Protocol Pack #41 is included in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.2.0.
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 4.2.x.
This section describes the resolved caveats in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.2.0.
The following Quota RDRs labels are changed:
- Remaining Quota RDRs to Quota Status
- Quota State Restore to Session Creation RDR
- Quota Threshold to Quota Threshold Breach
If you import the flavor CSV file which includes incorrect protocol with flavor for an already existing PQB file, an error message is thrown.
This section describes the open caveats in Cisco SCA BB Release 4.2.0.
In DS-lite mode, Radius and DHCP flows are bypassed at FD level.
Try adding the ports “67,68,1812,1813,1645,1646” in the Advanced Configuration option in UDP Port IPv6.
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.
There is no workaround.
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.