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Release Notes for Cisco D9854/D9854-I, D9858, and D9824 Receiver/Decoder for Software Version 4.52

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Release Notes for Cisco D9854/D9854-I, D9858, and D9824 Receiver/Decoder for Software Version 4.52

Contents

Introduction

New Features

Upgrading the Units

Hash Digest Values

Caveats

Open Caveats - Version 4.52

Resolved Caveats - Version 4.52

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

Release Notes for Cisco D9854/D9854-I, D9858, and D9824 Receiver/Decoder for Software Version 4.52

First Published: 2015-06-24

Introduction

This document describes the new features, hash digest values, resolved caveats, and open caveats in software Version 4.52 for the Cisco D9854/D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver, D9858 Advanced Receiver Transcoder, and D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver.

New Features

The following lists a new feature for Version 4.52.

Added the HEVC video type in the video status.

Upgrading the Units

You must upgrade the D9854, D9854-I, D9824, and/or D9858 units sequentially, from Version 3.96 to Version 4.12, and then to Version 4.52. Otherwise, issues with the signal and tuning parameters occur when the units are powered on. For more information, see Open Caveats - Version 4.52 (caveat ID CSCuu93140).

Hash Digest Values

You can generate the hash digest to verify the integrity of the software and FPGA versions running on the D9854/D9854-I, D9858, and D9824 units. For more information on generating the hash digest values, see Cisco D9854/D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver Installation and Configuration Guide, Cisco D9858 Advanced Receiver Transcoder Installation and Configuration Guide, and D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver Installation and Configuration Guide.

Table 1 lists the official D9854 V4.52 hash digest values.

Table 1 D9854 V4.52 Hash Digest Values

Code/Processor
Hash Digest
FPGA ID
Version
APP/5514
55c2c061 e09a4fc3 42d7a6f8 e137b760 f4967584
N/A
R04.52.00DD
APP/7109
7e35ffef c8cddd88 e3efc5f4 db873fa7 29418db3
N/A
R04.52.00DD
BOOT/5514
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
N/A
R05.00.00DD
BOOT/7109
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
N/A
R01.00.00DD
FPGA FX60/7109
41cd4328 6bc4cb16 cd1fdcd8 eaad78f6 65cfc05f
2
R00.00.03az (MPEG over IP)
FPGA FX60/7109
3bb3523e b4954d1b 382913ce c1fad497 ff5fc115
4
R00.00.02Vu (SFN)
FPGA FX60/7109
ae9d1429 8409e31f 90b6fcfd 77d9101f 4b4de638
1
R00.00.05az (SDI)
FPGA FX100/7109
9842038e 20a58cf3 a41922ee 1770381b c6ab0d0e
1
R00.00.05az (MPEG+SDI)

Table 2 lists the official D9854-I V4.52 hash digest values.

Table 2 D9854-I V4.52 Hash Digest Values

Code/Processor
Hash Digest
Version
APP/5514
55c2c061 e09a4fc3 42d7a6f8 e137b760 f4967584
R04.52.00DD
APP/7109
7e35ffef c8cddd88 e3efc5f4 db873fa7 29418db3
R04.52.00DD
BOOT/5514
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
R05.00.00DD
BOOT/7109
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
R01.00.00DD
FPGA LX155T/7109
2ffbf9d0 095d8aca 36ff301e 39971d5a b2b5ee28
R00.00.01az
FEC FPGA/7109
c9e3fd86 1b8f53e7 a2c67d09 3d0aed88 f9871985
R00.00.01vi

Table 3 lists the official D9858 V4.52 hash digest values.

Table 3 D9858 V4.52 Hash Digest Values

Code/Processor
Hash Digest
Version
APP/5514
55c2c061 e09a4fc3 42d7a6f8 e137b760 f4967584
R04.52.00DD
APP/7109
7e35ffef c8cddd88 e3efc5f4 db873fa7 29418db3
R04.52.00DD
APP/SAT
19e38039 c527cf67 cb3e7d93 a7181a0a efa90bd5
R04.52.00DD
BOOT/5514
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
R05.00.00DD
BOOT/7109
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
R01.00.00DD
BOOT/SAT
d027d7e4 69c7b8cf 056e50a3 1d9c74a4 df580af2
R01.00.00DD
FPGA FX60/7109
edd457b4 03ccaa84 84635a9e 1704999e 733616a4
R00.00.05az

Table 4 lists the official D9824 V4.52 hash digest values.

