This document describes the new features, hash digest values, open caveats, and resolved caveats in Version 1.90 for the Cisco D9859 Advanced Receiver Transcoder.
The following lists the new feature for Version 1.90:
Enhancements to PowerVu robustness.
You can generate the hash digest to verify the integrity of the software and FPGA versions running on the D9859 transcoder. For more information on generating the hash digest values, see Cisco D9859 Advanced Receiver Transcoder Installation and Configuration Guide.
The following table lists the official D9859 V1.90 hash digest values.
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
edd457b4 03ccaa84 84635a9e 1704999e 733616a4
If these values do
not match the generated digest values, contact Cisco Services.
This section includes
open and resolved caveats for this release. This section includes the following
The following lists an open caveat in Version 1.90. The caveat ID can be searched using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch), where you can find details about the caveat.
Possible erroneous ASI muting and unmuting messages, without specific reasons in the upstream.
Distorted SD subtitle is displayed when SD output (H-Res) is set to 528, 544, or 480.
The following lists a resolved caveat in Version 1.90. The caveat ID can be searched using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch), where you can find details about the caveat.
Custom SI Recv mode, with Service List Degraded and NIT enabled, leads to local decode loss.
Default NIT PID of 16 should be configured if PAT does not signal NIT PID.
DPM should use NIT PID signaled in PAT when requesting for NIT.
DPM: PAT regeneration needs protection from illegal CA PID number.
Issues with audio not descrambled or decoded, and delayed channel authorization.