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AT-iMG1400, AT-iMG1500,

AT-iMG2400, AT-iMG2500 Series

Software Version 4.4.3


Golden Master

(Software Release Notes)

AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.2 Golden Master

AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.3 Golden Master


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Contents
1.

INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................... 8

2.

APPLICABILITY ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1.

3.

SUPPORTED MODELS ........................................................................................................................................... 8

SOFTWARE PACKAGES ...................................................................................................................................... 10


3.1.
MAIN APPLICATION CODE FILES MATRIX .......................................................................................................... 10
3.1.1. Main Application Code via Software Update ............................................................................................... 10
3.1.2. Main Application Code via Web Update ...................................................................................................... 11
3.1.3. Embedded subsystems .................................................................................................................................. 12
3.2.
SPECIAL ENGINEERING LOADS ........................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.1. Whole flash image file .................................................................................................................................. 12
3.2.2. UBOOT code ................................................................................................................................................ 13

4.

MAIN APPLICATION CODE ............................................................................................................................... 15


4.1.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.4.2 ................................................................................................. 15
4.1.1. Support for router acceleration on AT-iMG1500 models. ........................................................................... 15
4.1.2. Support for "nat-hairpinning ...................................................................................................................... 15
4.1.3. Support for Sip Registration timeout parameter into Sip Register message ................................................ 15
4.2.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.4 .................................................................................................... 15
4.2.1. Support for SNMP RFC2790 Host Resources MIB ...................................................................................... 15
4.2.1. Support for SNMP ifXTable MIB ................................................................................................................. 15
4.2.2. Support for snmp traps of link UP and DOWN for switchport interfaces .................................................... 16
4.2.3. Voip - Sip protocol, support for non-intellegent (NI) access device ............................................................ 16
4.2.4. Support for logging IP address of users connected to mediagateway .......................................................... 16
4.2.5. Support for loading a CLI command list configuration file ......................................................................... 16
4.2.6. New CLI commands for support of port range during settings of portmap.................................................. 17
4.2.7. New CLI commands to manage flooding of unknown Multicast/Unicast traffic .......................................... 17
4.2.8. New CLI commands for dhcp client management of broadcast flag ............................................................ 17
4.2.9. Support for new SFPs plugins ...................................................................................................................... 17
4.3.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.3.3.1 .............................................................................................. 19
4.4.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.3.3 ................................................................................................. 19
4.4.2. Control of SFP plugins compatibility ........................................................................................................... 19
4.4.2. Control of VoIP restart mechanism.............................................................................................................. 20
4.4.3. Control of automatic Software Upgrade via DHCP options ........................................................................ 20
4.4.4. Control of system restart via SNMP ............................................................................................................. 21
4.4.5. Broadcast/Multicast Storm protection ......................................................................................................... 21
4.4.6. CLI support to override default_button.cfg file ............................................................................................ 21
4.4.7. CLI support for Interfaces description ......................................................................................................... 22
4.4.8. New CLI commands for wireless interface ................................................................................................... 22
4.4.9. New styles for WEB pages ............................................................................................................................ 23
4.4.20.
USB console support for WindowsTM 8 .................................................................................................... 23
4.5.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.3.2 ................................................................................................. 24
4.5.1. Wi-Fi frequency lock on AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W ..................................................................... 24
4.5.2. AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W: Wireless button is now logged........................................................... 25
4.5.3. AT-iMG2524H: Added new log commands for HPNA ................................................................................. 25
4.5.4. AT-iMG2426: EPON SFP management ....................................................................................................... 25
4.5.5. AT-iMG1400, AT-iMG2400: Support for Allied Telesis SFP compatibility check ...................................... 25
4.5.6. AT-iMG2426F: AT-SPTX SFP management................................................................................................ 26
4.5.7. AW+ CLI: support for "Terminal Length" Command .................................................................................. 26
4.5.8. AW+: support for "Exec-Timeout" Command ............................................................................................. 26
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4.5.9. AW+: support for Enable/Disable default button ........................................................................................ 26


