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Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.5(2)

Table Of Contents

Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.5(2)

Contents

Introduction

Platform Support

Software Required

Required Swap Space

Host Hardware Requirements

Host Minimum Server Requirements

Media Gateway Hardware Requirements

Local Area Network Switch

Supported Features

Cisco MGC Management

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

A-Number Mods Triggered by CLIP/CLIR

Additional Charging Fields for Redirected Calls

AOC over PRI Tariff Based on Call Duration

How This Featurette Works

Provisioning Restrictions Validated by the PGW

CA 30 ISUP Variant

Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay

Call Cutoff Timer Update

Call Release After Failover

Cause Result Set and Bdigit Range/Bdigtree Deletion Ranges

CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931

Charge Number Based on Destination

CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP

E911 SR Mapping Table

Early ACM Configurable for PRI Sigpath

Enhanced Call Detail Records on PGW 2200 Softswitch

Fax and Data Call Translation

INAP CS1 Enhancements

Increase AoC Per Day Tariff Ranges

ITP Signaling Gateway with Distributed MTP3

ITU 1997 and ETSI V3 ISUP Variants

Metering Pulse Message Support

MGCP 1.0 Support

Multiple Carrier Selection

Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header

Netra 240 and Netra 440 Platform Introduction for MGC Host

New Property Added For Support Multiple Addresses in SIP Header

New Range For T6 Timer

New Zealand ISUP OLM Support

No Alerting for Wrong SCCP Indicators in ACM Backward Call Indicators

QSIG over BRI and Q.931 over BRI Backhaul

Re-INVITE for an Unsupported SIP-H323 Call Flow

Relaxed Provisioning Integrity Rules

Russian INAP

SIP Remote Party ID Support

SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice

SIP-H.323 Interworking

Sun Fire V210/Netra 210 Platform for MGC

Support for BRI Backhaul

Support for Gateway Ring-Back Tone Over MGCP

Support for H.323 Info

Support for M3UA Priority Routes

Support for Notify Messages on H.323 Signaling Interface (HSI)

Support for Partial CLI and CLI Code of Practice Edition 3

Support for SIP Update (RFC3311) Phase 1

Support for TNS in Q767 RUSS

Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing

Support of R-ISUP2000 Variant

TIBCO Support

Validate and Support PRI Backup-D Channel in Call Control Mode

VXSM Support

New/Enhanced Tags

Protocol Variants

Known Issues and Operational Recommendations

VISM Release 3.3.30 Required For T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-Through and Voice

Omitting CgPN on Receipt of From: Unavailable SIP header

Call Cutoff Timer (dialplan) is Reset After One Failover

Upgrade/Downgrade Issue for Patch CSCOgs049

numan-add AMODDIG Resulttype Fails if dw2="99" and dw3="0"

Call Cutoff Timer (Dialplan) is Reset After Failover

AOC Does Not Work for More Than Three Time Changes

Default Value Set to 1 for Missing chargeRateModulator Parameter

BAMS Cannot Handle CDE Tags with Longer Length Than Defined

Dynamic Provisioning of MGCP Version Now Supported

Diagnostic Code In CFN Message is Not Correct for Two Unknown Parameters in IAM

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

MGCP 400 Return Code Should Send Call to GA With Temporary Failure

snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9

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

Installation of 9.5(2) Needs to Have Its Own Directory

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)

Calls Not Going Through After Uninstalling 9.5(1)T and Installing 9.4(1)

Caveats

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Release Notes for the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.5(2)


July 10, 2008

These release notes describe the features and caveats for the Cisco media gateway controller (MGC) software Release 9.5(2).

Contents

Introduction

Platform Support

Supported Features

Related Documentation

Installation Notes

Software Patches

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/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a00807fc039.html

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

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00807db129.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 at the following url:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

Required Swap Space

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

Host Hardware Requirements

Host Minimum Server Requirements

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.

Table 1 Media Gateway Release Notes Locations

Media Gateway Release Notes
Release Notes Location

MGX8000 Voice Gateway (VISM)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wanbu/mgx8850/vism31/v311_rln.htm

AS5350 Universal Gateway

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121relnt/5350/rn5350xq.htm

AS5400 Universal Gateway

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122relnt/5400/rn5400xb.htm

AS5850 Universal Gateway

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121relnt/5850/rn5850xv.htm


Local Area Network Switch

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


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



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


Supported Features

The features listed in Table 2 were inherited from earlier releases of the Cisco MGC Software, and are still supported in Release 9.5(2).

Table 2 Supported Features in Release 9.5(2) 

Feature
Purpose

Long-distance service through both indirect and direct access

Replaces the need for traditional TDM equipment.

Support for domestic and international dialing plans

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for automatic number identification (ANI) authorization

Adds security and prevents fraudulent use of the network.

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

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

Centralized element manager

Provides a method to configure and monitor the network.

ISUP PSTN interconnect with full COT support

Provides verification of the voice path.

Support for ISDN direct-access lines

Allows direct line access to the Cisco MGC.

Support for E-ISUP inter-MGC signaling

Provides scalable and flexible service.

Support for 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.

Management Component
Description

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


Related Documentation

Before Installation

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

The Overview Guide for your solution

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Hardware Installation Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/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/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/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/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/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/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_technical_reference_book09186a008007dcb8.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 MML Command Reference

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_command_reference_book09186a00807fcf17.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Dial Plan Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/products_configuration_guide_book09186a00807da50b.html

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Billing Interface Guide

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

Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9.5(2) MIBs

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/sc/rel9/mgc_mib/r952/index.htm

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 9.5(2) 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).


Software Patches

Patches are located in the following directory:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952

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 3 provides the system level equivalency for each protocol patch. For example, after installing CSCOnn001, release 9.5(2) is equivalent to release 9.4(1) patch level CSCOnn009 (contains all patches and features included in release 9.4(1) up to patch CSCOnn009).


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 3 System Level Equivalencies for Protocol Patches 

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CSCOnn070

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CSCOnn069

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn061

CSCOnn068

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn061

CSCOnn067

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn061

CSCOnn066

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn061

CSCOnn065

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn061

CSCOnn064

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn063

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn062

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn061

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn060

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn059

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn058

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn058

CSCOnn057

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn056

CSCOnn056

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

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Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

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Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

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Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn052

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

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Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn050

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

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Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn048

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn047

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn046

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn045

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn044

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn043

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn042

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn041

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn040

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn039

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn038

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn037

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn036

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn035

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn050

CSCOnn034

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn047

CSCOnn033

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn047

CSCOnn032

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn046

CSCOnn031

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn046

CSCOnn030

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn046

CSCOnn029

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn046

CSCOnn028

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn046

CSCOnn027

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn045

CSCOnn026

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn045

CSCOnn025

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn045

CSCOnn024

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn045

CSCOnn023

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn022

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn021

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn020

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn019

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn018

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn017

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn016

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn015

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn014

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn013

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn037

CSCOnn012

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn034

CSCOnn011

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn033

CSCOnn010

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn031

CSCOnn009

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn031

CSCOnn008

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn031

CSCOnn007

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn031

CSCOnn006

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn031

CSCOnn005

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn028

CSCOnn004

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn026

CSCOnn003

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn024

CSCOnn002

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn023

CSCOnn001

Release 9.4(1) patch level nn020


Table 4 provides the system level equivalency for each system patch. For example, after installing CSCOgs001, 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 4 System Level Equivalencies for System Patches 

Patch Number
System Level Equivalency

CSCOgs078

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs077

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs076

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs075

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs074

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs073

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs072

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs052

CSCOgs071

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs070

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs069

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs068

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs067

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs066

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs065

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs064

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs049

CSCOgs063

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs047

CSCOgs062

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs061

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs060

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs059

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs058

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs057

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs056

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs055

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs054

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs053

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs052

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs051

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs050

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs049

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs048

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs047

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs046

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs045

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs044

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs043

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs044

CSCOgs042

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs040

CSCOgs041

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs040

CSCOgs040

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs040

CSCOgs039

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs038

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs037

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs036

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs035

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs034

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs039

CSCOgs033

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs038

CSCOgs032

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs038

CSCOgs031

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs038

CSCOgs030

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs038

CSCOgs029

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs038

CSCOgs028

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs027

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs026

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs025

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs024

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs023

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs022

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs021

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs020

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs019

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs018

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs017

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs016

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs015

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs014

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs013

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs012

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs011

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs031

CSCOgs010

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs028

CSCOgs009

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs027

CSCOgs008

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs026

CSCOgs007

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs026

CSCOgs006

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs026

CSCOgs005

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs024

CSCOgs004

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs023

CSCOgs003

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs021

CSCOgs002

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs020

CSCOgs001

Release 9.4(1) patch level gs017


Patch Test Combinations

Table 5 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 5 Patch Test Combinations 

Protocol Patch
System Patch

CSCOnn070

CSCOgs078

CSCOnn069

CSCOgs077

CSCOnn068

CSCOgs076

CSCOnn068

CSCOgs075

CSCOnn067

CSCOgs074

CSCOnn066

CSCOgs073

CSCOnn065

CSCOgs072

CSCOnn064

CSCOgs071

CSCOnn063

CSCOgs070

CSCOnn062

CSCOgs069

CSCOnn061

CSCOgs068

CSCOnn060

CSCOgs067

CSCOnn059

CSCOgs066

CSCOnn058

CSCOgs065

CSCOnn058

CSCOgs064

CSCOnn057

CSCOgs063

CSCOnn056

CSCOgs062

CSCOnn055

CSCOgs062

CSCOnn054

CSCOgs061

CSCOnn053

CSCOgs060

CSCOnn052

CSCOgs059

CSCOnn051

CSCOgs058

CSCOnn050

CSCOgs057

CSCOnn049

CSCOgs056

CSCOnn048

CSCOgs055

CSCOnn047

CSCOgs054

CSCOnn046

CSCOgs053

CSCOnn045

CSCOgs052

CSCOnn044

CSCOgs051

CSCOnn043

CSCOgs050

CSCOnn042

CSCOgs049

CSCOnn041

CSCOgs049

CSCOnn040

CSCOgs048

CSCOnn039

CSCOgs047

CSCOnn038

CSCOgs046

CSCOnn037

CSCOgs045

CSCOnn036

CSCOgs044

CSCOnn035

CSCOgs043

CSCOnn034

CSCOgs042

CSCOnn034

CSCOgs041

CSCOnn033

CSCOgs040

CSCOnn032

CSCOgs039

CSCOnn031

CSCOgs038

CSCOnn030

CSCOgs037

CSCOnn029

CSCOgs036

CSCOnn029

CSCOgs035

CSCOnn028

CSCOgs034

CSCOnn027

CSCOgs033

CSCOnn026

CSCOgs032

CSCOnn025

CSCOgs031

CSCOnn025

CSCOgs030

CSCOnn024

CSCOgs029

CSCOnn023

CSCOgs028

CSCOnn023

CSCOgs027

CSCOnn022

CSCOgs026

CSCOnn021

CSCOgs025

CSCOnn020

CSCOgs024

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs023

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs022

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs021

CSCOnn019

CSCOgs020

CSCOnn018

CSCOgs020

CSCOnn018

CSCOgs019

CSCOnn017

CSCOgs018

CSCOnn016

CSCOgs017

CSCOnn015

CSCOgs016

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs016

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs015

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs014

CSCOnn014

CSCOgs013

CSCOnn013

CSCOgs012

CSCOnn013

CSCOgs011

CSCOnn012

CSCOgs010

CSCOnn011

CSCOgs009

CSCOnn010

CSCOgs008

CSCOnn009

CSCOgs008

CSCOnn008

CSCOgs007

CSCOnn007

CSCOgs006

CSCOnn006

CSCOgs006

CSCOnn005

CSCOgs005

CSCOnn004

CSCOgs004

CSCOnn003

CSCOgs003

CSCOnn002

CSCOgs002

CSCOnn001

CSCOgs001


CSCOnn070


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn070 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsq98317

3

mdl-pri

PGW sends out empty Facility.

CSCso11081

6

mdl-q761

Echo Control in IAM.

CSCso12526

6

mdl-mgcp

PGW to modify MGCP connection in ANSWER status when CPG is Rcvd.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn069


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn069 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsk65108

3

mdl-connctrl

952S75P68: No ringback tone when DPNSS calls SIP then transfer.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn068


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn068 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsj83978

3

mdl-pri

CSCsd71077 causes problems on ringback tone for PRI to EISUP calls.

CSCsj62455

6

mdl-sip

Checkpointing - proxy mode - tags and To: port.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn067


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn067 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsj61977

2

mdl-connctrl

MDCX sent to GW before getting the ACK to a RQNT.

CSCsj60424

2

mdl-sip

PGW: 9.5(2) Contact header missing in NOTIFY,v-sol.

CSCsi99124

3

engine

USI field is always sent out from PGW in Q767 to Q761.

CSCsj29254

3

mdl-sip

When call is CANCELLED from BTS, PGW sends 405 Method Not Allowed.

CSCsj35743

3

mdl-sip

PGW setting incorrect content-length in NOTIFY message.

CSCsj73662

3

mdl-sip

9.5(2)S74P67:Contact header missing in NOTIFY during call transfer.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn066


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn066 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsi40365

3

engine

PGW 9.5(2): DIGITREQ result type, AMODDIG and BMODIG are lost, v-sol.

CSCsi59627

3

ioccisdnl3

Undo ISDN call state changes introduced by CSCsc52959, v-sol.

CSCsi90643

3

mdl-mgcp

MGCP call legs hanging on PGW, v-sol.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn065


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn065 resolves the following caveats:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh68918

3

mdl-in

INAP call stuck when overlap on.

CSCsh89325

3

engine

GW is not re-using session-expires header in retransmission of OK's,v-sol.

CSCsh94790

3

mdl-analysis

AMODDIG not stored for re-entry into generic analysis (overlap dialing),v-sol.

CSCsh97512

3

mdl-mgcp

Echo canceller turned off by PGW once call is connected.

CSCsi15517

3

mdl-sip

PGW SIP REFER fails when CALL-ID is missing @host portion of the id.,v-sol.

CSCsi18687

3

mdl-analysis

DefaultDN does not work for ISDN call with empty Calling Party Number IE,v-sol.

CSCsi28593

3

ioccc7

PGW might core dump under glare conditions.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn064


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn064 resolves the following caveat:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh67466

3

ioccc7

Call fails when 200 ok coming soon after 180 from sip side.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn063


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn063 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg43855

3

mdl-cdr

National CPC values written into CDR as default value 10.

CSCsg87202

3

mdl-in

PGW: call processing for INAP triggered calls stop after some time.

CSCsg89267

3

mdl-sip

Port support for InhibitSipFromMapping=2 to MGC 9.5(2).

CSCsg94582

6

mdl-lcm

PGW: More Russian ISUP CPC mapping for analysis.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn062


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn062 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg50104

3

mdl-q767

Q767 does not use CLIDefaultAllowed to set presentation indicator,v-sol.

CSCsg68911

3

mdl-lcm

LCM get LChanFailed signal when connection deleted cause call hangs.

CSCsg77007

3

ioccpriip

PGW fails to release PRI B chan.

CSCsg85583

3

ioccc7

PGW does not handle call glare properly if the GW replies provisional resp.

CSCsg65031

6

protocol

Add a parameter to control the redirection in the ACM from sip 302.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn061


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps1913/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008011782c.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn061 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg49767

3

mdl-analysis

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

CSCsg25666

3

occxgcp

CPM signals LChanFailed in LEG_STATE_WaitThroughConnect state.

CSCsg51636

3

mdl-eisup

PGW does not relay COT from ISUP to EISUP.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn060


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn060 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse69708

3

measm

PGW:rtrv-cnt output not showing expected results.

CSCsf30384

3

mdl-lcm

SIP 302 causes DeSel_Out_Crct CDR.

CSCsf97968

3

mdl-analysis

Previous CG_PN_COPY result is lost upon re-entry in GA.


Additional information:

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

CSCOnn059


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn059 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsf14322

2

gtd

PGW - SIPGTD - Incorrect 100rel.

CSCse26527

6

mdl-sip

SIP Diversion header treatment in the multi-contact environment.

