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Before you begin to
install the software, you must check whether your system meets the minimum
software and hardware requirements.
Core i5, i7, or faster processor. A minimum of 4 GB RAM, 100 GB hard disk with
250 MB of available hard drive space.
One of these
Windows Server 2008, or later
Apple Mac OS
workstation with Solaris Version 9 or 10 on an UltraSPARC-III or faster
processor, with a minimum of 1 GB RAM and a minimum of 250 MB of available hard
Critical Bug Fixes
in Release 10.0.1.2
The following critical issues have
been resolved in Release 10.0.1.2:
The USB-WRITE-FAIL alarm is
raised on the node controller when a bulk performance monitoring parameter
query is run on a large multi-shelf configuration.
The OTUK-LOF alarm is raised on the trunk port of the 100G-LC-C card
and 100G-CK-C cards configured in transponder mode.
Critical Bug Fixes
in Release 10.0.1.1
critical issues have been resolved in Release 10.0.1.1:
release cannot be upgraded to 10.0.1.
10.0 and 10.0.1 releases
are vulnerable to OpenSSL vulnerabilities documented at CVE-2014-0076 and
CVE-2014-3470. The 10.0.1.1 release contains the fix for the vulnerabilities.
Critical Bug Fixes
in Release 10.0.1
critical issues have been resolved in Release 10.0.1:
circuit cannot be created in CTC when the working and protect Protection
Switching Module (PSM) is on the same omni-directional side.
On a ONS 15454
M6 shelf with a single control card, the shelf controller loses its
configuration after a software upgrade or a control card reset.
When the user
launches CTC using JRE 1.7, Java security warnings for self-signed certificates
and untrusted libraries do not appear.
New Features for Release 10.0.1
This section highlights new features for Release 10.0.1. For detailed
documentation of each of these features, see the user documentation.
The 100G-CK-C and 100ME-CKC cards
support the CPAK-100G-SR10 client interface for the 2x40GE payload.
enhancements have been introduced in Release 10.0.1.
The user can create the OCH
Trail circuit using the Network Functional View (NFV) of the virtual
transponder (VTXP) on the router’s UNI-C interface. CTC can set the circuit
constraints on the UNI interface before configuring the UNI-C interface on the
CTC supports performance
monitoring at ODU layer in VTXP router node view.
If loopback is configured on
the VTXP port, CTC prevents the creation of OCHCC circuit and displays a
CTC discovers routers only
when the UNI interface is enabled on the VTXP port on the MSTP node.
The user can configure the
expected circuit wavelength for VTXP using CTC.
The user can regenerate a
circuit that is created from UNI interface or VTXP.
The user can create a GMPLS
UNI circuit when VTXP UNI is enabled in CTC.
The user can either specify
a mandatory or preferred wavelength for routing while creating the GMPLS
circuit using CTC.
The user can upgrade an
existing GMPLS circuit from the legacy signaling to the new signaling that
supports the LOGO (Local Optimization Global Optimization) and regeneration
features on the GMPLS circuit.
This section contains
a list of new commands, command syntax changes, and command response changes
that have been introduced in Release 10.0. For detailed information on TL1, see
Cisco NCS TL1 Command
No new commands are
added in Release 10.0.1.
The syntax of these
commands have changed in Release 10.0.1:
responses of these commands have changed in Release 10.0.1:
Cisco Bug Search
Use the Bug Search
Tool (BST) to view the list of outstanding and resolved bugs in a release.
BST, the online
successor to Bug Toolkit, is designed to improve the effectiveness in network
risk management and device troubleshooting. The tool allows partners and
customers to search for software bugs based on product, release, and keyword,
and aggregates key data such as bug details, product, and version. The tool has
provision to filter bugs based on credentials to provide external and internal
bug views for the search input.
You will be
prompted to log into Cisco.com. After successful login, the Bug Toolkit page
To search for
10.010.0.1 bugs, enter the
following parameters in the page:
Search For ―
15454 in the text box.
Enter the appropriate release number.
Show Bugs ―
Fixed in these Releases.
the search results include bugs with all severity levels and statuses, and bugs
that were modified during the life cycle of the bug. After you perform a
search, you can filter your search results to meet your search requirements.
set of 25 search results is shown in the bottom pane. Drag the scroll bar to
display the next set of 25 results. Pagination of search results is not
Use this document in
conjunction with the other release-specific documentation listed in this table:
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