019

CSCOgs005

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs018

CSCOgs004

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs012

CSCOgs003

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs012

CSCOgs002

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs009

CSCOgs001

Release 9.3(2) patch level CSCOgs009


Patch Test Combinations

Table 6 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 6 Patch Test Combinations 

Protocol Patch
System Patch

CSCOnn061

CSCOgs052

CSCOnn060

CSCOgs051

CSCOnn059

CSCOgs050

CSCOnn058

CSCOgs049

CSCOnn057

CSCOgs048

CSCOnn056

CSCOgs047

CSCOnn055

CSCOgs047

CSCOnn054

CSCOgs047

CSCOnn053

CSCOgs046

CSCOnn052

CSCOgs045

CSCOnn051

CSCOgs045

CSCOnn050

CSCOgs044

CSCOnn049

CSCOgs043

CSCOnn049

CSCOgs042

CSCOnn048

CSCOgs041

CSCOnn047

CSCOgs040

CSCOnn046

CSCOgs039

CSCOnn045

CSCOgs038

CSCOnn044

CSCOgs037

CSCOnn044

CSCOgs036

CSCOnn043

CSCOgs035

CSCOnn042

CSCOgs035

CSCOnn041

CSCOgs034

CSCOnn040

CSCOgs033

CSCOnn039

CSCOgs032

CSCOnn038

CSCOgs032

CSCOnn037

CSCOgs031

CSCOnn036

CSCOgs030

CSCOnn035

CSCOgs030

CSCOnn035

CSCOgs029

CSCOnn034

CSCOgs028

CSCOnn032

CSCOgs028

CSCOnn033

CSCOgs027

CSCOnn032

CSCOgs027

CSCOnn031

CSCOgs026

CSCOnn030

CSCOgs025

CSCOnn029

CSCOgs025

CSCOnn028

CSCOgs024

CSCOnn027

CSCOgs024

CSCOnn026

CSCOgs023

CSCOnn025

CSCOgs022

CSCOnn024

CSCOgs021

CSCOnn023

CSCOgs020

CSCOnn022

CSCOgs019

CSCOnn021

CSCOgs018

CSCOnn020

CSCOgs017

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs016

CSCOnn018

CSCOgs015

CSCOnn017

CSCOgs015

CSCOnn016

CSCOgs015

CSCOnn015

CSCOgs014

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs013

CSCOnn013

CSCOgs013

CSCOnn012

CSCOgs012

CSCOnn011

CSCOgs011

CSCOnn010

CSCOgs010

CSCOnn009

CSCOgs009

CSCOnn008

CSCOgs008

CSCOnn007

CSCOgs007

CSCOnn006

CSCOgs006

CSCOnn005

CSCOgs005

CSCOnn004

CSCOgs004

CSCOnn003

CSCOgs003

CSCOnn002

CSCOgs002

CSCOnn001

CSCOgs001


CSCOnn061

Protocol patch CSCOnn061 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh72464

3

gtd

ACM replaced with CPG in the GTD after PGW version upgrade.


This patch updates all protocols.

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

CSCOnn060

Protocol patch CSCOnn060 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg87186

3

mdl-analysis

PGW : NOA - Unknown for Originating called number.


This patch updates all protocols.

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

CSCOnn059

Protocol patch CSCOnn059 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg19593

3

engine

If PGW receives re-invite without SDP, new SDP should be negotiated.

CSCsg25751

3

mdl-q767

PGW Support for Redirect Number in Q767_TURKISH.


This patch updates all protocols.

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

CSCOnn058

Protocol patch CSCOnn058 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd76629

3

mdl-ni2

Bad mapping from ISUP ATP to Q931 Low layer compat IE.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd82013

2

mdl-sip

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

CSCse41615

3

mdl-cdr

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


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn057

Protocol patch CSCOnn057 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd73705

3

engine

PGW shows false CDR after switchover - need new code to diagnose problem.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn056

Protocol patch CSCOnn056 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd59403

3

gtd

PGW to map FCI.A bit both Null and Unknown to International.


This patch updates all protocols.

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.

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

CSCOnn055

Protocol patch CSCOnn055 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd40532

3

mdl-analysis

PGW: Delay at call setup when number is ported.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn054

Protocol patch CSCOnn054 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd06040

3

mdl-btnup

ISUPV3_UK to BTNUP - GTD - Interworking Indicator not passed correctly.

CSCsd24520

3

mdl-lcm

MGCP Dial calls with COT performed on previous circuit fail prematurely.

CSCsd28727

3

mdl-ni2

Redirecting number between ISUP-ISDN is incorrect.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn053

Protocol patch CSCOnn053 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc73938

3

mdl-btnup

BTNUP to ISUP w/ CPC in IFAM=0000000 passes w/ incorrect value.

CSCsc74778

3

mdl-btnup

BTNUP to ISUP w/ CPC in IFAM=0100000 passes w/ incorrect value.

CSCsc50364

6

mdl-q767

Need to sed Alerting when ACM recvd no matter what the indication in BCI.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb98867

3

mdl-cdr

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

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.

CSCsc53624

3

engine

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


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn052

Protocol patch CSCOnn052 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc09401

3

engine

USI sent out not in certain call scenarios.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn051

Protocol patch CSCOnn051 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb68079

3

mdl

Redirecting number between ISUP-ISDN is incorrect.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

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.

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.

CSCsb67247

3

mdl-q767

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


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn050

Protocol patch CSCOnn050 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb64679

3

ioccc7

PGW 9.4(1): reset-cic changes cic blocked by far end to idle state.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn049

Protocol patch CSCOnn049 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb22427

3

mdl-q761

BCI indicator parameters not transparently passed for Q761_BASE / JAPAN.

CSCsb28289

6

engine

SIP OPTIONS method outside dialog for 9.4(1).


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn048

Protocol patch CSCOnn048 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa82848

6

mdl-q767

Improper Forward Call Indicator in Brazil ISUP change request.

CSCsb27709

2

mdl-q761

Wrong BlockType in CGB was sent when GRS in involved.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn047

Protocol patch CSCOnn047 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef91233

3

mdl-q761

Ghost call generated.

CSCsa90421

3

mdl-q761

Wrong Q761SG release cause (102) upon T6 expiry.

CSCsb01597

3

mdl-sip

PGW failed to release sip call when no calling# in INVITE From field.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn046

Protocol patch CSCOnn046 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa86834

3

mdl-sip

403 Forbidden should be sent back as a result of a Blacklist call reject.

CSCsa84411

6

other

Support for GTD and Derived FCI/BCI Interworking on HK and ANSI 92 feature.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCsa84411—Support for GTD and Derived FCI/BCI Interworking on HK and ANSI 92 feature—introduces GTD to the HK and ANSI 92 protocol variants, plus ports the "Derived FCI/BCI Interworking" feature to the same protocols plus ANSI to support network expansion into HK, UK and the US.


Note Only the ANSI 92 functionality of this feature is being released at this time. The HK functionality will be released at a later date.


CSCOnn045

Protocol patch CSCOnn045 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg62131

3

mdl-q767

PGW: When T6 timer pops REL=102 is send out instead of REL=16.

CSCsa64091

3

mdl-sip

PGW: Rel 9.4(1) : User Phone entry missing in SIP-SIP calls.

CSCsa77643

3

mdl-q761

need support for hash symbol (and of dial) in PGW 9.4.1.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn044

Protocol patch CSCOnn044 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg43968

3

mdl-lcm

DPNSS message EEM-C being sent out of sequence.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn043

Protocol patch CSCOnn043 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg43968

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS message EEM-C being sent out of sequence.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn042

Protocol patch CSCOnn042 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg52689

2

mdl-lcm

After GW hairpin, wrong media offered to SIP and H323.

CSCeg43880

3

mdl-q761

ISUP TMR value fix to 3 1 kHz for Q761_Danish variant.

CSCeg56275

3

mdl-eisup

Heartbeat timeout ENG<->PROCESSMGR due to loop for UnrecognisedParam.

CSCef85463

3

engine

PGW: stuck channel in OsmRelTermAsyncConnDelAwaitOccMsg.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn041

Protocol patch CSCOnn041 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg39120

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS diversion interdigit timer should release call cause=REJECT.

CSCeg43009

3

mdl-eisup

PGW Hung CIC during call release in OsmRelTermAsyncConnDelAwaitOccM.

CSCeg36293

3

mdl-sip

PGW sends 180 ringing instead of 183 session progress.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn040

Protocol patch CSCOnn040 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg26781

2

mdl-dpnss

Incoming overlap calls to DPNSS may timeout.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn039

Protocol patch CSCOnn039 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg06976

3

mdl-mgcp

Endpt stuck in transient state for hairpinned call w/ COT and T.38.

CSCeg11384

3

mdl-q761

Wrong Generic Number info in ISUP IAM.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn038

Protocol patch CSCOnn038 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef85463

3

engine

PGW: channel stuck: no answer to ss7 reset.

CSCef75992

3

mdl-q761

No mapping Call progree 183 from SIP to Q761.

CSCef91233

3

mdl-q761

Ghost call generated.

CSCef74928

6

gtd

Q767_SINGAPORE needs to support GTD FDC for CGN and CPC.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCef74928—Q767_SINGAPORE needs to support GTD FDC for CGN and CPC—This feature implements the following:

The PGW now uses the GTD FDC parameter for out-of-range fields for the CPC and CGN parameters in Q767_SINGAPORE.

The PGW now implements a GTD override for CAI.loc (cause location) to override the NI2->SS7 mapping.

CSCOnn037

Protocol patch CSCOnn037 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef11509

3

mdl-lcm

PRI to PRI CAContolled T38 Fax fail when Rev dual fax event NOTIFY.

CSCef63520

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

* and # not getting mapped to overdecadic digit in ANSISS7 mdo.

CSCef66573

3

mdl-sip

No ring back tone when calling SIP to H.323.

CSCef75785

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS call forward timer - change to a 4 sec interdigit delay.

CSCef74737

3

mdl-analysis

A_NUM_DP_TABLE result and checks / delay issues.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn036

Protocol patch CSCOnn036 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef56737

3

mdl-dpnss

Call forwarding to PSTN from a DPNSS extn time-out too short.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn035

Protocol patch CSCOnn035 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef36513

3

mdl-connctrl

Connection Plane Manager in wrong state when CPG comes in.

CSCef43414

3

mdl-ni2

PGW strips USI from IAM when FCIbitI=1 in Q761_NEWZEALAND.

CSCee59868

6

mdl-eisup

New Zealand ISUP OLM Support feature.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn034

Protocol patch CSCOnn034 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee81854

3

mdl-sip

ISUP to SIP cause code mapping is incorrect for cause 44.

CSCef26142

3

protocol

SS7-SIP interworking need default if GTD BCI sent with NULL values.

CSCuk52510

2

mdl-q767

Call indicator changed to International in NI2+ to Q767_TURK calls.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn033

Protocol patch CSCOnn033 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef04405

3

mdl-analysis

Wrong Cause analysis used when IP screening enabled.

CSCef18854

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS divert immediate fails on overlap dialing.

CSCee07127

3

mdl-lcm

HSI -> PSTN calls not released after call transfer.

CSCee75821

3

mdl-lcm

missing cdr source IP address Field (tag 4204) after failover.

CSCef12300

3

mdl-q761

Remove USI param from outgoing IAM if FCI bit I=0 in Q761_NEWZEALAND.

CSCef01806

3

protocol

GTD parameter not properly mapped/handled for ANSI/ETSI.


This patch updates the following:

ANSI SS7

Q761 Family

Generic Analysis

LCM

DPNSS

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.

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

CSCOnn032

Protocol patch CSCOnn032 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk51556

2

mdl-pri

PGW PRI doesnt set the exclusive bit on channel negotiation.

CSCed95190

3

mdl-pri

PGW2200 Broken FACILITY sent to PBX with ETS_300_102.

CSCee90178

3

mdl-q761

IAM being populated with incorrect CPC.

CSCee91137

3

mdl-sip

SIP to ISUP cause code mapping incorrect for SIP 482.

CSCee91640

3

mdl-q761

Setting timer T6 to 20s in Q761_SINGAPORE defaults it to 130s.

CSCee95840

3

mdl-sip

SIP-GTD missing unique boundary after SIP redirect.

CSCef02028

3

mdl-q761

BCI CalledPartyCategory not set correctly for Q761_SINGAPORE.

CSCee35463

6

protocol

GTD and FCI/BCI support for ETSI V2 and ANSI ISUP feature.

CSCef02845

6

mdl-q761

Q761_SINGAPORE-to-SIP calls should have NOA=subscriber for OCN & RGN.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCee35463—GTD and FCI/BCI support for ETSI V2 and ANSI ISUP feature— introduces GTD to the ETSI V2 and ports the Derived FCI/BCI Interworking feature to the same protocols and ANSI.

CSCOnn031

Protocol patch CSCOnn031 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee89007

2

ioccc7

Switch Congestions cause CIC mismatch on PGW.

CSCee48673

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP: Endpt in transient state 400.

CSCee47041

3

mdl-mgcp

MGCP hairpin call reroute failed.

CSCee67812

3

mdl-q761

Hairpin ISUP->ISUP calls fail when sipMimeBodySupport=1 on ISUP trnk.

CSCee71269

3

mdl-sip

Distribute on the route list causes calls to fail.

CSCee76447

3

protocol

Backward Call Indicator not set correctly.

CSCee77660

3

mdl-sip

PGW: GWClearChannel function not started for data calls from SIP-T.

CSCee82323

3

mdl-sip

Looped SIP calls not detected with 482.

CSCee69315

3

mdl-q767

PGW does not send CPG message to HSI in case of Dual alerting.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn030

Protocol patch CSCOnn029 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee72937

2

mdl-sip

Ringback not generated on NAS for PGW SIP call over EISUP link.

CSCee71181

3

mdl-sip

PGW can not parse some ASCII characters in SIP FROM header.

CSCee71264

3

mdl-q761

Calling party with DA cause 1st 8 digits to be stripped off.

CSCee78418

3

mdl-sip

SIP/ISUP cause codes are incorrect for cause 29 and 43.