4.5.10.
Default WEB user support ....................................................................................................................... 27
4.5.11.
Watchdog support for voice stack deadlock............................................................................................. 27
4.5.12.
Support for OSGI, DLNA, NAS Storage Service on iMG1600 ................................................................. 27
4.5.13.
New iMG2726 model ............................................................................................................................... 27
4.5.14.
New iMG1605, iMG1625, iMG1625RF models ...................................................................................... 28
4.6.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.3.1 ................................................................................................. 28
4.6.1. AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W: Support for Wi-fi Multi SSID............................................................. 28
4.6.2. WEB configuration split management support ............................................................................................. 29
4.6.3. WAN configuration support via copper LAN interfaces ............................................................................... 30
4.6.4. UPnP full support ........................................................................................................................................ 30
4.6.5. Show file command now reads also *.txt files .............................................................................................. 31
4.6.6. SIP User Pseudonym support ....................................................................................................................... 31
4.6.7. Extended System PSU CLI commands ......................................................................................................... 32
4.6.8. RFC2863 IF MIB support ............................................................................................................................ 32
4.6.9. Extended Tech. support file contents ............................................................................................................ 32
4.6.10.
New eDM1405 model............................................................................................................................... 32
4.7.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.3 .................................................................................................... 33
4.7.1. New iMG1405W and iMG1425W models .................................................................................................... 33
4.7.2. New iMG2426F model ................................................................................................................................. 33
4.7.3. Support for SIP Prefix Replacement ............................................................................................................ 34
4.7.4. Support for Loop Protection ........................................................................................................................ 34
4.7.5. Enhanced IGMP statistics ............................................................................................................................ 35
4.7.6. Support for GR909 Metallic Loop Testing ................................................................................................... 35
4.8.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.2.3 ................................................................................................. 35
4.8.1. Windows 7 USB driver native support ......................................................................................................... 35
4.8.2. Extended Ethernet Port Statistics ................................................................................................................. 36
4.9.
NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.2.1 ................................................................................................. 37
4.9.1. iMG1400 Support for SNMP traps on recovery mode ................................................................................. 37
4.10. NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.2 .................................................................................................... 37
4.10.1.
New iMG2524H model ............................................................................................................................ 37
4.10.2.
New iMG1405 and iMG1425 models....................................................................................................... 37
4.10.3.
Port Protected Mode (UFO) support ....................................................................................................... 38
4.10.4.
Dynamic DNS support ............................................................................................................................. 38
4.10.5.
Support for Multicast Routing Acceleration ......................................................................... 38
4.10.6.
Support for SIP FDB Management .......................................................................................................... 39
4.10.7.
Extended DHCP Server Options .............................................................................................................. 39
4.10.8.
Secondary IP Interface support ............................................................................................................... 40
4.10.9.
IPV6 Support ........................................................................................................................................... 40
4.10.9.1.
4.10.9.2.
4.10.9.3.
4.10.9.4.

Stateless Autoconfiguration .................................................................................................................................. 40


Stateful Autoconfiguration (DHCPv6) ................................................................................................................. 41
Stateless Autoconfiguration with DHCPv6 options .............................................................................................. 41
Router Advertisement Daemon (RADVD) and Prefix-Delegation (PD) .............................................................. 42

4.10.10. HPNA Support ......................................................................................................................................... 43


4.11. NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.1.2 ................................................................................................. 44
4.11.1.
New iMG2522 model ............................................................................................................................... 44
4.11.2.
CLI history logging .................................................................................................................................. 44
4.11.3.
SIP Supplementary services Call Tranfer and 3way Call ..................................................................... 44
4.11.4.
SIP Supplementary services Warm / Hot Line ...................................................................................... 46
4.11.5.
SIP Backup servers .................................................................................................................................. 47
4.11.6.
SIP Alerting Info map .............................................................................................................................. 47
4.11.7.
VoIP POTS CLI for Immediate versus Timed disconnect mode ........................................................... 48
4.11.8.
VoIP POTS T.38 Fax over IP support .................................................................................................. 48
4.11.9.
Q-in-Q Support ........................................................................................................................................ 48
4.11.10. IPv6 Transparent bridging mode ............................................................................................................. 49
4.11.11. PPPoE over Vlan ..................................................................................................................................... 49
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4.11.12. Switch CLI for Switch fdb ..................................................................................................................... 49


