Cisco® Catalyst Switch Module for IBM BladeCenter® code version 12.2-55.SE4



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30 November 2011 cbs31x0-universalk9-tar.122-55.SE4.tar

  • CSCta85026 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) CLI does not accept white spaces in raw ASCII option in the DHCP pool configuration submode. This issue is seen in Cisco IOS Release 12.4(24)T1 and later. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtg11547 In a VPN Routing and Forwarding (VRF) aware setup, messages are not sent to the syslog server. This issue applies to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE and 12.2(53)SE1. This situation does not occur if system logging is configured in the global table. This problem has been corrected.
  • CSCth03648 When two traps are generated by two separate processes, the switch fails if one process is suspended while the other process updates some variables used by the first process. The workaround is to disable all SNMP traps.
  • CSCth87458 A memory leak occurs in the SSH process, and user authentication is required. The workaround is to allow SSH connections only from trusted hosts.
  • CSCti37197 If a tunnel interface is configured with Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), the switch fails when it receives a CDP packet. The workaround is to disable CDP on the interface by using the no cdp enable interface configuration command.
  • CSCtj56719 The switch fails when the Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) mutation name is longer than 25 characters. The workaround is to configure DSCP mutation names with fewer than 25 characters.
  • CSCtl60151 The switch sometimes reloads after a CPU overload, regardless of the process that is overloading the CPU. This problem has been corrected.
  • CSCtn11259 If a switch stack is configured with the stack-mac persistent timer value interface configuration command, the switch virtual interface (SVI) should remain in shutdown mode during a switchover. In this case, the SVI is in up mode. The workaround is to specify the timer value to be long enough so that the stack's MAC address is not changed.
  • CSCtr79386 The switch fails when DHCP snooping is configured and packet data traffic is excessive. The traffic exhausts the I/O memory and triggers the switch to crash. There is no workaround.
  • CSCth24267 The switch stack log displays an error message about the redundant power supply (RPS). No RPS is actually present and the switch is instead powered by the blade chassis. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtl05835 For changes in temperature, the command line interface shows the updated temperature but the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) always shows the temperature as “1 degree Celsius”. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtn18139 When the show spanning-tree vlan VLAN interface fastethernet 0 command is entered, the switch restarts. The FastEthernet 0 interface is a management interface that does not run Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). Do not run show spanning-tree commands for management interfaces.
  • CSCtn57224 The switch sends out temperature traps when the temperature is between 58 and 60 degrees Celsius. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtn57245 The show env stack command displays RPS status as “RPS NOT PRESENT”. This could confuse the customer because Blade switches do not support RPS. The workaround is to use the remote command all show env all command to display environment information.
  • CSCsg28558 Cisco X2-10GB-CX4 transceiver modules with a version identification number lower than V03 might be difficult to install because of a size discrepancy. The workaround is to use modules with a version identification number of V03 or later.
  • CSCsg91027 When the logging event-spanning-tree interface configuration command is configured and logging to the console is enabled, a topology change might generate a large number of logging messages, causing high CPU usage. CPU usage can increase with the number of spanning-tree instances and the number of interfaces configured with the logging event-spanning-tree interface configuration command. This condition adversely affects how the switch module operates and could cause problems such as STP convergence delay. High CPU usage can also occur with other conditions, such as when debug messages are logged at a high rate to the console. Use one of these workarounds:
    • Disable logging to the console.
    • Rate-limit logging messages to the console.
    • Remove the logging event spanning-tree interface configuration command from the interfaces.
  • CSCsu31853 The buffer space of a switch running TCP applications is full while the TCP sessions are in the TIME_WAIT state. Buffer space becomes available after the TCP session the closed. There is no workaround.