CSCee52731

6

mdl-sip

Feature request Map RDN from IAM to SIP diversion header username.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn029

Protocol patch CSCOnn029 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee50489

2

mdl-analysis

Calls do not go through that have different lengths.

CSCee54018

2

mdl-q761

REL with length=3 is not handled by GTD in Q761_NEWZEALAND.

CSCee48077

3

mdl-lcm

hung call in call Reroute with overlap mode on.

CSCee58550

3

mdl-sip

Ringback tone lost when SIP call gets forwarded.


This patch updates the following protocols:

Q761 Protocol family

CPM

LCM

SIP

Generic Analysis

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.

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

CSCOnn028

Protocol patch CSCOnn028 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee63482

2

mdl-mgcp

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


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn027

Protocol patch CSCOnn027 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee50451

2

mdl-eisupa

DPNSS CFNR is not working.

CSCee22610

3

mdl-dpnss

PGW2200 - DPNSS diverted calls to Mobile networks fail.

CSCee37809

3

mdl-lcm

Hung call in H323 to PSTN and call reroute after ACM.

CSCee40093

3

mdl-sip

PGW doesnt set Presentation restricted for anonymous display-name.

CSCee49372

3

mdl-sip

ISUP cause code 22 to SIP mapping incorrect.

CSCuk46024

3

mdl-analysis

ST: Cause analysis routing loop trap overwrites existing cause code.

CSCee36180

6

protocol

Support the Alternate Call Diversion Procedure in NZ PTC 331C.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn026

Protocol patch CSCOnn026 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee37173

3

routing

DIP: RIP: not able to add default route when rip route present.

CSCee30008

2

mdl-analysis

AOC is not sent.

CSCee25080

3

mdl-lcm

Handling of TGAdvance analysis result should include ACM & Alerting.

CSCee30231

3

mdl-q761

With SipToIsupInterworking=0 ISDN-Access bit in IAM/FCI flips to 1.

CSCee23100

3

mdl-cdr

CDR-tag 3009/FCI_Rx & 3010/FCI_Tx of 1010-CDB has wrong values.

CSCee30948

3

mdl-sip

Incorrect SIP/ISUP interworking cause code mapping.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn025

Protocol patch CSCOnn025 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee08640

2

protocol

T.38 CA Mode hairpin call fails on the VISM.

CSCed53430

3

mdl-lcm

CPC in IAM is set to unknown if DW is set to 10 in resulttype CPCMOD.

CSCeb64862

3

mdl-eisup

ECS:PGW should release the H323-nonH323 rerouted to H323 calls.

CSCee07041

3

mdl-ni2

LLC and HLC are lost in ATP when transiting the PGW.

CSCee07061

3

mdl-q761

CV#102 defaults to CV#41 instead of being passed on.

CSCee11507

3

mdl-sip

OCN reason code parse incorrectly from SIP 302 diversion header.

CSCuk49061

3

mdl-lcm

NV3: Ringback tone is not being signaled by PGW (intermittent).

CSCed95289

6

mdl-dpnss

SuppressCLIDigits on DPNSS SigPath.

CSCee13672

6

mdl-q761

Q761_SINGAPORE should support incoming CWCINFINE in REL message.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn024

Protocol patch CSCOnn024 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed93928

2

mdl-callcontext

PGW loses OPC & DPC info before writing end-of-call CDR.

CSCee07057

3

mdl-q761

Point code is missing in PGW initiated RELEASE message.

CSCec17965

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

PGW doesnt set correct value for voice protocol in user service.

CSCee01783

3

mdl-eisup

PGW should not send EISUP CON message to HSI.

CSCee04635

3

mdl-q761

ITU cause code 24 not defined or mapped to an internal cause code.

CSCee05612

3

mdl-q761

PGW should send RLC in response to REL on a CIC for which COT failed.

CSCee00720

3

mdl-q761

Release message contains invalid parameter after glare on egress.

CSCee01847

3

mdl-q761

PGW inserts invalid parameter in REL message.

CSCee13693

6

mdl-sip

SIP CLI unavailable when interworking to ISUPV3_UK.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn023

Protocol patch CSCOnn023 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed92649

2

mdl-q767

PGW discards CgPN with NOA=Subscriber in Q767_RUSS.

CSCed63984

3

measm

CP_ERR_UNKN_MEAS: for REC RES TOT for sigPath c7path.

CSCed79933

3

mdl-q761

For ETSI_300_536 variant SS7 call fail when bear cap set to 7khz aud.

CSCed83976

3

mdl-sip

SIP Hung CIC on PGW SIP to SIP call.

CSCed87561

3

mdl-sip

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

CSCed90371

3

mdl-sip

unsupported SIP to CCM conference call should be released properly.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn022

Protocol patch CSCOnn022 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed63978

3

mdl-sip

NO CLI- not detected in SIP.

CSCed69854

3

protocol

FCI National/International Indicator should reflect A-number NOA.

CSCed81423

3

mdl-sip

PGW: SIP-GTD: --unique-boundary-1 missing for redirected calls.

CSCed84786

3

mdl-sip

PGW: User Service Info Octet for SIP to Q761_SINGAPORE calls.

CSCed86608

3

mdl-sip

Redirecting counter is wrong in forwarded SIP to SS7 call.

CSCed72875

6

mdl-dpnss

Enable property SuppressCLIDigits on DPNSS SigPath.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn021

Protocol patch CSCOnn021 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed64045

2

mdl-eisup

PGW sends MDCX mode=inactive after receiving early NOTIFY mesg.

CSCed46876

3

mdl-sip

PGW does not send DTMF from Sip (with sip-notify) to EISUP(HSI).

CSCed39034

6

mdl-q761

SIP-Q761_SINGAPORE call BCI Cause NOA requirements change request.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn020

Protocol patch CSCOnn020 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed57591

2

mdl-mgcp

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

CSCed60000

3

mdl-q761

TypeB call. IAM FCI=SCCP Method available should be passed.

CSCed52865

3

mdl-q761

Q761 Originating side starts T25 but has no handling.

CSCed54451

3

mdl-mgcp

Rx NTFY before Rx ack for MDCX causes CPM to send LChanFailed to LCM.

CSCed59054

3

mdl-sip

simprint does not work on RESPONSE message for SIP-SIP calls.

CSCuk48418

3

mdl-sip

Ringing timeout not handled correctly when terminating on SIP.

CSCed45778

6

mdl-q761

Austrian ISUP Enhancements feature.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn019

Protocol patch CSCOnn019 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed15129

2

mdl-ni2

GTD parameter COL not built by PGW.

CSCed52870

3

mdl-lcm

LCM sends LCotResetAck to terminating side after OCC COT test fail.

CSCed59997

3

mdl-q761

Type B call. IAM, Called Party #, NOA=national should be RELEASED.

CSCed15844

6

mdl-q761

Support for New Zealand ISUP transparency feature.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn018

Protocol patch CSCOnn018 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed31982

3

mdl-q761

Inconsistent usage of CauseLocation when T9 expires.

CSCed33747

3

mdl-sip

PGW mishandles OPTIONS requests while call is answered.

CSCuk48201

3

mdl-pri

QSIG:Incorrect invoke Id length set for Return Error Component.

CSCuk48345

3

mdl-q761

SIP to ISUP call sets Isup Indicator to 1 (used all the way).

CSCuk48412

3

mdl-q761

ACM BCI Interworking indicator incorrectly set on incoming ISUP->SIP.

CSCed39002

6

mdl-q761

SIP-Q761_SINGAPORE call FCI TMR USI requirements change request.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn017

Protocol patch CSCOnn017 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed33953

2

mdl

PGW does not handle lr in Record-Route and Route headers.

CSCed24636

2

mdl-sip

SIP-GTD: GTD info is lost on redirection.

CSCed24991

2

mdl-sip

PGW unable to parse VER parameter.

CSCuk45860

2

engine

GRS received after RSC/GRS sent not handled correctly.

CSCuk48141

3

mdl-sip

PGW fails to send 200-OK in response to recvd CANCEL during ringing.

CSCed37214

3

mdl-eisup

PGW fails to trip ringing on a reverted call park to IP phone.

CSCuk47620

3

mdl-pri

QSIG: Notification I.E. not passed in Facility message (FT).

CSCed37719

3

mdl-sip

No Charge set in BCI parameter from BW not relayed to PSTN.

CSCed24975

3

engine

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


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn016

Protocol patch CSCOnn016 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed31244

2

mdl-sip

183 Session Progress not triggering MDCX results in no ringback.

CSCuk48052

2

mdl-sip

PGW unable to parse superfluous space characters in SIP responses.

CSCed27308

2

mdl-lcm

PGW/HSI: no ring back tone/ overlap dial/ STATE_LCM_PostAnalysisWait.

CSCed27651

3

mdl-callctrl

PGW: No RingBack On Blind Call Transfer.

CSCuk47755

3

mdl-lcm

PGW sets one-way speech path when SUS-RES mode.

CSCed22805

6

mdl-cdr

Enhancement: Store ConnectionParameter(P:) stats from Gateway in CDR Change Request.


This patch updates all 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.

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

CSCed27308 is dependent on CSCec86352 (to be resolved in an HSI release 4.1 patch).

If BAMS is used to process billing data from the PGW, you must apply the BAMS patch that contains the resolution for caveat number CSCed37233 (on BAMS) before applying patch CSCOnn016 on the PGW. If the BAMS patch is not available, use the following workaround:


Step 1 Start a provisioning session from an active configuration on each BAMS node.

Step 2 Add tags 4046 and 4047 to the SKIPCDE table.


Example:

mml:1:node01>prov-sta::srcver=active,dstver=skiptabver 
Billing and Measurements Server - BAMS-00 2004-01-08 14:23:42 
B COMPLD 
; 
mml:1:node01>prov-add:skipcde:id=4046 
Billing and Measurements Server - BAMS-00 2004-01-08 14:23:58 
B COMPLD 
"SKIPCDE" 
; 
mml:1:node01>prov-add:skipcde:id=4047 
Billing and Measurements Server - BAMS-00 2004-01-08 14:24:05 
B COMPLD 
"SKIPCDE" 
; 
mml:1:node01>prov-dply:: 
Billing and Measurements Server - BAMS-00 2004-01-08 14:24:09 
B COMPLD 
; 

CSCOnn015

Protocol patch CSCOnn015 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec64298

2

mdl-pri

QSIG: CalledPartyName & ConnectedPartyName are dropped.

CSCuk47425

2

mdl-q761

PGW sends REL to first leg of call if COT request sent on second leg.

CSCuk47616

2

mdl-pri

QSIG: Segmentation incorrectly assumes segment on I.E. boundary.

CSCuk47617

2

mdl-pri

QSIG:Feature Transparency doesnt work in Overlap mode.

CSCuk47231

2

mdl-q761

COT msg with fail indication causes unexpected REL to be sent.

CSCdy81531

2

mdl-callctrl

Re-route advance does not work for some H323-H323 calls.

CSCuk47618

3

mdl-pri

QSIG:Feature Transparency doesnt transit multiple Facility I.E.s.

CSCuk47622

3

mdl-pri

QSIG:Reject Component not transited using FT.

CSCeb78815

3

mdl-ni2

PGW is dropping CPG message with CFNR event indicator.

CSCec47557

3

mdl-ni2

GTD Protocol Version is not correct in variant 97VER.

CSCuk47280

3

mdl-q721

PGW sets I/W ind and ISUP ind incorrectly in FCI of IAM.

CSCuk47619

3

mdl-pri

QSIG: GFP - 2 octet Invoke Ids not supported.

CSCuk47621

3

mdl-pri

QSIG: Global GFP Object Id encoding incorrect (ECMA V.2 issue).

CSCed02586

3

mdl-sip

Issue with SIP Diversion-counter incorrect.

CSCuk47286

3

mdl-q721

TUP to ISUP IAM always has redirecting parameter included.

CSCed08941

3

mdl-sip

SIP INVITE:Validation pass even there are bad values in the fields.

CSCed09780

3

mdl-sip

A failed sip call caused SIP call hung.


This patch updates 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.

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

CSCOnn014

Protocol patch CSCOnn014 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed10539

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW generating SNU on call divert from DPNSS PBX running Overlap.

CSCuk47679

3

mdl-eisup

PGW does not send ECS MDCX if call in SUS-RES mode.


This patch updates the following protocols:

LCM

Eisup

DPNSS

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.

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

CSCOnn013

Protocol patch CSCOnn013 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec77146

1

mdl-pri

Unable to make QSIG calls after installing patch 1.

CSCuk47255

2

mdl-callcontext

PGW needs to support Call forwarding IP orig. - off net - IP term.

CSCuk47202

2

mdl-q761

No RLC sent by PGW in response to received REL after CCR.

CSCuk47293

2

mdl-pri

No Ring tone at originator for call IP phone - PRI loop - IP phone.

CSCec79678

3

mdl-sip

newly supported content-type/subtype are case sensitive.

CSCec80059

3

mdl-pri

Information Element recieved in Facility is misinterpreted.

CSCuk47591

2

mdl-eisup

Terminating Fast start call fails to connect media.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCuk47255—a new trunk group property (SdpXmitToH323Trigger) has been created. This property affects rerouting scenarios.

Property name: SdpXmitToH323Trigger

Purpose: Indicates the point in a call when the PGW sends SDP from terminating Leg (PSTN/PBX Side) to HSI (Originating Leg). The property is applied on Terminating TrunkGroup.

Valid values: 0 (Terminating Seizure), 1 (Address Complete), 2 (Alerting), 3 (Answer)

Default Property Value: 0


Note Property values 2 and 3 are for future enhancements. At this time, only values 0 and 1 are supported. If you provision a property to 2 or 3, it is ignored and the default value(0) is used.


Example:

Apply the property on Terminating Side PSTN/PBX TrunkGroup:

prov-add:trnkgrpprop:name="9999",SdpXmitToH323Trigger="1" 
prov-ed:trnkgrpprop:name="9999",SdpXmitToH323Trigger="1"

CSCOnn012

Protocol patch CSCOnn012 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec79699

3

mdl-eisup

Tag 4204 is always empty for H.323 Originated Calls.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCOnn011

Protocol patch CSCOnn011 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec57902

2

mdl-sip

Outgoing SIP-GTD message has wrong Content-Length value.