4.11.13. IP Security CLI for Firewall and Access-List ....................................................................................... 50
4.11.14. DHCP server CLI for local hosts bindings ........................................................................................... 50
4.12. NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.1.1 ................................................................................................. 50
4.12.1.
New iMG1525RF model .......................................................................................................................... 50
4.12.2.
New iMG2524F model ............................................................................................................................. 51
4.12.3.
Increased robustness on configuration files and software upgrade checks ............................................. 51
4.12.4.
DHCP client identifier (option-61) .......................................................................................................... 52
4.12.5.
AW+ CLI Extended system wide commands for priviledged modes. .................................................... 52
4.12.6.
AW+ CLI Improved logging system ...................................................................................................... 53
4.12.7.
AW+ CLI Software Update ................................................................................................................... 53
4.12.8.
AW+ CLI QoS ....................................................................................................................................... 54
4.12.9.
AW+ CLI Switch FDB visualization ..................................................................................................... 54
4.12.10. AW+ CLI VoIP logging ........................................................................................................................ 55
4.12.11. AW+ CLI VoIP SIP Protocol configuration .......................................................................................... 55
4.12.12. AW+ CLI VoIP MGCP Protocol configuration ..................................................................................... 57
4.13. NEW FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.1 .................................................................................................... 60
4.13.1.
iMG2500 and iMG1500 POTS models .................................................................................................... 60
4.13.2.
SIP VoIP Stack ......................................................................................................................................... 60
4.13.3.
MGCP VoIP Stack ................................................................................................................................... 61
4.13.4.
IGMP Snooping ....................................................................................................................................... 62
4.13.5.
Port Ethernet Statistics ............................................................................................................................ 62
4.13.6.
Mirror on Ethernet Interfaces .................................................................................................................. 63
4.13.7.
100Mbps versus 1000Mbps auto negotiation support on iMG1500 ........................................................ 63
4.14. FEATURES SUPPORTED ON RELEASE 4.0............................................................................................................. 63
4.14.1.
TR69 provisioning.................................................................................................................................... 63
4.14.2.
AW+ provisioning .................................................................................................................................... 65
4.14.3.
WEB provisioning .................................................................................................................................... 65
4.14.4.
SNMP provisioning .................................................................................................................................. 66
4.14.5.
Local Craft provisioning .......................................................................................................................... 66
4.14.6.
Battery Backup Unit provisioning............................................................................................................ 66
4.14.7.
Well known configuration disaster recovery support .............................................................................. 67
4.14.8.
Dual Image Support ................................................................................................................................. 67
4.14.9.
Multiple configuration files...................................................................................................................... 67
4.14.10. Software Ugrade via TR69, WEB and CLI (debug only) ......................................................................... 68
4.14.11. Basic Ethernet interfaces configuration support. .................................................................................... 69
4.14.12. IEEE 802.1Q (VLANs) ............................................................................................................................. 69
4.14.13. Switch Rate Limiting ................................................................................................................................ 70
4.14.14. QoS on Ethernet interfaces ...................................................................................................................... 70
4.14.15. IP bridging ............................................................................................................................................... 71
4.14.16. IP routing ................................................................................................................................................. 71
4.14.17. DHCP Server ........................................................................................................................................... 71
4.14.18. DNS Client and DNS Proxy ..................................................................................................................... 72
4.14.19. Syslog ....................................................................................................................................................... 72
4.14.20. NAT .......................................................................................................................................................... 73
4.14.21. Firewall.................................................................................................................................................... 73
4.14.22. SNTP ........................................................................................................................................................ 74
5.

MAIN APPLICATION CODE ............................................................................................................................... 75


5.1.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.4.2 GM ......................................................................................................... 75
5.1.1. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 75
5.1.2. VOIP............................................................................................................................................................. 75
5.1.3. IGMP ............................................................................................................................................................ 75
5.1.4. AW+ CLI ...................................................................................................................................................... 75
5.2.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.4 GM ............................................................................................................ 76
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5.2.1. IGMP ............................................................................................................................................................ 76


5.2.2. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 76
5.2.3. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 76
5.2.4. AW+ CLI ...................................................................................................................................................... 76
5.2.5. VOIP............................................................................................................................................................. 76
5.3.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.3.3.1 GM ...................................................................................................... 77
5.3.1. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 77
5.4.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.3.3 GM ......................................................................................................... 77
5.4.1. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 77
5.4.2. VOIP............................................................................................................................................................. 78
5.5.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.3.2 GM ......................................................................................................... 78
5.5.1. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 78
5.5.2. IGMP ............................................................................................................................................................ 78
5.5.3. HPNA ........................................................................................................................................................... 79
5.5.4. IPv6 .............................................................................................................................................................. 79
5.5.5. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 79
5.5.6. VOIP............................................................................................................................................................. 79
5.5.7. AW+ ............................................................................................................................................................. 79
5.6.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.3.1 GM ......................................................................................................... 80
5.6.1. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 80
5.6.2. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 80
5.6.3. IPv6 .............................................................................................................................................................. 81
5.6.4. SIP ................................................................................................................................................................ 81
5.6.5. POTS ............................................................................................................................................................ 81
5.7.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.3 GM ............................................................................................................ 82
5.7.1. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 82
5.7.2. WEB Interface .............................................................................................................................................. 82
5.7.3. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 83
5.7.4. VOIP............................................................................................................................................................. 84
5.8.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.2.3 GA .......................................................................................................... 84
5.8.1. Voip MGCP .................................................................................................................................................. 84
5.8.2. Voip SIP ....................................................................................................................................................... 84
5.8.3. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 85
5.8.4. SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................... 86
5.9.
ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.2.2 GM ......................................................................................................... 86
5.9.1. Voip MGCP .................................................................................................................................................. 86
5.9.2. Voip SIP ....................................................................................................................................................... 86
5.9.3. SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 87
5.10. ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.2.1 GM ......................................................................................................... 87
5.10.1.
VoIP ......................................................................................................................................................... 87
5.10.2.
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 87
5.11. ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.2 GM (INTERNALLY 4.2_112) ...................................................................... 88
5.11.1.
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 88
5.11.2.
SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................... 88
5.11.3.
IGMP ....................................................................................................................................................... 89
5.11.4.
IP ............................................................................................................................................................. 89
5.11.5.
DHCP ...................................................................................................................................................... 89
5.11.6.
VoIP SIP .................................................................................................................................................. 89
5.11.7.
Voip MGCP ............................................................................................................................................. 90
5.11.8.
VoIP Endpoint ......................................................................................................................................... 90
5.12. ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.1.2 (INTERNALLY 4.1.2_88) .......................................................................... 91
5.12.1.
IP ............................................................................................................................................................. 91
5.12.2.
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 91
5.12.3.
SWUPDATE ............................................................................................................................................. 92
5.12.4.
SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................... 93
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5.12.5.
IGMP ....................................................................................................................................................... 93
5.12.6.
VoIP MGCP ............................................................................................................................................. 94
5.12.7.
VoIP SIP .................................................................................................................................................. 94
5.12.8.
VoIP Endpoint ......................................................................................................................................... 95
5.13. ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.1.1 (INTERNALLY 4.1.1_50) .......................................................................... 96
5.13.1.
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 96
5.13.2.
SNTP ........................................................................................................................................................ 96
5.13.3.
QoS .......................................................................................................................................................... 97
5.13.4.
Switch & vlan ........................................................................................................................................... 97
5.13.5.
IP ............................................................................................................................................................. 97
5.13.6.
SwUpdate ................................................................................................................................................. 98
5.13.7.
VoIP ......................................................................................................................................................... 99
5.14. ISSUES RESOLVED ON RELEASE 4.1 (INTERNALLY 4.1_69) ............................................................................. 101
5.14.1.
SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................. 101
5.14.2.
SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................. 101
5.14.3.
IGMP ..................................................................................................................................................... 101
5.14.4.
DHCP Server ......................................................................................................................................... 101

