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Cisco SCOS Release 5.2.0 for Cisco SCE platforms contains new features, as well as fixes for issues that were identified during internal testing and customer interaction.
This document outlines the functional enhancements and resolved issues delivered in Cisco SCOS Release 5.2.0. It assumes that the reader has substantial knowledge of the Cisco Service Control solution. For more information Cisco SCE products and features, see the Cisco SCE documentation.
To access the new Cisco Service Control online documentation site, do the following:
2. From the Products list, select Service Exchange > Cisco Service Control > Cisco Service Control Product.
Limitations and Restrictions
Port Scan on Cisco SCE
When you perform a port scan operation on the Cisco SCE platform management port, the platform may experience a reboot. This reboot occurs because of scheduling optimization for detecting failover conditions during periods of less than one second in a configuration involving two cascaded Cisco SCE platforms. We recommend the following:
Use IP access lists to eliminate port scans that take place because of actual attacks.
If the system administrator must perform a port scan operation as part of the security check, we recommend that you disable the Cisco SCE watchdog only for the period during which the port scan is performed.
To disable the Cisco SCE watchdog, use the following root-level CLI commands:
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