Known and Addressed Issues
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The following are known and addressed issues in ExtremeCloud IQ:
The following issues were addressed in the current release of ExtremeCloud IQ:
|CFD-6673||When administrators cleared the Require Authentication After check box in a user group, the change was not persistent.|
|CFD-6668||ExtremeCloud IQ did not allow more than 25 Syslog classification rules.|
|CFD-6660||ExtremeCloud IQ was not uploading the correct CLI commands to enable Client Mode.|
|CFD-6658||Status icons on the Get Tech Data page were missing, replaced by HTML code.|
|CFD-6648||Administrators in a Monitor role were unable to view device events and alarms.|
|CFD-6632||The IP tracking option to take action when all targets become unresponsive did not function properly.|
|CFD-6621||The ALG Services configuration page QoS Class drop-down list did not render completely, hiding QoS class options.|
|CFD-6619||Redirecting URL did not permit FQDN with non-public top level domain.|
|CFD-6585||Client trail DHCP status icon did not display the correct status consistently.|
|CFD-6575||ExtremeCloud IQ did not save AP templates after the number of templates in the network policy exceeded 100.|
|CFD-6571||ExtremeCloud IQ did not upload SDR configurations to AP460C access points correctly.|
|CFD-6569||Administrators were unable to create DNS servers to be applied via classification when then number of DNS servers exceeded 25.|
|CFD-6567||ExtremeCloud IQ returned HTTP 500 error when administrators attempted to change time zone across shards.|
|CFD-6499||APs did not display their correct location in the Manage tab.|
|CFD-6497||ExtremeCloud IQ was not emailing reports.|
|CFD-6491||Auto Provisioning policy did not function properly for AP410C, AP460S12C, and AP305C access points.|
|CFD-6490||Administrators were unable to use an Extreme devices as a DNS server because that option was missing in captive web portal configurations using a custom domain name.|
|CFD-6466||The AP122X device-level interface configuration contained incorrect interface controls.|
|CFD-6462||When an administrator attempted to configure the VPN service on the common object page, the option to switch to the primary VPN gateway was not available.|
|CFD-6456||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes displayed All for the allowed VLANs in device-level configuration instead of the correct enumerated list of allowed VLANs.|
|CFD-6414||Notification email sometimes contained the incorrect Cloud PPSK expiration times.|
|CFD-6399||ExtremeCloud IQ was converting email addresses containing uppercase letters to lowercase email addresses when generating password reset email messages.|
|CFD-6258||Attempting to remove duplicate firewall rules caused unexpected behavior.|
|CFD-6162||Configuration progress appeared to halt at Configuration Updating when the admin changed an AP from DHCP to static IP address.|
|CFD-6112||The time range of the report generated by ExtremeCloud IQ was inconsistent with the report configuration.|
|CFD-5996||RADIUS Proxy was not functioning properly between AP250 and AP150W access points.|
|APC-48385||When an admin configured the primary and secondary AirDefense servers with the same IP address but different ports, ExtremeCloud IQ generated CLI commands that IQ Engine did not allow.|
|APC-48234||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes generated CLI commands that rolled back previously configured channel exclusions.|
|APC-48178||Schema upgrades for ConfigDB were unsuccessful and generated errors for ExtremeCloud IQ-SE.|
|APC-47796||When an admin selected an existing policy that was previously associated with an AP150W access point, subsequently creating a new port type for the AP302W was unsuccessful.|
|APC-47745||ExtremeCloud IQ contained an option to bounce ports on the XCA device 360 page.|
|APC-47609||When an admin deleted walled garden entries, ExtremeCloud IQ did not generate the delta configuration CLI command to remove them.|
|APC-40730||Supplemental CLI logic added unnecessary commands to the Delta Configuration updates.|
|APC-38026||ML Insights locations Search sometimes became unresponsive.|
The following are known issues in the current release of ExtremeCloud IQ:
|CFD-5344||When the switch location is in a different region from the ExtremeCloud IQ RDC, updating the switch software from ExtremeCloud IQ is sometimes unsuccessful.|
|CFD-2493||The account of an ExtremeCloud IQ administrator sometimes becomes suspended, despite being an otherwise valid account.|
|APC-47311||Device configuration uploads are sometimes unsuccessful when uploading captive portal SSIDs.|
|APC-42931||In some older browsers, ExtremeCloud IQ pages do not display properly.