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1.

INTRODUCTION

This document lists new features, solved issues and known issues in AT-iMG1400, AT-iMG1500, AT-iMG2400 and ATiMG2500 Next Generation gateway Series version 4.4.3
The document consists in the following sections:

Main Application Code files matrix

Special Engineering loads

New features

Known Issues

2.
2.1.

APPLICABILITY
Supported models

Software version 4.4.2 is designed to support the following AT-iMG1400 models:

Model Name

Supported / Not supported

AT-iMG1405

Support starting from release 4.2.3

AT-iMG1425

Support starting from release 4.2.3

AT-iMG1425RF

Support starting from release 4.2.3

AT-iMG1405W

Support starting from release 4.3.2

AT-iMG1425W

Support starting from release 4.3.2

Table 1. AT-iMG1400 family existing supported models.

Software version 4.4.2 is designed to support the following AT-iMG1500 models:

Model Name

Supported / Not supported

AT-iMG1505

Support starting from release 4.0

AT-iMG1525

Support starting from release 4.1


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AT-iMG1525RF

Support starting from release 4.1.1

Table 2. AT-iMG1500 family existing supported models.

Software version 4.4.2 is designed to support the following AT-iMG2500 models:

Model Name

Supported / Not supported

AT-iMG2504

Support starting from release 4.0

AT-iMG2524

Support starting from release 4.0

AT-iMG2522

Support starting from release 4.1.2

AT-iMG2524F

Support starting from release 4.1.1

AT-iMG2524H

Support starting from release 4.2

Table 3. AT-iMG2500 family existing supported models.

Software version 4.4.2 is designed to support the following AT-iMG2400 models:

Model Name

AT-iMG2426F

Supported / Not supported

Support starting from release 4.3

Table 4. AT-iMG2400 family new family and models.

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3.

SOFTWARE PACKAGES

3.1.

Main Application Code files matrix

The Main Application Code is released in two main formats:

Software Update package: its the set of files that includes the main application code plus mandatory support
files (if any) that can be downloaded on the CPE via SwUpdate module.

Web Update package: its one file with embedded 4.4.2 main application code. The Web Update package can
be installed through web page access on the CPE.

plus

3.1.1.

Main Application Code via Software Update

The following table details the Main Application Code version released through the Software Update package for each
iMG model:

Main Application Code for Software Update


iMG
model type

software version

Package name

Package content (binaries)

MD5SUM

iMG1405
iMG1425
iMG1425RF

4.4.3

iMG1400-4.4.3.zip

AT-iMG1400-4.4.3

18a85db28b5f72f202cb663d9063d586

4.4.3

iMG1500-4.4.3.zip

AT-iMG1500-4.4.3

bbbe597a4fe92bd3e9cd3504bfd83958

4.4.3

iMG2400-4.4.3.zip

AT-iMG2400-4.4.3

4.4.3

iMG2500-4.4.3.zip

AT-iMG2500-4.4.3

iMG1405W
iMG1425W
iMG1505
iMG1525
iMG1525RF

iMG2426F

48276ad066bfdae909a7fe11a452cf1a

iMG2504
iMG2524
iMG2522

d944dabda00d1fbe597c79ecd8949756

iMG2524F
iMG2524H
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Table 5. Main Application Code binary packages via Software Update.

3.1.2.

