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Cisco Bug: CSCul12084 - XC2.2 feature : Alarm for minimum conference bridge version

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Apr 03, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco TelePresence Conductor

Known Affected Releases

XC2.2

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Symptom:
Title :
XC2.2 feature : Alarm for minimum conference bridge version is need to update based on actual behavior 

Description :

Telepresence conductor Release Note XC 2.2  

Alarm for minimum conference bridge version
The TelePresence Conductor now raises an alarm when connected to a MCU running version 4.3 or lower,
and it raises an alarm when connected to a TelePresence Server running version 3.0 or lower. These older
conference bridge versions do not support some of the new features for XC2.2.
 
Above  the document says, when TPS is running with 3.0 or lower, TPC through version alarm.
 
But actual behavior is 
 
If TPS is running with 2.3/2.2 or 2.1 , TPC through only the remote managed mode alarm ( TPC doesn't through version alarm)
 
If TPS is running only on 3.0 (2.48) then only TPC can through the version alarm as per the XC2.2 release note.
 
 
Conclusion about the issue:
 
   If the document says correct , TPC should display alarm warning whether TPS is running 3.0 or lower version.
 
As per our actual behavior 
Document should be modify 
   TPC through version alarm only TPS is running with 3.0
   TPC through remote managed  (unsupported operation) mode alarm only TPS is running with 2.3 / 2.2 or 2.1

Conditions:
Expected Modification 

Alarm for minimum conference bridge version
The TelePresence Conductor now raises an alarm when connected to an MCU running version 4.3 or lower.  It also raises an alarm when a TelePresence Server is connected but is not running in Remote managed mode (which may be because it is too old to support remote management).  It also raises an alarm if it is running version 3.0 or lower.  These older conference bridge versions do not support some of the new features of XC2.2.
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