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Cisco Bug: CSCvt34170 - verbose level logs not printing serviceability messages for new webauth clis

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Jul 09, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco IOS

Known Affected Releases

17.3

Description (partial)

Image used : BLD_POLARIS_DEV_LATEST_20200304_020649_2
AP Used : 3800
Client used : Windows 10 with cisco any connect 4.7

Expected:
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Enable logging : set platform software trace all verbose
Sample log would like this if ‘secure-webauth-disable’ is configured and if webauth gets HTTPS request.
Message expected : "Dropping HTTPS request since secure-webauth-disable is configured"

Issue:
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Not seeing any logs related to below cli enable and disable.
CL9800_1(config)#parameter-map type webauth global
CL9800_1(config-params-parameter-map)#secure-webauth-disable           
CL9800_1(config-params-parameter-map)#webauth-http-enable

Attached logs for reference.

Symptom:
Image used : BLD_POLARIS_DEV_LATEST_20200304_020649_2
AP Used : 3800
Client used : Windows 10 with cisco any connect 4.7

Expected:
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Enable logging : set platform software trace all verbose
Sample log would like this if ‘secure-webauth-disable’ is configured and if webauth gets HTTPS request.
Message expected : "Dropping HTTPS request since secure-webauth-disable is configured"

Issue:
--------
Not seeing any logs related to below cli enable and disable.
CL9800_1(config)#parameter-map type webauth global
CL9800_1(config-params-parameter-map)#secure-webauth-disable           
CL9800_1(config-params-parameter-map)#webauth-http-enable

Attached logs for reference.

Conditions:
Webauth related configs are present on controller.
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