Cisco Bug: CSCut65807 - Client listen address to be specifed in RHEL7 and cannot be left default
Jun 29, 2017
- Network Level Service
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Symptom: This bug is applicable only when CG-NMS is installed on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x server. CG-NMS fails to obtain DHCP leases (both IPv4 and IPv6) from the DHCP server during router configuration. You can observe the DHCP calls timing out in the CG-NMS log files. This affects router provisioning. Conditions: This issue occurs when CG-NMS is configured to bind to all interfaces (that is, set to "0.0.0.0" for IPv4, and "::" for IPv6) for DHCP IPv4 and IPv6 client purposes, CG-NMS fails to start client services on ports 67 and 547. As a result, CG-NMS fails to obtain leases for routers, which leads to router configuration failures.
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