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Cisco Bug: CSCtc30529 - Garbage character shown at the end of "ipv6 nat prefix" command

Last Modified

Jan 31, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco IOS

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Description (partial)

  Extra garbage character shown at the and of "ipv6 nat prefix" command in
  Therefore, the command will be rejected during reboot with save config. 
 For example:
 If you configure 
 ipv6 nat prefix ::FFFF: v4-mapped abcdefgh
 it will show up in the running config as 
 ipv6 nat prefix ::FFFF: v4-mapped abcdefgh^U#G^K
 This bug depends on the length of the ACL name string.  It is most commonly
 seen with 8 characters, but could potentially be seen with longer string names
 as well.
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