Workaround: Upgrade browser to the latest version and refer to the list of supported browsers.
|APC-42709||Throughput and application metrics for wired clients of AP150W access points sometimes do not match.|
|APC-41956||Client Trail and the client tracking tool sometimes display duplicate client session entries.|
|APC-41057||Legend labels on the switch stack graph sometimes disappear when attempting to download or print the graph.|
|APC-39971||Hierarchical ExtremeCloud IQ search function only displays five results for each search category.|
|APC-38369||When an admin updates EXOS switch firmware from 30.6 to 184.108.40.206-patch1-11, the switch loses connectivity to the cloud when IQAgent is configured using the CLI.|
|APC-38238||When an EXOS switch running 220.127.116.11-patch1-11 is downgraded to 18.104.22.168 by a firmware update in ExtremeCloud IQ, the switch cannot reconnect to ExtremeCloud IQ successfully.|
|When updating an EXOS switch to a patch of the current version, the admin must select Upgrade even if the versions are the same.|
|APC-38210||When an admin assigns a branch ID to an XR-series router, the branch ID is not updated on the Devices table.
Workaround: Refresh the page if the new branch ID is not visible.
|APC-37835||When an admin deletes a RADIUS proxy profile, the deleted profile still appears in the Use Existing list.|
|APC-27965||ExtremeCloud IQ does not generate the correct CLI command set when an admin changes a device radio profile directly on the device using the Interface Settings.|
|APC-22297||ExtremeCloud IQ displays PoE configuration controls for all ports on the Dell EMC N1108P switch, even though the N1100P only supports PoE on ports 1 - 4.|
|APC-22222||If a member of the stack is disconnected, then you cannot upload a configuration to the stack while the stack is missing the member switch.
Workaround: If you want to push configuration with a member disconnected you will need to create a stack template that corresponds to the stack without the member that is disconnected and push that.
|APC-21979||ExtremeCloud IQ does not allow an admin to add more than two AP150W device templates. When a third AP150W device template is added, ExtremeCloud IQ displays an error message and does not add the device to the template.|
|APC-21676||Hierarchical ExtremeCloud IQ improperly allows an admin to select locations in the Assign Location section of Account Management when the Organization is set to All Organizations.|
|APC-21667||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes paginates the user list incorrectly, displaying the incorrect number of users per page.|
|APC-21634||If an admin enables Hierarchical ExtremeCloud IQ, and then attempts to restore ExtremeCloud IQ from a previous, non-HHM image, the restore is unsuccessful, and the admin can no longer log in to ExtremeCloud IQ.|
|APC-21456||In rare cases, ExtremeCloud IQ does not upload some IGMP sub-commands successfully.
Workaround: Use the Supplemental CLI feature to upload problematic commands.
