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Cisco Bug: CSCuo56184 - Controller crash seen when cpu acl is applied to controller from SNMP

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Jan 30, 2019

Products (1)

  • Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers

Known Affected Releases

7.6(130.0) 8.0(72.169)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Controller crash seen when cpu acl is applied to IPv6 controller

Conditions:
=> Add a controller to PI with IPv6 address
=> Navigate to Configure >  Controller Template Launch Pad >  Security >  Access Control >  Access Control Lists
=> Create a IPv4 and Ipv6 ACL with permit functions and protocol any
=> Now, navigate to Configure >  Controller Template Launch Pad >  Security >  CPU Access Control >  CPU Access Control List
=> Create a cpu acl template with cpu acl enabled with the created ipv4 and ipv6 acls mapped
=> With CPU acl mode set to both
=> Try to apply to the IPv6 controller
=> Controller crash is observed after that
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