CSCse37754

6

mdl-analysis

PGW disconnects call after receiving SIP 302
if hop count =5 on IAM.

CSCse86728

2

mdl-callctrl

No Ringback tone on redirected call for a ported number


Additional information:

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

CSCse26527—after the patch is applied, when you use config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, you must manually copy the file propSet.xml.dat from the directory /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to the directories /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link. Then start the PGW.

CSCOnn058


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn058 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse40406

3

mdl-pri

Progress message not forwarded on EISUP side if received during Overlap,spvoice-bru-ddts.

CSCse59585

3

mdl-analysis

Overflow to final overflow route list in a 2-route list PERCRTE fails,v-sol.

CSCse80066

3

ioccc7

PGW in signalling mode sends maintenance CGB and Hardware CGU.

CSCse81045

3

engine

CIC's become blocked unexpectedly.

CSCse82218

3

engine

New invite's request line not correct when NOA was changed.

CSCse83894

2

mdl-sip

ACK with SDP rxd after INVITE w/out SDP causes BYE and ACK parse errors,TP106003.

CSCse86728

2

mdl-callctrl

No Ringback tone on redirected call for a ported number.

CSCsf01118

3

mdl-lcm

PGW does not send MDCX (with tSDP) to MGW if siptrnkgrp cutthrough = 2,v-sol.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd73705

3

engine

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

CSCsd76629

3

mdl-ni2

Bad mapping from ISUP ATP to Q931 Low layer compat IE,v-sol.

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,v-sol.


CSCOnn057


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn057 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse13603

3

ioccpriip

CICs stuck in the MATE UNAVAILABLE state clear only after reload of PGW.

CSCse44713

3

mdl-in

TCAP Into_analyzed USERID parameter needs to be mandatory in trigger.dat.

CSCsd78091

3

mdl-lcm

No Ringback tone support-- QSIG/DPNSS call QSIG/DPNSS over EISUP.

CSCse41549

3

mdl-lcm

PGW: cutthrough at 183 w/ sdp for SS7 to sip calls.

CSCse02330

3

mdl-q761

SUSPEND should be supported in calling state for RUSSIAN ISUP(Q761).

CSCse20839

3

mdl-q761

need a new sigpath property to control "chargeareainformation".


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc09401

3

engine

USI sent out not in certain call scenarios.

CSCsc53624

3

engine

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

CSCsd59403

3

gtd

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

CSCsb68079

3

mdl

Redirecting number between ISUP-ISDN is incorrect.

CSCsc11542

3

mdl-analysis

RedirMax release before set value.

CSCsd40532

3

mdl-analysis

PGW : Delay at call setup when number is ported.

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

CSCsd06040

3

mdl-btnup

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

CSCsb49472

3

mdl-cdr

Invalid CDR records when OOS a trunk.

CSCsb98867

3

mdl-cdr

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

CSCsc18090

3

mdl-cdr

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

CSCsd28727

3

mdl-ni2

Redirecting number between ISUP-ISDN is incorrect.

CSCsb27752

3

mdl-q761

Wrong BlockType in CGB was sent when GRS in involved.

CSCsb27752

3

mdl-q761

Wrong BlockType in CGB was sent when GRS in involved.

CSCsb67247

3

mdl-q767

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

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.

CSCsb24768

3

mdl-sip

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

CSCsc50364

6

mdl-q767

Need to send Alerting when ACM received no matter what the indication in BCI.


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.

CSCOnn056


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/pgw/9/installation/software/SW2/pre97inst.html

After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn056 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse41479

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW should send DLCX before MDCX for the new call if glare occurs.

CSCse45377

3

mdl-q761

PGW: Call not released on Clear Calling Line and T6 expiry.

CSCse41339

3

mdl-sip

PGW doesnt send qos_start messages to Mediation Device for SIP-SIP call.

CSCse42989

3

mdl-sip

SIP RPID: SIP Headers Should be Made Case Insensitive.

CSCsd88791

6

mdl-sip

BTS does not pass 488 response transparently.


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.

CSCOnn055


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn055 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse32269

3

mdl-analysis

PGW should pre-populate dw3 for RMODDIG.

CSCse05467

3

mdl-pri

PGW Audio path isn't established at receiving PROGRESS message w/overlap.

CSCsd95159

3

mdl-q761

Provisioned CGBA2 parameter does not work.

CSCse13109

3

mdl-sip

PGW: 9.5(2) REFER missing via header field from NOTIFY.

CSCse33871

6

other

Mexican ISUP Calling Party Category Handling to Telmex Internal Value.


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.

CSCse33871—Mexican ISUP Calling Party Category Handling to Telmex Internal Value— this feature enables support of the value of 8 for CPC Mexican.


Note The value of 8 is not standard on Q.767 and NOM112 (Mexican ISUP) and does not apply to all Mexican ISUP interconnections.


CSCOnn054


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn054 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse26959

2

mdl-sip

Call transfer fails when Record-Route missing.

CSCsd99724

3

mdl-lcm

No RELEASE sent on terminating call leg for call with final announcement.

CSCse00913

3

mdl-lcm

ISDN call stuck on PGW when both sides recv DISC (with final announcement).

CSCse15472

3

mdl-sip

PGW should correctly support UPDATE in proxy mode for call fw scenarios.

CSCse27801

3

engine

PGW can't response re-invite and bye after blinder transfer.

CSCsd92560

3

mdl-analysis

Overflow to the final overflow route list in a PERCRTE fails.


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.

CSCOnn053


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn053 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse05509

2

mdl-ansi-ss7

After LNP query, 11 digit dialed number in GAP causes all LNP calls fail.

CSCsd68675

3

engine

PGW 9.5.2 S54 / P47 switched over to standby without any apparent cause.

CSCsd70781

3

mdl-lcm

RMODDIG on RdPN also affects OCN (remove the fix ).

CSCsd95154

3

mdl-q761

Provisioned ChargeAreaInformation is not used in the call ISUPV2_JAPAN.

CSCse01062

3

mdl-sip

SIP INVITE diversion header not correct.


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.

CSCOnn052


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn052 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd68715

3

engine

PGW should support carrierID mapping from SIP trnkgp to SS7 trnkgrp.

CSCsd93589

3

engine

Oneway voice after blind transfer.

CSCsd87366

3

mdl-analysis

CG_PN_COPY stores NoA in variable instead of CC.

CSCsd65277

3

mdl-lcm

User portion length in R-URI limited to TMaxDigits.

CSCsd87311

3

mdl-pri

PRI Backhaul Calls with a one octet Channel ID rejected by PGW 9.5(2).

CSCsd98399

3

mdl-sip

after receiving reinvite, double tags inserted into TO header in 200OK.

CSCsd79643

3

protocol

PGW: T38 not requested for hairpin calls on VISM.

CSCsd80497

6

engine

need a new sigpath property for the digital analyze when get 302 msg.


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.

A new property, SipRedirAnalysisMethod, has been added for the Support Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Header feature. This feature defines how the PGW handles the SIP redirection target.

Valid values are:

0— (default) Conditional analysis, only analyze the target whose domain matches the PGW's domain.

1—Always analyze.

2—Never analyze; this was the implementation method prior to this feature being implemented.

CSCOnn051


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn051 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd70781

3

mdl-lcm

RMODDIG on RdPN also affects OCN.

CSCsd94038

3

mdl-lcm

PGW does not correctly populate/checkpoint Req URI:

CSCea11645

3

mdl-sip

ATA to PSTN-pg1 sw-over to pg2-PSTN onhook-bye direct from pg2 to AT.

CSCsc28418

6

mdl-q767

Support of R-ISUP2000 Variant change request.

CSCsd03635

6

other

Support for Gateway Ring-back Tone Over MGCP Featurette.


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.

Support of R-ISUP2000 Variant— implements the ISUP-R-2000 variants to support Russian and other Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (former Soviet Union) users.

Support for Gateway Ring-Back Tone Over MGCP—adds gateway ring-back tone over MGCP protocol support for MGCP controlled media gateway calls destined for PBXs that do not generate ring-back tones.

This feature is not designed to handle MGCP to MGCP calls where the originating leg and terminating leg are on different PGW pairs (does not support calls transported over EISUP). The reference to EISUP is for EISUP—H323 only.

For more information, see Support for Gateway Ring-Back Tone Over MGCP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn050


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn050 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd44933

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

After receiving the LNP query response PGW still does Ltrigger analysis.

CSCsd60636

3

mdl-sip

Blind transfer reinvite with no SDP PGW send back 200OK with no SDP.

CSCsd71058

3

mdl-pri

accept 0 or 1 spare bit in location field and avoid internal err 18.

CSCsd71077

3

mdl-pri

PGW does not pass ISDN progress indicator 1.

CSCea11645

6

mdl-sip

ATA to PSTN-pg1 sw-over to pg2-PSTN onhook-bye direct from pg2 to AT.


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.

CSCOnn049


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn049 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd07765

3

mdl-q761

CNF with cause 99 has incorrect diagnostic field.

CSCsd07928

3

mdl-q761

CNF message with unrecognized parameter not transited after discard.

CSCsd37268

2

sim_ss7

Q721 *CLIPess=2 IAI no CLI after receive GRQ GSM without CLI call drop.

CSCsd29366

3

mdl-callctrl

call got dropped after PRI->EISUP->SIP send fax from SIP side.

CSCsd41888

3

mdl-ni2

PGW 9.5.2 signaling : Redirect cause is dropped when GTD enabled.

CSCsd52020

3

mdl-pri

shouldn't send Info on terminating side after receiving call-proceeding.

CSCsd53869

3

mdl-sip

PGW SIP 181 triggering wrong MDCX with 'M: sendrecv'.


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.

CSCOnn048


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn048 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd34987

2

mdl-sip

SIP to ISUP: P-asserted ID privacy tag not mapped correctly.

CSCsd44516

3

mdl-pri

doesn't send all digits out on terminating side when toverlap is on.

CSCsd49319

3

mdl-sip

SIP/Consulted Call Transfer PGW should send CANCEL to the correct leg.

CSCsd49319

3

mdl-sip

SIP/Consulted Call Transfer, PGW should send CANCEL to the correct leg.

CSCsd40629

6

engine

Allow PGW to derive Span when Explicit id not provided in ISDN message.


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.

CSCsd40629—To revert to a saved configuration after the patch is applied, you must manually copy the propSet.xml.dat files from the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory to the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link directories, and then start the PGW.

CSCOnn047


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn047 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb55654

3

mdl-cdr

No value for CDR-Tag 4016 (Terminating Member) after CDB-1110 sw-over.

CSCsd17091

3

mdl-sip

ISUP FACILITY maps to SIP INFO and call drops upon SIP 501 reply.

CSCsd24053

3

mdl-sip

No ANM sent because SIP response is received too soon.

CSCsd32939

3

mdl-callctrl

After INAP Query the analysis loses previous BMODDIG result type.


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.

CSCOnn046


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn046 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc51209

3

mdl-in

PGW: INAP: Problem interaction analysis result for overlap send.

CSCsd20298

3

mdl-sip

when second URI in the BYE route header is not enclosed in angle bracket.

CSCeg39985

6

mdl

SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice.

CSCsd03592

6

other

CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP Featurette.


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.

CSCeg39985—SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice—The SIP To MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice feature provides support on the Cisco MGC 2200 of T.38 FAX calls in the event a T.38 fax setup on a SIP call fails due to lack of T.38 fax support on a SIP endpoint, such as the Cisco SIP Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA). Further, after the fax call is completed, the MGC is able to fallback to a voice call, if the original call event was voice.

This feature provides the following:

When the MGC receives a T.38 Fax indication fax from an MGCP gateway, it initiates Re-Invite with SDP indicating T.38 attributes to the SIP endpoint, which returns a 488 message because the endpoint does not support T.38. The MGC modifies the connection at the MGCP gateway to up speed to G.711 (for example, "L: e:off,s:off;a:G.711a") if the audio channel is not set for G.711.

The upspeed capability applies to both SIP-initiated fax or SS7/ISDN-side initiated fax calls.

After the fax call is completed, the call configuration falls back to voice with the original audio codec, if the original call event was a voice call.


Note Fallback to passthrough after failed T.38 Faxes dependent on IOS release 12.4.(5a); Fallback to voice after successful T.38 Fax is dependent on IOS release 12.4(7a).



Note For more information, see SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


CSCsd03592—CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP—this featurette modifies the Calling Line Identifier (CLI) handling in Mexican ISUP to allow for call completion when the CLI is requested using Information Request (INR) and Information Message (INF), but is not provided by the originating switch.

Currently the PGW can be provisioned with "CLI Essential" sigpath property *.CLIPEss (values 0 or 1). Setting the value to 1 causes the PGW to request the CLI (INR) if the CLI is not already present, and expect a response (INR). Previously, if the PGW did not receive a CLI in response, it dropped the call. Now, if the PGW does not receive a response it continues the call.

The values of *.CLIPEss have been modified:

0—Do not request CLI.

1—Request CLI if not already provided. Drop the call if CLI is not provided.

2—Request CLI if not already provided. Continue the call even if CLI is not provided.


Note After the patch has been applied and you want to use config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, you must manually copy the 'propSet.xml.dat' files from the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory to the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link directory and then start the PGW.



Note This change will be made generic for all variants that support the *.CLIPEss parameter ( not just for Q767_MEXICAN).



Note For more information, see CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


CSCOnn045


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn045 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd10185

3

mdl-q761

PGW (with Patch 42/49) discards TMR upon receiving invalid USI in IAM.

CSCsc62129

3

mdl-callctrl

Incorrect SDP sent in CRCX for hairpin call with COT on both call legs.


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.

CSCOnn044


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn044 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc90720

3

engine

PGW opens audio path when it receives a DISCONNECT with PI=8.

CSCsc91916

3

mdl-sip

InforXfrCapability in IAM USI is not passed to SIP GTD parm correctly.

CSCsd00196

3

mdl-sip

SIP/Consulted Call Transfer PGW should send BYE to initial call leg.

CSCsc83636

6

mdl-sip

PGW: Omitting CgPN on receipt of From: Unavailable SIP header.


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.

CSCsc83636—Omitting CgPN on receipt of From: Unavailable SIP header:

The datasync parameter should be set to False before patch installation (this disables the copying of files). It should be set back to true after installation.

When using config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, manually copy 'propSet.xml.dat' and 'propVal.xsd.dat' files from /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link and then restart the PGW.

CSCOnn043


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn043 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc77297

3

mdl-q761

Q761 OCC side receiving Segmentation CPG function wrong and missing.

CSCsc93037

3

mdl-sip

PGW should use GTD instead SIP Native if getting cause from REQUEST.


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.

CSCOnn042


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn042 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc82919

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW should always send G/rt toward the MGW side.

CSCsc81117

6

mdl-sip

Support for SIP UPDATE (RFC3311) Phase 1.


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.

For more information about CSCsc81117, see Support for SIP Update (RFC3311) Phase 1 in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn041


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn041 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc68104

3

mdl-sip

PGW should use GTD values instead of SIP Native for Rel/Location Cause.

CSCsc52618

3

mdl-sip

sip to ss7 and ss7 redirect to sip will block.

CSCsc66577

3

mdl-sip

PGW 9.5(2) : 487 is not forwarded for bridge transfer.

CSCsc66604

3

mdl-sip

PGW 9.5(2) : call is not release after blind transfer.

CSCsc74766

3

mdl-analysis

B#analysis in new dp fails if overdec is different in old and new dp.

CSCsc81713

3

mdl-sip

PGW do not respond ACK to 503 message.

CSCsb30733

6

mdl-callctrl

Fax & Data Call Translation Featurette.

CSCsc73299

6

mdl-ansi-ss7

No alerting for wrong SCCP Indicators in ACM Backward Call Indicators.


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.

CSCsb30733—Fax & Data Call Translation—this featurette translates ISUP calls to data/fax calls by changing the Calling Party Category, Bearer Capability, and High Layer Compatibility IEs in outgoing IAMs based on the dialed Called Party Number. This featurette only supports scenarios in which the TCC is ISUP; only ITU ISUP variants are supported.

