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Cisco Bug: CSCvt22177 - Add Cisco:Class[25] in authz profile doesn't show in Advanced attr settings post saving.

Last Modified

Mar 20, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Identity Services Engine

Known Affected Releases

2.4(0.909) 2.6(0.902)

Description (partial)

Issue 1:
- Add advanced attribute settings Cisco -> Class [25] which shows attribute = Radius:Class. Assign a value to it.
- After saving, it doesn't show the attribute value in the advanced attribute settings space. 
- However it starts reflecting in Attribute settings at the bottom (Class = value).
- Also, it starts appearing in ASA VPN value under Common tasks when using Cisco as Netwrok device profile.

customer wants to use Any as Network device profile. In that scenario, ASA VPN is not seen under Common task and since the attribute is not visible in advanced attribute settings space as well, it is difficult to edit the class name, unless we enbale the cisco NDP and edit ASA VPN.

Customer is using multiple other types of atttributes specific to multiple vendors in same authz profile and all are visible in advanced attribute settings space after saving, can be edited easily later.

Issue 2:
- If we add multiple different class value from advanced attribute settings, it allows to save all of them and visible in attribute details at bottom. It also remove the ASA VPN value from Common task even if Cisoc NDP is chosen.
- It should have simply updated the class value in both common taks under ASA VPN and in attribute details instead of creating multiple class values.

Using Cisco -> Class [25] which shows attribute = Radius:Class in advanced attribute settings under Policy > Policy Elements > Results > AuthZ Profile.
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