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Cisco Bug: CSCuj19482 - IPV6 addressing mode is not coming correct for the transmitting end.

Last Modified

Nov 14, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)

Known Affected Releases

10.0(0.97026.6)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
IPV6 addressing mode is not coming correct for transmitting end.

Conditions:
On answering a call between two IPV6 phones, IP addressing mode is not coming correct for the transmitting end.

A(8900) and B(8901) are both IPV6 Phones.
1. A calls B
2. B answers
3.Check for the media stream info on A .
4. Check for the media stream info on B.
5.Disconnect the call
After step 3 & 4:
Expected :
RxIpAddrMode = 1
TxIpAddrMode = 1

Recieved:
RxIpAddrMode = 1
TxIpAddrMode = 0
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