CSCec01648

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW should respond with 480 for NOTIFY if ISRM to PBX Time outs.

CSCec65778

3

mdl-dpnss

PGW is not sending CRM if there is no response for ISRM.

CSCec11173

3

mdl-sip

PGW should send 480 for Notify if there is no response for MWI-SETUP.

CSCec40975

6

other

Support for Singapore CWCINFIE over SIP-GTD feature.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCec40975—Support for Singapore CWCINFIE over SIP-GTD feature—added support to enable the transport of CWCINFIE information (using the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) parameter) over SIP-GTD. The CWCINFIE parameter is only supported in Q761_Singapore.

CSCOnn010


Caution The patch install script has been updated. To install ANSI 2000, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-941 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn010 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk46622

2

mdl-dpnss

ST: DPNSS call forwarding set-up fails to sigpath with FT disabled.

CSCuk46703

2

mdl-dpnss

ST: PGW does not pass on CCM if received on different call legs.

CSCuk46811

2

mdl-eisup

ST: One way speech when CF DPNSS phone to IP and ingress is SS7.

CSCec65511

2

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS SSRM may be rejected.

CSCec48947

3

mdl-q761

UPT/UPA handling for UK ISUP.

CSCuk46750

3

mdl-dpnss

ST: Remove timer T_AWAIT_ANSWER for DPNSS protocol.

CSCec64005

3

mdl-sip

PGW Incoming call on SIP TG with proxy-require:privacy fails.

CSCec55992

3

mdl-ni2

Call Correlation Id is not sent to GW when GTD is turned off.

CSCec52883

3

mdl

incorrectly formatted GEA field cause call disconnect.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCOnn009

Protocol patch CSCOnn009 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk46399

1

engine

ST: DPNSS calls fail when using compiled (so) files.

CSCeb72924

1

mdl-sip

PGW reject REFER with 501 not Implemented in the call transfer.

CSCec09731

2

engine

BlndXfer:call dropped after the call transferred in ss7-sip-ss7.

CSCec16807

2

mdl-ansi-ss7

Overdecadic in CPN not working for ANSI.

CSCuk46000

2

mdl-callctrl

ST: PGW overwrites ACK in NAM with EI-I string received in CCM.

CSCec01645

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW is not sending MWI-Off string in ISRM message.

CSCuk46622

2

mdl-dpnss

ST: DPNSS call forwarding set-up fails to sigpath with FT disabled.

CSCuk46703

2

mdl-dpnss

ST: PGW does not pass on CCM if received on different call legs.

CSCec11149

2

mdl-pri

PGW should send facility invoke component as per ECMA standard.

CSCeb75435

2

mdl-sip

Call dropped with older SessionTimer Version SIP device (PGW).

CSCeb76469

2

mdl-sip

PGW does not send Retry INVITE for 422 response.

CSCeb76633

2

mdl-sip

Call Dropped with older version of SessionTimer SIP Gateway.

CSCeb80356

2

mdl-sip

PGW does not send UPDATE for Session Renewal as the peer supported.

CSCeb85034

2

mdl-sip

PGW Reject The INVITE which not request SessionTimer with 422.

CSCec10210

2

mdl-sip

AttndXfer: Call transfer failed in ss7-sip-ss7(SS7 Transfer target).

CSCec10445

2

mdl-sip

BlndXfer:Call Transfer failed in sip-ss7-sip (call originated from SIP.

CSCec12720

2

mdl-sip

PGW is not sending error cause in the Notify message for QSIG SSCT.

CSCeb73695

3

mdl-sip

PGW Does not ACK back to Proxy for 4XX response w/Record-Route/On.

CSCuk46234

3

mdl-callctrl

No RLC in backwards direction if REL received during COT call.

CSCuk46551

3

mdl-dpnss

ST: PGW rejects add-on validation when interworking to other prot.

CSCec09541

3

mdl-ni2

PGW should always send CALL_PROC with exclusive for all cases.

CSCec12444

3

mdl-pri

PGW is not sending correct response for SETUP with MWI-Interrogate.

CSCuk45681

3

mdl-q761

Confusion diagnostics doesnt include message name.

CSCeb07916

3

mdl-sip

DTMF detected twice on PGW.

CSCeb73483

3

mdl-sip

INVITE with Session-Expires lower than Min-SE sent from PGW.

CSCeb76539

3

mdl-sip

Invalid refresher format in the Renewal INVITE.

CSCeb87474

3

mdl-sip

488 has incorrect response code description,9.4SS

CSCeb24200

3

measm

SIPLINK meas are mapped to its SIPPATH also other meas problems.

CSCuk45608

4

mdl-q761

REL message received on blocked CIC is discarded.

CSCec35773

4

pkg

Sync up 9.3(2) Patch S23/P26 for inclusion in 9.4(1) S9/P9.

CSCea91939

6

other

Signaling Inter-working support for Cisco Unity feature.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCea91939—Signaling Inter-working support for Cisco Unity feature— provides an E1 interface and QSIG to SIP and DPNSS to SIP signaling inter-working for Cisco Unity Voice Mail and Unified Messaging products.

For more information see Signaling Inter-Working Support for Cisco Unity in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn008

Protocol patch CSCOnn008 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec01563

3

mdl-q761

Improper treatment of optional parameters in CFN message.

CSCec20865

3

protocol

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


This patch provides updates all 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.

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

CSCOnn007

Protocol patch CSCOnn007 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk45817

2

mdl-callctrl

ST: PGW should cut-through after receiving SDP.

CSCeb82775

2

mdl-cdr

CDE 4016 is not populated correctly for SS7-SIP calls.

CSCuk45766

2

mdl-dpnss

ST: Vendor DPNSS PBX rejects format of txt message send by PGW.

CSCeb72868

2

mdl-sip

Blind transfer:release from xferred to does not work for SS7-SIP-SS7.

CSCuk45827

3

mdl-callctrl

ST: PGW should check if originating side is EISUP when cut-through.

CSCuk45714

3

mdl-dpnss

ST: The calling party does not receive the name of the called party.

CSCeb87906

3

mdl-eisup

Belgium ISUP Ed5 specific param 1 not passed by EISUP.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCOnn006

Protocol patch CSCOnn006 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb66558

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW is not releasing DPNSS calls properly if cause value is missing.

CSCea31191

3

mdl-dpnss

unwanted number added in a NAM message by pgw.

CSCeb64862

3

mdl-eisup

ECS:PGW should release the H323-nonH323 rerouted to H323 calls.

CSCea18974

3

toolkit

Translation Verification of a TCR number freezes.


This patch provides updates 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.

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

CSCOnn005

Protocol patch CSCOnn005 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea92745

2

mdl-callctrl

PGW considers telephony event as codec for SKYLANE.

CSCeb42625

2

mdl

Netmeeting calls fail when GTD is configured with 9.4.1 PGW.

CSCeb47497

2

mdl-connctrl

MDCX missing for DPNSS to SIP calls.

CSCeb54366

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW is rejecting DPNSS-DPNSS virtual calls with CDV string.

CSCeb64976

2

mdl-eisup

PGW parses IP address incorrectly.

CSCuk45149

2

mdl-dpnss

ST. CFNR calls have one way speech when call starts and ends on PSTN.

CSCeb01758

3

mdl-analysis

PGW maps internal cause 52 to DPNSS cause 07H instead of 08H.

CSCeb14286

3

mdl-q761

Nature of Address within the CPN changes value.

CSCuk44971

3

mdl-connctrl

CPM does not buffer LChanModify request.

CSCuk45059

3

mdl-dpnss

ST: CFU from DPNSS. IAM message has parameter missing.

CSCeb53807

6

other

Send Ack when receive Add On Conference change request.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

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.

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

CSCOnn004

Protocol patch CSCOnn004 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk44855

1

mdl-dpnss

ST: CF set-up from DPNSS to off net fails due to CF string in SSRM.

CSCea93297

2

mdl-callctrl

PGW is not rejecting virtual calls from DPNSS & QSIG to HSI.

CSCea93304

2

mdl-callctrl

PGW is not sending CRM for diversion validation from DPNSS to HSI.

CSCeb04684

2

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS calls released with BearCapNotAuthorized.

CSCeb06241

2

mdl-dpnss

RingNoAnswer doesnt time out for DPNSS calls.

CSCea59653

2

mdl-sip

PGW adds to-tag in the CANCEL message.

CSCuk44000

3

man-xml-mda-ops

Allow wildcarding of parts of NodeID.

CSCeb23978

3

mdl-callctrl

Call Forward No Answer calls cannot be handled by PGW.

CSCdz79107

3

mdl-cdr

CDR is not showing country specific NOA values in tag 3007.

CSCea31173

3

mdl-dpnss

call got stuck on pgw after dpnss/E1 outage.

CSCea34689

3

mdl-dpnss

dpnss: disconnection of PGW kills call context.

CSCeb04245

3

mdl-dpnss

Incorrect cause mapping causes rtrv-ne-health to display all calls.

CSCeb30150

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS-EISUP-DPNSS virtual call with DIV-V string in ISRM is failing.

CSCdz64353

3

mdl-sip

PGW should send 504 to SIP side when T7 timer expires.

CSCdz89555

3

mdl-sip

adding + sign for outgoing SIP calls.

CSCea58823

6

other

Call Diversion Validation for DPNSS Phase 0 Support Services feature.


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.

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

CSCOnn003

Protocol patch CSCOnn003 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea81494

3

mdl-q761

LOP Loop Prevention message not recognized by PGW.

CSCea86876

3

mdl-q761

Call released due to incoming COT on previous CIC indicator.

CSCea70733

4

other

Makefile needs to be updated in order to build asn.mdl.obj.

CSCea06460

6

other

Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update feature.


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.

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

CSCea06460—Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update—This feature is an enhancement to the existing Belgium protocol variant functionality based on the Q.763 specification document of 1993 to the Q.763 of 1997, which involves including some existing messages and parameters, adding new parameters and providing the capability for the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and Message Compatibility Information (MCI) parameters inclusion for all parameters introduced in the ITU ISUP Q.763 specification document after 1988.

CSCOnn002

Protocol patch CSCOnn002 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea62701

1

mdl-callctrl

DPNSS-SS7 calls are not checkpointed.

CSCea65006

2

mdl-cdr

CDR is not showing Tech prefix in tag 4014.

CSCdz89645

6

provision

Multiple Carriers per HSI feature.


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.

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

CSCdz89645—Multiple Carriers Per HSI feature—this feature enables you to use a single HSI (or a pair of HSIs for redundancy) to route calls to multiple HSI carriers. For more information on this feature, see Multiple Carriers Per HSI in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

Both patches CSCOnn002 and CSCOgs002 must be installed.

CSCOnn001


Caution Because of a fix made directly to the patching tool, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patches CSCOnn001 and CSCOgs001.

Protocol patch CSCOnn001 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea53521

1

engine

Blackbird:SIP to SS7 calls fail for SDP address.

CSCea58802

2

mdl-callctrl

For SIP-SS7 calls PGW drops the SDP in the second CRCX.

CSCdz55618

3

mdl-callctrl

LNP Calls are not working in nailed solution.

CSCea33970

3

mdl-callctrl

V110 string is not sent when parity and stopbit set to none.

CSCea33979

3

mdl-callctrl

Incorrect parity sent in V110 string.

CSCea50281

3

mdl-callctrl

Calling party missing in CRCX on a NAS call.

CSCuk41617

3

mdl-callctrl

PGW does not invoke ECS when cause analysis returns ROUTE.

CSCea14750

3

mdl-cdr

Blackbird:4204 and 4205 CDRs are not checkpointed for 1110 CDB.

CSCea16660

3

mdl-cdr

Blackbird:4205 is not populated when SipIpSource is enabled.

CSCdz65367

3

mdl-pri

QSIG: PGW failed to pass Notify message in transparency mode.


This patch provides updates all protocols.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs052

System patch CSCOgs052 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh71564

3

engine

Engine core in destructAnElement.

CSCsi00025

3

ioccc7

Port CSCsd94308 (SS7 core at snRtrDatInd) to MGC 9.4(1).

CSCsh26062

6

design

9.4.1 gs51nn60 chk_inv failed on V210.


This patch provides updates all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs051

System patch CSCOgs051 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg84273

2

alrmm

Showtime 9.4.1 S50P59 Rebuild Automation alrmM Process coredump two times.

CSCsg74209

3

mml

MML core dumps when make a new configuration and then prov-stp.

CSCsg74512

3

ioccsip

All sip related calls fail when second sip link INB.

CSCsg82814

3

mml

Set-log for DSKM-01 failed and tab help no iterm all.

CSCsg87186

3

mdl-analysis

PGW : NOA - Unknown for Originating called number.


This patch provides updates all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs050

System patch CSCOgs050 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg30223

3

iocc7

SS7 IOCC is core dumping due to bad pointer reference.

CSCsf29121

3

engine

Slave PGW always OOS.

CSCsg56731

3

iocm

IOCM core during its finalization.

CSCsg25751

6

mdl-q767

PGW Support for Redirect Number in Q767_TURKISH.


This patch provides updates all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs049

System patch CSCOgs049 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse30672

6

toolkit

Add a tool for customer to track the provision.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse18162

3

engine

coredump found when SysConnectDataAccess set to false.

CSCse19592

3

engine

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

CSCse42861

3

engine

Routing table information becomes corrupted when adding more trunkgroups.

CSCse18019

3

ioccc7

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

CSCse37883

4

mdl-tools

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


This patch provides updates all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs048

System patch CSCOgs048 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd73705

3

engine

PGW shows false CDR after switchover - need new code to diagnose problem.

CSCsd64628

3

ioccc7

Trillium issue ccpu00064020 C7 link congestion.


This patch provides updates all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs047

System patch CSCOgs047 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa67716

3

alrmm

Replic ALM=PEER LINK A FAILURE does not clear automatically.


This patch provides updates the following:

replicator

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.

