About Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers


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Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers are Cisco routers deployed as managed service provider routers, enterprise edge routers, and service provider edge routers. These routers use an innovative and powerful hardware processor technology known as the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor.

Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers run the Cisco IOS XE software and introduce a distributed software architecture that moves many operating system responsibilities out of the IOS process. In this architecture, Cisco IOS, which was previously responsible for almost all of the internal software processes, now runs as one of many Cisco IOS XE processes while allowing other Cisco IOS XE processes to share responsibility for running the router.

ROMmon Release Requirements

The following table provides information about field-replaceable units (FRUs) of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers supported in each ROMmon release.

Table 1. Supported ROMmon Releases for ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers FRUs

FRU

16.2 (1r)

16.2(2r)

16.3 (2r)

16.7 (1r)

16.9(4r)

16.9(5r)

ASR 1000 RP2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

ASR 1000 RP3

Yes

Yes

Yes

ASR 1001-X

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1002-X

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1001-HX

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1002-HX

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- ESP20

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- ESP40

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- ESP100

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- ESP200

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- SIP40

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- 2T+ 20x 1GE

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- 6TGE

Yes

Yes

-

ASR 1000- MIP100

Yes

Yes

-

The following table lists the minimum ROMmon release supported for RP and ESP FRUs in Cisco IOS XE 16.x.x releases.

Table 2. Minimum ROMmon Release Supported for RP and ESP FRUs

Cisco IOS XE Release

ASR 1000 RP2

ASR 1000 RP3

ASR 1000-ESP20

ASR 1000-ESP40

ASR 1000-ESP100

ASR 1000-ESP200

16.2.x

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.3.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.4.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.5.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.6.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.7.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.8.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.9.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

16.10.x

15.2(1r)S

16.3(2r)

XNC

15.0(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

15.3(1r)S

The following table lists the minimum ROMmon release supported for other FRUs in each Cisco IOS XE 16.x.x release.

Table 3. Minimum ROMmon Release Supported for Other FRUs

Cisco IOS XE Release

ASR 1001-X

ASR 1002-X

ASR 1001-HX

ASR 1002-HX

ASR 1000-2T+20 x1GE

ASR 1000-6TGE

ASR 1000-MIP100

ASR 1000-SIP40

16.2.x

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(2r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.2(1r)

16.3.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.4.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.5.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.6.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.7.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.8.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.9.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S

16.10.x

15.4(2r)S

15.5(3r)S1

16.2(2r)

16.2(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

15.5(3r)S1

15.3(1r)S


Note

Due to the effect of CSCve29180 on Cisco ASR 1002-X Router, it is recommended that the ROMMON release on Cisco ASR 1002-X Router be upgraded to 16.7(1r).


The following table lists the recommended ROMmon release for RP and ESP FRUs in each Cisco IOS XE 16.x.x release.

Table 4. Recommended ROMmon Release for RP and ESP FRUs

Cisco IOS XE Release

ASR 1000 RP2

ASR 1000 RP3

ASR 1000-ESP20

ASR 1000-ESP40

ASR 1000-ESP100

ASR 1000-ESP200

16.2.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.4.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.5.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.6.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.7.x

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.8.x

16.9(5r)

16.9(5r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.9.x

16.9(5r)

16.9(5r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.10.x

16.9(5r)

16.9(5r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

The following table lists the recommended ROMmon release for other FRUs in each Cisco IOS XE 16.x.x release.

Table 5. Recommended ROMmon Release for Other FRUs

Cisco IOS XE Release

ASR 1001-X

ASR 1002-X

ASR 1001-HX

ASR 1002-HX

ASR 1000-2T+20x 1GE

ASR 1000-6TGE

ASR 1000-MIP100

ASR 1000-SIP40

16.2.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.4.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.5.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.6.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.7.x

16.3(2r)

16.7(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.8.x

16.9(1r)

16.7(1r)

16.9(1r)

16.9(1r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.9.x

16.9(4r)

16.7(1r)

16.9(4r)

16.9(4r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.10.x

16.9(4r)

16.7(1r)

16.9(4r)

16.9(4r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

16.3(2r)

New Features and Important Notes

New and Changed Information

The following sections list the new hardware and software features that are supported on the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers.

New Software Features in Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.1a

The following are the new software features introduced in Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers for Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.1a

Important Notes

The following sections contain important notes about Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers.

Caveats

Open and Resolved Bugs

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Caveats in Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar Release 16.10.x

Resolved Caveats—Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.2

All resolved bugs for this release are available in the Cisco Bug Search Tool through the Resolved Bug Search.

Caveat ID Number

Description

CSCvm76464

ASR1k crash due to QoS in case of 4k subscribers per subinterface

CSCvn00277

ASR 1006-X RP2: Standby RP Crashed after configuring license boot level adventerprise command.