The software Update Package includes the MD5SUM file.

Main Application Code via Web Update

The following table details the Main Application Code version released through the Web Update package for each iMG
model:

Main Application Code for Software Update


iMG
model type

software
version

Package name

Package content (binaries)

MD5SUM

iMG1405
iMG1425
iMG1425RF

4.4.3

iMG1400-4.4.3_WEB.zip

AT-iMG1400-4.4.3

18a85db28b5f72f202cb663d9063d586

4.4.3

iMG1500-4.4.3_WEB.zip

AT-iMG1500-4.4.3

bbbe597a4fe92bd3e9cd3504bfd83958

4.4.3

iMG2400-4.4.3_WEB.zip

AT-iMG2400-4.4.3

48276ad066bfdae909a7fe11a452cf1a

4.4.3

iMG2500-4.4.3_WEB.zip

AT-iMG2500-4.4.3

d944dabda00d1fbe597c79ecd8949756

iMG1405W
iMG1425W
iMG1505
iMG1525
iMG1525RF
iMG2426F
iMG2504
iMG2524
iMG2522
iMG2524F
iMG2524H
Table 6. Main Application Code binary packages via WEB Update.

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3.1.3.

Embedded subsystems

Software Version 4.4.2 includes the following subsystems version:


subsystem

Version

ATI_INTERNAL_VERSION

AtiBcm-4.4.3_01

GWA_CODE_VERSION

AtiVoip-2.4_20

UBOOT_CODE_VERSION

See Table 9

Table 7. Main Application Code Embedded subsystems version.

3.2.

Special engineering loads

For manufacturing purposes and for special field recovery operations, the Main Application Code is released also in an
additional format: the whole flash image.
The flash image includes the UBOOT startup code plus default configuration scripts plus one copy of the Main
Application Code installed in the main partition

Note that special engineering loads are released in ZIP format file, they MUST be unzipped first.

3.2.1.

Whole flash image file

Whole flash image (for manufacturing)


iMG/iBG
model type

software
version

Filename

Md5sum

iMG1405
iMG1425
iMG1425RF

4.4.3

AT-iMG1400-4.4.3.image.full

96505ea0d531a6a4062a6e03cb573edd

4.4.3

AT-iMG1500-4.4.3.image.full

b474ad071cb94013767a74bb8fbe98ee

iMG1405W
iMG1425W
iMG1505
iMG1525
iMG1525RF

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iMG2426F

4.4.3

AT-iMG2400-4.4.3.image.full

09f4413b453ef1cca04dd76ea883ec69

4.4.3

AT-iMG2500-4.4.3.image.full

b23ebdb630ae62fc037c5f3bdf7ba1ab

iMG2504
iMG2524
iMG2522
iMG2524F
iMG2524H
Table 8. Whole flash images.

Note that special engineering loads cannot be loaded in a production environment. A local serial
connection to the unit is required and the operations can be executed only by qualified personnel.

3.2.2.

UBOOT code

UBOOT version (for manufacturing or RMA)


iMG/iBG
model type

UBOOT
software
version

UBOOT
script
version

UBOOT
Config

Filename
Md5sum

Version

iMG1405
iMG1425
iMG1425RF

1.0.32

1.0.8

1.8

AtiUBoot6828-iMG1400-1.0_32.bin 76DC63CCC2EBF763BB4609559464553A

1.0.23

1.0.8

1.1

AtiUboot636x-1.0_23.bin

1.0.26

1.0.8

1.2

AtiUBoot6818-iMG2400-1.0_26.bin 2B939E396F69F98B930A3C9644E76B30

1.0.07

1.0.8

1.2

AtiUboot681x-1.0_07.bin

iMG1405W
iMG1425W
iMG1505
iMG1525

9F674E235F2E3920AD3E18DB5CB86D0F

iMG1525RF
iMG2426F
iMG2504
iMG2524
iMG2522

FEEE36705EDA49517AB57A98F76DAD15

iMG2524F
iMG2524H
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Table 9. UBOOT code and scripts version.

Note that special engineering loads cannot be loaded in a production environment. A local serial
connection to the unit is required and the operations can be executed only by qualified personnel.

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MAIN APPLICATION CODE

4.1.

New features supported on release 4.4.2

4.1.1.

Support for router acceleration on AT-iMG1500 models.

Software Release 4.4.2 introduced the router acceleration feature (SMP) on iMG1500 models, performances of
routing/natting have been improved to reach same results of all AT-iMG models
References: CR5676, CR5866

4.1.2.

Support for "nat-hairpinning

With Software Release 4.4.2 has been introduced the possibility to redirect accesses for public services to internal IP
natted locations. An action of postrouting has been added via port mapping setting.
References: CR7440

4.1.3.

Support for Sip Registration timeout parameter into Sip Register message

To better respond the requests coming from VOIP world with Software Release 4.4.2 it has been improved SIP
module to be able to manage timeout parameter of SIP registration dialogue.
References: CR7624

4.2.
4.2.1.