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

CSCOgs046

System patch CSCOgs046 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb04467

3

ioccsctp

Compiler Warnings in Sigtran Libraries.

CSCsc50364

6

mdl-q767

Need to sed Alerting when ACM recvd no matter what the indication in BCI.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc66392

3

engine

PGW sudden switchover due to busy call clean up.

CSCsc20364

3

snmp

SNMP traps contain wrong component name after dynamic reconfig.


This patch provides updates the following:

libsa.so

pom

replicator

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

mmSAgt

TCAP

SUA

M3UA

IUA

sagt

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.

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

CSCOgs045

System patch CSCOgs045 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa59971

3

m3ua

PGW doesn't initiate CVT testing when receives UPU with unknown cause va.


The following features were propagated into this release from earlier versions of release 9:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb49472

3

mdl-cdr

Invalid CDR records when OOS a trunk.

CSCsb67247

3

mdl-q767

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


This patch provides updates the following:

librmg.so

mmSAgt

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.

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

CSCOgs044

System patch CSCOgs044 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb13092

3

provision

STP linksets on different IOCC's should not point to the same DPC.

CSCsb70044

3

mml

mml -b batchfile fails while deleting a gateway.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolcomp.so

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs043

System patch CSCOgs043 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb54047

2

mml

PGW Routes in resultset corrupted after dial plan change.

CSCeh03380

3

engine

Dynamically add/delete Nailed bear channels failed.

CSCsb34763

3

m3ua

Update sigtran stacks to latest version.

CSCsb39284

3

provision

9.4(1) allows more than 8 IPLNK per gateway to be configured.

CSCsb48531

3

mml

MML TAB key does not retrieve certain sigsvcprop entries.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolroute.so

pom

M3UA

SUA

IUA

libpolcomp.so

libhelp.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.

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

CSCOgs042

System patch CSCOgs042 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb28289

6

engine

SIP OPTIONS method outside dialog for 9.4(1).


This patch provides updates the following:

libcmg.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.

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

CSCOgs041

System patch CSCOgs041 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa79601

3

mml

CPC mod result against NOA/NPI tables in prefix analysis allowed in mml.

CSCsb13092

3

provision

STP linksets on different IOCC's should not point to the same DPC.

CSCsa90863

3

toolkit

The message under CDR viewer of MGC Viewer Toolkit is not right.

CSCsa81150

4

mmlhelp

the parameter m3uakey is not accepting for prov-add:ss7route - mml help.

CSCsa82848

6

mdl-q767

Improper Forward Call Indicator in Brazil ISUP change request.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolnuman.so

libpolcomp.so

mml

query.tbc

mmlCommands.xml

variant.dat

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.

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

CSCOgs040

System patch CSCOgs040 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa91234

3

mmdb

PGW : Rel 9.4(1) MMDB bounce when race condition occurs.

CSCef24791

4

toolkit

MGC_Setup displays empty IP Addr.


This patch provides updates the following:

mmdb

sagt

mmSAgt

M3UA

IUA

SUA

ioChanMgr

TCAP

XECfgParm.tbc

query.tbc

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.

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

CSCOgs039

System patch CSCOgs039 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa86822

2

provision

PGW Dial Plan size increases after deleting and reprovisioning.

CSCeg41168

3

other

Additional virtual interface for SIP created when PGW is started.

CSCeg45940

3

ioccm3ua

Editing of M3UA association requires pgw restart to take effect.

CSCeg52907

3

snmp

Bad file number printed to console screen.

CSCsa63722

3

toolkit

cdrviewer does not display years 2003 2004 in query drop down menu.

CSCsa82465

3

snmp

PGW MIB value hrSystemNumUsers must be zero when no users logged in.

CSCsa88009

3

mdl-runtime

Dialplan analysis fails with index larger than 32767.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolnuman.so

foverd

M3UA

SUA

brassd

critagt

fsagt

hostagt

logagt

mib2agt

setany

snmpdm

query.tbc

libinf.so

ca

sim

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.

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

CSCOgs038

System patch CSCOgs038 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg77121

3

mml

prov-add:extnode:type=unknown requires optional parameters.

CSCsa67862

3

flovr

After switchover PGW stayed OOS would not come back into STBY.

CSCsa79177

3

ioccpriip

PGW unable to recover priip link after IP link flapping.

CSCeg80870

6

ioccm3ua

Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3 feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolcomp.so

TCAP

libcmg.so

mml

query.tbc

foverd

ISDNIP

CiscoMGC

IUA

M3UA

SUA

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.

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

CSCeg80870—Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3 feature—this feature adds support for the following configurations:

Mated pair of ITPs with a single OPC in front of a single PGW node with the same OPC (Distributed MTP3)

Mated pair of ITPs with a single OPC in front of multiple PGW nodes with the same OPC (Point Code Consolidation)

CSCOgs037

System patch CSCOgs037 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeh05587

3

engine

PGW cores and switches to standby core engine.smartall.

CSCsa59819

3

procm

PGW switch-over failed to load dialplan.

CSCeh01828

3

engine

populateSDPInfoInCDR on trunkgrps platform.log fill with error.

CSCeh02386

3

engine

engine.smartall core.


This patch provides updates the following:

pom

libcmg.so

librmg.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.

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

CSCOgs036

System patch CSCOgs036 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg74396

2

toolkit

Not able to do Translation verification with 9.4(1).

CSCeg08373

3

other

migrateTKGFile is not working for 93->96.

CSCed83994

3

alrmm

UNK alarms displayed in the GUI Alarms Screen.

CSCef55514

3

snmp

Missing snmp generic traps for link down and up.

CSCee81425

4

other

Disk trimmer should trim output files of CollectData.


This patch provides updates the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libconvutil.so

replicator

SS7

ioChanMgr

TCAP

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs035

System patch CSCOgs035 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg49144

3

ioccc7

SS7 core with unknown cause.

CSCeg50206

3

mml

prov-exp exports a junk entry for digmodstring deletion.

CSCeg54037

3

engine

EISUP message decoded wrong resulting junk sdp.

CSCeg44843

6

mml

Verif. of ipaddr1/2 & peeraddr1/2 in M3UA assoc. when prov-dply/cpy.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libpolnuman.so

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

SS7

IUA

TALI

M3UA

SUA

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs034

System patch CSCOgs034 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg04116

3

mml

PGW doesnt modify the Description param for DPNSSPATH.

CSCeg16443

3

mml

Sigpathprof export not proper and incremental export of profile.

CSCeg36367

3

engine

Engine core dump in cmgMdlProcCxt::timerGood().

CSCeg37817

3

ioccxgcp

Deleting gateway on PGW causes MGCP process on PGW to crash.

CSCeg36293

3

mdl-sip

PGW sends 180 ringing instead of 183 session progress.

CSCef88219

3

install

Patch adds dupe line to inittab if coming from 9.4gs28.

CSCef94861

3

snmp

Inittab must be cleaned up on uninstall using latest patch level.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

MGCP

mml

propSet.xml.dat

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.

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

CSCOgs033

System patch CSCOgs033 does not resolve any caveat numbers. The changes in this patch are related to synchronizing with the code changes in system patch CSCOgs37 for Release 9.3(2).

This patch provides updates the following:

libcmg.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

SS7

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.

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

CSCOgs032

System patch CSCOgs032 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef88065

3

engine

PGW:GRSonSSCEnabled set to 1 should not trigger GRS at sw-over.

CSCef88726

3

engine

engine core dump under load.

CSCef70268

3

mdl-q761

Q761_NEWZEALAND OLM Feature needs REL after T3 expires.


This patch provides updates the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

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.

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

CSCOgs031

System patch CSCOgs031 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef63651

2

engine

4235 CDE is a negative number in the 1071 CDB for CIC availability.

CSCef67977

3

mml

PGW hangs on execution of mml command with large amount of entries.

CSCef55551

3

other

Starting PGW via console port - receive error.

CSCef69793

3

engine

AuditTimerInterval set to zero puts the engine in loop on Audit.


This patch provides updates the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libengif.so

pom

replicator

sagt

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs030

System patch CSCOgs030 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed56953

6

engine

CIC Availability Measurement CDB feature.

CSCee53012

6

mml

PGW: cause result set and Bdigit range / Bdigtree deletion ranges.


This patch provides updates the following:

mmlCommands.xml

replicator

mml

sagt

replicator

pom

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libpolfiles.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libengif.so

presentation.dat

position.dat

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.

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

CSCed56953—CIC Availability Measurement CDB feature—this feature introduces a new CDB, 1071, used in BAMS 3.20 to fix the CIC availability measurements.

This feature is being delivered with the known problem reported in caveat number CSCef63651; in nailed configurations, the 4235 CDE in the 1071 CDB is a negative number.

CSCOgs029

System patch CSCOgs029 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef18204

3

mml

MML IOS Help getRouteTrunkGroups error message.

CSCef33184

3

mml

getDialPlanResults returned an error while retrieving resulttable.

CSCee59868

6

mdl-eisup

New Zealand ISUP OLM Support feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

SS7

SIP

ipChanMgr

TCAP

procM

replicator

mml

libhelp.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCee59868—New Zealand ISUP OLM Support feature—this feature adds support in New Zealand ISUP for the Overload (OLM) parameter (national parameter used when call processing capacity on a switch exceeds a certain value). It is required by Voice Carriers that need to interconnect with the PTT.

CSCOgs028

System patch CSCOgs028 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee85291

3

engine

MGCP race condition detection.

CSCee30532

6

other

Netra 240 and Netra 440 platform introduction for MGC host feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

almM

MGCP

ioChanMgr

.perf_setup

CIAGENT

libcmg.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.

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

CSCee30532—Netra 240 and Netra 440 Platform Introduction for MGC Host—This feature introduces the Netra 240 and Netra 440. This feature offers:

Upgrade to new 16.1.0.23 CIAgent

New ALOM support in alarm manager

CSCOgs027

System patch CSCOgs027 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee96264

2

provision

Deleting a dialplan prevents further configuration.

CSCee94962

3

install

almM installed with wrong ownership in patch 25.

CSCea63604

3

mml

More verbose output when failing prov-dply.

CSCee90844

3

mml

MML interactive help needed for deleting day of week (dow).

CSCee91640

3

mdl-q761

Setting timer T6 to 20s in Q761_SINGAPORE defaults it to 130s.

CSCef00152

3

mdl-sip

30 characters in SIP URL causes prov-add:siprttrnkgrp to fail.


This patch provides updates the following:

propSet.xml.dat

mmlCommands.xml

libpolroute.so

pom

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs026

System patch CSCOgs026 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee89011

2

ioccc7

CIC state is ISDN in PGW while the bearer state is Block in NAS.


This patch provides updates the following:

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCOgs025

System patch CSCOgs025 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee57712

3

engine

Engine core while stop PGW with SysConnectDataAccess set to false.

CSCed62578

3

mmlhelp

mml tab does not list all ISUP Timer parameters for prov-add:profile.

CSCee51891

3

mmlhelp

mmlhelp for rtrv-ovld is incorrect.


This patch provides updates the following:

mmlCommands.xml

libpolcomp.so

libda.so

mml

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.

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

CSCOgs024

System patch CSCOgs024 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee45274

3

ioccxgcp

Unwanted message logging to platform.log.


This patch provides updates the following:

ISDNIP

ISDNL3

EISUP

libcxn.so

libeng.so

libACE.so

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.

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

CSCOgs023

System patch CSCOgs023 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed60333

3

engine

Under congestion SIP invite messages are not processed.

CSCed47191

3

provision

prov-stp::confirm hangs and timeout after failed SIP_provisioning.

CSCee09814

3

mmlhelp

IPFASPATH components are missing in mml kill-call tab key help.

CSCee31029

3

mml

prov-dlt:charge should not require default dow.

CSCee12761

4

toolkit

TRANSLATION-VERIFICATION: grammar error in FULL query display.

CSCed86328

6

other

PGW - Trouble shooting data collection script.

CSCee23100

3

mdl-cdr

CDR-tag 3009/FCI_Rx & 3010/FCI_Tx of 1010-CDB has wrong values.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

callver

mml

chanMgr

simWriter

collectdata

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.

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

CSCOgs022

System patch CSCOgs022 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed95172

3

ioccm3ua

PGW sends entire SIO instead of SI in M3UA DATA packet.


This patch provides updates the following:

M3UA

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.

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

CSCOgs021

System patch CSCOgs021 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee11122

3

ioccsip

200 OK not ACKed if To or From field does not contain < > signs.

CSCee13693

6

mdl-sip

SIP CLI unavailable when interworking to ISUPV3_UK.


This patch provides updates the following:

SIP

default XECFGParm.dat

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.

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

CSCOgs020

System patch CSCOgs020 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed91671

2

flovr

In single VirtualSIP mode FO not occurring with lost of Ethernet.

CSCed92780

2

flovr

PGW stays in OOS after e-net cable is removed and restored.

CSCed37018

3

sim

simWriter sometime report wrong A-Number.

CSCed63984

3

measm

CP_ERR_UNKN_MEAS: for REC RES TOT for sigPath c7path.


This patch provides updates the following:

librmg

ligcmg

sp

simWriter

callver

foverd

measCats.dat

measument.my

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.

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

CSCOgs019

System patch CSCOgs019 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed68540

3

alrmm

OLC/TLC alarm severity should not be Major.

CSCec79588

6

iocm

Enhancement: M3UA SUA critical alarms.


This patch provides updates the following:

IOCM

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.

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

For M3UA SUA critical alarms (caveat number CSCec79588), there is a change in behavior and new XECfgParm.dat parameter. For more information, see M3UA SUA Critical Alarms in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs018

System patch CSCOgs018 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed64770

2

engine

Incoming SS7 call fail with default CustGrpId.

CSCed28651

3

mml

Overlapping MML sessions (race) causes one to fail.

CSCed63773

3

mmlhelp

Invalid parameters given in sta-sc-trc mml help.

CSCed70237

3

other

Removing variant Q761_97VER_BASE from variant.dat file.


This patch provides updates the following:

mmlCommands.xml

mml

librmg.so

mmlCommands.xml

variant.dat

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.