CSCvn02171

HOLE is not created when acl default passthrough command is configured.

CSCvn30138

Crash with show service-insertion service-context command in AppNav Cluster

CSCvn38590

CTS policies download fails with Missing/Incomplete ACEs error

CSCvn72973

Device is getting crashed on the cts role-based enforcement

CSCvo00968

Radius attr 32 NAS-IDENTIFIIER not sending the FQDN.

CSCvo03458

PKI "revocation check crl none" does not fallback if CRL not reachable

CSCvo24170

Crash due to chunk corruption in ISIS code

CSCvo25785

Crash on an LNS router in process ACCT Periodic Proc

CSCvo27553

PKI incorrect fingerprint calulation during CA authentication

CSCvo38985

Crash at the VRF configuration

Open Caveats—Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.1a

All open bugs for this release are available in the Cisco Bug Search Tool through the Open Bug Search.

Caveat ID Number

Description

CSCvm25851

qfp-bqs-internal ucode still crashes with fix in CSCvc35307

CSCvm39485

Small clock changes or time drifts can cause GETVPN TBAR drops (GDOI/IPSEC-PI)

CSCvm46362

ASR1k node in HA pair might crash due to punt-keepalive failures

CSCvm51112

"clear crypto sa vrf MyVrf" triggers crash after updating pre-shared-keys

CSCvm55018

A control plane 'delete' command to flush the queue is not being drained out of the command queue

CSCvm57021

Crash in CENT-MC-0 process after Doubly-linked list corruption

CSCvm76452

IPSec background crash while sending SNMP trap

CSCvm78937

ASR1K crash when running 'show ip nhrp brief"

CSCvm91323

Router crash with reload reason: LocalSoftADR and core file generated 'cpp-mcplo-ucode'

CSCvm93589

Performance Monitor not working when "collect transport round-trip-time" is configured

CSCvm93794

FlexVPN MPLS - label in CEF not added when shortcut to hub is created (by glitch)

CSCvm99745

Can't configure multiple CFM IP SLA with the same source MEP on ISR1k,ISR4k,ASR1k

CSCvm99778

IOS-PKI: grant auto trustpoint <tp_name> does not work with IOS Sub CA

CSCvn01894

ASR1k IF down/up happen when config "plim ethernet vlan filter disable" with copper SFP

CSCvn09472

cpp_cp_svr memory leak in module: IPHC Svr Info_st

CSCvn12253

Software crash due to watchdog after entered switchport command.

CSCvn14454

iWAN router PDP crash

CSCvn15214

Device registered to CSSM loosing the registration on upgrade from 16.06.04 CCO SL-mode to 16.10.01

CSCvn17037

Anyconnect Profile Download: ASR1001-X crashes when it receives an incoming SSL VPN connection

CSCvn17655

Removing ip flow monitor from an interface caused ESP crash

CSCvn19382

Crash after comparing tunnel FIB entries

CSCvn20629

Hseck9 license not displayed as consumed on CSSM portal after DLC conversion

CSCvm78104

AVC feature not shown in use when configured in CSL mode

CSCvn10596

Device is not registering to the CSSM portal move from 16.6.4s SL to the 16.10.1a SL only image.

CSCvn17114

ASR1K: Unable to retrieve the information error on standby RP with ISSU downgrade.

CSCvn21716

SW Redundancy and Firewall coming in DLC Path in SL Only mode

CSCvn06412

IPSEC License not consumed on ASR1001-X

CSCvn01251

1610_SL_Only: Router hangs when downgrading from 16.10 to 16.6.4 CCO image (SL Registered)

Resolved Caveats—Cisco IOS XE Gibraltar 16.10.1a

All resolved bugs for this release are available in the Cisco Bug Search Tool through the Resolved Bug Search.

Caveat ID Number

Description

CSCuv90519

IKEv2 session fails to come up after tunnel source address change

CSCvb03610

Watchdog crash after "% AAA/AUTHEN/CONT: Bad state in aaa_cont_login()."

CSCve14080

Error message "LID: Handle 0x0 is invalid" filling console logs

CSCvg32796

External Interface on the PfR MC stuck in the shutdown state

CSCvg54267

Cisco IOS and IOS XE Software Cisco Discovery Protocol Denial of Service Vulnerability

CSCvg56110

Error and pending objects when mma policy flap with egress monitor for multi-VRF case

CSCvh49364

PFRv3 Incorrect time-stamp in traffic-class router change history

CSCvh49380

PFRv3 Incorrect reported value of TCA threshold in traffic-class router change history

CSCvh57657

NAT MIB not populated when using traditional NAT

CSCvh59431

Byte counters for physical interface and subinterface don't match

CSCvh77310

Wrong initial number of DPD incrementing error counter.

