This document describes the new
features, improvements, resolved caveats, and open caveats in Version 2.30 for
the Cisco D9865 Satellite Receiver.
The following lists the new feature
for Version 2.30.
Added the capacity for the uplink
system to disable HD video output from the component and HDMI ports using the
Cisco PowerVu Network Center (PNC) Transcoder Configuration Profile (D9865-D
and D9865-H models only).
The following improvement is included
in Version 2.30.
D9865-D web browser compatibility
Google Chrome - Not supported.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 6, 7, 8, 9 - Not tested.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 10 and 11 - Supported, with
compatibility mode enabled.
Mozilla Firefox Version 41 and 42 - Supported, but other
versions are not tested.
This section includes open and
resolved caveats for this release. This section includes the following topics.
The following is a list of open caveats in Version 2.30. 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 and workarounds.
The unit may discard all settings after an uncontrolled power
cycle during Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) storage activity. If this occurs, you
must manually re-configure the unit. During lab validation, this issue was
observed once in 14,000 unit power cycles. No customer reports of this issue
have been received.
Resolved Caveats -
The following is a list of resolved caveats in Version 2.30. 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.
When the unit powers on, it may revert to Safe App, instead of
the selected Erasable App. This may occur after you power cycle the unit. The
probability of this occurrence is extremely low. No customer reports of this
issue have been received.
Low speed data PID may drop packets under specific conditions
720P video services and high bit rate serial data (19200
bps or higher)
low speed data stream contains successive back-to-back
During a leap year, the EPG data display may appear blank when
moving from the last day of the month to the first day of the next month. This
only affects the D9865 with EPG feature and EPG data present in the received
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