Cisco Bug: CSCta11098 - CPE's receive unprovisioned IP address when they are provisioned
Feb 22, 2014
- Cisco Broadband Access Center for Telco and Wireless
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Symptom: After upgrading from BAC 18.104.22.168 to BAC 22.214.171.124 CPE devices are no longer granted promiscuous access and instead receive default access. Generally BAC will be configured to assign an "unprovisioned" CNR scope to a device granted default access. If CNR is configured to hand out private addresses for "unprovisioned" scopes, subscribers will not be able to access the internet. Conditions: This will occur if cable modem configurations are not regenerated after upgrading from BAC 2.6 to BAC 2.7. This will also occur if under BAC 2.7 a cable modem entry is deleted from BAC while the modem is still online.
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