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Cisco Bug: CSCtb96852 - CSM fails when the device has a network-object with multiple IP's

Last Modified

Nov 11, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Security Manager

Known Affected Releases

3.2(2)SP3

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Activity validation result shows an error stating:
"ICMP is referring to a network object that maps to more than one IpAddress on the device".

Deployment fails due to error in SettingPlugin. Following error is shown in during deployment "Fail to generate raw configlets".
Error description is "Plugin SettingPlugin fail to generate raw configlets..."

vmsbesvcs.log shows the following exception :
Exception thrown!,com.cisco.nm.vms.provision.pix.setting.SettingPlugin,com.cisco.nm.vms.provision.provmgr.PlatformBladeJob@1bfc2eb-1251411747222.4
{-1=Invocation of method 'createNetwork' in  class com.cisco.nm.vms.fw.common.ip.IpNetwork threw exception class java.lang.NumberFormatException : "24,138" is not an integer!}

NB: You may encounter a different text field other than the example above ("24,138").

Conditions:
Any CSManager version.
An ICMP (or any other) policy having a network object which contains more than one IP addresses.
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