New features supported on release 4.4


Support for SNMP RFC2790 Host Resources MIB

Software Release 4.4 supports now Host Resource MIB for monitoring CPU & memory usage.

References: CR7488

4.2.1.

Support for SNMP ifXTable MIB

Software Release 4.4 supports now ifXTable MIB for monitoring wan fiber and lan Ethernet port packet statistics.

References: CR6850
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4.2.2.

Support for snmp traps of link UP and DOWN for switchport interfaces

Software Release 4.4 supports now the possibility to enable traps for link up and link down of switchport interfaces.
CLI new command allows to globally enable or disable the feature.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config)# snmp-server enable traps link-status
awplus(config)# no snmp-server enable traps link-status

References: CR4545

4.2.3.

Voip - Sip protocol, support for non-intellegent (NI) access device

Software Release 4.4 introduces a new behavior for the media gateway. A Non Intelligent device requires the iMG to
respond to and send flash-hook events using SIP INFO messages instead of SIP INVITE messages. This affects call
handling for call-waiting, 3waycall and call transfers.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config-sip-ua)# behavior hook-flash ext-in-call
awplus(config-sip-ua)#no behavior hook-flash ext-in-call

References: CR7496

4.2.4.

Support for logging IP address of users connected to mediagateway

Software Release 4.4 adds the possibility to see in log file IP addresses of users connected via telnet or via ssh or via
http.
References: CR7344

4.2.5.

Support for loading a CLI command list configuration file

Software Release 4.4 adds the possibility to load a configuration file entirely written in CLI mode, allowing a better
management of configuration files.
References: CR7386

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4.2.6.

New CLI commands for support of port range during settings of portmap

Software Release 4.4 extends CLI commands to allow filtering out unknown multicast/unicast traffic originating from
CPE. The set of commands allow blocking the flooding of multicast/unicast traffic for each interface.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config-if)# ip nat portmap <name> protocol <prot> remote-host <IP address> external-port
<port> to <port> local-host <IP address> internal-port <port> to <port>

References: CR7345

4.2.7.

New CLI commands to manage flooding of unknown Multicast/Unicast traffic

Software Release 4.4 extends CLI commands to allow filtering out unknown multicast/unicast traffic originating from
CPE. The set of commands allow blocking the flooding of multicast/unicast traffic for each interface.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config-if)# switchport block unicast
awplus(config-if)# no switchport block unicast
awplus(config-if)# switchport block multicast
awplus(config-if)# no switchport block multicast
References: CR7460

4.2.8.

New CLI commands for dhcp client management of broadcast flag

Software Release 4.4 extends CLI commands to allow enabling/disabling of broadcast flag into dhcpclient request
message.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config)# interface vlan1
awplus(config-if)# ip dhcp client broadcast-flag
awplus(config-if)# no ip dhcp client broadcast-flag
References: CR5882

4.2.9.

Support for new SFPs plugins

Software Release 4.4 includes NEW SFPs plugins for long distance connections to its list of managed SFPs (see also
chap. 4.3.1 for previous list).
For iMG2426F:

AT-SPFXBD-LC-13,
AT-SPTX,
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AT-SPBD10-13,
AT-SPBD20-13/I,
AT-TN-P015-A,
AT-SPBD20EPON-13
AT-SPFX/2
AT-SPFX/15
AT-SPBD40-15/I,
AT-SPBD40-13/I,
AT-SPBD40-1270LU,
AT-SPBD40-1290LU,
AT-SPBD40-1310LU,
AT-SPBD40-1330LU,
AT-SPBD40-1350LU,
AT-SPBD40-1370LU,
AT-SPBD40-1390LU,
AT-SPBD40-1410LU,
AT-SPBD40-1430LU,
AT-SPBD40-1450LU,
AT-SPBD40-1470LU,
AT-SPBD40-1490LU,
AT-SPBD40-1510LU,
AT-SPBD40-1530LU,
AT-SPBD40-1550LU,
AT-SPBD40-1570LU,
AT-SPBD40-1590LU,
AT-SPBD40-1610LU,
AT-SPBD40-1270HU,
AT-SPBD40-1290HU,
AT-SPBD40-1310HU,
AT-SPBD40-1330HU,
AT-SPBD40-1350HU,
AT-SPBD40-1370HU,
AT-SPBD40-1390HU,
AT-SPBD40-1410HU,
AT-SPBD40-1430HU,
AT-SPBD40-1450HU,
AT-SPBD40-1470HU,
AT-SPBD40-1490HU,
AT-SPBD40-1510HU,
AT-SPBD40-1530HU,
AT-SPBD40-1550HU,
AT-SPBD40-1570HU,
AT-SPBD40-1590HU,
AT-SPBD40-1610HU

For iMG1400 family:

AT-SPFXBD-LC-13,
AT-SPTX,
AT-SPBD10-13,
AT-SPBD20-13/I,
AT-TN-P015-A,
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AT-SPFX/2,
AT-SPFX/15,
AT-SPBD40-15/I ,
AT-SPBD40-13/I

References: CR7338, CR7254, CR7388

4.3.