  • CSCsz18634 On a switch running Cisco IOS release 12.2(46)SE, the output of the show interfaces privileged EXEC command shows 0 packets for port channel input and output rates. The workaround is to reload the switch by entering the reload privileged EXEC command.
  • CSCtb58779 When a switch is low on memory (less than 256 MB), it can reload and display a SYS-2-WATCHDOG error. There is no workaround. Enter the show memory debug leak privileged EXEC command to check for signs of a memory leak and address these symptoms.
  • CSCtc02635 On switches running Cisco IOS release 12.2(50)SE3 running MAC authentication bypass with multidomain authentication (MDA), IP phones connected to a port might not be able to regain network connectivity in the VOICE domain if the session times out and all RADIUS servers are unreachable. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc38519 (3110G and 3012 switches) Attempts to restore factory default settings from the advanced Management Module (aMM) web interface fail. After the switch restarts, the configurations are not erased and restored to their factory default settings. Switches that run Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE or Release 12.2(52)SE are affected. Workaround: Enter the write erase privileged EXEC command from the switch console, do not save the configuration from the switch console, and then restart the switch.
  • CSCtc57809 Switches running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE might reload after you enter the no mac address-table static mac-address vlan vlan-id interface interface-id global configuration command if the interface is up and the MAC address was dynamically learned before it was changed to static. Use one of these workarounds:
    • Clear the dynamic MAC address table when configuring static MAC addresses as in this example: Switch(config)# no mac address-table learning vlan vlan_id Switch(config)# clear mac-address-table dynamic address mac_address Switch(config)# mac address-table static mac_address vlan vlan_id interface interface_id Switch(config)# mac address-table learning vlan vlan_id
    • Downgrade to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE.
    • Upgrade to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE if available.
  • CSCtc77969 When PAgP or LACP EtherChannels are configured on a switch and the stack reloads, entering a show interface or show etherchannel summary privileged EXEC command when the stack comes up can cause the console to lock up. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtd02006 After a 10-Gigabit Ethernet interface in an X2-10GB-SR module is down and the switch is restarted, the show inventory command output shows the module as not present. The workaround is to reinstall the X2-10GB-SR module or to restart the switch.
  • CSCtd29049 A switch that has at least one trunk port configured might fail when you configure more than 950 VLANS by using the vlan vlan-id global configuration command. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtd38310 When an external uplink port is in the spanning-tree blocking state, the port LED is off instead of green. There is no workaround. This is a cosmetic error and does not affect the switch port functionality.
  • CSCte00827 When a port that is configured for Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) goes up and down, a memory leak occurs in the ‘hpm main’ process. There is no workaround.
  • CSCte14603 A vulnerability in the Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) version 3 implementation of Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XE Software allows a remote unauthenticated attacker to cause a reload of an affected device. Repeated attempts to exploit this vulnerability could result in a sustained denial of service (DoS) condition. Cisco has released free software updates that address this vulnerability. This advisory is posted at http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/707/cisco-sa-20100922-igmp.shtml. Note: The September 22, 2010, Cisco IOS Software Security Advisory bundled publication includes six Cisco Security Advisories. Five of the advisories address vulnerabilities in Cisco IOS Software, and one advisory addresses vulnerabilities in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Each advisory lists the releases that correct the vulnerability or vulnerabilities detailed in the advisory. The table at the following URL lists releases that correct all Cisco IOS Software vulnerabilities that have been published on September 22, 2010, or earlier: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/707/cisco-sa-20100922-bundle.shtml Individual publication links are in “Cisco Event Response: Semiannual Cisco IOS Software Security Advisory Bundled Publication” at the following link: http://www.cisco.com/web/about/security/intelligence/Cisco_ERP_sep10.html