For more information, see Fax and Data Call Translation in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

If HLCMOD or BCMOD related dialplan provisioning changes are made after the CSCOgs049/CSCOnn041 patch upgrade and then you need to downgrade to previous patch level, you must use the config-lib utility to revert back to your latest configuration prior to adding the patch.

CSCOnn040


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn040 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc63850

2

mdl-sip

PGW goes to MCL=3 situation when SIP packet is received.

CSCsc45565

3

mdl-in

PGW 9.5(2)INAP missing RDN and OCA parameters in outgoing IAM.

CSCsc51201

3

mdl-analysis

PGW: Calling number digit modification lost after return from INAP Query.

CSCsc58856

3

mdl-eisup

Msg_Cot gets dropped on SS7->EISUP call scenario.

CSCsc64221

6

mdl-ansi-ss7

No alerting for wrong SCCP Method Indicator in ACM BackwardCallIndicator change request.

CSCsc68358

6

mdl-lcm

PGW: Additional Russian ISUP CPC mapping for Analysis change request.

CSCsa62907

6

other

Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing Featurette.


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.

CSCsc64221—No alerting for wrong SCCP Method Indicator in ACM BackwardCallIndicator change request—Support of '10' indicator in ACM for ANSI was added. Previously, only '00' was supported.

CSCsc68358—Additional Russian ISUP CPC mapping for Analysis change request—In addition to CPC values fixed in caveat number CSCsb13048 (values 224, 225, 228, 229, 245, 246, and 247), the values 226, 227, and 244 defined in Russian ISUP should be mapped to unique internal values for number analysis. Previously, these values were mapped to a default value of CPC_ORD_SUBSC=9.

These values are defined in the Russian ISUP specification and have corresponding internal values in LCM.

CSCsa62907—Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing—This featurette implements DNS SRV and SIP load-sharing in compliance with the RFC2782 specification. The feature enables customers to do load-sharing when interconnecting multiple SIP servers.

For more information, see Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsc81713—PGW do not respond ACK to 503 message—an issue was introduced in this patch set where the PGW 2200 does not acknowledge the 503 Service Unavailable response. This issue should not impact operation because the SIP side retries several times before releasing the call. It should be resolved in the next patch set.

CSCOnn039


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn039 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc52959

3

ioccisdnl3

PGW ISDN Network Call States are inversed for incoming/outgoing.

CSCsc27775

3

mdl-analysis

E911 release message with retry_action map to trkgrpadv is not occurring.

CSCeg67066

6

mdl-sip

Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header Featurette.


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.

CSCeg67066—Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header—The Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header Support feature supports multiple IP addresses in the SIP Contact header for redundant interworking with a SIP application server.

For more information, see Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn038


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn038 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc28278

3

mdl-analysis

E911 release cause value are not map correctly if set is not define.

CSCsc35318

3

ioccisdn13

PGW releases call due to mismatched call state for ETS_300_102.

CSCsa76563

6

mdl-in

IN636108: PGW releases incoming call when Continue message received.

CSCsb21289

6

mdl-sip

PRACK not supported in Proxy mode.

CSCsc37449

3

mdl-sip

PGW : 9.5.2 gs039/p032 not ack the 487 SIP response message.


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.

CSCOnn037


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn037 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc16997

3

mdl-sip

PGW : Incoming SIP 480 the MGC send wrong inap report to the IN.

CSCsc20286

3

mdl-q767

PGW should not drop first RELEASE from other side in case of collision.

CSCsc21490

3

mdl-in

PGW : TCAP timer never get reset.

CSCsc16963

3

mdl-analysis

PGW: INAP call across the advanced screening feature failed.

CSCsc27707

3

mdl-mgcp

(e:on) and Codec Preference (a:) included in MGCP hairpin message.

CSCsc29695

3

mdl-cdr

Tag 3017/2017 store incorrect Ingress RDN NOA for SIP originated calls.


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.

CSCOnn036


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn036 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc03695

3

ioccsip

PGW does not preserve original CdPN/cgPN NOA with SIP/GTD change request.

CSCsc07861

3

mdl-callctrl

G/rt should not be inserted on local looped calls.


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.

CSCOnn035


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn035 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb97281

3

mdl-pri

Incorrect cause value Nr. 31 inside STATUS message.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb00298

3

ioccsip

100 Trying should not have To TAG.

CSCsb01592

3

mdl-q761

No mapping Call progress 183 SIP to Q761.

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.

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).

CSCsb64679

3

ioccc7

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


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.

CSCOnn034


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn034 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb09408

6

mdl-lcm

E911 SR Mapping Table Featurette.


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.

CSCsb09408—E911 SR Mapping Table—this feature provides support on the Cisco MGC to connect emergency calls that originate in a SIP network to the appropriate selective router (SR) connected to the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). This feature introduces a mapping table to support the various IAM formats or Centralized Automatic Message Accounting (CAMA) signaling required by the SRs in North America, including the sending of the Emergency Services Query Key (ESQK), which is used by the PSAP to find the calling party location and call-back numbers.

CSCOnn033


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn033 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb75381

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW does not send SDP in the MDCX when receives re-invite.

CSCsb67600

3

mdl-sip

Proxy SIP Refer call.

CSCsb68508

3

mdl-lcm

PGW : MGCP 1.0 DTMF package:D/[0-9#*A-D] instead of R: D/[0-9*#].

CSCsb75381

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW does not send SDP in the MDCX when receives re-invite,


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef91233

3

mdl-q761

Ghost call generated.

CSCsa90421

3

mdl-q761

Wrong Q761SG release cause (102) upon T6 expiry.

CSCsa96633

3

mdl-q761

BCI for HK is not working properly.

CSCsa97294

3

mdl-q761

Duplicate block of code in q761.mdl.

CSCsb01597

3

mdl-sip

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

CSCee65340

6

protocol

GTD and FCI/BCI support for BTNUP ISUP featurette.

CSCsa62910

6

other

Support for GTD and Derived FCI/BCI Interworking on Japan ISUP featurette.


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.

CSCOnn032


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn032 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb50667

2

mdl-in

IN633313 - No RLC if overlap dialled call released during ringing phase.

CSCsb63071

3

mdl-sip

PGW should remove the limitation for empty quote in From field.

CSCsb54111

3

mdl-sip

PGW A superfluous space in the SIP stack of the PGW causes interop pro.

CSCsb58209

3

mdl-lcm

RTRN_START_ANAL B-nr modification discarded upon returning to analysis.

CSCsa60241

6

mdl-sip

SIP Remote Party ID support Featurette.

CSCsb56186

6

mdl-pri

Enhancement : early ACM configurable for PRI Sigpathv change request.


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.

CSCsa60241—SIP Remote Party ID Support—this featurette provides support on the Cisco MGC of the ISUP-to-SIP mapping of CLI to SIP Remote Party ID or P-Asserted ID header. It also updates the generic handling of the SIP-to-ISUP and ISUP-to-SIP mapping of calling line identity, generic number, and redirecting number.

This featurette:

Supports the ISUP-to-SIP mapping of CLI to SIP Remote Party ID or P-Asserted

Updates the generic handling of the SIP-to-ISUP and ISUP-to-SIP mapping of calling line identity, generic number, and redirecting number.

Although ISUP-to-SIP is the primary focus, mapping also works for calls from Q.931, QSIG, DPNSS, and H.323 to SIP. The MGC 2200 supports mapping the CLI into the SIP FROM Header, and optionally into the SIP Remote Party ID Header or the P-Asserted-ID on an outgoing SIP trunk group basis.

Provides CLI Information for the Call Diversion or Redirection Information

With the addition of support for the SIGTRAN protocols IUA and SCTP, the Cisco PGW 2200 can now use standard protocols for communication with the media gateways.

For more information, see SIP Remote Party ID Support in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsb56186—Early ACM Configurable for PRI Sigpath —this change request enables the *.FastConnect property for PRI (currently only used in NI2+).

For more information, see Early ACM Configurable for PRI Sigpath in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn031


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn031 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee60210

2

mdl-connctrl

Hairpin mgcp call with COT successful fails.

CSCsb54506

2

mdl-cdr

CDR-3017 (Redirect-NOA) = null when CDB-1110 release after switch-over.

CSCsb42300

3

mdl-ni2

Call is not getting released when Restart is never acked.

CSCsa89080

3

mdl-lcm

COT call failed w/OOverlap=1 & TOverlap=0.

CSCsb12818

6

mdl-cdr

Additional charging fields for redirected calls Featurette.


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.

CSCsb12818—Additional Charging Fields for Redirected Calls—this featurette adds support for additional charging fields so that redirected calls can be properly billed. The PGW 2200 stores both the NOA and digits for both the ingress Redirecting Number (RDN) and Original Called Number (OCN) and additional tags for the egress Redirecting Number (RDN) and Original Called Number (OCN) for both the ANSI and ITU PGW 2200 CDRs.

For more information, see Additional Charging Fields for Redirected Calls in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn030


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn030 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg72945

2

engine

PGW does not allow configuration of SCP address by Global Title.

CSCsb37000

3

engine

PGW : T.38 fails due to reinvite timer is expiring.

CSCsb37775

3

mdl-sip

PGW resets Session-Expires timer to default on UPDATE received.


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.

CSCOnn029


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn029 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb23924

2

mdl-cdr

PRI AOC day of week swover not working for less then 11 tariffids.

CSCsb15894

2

mdl-pri

PRI call is not released after sw-over.

CSCsb24865

3

mdl-q767

TNS:TNS based routing is failing with OD32DigitSupport is turned ON.

CSCsb27756

3

mdl-q761

Wrong BlockType in CGB was sent when GRS in involved.

CSCsb30284

3

mdl-sip

SDP offer is missing in 200 OK when receiving re-INVITE without SDP.

CSCsb33780

3

mdl-cdr

For german AOC incorrect tariff times are sent in APM msg.

CSCsb08374

6

mdl-q767

Need support for TNS in Q767 RUSS.

CSCsb23897

6

ioccsip

Update SIP To and From Header conform to RFC 3261 tag-param definition change request.

CSCsb07919

6

mdl-lcm

AOC over PRI tariff based on call duration Featurette.


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.

CSCsb07919—AOC Over PRI Tariff Based On Call Duration—this feature enhances the AOC over PRI support (Advice of Charge (AOC) Supplementary Service over PRI/DSS1) feature. It enables the triggering of tariff changes based on the duration of a call. It allows the PGW to support tariff structures like "flat initial rate" or other rate changes that are associated with the length of the call. Additionally, the timers have been extended to support millisecond granularity. The initial charge units are sent at call connection. To allow AOC over PRI tariff changes based on call duration, the PRITARIFF MML component has been enhanced to include 4 new fields. For more information, see AOC over PRI Tariff Based on Call Duration in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn028


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn028 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb21311

2

mdl-cdr

After failover Pri AOC-D charged units get reset to zero.

CSCsb17213

3

mdl-analysis

Hung CIC after a glare condition.

CSCsb21677

3

mdl-in

RIN:The default value for missing chargeRateModulator should be 100.

CSCsa97412

3

mdl-btnup

BTNUP: Handling of 16 digit CLI must be changed.

CSCsb13048

6

mdl-lcm

PGW: Specific Russian ISUP CPC mapping for Analysis change request.


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.

CSCOnn027


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn027 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb04085

3

mdl-btnup

SS7 Link OOS fro more than 3 minutes leaves CIC's in hung state.

CSCsb07570

3

mdl-sip

PGW can not handle SIP 302 message with reason CFNA.

CSCsb12484

3

mdl-sip

PGW sends 7 CANCELs when receive REL from SS7.

CSCeg33908

6

mdl-in

Russian INAP Support featurette.

CSCsa75634

6

mdl-analysis

Increase AoC per day tariff ranges Featurette.

CSCsb11058

3

mdl-q761

SIP CLI unavailable when interworking to ISUPV3_UK.

CSCsb17555

3

mdl-eisup

PGW is not parsing Called IN number parameter properly on EISUP IAM.


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.

CSCeg33908—Russian INAP Support featurette—This featurette allows service providers in the Russian Federation to use the PGW 2200 as an SSP (with limited functionality). It uses the existing functionality added by the Finnish INAP (FINAP) featurette.

For more information, see Russian INAP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsa75634—Increase AoC per day tariff ranges featurette—This featurette increases the number of times a tariff can be changed from five to ten times a day.

For BAMS release 3.20, the system crashes when a CDE tag with a length greater than is defined is received. SKIPCDE has been provided that enables BAMS to skip the received CDE and continue processing. This SKIPCDE is only required if you provision more than six charge periods within 24 hours. Skipped CDEs will not be present in the BAMS output. For more information, see CSCsa92926.

For more information this feature, see Increase AoC Per Day Tariff Ranges in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn026


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn026 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa92396

2

mdl-mgcp

Corruption of DLCX message after overload conditions on the VXSM.

CSCsa98229

3

design

Seeking enhancement to control mapping of S7 calling/charge# to PRI.

CSCsb02876

3

ioccc7

PGW Releases SS7 calls containing duplicate optional parameters.

CSCsa98330

3

mdl-analysis

PGW does not change to NEW_DIALPLAN during Cause Analysis on SIP 404.

CSCsb03470

3

mdl-eisup

PGW: Rel9.5(2): Remove/checking prefixes on E-ISUP links.

CSCsa89517

3

mdl-mgcp

Parse MGCP DLCX properly (parse for 902 versus 802).

CSCsa92198

3

mdl-mgcp

Cut through CRCX with no SDP to gateway.

CSCsb04363

3

mdl-q761

Q761/Q767/ANSI should support mapping * and # to B and C respectively.

CSCsa98104

3

mdl-sip

PGW2200 sends invalid ACK message to SIP Proxy when display is on.

CSCsa98870

3

mdl-sip

PGW2200 sends a BYE-Request 12 times.

CSCsa98837

3

mdl-sip

SIP-ISUP: Rec of REL, RSC, GRS, or CGB before any response to the INVITE.

CSCsa98798

3

mdl-sip

Branch Parameter in Via-header doesn't begin with z9hG4bK.

CSCsa98823

3

mdl-sip

No Max-Forwards Header in the INVITE-Request.

CSCsb04080

3

measm

BTNUP calls with cause code subscriber call terminate pegged as failed.

CSCuk53632

4

mdl-q761

Wrong rel cause val sent to SS7 for MGCP protocol error.

CSCeh01785

6

mdl-sip

PGW should reject a re-INVITE for an unsupported SIP-H323 call flow.


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.

CSCeh01785—PGW should reject a re-INVITE for an unsupported SIP-H323 call flow—this featurette changes the behavior of the PGW for H.323 to SIP or SIP to H.323 calls. Previously, only basic calls were supported on the PGW for H.323 to SIP or SIP to H.323 calls. If a SIP Re-INVITE is received, then one of the parties was muted. With this featurette, instead of leaving the call in a mute state, the PGW rejects a SIP Re-INVITE when it is received as part of a SIP to H.323 or H.323 to SIP call.

For more information, see Re-INVITE for an Unsupported SIP-H323 Call Flow in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn025


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn025 has no caveat numbers included in this build. The protocols are being redelivered to include changes in the *.so files that are a result of system changes to the glue code.

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description
     

No caveats are included in this build.


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.

CSCOnn024


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn024 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa90890

2

engine

SysMdlMemoryReduction causes A/B number missing in CDR.

CSCuk55921

3

mdl-q761

Wrong confusion cause code sent (Q.784.2 IBC_V_1_7_2_3_a).

CSCsa74053

3

mdl-analysis

Remote Announcement call failed with so files.

CSCsa80615

3

mdl-analysis

In Pre and A Number Analysis BMOD don't work in overlap scenario.

CSCuk51326

3

mdl-analysis

BMODDIG dw1=98 ignored when called from the Adigtree.

CSCuk55545

3

mdl-q761

Hop counter is always added to egress UK-ISUP IAM.

CSCsa90720

3

mdl-btnup

PGW BTNUP ACI resp with again CLI causes failure in post analysis.

CSCeg87112

3

mdl-in

PGW : SCP not accepting PGW application context name.