Table 4 D9824 V4.52 Hash Digest Values

Code/Processor
Hash Digest
Version
APP/5514
55c2c061 e09a4fc3 42d7a6f8 e137b760 f4967584
R04.52.00DD
APP/7109
7e35ffef c8cddd88 e3efc5f4 db873fa7 29418db3
R04.52.00DD
BOOT/5514
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
R05.00.00DD
BOOT/7109
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
R01.00.00DD
FPGA LX110T/7109
41c88170 b0f4fb1b 329093ef 65bccf63 83d34470
R00.00.03az

Table 5 lists the official D9824 V4.52, with FEC hash digest values. D9824 units purchased after December 2013 may include the IP FEC feature. For more information on identifying the D9824 units, with FEC, see the Identifying the new Cisco D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver and D9824 Multi Decryption Receiver Hardware Releases Technical Reference.

Table 5 D9824 V4.52, with FEC Hash Digest Values

Code/Processor
Hash Digest
Version
APP/5514
55c2c061 e09a4fc3 42d7a6f8 e137b760 f4967584
R04.52.00DD
APP/7109
7e35ffef c8cddd88 e3efc5f4 db873fa7 29418db3
R04.52.00DD
BOOT/5514
d3dfbd8b f902d2d5 47e2fb49 e239b3b6 8027d41f
R05.00.00DD
BOOT/7109
5c2dbc95 d3b1ef1b d8176e31 0a47ab17 06064ad5
R01.00.00DD
FPGA LX155T/7109
2ffbf9d0 095d8aca 36ff301e 39971d5a b2b5ee28
R00.00.01az
FEC FPGA/7109
c9e3fd86 1b8f53e7 a2c67d09 3d0aed88 f9871985
R00.00.01vi

If these values do not match the generated digest values, contact Cisco Services.

Caveats

This section includes open and resolved caveats for this release. This section includes the following topics.

Open Caveats - Version 4.52

Resolved Caveats - Version 4.52

Open Caveats - Version 4.52

The following is a list of open caveats in Version 4.52. 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.

CSCuu93140

When upgrading the D9854, D9854-I, D9824, and/or D9858 units from Version 3.96 to Version 4.52 directly, the units are powered on with default tuning parameters and no signal. To resolve this issue, you must upgrade the units sequentially, from Version 3.96 to Version 4.12, and then to Version 4.52.

CSCuq00586

The D9854-I SDI audio fails when the ASI input audio switches from Perceptual Noise Substitution (PNS+TNS) to Spectral Band Replication (SBR).

CSCuq90954

Possible erroneous SDI VANC insertion failed messages after channel changes.

CSCut60159

Possible erroneous ASI muting and unmuting messages, without specific reasons in the upstream.

CSCut62299

Possible input stream FEC correction lock problem.

Resolved Caveats - Version 4.52

The following is a list of resolved caveats in Version 4.52. 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.

CSCus40556

When you click Export for the Collect Debug Support Data, it causes a reset, under rare conditions.

CSCus46958

Optimized recovery mechanism required for STi7109 chip PTI lockup.

CSCur91778 (D9824 and D9854-I only)

Cannot modify the following two parameters from the MPEG Over IP Main Settings page on the web GUI: Maximum Transport Packets/Ethernet Frame and Minimum Packets/Second.

CSCus87921

The MPE Data Filter Mode drop-down list moves on the MPE page of the web GUI after changing its value.

CSCut09433

The PE auto synchronize options are editable when lock level is set to 3, but it should only be editable when the lock level is set to 2 or lower.

CSCut11995

The Service List Mode displays an incorrect value on the SI Receive Setup page of the web GUI.

CSCut19088

DTMF tones are not playing SCTE-35 messages after an uplink redundancy switch.

CSCut21404 (D9824 and D9854-I only)

The PMT is not generated when the MPEG over IP Output Mode is changed to SPTS Service Channels Only. This issue occurs on PE1 only.

CSCut46659

Cannot configure IP addresses that end with.255 on MPEG Over IP interfaces.

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request

For information on obtaining documentation, using the Cisco Bug Search Tool (BST), submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation at: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html.

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