  • CSCte72365 After a software upgrade from Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE, EIGRP hello packets are flooded on access ports belonging to another subnet. The same result occurs when you initiate ping requests to the broadcast address of other subnets. This results in Not on common subnet errors on the other side of the link. The workaround is to downgrade to 12.2(52)SE
  • CSCte94620 After you apply an ACL, these messages appear: %IPACCESS-4-INVALIDACL: Invalid ACL field: Acl number is 0 %IPACCESS-4-INVALIDACL: Invalid ACL field: Acl type is 145 There is no workaround.
  • CSCte99016 (3110 switch) When two blade switches in a blade server are running Cisco IOS release 12.2(53)SE, with no stack cable connection between them, if you enter the no shutdown interface command on gigabitethernet ports 1/0/17 and 1/0/18, the output of the show running-config or show interface privileged EXEC command shows the ports to be down. The workaround is to downgrade the software to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE.
  • CSCte99650 You can see this error message on the switch message logs: %PLATFORM_ENV-1-TEMP: Abnormal temperature detected However, when you enter the show env all privileged EXEC command, the temperature value shows it to be well within the limits. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtf17223 If you try to access the Web-based device manager from the IBM AMM, the switch incorrectly reports to the IBM blade center chassis that it supports only https and does not support http. When you access device manager from the AMM, the URL link is always https://. The workaround is to manually change it to http:// in the browser.
  • CSCtf33948 A PC in 802.1x or MDA mode is connected to an IP phone and connected to a MDA-enabled switch port. After the PC and phone are authenticated on the port, the PC is down. The port does not automatically reauthenticate the PC. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtf78276 A switch running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE1 stops when IEEE 802.1x authentication is enabled. The workaround is to apply a VLAN that the RADIUS server assigned to the switch.
  • CSCtf19991 If the RADIUS authentication server is unavailable and inaccessible authentication bypass is enabled, the switch grants the client access to the network by putting the connected port in the critical-authentication state in the RADIUS-configured or the user-specified access VLAN. After the server is available, the client is not reinitalized and moved out of the critical VLAN. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtg14607 Replacing the power module can cause the advanced management module (AMM) to fail to connect with the switches. The workaround is to restart the AMM.
  • CSCtg26941 Multidomain authentication (MDA) with guest VLAN or MAC authentication bypass (MAB) as a fallback method is enabled on a switch running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE. When a non-802.1x client is connected to a IP phone and the phone connected to a switch port shuts down and then restarts, the client MAC address status is drop in the MAC address table. It takes 5 minutes for the client to access the network. The workaround is to use another software release, such as Cisco IOS Release 12.2(44)SE2.
  • CSCtg47738 This error message is displayed after copying a configuration file to the running configuration file fails: %Error opening system:/running-config (No such file or directory) The output of the dir system:/ EXEC command also does not show a running configuration file. The workaround is to reload the switch.
  • CSCtg88183 The switch internally uses the mac-address-table static mac-address deprecated global configuration command to configure the MAC address on the Ethernet management port (Fa0). The workaround is to use the correct version of the command: mac address-table static mac-address.
  • CSCth18118 (3110 switch) When VTP pruning is enabled in a VTP domain, the switch in VTP server mode sends advertisements to neighboring switches. If the VTP and VLAN configuration for neighboring ports is not updated, VLANs on those ports can be pruned, causing a network traffic outage. The workaround is to disable VTP pruning.
