Cisco Bug: CSCvj13473 - Wrong scripting point is called when handling multiple requests from different clients
Sep 27, 2018
- Cisco Access Registrar
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Symptom: We have 2 clients configured in CPAR. Packet from Client CL1 gets a script of CL2 executed , which causes a change in the expected behavior.Due to a wrong outgoing scripting point mapping of Diameter Client Peers, this random change in behabior is observed. Conditions: This wrong Peer mapping happens randomly when the packet buffer becomes full and existing packets buffers are cleaned up and reused.
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