New features supported on release 4.3.3.1

There are no new features on Software Release 4.3.3.1 but only fixes of field issues.

4.4.

New features supported on release 4.3.3

4.4.1.

Control of SFP plugins compatibility

Software Release 4.3.3 changes the way SFP compatibility control works:

SFP models that belong to the list of well-known and approved SFPs are put in service without any warning to the
user.
SFP models that belong to the list of well-known incompatible SFPs are never put in service and a warning message
is raised to the user and logged in the system log.
SFP models that are unknown are put in service but a warning message is raised to the user and logged in the
system log.

The list of well-known and approved SFPs is the following.


For iMG2426F:

AT-SPFXBD-LC-13,
AT-SPTX,
AT-SPBD10-13,
AT-SPBD20-13/I,
AT-TN-P015-A,
AT-SPBD20EPON-13
AT-SPFX/2
AT-SPFX/15

For iMG1400 family:

AT-SPFXBD-LC-13,
AT-SPTX,
AT-SPBD10-13,
AT-SPBD20-13/I,
AT-TN-P015-A,
AT-SPFX/2
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Note that the usage of a SFP not approved by ATI can damage seriously the unit or even cause
personnel injury.

References: CR6970, CR7253, CR7029, CR7155, CR7146

4.4.2.

Control of VoIP restart mechanism

Software Release 4.3.3 introduces the possibility to control the way the iMG is restarted when a critical problem
happens on the VoIP stack.
Before release 4.3.3, a critical VoIP problem would cause the entire iMG to restart in order to recover from the VoIP
issue.
Starting from release 4.3.3 a configuration parameter has been introduced to instruct the system to perform a specific
action when VoIP crashes:

restart the system


restart only the VoIP stack
log only the crash and do not restart VoIP

The new attribute can be manipulated only via debug commands by setting the following data model object:
InternetGatewayDevice.VoiceProfile.1.X_ALLIEDTELESIS_COM_FailureAction
The values acceptable by this attribute are:

Default - Non-Lucent behavior is Reboot, Lucent behavior is LogOnly


LogOnly - Log the failure event but do not restart
Reboot - Log the failure and reboot the device.

References: CR7156, CR7124

4.4.3.

Control of automatic Software Upgrade via DHCP options

Software Release 4.3.3 enhances the control of software upgrade when triggered via DHCP options.
Its now possible to disable TFTP software upgrade by setting statically the ACS URL address or by setting in the data
model the attribute:
InternetGatewayDevice.X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg.X_ALLIEDTELESIS_COM_SwupdateCfg.DhcpTriggerEnable
to be 0 (default is 1)
A dhcp initiated download only occurs if:
1.
2.
3.

DHCP Option 43 is not included in the lease


Option 60 and 66 are included in the lease
ACS URL is not configured (Change)
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DhcpTriggerEnable data model attribute is set to True

References: CR7156, CR7124

4.4.4.

Control of system restart via SNMP

Software Release 4.3.3 introduces the control of system restart via SNMP interface.
Its now possible to allow a remote SNMP management system to force a system restart by setting to true the
following SNMP object:
.enterprises.alliedTelesyn.residentialGateway.iMG1000.sys.sysAdmin.sysRestart
For security reasons, by default this attribute cannot be set.
To enable the sysRestart SNMP object, the following CLI command has been introduced:
awplus(config)# snmp-server system-shutdown
References: CR7137

4.4.5.

Broadcast/Multicast Storm protection

Software Release 4.3.3 introduces the support of Broadcast/Multicast storm protection.


The following new CLI command has been introduced:
awplus(config-if)# storm-control broadcast level <% of link utilization>
or
awplus(config-if)# storm-control multicast level <% of link utilization>
References: CR6666

4.4.6.

CLI support to override default_button.cfg file

Software Release 4.3.3 extends CLI file management commands and make possible to override the default_button.cfg
file by using one existing configuration file or the running configuration.
Its therefore possible to create default_button.cfg files that are customized per user and that can contains an operative
configuration suitable for the customer.
For example a customized user default_button.cfg could contain wireless configuration parameters at their defaults
with a well know public SSID and password while all the remaining iMG configuration is fully operative for all the other
services.
So all the following CLI commands now work:
awplus# copy test.cfg default_button.cfg
awplus# copy default_button.cfg test.cfg
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awplus# copy running-config default_button.cfg


awplus# move test.cfg default_button.cfg
awplus# move default_button.cfg test.cfg
awplus# delete default_button.cfg
References: CR7229

4.4.7.

CLI support for Interfaces description

Software Release 4.3.3 extends CLI commands to support the description field on switch interfaces.
The following new CLI command has been introduced:
awplus(config-if)# description <port-description>
References: CR5560

4.4.8.

