Cisco Bug: CSCus35826 - IPDevice.add API call does not override FQDN generation for MTA
Feb 10, 2015
- Cisco Broadband Access Center for Telco and Wireless
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Symptom: The generated FQDN will not be updated after IPDevice.add API call to register a unregistered device. Conditions: When a new MTA device boots up in the network, it will be added to RDU as NOT_REGISTERED device and it will have its FQDN generated, if the /fqdn/auto/unregistered/enable and /fqdn/domain properties set in default COS. Making IPDevice.add API call for this device will make the device as REGISTERED one but the FQDN will not be updated if there is a different host and/or domain name is specified in the IPDevice.add API call.
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