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Cisco Enterprise Accounting for ISDN 2.0 Release Notes

Cisco Enterprise Accounting for ISDN 2.0 Release Notes

December 17, 1997

This document discusses Cisco Enterprise Accounting (CEA) for ISDN, version 2.0. Use this document with the Getting Started with Cisco Enterprise Accounting for ISDN.

This release notes document includes the following sections:

Note For your reference, identification numbers follow the description of some caveats. If you need to contact your technical service representative about one of the caveats, refer to the identification number (in the format [CSCdjnnnnn], where nnnnn is a five-digit number) to speed the resolution of any questions or situations you might encounter.

Hardware and Software Requirements

The hardware and software requirements for CEA for ISDN are as follows:

The software required for CEA for ISDN is Windows NT 4.0, Workstation or Server (Service Pack 3 recommended).

CEA for ISDN Supported Devices

CEA for ISDN supports all Cisco devices that have one or more ISDN interfaces.

CEA for ISDN Supported IOS Releases

CEA for ISDN supports IOS release 11.0(7) or higher. For optimum performance, Cisco IOS release 11.2(8)P or higher is recommended.

Documentation Information

The documentation for CEA for ISDN consists of the following:

Customer documentation can also be found on the Cisco Enterprise Customer Documentation CD or on Cisco Connection Online (CCO).

Updated Product Information

The Cisco Connection Online (CCO) Web page for CEA for ISDN contains links to Marketing and technical documentation and includes the latest downloadable CEA for ISDN files. To find the latest CEA for ISDN information, point your Web browser to the following URL:

CEA for ISDN Notes and Caveats

This section describes the notes and caveats that apply to CEA for ISDN.

Device Manager Caveats

The following caveats describe Device Manager issues.

Online Help is Missing for the Device Manager Export Feature

The Device Manager allows you to export the list of polled devices and their associated SNMP read community strings. In Device Manager, use the File>Export menu command to save the list of devices to an ASCII text file. You can then edit this file (for example, add new devices to the list) and import the revised device list using the Device Manager File>Import menu command. [CSCdj57524]

Online Help for Device Manager is Incorrect

The online help for the Device Manager lists information about fields that have been eliminated or renamed.

The following are changes in the Hosts tab:

The following are changes in the NMS Hostnames tab:

Record Navigation Control Does Not Function Correctly

In the Hosts tab in the Device Manager, the record navigation control near the bottom of the window allows you to scroll through the list of polled devices in the table. Occasionally, selecting this control does not move the record cursor in the first column of the table correctly. If this occurs, you can select an entry in the table by clicking on the desired record directly. [CSCdj53568]

Windows NT Caveats

Occasionally, you might receive error messages when you shut down or restart your computer. The error messages may be related to one or both of the following:

You can safely ignore these messages.

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