CSCsa95784

3

mdl-btnup

BTNUP Conditional CLI Mod does not happen for Presentation Number.

CSCsa96402

3

mdl-btnup

Conditional CLI modification not correct for UK Specific national format.

CSCsa97385

3

mdl-callcontext

BTNUP:IFAM(SHP=1 PNI=1) fail if full CLI is requested after SIM exchange.

CSCsa80801

3

mdl-lcm

PGW doesn't release the announcement call correctly.

CSCsa99865

3

mdl-analysis

0 prefix is being stripped during A-num analysis for for NOA=National.


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.

CSCOnn023


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn023 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa62895

2

mdl-in

Service key encoding always occupies 4 octets.

CSCsa71086

3

sim_sip

ISDN Backhaul call fails using SIP to interconnect two PGW2200.

CSCef14215

3

mdl-mgcp

Blind_Call-Transfer [CCM-to-DPNSS1/DPNSS2] drops voice and releases.

CSCef58492

3

mdl-callctrl

Call reroute failed and call hung with OOverlap=1& TOverlap=0.

CSCeg77197

3

mdl-cdr

INAP calls has wrong ANM time stamp for second 1010 CDB.

CSCsa69966

3

mdl-callctrl

Call gets hung on certain RTRN_START_ANAL with SAM call scenarios.

CSCsa73393

3

mdl-lcm

Pre Announcement call failed with COT on.

CSCsa74919

3

mdl-lcm

PGW sent dual Fax request notify in SS7 to SS7 T38 fax call.

CSCsa75382

3

mdl-sip

PGW SIP Stack send REFER answer without a Contact header.

CSCsa79165

3

mdl-in

Each SAM should restart INWaitToTriggerTimer.

CSCsa80460

3

engine

SS7 Call is Rel because SGI 'free of charge' is checked for levelToUse.

CSCsa81070

3

mdl-q761

IAM GN is modified incorrectly for PNMODDIG in Q761_GERMAN.

CSCuk51827

3

mdl-dpnss

NV3. Incorrect DPNSS Release Cause Mapping: Signal Not understood.

CSCsa78781

3

mdl-connctrl

9.5.2 Local announcements do not work on VISM/VSXM gateways.

CSCsa82077

3

mdl-sip

Invalid INFO request cause proxy mode PGW sent 400 in loop.

CSCeg61238

6

mdl-lcm

A-Number Mods triggered by CLIP/CLIR Featurette.

CSCsa82527

3

mdl-sip

Incorrect validation for hostname in SIP Request msg From header.


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.

CSCeg61238—A-Number Mods triggered by CLIP/CLIR Featurette—This featurette introduces the ability to modify the A-number based on the Presentation Indicator in the Initial Address Message (IAM) message or its equivalent. In this feature, A-numbers encountering this result in analysis are modified with a user-defined prefix when the value of the stored presentation restriction data indicates that the number is restricted or unavailable. If this is not the case, the A-number is not modified and analysis continues.


Note If additional instances of A-number modification occur as analysis continues, the A-number can be further modified.



Note This feature can be used for SS7 ITU and SS7 UK routes.


CSCOnn022


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn022 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa75256

2

mdl-sip

PGW fails to transmit 500 Bad Request Message.

CSCsa71085

3

sim_sip

PGW disconnect established call after about 30 minutes.

CSCec59815

3

mdl-in

High Layer Compatibility not send in IDP message.

CSCsa73210

3

mdl-sip

Call not released after SIP sessionTimer expired&no UPDATE message.

CSCsa74717

3

mdl-q767

Modification of non existent presentation number results insertion of PN.

CSCsa75471

3

mdl-sip

PGW should ignore CSeq checking while in Stateless Proxy 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.

CSCOnn021


Caution The patch install script has been updated. You must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches. After copying the script to your directory, you must rename it "patch". The script must be owned by root.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn021 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg75951

3

mdl-q767

Calling Party Clearing (CCL) leads to (temporary) stuck MGCP endpts.

CSCsa65676

3

mdl-sip

SIP info for digit '*' and '#' reject with '400 Bad Request'.

CSCsa66371

3

mdl-analysis

PGW:Rel9.5(2):Call SS7 for Pre-announcement fail on interdigit timer.

CSCsa69081

3

mdl-analysis

Add check for current nr digits in the B-nr for modified during analysis.

CSCeg89855

6

provision

VXSM Support Featurette.

CSCsa65317

6

mdl-pri

PGW : For PRI - SS7 interworking deactivate the Early ACM.


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.

CSCeg89855—VXSM Support Featurette—This featurette provides support on the Cisco PGW 2200 to extend provisioning and range modification to support PGW 2200 interworking with the VISM or VXSM Media Gateways. It provides the following:

Support external node type VISM (which is the same as the existing node type MGX 8850).

Support external node type VXSM (which is the same as the existing node type MGX 8850).

Support VXSM endpoint name convention: DS/S-0/DS1-#/#@gateway, DS/S-0/DS1-#/*@gateway, and *@gateway

Support hairpin call handing for VISM/VXSM

This feature is supported for use with the following Cisco media gateways:

MGX 8850 Media Gateway

MGX 8880 Media Gateway

For more information, see VXSM Support in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn020


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn020 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg55572

2

mdl-sip

SIP Attended call transfer failed caused by Parse error on REFER.

CSCeh03023

3

mdl-q761

No support of SS7 UCIC message in German ISUPV2_GERMAN variant.

CSCsa62883

3

mdl-sip

PGW does not include LAQUOT (<) and RAQUOT (>) in Route field of Ack.

CSCeg50889

3

mdl-analysis

NOA Value not included in trigger results.

CSCsa66393

3

mdl-eisup

Pre-announcement activated in dialplan result no ringback tone on EISUP.


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.

CSCOnn019


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn019 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg40022

2

mdl-sip

PGW does not parse SIP signal in INFO message correctly.

CSCeg55341

3

mdl-sip

PGW does not accept SIP display names with Norwegian characters.

CSCeg69724

3

mdl-cdr

Tag 3012 contains wrong data.

CSCeg73660

3

mdl-q767

numb.Qualifier field not mapped to correct EISUP value in Gen.Number.

CSCeg75979

3

mdl-analysis

PGW2200 analysis fail for pre-call announcement and overlap sending.

CSCeg79585

3

mdl-pri

PGW releases call due to mismatched call state.

CSCeh04757

3

mdl-lcm

Avoid the overlap digits timer being stopped for NON-IN calls.

CSCuk55902

3

mdl-lcm

Parameter compatibility not being acted on in Type-A exchange.

CSCeg01601

3

mdl-callctrl

MGCP dial overlap call does not wait for all digits after cot test.

CSCeg81299

2

mdl-lcm

Hung CIC in PRI to PRI fail call upon receiving MGCP 518 Error.


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.

CSCOnn018


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn018 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg37655

3

mdl-sip

CC2 being released due to error from Gateway in response to MDCX.

CSCeg50870

3

mdl-analysis

Timer in trigger result (dw4) doesnt override *.OverlapDigitTime.

CSCeg61035

3

mdl-q761

engine cores when *.IsupTransparencyDisabled = 0 and IAM has ECI.

CSCeg64251

3

mdl-analysis

INC_NUMBERING doesnt override OverlapDigitsTimer for ANNOUNCEMENT.

CSCef27813

6

mdl-callctrl

Call Cutoff Timer Update Featurette.


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.

CSCef27813—Call Cutoff Timer Update featurette—this featurette enhances the existing Call Cutoff Timer feature to support three units of time—hours, minutes, and seconds. Previously, the timer was set using hours. Now the timer can be configured using hours, minutes, or seconds, but not using a combination of units. The maximum timer value is 48 hours, or 2880 minutes, or 172800 seconds. Call Cutoff Timer can be set on a system-wide basis, using Call Cutoff timer (XECfgParm.dat parameter), or on a per call basis, using an analysis result type to provide the timer value. Valid values are:

For hours, 0 (disabled), 1—48

For minutes, 0 (disabled), 1—2880

For seconds, 0 (disabled), 1—172800

For more information, see Call Cutoff Timer Update in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn017


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn017 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg64119

3

mdl-lcm

STATUS msg reporting incompatible state should release the call.

CSCeg66045

3

mdl-pri

PGW drops the RDN received from Q931.

CSCeg11405

3

mdl-mgcp

Hairpin Call with pre-Call Announcement causes mute call.

CSCec59815

3

mdl-in

High Layer Compatibility not send in IDP message.

CSCeg62457

2

mdl-lcm

Result type ROUTE does not work with MGCP 400 return code.

CSCeg63408

2

mdl-lcm

tgadvance and redirect in RETRY_ACTION does not work partly.


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.

CSCOnn016


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn016 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg41750

2

mdl-lcm

PGW : After GW hairpin wrong media offered to SIP and H323.

CSCef89461

3

mdl-lcm

Incorrect release codes for INAP calls.

CSCeg28009

3

mdl-cdr

CDEs 4213/4214 have the wrong length per billing spec 43871.

CSCeg44509

3

mdl-cdr

INAP: no release time stamp.

CSCeg46285

3

mdl-lcm

For SIP SUBSCRIBE/NOTIFY and DTMF sending fails.

CSCeg57446

3

mdl-connctrl

MGCP 400 return code should send call to GA with TEMPORARY FAILURE.


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.

CSCeg57446—MGCP 400 return code should send call to GA with TEMPORARY FAILURE—Previously, on an MGCP 400 return code, the PGW attempted one resend of the CRCX. If a second 400 return was encountered, the call was released without going to analysis and the cause was set to Normal or Unspecified.

The code has been enhanced so if a second 400 return code is received, the cause is set to TEMPORARY FAILURE and then sent to analysis. The dialplan cause analysis can be setup to do reattempts and route advance on this cause value.

The following MGCP temporary failures map to the indicated internal cause codes and are available for re-routing:

Internal Cause Code
Temporary Failure Description

400

IC_TEMPORARY_FAILURE

401 & 402

IC_USER_BUSY

403 & 404

IC_RESOURCES_UNAVAIL_UNSPEC

405

IC_SERVICE_TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE


CSCOnn015


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn015 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec82185

2

mdl-q761

Invalid field entries in 1010 CDB.

CSCef84312

2

mdl-lcm

PGW fails to detect RouteSelectFailure in test scenario.

CSCec59815

3

mdl-in

High Layer Compatibility not send in IDP message.

CSCef17304

3

mdl-sip

INVITE message contains invalid TO msg.

CSCeg15176

3

mdl-q767

PGW: USI Octet3b lost for EISUP->Q767_RUSS modem calls.

CSCeg16192

3

mdl-sip

Incorrect SIP messaging causes Codec Mismatch.

CSCuk53506

3

mdl-q761

ISUP indicator not transited in ACM.

CSCef42740

3

mdl-lcm

FINAP TCAP transaction is not cleared after stp-call command.

CSCee59868

6

mdl-eisup

New Zealand ISUP OLM Support Featurette.


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.

CSCee59868—New Zealand ISUP OLM Support Featurette—this featurette 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.

CSCOnn014


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn014 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef83139

6

engine

SIP OPTIONS method outside dialog.


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.

CSCOnn013


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn013 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg01321

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP 1.0 does not send SDP info in MDCX message.

CSCee42378

3

upgrade

CFG_migrated contains XECfgParm.dat - problems when syncing.

CSCef17246

3

mdl-sip

Call Forwarding diversion headers different.

CSCef84341

3

mdl-lcm

PGW fails to abort dialogue at detection of Cg party abandon.

CSCef86876

3

mdl-lcm

INAP controlled TDM Hairpin calls fail.

CSCef95194

3

mdl-lcm

when B-number F endmark is found strip it.

CSCuk49066

3

mdl-sip

Repeated receipt of unackd INVITE causes incorrect redir counter.

CSCeg06255

3

mdl-mgcp

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

CSCef70268

3

mdl-q761

Q761_NEWZEALAND OLM Feature needs REL after T3 expires.

CSCee59923

6

mdl-lcm

CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931 Featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

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

CSCee59923—CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931—This featurette enhances COP Ed 3 behavior to include support for the transit of the UK-specific CBI (CLI Blocking Indicator) parameter over DSS1/Q.931 links.

For more information, see CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931 in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn012


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution Users upgrading from release 9.4(1) with a patch level greater than CSCOgs028 to release 9.5(2) must install patch CSCOgs10 or greater for proper SNMP functionality. For more information see Chapter 6, Upgrading the Cisco MGC Software in the Cisco Media Gateway Controller Software Release 9 Installation and Configuration Guide.


Caution After upgrading from 9.4(1) to 9.5(2), the existing /opt/CiscoMGC/snmp/snmpd.cnf is overwritten with a default file (the existing snmp entries in the snmpd.cnf file are automatically copied to snmpd.cnf.custorig). Since a new default snmpd.cnf replaces the original snmpd.cnf file, the snmp functionality no longer works as expected. After upgrading to any 9 release, you must manually restore the original snmp functionality, immediately after upgrading and prior to starting the PGW software. For more information, see snmp.cnf File is Overwritten When Updating to New Release 9 in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

Protocol patch CSCOnn012 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee70595

2

mdl-sip

9.5T38:SIP/PSTN EISUP CA Controlled T38 Fax call failed.

CSCef77283

3

engine

INAP reports route failure when first route in list is not available.

CSCef81556

3

mdl-sip

Notify for DTMF cannot be sent on TCC side.

CSCef82703

3

engine

No answer timer disarmed during processing of RouteSelectFailure.

CSCee54208

6

other

Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay SIP <-> H323 featurette.


This patch provides updates to all protocols.

Additional information:

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

CSCee54028—Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay SIP<-> H323 Featurette— the PGW 2200 to support call agent controlled T.38 fax relay between SIP and other networks, which includes ISUP, ISDN, and H323.

For more information, see Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn011


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn011 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef65568

2

mdl-callctrl

need to propagate CSCea89288 and CSCea89255 into 9.5(2) Release.

CSCee39613

3

mdl-sip

Diversion Counter Wrong.

CSCef49469

3

mdl-lcm

No RingBack Tone in the Call Reattempt after ACM w/cutthrough=3.

CSCef67258

3

mdl-sip

The message event in the Subscribe header need equal in Notify.

CSCef68059

3

mdl-btnup

PGW does not truncate oversize message.

CSCuk52957

3

mdl-cdr

PRI AoC:Fractional AOC-D charge unit times give long update delays.


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.

CSCOnn010


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn010 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee55978

2

mdl-lcm

ACM is bad when B-number does not end with mark f.

CSCef49127

3

mdl-mgcp

Bearer Channel not available due to stuck as if inuse state.

CSCee82987

3

mdl-mgcp

MGCP Error code 540 does not trigger audit in Call Agent.


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.

CSCOnn009


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn009 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef38401

2

mdl-cdr

PRI AOC timing between two AOC-D msg is inaccurate.

CSCef33422

2

mdl-cdr

PRI AOC charging unit increment is not consistent.

CSCef46555

2

mdl-pri

PGW PRI doesnt set the exclusive bit on channel negotiation.

CSCef46565

3

mdl-pri

PGW2200 Broken FACILITY sent to PBX with ETS_300_102.

CSCuk48675

3

mdl-analysis

NV3 MGC software does not update tMaxDigits tMinDigits.

CSCee66739

2

mdl-q767

Early ACM needed where Call Diversion Occurs.

CSCef17231

2

mdl-callctrl

ERB Operations Parameter Missing.

CSCuk52214

2

mdl-q761

PGW kills the call in progress if an incorrectly coded LPM is rcvd.

CSCec67967

3

mdl-in

ETC failed is missing.

CSCee80475

3

mdl-lcm

FINAP TCAP transaction not cleared by kill-call.

CSCef31992

3

mdl-callctrl

Reattempt on same TrunkGroup on cause analysis causes mute call.

CSCee55978

2

mdl-lcm

ACM is bad when B-number does not end with mark f.

CSCuk51031

3

mdl-lcm

PRI AoC:Unable to generate an AOC-E element containing no charge.


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.

CSCOnn008


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn008 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee56200

2

mdl-lcm

If PSTN doesnt send A-Number no triggering happens at all.