  • CSCti04980 After you upgrade the switch software to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(55)SE, enhanced auto-QoS commands are generated when – auto-QoS is enabled on an interface and – mls qos command is not enabled on the switch If the mls qos command was already enabled on the switch, enhanced auto-QoS commands are generated only when you configure one of these commands: – auto qos classify [police] – auto qos trust {cos | dscp} – auto qos video {cts | ip-camera} Cisco IOS Release 12.2(55)SE supports implicit and explicit migration to enhanced auto-QoS configurations. Implicit migration to enhanced auto-QoS occurs on a switch running legacy auto-QoS when you configure the auto qos video, auto qos trust, or auto qos classify command on an interface. Global and interface configurations on the switch migrate to the enhanced video or trust auto-QoS configurations. Explicit migration to enhanced auto-QoS occurs on a switch when you enable the auto qos srnd4 global configuration command. You can configure the [no] form of this commandafter you remove auto-QoS functionality from all switch interfaces. 10 August 2010 cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-55.SE.tar Resolved Caveats CSCsg28558 Cisco X2-10GB-CX4 transceiver modules with a version identification number lower than V03 might be difficult to install because of a size discrepancy. The workaround is to use modules with a version identification number of V03 or later. CSCsg91027 When the logging event-spanning-tree interface configuration command is configured and logging to the console is enabled, a topology change might generate a large number of logging messages, causing high CPU usage. CPU usage can increase with the number of spanning-tree instances and the number of interfaces configured with the logging event-spanning-tree interface configuration command. This condition adversely affects how the switch module operates and could cause problems such as STP convergence delay.High CPU usage can also occur with other conditions, such as when debug messages are logged at a high rate to the console. Use one of these workarounds: –Disable logging to the console. –Rate-limit logging messages to the console. –Remove the logging event spanning-tree interface configuration command from the interfaces. CSCsz18634 On a switch running Cisco IOS release 12.2(46)SE, the output of the show interfaces privileged EXEC command shows 0 packets for port channel input and output rates. The workaround is to reload the switch by entering the reload privileged EXEC command.
  • CSCtb58779 When a switch is low on memory (less than 256 MB), it can reload and display a SYS-2-WATCHDOG error. There is no workaround. Enter the show memory debug leak privileged EXEC command to check for signs of a memory leak and address these symptoms.
  • CSCtc02635 On switches running Cisco IOS release 12.2(50)SE3 running MAC authentication bypass with multidomain authentication (MDA, IP phones connected to a port might not be able to regain network connectivity in the VOICE domain if the session times out and all RADIUS servers are unreachable. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc38519 (Catalyst 3110G and 3012 switches) Attempts to restore factory default settings from the advanced Management Module (aMM) web interface fail. After the switch restarts, the configurations are not erased and restored to their factory default settings. Switches that run Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE or Release 12.2(52)SE are affected. Workaround: Enter the write erase privileged EXEC command from the switch console, do not save the configuration from the switch console, and then restart the switch.
  • CSCtc57809 Switches running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE might reload after you enter the no mac address-table static mac-address vlan vlan-id interface interface-id global configuration command if the interface is up and the MAC address was dynamically learned before it was changed to static. Use one of these workarounds:
    • Clear the dynamic MAC address table when configuring static MAC addresses as in this example: Switch(config)# no mac address-table learning vlan vlan_id Switch(config)# clear mac-address-table dynamic address mac_address Switch(config)# mac address-table static mac_address vlan vlan_id interface interface_id Switch(config)# mac address-table learning vlan vlan_id
    • Downgrade to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE.
    • Upgrade to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE if available. CSCtc77969 When PAgP or LACP EtherChannels are configured on a switch and the stack reloads, entering a show interface or show etherchannel summary privileged EXEC command when the stack comes up can cause the console to lock up. There is no workaround.
  • CSCte72365 After a software upgrade from Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(53)SE, EIGRP hello packets are flooded on access ports belonging to another subnet. The same result occurs when you initiate ping requests to the broadcast address of other subnets. This results in Not on common subnet errors on the other side of the link. The workaround is to downgrade to 12.2(52)SE
