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Cisco Bug: CSCut63809 - Missing validation check when specifying IP addresses for Sender Group

Last Modified

Mar 07, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Email Security Appliance

Known Affected Releases

7.6.3-019 8.0.1-023 8.0.2-069 8.5.6-106

Description (partial)

Upon performing the required reboot to complete the upgrade to 9.x, as the appliance comes up,
the appliance generates an application fault similar to the following:

An application fault occurred: ('net/ __init__|139', ''<type
'exceptions.ValueError'>'', ' is higher than', '[util/ screenLoop|408] [util/
inverseExtend|328] [util/ __call__|769] [screen/ __call__|30]
[util/ __call__|769] [screen/ __call__|49]
[util/ __call__|769] [screen/ __call__|195]
[util/ __call__|771] [hat/ __call__|76] [hat/
_update_bean|153] [egg/ __init__|553] [egg/ compile|595] [egg/
append|127] [egg/ get_host_type_object|84] [egg/ IP_Range_type|38]
[net/ __init__|406] [net/ __init__|139]')

ESA with a misconfigured IP address for a Sender Group listing.


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GD Availability of AsyncOS 9.6.0-042 for ESA
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