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Cisco Bug: CSCtd57351 - Provide seperate control for IP Address and controller name

Last Modified

Apr 15, 2011

Products (1)

  • Cisco 4400 Series Wireless LAN Controllers

Known Affected Releases

7.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
CSCta45103 addressed the need for generated email messages, alerts for example, to have the Controller IP address masked out for security purposes. This enhancement request entails the need for separate options to mask out the IP and/or name of the controller individually.

Conditions:
This is an enhancement to "Secure Messaging Mode"

Scenarios needed:

No Controller IP or Name displayed
> 1. Alarm Condition:AP disassociated from controller
> Message: AP 'balar1130-1' associated with Controller 'XX.XX.XX.XX' on 
> Port number '1'. - Controller Name:XXXXXXXXXXX Alarm Detail:
> https://10.77.163.5/webacs/alarmDetailAction.do?alarmId=30189
> 

Only Controller IP displayed:
> 1. Alarm Condition:AP disassociated from controller
> Message: AP 'balar1130-1' associated with Controller '172.19.20.111' on 
> Port number '1'. - Controller Name:XXXXXXXXXXX Alarm Detail:
> https://10.77.163.5/webacs/alarmDetailAction.do?alarmId=30189
> 

Only Controller Name Displayed:
> 1. Alarm Condition:AP disassociated from controller
> Message: AP 'balar1130-1' associated with Controller 'XX.XX.XX.XX' on 
> Port number '1'. - Controller Name:contr111 Alarm Detail:
> https://10.77.163.5/webacs/alarmDetailAction.do?alarmId=30189
>
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