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Cisco Bug: CSCvs46351 - IPSLA UDP-jitter authentication failure with more than 16 characters key string

Last Modified

Aug 25, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco 3G Wireless WAN

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Description (partial)

IP SLA Key-chain string value is expected to work with 16 characters irrespective of the key string's length. This means if we add 20 characters on one side and 30 characters on the other side, only the first 16 characters are going to be taking in consideration for the authentication from both sides.

On version Everest 16.6.4 the string only works with 16 characters. If we are more it will fail, this release requires the exact amount of 16 characters, no more no less.

This was also tested on the below versions:
++ On versions 16.6.7 and 16.9.4 the issues is NOT happening
++ On testing-dev version 17.2.20191130... the issue is also happening

Version Everest 16.6.4
Cisco ISR4321/K9
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