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Release Notes for Cisco SD-WAN Cloud onRamp for Colocation Solution, Release 20.9.1


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New and Enhanced Features

This section lists the new and modified features that are supported on the Cisco SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp for Colocation solution.

  • Day-N Expansion of Cluster Resource Pools: This feature supports editing selective resource pool parameters when the cluster state is active.

  • Common Port Channel for Ingress and Egress Traffic: This feature introduces a common port channel for ingress and egress traffic from the time of creation of a colocation cluster. This feature facilitates an uninterrupted traffic flow by bringing all connected member links into a single port channel on the catalyst switch, which in turn load balances the traffic. The ingress port number is used to create a single port channel.

    After creating the single port channel, ensure that the topology changes required for an uninterrupted traffic flow are made.

Important Note

Deactivate cluster workflow is not supported: The workflow to deactivate a cluster and then subsequently activate the cluster is not supported through vManage. Therefore, it is recommended to delete and recreate the cluster, instead.

Resolved and Open Bugs

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Bugs for Cisco SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp for Colocation Solution Release 20.9.1

This section details all fixed and open bugs for this release. These are available in the Cisco Bug Search Tool through the Resolved Bug Search.

Resolved Bugs for Cisco vManage

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

Bud ID



Delete CSP (with CCM) followed by Add CSP - MT Cluster failed - Infra Exception


Adding CSP after CCM hosting CSP for MT cluster is deleted, CCM is stuck in "Initializing State"


Cisco vManage Cluster-CCM is stuck in "Initializing" state after delete/add of CSP

Resolved Bugs for Device

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

Bud ID



CoRC: NFVIS pnic in down state causing some data traffic failure in MT cluster


After factory default reset, hostname is stuck at factory-reset

Open Bugs for Cisco vManage

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

Bug ID



SCHM chain status details are slashed


Delete CSP does not show the service group name in the error messages in some cases


Clicking on Delete CSP in Edit cluster page does not delete the CSP


Cluster is in Pending state even after the CCM task is marked failed


Support de-activate and re-activate of existing cluster


vnf-ha-net reused causing HA formation to FAIL

Open Bugs for Device

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

Bug ID



Detach and attach of service chain during cntrl flap following by sync - Can't update SRIOV network


MT cluster - SingleVNF shared chain egress interface ping fails randomly


CSP becomes unreachable during SG detach


On MT (shared) CloudDock cluster secondary ASAv's inside IP is not pingable in c8kv-asav(l3 HA)-c8kv

Software Requirements Matrix

Software Matrix

The following are the supported versions for Cisco Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software, Cisco vManage, Cisco vBond Orchestrator, Cisco vSmart Controller, and Cisco Catalyst 9500 switches.



Cisco vManage Cisco vManage Release 20.9.1
Cisco vBond Orchestrator Cisco SD-WAN Release 20.9.1
Cisco vSmart Controller Cisco SD-WAN Release 20.9.1

Cisco Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS)

Release 4.9.1

Cisco Catalyst 9500-40X and Cisco Catalyst 9500-48Y4C Release 17.3.1, 17.3.3

Firmware Version (CIMC)

Release 4.2(2a)

All release-specific information for Cisco vSmart Controllers, Cisco vBond Orchestrators, Cisco vManage is included in Cisco SD-WAN Release Notes.

The supported VNFs and Cisco PNFs in this solution are:


You must procure license for the required VNFs. Alternatively, you can choose to bring your own Day-0 configuration and repackage the VNFs, if required.

Table 1. Validated Cisco VNFs



Cisco CSR1000V

17.1.1, 17.2, 17.3.1a

Cisco Catalyst 8000V

17.4.1a, 17.5.1a, 17.6.1a, 17.7.1a, 17.8.1a

Cisco IOS XE SD-WAN Device

16.12.2r, 17.2.1r, 17.3.1a

Cisco ASAv

9.12.2, 9.13.1, 9.15.1, 9.16.3, 9.17.1

Cisco FTDv/NGFW, 6.5.0-115, 6.6.3, 7.1.0-90

Cisco vEdge Cloud Router

19.2.1, 20.1.1, 20.3.1, 20.4.1, 20.5.1, 20.6.1, 20.7.1, 20.8.1

Table 2. Validated Cisco PNFs



Cisco ASR 1000 Series

17.1, 17.2, 17.3, 17.6.1, 17.7.1a, 17.8.1a