  • CSCtc02635 On switches running Cisco IOS release 12.2(50)SE3 running MAC authentication bypass with multidomain authentication (MDA, IP phones connected to a port might not be able to regain network connectivity in the VOICE domain if the session times out and all RADIUS servers are unreachable. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc38519 (Catalyst 3110G and 3012 switches) Attempts to restore factory default settings from the advanced Management Module (aMM) web interface fail. After the switch restarts, the configurations are not erased and restored to their factory default settings. Switches that run Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE or Release 12.2(52)SE are affected. The workaround is to enter the write erase privileged EXEC command from the switch console, do not save the configuration from the switch console, and then restart the switch.
  • CSCtd29049 A switch that has at least one trunk port configured might fail when you configure more than 950 VLANS by using the vlan vlan-id global configuration command. There is no workaround.
  • CSCte99016 When two blade switches in a blade server are running Cisco IOS release 12.2(53)SE, with no stack cable connection between them, if you enter the no shutdown interface command on gigabitethernet ports 1/0/17 and 1/0/18, the output of the show running-config or show interface privileged EXEC command shows the ports to be down. The workaround is to downgrade the software to Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE.
  • CSCtf17223 If you try to access the Web-based device manager from the IBM AMM, the switch incorrectly reports to the IBM blade center chassis that it supports only https and does not support http.When you access device manager from the AMM, the URL link is always https://. The workaround is to manually change it to http:// in the browser.
  • CSCtg88183 The switch internally uses the mac-address-table static mac-address deprecated global configuration command to configure the MAC address on the Ethernet management port (Fa0). The workaround is to use the correct version of the command: mac address-table static mac-address. 24 March 2010 cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-53.SE1.tar Resolved Caveats
  • CSCsx97605 The CISCO-RTTMON-MIB is not correctly implemented in this release.
  • CSCtb08823 SNMP requests on the stpxRSTPPortRoleTable object only return information for the stack master. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtb10158 A switch can fail when an SNMP process attempts to configure dot1x authentication when it is already configured. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtb25230 When a switch stack is configured with DHCP snooping enabled on the host VLAN, hosts connected to the stack master receive bootp packets, but the a packet might not be forwarded to the end hosts connected to stack member switches. The behavior depends on which interface in the stack received the packet. The workaround is to disable DHCP snooping for the affected VLAN.
  • CSCtc43231 A switch does not receive SNMP trap and inform messages from the correct interface after you have entered the snmp-server trap-source loopback0 and snmp-server source-interface informs loopback0 global configuration commands. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc59162 Modifying a prefix list that is configured as an inbound or outbound distribute-list causes the EIGRP peer to resynchronize.
  • CSCtc71798 Traffic received on a member interface of a cross-stack EtherChannel is dropped from a switch stack. In previous releases, this intermittently occurred after a reload of the stack.
  • CSCte46127 You cannot enable EtherChannel on port 14 of the IBM blade. There is no workaround.
  • CSCte52821 When you enter the no ip ftp passive global configuration command to allow all types of FTP connections on a switch running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE or 12.2(53)SE, FTP sessions could disable Telnet or console connections. Then you can no longer use the vty. Workaround: When you cannot use the vty, restart the switch. To prevent FTP sessions from disabling Telnet or console connections, enter the ip ftp passive global configuration command.
  • CSCte67201 On a switch that is configured for IP routing and that is running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE or later, Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) can use a large amount of memory. The IP RIB Update process uses about 2000 bytes for each prefix that CEF uses. There is no workaround. You can reduce the memory use by reducing the number of routes the switch processes.
  • CSCte72365 After upgrading from Cisco IOS Release 12.2(52)SE to Cisco IOS 12.2(53)SE, EIGRP hello packets are flooded on access ports belonging to other subnets. This also occurs when pings are sent to the broadcast address of other subnets 21 December 2009 cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-53.SE.tar Resolved Caveats