CSCuk51216

3

mdl-q761

Loop prevention message not transited.

CSCee39613

3

mdl-sip

Diversion Counter Wrong.

CSCef05076

3

mdl-sip

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

CSCef15655

3

mdl-connctrl

Call reroute failed from SS7 hairpin call to SIP/H323.

CSCef16460

3

mdl-callctrl

PPAID:End user release does not generate oDisconnect event.

CSCef17950

3

mdl-analysis

Multiple dialplans with local announcements the call do not release.

CSCuk50995

3

mdl-lcm

PRI-AoC: all number multipliers less than 1 give an overall zero val.

CSCuk51002

3

mdl-lcm

PRI AoC:Initial charge period is not included in the total charge.

CSCef05933

6

engine

AOC-D Facility Message update is hard-coded to 15 minutes change request.

CSCee79016

6

mdl-callctrl

Charge Number Based on Destination Featurette.


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.

CSCee79016—Charge Number Based on Destination Featurette—this featurette provides the ability to provision a Charge Number associated with an outgoing Trunk Group.

For more information, see Charge Number Based on Destination in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn007


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn007 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef12914

3

mdl-mgcp

MGCP1.0 hairpin call fail if turn EchoCan on on Term Side.


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.

CSCOnn006


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn006 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCuk51523

2

iocm

NV3. Q931 PRI to Q931 BRI (or BRI to PRI) does not work.

CSCeb73451

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP attempts to hairpin across two gateways on retry.

CSCee56137

2

other

PGW not invoking empty caps set.

CSCee60210

2

mdl-lcm

Hairpin mgcp call with COT successful fails.

CSCee75024

2

mdl-sip

SIP SessionTimer failed caused by missing contact in UPDATE.

CSCuk51174

3

mdl-q761

REL with unknown parm and no PCI causes incorrect RLC message.

CSCuk51222

3

mdl-q761

Parameter compatibility ignored if additional parmameter present.

CSCuk51237

3

mdl-q761

Service activation parameter discarded from FAC and CPG,ST-Mistral; ss7pgw

CSCee50489

2

mdl-analysis

Calls do not go through that have different lengths.


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.

CSCOnn005


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn005 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec54166

2

mdl-sip

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

CSCuk50760

2

mdl-lcm

PRI AOC will not work - calls release and no CDRs written.

CSCee55978

2

mdl-lcm

ACM is bad when B-number does not end with mark f.

CSCee56173

2

mdl-lcm

O disconnect (EDP9) is reported even cc2s CON disarms it.

CSCeb64862

3

mdl-eisup

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

CSCee22610

3

mdl-dpnss

PGW2200 - DPNSS diverted calls to Mobile networks fail.

CSCee23100

3

mdl-cdr

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

CSCee70625

3

mdl-connctrl

PGW does not handle T38_STOP notify message correctly.

CSCee81289

3

mdl-q761

OCC ETS 300 172, TCC German ISUP, calls fails with # (Hash).

CSCed90328

6

mdl-q761

CLI not passed when CLI blocking ind = 0, Change Request.

CSCee27469

6

other

Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay - SIP <-> MGCP Based featurette.


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.

CSCee27469—Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay SIP MGCP Based Feature—the PGW 2200 now supports call agent controlled T.38 fax relay between SIP and other networks via MGCP gateway. For more information, see Call Agent Controlled SIP T.38 Fax Relay in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOnn004


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn004 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed32109

2

mdl-q761

CFN message not sent in response to unknown parameter.

CSCee56200

2

mdl-lcm

If PSTN doesnt send A-Number no triggering happens at all.

CSCee54844

2

mdl-in

Second connection configuration fails.

CSCec67967

3

mdl-in

ETC failed is missing.

CSCee45499

3

mdl-pri

error parsing qsig facility globalValue operation.

CSCuk48821

3

mdl-in

NV3: PGW needs to handle FCI in the ETC.


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.

CSCOnn003


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn003 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee28772

2

mdl-callctrl

Call fails when TG based announcement is config using .SO.

CSCed22575

2

mdl-lcm

Cause based Announcement does not work when TG based Ann is config.

CSCed22596

2

mdl-lcm

Call is not released properly when cause based Announcement is configured.

CSCee00533

2

mdl-lcm

RQNT should not be sent for MGCP scripting calls.

CSCed22743

2

mdl-mgcp

Cause based announcement fails when term is EISUP.

CSCed63732

3

mdl-callctrl

FINAP wrong call duration if maxCallDur is 0 in ACR-BCC.

CSCec75663

3

mdl-in

SCI levelToUse not defined.

CSCuk48799

3

mdl-in

NV3 : PGW does not send abort in some failure scenarios.


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.

CSCOnn002


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn002 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCec33700

2

mdl-analysis

Time 0015 is read wrong from charge.dat.

CSCuk49290

2

mdl-connctrl

NV3: Call forwarding CCM IP phone to PRI and Q.SIG fails.

CSCeb69846

2

mdl-dpnss

PGW is sending EEM with transfer when call is held from CCM.

CSCed91373

2

mdl-in

TCAP pre-arranged end not supported.

CSCed93947

2

mdl-in

Timer (tssf) value should be 6 seconds.

CSCed93958

2

mdl-in

A-num from IN should supersede ingress A-num on egress signalling.

CSCed92686

2

mdl-mgcp

MGCP 1.0 not handling TDM hairpin on redirected call.

CSCee05757

2

mdl-pri

Global obj id is not decoded correctly for QSIG call forwarding.

CSCuk49601

2

mdl-pri

QSIG: Call Independent call failure.

CSCeb67571

3

mdl-callctrl

FINAP call with temporary connect missing interim CDB tag.

CSCec43828

3

mdl-callctrl

REL causes are different when dest=OOS for normal and forwarded call.

CSCec36004

3

mdl-cdr

CDE 4044(local announcement) is not seen after failover in 1040 CDB.

CSCed54594

3

mdl-cdr

4034 4035 4036 4037 are missing from 1010 1030 CDBs.

CSCec35867

3

mdl-dpnss

PGW sends same EEM message three times for call transfer cases.

CSCed69337

3

mdl-dpnss

PGW is not responding to ISRM if it is sent right after CRM/CIM.

CSCuk47848

3

mdl-in

INAP:oNoAnswer timer value not buffered if multiple ops occur.

CSCuk48254

3

mdl-in

INAP:Fail to provide RteSelFail from DFC/connect after ETC.

CSCuk48255

3

mdl-in

INAP:Incorrect BCSM event oAnswer sent after ETC/DFC/ETC sequence.

CSCuk48487

3

mdl-in

INAP-ICM:MGCP RQNT for OOB DTMF not sent for calls after txfr.

CSCec34445

3

mdl-lcm

No RingBack tone on CM-CM and CM transfers call to ISDN.

CSCed24007

3

mdl-lcm

Echo should be turned off when announcement is played.

CSCuk49284

3

mdl-lcm

ST. BTCodeofPractice with Present Number sends too much information.

CSCuk49006

3

mdl-mgcp

RBtone=2 causes S:rt to be sent on MDCX with sendrecv set.

CSCuk48905

3

mdl-pri

NV3: PGW is re-sending cause from STATUS in DISCONNECT.

CSCed83737

3

mdl-q761

Calls with invalid CPC value terminate is being released.

CSCec80167

6

other

CA30 ISUP Variant featurette.


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.

Both patches CSCOnn002 and CSCOgs002 must be installed.

CSCOnn001


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Protocol patch CSCOnn001 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCed58683

2

mdl-analysis

Redirection counter incorrect in IAM after multiple redirects.

CSCed15875

2

mdl-callctrl

Unable to convert MDL Trace when MGCP announcements are configured.

CSCed25023

2

mdl-cdr

Mapping errors in CgPC values written into CDR files.

CSCed31081

2

mdl-cdr

CDR 1040 tag 4215 needs to be populated for IP->IP calls.

CSCed32094

2

mdl-cdr

CDB 1040 tag 4215 timestamp from IAM rather than ANM.

CSCed31137

2

mdl-in

IN Cut and Paste fails on second cc.

CSCed40015

2

mdl-in

Second cc IN reports missing.

CSCed75345

2

mdl-pri

PGW sends incorrect length call reference and chan id for ETSI BRI.

CSCec54166

2

mdl-sip

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

CSCec75673

2

mdl-sip

IDP Redirecting information is missing.

CSCed10856

2

mdl-sip

SIP messages not handled properly by PGW.

CSCec41291

3

engine

FINAP Reattempted call CIC status are not on STANDBY.

CSCed26278

3

mdl-dpnss

DPNSS TXFR: PGW doesnt send Notify when receive ConnectedNum in CCM.

CSCec75663

3

mdl-in

SCI levelToUse not defined.

CSCuk48493

3

mdl-in

INAP/IPCC:RTP stream established in one direction after VRU txfr.

CSCec50733

3

mdl-q761

backward indicator not discarded when PCI is set for discard message.

CSCed67788

3

mdl-q761

Incorrect release cause is sent when IPLNK is OOS.


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.

The following features are included in this patch:

Caveat Number
Featurette Name

Propagated from 9.4(1)

CSCed45778

Austrian ISUP Enhancements.

Propagated from 9.3(2)

CSCed76634

SIP sigPath cannot send out message after engine reload.


For more information, see the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs078


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs078 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsr13645

2

iocm

Standby iocm oos with IP recovery after network outage.

CSCso12005

3

mml

The dial plan data mixed after running prov-exp in MML.

CSCso57445

3

alrmm

PGW 9.5(2) s69/62 core dump on secondary.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs077


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs077 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCso24788

2

mdl-mgcp

952S77P69: Hairpin call fails caused by CRCX sent failure.

CSCsl51493

3

engine

platform.log flooded when linexlate partly defined, v-sol.

CSCsm80849

3

ioccisdnl3

ISDNL3 stuck in loop looking for invalid DChan componentId, v-sol.

CSCsm99068

3

ioccisdnl3

Dual switchover - ISDNL3 Coredump when switchover happened.

CSCso03695

3

ioccxgcp

Change the behavior of sending Notified Entity (N:) in CRCX.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs076


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs076 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsk63326

2

replicator

9.5(2) PGW core on global resource finalization race cond. multithread, v-sol.

CSCsk63171

3

iocm

PGW cannot sw-over when the provising is new or only config SIP.

CSCsk66947

3

iocceisup

Process EISUP has crashed.

CSCsk70851

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW should indicate Notified Entity (N:) in CRCX, v-sol.

CSCsk79216

3

ioccpriip

ISDN pre-allocated memory, Error allocating packet (5) for channel.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs075


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs075 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsk51777

2

ioccsip

DNS SRV Query Timerslot Full Gets SIP IOCC Into Dead Loop, v -sol.

CSCsj92928

3

install

961S47P48: Patch script doesn't avoid in.ftpd process to affect upgrading.

CSCsj98871

3

procm

PGW 9.5(2) core dumped during switchover/CSCsh05401 porting, v-sol.

CSCsj75818

4

mml

952S74P67: Response for set-iplnk failure is not correct.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs074


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs074 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsi66985

2

ioccc7

C7DPC can get out of congestion after being OOS,v-sol.

CSCsj21338

2

ioccisdn13

Porting CSCsi54819: ISDNL3 Core dump when switchover happened.

CSCsh78290

3

mdl-ansi-ss7

MSO refused error during sw-over.

CSCsj10312

3

procm

PGW 9.5(2) fluctuate between STANDBY and OOS.

CSCsj71718

3

replicator

952S74P67: Switch-over fails because warm start-up failed.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs073


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs073 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh26042

3

design

FOD-01 process stopped and core dump happened.

CSCsi25376

3

mml

MML command kill-call, prt-call missing help for cid.

CSCsi29458

3

engine

PGW sends Maintenance instead of Hardware Block CGB, v-sol.

CSCsi68223

3

ioccm3ua

PGW cannot clear DPC congestion alarm.

CSCsi90911

3

engine

PGW 9.5.2 S72P65 CDR fields 4207/4208 do not show codec correctly, v-sol.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs072


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs072 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsi26997

2

mdl-sip

PGW misunderstands 200OK for PRACK as call answer.

CSCsi15517

3

mdl-sip

PGW SIP REFER fails when CALL-ID is missing @host portion of the id.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs071


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs071 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsh42701

3

iocm

OCM core dump on PGW when starting as standby.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs070


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs070 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg43855

3

mdl-cdr

National CPC values written into CDR as default value 10.

CSCsg87202

3

mdl-in

PGW: call processing for INAP triggered calls stop after some time.

CSCsg89267

3

mdl-sip

Port support for InhibitSipFromMapping=2 to MGC 9.5(2).

CSCsh29211

3

engine

PGW 9.5(2) Cores with UNKNOWN process.

CSCsh42767

3

m3ua

Core dump when making inap calls.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs069


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs069 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg85795

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW should accept '0d0a' as EOL,v-sol.

CSCsg65031

6

protocol

Add a parameter to control the redirection in the ACM from sip 302.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs068


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs068 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsg36965

3

ioccm3ua

PGW: wrong destination status on m3ua.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs067


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs067 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsf20918

3

engine

PGW does not respond to any INVITE message when second sip ip link OOS.

CSCsf30384

3

mdl-lcm

SIP 302 causes DeSel_Out_Crct CDR.

CSCsg03575

3

ioccm3ua

M3UA coredump when starting m3ua traffic.

CSCsg11663

3

sim

Writer fails with Error: trace type could not be read.

CSCsg43793

3

design

True/false doesn't take effective on the property of sip path.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs066


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs066 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsf28441

1

m3ua

Porting back to 9.5(2) :9.6(1) S32P24 m3ua continuous core dump.

CSCsf28439

2

iocciua

Porting back code of core dump from 9.6(1).

CSCsf28456

2

install

Enable core dump for set-sid process in 9.5.

CSCsg00712

2

iocciua

MGCP coredump on 9.5(2).

CSCsd80956

3

ioccc7

C7DPC cannot get out of congestion after manually set c7link oos.

CSCse70394

3

occli

PGW: wrong radiusKey definition in properties.dat.

CSCse76983

3

mml

Mml core on 9.5(2) S63P57.

CSCse96957

3

iocm

Ocm core on 9.3(2) S54P60 .

CSCsg00512

3

engine

PGW core when making glare call.

CSCsg00523

3

ioccm3ua

m3ua coredump when stopping PGW.

CSCse26527

6

mdl-sip

SIP Diversion header treatment in the multi-contact environment.

CSCse93247

6

mdl-ni2

Enable Cliselectionforcop3 to be configured on NI2+ signalling service.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCse26527—after the patch is applied, when you use config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, you must manually copy the file propSet.xml.dat from the directory /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to the directories /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link. Then start the PGW.

CSCse70394—After the patch is applied, when you use config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, you must manually copy the file propSet.xml.dat from the directory /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to the directories /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link. Then start the PGW.

CSCOgs065


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs065 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsf14546

3

iocm

Eisup and sip links stay OOS after sigpath update.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs064


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs064 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse40406

3

mdl-pri

Progress message not forwarded on EISUP side if received during Overlap,spvoice-bru-ddts.

CSCse48839

6

mml

Generate a Warning message if there is a non-zero stPort value.

CSCse64814

3

ioccm3ua

PGW: M3ua DPC state had not been updated to OOS and reported up layer.,v-sol.

CSCse66081

3

engine

Need to have ways to disable MCL calculations,v-sol.

CSCse74478

3

iocm

PGW needs to delete .sigChanDSS.dat entry when deleting IPROUTE,v-sol.

CSCse79979

3

mdl-lcm

PGW MGCP transient error when glare option 2/3 is used,v-sol.

CSCse80066

3

ioccc7

PGW in signalling mode sends maintenance CGB and Hardware CGU.

CSCse89059

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW does not properly populate SDP for SS7 -> EISUP fallback,v-sol.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd64628

3

ioccc7

Trillium issue ccpu00064020 C7 link congestion.

CSCsd73705

3

engine

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

CSCse12574

3

mdl-sip

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

CSCse18019

3

ioccc7

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

CSCse18162

3

engine

Coredump found when SysConnectDataAccess set to false.

