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Cisco Bug: CSCvv52902 - EPNM5.0: To have asr9k to be added to non ncs2k device filters

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Sep 28, 2020

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  • Network Level Service

Known Affected Releases

5.0(0.0.109)

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Symptom:
In 5.0 I109, Physical Optical Input/Output Power Graph Report you can see in its Report Criteria, there are no ASR9K listed as the new filter added
however, if I select All Device and All Interface, Run the Report, from the result you will still see the ASR9K data.
So the question is, if we filter the ASR9K series out from Report Criteria, why we still have the ASR9K data displayed in result ?
Another related problem that, go to Optical Physical Report - ASR9K below, the function of this report is blocked since the new added filter filtered out all ASR9K, no ASR9k listed in this Report Criteria any more, but this report is for ASR9K only.

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Conditions:
In 5.0 I109, Physical Optical Input/Output Power Graph Report you can see in its Report Criteria, there are no ASR9K listed as the new filter added
however, if I select All Device and All Interface, Run the Report, from the result you will still see the ASR9K data.
So the question is, if we filter the ASR9K series out from Report Criteria, why we still have the ASR9K data displayed in result ?
Another related problem that, go to Optical Physical Report - ASR9K below, the function of this report is blocked since the new added filter filtered out all ASR9K, no ASR9k listed in this Report Criteria any more, but this report is for ASR9K only.

See more details in the attachment.
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