  • CSCsj68446 / All platforms The Network Time Protocol (NTP) might not synchronize when the switch is configured as an NTP client. These are the two possible workarounds:
    • Enter the no ntp global configuration command twice.
    • Reconfigure NTP on the port. For more information, see the “Configuring NTP” section of the “Administering the Switch” chapter in the software configuration guide.
  • CSCsy14568 When a switch port rejoins a cross-stack EtherChannel after the switch restarts, packets might be dropped for a longer than expected time. There is no workaround.
  • CSCsv92937 When a blade server starts, the switch internal interface might flap due to the network interface card (NIC) driver. In Cisco IOS Release 12.2(46)SE and earlier, the port might enter the error-disabled state. The workaround is to enter the errdisable max flap 10 time 10 global configuration command in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(46)SE and earlier. In Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE and later, the switch no longer detects link flapping on the internal interfaces.
  • CSCsz18634 On a switch running Cisco IOS release 12.2(46)SE, the output of the show interfaces privileged EXEC command shows 0 packets for port channel input and output rates. The workaround is to reload the switch by entering the reload privileged EXEC command.
  • CSCsx29696 On a switch running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(35)SE or later, connectivity issues might occur with these messages: %SUPQ-4-CPUHB_RECV_STARVE: Still seeing receive queue stuck after throttling
  • CSCtc20603 If IEEE 802.1Q native VLAN tagging is enabled on a switch, PDUs sent from an EtherChannel in LACP mode are tagged. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc30872 When a BPDU guard is globally enabled on a switch and the access VLAN is a VLAN other than VLAN 1, BPDU guard does not run on a multiple VLAN access port. The workaround is to enable BPDU guard on the port.
  • CSCtc38519 (3012 blade switches only) This message appears when the switch boots up: "%Error clearing SWITCH_NUMBER". There is no workaround. This does not affect the switch functionality.
  • CSCtc57809 When the no mac address-table static mac-addr vlan vlan-id interface interface-id global configuration command is used to remove a dynamically learned MAC address, the switch fails under these conditions:
    • The physical interface is in a no shut state.
    • The MAC address is first dynamically learned and then changed to static. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc16848 The output of the show inventory user EXEC command sometimes does not display all of the connected SFP modules. The EntitityMIB does not report these SFP modules. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtc02635 On switches running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE3 running MAC authentication bypass with multidomain authentication (MDA), IP phones connected to a port might not be able to regain network connectivity in the VOICE domain if the session times out and all RADIUS servers are unreachable. There is no workaround.
  • CSCtd72456 After you have entered the snmp-server host informs global configuration command to enable SNMP informs on a switch, the switch might fail if you enter the show snmp pending user EXEC command. There is no workaround. Do not enter the show command when SNMP informs are enabled.
  • CSCtd31242 An IP phone loses network connectivity under these conditions:
    • The IP phone is authenticated by MAB (in Open1x mode) on a supplicant switch.
    • The supplicant switch is connected to an authenticator switch through the NEAT protocol. A call is placed using the IP phone. After approximately 5 minutes, network connectivity to the phone is lost. The workaround is to statically configure the MAC address of the IP phone on the authenticator switch.
  • CSCsv92937 When a blade server starts, the switch internal interface might flap due to the network interface card (NIC) driver. In Cisco IOS Release 12.2(46)SE and earlier, the port might enter the error-disabled state. The workaround is to enter the errdisable max flap 10 time 10 global configuration command in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(46)SE and earlier. In Cisco IOS Release 12.2(50)SE and later, the switch no longer detects link flapping on the internal interfaces.
  • CSCsz18634 On a switch running Cisco IOS release 12.2(46)SE, the output of the show interfaces privileged EXEC command shows 0 packets for port channel input and output rates. The workaround is to reload the switch by entering the reload privileged EXEC command.
  • CSCsx29696 / MG / 3750/3560/2960 and 31x0 blade switches On a switch running Cisco IOS Release 12.2(35)SE or later, connectivity issues might occur with these messages: %SUPQ-4-CPUHB_RECV_STARVE: Still seeing receive queue stuck after throttling

