Cisco Open SDN Controller 1.2 Release Notes
First Published: September 16, 2015 Introduction
These release notes
provide an overview of Open SDN Controller 1.2 and describe how to access the
known issues in this release.
Figure 1. Open SDN
Controller Platform Overview
Provides a hardened, validated, and supported OpenDaylight
Allows you to configure multiple controller nodes to act as
one in order to ensure the controller's continuous operation.
Provides features such as log collection, metrics
collection, and system monitoring.
Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) packaging
Enables simplified installation and deployment flexibility.
Cisco DevNet Integration
Provides access to the Open SDN Controller application
development environment. For more information, visit
IP/MPLS and OpenFlow network support
Integrated application support of IP/MPLS and OpenFlow
Northbound Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs
Support application integration to the network.
Network services Java APIs
Enable the creation of embedded functions to deliver custom
Southbound device plug-ins
Connect virtual and physical network elements, supporting
heterogeneous network environments.
The following table lists the
devices supported by Open SDN Controller and the software required to operate
Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
Cisco ASR 9001, 9904, 9006, 9010, 9912, and 9922
Cisco IOS XR 5.2.0, with OpenFlow 1.0 and 1.3 and Border
Gateway Protocol Link State (BGPLS)
Cisco IOS XR 5.3.0L, with Path Computation Element
Communication Protocol (PCEP)
Cisco Nexus 3000 Series Switches
Cisco Nexus 3016Q, 3048, 3064X, 3064-32T, 3064T, 3132Q,
3172PQ, and 3172TQ
When editing an installed
feature’s configuration file to update that feature's password, ensure that you
enter a plain text password. For example, you would do the following to change
the password for the netconf-connector-all feature:
Navigate to the /opt/cisco/controller/etc/opendaylight/karaf
directory and open 99-netconf-connector.xml in a text editor.
Locate the following line and enter the appropriate plain text
Open SDN Controller will automatically encrypt the new password
and update the configuration file with the encrypted password.
not use the percent sign (%) in any password you configure.
You will not be able to log in to Open SDN Controller with a password that
contains this character.
For more information on a specific
bug or to search for all bugs in Open SDN Controller, use the Bug Search tool.
At the Log In screen, enter
your Cisco.com username and password; then, click
The Bug Search page opens.
Do one of the following:
To search for a specific bug, enter the bug ID in the Search
For field and press
To search for bugs in the current release:
In the Search For field, enter
Cisco Open SDN Controller 1.2 and
The search result may also display the bugs of other
When the search results are displayed, use the filter
tools to find the types of bugs you are looking for.
You can search for bugs by modified date, status,
severity, and so forth.
To export the results to a spreadsheet, click
Export Results to Excel.
Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
For information on
obtaining documentation, using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (BST), submitting a
service request, and gathering additional information, see
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