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Cisco IP/VC 3511 MCU and Cisco IP/VC 3540 MCU Release Notes for Version 3.2.138
June 18, 2004
These release notes describe fixes and resolved caveats for the Cisco IP/VC 3511 Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) version 3.2.138 and Cisco IP/VC 3540 Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) version 3.2.138. Use these release notes in conjunction with version 3.2 of the Cisco IP/VC 3511 MCU and Cisco IP/VC 3540 MCU Module Administrator Guide.
For regulatory and compliance information on these Cisco IP/VC MCUs, refer to the Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for Cisco IP/VC 3500 Products document.
These release notes discuss the following topics:
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This section contains important notes about the IP/VC MCU version 3.2.138.
General issues that have been addressed:
•Mute all participant bug fixed.
•IVR connect timeout bug fixed
•Auto switch mode mechanism improved
•Asymmettrical CP for endpoints with 15 fps capabilities bug fixed
•Minimum switch time for loudest speaker bug fixed
•Voice-only calls are treated as video calls to support video endpoints
•Audio jitter buffer increased
•G.722.1 volume bug fixed
•Calculated tolerance in 1408 Kbps service increased
Web issues that have been addressed
•Change Advanced Invite to different layout but fixed
•Allow user to verify termination of an empty conference when time expires before the conference is populated
•Increaseauto refresh intervals for Conference Control page to 10 seconds
•Improved participant dragging feature in Conference Control pages
•Right-click and phone tool tip bugs in Conference Control page fixed
•Add SNMP community fields to user interface
•http header with content length and body with none/smaller size bug in web server fixed.
•Long URL memory overflow bug in web server fixed
Cascading issues that have been addressed
•T120 reserved ports in cascading bug fixed
•Openning duo video from slave conference bug fixed
•Auto switching mechanism improved
•Improper identification of participant numbers after slave conferences are reconnected in cascaded conference fixed
This section lists caveats that have been resolved in MCU software version 3.2.138. You can search for information about these and other caveats found after this release on the Cisco bug tracking tool, called Bug Toolkit. You must have a Cisco Connection Online (Cisco.com) account to access caveats. To access information about these caveats, enter the URL listed for the caveat in your browser. To access information about other caveats in the Bug Toolkit, open http://www.cisco.com/support/bugtools in your web browser.
Table 2 Open Caveats for Cisco IP/VC MCU Version 2.2.75
Intermittant problen when upgrading from v2.2
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