|APC-21409||After and admin modifies a custom network service value (such as Service Idle Timeout or ALG Type), attempts to upload the change to devices are unsuccessful.|
|APC-21298||ExtremeCloud IQ returns an error message when an admin attempts to disable SDR (Software Defined Radio) on multiple APs simultaneously.|
|APC-21294||When an admin attempts to change a radio channel on multiple APs simultaneously to a channel that at least one of the radios does not support, ExtremeCloud IQ returns the error message "The channel [...] is not valid for country code [...].", which is unrelated to the actual issue that the channel is not supported by at least one of the selected radios.|
|APC-21215||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes displays inaccurate Issue and Diagnosis count information within Client Monitor.|
|APC-21194||When an admin clicks Dashboard > Diagnostics, and then promptly clicks Monitor, ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes reports that the API calls were unsuccessful.|
|APC-21178||When an admin uses some diagnostic tools, the tools do not execute properly and ExtremeCloud IQ returns a message that the device on which the tool is run is unsupported.|
|APC-21053||When the admin disables LLDP, and then uploads the new configuration, ExtremeCloud IQ continues to display LLDP information.|
|APC-21015||When devices are removed from, and then re-added to ExtremeCloud IQ, ExtremeCloud IQ does not retain the LLDP information for display in the Monitoring tab.|
|APC-20760||ExtremeCloud IQ reports as unidentified any wired devices that are connected to an SR2208P switch.|
|APC-20735||Device-level storm control settings cannot be configured on a switch unless a template for the switch is part of the network policy.|
|APC-20734||When a configuration upload is unsuccessful because of improper Supplemental CLI commands, hovering the mouse over the upload message does not result in a tool tip containing the problematic CLI command.|
|APC-20707||When an admin selects multiple switches in ExtremeCloud IQ, the Get Tech Data utility becomes unavailable.|
|APC-20647||ExtremeCloud IQ does not successfully upload configurations that contain an external RADIUS server.|
|APC-20600||Some filter settings are not persistent after the admin navigates to different tabs.|
|APC-20371||After an admin adds a user profile to an existing list of user profiles in order to apply the new profile to the traffic, ExtremeCloud IQ does not successfully upload the new configuration.|
|APC-20172||The option to configure SSH appears when the admin is attempting bulk edits of multiple switches or of switches and APs together. When the admin is performing bulk edits of multiple APs only, ExtremeCloud IQ correctly hides the SSH configuration options.|
|APC-20132||Extreme Networks Connect administrators are unable to edit RBAC role details.|
|APC-20099||ExtremeCloud IQ does not display any CPU or memory usage information when the Switch Diagnostics graph is set to display a week of data.|
|APC-20092||In some cases, ExtremeCloud IQ does not allow an administrator configuring a switch template to configure a switch port as a Phone port.|
|APC-20063||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes prompts the admin to add a license, even when the current license is sufficient.|
|APC-20018||When the admin is configuring device wireless settings, ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes returns a general error.|
|APC-19743||When the admin attempts to view a filtered list of several thousand devices, ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes cannot properly display the list of devices.|
|APC-19616||The status cards of the Monitor page in a managed service provider context do not update after the admin changes what organizations are displayed.|
|APC-19591||When there are more than 500 APs in ExtremeCloud IQ, it sometimes becomes unresponsive when reloading the Monitor page after the admin deletes a device.|
|APC-19515||Alarm notification counter background elements cannot completely contain values with more than three digits.|
|APC-19474||The type-ahead (live search) functionality sometimes displays incorrect or no information.|
|DAPC-394||Administrators sometimes cannot onboard N3024F, N2024P, N1108P, or N1524P switches after resetting the Virtual IQ.|
|DAPC-385||ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes displays the incorrect port number in the tool tip when the admin mouses over a stack port on the Port Status page.|
|DAPC-382||When an administrator attaches a switch stack to HiveManager Virtual Appliance, only the primary switch is auto-detected. The administrator must subsequently onboard the remaining stack members manually.|
|DAPC-259||When stacks are merged, ExtremeCloud IQ sometimes reports the existence of a zero-member stack along with the merged stack. The existence of the zero-member stack can result in inconsistent data and unsuccessful configuration uploads.
Workaround: Delete any zero-member stack immediately after merging stacks.
|When the primary switch is removed from a stack, the stack retains the old MAC address. As a result, the primary switch (now a standalone switch), and the original stack both have the same MAC address, which ExtremeCloud IQ cannot resolve.
Workaround: Before removing the master from a stack with the intention of continuing to use the master as a standalone switch, perform the following steps:
|DAPC-222||After an admin uploads stack template to a switch stack, ExtremeCloud IQ displays [-No Change-] in the Stack Template drop-down list, rather than the new template name.|
|DAPC-186||ExtremeCloud IQ does not display the management VLAN information in the Devices table.|
|DAPC-73||When resetting multiple switches simultaneously to factory default settings, ExtremeCloud IQ erroneously reports that the reset was unsuccessful.|
When an admin updates Dell EMC switch configurations in ExtremeCloud IQ with the Update Network Policy and Configuration option cleared, ExtremeCloud IQ displays an updated timestamp, despite no configuration update occurring.
Workaround: Be sure to select either Update Network Policy and Configuration or Upgrade Dell Switch Images before clicking Perform Update.
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