CSCse19592

3

engine

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

CSCse37883

4

mdl-tools

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

CSCse42861

3

engine

Routing table information becomes corrupted when adding more trnkgrps.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs063


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs063 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCse13603

3

ioccpriip

CICs stuck in the MATE UNAVAILABLE state clear only after reload of PGW.

CSCse44713

3

mdl-in

TCAP Into_analyzed USERID parameter needs to be mandatory in trigger.dat.

CSCse20839

3

mdl-q761

need a new sigpath property to control "chargeareainformation".

CSCse30675

6

toolkit

add a tool for customer to track provision.

CSCse51175

6

performance

Update MGC start script regarding performance to recognize SunFire V440.

CSCse51145

6

other

Update check inventory program to recognize SunFire V440.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa67716

3

alrmm

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

CSCsc66392

3

engine

PGW sudden switchover due to busy call clean up.

CSCsb04467

3

ioccsctp

Compiler Warnings in Sigtran Libraries.

CSCsa59971

3

m3ua

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

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.

CSCsc20364

3

snmp

SNMP traps contain wrong component name after dynamic reconfig.

CSCsc50364

6

mdl-q767

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


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs062


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs062 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd94308

3

ioccc7

SS7 core at snRtrDatInd with patch P47/s54.

CSCsd95159

3

mdl-q761

Provisioned CGBA2 parameter does not work.

CSCsd76478

3

mml

the iplnk port/peerport should be prohibited to modify.

CSCse22085

3

mml

mml core dump of 9.7 on Opteron platform.

CSCse01443

3

provision

Prov-Cpy/Prov-EXp fails to complete with large number or rtlist configured.

CSCsd93624

6

design

Validate and support PRI Backup-D channel in Call Control Mode Featurette.


This patch provides updates to all modules.

Additional information:

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

CSCsd93624—Validate and Support PRI Backup-D Channel in Call Control Mode—The following requirements were used for testing and validation:

ability to provision two D channels, one primary and one backup, for all the NFAS groups in the system.

NFAS interface can either be T1 or E1, but not a mixture of T1 or E1 on the same NFAS interface.

validate maximum supported NFAS spans, which is 16.

validate the ability to support mixture of FAS, NFAS and NFAS with Backup D simultaneously.

validate manual switchover using mml command.

validate the ability to take a D channel M-OOS, but reject taking D channel M-OOS if other D channel is already M-OOS.

validate PRI Backup-D channel forMGX8880 with VXSM card and AS5000 (AS5850) voice gateways.

CSCOgs061


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs061 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd89956

3

engine

PGW using To: field to send the Response to new Request after transfer.

CSCse05581

3

engine

PGW core related to LNP.

CSCse16991

3

engine

PGW: Rel 9.6(1):During MML provisioning the engine core dump.

CSCse17006

3

engine

INAP ETC Call failed,after kill call, counter&rtrv-lics can't show right.

CSCse06463

3

mdl-analysis

simWriter fails with : Invalid Parameter Range.

CSCsd99942

3

mml

Incorrect duplicate entry for LINEXLATE when provisioning NOA conversion.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libda.so

callver

libcmg.so

libinf.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs060


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs060 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd95154

3

mdl-q761

Provisioned ChargeAreaInformation is not used in the call ISUPV2_JAPAN.

CSCse00872

3

mml

Help text for mml command rtrv-ss7-slt is wrong.


This patch provides updates to the following:

mmlCommands.xml

propertySet.xml

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs059


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs059 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd66194

3

alrmm

Change default severity of all ISDN IP conn Fail from major to critical.

CSCsd80497

6

engine

need a new sigpath property for the digital analysis when get 302 msg.


This patch provides updates to the following:

di

migration

properties.dat

propSet.xml.dat

Additional information:

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

A new property, SipRedirAnalysisMethod, has been added for the Support Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Header feature. This feature defines how the PGW handles the SIP redirection target.

Valid values are:

0— (default) Conditional analysis, only analyze the target whose domain matches the PGW's domain.

1—Always analyze.

2—Never analyze; this was the implementation method prior to this feature being implemented.

CSCOgs058


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs058 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc28418

6

mdl-q767

Support of R-ISUP2000 Variant change request.

CSCsd03635

6

other

Support for Gateway Ring-back Tone Over MGCP Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

mml

alrmm

variants.dat

propSet.xml.dat

Additional information:

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

Support of R-ISUP2000 Variant— implements the ISUP-R-2000 variants to support Russian and other Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (former Soviet Union) users.

Support for Gateway Ring-Back Tone Over MGCP—adds gateway ring-back tone over MGCP protocol support for MGCP controlled media gateway calls destined for PBXs that do not generate ring-back tones.

This feature is not designed to handle MGCP to MGCP calls where the originating leg and terminating leg are on different PGW pairs (does not support calls transported over EISUP). The reference to EISUP is for EISUP—H323 only.

For more information, see Support for Gateway Ring-Back Tone Over MGCP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs057


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs057 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd81084

3

other

PGW remains stuck at /etc/rc3.d/S71startcia script after reboot.

CSCsd64449

3

ioccc7

Trillium issue ccpu00064020 C7 link congestion.

CSCsd81084

3

other

PGW remains stuck at /etc/rc3.d/S71startcia script after reboot.

CSCsd47209

3

mml

S54P47:rtrv-rssn incorrectly when dynamically editing the REMOTESSN to 0.

CSCsd52304

3

flovr

PGW 9.5(2) : Platform stay OOS until second cable is inserted.

CSCsd57900

3

pxelogger

9.5(2) S54/P47--Core Dump when doing ANSI TCAP regression test.

CSCea11645

6

mdl-sip

ATA to PSTN-pg1 sw-over to pg2-PSTN onhook-bye direct from pg2 to AT.


This patch provides updates to the following:

SS7

S71startcia

TCAP

foverd

libcmg.so

libeng.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs056


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs056 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd35855

3

mmlhelp

Help text for mml command rtrv-ss7-srt is wrong.

CSCsd31517

3

provision

prov-add:trnkgrpprop allows GWDefaultcodecstring with spaces.

CSCsd42674

3

provision

MML help description needs separator between ranges (if >1 range).

CSCsd44535

3

mml

PGW :Nbr of redun IP links using same port for same sign. can't exceed 2.

CSCsd50625

3

provision

Rel 9.5(2) coredump on POM process for tftp_dataReceived().


This patch provides updates to the following:

mmlCommands.xml

SS7

libpolcomp.so

libda.so

libxe.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs055


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs055 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd47312

3

ioccxgcp

MGCP IOCC trace buffer too small and string copy does not check size.

CSCsd45914

3

engine

Core dump found when receiving INVITE with GTD and SDP no CRLF.

CSCsd40629

6

engine

Allow PGW to derive Span when Explicit id not provided in ISDN message.

CSCsd40149

3

provision

S53P46:CLIPess =2 protocol EISUP missing on provision.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

di

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

properties.dat

engine.smartalloc

engine.no_smartalloc

Additional information:

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

CSCsd40629—To revert to a saved configuration after the patch is applied, you must manually copy the propSet.xml.dat files from the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory to the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link directories, and then start the PGW.

CSCsd40149—To revert to a saved configuration after the patch is applied, you must manually copy the propSet.xml.dat files from the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new directory to the /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link directories, and then start the PGW.

CSCOgs054


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs054 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd30835

1

ioccc7

PGW does not launch TCAP query if the remote SSN is set to 0.

CSCsd13429

3

ioccc7

PGW coredump in 9.5(2) on cmHashListDelete.

CSCsb55654

3

mdl-cdr

No value for CDR-Tag 4016 (Terminating Member) after CDB-1110 sw-over.

CSCsc76502

3

mdl-mgcp

PGW sometimes put same codec twice in the codec string.

CSCsd29972

3

toolkit

simWriter fails to read dialplan base table.


This patch provides updates to the following:

TCAP

SS7

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

simWriter

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs053


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs053 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd10203

3

mdl-sip

PGW discard DNS SRV records with weight 0.

CSCeg39985

6

mdl

SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice.

CSCsd03592

6

other

CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

SIP

migrate_XECfgParm

XECfgParm.dat

di

engine.smartalloc

engine.no_smartalloc

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCeg39985—SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice—The SIP To MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice feature provides support on the Cisco MGC 2200 of T.38 FAX calls in the event a T.38 fax setup on a SIP call fails due to lack of T.38 fax support on a SIP endpoint, such as the Cisco SIP Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA). Further, after the fax call is completed, the MGC is able to fallback to a voice call, if the original call event was voice.

This feature provides the following:

When the MGC receives a T.38 Fax indication fax from an MGCP gateway, it initiates Re-Invite with SDP indicating T.38 attributes to the SIP endpoint, which returns a 488 message because the endpoint does not support T.38. The MGC modifies the connection at the MGCP gateway to up speed to G.711 (for example, "L: e:off,s:off;a:G.711a") if the audio channel is not set for G.711.

The upspeed capability applies to both SIP-initiated fax or SS7/ISDN-side initiated fax calls.

After the fax call is completed, the call configuration falls back to voice with the original audio codec, if the original call event was a voice call.


Note Fallback to passthrough after failed T.38 Faxes dependent on IOS release 12.4.(5a); Fallback to voice after successful T.38 Fax is dependent on IOS release 12.4(7a).



Note For more information, see SIP to MGCP T.38 Fax Fallback to Pass-through and Voice in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


CSCsd03592—CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP—this featurette modifies the Calling Line Identifier (CLI) handling in Mexican ISUP to allow for call completion when the CLI is requested using Information Request (INR) and Information Message (INF), but is not provided by the originating switch.

Currently the PGW can be provisioned with "CLI Essential" sigpath property *.CLIPEss (values 0 or 1). Setting the value to 1 causes the PGW to request the CLI (INR) if the CLI is not already present, and expect a response (INR). Previously, if the PGW did not receive a CLI in response, it dropped the call. Now, if the PGW does not receive a response it continues the call.

The values of *.CLIPEss have been modified as follows:

0—Do not request CLI.

1—Request CLI if not already provided. Drop the call if CLI is not provided.

2—Request CLI if not already provided. Continue the call even if CLI is not provided.


Note This change will be made generic for all variants that support the *.CLIPEss parameter ( not just for Q767_MEXICAN).



Note For more information, see CLI Handling for Mexican ISUP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.


CSCOgs052


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs052 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsd09970

2

other

ISDNBRI coredump after setting interface hme1 down.

CSCsd06325

3

mdl-sip

# sign in Via header branch field causes CSPS to ignore the BYE message.

CSCsd01025

6

other

Sun Fire V210 / Netra 210 platform for MGC feature.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libtcpServer.so

libcmg.so

chk_inv

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs051


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs051 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc59340

2

other

STBY needs two CiscoMGC start commands to come up.

CSCsb95787

3

engine

PGW ceased to handle call after fail over.

CSCsc83636

6

mdl-sip

PGW: Omitting CgPN on receipt of From: Unavailable SIP header.


This patch provides updates to the following:

foverd

libxe.so

procM

di

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCsc83636— When using config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, manually copy 'propSet.xml.dat' and 'propVal.xsd.dat' files from /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link and then restart the PGW.

CSCsc83636—Omitting CgPN on receipt of From: Unavailable SIP header:

The datasync parameter should be set to False before patch installation (this disables the copying of files). It should be set back to true after installation.

When using config-lib to revert to a saved configuration, manually copy 'propSet.xml.dat' and 'propVal.xsd.dat' files from /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/CONFIG_LIB/new to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/ and /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/active_link and then restart the PGW.

CSCOgs050


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs050 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc20974

3

mdl-tools

trace file can't be got completely after call forward.

CSCsc77498

3

flovr

multiple same virtual ip addresses produced when foverd process killed.

CSCsc93077

3

provision

Batch file provisioning needs performance improvement for routes files.

CSCsc69326

3

engine

PGW sends SIP traffic with wrong interface after INT failover.


This patch provides updates to the following:

sim

failover

mml

libpolnuman.so

SIP

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs049


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs049 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc81713

3

mdl-sip

PGW do not respond ACK to 503 message.

CSCsb30733

6

mdl-callctrl

Fax & Data Call Translation Featurette.

CSCsc77446

4

mmlhelp

wrong mml help for siprttrnk:sipproxyport.


This patch provides updates to the following:

SIP

mmlCommands.xml

libpolnuman.so

mml

libinf.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

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

CSCsb30733—Fax & Data Call Translation—this featurette translates ISUP calls to data/fax calls by changing the Calling Party Category, Bearer Capability, and High Layer Compatibility IEs in outgoing IAMs based on the dialed Called Party Number. This featurette only supports scenarios in which the TCC is ISUP; only ITU ISUP variants are supported.

For more information, see Fax and Data Call Translation in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

If HLCMOD or BCMOD related dialplan provisioning changes are made after the CSCOgs049/CSCOnn041 patch upgrade and then you need to downgrade to previous patch level, you must use the config-lib utility to revert back to your latest configuration prior to adding the patch.

CSCOgs048


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs048 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc70234

3

provision

PGW/VXSM in NFAS Mode. Calculation of [Sigchan+sigport] is incorrect.

CSCsc34764

3

mml

IOS style help not autocompleting for help:<tab>.

CSCsc60846

3

other

chk_inv does not read specific hw patch files.

CSCsc63629

3

toolkit

Toolkit Translation Verification Screen Hangs.

CSCsb28982

4

configlib

tab key doesn't work when execute mml command:prov-add:sippath.

CSCsb28989

4

configlib

mml command set-dest:all /set-c7lnk:all/set-dchan:all/ doesn't work.

CSCsb53849

6

performance

I/O performance improvements for routeAnalysis.dat file.

CSCsa62907

6

other

Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolbase.so

mmlCommands.xml

mml

libhelp.so

chk_inv

Toolbar.tbc

libpolroute.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

libconvutil.so

libengif.so

pom

replicator

sagt

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI

IUA

M3UA

SUA

LI

ISDNBRI

Additional information:

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

CSCsb53849—I/O performance improvements for routeAnalysis.dat file—I/O performance enhancements were added that use the most optimized methods when deleting large route lists for configurations with a large routeAnalysis.dat files.

CSCsa62907—Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing—This featurette implements DNS SRV and SIP load-sharing in compliance with the RFC2782 specification. The feature enables customers to do load-sharing when interconnecting multiple SIP servers.

For more information, see Support of DNS SRV and SIP Load-sharing in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsc81713—PGW do not respond ACK to 503 message—an issue was introduced in this patch set where the PGW 2200 does not acknowledge the 503 Service Unavailable response. This issue should not impact operation because the SIP side retries several times before releasing the call. It should be resolved in the next patch set.

CSCOgs047


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs047 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc43798

2

engine

PGW core.smartall on recv/xmit SDP info > 1000 bytes.

CSCsc20966

3

configlib

redirmax can't be provisioned on sip path.

CSCsc47858

3

mdl-q761

PGW: CGU Status bits mismatch on CGB retransmissions.

CSCsc53049

3

mml

MML does not check the new MetaTariff Table.

CSCsc42392

3

provision

Validation of EISUP trunk group takes too long in provisioning phase.

CSCsb14217

3

sim

PGW : Simwritter failed with No suitable trunk group found.

CSCsc38969

3

toolkit

Toolkit CDR viewer does not display 4213 and 4214 tags in 1060 CDB.

CSCsc54729

3

flovr

PGW 952 stays in OOS after eri0 cable is removed and inserted.

CSCsc57402

3

mml

digmodstring value can exceed its max length 32.

CSCeg67066

6

mdl-sip

Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcxn.so

simWriter

librmg.so

propSet.xml.dat

propVal.xsd.dat

libpolcomp.so

di

properties.dat

position.dat

foverd

libpolnuman.so

Additional information:

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

CSCeg67066—Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header—The Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header Support feature supports multiple IP addresses in the SIP Contact header for redundant interworking with a SIP application server.

For more information, see Multiple IP Addresses in SIP Contact Header in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs046


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs046 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb62848

2

engine

Engine core dumps.

CSCee77624

3

mml

Error Message / Validation Code for dws in NEW_DIALPLAN for mml.