CSCvh97101

NAT-HA on Cisco 2900s breaks if it is asymmetric routing.

CSCvi32156

Router crashes when DMVPN tunnel moves accoss ports

CSCvi50061

Evaluate NTP February 2018 Vulnerabilities.

CSCvi58996

Several OID from CISCO-CLASS-BASED-QOS-MIB stop working when performing upgrade to Denali-16.3.x

CSCvi63840

vif interface counters do not increment with multicast service reflection on IOS-XE

CSCvi79674

CPP 0 failure Stuck Thread resulting in Unexpected Reboot

CSCvi90729

IKEv2 CoA does not work with ISE (coa-push=TRUE instead of true)

CSCvi93967

EEM: event mat mac-address not triggered on router with NIM-ES2-8-P

CSCvi93972

IWAN versions with prefix tracking only allow prefix splitting for internet and not enterprise

CSCvi94425

TBAR issues on KS after running "clear crypto gdoi ks coop role"

CSCvi96874

ASR1001 has crashed with cgm_avlmgr_find_node

CSCvi97054

When configured vlan unlimited with port-channel subinterface, statistics does not increment

CSCvj01098

Evaluation of IOS-XE and IOS for OpenSSL CVE-2018-0739 and CVE-2018-0733

CSCvj02081

CPP crash on L2TP router

CSCvj03263

H225 gatekeeper request dropping under "ALG PARSER" with ZBF

CSCvj06391

Recommit of CSCvg77924 - FRR feature not working in ESP100 & ESP200

CSCvj06493

NAT ALG ASR1K does not translate call id 0 of PPTP client correctlly.

CSCvj06909

Reverse-route configuration is unsupported under gdoi crypto map

CSCvj08248

Packet throughput drops down when enable tunnel visibility with single tcp flow(>1MPPS)

CSCvj11876

Provide Passthrough Reason in IOS-XE for AppNav

CSCvj12370

cpp_cp_svr crash in bqs while running QMRT test tool.

CSCvj13382

IOS-XE FIPS mode is enabled by default in QFP even if it is not enabled in CLI

CSCvj15262

ASR1k with stateful nat conf, mapping ID got locked after vrf delete

CSCvj16489

Enabling IPSec Anti-Replay with SNS in an IPSec profile enables it globally.

CSCvj17682

MAC filtering incorrectly set on builtin ports of ISR4300

CSCvj23301

IOS: Crypto Ruleset fails to get deleted

CSCvj25678

Crash after failing to modify xcode

CSCvj29593

debug platform condition start causes keepalive failures with Vasi interface

CSCvj31705

ASR1k unexpected crash when appNav holds a stale pointer.

CSCvj37835

EPA-1X100GE/CPAK-100G-SR4 stays in a down/down state after a reset.

CSCvj41550

default channel operation state changing from I/O to D/O failed when zero-sla enabled

CSCvj47957

Packet trace does not work with re-injected UTD packets

CSCvj51510

Crash after service-policy APPNAV change on WAAS instance

CSCvj53634

The OID - adslAtucCurrOutputPwr returns incorrect output.

CSCvj57502

Memory leak@CENT-BR-0 when change the path label frequently

CSCvj61603

"dtmf-interworking rtp-nte" command breaking software MTP.

CSCvj63450

router crashed with '%SYS-2-NOPROCESS: No such process 158 -Process= "SC CMM Recv Process"'

CSCvj67042

LAN Switches does not learn the right ED upon OTV failover

CSCvj67623

DNS ALG will not work when trying to match specific destination hosts

CSCvj70568

FlexVPN || DHCP entries not flushing for ikev2 timed out reconnect sessions

CSCvj71853

"sdavc_ppdk.pack force" command not accepted during boot up

CSCvj72273

GETVPN Key Servers after split may generate TEK with same SPI but different key material

CSCvj76662

GetVPN TBAR failure does not generate syslogs

CSCvj78083

Path of Last Resort Sending Probes in Standby State

CSCvj78551

ASR1001X @incorrect traffic statistics reported of port-channel sub interface using SNMP.