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

CSCOgs017

System patch CSCOgs017 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed34369

3

snmp

SNMP traps do not work correctly.

CSCed42175

3

engine

Improve the random nature of the the SIP call id generation.

CSCed53447

3

engine

SIP to SIP call failed when BMOD result type involved.

CSCuk47863

3

provision

PGW does not support C3725 as external node.

CSCed45778

6

mdl-q761

Austrian ISUP Enhancements feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

cfgM

almM

procM

mmdbd

measMgr

mmBldCfg

cdrDmpr

amDmpr

pom

replicator

sagt

mmSAgt

sp

ca

sim

ISDNIP

MGCP

ioChanMgr

TCAP

callver

engine

libpxelog.so

libpxe.so

libxe.so

librudp.so

libmmdb.so

libsa.so

libconvutil.so

libengif.so

libinf.so

libpolbase.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCOgs016

System patch CSCOgs016 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb34638

2

iocm

SIPFailover:SIPlink state not updated after unplugging Eth cable.

CSCuk45860

2

engine

GRS received after RSC/GRS sent not handled correctly.

CSCed49419

2

flovr

Lost of ethernet cause FO and switchback hang sys for 1.5 minutes.

CSCuk46019

3

ioccc7

ST: PGW should send a GRS when the far end pointcode comes IS.

CSCeb63098

3

m3ua

Updated to latest sigtran stack releases.

CSCed18888

3

config-lib

config-lib tool hung while copy library version to production.

CSCed28655

3

mmlhelp

Missing MML help for SIPPATH prov commands.

CSCuk47558

4

mmlhelp

mml guidance incorrect when deleting switched trunks.

CSCec04997

5

mmlhelp

Misleading mml help in kill-call command.


This patch provides updates the following:

engine

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libxe.so

foverd

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.

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

CSCOgs015

System patch CSCOgs015 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz58778

3

engine

After cut over 2nd SS7 sigPath shows OOS.

CSCed20050

3

engine

circuit states are not updated after sw-over when CircuitRes enabled.

CSCed22805

6

mdl-cdr

Enhancement: Store ConnectionParameter(P:) stats from Gateway in CDR Change Request.


This patch provides updates the following:

engine

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCOgs014

System patch CSCOgs014 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec85728

2

engine

engine errors in platform.log on standby PGW for HSI calls.

CSCec10170

3

mdl-tools

Compile Warnings: ca_main.cc.

CSCed10374

3

sim

PGW: simWriter fails in 9.4.1.

CSCed10639

3

iocm

UNK alarm seen after dynamic reconfiguration.


This patch provides updates the following:

ca

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI

IUA

M3UA

SUA

simWriter

ioChanMgr

libpolcomp.so

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCOgs013

System patch CSCOgs013 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk46970

2

engine

ST: PGW reports congestion after DPNSS signaling path reset.

CSCuk47236

3

provision

*.delayTimer can not be provisioned using mml.

CSCec89206

4

provision

charge edit test broken in mml test harness.


This patch provides updates the following:

sagt

ISDNL3

libxe.so

librmg.so

libda.so

Alarm/measurement viewer

delete_replication.sh

config-snmp

propSet.xml.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.

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

CSCOgs012

System patch CSCOgs012 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec76079

2

provision

cannot configure duplicate NOA LINEXALTE for different svc sigpath.

CSCec80897

2

engine

From H323-> VISM Tag 4206 did not get populated in case of VISM.


This patch provides updates the following:

pom

mml

libpom.so

libda.so

libconvutil.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

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.

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

CSCOgs011

System patch CSCOgs011 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCdz35456

2

mdl-tools

get_trc.sh script gives segmentation fault.

CSCec33791

3

toolkit

MGC Setup does not use secure connection when available.

CSCec70953

3

install

config-lib use restricted to mgcusr.


This patch provides updates the following:

mml

engine

sagt

replicator

pom

ca

sim

libengif.so

libinf.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

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.

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

CSCOgs010


Caution The patch install script has been updated. To install ANSI 2000, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-941 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

System patch CSCOgs010 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk46564

2

iocceisup

ST: Calls over EISUP fail after PGW node IP connectivity loss.

CSCec57856

2

engine

Engine core when receiving a truncated SIP-GTD message.

CSCec48947

3

mdl-q761

UPT/UPA handling for UK ISUP.

CSCec21910

3

mml

Need to Update SIP protocol for mml:prov-rtrv:profiletypes.

CSCec50681

3

toolkit

CDE 4098 not produced in CDB tag 1110.

CSCec55992

3

mdl-ni2

Call Correlation Id is not sent to GW when GTD is turned off.

CSCec52883

3

mdl

incorrectly formatted GEA field cause call disconnect.

CSCec45204

4

engine

Compiler Warning: cmgCall.h.


This patch provides updates the following:

patch script

replicator

mml

engine (with libraries)

procM

pom

sagt

libpolcomp

libconvutil

libsa

libxe

libpxelog

TOOLKIT (cdr, am, logviewer, tv)

properties.dat

variants.dat

propSet.xml.dat

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.

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

CSCOgs009

System patch CSCOgs009 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk46564

2

iocceisup

ST: Calls over EISUP fail after PGW node IP connectivity loss.

CSCeb72197

2

provision

Not able to provision MWI strings for DPNSS sigpath.

CSCec25373

2

pxelogger

replicator core dumps.

CSCec22056

3

provision

SipFailover; mml error message needs to be changed.

CSCec05467

3

mdl-sip

BlnXfer:release from originator does not work properly in SS7-SIP-SIP.

CSCeb39727

3

mml

A/B Flag parameter under DPNSS sigpath missing on prov-exp.

CSCec00375

3

provision

Warning message in tpSIPIPLink.cpp.

CSCec11600

3

provision

numan-rtrv:dialplan: is display default value for over-decadic DP.

CSCuk45762

4

provision

ST: 2nd IP link in sig. path should not be permitted to have same pri.

CSCea19329

6

other

DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs feature.

CSCea33921

6

other

SIP Services Update feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpxelog.so

libxe.so

libconvutil.so

libengif.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

procM

cdrDmpr

amDmpr

pom

replicator

sagt

mmSAgt

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI

IUA

M3UA

SUA

ioChanMgr

mml

foverd

simWriter

measCats.dat

propSet.xml.dat

properties.dat

alarmCats.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

presentation.dat

position.dat

logViewer/File.tbc

cdr/File.tbc

XECfgParm.tbc

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.

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

CSCea19329—DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs feature—this feature enables the PGW to collect DSP statistics from MGCP gateways at the end of each call and populate the statistics in the PGW's CDRs. This enhances the ability to provide more real time analysis of voice quality issues in MGCP VoIP networks.

For more information see DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCea33921—SIP Services Update—this feature updates the session timer, BYE/Also to REFER, and the ISUP-SIP cause code mapping.

For more information see SIP Services Update in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs008

System patch CSCOgs008 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk45870

1

engine

ST: PGW engine core dumps at BT.

CSCuk46019

3

engine

ST: PGW should send a GRS when the far end pointcode comes IS.


This patch provides updates the following:

librmg.so

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.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.

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

CSCuk46019—A new property has been added. The updated properties.dat only appears in the CONFIG_LIB/new directory. You must either provision from new or manually add the new property to properties.dat.

If you do not provision from new, you must manually add the new property to the properties.dat file in the active_link and prov_link directories after installing the patch and before restarting the software.

CSCOgs007

System patch CSCOgs007 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec00590

1

engine

Engine Core dumps when NAS is power cycled with Thundervoice calls.

CSCea56176

2

provision

engine core dumps when deleting an ss7path with active call.

CSCeb68305

3

engine

PGW core dumps when restarted after importing new trunk group file.

CSCec05859

3

engine-sj

PGW is not reading the channel ID properly for segmented SETUP.

CSCec00386

3

ioccsip

Compiler Warnings in ioCcSipMgr.cc.

CSCeb87416

3

mml

MML help for ss7path displays ISDNPRI variants instead of SS7.

CSCeb86642

3

provision

Unable to Delete All trunks for certain trunkgroup.

CSCec19239

3

pkg

Check S/W inventory fails on S7 patch set.


This patch provides updates the following:

libinf.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libpolfiles.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

ca

sim

cfgM

pom

replicator

SIP

mml

CiscoMGC

config-snmp

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.

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

CSCOgs006

System patch CSCOgs006 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeb78817

2

engine-sj

Skylane tags not populated for SS7-SIP-SS7 Callforward No answer.

CSCuk45506

2

provision

ST: DPNSS path signaling slot or port can not be changed.

CSCea86951

2

pxelogger

Supercell:Engine core dumps when c7 links are out of service.

CSCea60737

3

mml

Missing help for TARIFF CHARGE and CHARGEHOLIDAY.

CSCeb77281

3

mml

prov-ed:charge command with TARIFFDESC will core mml.

CSCeb77333

3

mml

rtrv-lnk-ctr is not working correctly.

CSCeb78685

3

mml

Trunkgroups which property:BNationalPrefix only accept NULL value.

CSCeb82498

3

mml

Mismatch between command and help menu.

CSCeb63707

3

provision

PGW IOS help command doe not display confirm option with set-iplnk.

CSCeb74968

3

provision

migrateTKGFile has wrong number of columns.

CSCeb81231

3

provision

The error message for the LocalSSN of SessionSet is misleading.


This patch provides updates the following:

libengif.so

libpom.so

libpxelog.so

libpolnuman.so

librmg.so

libinf.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

LogServerd

mml

sp

ca

sim

pom

replicator

sagt

mmSAgt

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.

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

This patch includes the Nigerian ISUP feature (propagated from release 9.3(2). The patch script has been changed to accommodate the new protocol. The revised script must be copied from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-941 to the /opt/SW directory before installing or updating a patch.

CSCOgs005

System patch CSCOgs005 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea40851

2

m3ua

M3UA OOS during UPU test.

CSCeb50034

2

engine-sj

standby engine handles circuit chpt wrong when controller goes OOS.

CSCeb51211

2

provision

Provisioning says 112 errors but prov-cpy passes.

CSCeb54573

2

engine

PGW sends REL with incorrect cause code when congested.

CSCeb54788

2

engine

PGW sends incorrect REL to DPNSS side when congested.

CSCuk42124

2

upgrade

ST: PGW upgrade from 9.3(2) to 9.4(1) has failed.

CSCdx07265

3

iocm

sta-ss7-srt rtrv-ss7-srt command should use SS7PATH not DPC.

CSCea03512

3

mml

No help is provided for numan-add:resulttable parameter values.

CSCea10082

3

iocm

platform.log errors should be info instead no value add at error.

CSCea91826

3

sccp-tcap

Error messages generated by Trillium TCAP stack may not be routed.

CSCeb31865

3

provision

SIPFailover:mml is not blocking siplink with VIP1 when VIP1=0.0.0.0.

CSCeb46068

3

provision

Compiler warning could cause processing errors.

CSCeb55621

3

mml

Error provisioning Resutlset when resultset name equal to 20 chara.

CSCuk44842

4

provision

ST: mml help misleading for mml component naming convention.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpxelog.so

libengif.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolroute.so

libconvutil.so

libpom.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libcmg.so

M3UA

almM

replicator

sagt

TCAP

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

pom

SS7

MGCP

ioChanMgr

cdrDmpr

amDmpr

mml

XECfgParm.tbc

.dump_prov

migrate_9.3001_to_migrate_9.4001

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.

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

CSCOgs004

System patch CSCOgs004 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea85494

1

engine

engine core dumps when call from CallManager is recieved.

CSCeb35915

1

engine-sj

SIP-T and SIP-GTD calls do not go through.

CSCeb25057

2

flovr

Failure querying link status of hme1 causes pgw to switch over.

CSCeb05945

2

ioccdp

DPNSS bearers does not recover when dest is taken OOS/IS.

CSCea86917

2

ioccisdnl3

RESTART-RESTART_ACK procedure is not working for QSIG.

CSCeb27248

2

iocm-sj

SIPFailover: IOCM core dumps.

CSCeb32169

2

iocm-sj

SipFailover: C7 links go to INB state after adding/deleting siplink.

CSCea93942

2

iua

PGW IUA associations are in incorrect state after reloading all ITPs.

CSCea00780

2

provision

Error using migrateTKGfile while migrating from 9.0001 to 9.4001.

CSCeb20099

2

upgrade

Software upgrade to 9.4.1 failed.

CSCea63697

2

xe

prov-dply fails with error transferring files.

CSCeb28634

3

flovr

SIPfailover: Foverd should not clear virtual address mismatch alarm.

CSCdx07265

3

iocm

sta-ss7-srt rtrv-ss7-srt command should use SS7PATH not DPC.

CSCeb27271

3

iocm-sj

SIPfailover:IOCM generates alarms after dynamic reconfiguration.

CSCea86366

3

mdl-tools

Compilation Warnings need to be cleaned up.

CSCeb06916

3

mml

PROV_RTRV:ASSOCIATION:ALL return mis-aligned data.

CSCeb15576

3

mml

prov-rtrv:component:<enter> should output ALL the parameters.

CSCea74557

3

mmlhelp

NO mml on line help for prov-rtrv:extnodetypes mml command.

CSCeb37400

3

provision

Linexlate prov-rtrv output value is misleading.

CSCea00838

3

upgrade

migrateTKGfile creates a NULL file when src/dst filenames are same.

CSCea70638

4

iocm

SET-SPC:OOS/IS causes standby SPC goes to IS.

CSCeb06886

6

pkg

Add Makefile to build ISO file for burning CD.


This patch provides updates the following:

libengif.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libcmg.so

libpolcomp.so

sagt

pom

replicator

simWriter

IUA

ISDNL3

SS7

mml

mmSAgt

SIP

ioChanMgr

foverd

XECfgParm.tbc

alarmCats.dat

migrateTKGroup

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.

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

CSCea10379—Dual-VLAN Improved SIP Failover feature—this feature enables you to use 1 or 2 (recommended) virtual IP addresses that are always associated with the active PGW 2200. For more information, see the Dual-VLAN Improved SIP Failover feature in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs003

System patch CSCOgs003 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea76745

2

iocciua

No DL_EST_REQ sent upon receipt of DL_REL_IND from GW.

