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Release Notes for Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband, Release 4.1.x
Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband Release 4.1.0
Resolved Caveats, Release 4.1.0
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
Published: December 23, 2013, OL-30591-01
Note This document supports all 4.1.x releases.
The Release Notes for Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband (Cisco SCA BB) describe the enhancements provided in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.1.x:
These release notes are updated, as needed.
For information about the features that were added and issues that were resolved in the Release 4.0.x train, see:
For information about the features that were added and issues that were resolved in the Release 3.7.x train, see:
For further information about related products, see the latest versions of the following release notes:
For the compatibility matrix, see the Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband Download Guide.
This section describes the new protocol support and resolved and open issues pertaining to Cisco SCA BB Release 4.1.0:
The following features are introduced in Release 4.1.0:
Protocol Pack #37 is included in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.1.0.
For details on the protocols supported, see the Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband Protocol Pack Notes and the Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband Reference Guide, Release 4.1.x .
This section describes the resolved caveats in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.1.0.
If you use a less than (<) or a greater than (>) symbol in a URL when configuring flavors, Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband displays an exception message.
You cannot duplicate a package if you select a newly-created quota profile under Quota Management of the package you are trying to duplicate.
If you apply a PQB in Cisco SCE and retrieve it, the protocol signature families are missing in the retrieved PQB file.
Cisco SCE displays an error message if you enter a URL which contains an underscore (_) symbol in Cisco CPA client to retrieve the category ID.
If you reapply a PQB file on Cisco SCE using Cisco SCA BB, it overrides the Aggregated Global Control index of the Global Controller.
The rtmcmd utility hangs when you run it.
The Edit Service Element page on Cisco SCA BB has empty values.
If Cisco SCE is configured with a domain name, when you apply a policy in Cisco SCA BB, Cisco SCA BB sends the user name as null to the TACACS server.
If you disable Anomaly Based Detection in Cisco SCA BB version 3.6.5 and open the PQB file in a later version Cisco SCA BB, all attack filters are enabled by default.
This section describes the open caveats in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.1.0.
If you create a new quota profile with Subscriber SCE API as the Type, attach all services to a quota bucket profile in Cisco SCA BB, create a new service on classification tab, save the configuration as.pqb and open the.pqb file, you can find that the new service does not get reflected to add into a bucket profile.
If you import a CSV file with flavors, HTTPS protocols included in the CSV file are successfully applied to Cisco SCE but the HTTPS flows are classified as HTTP.
VoIP family filter is missing while upgrading from release 3.8.5. VoIP reports will not be generated.
Open the PQB in 3.8.5 SCABB and move the Qik protocol from Video protocol filter to VoIP protocol filter and save the configurations as.pqb file. Now open the saved PQB file in 4.1.0 SCABB, the VoIP protocol filter should be visible.
For information on obtaining documentation, using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (BST), submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html.
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