14 April 2009 cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-50.SE1

New Features

  • Default Password If you have not configured a switch password, when you launch Express Setup or a Console connection, will are prompted for a switch password. Enter the default password 'cisco'. The switch ignores text in the username field in the Express Setup. Before you complete and exit Express Setup, you must change the password from the default password, 'cisco'.

Resolved Caveats

  • CSCsx18270 EIGRP: tags from version 2 peers are not displayed in topology table
  • CSCej42445 MS-CHAP and PAP authentication does not work with Tac+
  • CSCsb46724 AAA server group doesnt failover with mismatched keys for login
  • CSCsr92741 TCP packets with zero fields misbehavior - Double committing to v122_50_se_throttle
  • CSCsw97222 Snmp create of vlan does not update ccmHistoryRunningLastChanged double commiting to throttle
  • CSCsy24510 IOS no longer accepts encrypted password / secret

09 March 2009 Version cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-50.SE

Resolved Caveats

  • CSCso53157 When STP is disabled on the stack, the Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) hello packets now pass through the switch stack when the stack is connected to two routers through cross-stack EtherChannels.
  • CSCsq2687 The server no longer attempts re-authentication every ten minutes when a switch is configured with the dot1x timeout reauth-period server interface configuration command.
  • CSCsq67398 Traffic is now forwarded to the interfaces that are configured with static multicast MAC addresses after the switch is reloaded.
  • CSCsq89564 If the switch uses 802.1x authentication with VLAN assignment, it no longer uses the VLAN assignment with different authorization attempts, such as user authentication or re-authentication.
  • CSCsr50766 When keepalive is disabled on an interface, the interface is no longer put in an error-disabled state when it receives keepalive packets.
  • CSCsr64007 The Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) destination port no longer detects IPv6 multicast packets from a VLAN that is not being monitored by SPAN.
  • CSCsr65689 This message no longer appears in the log during the system bootup on a switch that is running Cisco IOS 12.2(50)SE: %COMMON_FIB-3-FIBIDBINCONS2
  • CSCsu10065 When SFP ports are configured as status multicast router ports, IPv6 Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) snooping now works after the switch reloads.
  • CSCsu59214 The Set TxPortFifo SRR Failed message no longer appears when you enter both the srr-queue bandwidth shape 200 0 2 200 and the priority-queue out interface configuration commands on the same interface.
  • CSCsu88168 The switch no longer reloads when the Forwarding Information Base (FIB) adjacency table is added.
  • CSCsv30429 A Cisco IP Phone connected to a Catalyst switch no longer becomes unauthorized when it transitions from the data authorization domain to the voice authorization domain.
  • CSCsv64023 A switch port configured for IGMP snooping no longer lose its group membership when the port receives a query comes from an upstream device that is not configured for IGMP snooping.
  • CSCsv89005 A switch configured with class-based policies that are applied and active on at least one interface no longer might reload or display CPU hog messages during SNMP polling for the ciscoCBQosMIB.
  • CSCsv91358 When you have entered the vlan dot1q tag native global configuration command to configure a switch to tag native VLAN frames on 802.1Q trunk ports, and you configure a new voice VLAN on an access port, the MAC address of a connected PC is now correctly relearned.
  • CSCsw30249 When a switch virtual interface (SVI) is configured as unnumbered and is pointing to a loopback interface, the switch no longer fails when the SVI receives a packet.
  • CSCsw45337 When LLDP is enabled and a voice VLAN is configured, the L2 Priority and DSCP Value fields in the LLDP type, length, and value descriptions (TLVs) are now correctly marked to give the voice traffic the correct DSCP and Layer 2 priority.
  • CSCsw65548 Switch ports no longer attempt authentication at the interval configured for the port security timer instead of the configured IEEE 802.1x timer.

04 September 2008 Version cbs31x0-universal-tar.122-46.SE

Resolved Caveats

  • CSCso84726 - CBS3110: Private primary vlan tag was not removed at hostport.
  • CSCso78837 - CBS31x0: clear counter resets receive broadcast count incorrectly.
  • CSCso43123 - CBS3110X: GiX/0/14 output traffic may be lost for BCM mactable outsynced
  • CSCso78837 - CBS31x0: clear counter resets receive broadcast count incorrectly.
  • CSCso84726 - CBS3110: Private primary vlan tag was not removed at hostport.
  • CSCsm83067 - The server-facing Gigabit Ethernet interfaces x/0/1 to x/0/14 show counts for sent packets and bytes even though the interfaces are not connected to a server.
  • CSCso35380 - If there is large-volume bidirectional traffic on the switch module Fa0 management interface, some packets might be dropped because of CPU limitations.

16 May 2008 Version 122-40.EX2 -Initial release

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