CSCeh01715

3

engine

PGW stays in OOS after eri0 cable is removed/inserted.

CSCsb76391

3

mml

PGW - Allows More than 20 Trunks in Routing.

CSCsc18866

3

mmlhelp

mml help for sta-sc-trc:ss7svc1:prd= is wrong.

CSCsb65433

6

m3ua

Support for M3UA Priority Routes Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

librmg.so

libeng.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

libpolnuman.so

foverd

libpolcomp.so

libpolroute.so

mmlCommands.xml

di

mml

M3UA

ioChanMgr

Additional information:

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

CSCsb65433—Support for M3UA Priority Routes Featurette—this featurette provides the ability to assign priorities for M3UA routes for each OPC/DPC pair on the PGW. Two levels of priority can be assigned on an M3UAROUTE link; level 1 (higher priority) and level 2. The default priority is 1. If multiple routes have the same priority assigned, the PGW loadshares traffic across the links.

For more information, see Support for M3UA Priority Routes in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs045


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs045 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc13181

3

provision

PGW support of more than 32 EISUP links.

CSCsc29252

3

mml

mml help integer range of unsigned 32-bit is not supported.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolcomp.so

mmlCommands.xml

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs044


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs044 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee96264

2

provision

Deleting a dialplan prevents further configuration.

CSCsc07114

3

mml

MML Tab help for prov-exp incorrect.

CSCsc09383

3

engine

PGW 9.5(2) patch 34 replication script returns wrong status.

CSCsb83634

3

provision

resulttype E911PROF display for DW1 range value.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

mmlCommands.xml

replication_status.sh

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs043


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs043 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb89411

2

mml

PGW allows user to provision more Nodes in A/B digit trees than allowed.

CSCsb99178

2

engine

PGW cores and switches to standby core engine.smartall.

CSCsc00336

2

provision

Same visual ip addresses for sip occur when STANDBY synchronize provision.

CSCsb88904

5

mmlhelp

MML help for query-cic lists range instead of rng as a valid parameter.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa88354

3

mdl-cdr

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

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.

CSCsa82848

6

mdl-q767

Improper Forward Call Indicator in Brazil ISUP change request.

CSCsb28289

6

engine

SIP OPTIONS method outside dialog for 9.4(1).

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.

CSCsb70044

3

mml

mml -b batchfile fails while deleting a gateway.

CSCsb13092

3

provision

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


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolnuman.so

foverd

mmlCommands.xml

search.tbc

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libpolroute.so

pom

libhelp.so

mml

variant.dat

M3UA

IUA

SUA

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs042


Warning If you currently have CSCOgs040 or CSCOgs041 on your PGWs, it is urgent that you upgrade to the latest patch set CSCOgs042/CSCOnn034 as soon as possible.



Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs042 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsc06805

2

engine

Intermittent PGW fail-over.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs041


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs041 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb82020

3

provision

Unable to provision more than 50 D-channels.

CSCsb81504

3

engine

rtrv-cic show SS7 CIC Idle but it is not used for outbound call.

CSCsb09408

6

mdl-lcm

E911 SR Mapping Table Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

mml

di

XECfgParm.dat

migrate_XECfgParm

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

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

CSCsb09408—E911 SR Mapping Table—this feature provides support on the Cisco MGC to connect emergency calls that originate in a SIP network to the appropriate selective router (SR) connected to the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). This feature introduces a mapping table to support the various IAM formats or Centralized Automatic Message Accounting (CAMA) signaling required by the SRs in North America, including the sending of the Emergency Services Query Key (ESQK), which is used by the PSAP to find the calling party location and call-back numbers.

CSCOgs040


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs040 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb63024

2

engine

Incorrect computation of input CPS rate when PGW is in overload state.

CSCsb67059

3

other

CPU data not collected with rtrv-ne-health command for single CPU.

CSCsb75468

3

mml

PGW allows more than two ITP in same group to be provisioned.

CSCsb75474

3

engine

Load sharing does not work between TWO ITP configured in same group.

CSCsb75477

3

m3ua

Only Destinations of the 1st 2 m3uaroutes are associated with m3uakey.

CSCsb67600

3

mdl-sip

Proxy SIP Refer call.

CSCsb51867

3

mmlhelp

M3uakey component - no mmhelp for opc parameter.

CSCsb27839

4

replicator

replication_status.sh returns blank screen if replication is not setup.

CSCsb62621

6

engine

Enhance MCL log message to include cps and source of CPU Utilization.

CSCsb34465

4

mml

mml command TAB help can not provide help for sipproxyport.


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

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa91234

3

mmdb

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

CSCsa92928

3

iocciua

Compiler warnings: IUA and M3UA compiler warnings need to be corrected.

CSCsa90863

3

toolkit

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

CSCef24791

4

toolkit

MGC_Setup displays empty IP Addr.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

.perf_setup

libpolcomp.so

IUA

M3UA

SUA

libhelp.so

replication_status.sh

libeng.so

mmlCommands.xml

mmdb

query.tcl

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs039


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs039 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb56767

2

provision

STANDBY can not come up if in different config than ACTIVE.

CSCsb59615

3

provision

PGW Routes in resultset corrupted after dial plan change.

CSCsb181563

3

mdl-mgcp

G.Clear fails for PGW-HSI calls (PGW selects Echo On and RQNT DTMF-T38).

CSCsb15021

4

other

PGW disk monitor default logic can cause OPT Dir to become full.

CSCsa60241

6

mdl-sip

SIP Remote Party ID support Featurette.

CSCsb56186

6

mdl-pri

Enhancement : early ACM configurable for PRI Sigpath change request.


This patch provides updates to the following:

procM

libxe.so

libpolroute.so

libcmg.so

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

replication_status.sh

diskmonitor

properties.dat

propSet.xml.dat

di

Additional information:

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

CSCsa60241—SIP Remote Party ID Support—this featurette provides support on the Cisco MGC of the ISUP-to-SIP mapping of CLI to SIP Remote Party ID or P-Asserted ID header. It also updates the generic handling of the SIP-to-ISUP and ISUP-to-SIP mapping of calling line identity, generic number, and redirecting number.

This featurette:

Supports the ISUP-to-SIP mapping of CLI to SIP Remote Party ID or P-Asserted

Updates the generic handling of the SIP-to-ISUP and ISUP-to-SIP mapping of calling line identity, generic number, and redirecting number.

Although ISUP-to-SIP is the primary focus, mapping also works for calls from Q.931, QSIG, DPNSS, and H.323 to SIP. The MGC 2200 supports mapping the CLI into the SIP FROM Header, and optionally into the SIP Remote Party ID Header or the P-Asserted-ID on an outgoing SIP trunk group basis.

Provides CLI Information for the Call Diversion or Redirection Information

With the addition of support for the SIGTRAN protocols IUA and SCTP, the Cisco PGW 2200 can now use standard protocols for communication with the media gateways.

For more information, see SIP Remote Party ID Support in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsb56186—Early ACM Configurable for PRI Sigpath —this change request enables the *.FastConnect property for PRI (currently only used in NI2+).

For more information, see Early ACM Configurable for PRI Sigpath in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs038


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs038 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb42300

3

mdl-ni2

Call is not getting released when Restart is never acked.

CSCsb46404

3

mml

For SS7 AOC there is not check for tariffid if it exists or not.

CSCsb49491

3

engine

PGW core dumps when receiving malformed SIP packets.

CSCsb54013

3

iocm

SIP call transfer using REFER method fails.

CSCsb45674

3

mdl-cdr

ITU CDR Tags 3018 and 3019 have incorrect values for Redirecting calls.

CSCsb39112

3

mml

Error for adding a Service w/ custgrpid of GLBL needs to be corrected.

CSCsb12818

6

mdl-cdr

Additional charging fields for redirected calls Featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpxe.so

libxe.so

librudp.so

libmmdb.so

libpom.so

libsa.so

libconvutil.so

libinf.so

libda.so

libengif.so

libpolbase.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

mdl

ca

sim

callver

simWriter

foverd

cfgM

ioChanMgr

almM

procM

mmdbd

measMgr

cdrDmpr

amDmpr

pom

replicator

sagt

mmSAgt

diskmonitor

ISDNIP

SS7

EISUP

ISDNL3

MGCP

SIP

TALI

IUA

M3UA

SUA

LI

ISDNBRI

TCAP

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

mml

libpolroute.so

libpolfiles.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

Additional information:

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

CSCsb12818—Additional Charging Fields for Redirected Calls—this featurette adds support for additional charging fields so that redirected calls can be properly billed. The PGW 2200 stores both the NOA and digits for both the ingress Redirecting Number (RDN) and Original Called Number (OCN) and additional tags for the egress Redirecting Number (RDN) and Original Called Number (OCN) for both the ANSI and ITU PGW 2200 CDRs.

For more information, see Additional Charging Fields for Redirected Calls in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs037


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs037 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb23998

2

ioccisdnrlm

core dump for ISDNIP if the link between gateway and PGW is down.

CSCeh00557

2

iocm

Cant use INAP Global Title when PGW is attached to combined STP/SSP.

CSCsb23414

2

upgrade

PGW 7.4.12 upgrade to 9.5.2 failed.

CSCsb41053

3

provision

PGW component not found COMP=m3uakey10 error when deleting m3ua key.

CSCeg50884

3

engine

SIP Performance Degradation at high CPS.

CSCsb11326

3

dumper

coredump found during the showtime automation test on 9.5.2 gs32 nn26.

CSCsb26886

3

provision

Add IUA support for VXSM.

CSCsb41163

3

other

Info for di on start-up needs to be corrected.

CSCsb44616

3

sccp-tcap

PGW SCCP-TCAP: called address encoding scheme is set to unknown.

CSCee66527

6

other

Starry Night Support for BRI Backhaul featurette.


This patch provides updates to the following:

ISDNIP

SS7

TCAP

libpolcomp.so

libcmg.so

libinf.so

libengif.so

mdl

sim

ca

ioChanMgr

di

extNodeTypes.dat

mmlCommands.xml

libeng.so

libcxn.so

librmg.so

migrate

mml

libpolbase.so

libpxe.so

libxe.so

cdrDmpr

diskmonitor

measMgr

procM

Additional information:

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

CSCee66527—Support for BRI Backhaul featurette—this featurette adds support of new hardware modules for BRI Backhaul on the PGW 2200 as well as the new 28XX and 38XX hardware platforms.

CSCOgs036


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs036 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb42463

2

provision

prov-exp failed after install 9.5(2) gs035 patch.


Additional information:

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

CSCOgs035


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs035 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb17678

3

mml

No mml help for prov-rtrv:sippath.

CSCsb26630

3

mdl-sip

PGW does not use unique tag value in SIP From and To headers.

CSCsb07425

4

mml

Missing ending Double Quotes in mml IOS help command.

CSCsb23030

4

pkg

chk_inv should ignore blank lines.

CSCsb03774

6

install

Convert Data Interrogation Script to Perl to allow easier Sync to 9.6(1).

CSCsb07919

6

mdl-lcm

AOC over PRI tariff based on call duration Featurette.


Additional information:

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

CSCsb07919—AOC Over PRI Tariff Based On Call Duration—this feature enhances the AOC over PRI support (Advice of Charge (AOC) Supplementary Service over PRI/DSS1) feature. It enables the triggering of tariff changes based on the duration of a call. It allows the PGW to support tariff structures like "flat initial rate" or other rate changes that are associated with the length of the call. Additionally, the timers have been extended to support millisecond granularity. The initial charge units are sent at call connection. To allow AOC over PRI tariff changes based on call duration, the PRITARIFF MML component has been enhanced to include 4 new fields. For more information, see AOC over PRI Tariff Based on Call Duration in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs034


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs034 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb16439

3

flovr

foverd error on platform.log when SIP virtual IP configured on PGW.

CSCsb17127

3

flovr

PGW stays in OOS after eri0 cable is removed/inserted and sipFailover=F.

CSCsb20719

3

mml

PGW : The OTG_NUMBERING should allow 32 digits.

CSCsb22179

3

mdl-runtime

AOC not working for more than 3 time changes with leading zeros.

CSCsb23245

3

engine

PGW engine process cores after upgrade to patch 25 system 31.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

foverd

libpolnuman.so

mml

libinf.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

libeng.so

libcxn.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs033


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs033 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb13611

2

ioccsip

Standby PGW cant come up if only SIP is configured.

CSCsb05245

3

mdl-sip

PGW core dump on Big INVITE if debug turned on or MDL trace started.

CSCsb08673

3

engine

MCL Alarm clear log is not displayed in ERROR log.

CSCsb10311

3

engine

PGW : Engine crash at 1cMwriteInteger4CI_6FTArnHRawData__v_.

CSCsb12372

3

mml

PGW:numan-rtrv:bnoa/anoa: displays resulttable name instead of resultset.

CSCeg33908

6

mdl-in

Russian INAP Support featurette.

CSCsa75624

6

provision

Relaxed Provisioning Integrity Rules change request.

CSCsa75634

6

mdl-analysis

Increase AoC per day tariff ranges Featurette.

CSCsa75968

3

mdl-in

IN633129: partyToCharge parm of ApplyCharging msg treated as mandatory.


This patch provides updates to the following:

ioChanMgr

libcmg.so

libinf.so

libeng.so

mml

libpolnuman.so

TCAP

mmlCommands.xml

libpolnuman.so

variant.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCeg33908—Russian INAP Support featurette—This featurette allows service providers in the Russian Federation to use the PGW 2200 as an SSP (with limited functionality). It uses the existing functionality added by the Finnish INAP (FINAP) featurette.

For more information, see Russian INAP in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsa75634—Increase AoC per day tariff ranges featurette—This featurette increases the number of times a tariff can be changed from five to ten times a day.

For BAMS release 3.20, the system crashes when a CDE tag with a length greater than is defined is received. SKIPCDE has been provided that enables BAMS to skip the received CDE and continue processing. This SKIPCDE is only required if you provision more than six charge periods within 24 hours. Skipped CDEs will not be present in the BAMS output.

For more information, see CSCsa92926.

For more information, see Increase AoC Per Day Tariff Ranges in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCsa75624—Relaxed Provisioning Integrity Rules Change Request—This change request removes an intermediate integrity check of provisioning data, so that customers can modify dial plans without having to remove dependencies within the dial plan first, until the time a prov-cpy or prov-dply is performed. The MML command, numan-dlt:dialplan has a new parameter "contentonly", which determines whether or not to remove dial plan content or the whole dial plan. Valid values for this parameter are:

false (default)—keeps the existing behavior that runs a dependency check and deletes the whole dial plan file from the configuration set.

true—cleans all dial plan sections except the service and dpselection section of the dial plan.

For more information, see Relaxed Provisioning Integrity Rules in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs032


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs032 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa98229

3

design

Seeking enhancement to control mapping of S7 calling/charge# to PRI .

CSCsa98823

3

mdl-sip

No Max-Forwards Header in the INVITE-Request.

CSCsa78772

3

mml

Can not DefaultCHGNOA, DefaultCHGNPI and DefaultCHG on NI2+ SigPath.


This patch provides updates to the following:

di

propVal.xsd.dat

propSet.xml.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs031


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs031 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa95263

3

performance

PGW report false queue length congestion.

CSCef57930

3

measm

clr-meas or deleting components are not clearing the measurements.

CSCsa98816

3

engine

MCL printout in platform.log for every message during congestion.

CSCsb02236

3

mml

MML exports profile commands twice.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libeng.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

librmg.so

engine.smartalloc

engine.no_smartalloc

measMgr

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs030


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs030 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsb00382

2

engine

PGW crashes when receives very long Diversion Header in SIP message.

CSCsa70583

3

engine

On cancel graceful RSIP all the SS7 cics are not unblocked.

CSCuk51864

3

mml

NV3 Dchans are shown IS in mml while TCPlink and MGCP link are down.

CSCsa72059

4

other

PGW Start-up Script should ensure it is using .so MDL code.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libinf.so

libcmg.so

librmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

ioChanMgr

.perf_setup

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs029


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs029 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa80300

3

mmlhelp

VXSM support MML IOS help needs uplift on endpoint naming conversion.