CSCea72811

2

iua

PGW is sending new calls to GW after receiving IUA_REL_IND.

CSCea77118

3

engine

extNodes.dat: engine cannot read it correctly.

CSCea86385

3

ioccpriip

Compiler Warnings need to be cleaned up.

CSCea73396

3

iocm

delete/add SS7 subsystem rtrv-rssn on standby PGW shows OOS.

CSCea81054

3

measm

Measurement Categories missing from measCats for Singapore ISUP.

CSCuk42334

3

mml

h323iddivfrom field does not allow space MS uses space in 323ID.

CSCea55543

3

provision

Cant make new calls after delete and add M3UA association.

CSCea70509

3

provision

PGW should block adding H323AdjunctLink to trunkgrp.

CSCea62117

4

mdl-tools

Misleading diagnostic in get_trc.sh.

CSCea06460

6

other

Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

libpom.so

libpolfiles.so

libpolbase.so

libpxe.so

libpolroute.so

libxe.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolcomp.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libcmg.so

amDmpr

mmSAgt

almM

pom

replicator

EISUP

ISDNIP

SIP

MGCP

ISDNL3

IUA

TALI

M3UA

SS7

SUA

ioChanMgr

mml

converter

measurement.my

position.dat

toolbar.tbc

measCats.dat

propSet.xml.dat

variant.dat

get_trc.sh

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.

CSCea06460—Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update—This feature is an enhancement to the existing Belgium protocol variant functionality based on the Q.763 specification document of 1993 to the Q.763 of 1997, which involves including some existing messages and parameters, adding new parameters and providing the capability for the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and Message Compatibility Information (MCI) parameters inclusion for all parameters introduced in the ITU ISUP Q.763 specification document after 1988.

Both patches CSCOnn003 and CSCOgs003 must be installed.

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

CSCOgs002

System patch CSCOgs002 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea59783

1

provision

PGW does support 3745 as external Node for DPNSS.

CSCea62154

2

engine

Engine errors in platform.log need clean up.

CSCea40851

2

m3ua

M3UA OOS during UPU test.

CSCuk42610

2

mml

BMODDIG can no longer accept dw2 and dw3 as null values.

CSCea26291

2

provision

switch over occurs after prov-sync failure.

CSCea75003

2

provision

After patch install variant.dat does not contain DPNSS protocol.

CSCea77798

2

pkg

provisioning should fail if multiple trkgrp with techprefix=NULL.

CSCdx35863

3

flovr

FT PGW config goes Active/Active on certain failover scenario.

CSCdz86274

3

mml

one instance of an mml core dump not sure I can reproduce.

CSCea39703

3

provision

Destination as migrated should not be allowed in prov-sta.

CSCea63772

3

provision

post provisioning process reporting wrong EISUP sigpath.

CSCea53406

3

snmp

SNMP: system status keeps in unknown while actually should active.

CSCuk22434

6

provision

prov-rtrv:session does not give name of active session (core).

CSCdz89645

6

provision

Multiple Carriers per HSI feature.


This patch provides updates the following:

librudp.so

libxe.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libcmg.so

libpom.so

measMgr

replicator

sagt

mmSAgt

IUA

M3UA

SUA

ioChanMgr

foverd

pom

measCats.dat

snmpinfo.dat

measurement.my

extNodeTypes.dat

propVal.xsd.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.

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

CSCdz89645—Multiple Carriers Per HSI feature—this feature enables you to use a single HSI (or a pair of HSIs for redundancy) to route calls to multiple HSI carriers. For more information on this feature, see Multiple Carriers Per HSI in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

Both patches CSCOnn002 and CSCOgs002 must be installed.

CSCOgs001


Caution Because of a fix made directly to the patching tool, you must copy the updated patch tool (provided with the standard installation) to the /opt/SW directory before installing patches CSCOnn001 and CSCOgs001.

System patch CSCOgs001 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCea41280

2

ioccsua

shut serial interface on one ITP causes rssn OOS.

CSCea55516

2

ioccxgcp

mgx iplnks come up OOS CONF at startup with big configuration.

CSCea35603

2

mml

numan-rtrv:cpc:: causes MML lockup when invoking tab Character.

CSCea46151

3

engine

kill-call gives incorrect result message.

CSCea53437

3

measm

Support new messages added in CSCea42009 in measurement.

CSCdz84570

3

mml

Tab character not providing command completion for wild card option.

CSCea38547

3

mml

invalid prt-call targets need to be removed from mml/mmlhelp.

CSCea39449

3

mml

IOS help missing target for rtrv-alms.

CSCea41760

3

mml

IOSMML help function getDialPlanData returning an error message.

CSCea45470

3

provision

prov-exp exports wrong syntax for line translate commands.

CSCea06429

4

ioccsua

rtrv-rssn shows sigPath IS on standby PGW.

CSCea11697

4

iocm

Compiler warnings in ioChanMgr TCAP.

CSCea17062

4

iocm

M3UA/SUA Scalability Enhancements.

CSCea42653

4

mml

Space inserted between valid parameters are allowed to complete.

CSCea52053

4

other

make purify_target failed for mml.


This patch provides updates the following:

libhelp.so

libengif.so

libcxn.so

libpolroute.so

libconvutil.so

libda.so

libpolnuman.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

sagt

mmSAgt

IUA

replicator

M3UA

SUA

TCAP

mml

pom

EISUP

ISDNIP

SIP

MGCP

ISDNL3

TALI

SS7

ioChanMgr

variant.dat

measCats.dat

mmlCommands.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

proSet.xml.dat

search.tbc

Toolbar.tbc

migrate_cpp_4_5

migrate_cpp_5_6

mmlCommands.xml

Additional information:

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

New Features in This Release

Support for GTD and Derived FCI/BCI Interworking on HK and ANSI 92

This feature (CSCsa84411) introduces GTD to the HK and ANSI 92 protocol variants and ports the Derived FCI/BCI Interworking feature to the same protocols and ANSI to support network expansion into HK, UK, and the US.


Note This feature was introduced in patch CSCOnn046.


Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3

This feature (CSCeg80870) enables the PGW 2200 to support the following configurations:

Mated pair of ITPs with a single OPC in front of a single PGW node with the same OPC (Distributed MTP3)

Mated pair of ITPs with a single OPC in front of multiple PGW nodes with the same OPC (Point Code Consolidation)


Note This feature was introduced in patch CSCOgs038.


Q767_SINGAPORE Needs to Support GTD FDC for CGN and CPC

This feature (CSCef74928) implements the following:

The PGW now uses the GTD FDC parameter for out-of-range fields for the CPC and CGN parameters in Q767_SINGAPORE.

The PGW now implements a GTD override for CAI.loc (cause location) to override the NI2->SS7 mapping.


Note This feature was introduced in patch CSCOnn038.


CIC Availability Measurement CDB

This feature (CSCed56953) introduces a new CDB, SS7 CIC Availability CDB 1071, support more accurate tracking of the number of available CICS on gateways and trunk groups by BAMS release 3.20.


Note This feature was introduced in patch CSCOgs030.


Netra 240 and Netra 440 Platform Introduction for MGC Host

This feature (CSCee30532) introduces the Netra 240 and Netra 440. This feature offers:

Upgrade to new 16.1.0.23 CIAgent

New ALOM support in alarm manager


Note This feature was introduced in patch CSCOgs028.


New Zealand ISUP OLM Support

This feature (CSCee59868) adds support in New Zealand ISUP for the Overload (OLM) parameter (national parameter used when call processing capacity on a switch exceeds a certain value). Affected circuits are made unavailable to traffic for a period of two minutes. This feature does not support checkpointing to the Standby and does not contain MML support for display of circuit stats via rtrv-tc or rtrv-cic.


Note This feature is required by voice carriers that need to interconnect with the PTT.



Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn035/CSCOgs029 patch combination.


GTD and FCI/BCI support for ETSI V2 and ANSI ISUP

This feature (CSCee35463) introduces GTD to the ETSI V2 and ports the Derived FCI/BCI Interworking feature to the same protocols and ANSI.


Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn032/CSCOgs027 patch combination.


M3UA SUA Critical Alarms

M3UA SUA critical alarms (CSCec79588) provides a change in behavior and new XECfgParm.dat parameter. The following alarms are critical:

Table 7 Critical Alarms 

Alarm
Description

239

All C7 IP Links Fail

384

All M3UA Assoc Fail

385

All SUA Assoc Fail


An XECfgParm.dat parameter has been added to enable/disable the generation of the following alarms:

all C7 IP Links Fail

all M3UA Assoc Fail

all SUA Assoc Fail

By default, the critical alarms are NOT generated (property value of false). The property can be modified to true, to generate the alarms and invoke a failover.


Note For geographically separated PGWs, the recommendation is to set the property to TRUE (to generate alarms).


If the original behavior is desired, you must manually edit the following XECfgParm.dat parameter:

*.AllLinksFailCausesFailover = true

or upgrade to release 9.5(2).


Note If the AllLinksFailCausesFailover parameter is set to true, your system will switchover if all IP links to the SLTs in a protocol family are down. For example, you have 1 ANSI link and 3 ITU links, your system will failover if the 3 ITU links to the SLTs go down or if the 1 ANSI link to the SLT goes down.


Support for New Zealand ISUP Transparency

This feature (CSCed15844) adds support for the New Zealand ISUP transparency.


Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn019/CSCOgs016 patch combination.


Austrian ISUP Enhancements

This feature (CSCed45778) adds an ISUP (to the PGW 2200) that contains enhancements to allow H.323 to ISDN calls (use of the Forward Call Indicator (FCI) in the ISUP message). The configurable ISUP timer (T9) has been modified. Valid values are 1-30 minutes, with a default of 2 minutes.


Note New ISUP variant: ISUPV2_AUSTRAIN_C2


Dual-VLAN Improved SIP Failover

This feature (CSCea10379) improves the method used for failover strategy for SIP on the PGW 2200. 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 This feature is not supported for systems where the active and standby MGC hosts are geographically separated. This feature is only supported for systems where the active and standby MGC hosts are configured as part of the same set of subnets.


Support for Singapore City-Wide Centrex Information IE (CWCINFIE) Over SIP-GTD

This feature (CSCec40975) adds support to enable the transport of CWCINFIE information (using the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) parameter) over SIP-GTD. The CWCINFIE parameter is only supported in Q761_Singapore.


Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn011/CSCOgs011 patch combination.


Support for ANSI 2000

This feature (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


Note This feature was propagated from release 9.3(2).


New Cause Code for Call Re-Attempts

This feature (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 feature is for nailed solutions only.



Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn009/CSCOgs009 patch combination. This feature was propagated from release 9.3(2).


SIP Services Update

This feature (CSCea33921) updates the following:

session timer-used as a fallback mechanism to clean up hung calls.

BYE/Also to REFER-the REFER method improves the BYE/Also concept of the expired draft-ietf-sip-cc-01by disassociating transfers from the processing of BYE. The PGW 2200 only supports BYE/Also at this time.

ISUP-SIP cause code mapping- the PGW 2200 SIP implementation has been updated to follow chapter 7 and 8 of the ISUP to SIP Mapping RFC (RFC 3398). This brings the PGW 2200 up to the current state in cause mapping.

The PGW 2200 SIP implementation of the Diversion Header supports mapping of the privacy tag to the redirection number in outgoing signaling messages, specifically in the outgoing ISUP IAM message. The privacy token has the fields full and off (privacy=[full|off]).

At present, the PGW 2200 SIP implementation always derives the calling party number from the username field of From header. If the P-Asserted-Identity header or Remote-Party-ID header is present in an incoming SIP INVITE message, the username can be derived from those headers.

Current PGW SIP implementation sets the display-name field of the From/Contact headers to Anonymous when the calling party number is unavailable. The PGW sets the display-name to Anonymous only when the presentation is restricted from the ISUP side of the call. The PGW sets the display-name to Unknown when calling party number is not available from the other half of the call.

The SIP unsolicited notify method is used to transport subscribed event notification. The current implementation of Unsolicited Notify on the PGW 2200 has been enhanced to support transporting of Message Waiting Indicator strings.


Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn009/CSCOgs009 patch combination.


DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs

This feature (CSCea19329) enables the PGW to collect DSP statistics from MGCP gateways at the end of each call and populate the statistics in the PGW's CDRs. This enhances the ability to provide more real time analysis of voice quality issues in MGCP VoIP networks.

The following new CDR tags have been defined:

Table 8 New CDR Tags for the DSP Statistics from MGCP Gateways in CDRs feature

Tag Number
Tag Descriptor/Description
Affected CDB(s)

4098

Originating Leg DSP stats—(CDR_ORIG_DSP_STATS)-this tag is populated if the originating/terminating endpoint is controlled by the PGW using MGCP protocol and the Gateway is enabled to send DSP statistics to the PGW.

1030,1040,1110

4099

Terminating Leg DSP stats-(CDR_TERM_DSP_STATS))-this tag is populated if the originating/terminating endpoint is controlled by the PGW using MGCP protocol and the Gateway is enabled to send DSP statistics to the PGW.

1030,1040,1110



Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn009/CSCOgs009 patch combination.


Signaling Inter-Working Support for Cisco Unity

This feature (CSCea91939) provides an E1 interface and QSIG to SIP and DPNSS to SIP signaling inter-working for Cisco Unity Voice Mail and Unified Messaging products. The following enhancements have been made:

SIP Method Support

Unsolicited Notify

QSIG Support

Message Waiting Indicator (MWI)

MWI Facility Message Support

Blind Transfer Support

QSIG Version Support

DPNSS Support

Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) via Non-Specified Information Supplementary Service


Note Support for MWI using the DPNSS non-specified information supplementary service from the target towards the Cisco Call Manager is currently planned for release 9.5(1).



Note Signalling inter-working support for this feature is limited to QSIG implementations based on the ECMA specification only.


MWI NSI Value String Support


Note This feature was introduced in the CSCOnn009/CSCOgs009 patch combination.


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.