CSCvj80490

ASR1001-X: Investigate "license request failed , err=0x22" seen at Manufacturing test

CSCvj84104

PLR channel is not muted for some time

CSCvj84155

Policy configuration changed under AppNav Cluster failed to push down

CSCvj84158

PfRv3: BR May Crash due to Channel Creation/Modification and Next-Hop State (Copied from CSCva72274)

CSCvj86316

Different ISP name smartprobes are received in branch WAN interface, the channel cannot detect

CSCvj88138

VASI NAT: FTP ALG translation is sometimes failed

CSCvj88805

ASR1K - No kernel/coredump generated with watchdog reload event

CSCvj90426

Dash i2c Kernel message outputted during boot up

CSCvj90814

Crash due to Memory corruption in ISR4k

CSCvj91448

PKI:-IP address parsing issue while printing the subject name if classless IP is used in Trustpoint

CSCvj94133

ASR1001-X : netconf interface goes into oper down state afer reboot tests

CSCvj94863

Channel with wrong label may be created on hub border

CSCvj95361

Crashed due to process = IPSec background proc

CSCvj97483

ASR 1009/1013 (ESP200) will drop traffic when a rate limiting packets at 67.104gbps

CSCvj99489

standby router shows warning message as image is missing when image in present in active and standby

CSCvj99599

Traceback Generated While Placing Bulk Conference Call on SM-X-PVDM-3000

CSCvk00895

double exception in ipv4_nat_icmp_lookup_embedded

CSCvk02072

Hoot-n-holler multicast traffic marked with DSCP 0

CSCvk04614

ASR1K not reachable by Unicast on Port-Channel Sub interfaces when EVC + Sub-interface is configured

CSCvk12152

Unable to remove command 'ip nat inside destination'

CSCvk12448

ESP crash due to fatal error

CSCvk15062

Modification to ZBFW access-lists do not reflect in TCAM

CSCvk17777

ASR1001X - when using VRF NAT port used for ftp data is not freed

CSCvk26109

ISAKMP using UDP500 rather peer(translated) port from peer structure while initiating IKE SA for DPD

CSCvk26471

NG: Ping fails after cahanging Copper SFP to Fiber SFP on 1GE built-in interface.

CSCvk27007

MGCP status remains Down after IOS upgrade caused by CSCvh70570

CSCvk29692

DSP detected FXO "supervisory disconnect dualtone mid-call" is treated as CNG tone

CSCvk30939

Memory corruption at PKI Session End

CSCvk34152

Invalid throughput level in the "show version" output

CSCvk47929

IOS XE 16.08.01 - monitor capture missing packets (TCP ACKed unseen sgmts)

CSCvk51560

Fixed ISR: Increase Maximum Configurable VLAN# and STP# from 32 to 63

CSCvk53938

IOS-XE : IPv6 ACL for Tunnel QoS not matched

CSCvk56331

Initial contact in IKEv1 phase 2 rekey (QM1) causes all crypto sessions to drop

CSCvk58746

Unexpected reboot when ipv6 crypto map applied to several tunnel interfaces

CSCvk62278

DSCP value for MGCP signaling traffic cannot be configured

CSCvk62742

On demand PCM captures Fail on some IOS-XE versions

CSCvk63602

WAAS Policy Configuration push may caused AppNav Class-maps programming issue in TCAM

CSCvk63706

Active RP3 hard oir can cause module to go UNKNOWN

CSCvk65072

Crash due ZBF + NAT

CSCvk66712

[UniScale] CSR1v may crash in hal_process_ipc when performing "clear ip nat tr *" with max NAT pools

CSCvk67137

Crash observed on ASR1002-X @ fnf_age_recalculate_record_len with AVC performance monitor config

CSCvk70428

Router crashed when enrollment type changed from http to pem in between certificate request process

CSCvm03696

ISDN PRI calls getting dropped with cause 47 because of bad interaction between CDAPI and TSP layers

CSCvm03744

"%FMFP-3-OBJ_DWNLD_TO_DP_FAILED:fman_fp_image:xxx" appears when configured "ip port-map" on ISR44xx.

CSCvm06270

ICMP unrechables are not sent to the client on C1117 platform

CSCvm16619

CPP-mcplo-ucode crash while encrypting SIP packets with ALG NAT for SIP

CSCvm19399

CRL file is getting overwritten when PKI server turns up after reload

CSCvm20374

Polaris Router - CPUHog - SNMP ENGINE crashed with Watchdog timeout

CSCvm36190

Traceback seen when attempting to recover sw port from bpduguard err-disable state

CSCvm44488

ASR1001-HX 10GE SFP+ ports may operate as 1000Mbps

CSCvm49190

Hairpin call to PSTN fails with primary-net5 switch-type on ISR4k.

CSCvm56670

ACL dropping packets after updating it - %CPPEXMEM-3-NOMEM

CSCvm57644

Small clock changes or time drifts can cause GETVPN TBAR drops (Crypto-DP)

CSCvm57817

ASR1002-X crash due to ccp_cp_svr going into lockdown state.

CSCvm59483

Host crashes the DSP if ipv6 commands are configured under Service-Engine [Purge ipv6 config option]

CSCvm66103

Crash due to communication failure - IPC (Inter-Procedure Call) messages between DSP and RP.

CSCvm96663

An IOS-XE router crashes after umbrella is configured.

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