CSCsa86440

3

install

After new Install PGW report errors during startup.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

libconvutil.so

libinf.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

almM

pom

replicator

mdl

ca

sim

ISDNIP

SS7

ioChanMgr

mmBatch

TCAP

mml

foverd

callver

simWriter

mmlCommands.xml

di

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs028


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs028 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeh00472

3

sim

Simwriter fails in 9.5(2) to retrieve info during generic analysis.

CSCeg45649

3

provision

delete SS7SUBSYS followed by prov-cpy the application fails over.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libinf.so

ca

sim

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs027


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs027 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa73763

3

provision

Provisioning check: mgcp signaling service iplnk - pri needs checked.

CSCeh00448

3

upgrade

Upgrade to MGC 9.5(2) resets *.disableMeas to false.

CSCeh06626

3

other

With CfgRmDirs = null diskmonitor do not trim directories to 64.

CSCeg61238

6

mdl-lcm

A-Number Mods triggered by CLIP/CLIR Featurette.

CSCsa83579

6

ioccm3ua

Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3 Featurette.

CSCsa66414

2

ioccm3ua

deleting/committing one m3ua association causes other associations INB.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpolcomp.so

migrate_XECfgParm

diskmonitor

mml

libpolnuman.so

propSet.xml.dat

IUA

M3UA

SUA

Additional information:

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

CSCeg61238—A-Number Mods triggered by CLIP/CLIR Featurette—This featurette introduces the ability to modify the A-number based on the Presentation Indicator in the Initial Address Message (IAM) message or its equivalent. In this feature, A-numbers encountering this result in analysis are modified with a user-defined prefix when the value of the stored presentation restriction data indicates that the number is restricted or unavailable. If this is not the case, the A-number is not modified and analysis continues.


Note If additional instances of A-number modification occur as analysis continues, the A-number can be further modified.



Note This feature can be used for SS7 ITU and SS7 UK routes.


CSCsa83579—Support for ITP Signaling GW with Distributed MTP3 Featurette—this featurette tests/documents the upgrade path from SLT to ITP.

CSCOgs026


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs026 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg68563

3

provision

Post Provisioning validation msg display CICs in Hex format.

CSCsa63042

3

mdl-tools

Simwritter report Error: invalid parameter range and coredump.

CSCsa75350

3

other

CPU timer Interval not set to 0 on systems with 1 CPU.


This patch provides updates to the following:

librmg.so

simWriter

callver

.perf_setup

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs025


Caution The patch install script has been updated. You must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches. After copying the script to your directory, you must rename it "patch". The script must be owned by root.

Patch CSCOgs025 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg77754

2

engine

CICs are in wrong state after sta-aud/or PGW restart with MGCP1.0.

CSCsa65894

3

ioccxgcp

After delete and re-add of mgcp gwy mgcp process crashed.

CSCsa66371

3

mdl-analysis

PGW:Rel9.5(2):Call SS7 for Pre-announcement fail on interdigit timer.

CSCeg89855

6

provision

VXSM Support Featurette.

CSCeg27953

6

other

Patch status should show info about the system patch.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcxn.so

MGCP

libpolcomp.so

di

librmg.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

mml

extNodeTypes.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCeg89855—VXSM Support Featurette—This featurette provides support on the Cisco PGW 2200 to extend provisioning and range modification to support PGW 2200 interworking with the VISM or VXSM Media Gateways. It provides the following:

Support external node type VISM (which is the same as the existing node type MGX 8850).

Support external node type VXSM (which is the same as the existing node type MGX 8850).

Support VXSM endpoint name convention: DS/S-0/DS1-#/#@gateway, DS/S-0/DS1-#/*@gateway, and *@gateway

Support hairpin call handing for VISM/VXSM

This feature is supported for use with the following Cisco media gateways:

MGX 8850 Media Gateway

MGX 8880 Media Gateway

For more information, see VXSM Support in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs024


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs024 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeh04376

1

engine

RSIP with long GW names can lead to Buffer Overrun then Engine Core.

CSCeg39436

2

iocm

Dyn prov of mgcp ver is not working.

CSCsa63091

2

engine

engine.smartall has crashed with core everyday.

CSCeg25842

3

configlib

Critical process MOOS error message received during failover.

CSCeg56657

3

mml

prov-exp:all created invalid prov-add:extnode mml with syntax error.

CSCeg74906

3

ioccm3ua

PGW doesnt send to ITP any other network-appearance value than 1.

CSCuk55546

3

provision

Unable to modify CircHopCount property for SS7-UK links.

CSCeh04249

3

ioccxgcp

Need interoperability with 3-rd party NAS that works per RFC2705.

CSCeg71330

3

snmp

PGW send wrong OID to SNMP station if it is rebooted.

CSCeh05670

3

toolkit

TOOLKIT: LogViewer: ../var/log query error hangs Toolkit.

CSCeh02191

4

install

Get [mv: cannot access diskmonitor.sh.old] when uninstalling gs020.

CSCsa66292

3

other

Translation verification tool complains of invalid parameter range.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcxn.so

SS7

TCAP

ioChanMgr

libcmg.so

libpolnuman.so

alarmCats.dat

M3UA

propSet.xml.dat

MGCP

mmSAgt

Filter.tbc

callver

Additional information:

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

CSCeg39436—Dyn prov of mgcp ver is not working—The new mgcp version property is picked up after editing the iplink. Editing the iplink causes sigChanDev.dat or sigChanDevIp.dat to change and forces the ioChanMgr to reload properties.dat and download to the MGCP IOCC.

For more information, see Dynamic Provisioning of MGCP Version Now Supported in the Known Issues and Operational Recommendations section of this document.

CSCOgs023


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs023 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa64640

3

mdl-runtime

Dialplan analysis fails with index larger than 32767.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libengif.so

libinf.so

libinf.a

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

pom

replicator

sagt

mdl

ca

sim

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs022


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs022 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa64002

3

mdl

PGW cores after downgrade to gs018/nn017 on commit config or mdl trace.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libinf.so

libinf.a

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs021


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.


Caution CSCOgs021 corrects a defect in patches CSCOgs019 and CSCOgs020 which causes severe outages. If you have patch CSCOgs019 or CSCOgs020 on your PGW 2200, replace it with patch CSCOgs021 immediately.

Patch CSCOgs021 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCsa60930

2

engine

Can't Make any SS7 calls after a call failed with mgcp 510 Error.


This patch provides updates to the following:

MGCP

libcmg.so

Additional information:

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

For more information regarding this issue, see the Field Notice located at the following url:

http://www-tac.cisco.com/Support_Library/field_alerts/fn61997.html

CSCOgs020


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs020 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg34018

2

ioccli

LI: CalledNum Tap: PGW doesnt provide rtp-port info to MD.

CSCeg52420

3

flovr

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

CSCeg82008

3

procm

PGW switch-over failed to load dialplan.

CSCeg55231

6

other

Diskmonitor should be rewritten to be less CPU intensive.


This patch provides updates to the following:

M3UA

libcxn.so

libcmg.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

.dump_prov

di

foverd

libpem.so

libpolcomp.so

libpxe.so

diskmonitor

pom

procM

Additional information:

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

After installing this patch, the following information displays on application startup:

Validating system and protocol package versions for consistency...please be patient.
Start Data Interrogation (/opt/CiscoMGC/local/di) of data in /opt/CiscoMGC/etc
di: adding engine.SendHardwareBlock = false to /opt/CiscoMGC/etc/XECfgParm.dat
Data Interrogation completed.
Application started

Note This feature is not available in this release at this time. It has been implemented in release 9.3(2) patch CSCOgs042 and will be propagated to release 9.5(2) at a later date.


CSCOgs019


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs019 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg36419

3

engine

CP_ERR_OBJ_PTR_IS_NULL:cmgCallCntrlProcCxt under high load.

CSCeg60520

3

provision

Prov-dply file transfer can time out.

CSCef27813

6

mdl-callctrl

Call Cutoff Timer Update Featurette.

CSCuk55150

2

sccp-tcap

PGW fails To reroute calls on prohibited INAP link.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

pom

replicator

sagt

TCAP

mml

callver

CiscoMGC

migrate

Additional information:

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

CSCef27813—Call Cutoff Timer Update featurette—this featurette enhances the existing Call Cutoff Timer feature to support three units of time—hours, minutes, and seconds. Previously, the timer was set using hours. Now the timer can be configured using hours, minutes, or seconds, but not using a combination of units. The maximum timer value is 48 hours, or 2880 minutes, or 172800 seconds. Call Cutoff Timer can be set on a system-wide basis, using Call Cutoff timer (XECfgParm.dat parameter), or on a per call basis, using an analysis result type to provide the timer value. Valid values are:

For hours, 0 (disabled), 1—48

For minutes, 0 (disabled), 1—2880

For seconds, 0 (disabled), 1—172800

For more information, see Call Cutoff Timer Update in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs018


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs018 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef70434

3

install

Some PGW Boxes not allowing to create dir in /opt/CiscoMGC with mgcu.

CSCeg41961

2

iocm

mgcp links stuck in INB.

CSCuk54722

2

mml

liusr is unable to connect as regards MML session already active.

CSCeg24376

2

engine

Trunk Activation problem after GW Restart.

CSCed63954

3

mml

rtrv-iplnk:tcp* does not work when there are 1000 links configured.

CSCeg07092

3

other

migrateTKGFile is not working for 9.3->9.6 9.4->9.6 format converse.

CSCeg07965

3

pkg

collectdata script needs execute permissions.

CSCeg24197

3

configlib

MML help is incorrectly showing DESC for SESSIONSET.

CSCeg54582

3

engine

Mutex race condition causes engine core dump.

CSCeg55250

3

engine

EISUP message decoded wrong resulting junk sdp.

CSCuk55148

3

mdl-in

wrong inservice.dat file in installation.

CSCeg51561

3

dumper

PGW Incorrect time stamp of CDR file names after switch-over.

CSCeg49361

3

measm

Compiler Warnings: measM when compiled optimized.

CSCuk50553

4

mml

MML guidance text missing for switched-trunk deleting.

CSCuk50855

4

mml

NV3. MML helpline does not offer option to change subunit in DChanne.

CSCuk55276

4

mml

MML help text fails to offer defined DPCs in prov-add:lnkset.

CSCuk55277

4

mml

MML help text doesnt offer SLT as an extnode in prov-add:sessionset.


This patch provides updates to the following:

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

libhelp.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

mml

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs017


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs017 resolves the following caveat number:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg49254

2

engine

Debug statements regarding large SDP cause core.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libpolcomp.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs016


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs016 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg41865

2

engine

engine stops when mgcp gwy is deleted.

CSCeg42757

3

mdl-analysis

PGW patch gs015 intro. probl. with Adv. Screening funct. on SIP/H323.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs015


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs015 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg24554

3

provision

Performance improvements for prov-cpy.

CSCef57930

3

measm

clr-meas or deleting components are not clearing the measurements.

CSCeg27051

3

provision

Routing and Dialplan provisioning performance improvements.

CSCeg35191

3

iocm

PGW coredump generated due to GW deletion operation.

CSCeg35570

3

mml

PGW doesnt modify the Description param for DPNSSPATH.

CSCef20445

4

mml

mml valid range for result type CHARGE dw3.

CSCef20452

4

mml

mml need range check for dw4 for result type IN_TRIGGER.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libxe.so

librudp.so

libpom.so

libda.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libpolfiles.so

measMgr

pom

MGCP

ioChanMgr

mml

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs014


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs014 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg31001

2

ioccc7

MSO_Refused Warm-start-Failed: after call-release on FO attempt.

CSCeg13116

3

engine

PGW2200 : Two invite message with same Call-id created two IAM messages.

CSCeg17875

3

ioccc7

SS7 process core resulted by engine core though.

CSCeg26892

3

engine

PGW coredump when changing from MGCP V0.1 to MGCP v1.0.


This patch provides updates to the following:

EISUP

ISDNL3

ISDNBRI

MGCP

SIP

SS7

IUA

TALI

M3UA

SUA

LI

mml

pom

replicator

sagt

libcmg.so

libeng.so

libcxn.so

librmg.so

libengif.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs013


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs013 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef81408

3

engine

PGW engine under load, shared data between threads could be corrupted

CSCef31736

3

engine

FINAP:TCAP dialog cleared locally but no ABORT to SCP,Mistral

CSCef70368

3

engine

CPU data not collected with rtrv-ne-health command for single CPU

CSCeg01456

3

engine

CP_ERR_OBJ_PTR_IS_NULL in platform.log for SIP terminated calls


This patch provides updates to the following:

librmg.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

pom

replicator

sagt

mml

perf_setup

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs012


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs012 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCeg22733

3

mml

PGW2200: Reduce MML operations involving for prov-cpy

CSCeg22283

3

procm

Large Core File is truncated - work-around


This patch provides updates to the following:

chk_inv

procM

libpolcomp.so

Additional information:

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

CSCOgs011


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs011 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee42378

3

upgrade

CFG_migrated contains XECfgParm.dat - problems when syncing.

CSCee62702

3

provision

prov-ed fails for ANNOUNCEMENT result type for local/remote edit.

CSCef84253

3

ioccxgcp

Compiler warnings need to be fixed in mgcp channel controller.

CSCee59923

6

mdl-lcm

CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931 Featurette.

CSCeg06748

3

engine

engine core dump under load.


This patch provides updates to the following:

libengif.so

libhelp.so

libpolnuman.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libeng.so

librmg.so

pom

replicator

sagt

MGCP

mml

CiscoMGC

mmlCommands.xml

position.dat

presentation.dat

propSet.xml.dat

Additional information:

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

CSCee59923—CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931—This featurette enhances COP Ed 3 behavior to include support for the transit of the UK-specific CBI (CLI Blocking Indicator) parameter over DSS1/Q.931 links.

For more information, see CBI Field Transparency over DSS1_Q931 in the New Features in This Release section of this document.

CSCOgs010


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs010 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCef87146

2

provision

Validation of timer fails at prov-cpy although validation is off.

CSCef75886

3

design

BRI path deploy failed with node C3725.


This patch provides updates to the following:

almM

MGCP

ioChanMgr

sagt

mmSagt

extNodeTypes.dat

libpxelog.so

libcmg.so

libsa.so

.perf_setup

startcia.sh

critagt.cnf

brassd

critagt

fsagt

hostagt

logagt

mib2agt

setany

snmpdm

Additional information:

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

The following featurette was propagated in this patch:

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

Upgrade to new 16.1.0.23 CIAgent

New ALOM support in alarm manager

CSCOgs009


Caution The patch install script might have been updated. If it has been updated, you must copy the script (patch) from http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/mgc-952 to your /opt/SW directory before installing the patches.

Patch CSCOgs009 resolves the following caveat numbers:

Identifier
Severity
Component
Description

CSCee73234

3

toolkit

Toolkit: translation Verify - time routing numbers give errors.

CSCef02775

3

engine

populate SDPInfoInCDR on SIP trunkgrps platform.log fill with error.

CSCef28445

3

mml

Pritariff mml component export error.

CSCef47239

3

ioccc7

SS7 core with unknown cause,Mistral9.5(2)

CSCef53118

3

mmlhelp

ITU2 trunk selection option for glare is not showing on help.

CSCef60717

3

mmlhelp

Incorrect MML IOS help for set-admin-state command.

CSCuk52702

3

provision

PRI AoC:Pricharge table fails to show tariff banding if only 1 band.

CSCef59505

6

mml

New Range for T6 Timer change request.

CSCef70742

6

mmlhelp

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


This patch provides updates to the following:

libpom.so

libengif.so

libpolcomp.so

libpolnuman.so

libpolroute.so

libpolfiles.so

libcmg.so

libcxn.so

libpxelog.so

libpxe.so

libxe.so

librudp.so

librmg.so

libmmdb.so

libda.so

libpolbase.so

libhelp.so

libinf.so

libsa.so

libeng.so

libconvutil.so

chk_inv

replicator

SS7

pom

ca

sim

mml

sagt

engine.no_smartalloc

engine.smartalloc