Nigerian ISUP

This feature implements the ISUP variant for Nigeria. The Nigerian ISUP feature 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 feature was introduced in the CSCOnn006/CSCOgs006 patch combination. This feature was propagated from release 9.3(2).


Multiple Carriers Per HSI

This feature (CSCdz89645) enables you to use a single HSI (or a pair of HSIs for redundancy) to route calls to multiple HSI carriers.

The existing trunkgroup property BNationalPrefix (16-character string) is used as a tech-prefix and is stored in Call Detail Record (CDR) tag 4014.


Note BNationalPrefix is case sensitive.


The EISUP trunkgroup that has a NULL value for the BNationalPrefix property is selected as the incoming trunkgroup (it can be both the incoming and outgoing trunkgroup).

The tech-prefix capability is applied only when the PGW interconnects to the HSI through EISUP.

The existing SigPath property, H323AdjunctLink, must be provisioned against EISUP and set to 1 to indicate HSI connection and allow the tech-prefixing capability.


Note If H323AdjunctLink is set to 0, a PGW to PGW configuration will be assumed and the existing BNationalPrefix functionality (NOA-BNationalPrefix feature) will apply.


If the NOA-BNationalPrefix feature is not used, there should be one and only one trunk group with BNationalPrefix=NULL. If there are multiple trunk groups already provisioned, you must remove them. This also applies to a PGW to HSI configurations.

If the NOA-BNationalPrefix feature over EISUP is used, you need a minimum of two trunkgroups; at least one with BNationalPrefix set to your national prefix and another with BNationalPrefix=NULL.


Note Provision postprocessing checks to ensure that only one EISUP trunkgroup has a NULL value for the BNationalPrefix property. If more than one EISUP trunkgroup has a NULL value for the BNationalPrefix property, postprocessing fails.



Note In release 9.5(1), the BTechPrefix property replaces the BNationalPrefix property used for this feature. You must replace the property name when upgrading from release 9.4 to release 9.5.


For more information on this feature, see the Release Notes for Cisco H.323 Signaling Interface Release 2.20.

Global Screening Database Table

This feature (CSCuk37673) 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.


IUA to NAS

This feature (CSCdy51850) provides provisioning changes to the PGW software in support of the new IUA transport between the PGW and the NAS.

For more information on this feature, see the following documents:

Support for IUA with SCTP Feature Module

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_feature_guide09186a00801bcf0b.htmlm

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


Note This feature is only operational in the PGW signaling configuration.


Support for SIP Subscribe and Notify Methods

This feature (CSCdy26291) allows the PGW to support out-of-band DTMF signaling. It allows SIP user agents that are not a party to the media of a call or session, to receive SIP event notifications when signaled digits or other specific telephony-related events are detected. This is useful for applications that monitor calls for a specific event (for example, a long pound, special sequence of digits, or a fax signal) and then take an active role in the monitored calls.

The following new methods are supported:

SUBSCRIBE—used to request asynchronous notification of an event or set of events at a later time.

NOTIFY—used to notify a SIP node that an event requested by an earlier SUBSCRIBE method has occurred.

Unsolicited NOTIFY—the Cisco Proprietary mechanism of sending the supported requested event if it occurs.

The following new headers are supported:

Event Header—defines the event type being requested, supported, or sent.

Allow Header—optional, if present includes a list of tokens that indicate the event packages supported by the client.

Subscription-State Header— indicates the status of the subscription.

Additional information

The new response code, 489 Bad Event, is supported.

Other existing methods, headers, and response codes have been enhanced to support this feature.

The following limitations exist for this feature:

The PGW acts only as a NOTIFIER of the telephone events.

All methods are supported after the ANSWER/CONNECT state.

The PGW that sends the DTMF digits needs to subscribe with the MGCP Gateway for the DTMF digit. This occurs after receiving either a SUBSCRIBE message or Unsolicited NOTIFY response message in 18x/200 message.

The MGCP Gateway does not support sending the duration for the telephony event.

In case of failover, the PGW continues the subscription for the duration of the call.

PGW Security Enhancements

This feature (CSCdx89335) provides secure communications channels between the PGW and external computer systems. Currently these communications use the telnet and ftp programs. Upon implementation of the Secure Shell (SSH), which allows secure telnet connections and ftp transfers, both telnet and ftp are disabled (by default).


Note Customers that do not use the secure interfaces will be allowed to re-enable telnet and/or ftp using scripts provided with the package.


CDR Enhancements

This feature (CSCdy15286) adds the following new functions:

Creates new Call Detail Entries (TAGs) in PGW for both Ingress and Egress codec. Ingress codec is the initial codec used for the call and the egress codec is the codec at the end of the call.

Extends BAMS to provide data in both the Extended ASCII and BT NICS Custom outputs.

Creates new Call Detail Entries (TAGs) in PGW for both Ingress and Egress IP Address.

Extends BAMS to provide data in both the Extended ASCII and BT NICS Custom outputs.

:The following new tags are introduced:

Table 9 New Tags

Tags
Description

4205

Ingress Media Device Address

4206

Egress Media Device Address

4207

Initial Codec

4208

Final Codec

4209

Ingress Media Device Port

4210

Egress Media Device Port


Redirecting Number Modification and Advanced A/B-Number Normalization

This feature (CSCdx73724) provides the ability to modify the Redirecting number and its NOA as a result of any analysis phase (pre-analysis, a/b number analysis, cause analysis). Additionally, it delivers the capability to perform number normalization (removal of European national or International prefix digits) on all originating number parameters (CgPN, GN_CgPn, Redirecting Number, and OCN) and also on the b-number before any analysis is started.

Pre-analysis has been enhanced to encompass a new stage that precedes all other stages, this initial stage carries out NOA/NPI analysis against the CgPN and provides access to all pre-analysis results (this drove the creation of a new set of NOA/NPI tables so that actions can be individually configured for both A and B number NOA/NPI values).

Finally, an adjustment has been made to the function of the existing outgoing number formatting properties so that they not only apply National/International/Country Code prefixes to the CgPN, but also to the Originating Numbers (GN_CgPn, Redirecting Number, and OCN), if present.

Configurable NOA Mapping

This feature (CSCdy39349) allows country-specific NOAs to be defined in the PGW. The PGW 2200 can accept calls that use NOA values that are not explicitly defined in the protocol variant.


Note With this feature configured, normal internal to line mapping is overridden. Protocol outputs might be modified to a value other than expected with configurations elsewhere in the system.


For more information on this feature, see the following documents:

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

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

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 MML Command Reference Guide at the following url:

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

M3UA/SUA to ITP

This feature (CSCdy51854) adds support on the PGW 2200 for M3UA and SUA protocols using SCTP (SIGTRAN). This is an alternative to the existing RUDP backhaul protocol and enables the use of the ITP as an SS7 Signaling Gateway in place of the existing SLT-based SS7 termination architecture.


Note This feature can only be used for communication between Cisco MGCs and Cisco ITPs. For information on the restrictions on the Cisco ITPs, see the Support for M3UA and SUA with SCTP on Cisco ITPs feature module.


For more information on this feature, see the following documents:

Support for M3UA and SUA with SCTP Feature Overview at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_feature_guide09186a00801bcf9a.html

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

Support for SIP-T and SIP-GTD

This feature (CSCdy43669) allows the PGW to support the transmission of ISUP parameters through SIP networks to allow end-to-end ISUP transparency, use of ISUP parameters within SIP networks and a standards based alternative to E-ISUP for carrying MIME encoded binary ISUP messages within SIP.

SIP-GTD is used to pass specific ISUP parameters such as Calling Party Category (CPC) to allow an element in the SIP cloud (i.e. SIP phone) to determine that a call is from a payphone, for example.


Note SIP-T and SIP-GTD are both supported in call control mode.



Note SIP-T support is for German ISUP only.


IOS Style MML Help

This feature (CSCdy63849) provides IOS-style help when entering commands. Help is provided for the verbs, targets, and parameters of all MML commands.

IOS provides two types of help:

command help—a list of possible choices is provided based on what you enter. For example, if you enter "set-" , then all of the commands starting with "set-" display. Command help is invoked by entering a "?" on the command line.

command completion—an attempt is made to complete a command based on what you have entered so far on the command line. For example, if you enter "set-ipl" and the only command starting with "set-ipl" is "set-iplink", then the command is completed up to the "set-iplink". Command completion is invoked by entering a "tab" on the command line.


Note Previously, the question mark "?" was a valid character for some MML parameters, such as description. With this feature, a "?" is no longer valid and will not be allowed in any parameter when using MML in command line mode (not batch mode). Existing configurations that have a "?" in a parameter are not affected because help is only invoked when using the command line.



Note When a tab is entered, the default is to display help information and complete the command. However, XECfgParm can be set to only complete the command.


Help can be invoked at any point in a command. The help that is provided is dependent on the contents of the command. The following is a list of the help provided at the various points in the command.

Table 10 Help Provided 

Help Level
Help Provided

Verb

When help is invoked at the verb level, a list of verbs that matches your input is provided. For example, if you do not enter anything, then a list of all the verbs is provided. If you enter "set-", then a list of all the verbs starting with "set-" are displayed. If there is only one verb that matches your input, then the command is completed up to the target entry point. If there are multiple matches, then the command is completed up to the most common point. If no help can be provided based on your input, then an audible indication (beep) is given and no help information displays.

Target

When help is invoked at the target level, a list of targets that matches your input is provided. A target can be a keyword (such as dchan or iplnk) or can be a specific object/component (such as link-1). If you do not enter any portion of the target, then a list of all targets for that verb is provided. If you enter a portion of the target, then a list of all the targets that match are displayed. If there is only one target that matches your input, then the command is completed up to the parameter list entry point. If there are multiple matches, then the command is completed up to the most common point. If no help can be provided based on your input, then an audible indication (beep) is given and no help information displays.

Parameter Name

When help is invoked at the parameter name level a list of parameters that match your input is provided. If you do not enter any portion of the parameter name, then a list of all parameter names for that verb and target are provided. If you enter a portion of the parameter name, then a list of all parameters that match are displayed. The list of parameters will not contain parameters that have already been entered for that command. If there is only one parameter name that matches your input, then the command is completed up to the parameter value entry point. If there are multiple matches, then the command is completed up to the most common point. If no help can be provided based on your input, then an audible indication (beep) is given and no help information displays.

Parameter Value

When help is invoked at the parameter value level the help that is provided depends on the type of value. For values that are number and strings, a description of the parameter displays. For values that are enums or objects, a list of values that match your input is provided. If you do not enter any portion of the value, then a list of all the values displays. If there is only one value that matches your input, then the value is completed up to the entry point for the next parameter. If there are multiple matches, then the command is completed up to the most common point. If no help can be provided based on your input, then an audible indication (beep) is given and no help information is displays.


There is a new XECfgParm that indicates whether enhanced help is provided when doing command completion (tab). The following are valid values for this new parameter:

True—completes the command and displays a list of choices.

False—disables this feature; a list of choices is not displayed.

The help library provides command help and command completion information based on what you enter and the contents of an XML file. The format of the commands must be:

VERB <separator> TARGET <separator> PARAMLIST

verb—Must be a string. The separator between the VERB and TARGET must be a single character and must be defined in the XML file.

target—Can be a keyword, such as DCHAN or IPLNK, or can be an object/component name such as iplink-1. The separator between the TARGET and PARAMLIST must be a single character and must be defined in the XML file.

paramlist—a list of zero or more parameters.

The following are examples of commands that follow the supported format:

prov-add:dchan:name="dchan-1", desc="dchannel  1", svc="svc-1"
prov-rtrv:dchan:name="dchan-1"
prov-rtrv:dchan:"all" 
rtrv-iplnk:iplink-1 
rtrv-ne - no target or parameters
prov-sta::srcver="active",dstver="test", confirm 

Note Validation is not performed on the contents of a command. As long as enough of the command is valid so that help can be determined, then help can be returned.


Advanced Screening and Modification

This feature (CSCdx73731) introduces the ability to select Dial Plans based on the source IP address (H.323 or SIP) and/or leading digits of the A-number. It also allows additional screening and modification of the A-number (CLI) including the screening indicator (SI) and Presentation Indicator (PI) and allows modification of the Presentation number and its SI and PI.

This allows you to set trust policies with regard to passing Calling Number or Connected Number over a certain trunk group (new Trunk Group properties) by routing to specific dial plans based on the source IP Address.

The selection of dial plans based on source IP address and/or leading digits can also be used for Geographic routing from SIP or H.323 interfaces or for VPN private dial plans.

The following new tags have been introduced:

Table 11 New Tags for the Advanced Screening and Modification Feature 

Tag
Description

4204

Source IP Address—used to identify the source that sends the call setup message in incoming SIP and H.323 calls. The Source IP Address is used to look up a dial plan in the IP Address table if the trunk group property EnableIPScreening is set to 1.

4205

Ingress Media Device Address—for SIP calls only. This tag is populated if the property SipIPSource is set to 1.

Note This tag is also used by the NICS Billing feature.


The following new properties (located in properties.dat) have been introduced:

Table 12 New Properties for the Advanced Screening and Modification Feature 

Property
Description

EnableIPScreening

This property enables the incoming trunk group to select a dial plan based on IP address, source ID, and CLI prefix tables. Valid values are:

0—no dial plan lookup (default)

1—require dial plan lookup

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.

SipIPSource

This property directs MDL to use the IP packet source address or IP address from SDP in INVITE messages to do dial plan selection for SIP calls. Valid values are:

0-IP packet source address (default)

1-IP address from SDP

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.

DefaultPN

This property enables the incoming trunk group to have default (Presentation Number) PN if the incoming call does not have one. Overdecadic digits are supported. Valid values are overdecadic digit strings with a minimum length of 1 and a maximum length of 20. The default value is NULL.

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.

DefaultPNNOA

This property represents the Default Presentation Number NOA value. Valid values are 0 (default) - 43.

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.

DefaultPNNPI

This property represents the Default Presentation Number NPI value. Valid values are 0 (default) - 10.

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.

DefaultPNPres

This property represents the Default Presentation Number Presentation Indicator value. Valid values are 0 (default) - 4.

0-not used

1-PRES_NO_INDICATION

2-PRES_ALLOWED

3-PRES_RESTRICT

4-PRES_UNAVAIL

This property is dynamically reconfigurable.



Note A migration script is provided for the new properties.


DPNSS Support

This feature (CSCdy68021) introduces Digital Private Network Signaling System (DPNSS) transparency, call forwarding, and virtual channel signaling capability on the PGW2200 platform.

It supports the backhaul of DPNSS signaling between the PGW 2200 and mgcp-controlled IOS gateways (2651XM and 3745). The initial development supports:

full DPNSS feature transparency between DPNSS-based PBXs

basic calls between a DPNSS-based PBX and QSIG (PBX), PRI (PBX of PSTN), or SS7 (PSTN) endpoints

H323 gateways

Call Forwarding and Call Hold feature interoperability using the H.323 interface to Call Manager-controlled IP Phones

For more information on this feature, see the following documents:

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

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Provisioning Guide.

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 MML Command Reference Guide.

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

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Dial Plan Guide.

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing Interface Guide at the following url:

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Node Manager User's Guide.

Release Notes for Cisco IAD2430 Series Integrated Access Devices for Cisco IOS Release 12.2(15)ZJ2 Contents.

QSIG Support—Backhaul, Transparency, and Call Forward

This feature (CSCdy15277) supports the backhaul of Q.SIG signaling between the PGW 2200 and mgcp-controlled IOS access gateways (26xx and 37xx). The initial development supports:

full QSIG feature transparency between QSIG-based PBXs

basic calls between a QSIG-based PBX and DPNSS (PBX), PRI (PBX or PSTN), or SS7 (PSTN) endpoints and H323 gateways

Call Forwarding, Call Hold, Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) and Blind Transfer feature interoperability using the H323 interface to Call Manager-controlled IP Phones

ISDN Q.921 User Adaption Layer to NAS

The ISDN Q.921 user adaption (IUA) layer protocol (CSCdy51850) is used to backhaul ISDN Q.921 user messages over IP using the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP).

Malicious Call ID Transport in GTD

This feature (CSCdx42047) enables the recipient of a malicious call to trigger a record of the calling party's information which is forwarded to the appropriate Law Enforcement Agency (LEA).

Enhanced INAP Provisioning

This feature (CSCdx07280) provides the ability (within MML) to do simple provisioning of some message sending (MS) parameters within the trigger.dat table (for SCCP GTT or SSN routing and allows Service Key Value to be entered).


Note The defaults for EMEA for SCCP values for routing should be set to be SSN.


The following parameters (within MS) can be provisioned:

F6 Service Key

F9 gtSSN

F15 SSN

F16gtFormat

Enhanced Dynamic Reconfiguration

This feature (CSCdx89339) improves the dynamic reconfiguration process to avoid overload conditions.

V110 and V120 Modem Support with MGCP

This feature (CSCdy15285) provides enhancements to the PGW 2200 for call control to identify V.110 and V.120 rate adapted ISDN calls and notify the media gateways via MGCP so they can handle them appropriately.


Note V.110 support requires IOS 12.3(2)T on AS5350/5400 and IOS 12.3(4)T on AS5850. V.120 support requires IOS 12.3(4)T on AS5350/5400 and 5850.


HSI Empty Capability Set Invocation

This feature (CSCdz59915) enables the HSI to invoke an empty capability set (ECS) towards an H323 network. ECS is used to modify a media stream that is in the connected state. It is used to redirect media from one endpoint to another.

This feature is required to support call transfers from a DPNSS or Q.SIG PBX when the transferee is on a Cisco Call Manger connected via H.323 to the PGW 2200. The ECS Invocation from PGW 2200 to Cisco Call Manger is used to "move" the RTP stream from the IP phone to a new port on the Trunking Gateway.

Belgium ISUP Ed3-Ed5 Update

This feature (CSCea06460) is an enhancement to the existing Belgium protocol variant functionality based on the Q.763 specification document of 1993 to the Q.763 of 1997, which involves including some existing messages and parameters, adding new parameters and providing the capability for the Parameter Compatibility Information (PCI) and Message Compatibility Information (MCI) parameters inclusion for all parameters introduced in the ITU ISUP Q.763 specification document after 1988.

Remove Total Number of Dial Plans Limitation feature

This feature (CSCdz39481) removes the limitation of the number of dial plans 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.


Note This feature was propagated from a previous release.


PCI and MCI Support for UK ISUP

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


Note This feature was propagated from a previous release.


ISUP PCI and MCI Support

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


Note This feature was propagated from a previous release.


Netra 20+ and ce Ethernet PCI Card Support

This feature (CSCeb42446 and CSCeb42459) provides support for the Netra 20+ platform (1.2G version support) along with the ce Ethernet interface PCI card.


Note This feature was propagated from a previous release.


CDR Enhancements for 1110 CDB

This feature (CSCea23294) 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.



Note This feature was propagated from a previous release.


New/Enhanced Tags

The following new or enhanced tags have been implemented in release 9.4(1):

Table 13 New/Enhanced Tags 

Tag Number
Tag Descriptor/Description
Affected CDB(s)

4098

Originating Leg DSP stats

1030,1040,1110

4099

Terminating Leg DSP stats

1030,1040,1110

4205

Ingress Media Device Address

1010, 1030, 1040, 1110

4206

Egress Media Device Address

1010, 1030, 1040, 1110

4207

Initial Codec

1010, 1030, 1040, 1110

4208

Final Codec

1030, 1040, 1110

4209

Ingress Media Device Port

1010, 1030, 1040, 1110

4210

Egress Media Device Port

1010, 1030, 1040, 1110


For more information on tags and call data blocks, see the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing and Interface Guide.

Protocol Variants

Table 14 provides a snapshot of the protocol variants supported in the Cisco MGC software Release 9.4(1).

Table 14 Supported Protocol Variants for Software Release 9.4(1) 

Protocol Variant Name
Protocol Family
Switch Supported

DPNSS_BTNR188

DPNSS

26

ETS_300_102

ISDNPRI

27

ETS_300_102_C2

ISDNPRI

27

ATT_41459

ISDNPRI

17

ATT_41459_C2

ISDNPRI

17

BELL_1268

ISDNPRI

22

ETS_300_172

ISDNPRI

29

BELL_1268_C2

ISDNPRI

22

ETS_300_121

SS7-ITU

0

Q931_AUSTRALIA

ISDNPRI

19

Q931

ISDNPRI

27

Q931_SINGAPORE

ISDNPRI

27

GR317

SS7-ANSI

0

ANSISS7_92

SS7-ANSI

0

ANSISS7_STANDARD

SS7-ANSI

0

ANSISS7_C2

SS7-ANSI

20

ANSISS7_C3

SS7-ANSI

0

ANSISS7_E1

SS7-ANSI

23

ANSISS7_2K

SS7-ANSI

0

BTNUP_BTNR167

SS7-UK

5

BTNUP_IUP

SS7-UK

5

HONGKONG

SS7-ITU

0

ETS_300_356

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_FRENCH

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_AUSTRIAN

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_AUSTRIAN_C2

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_SWISS

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_SWISS_C2

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_GERMAN

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_FINNISH96

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV1_POLI

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_POLISH

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_DUTCH

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_JAPAN

SS7-Japan

10

ISUPV2_JAPAN_C2

SS7-Japan

0

ISUPV2_CZECH

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV3

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV3_UK

SS7-UK

0

ISUPV3_UK_C2

SS7-UK

15

ISUPV3_UK_C3

SS7-UK

0

ISUPV3_UK_C4

SS7-UK

15

ISUPV2_SPANISH_C2

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_SPANISH

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_32DIG

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_VIETNAM

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_NORWEGIAN

SS7-ITU

0

ISUPV2_ISRAEL

SS7-ITU

40

Q721_FRENCH

SS7-ITU

5

Q721_CHINA

SS7-China

5

Q721_BASE

SS7-ITU

5

Q721_PHILLIPINE

SS7-ITU

5

Q721_BRAZILIAN

SS7-ITU

5

Q761_CHINA

SS7-China

0

Q761_CHINA_C2

SS7-China

0

Q761_DANISH

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_INDIA

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_MALAYSIAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_JAPAN

SS7-Japan

10

Q761_KOREAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_TAIWAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_CHILE

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_SINGAPORE

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_SINGAPORE_C2

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_THAILAND

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_ARGENTINA

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_ARGENTINA_C2

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_BELG

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_BELG_97VER

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_AUSTRL

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_AUSTRL_C2

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_NEWZEALAND

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_BASE

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_PORTUGAL

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_GERMAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q761_PERU

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_BASE

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_SPAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_ITAL

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_RUSS

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_SWED

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_ITAL_C2

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_MEXICAN

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_AUSTRALIA

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_COLOMBIA

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_INDONESIA

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_BRAZIL

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_GUATEMALA

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_TURKISH

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_SINGAPORE

SS7-ITU

0

Q767_NIGERIAN

SS7-ITU

0

EISUP

EISUP

0

BELL_SGCP

MGCP

0

MGCPCAS

CAS

0

dummy

SGCP

0

dummy

MGCP

0

dummy

TCAPOverIP

0

dummy

VSI

0

dummy

AVM

0

IETF_SIP

SIP

0

IETF_DCS

SIP

0


Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

This section contains information about known issues and the corresponding workarounds in the
Cisco MGC software release 9.4(1).


Note For more information about Cisco IOS issues and workarounds, see the Cisco IOS release notes for your platform.


User Part Availability Detection Limitation

According to both ITU Q704 (11.2.7.4) and ANSI GR246 (11.2.7.4), after receiving UPU with cause code "inaccessible remote user" or "unknown", it is the responsibility of the User Part (the PGW) to determine when the remote User Part is available again.

Due to a design limitation, the PGW only uses the "send test messages periodically" method to determine when the remote User Part is available again; for ANSI it is CVT; for ITU it is UPT. All other messages are ignored by the PGW until CVR (ANSI) or UPA (ITU) are received.


Note For more information, see caveat number CSCsa62061.


PGW Should Support the Option of Sending Hardware Block Messages

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.


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 For more information, see caveat 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, see the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.



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, see caveat 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, see 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

T6 Timer Default Change

When migrating/upgrading from release 9.2(2) to releases 9.4(1) and 9.5(2), you must create a profile (sigpathprofile) for each sigpath on which you want to change the T6 value (from the default value (20000)).

The maximum value for T6 is 130000, which is beyond the maximum value defined in the protocol specification.


Note The Q761_SINGAPORE protocol specification states that the maximum value should be 32000, but the software allows up to 130000 in response to a customer requirement.



Note For more information, see caveat number CSCef03452.


Uninstalling Releases for Upgrade and Fallback

When uninstalling release 9.4(1) to upgrade to release 9.5(2), the 9.4(1) uninstall script must be used to uninstall 9.4(1). When falling back from 9.5(2) to 9.4(1), the 9.5(2) uninstall script must be used. For more information, see the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.

Additional information can also be found in caveat number CSCec34395.

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 software release 9.3(2). 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.

QSIG Support in Signaling Inter-Working for Cisco Unity is ECMA Only

Signalling inter-working support for this feature is limited to QSIG implementations based on the ECMA specification only.


Note For more information, see caveat number CSCed01786.


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 caveat number CSCdx78398.


Solaris 8 Run Time Environment

Release 9.4(1) can only be installed on a platform loaded with the Solaris 8 operating system using a clean installation or upgrade procedure.

Failover After Bouncing SC Interfaces; Standby Remains OOS

Shutting down ethernet interfaces during a prov-dply or prov-sync can cause failover after bouncing. To correct this, shut down both the standby and active systems and restart them.


Note For more information, see caveat number CSCdy11261.


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, see caveat number CSCdx32140.


System Automatically Tunes Itself for Optimal Performance

XECfgParm.dat parameters are automatically set during of the MGC application to tune the system for optimal performance. For more information see the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Note For additional information see caveat number CSCea16393.


PGW 2200 extnode Types.dat Does Not Include 3745 Access Gateway As An External Node for DPNSS

The PGW 2200 does not allow 3745 as an external node of type IUA for DPNSS in extNodeTypes.dat. To work around this issue, configure the node as unknown.


Note For more information, see caveat number CSCea70581.


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 see caveat number CSCdw63484.


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.


Caveats

Open and resolved caveats are no longer listed in the release notes. 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

To access the Bug Toolkit application, you must have:

Internet connection and web browser

CCO username and password

To use the Bug Toolkit application, complete the following steps:


Step 1 Using the URL provided above, locate the Bug Toolkit application.

Step 2 Select the Launch Bug Toolkit hyperlink.

Step 3 Search for caveats using one of the following methods:

Enter Known Bug ID

Search for Bugs in Other Cisco Software and Hardware Products

Step 4 To locate information for a specific caveat, enter the ID number in the "Enter known bug

ID:" field.

Step 5 To view a list of caveats for the Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch, use the "Search for bugs in other Cisco software and hardware products" section. Enter pgw in the Product Name field. The application is not case-sensitive, you can enter pgw or PGW.


Note Cisco PGW Softswitch appears after typing the first two letters, p and g.


Step 6 Click Next.

The Cisco PGW Softswitch search page appears.

Step 7 Enter specific information for your query or use the defaults. The following specific information can be entered:

Version—you can enter a specific release number.

Features or Components—Bug Toolkit provides a list of available features and components. Use this option to refine your search. You can specify one or more features by highlighting a feature in the Available column and selecting the Add button.

Keywords—Keywords can be words or phrases. Multiple words or phrases must be separated by commas. You specify whether any or all of the words that you enter are used for the search criteria. The defect's headline and release-note enclosure are searched for the entered keywords.

Set Advanced Options—Your search can be further refined by entering advanced options such as:

bug severity

bug status group

release note enclosure

Step 8 Click Next.

Bug Toolkit returns the list of caveats based on your query.


Note You are not required to enter specific search criteria. If unsure, you can accept the default values. Using the default values might give you a large number of results.



Bug Toolkit allows you to create and manage multiple filter lists that can be used to track and quickly query specific lists of caveats. You can also receive automatic email notifications when caveats on your lists change.

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html

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