New CLI commands for wireless interface

Software Release 4.3.3 extends CLI commands to fully configure wireless interface without requiring access to the
WEB interface or TR69 data model.
The extended set of commands is useful when provisioning of iMG1400W models is mainly operated via CLI scripts.
The following command is used to specify the Wi-Fi country, i.e. the range of allowed frequencies for Wi-Fi interface:
awplus(config)# interface dot11radio1.0.1
awplus(config-if-dot11radio)# world-mode dot11d country-code <countryID>
The following command is used to change the network name on the selected SSID:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <old_SSID>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# ssid-name <new_SSID>
The following command is used to change the host authentication/encryption protocol on the selected SSID:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <SSID>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# wpa-psk ascii <wpa_passphrase>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# authentication key-management wpa2-psk
The following command is used to hide/unhide the broadcast of the network SSID:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <SSID>
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The following command is used to create and enable a white list of MAC addresses allowed to connect:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <SSID>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# permit 00:22:FB:07:CC:5A
awplus(config-if-ssid)# permit
The following command is used to create and enable a black list of MAC addresses not allowed to connect:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <SSID>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# deny 00:22:FB:07:CC:5A
awplus(config-if-ssid)# deny
The following command is used to change the channel used by the Wi-Fi radio:
awplus(config)# interface dot11radio1.0.1
awplus(config-if-dot11radio)# channel {number of channel| MHz | least-congested}
The following command is used to change the 802.11 protocol family:
awplus(config)# interface dot11radio1.0.1
awplus(config-if-dot11radio)# protocol-family <protocol>
The following command is used to enable client isolation on the selected SSID:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid <SSID>
awplus(config-if-ssid)# client-isolation
References: CR6468

4.4.9.

New styles for WEB pages

In Software Release 4.3.3 color and font schemas for WEB pages are changed accordingly to new MarCom
recommendations.
References: CR6981

4.4.10.

USB console support for Windows

TM

The USB universal driver configuration file already release in 4.3.2 is also valid for Windows 8.
References: CR6992

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4.5.
4.5.1.

New features supported on release 4.3.2


Wi-Fi frequency lock on AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the lock of Wi-Fi frequencies depending on the country where the unit is used.
The frequency lock is done at production level, therefore is not possible to remove the lock without RMA the unit.
For the countries where lock is active, the WEB interface does not allow to change the Wi-Fi country (and therefore
the frequencies channels range); for all the other cases the Wi-Fi country can be changed via WEB or via CLI.
References: CR6919, CR6920, CR6932

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4.5.2.

AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W: Wireless button is now logged

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to log wireless button activity when it is pushed to turn on/off wireless
radio.
References: CR6895
4.5.3.

AT-iMG2524H: Added new log commands for HPNA

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to log HPNA.


References: CR6968

4.5.4.

AT-iMG2426: EPON SFP management

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to manage GEPON SFP on iMG2426 product.
No special CLI commands are needed to enable the feature. The GEPON SFP module is automatically detected and
the interface is referred by CLI commands as port1.0.7 like any other SFP type.
References: CR6928, CR6929

4.5.5.

AT-iMG1400, AT-iMG2400: Support for Allied Telesis SFP compatibility check

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to manage only ATI Certified SFP's.
Units produced after release 4.3.2 will have an hard coded configuration flag that prevents SFPs that are not Allied
Telesis to operate. In this case the WAN connection will remain always down and a warning message is prompted any
time a user logins into the system.
Units produced before release 4.3.2 do not have such hard coded configuration flag. Therefore in this case SFPs that
are not Allied Telesis will still work. Also in this case a warning message is prompted any time a user logins into the
system to inform that the SFP is not Allied Telesis certified.
The following is the list of SFPs supported on release 4.3.2:

AT-SPFXBD-LC-13,
AT-SPTX,
AT-SPBD10-13,
AT-SPBD20-13/I,
AT-TN-P015-A,
AT-SPBD20EPON-13

References: CR6970

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4.5.6.

AT-iMG2426F: AT-SPTX SFP management

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to manage AT-SPTX on iMG2426F product.
No special CLI commands are needed to enable the feature. AT-SPTX SFP module is automatically detected and the
interface is referred by CLI commands as port1.0.7 like any other SFP type.
References: CR6927, CR6380

4.5.7.

AW+ CLI: support for "Terminal Length" Command

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to manage Terminal Length via AW+ CLI:
For example:
awplus# terminal length 0 (for no pausing)
or
awplus# terminal length 80
References: CR6938

4.5.8.

AW+: support for "Exec-Timeout" Command

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to manage session logout via AW+ CLI:
For example:
awplus(config-line)# exec-timeout 0 (for no timeout)
or
awplus(config-line)# exec-timeout {<minutes>} [<seconds>]
References: CR6940

4.5.9.

AW+: support for Enable/Disable default button

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the possibility to disable/enable the Default button functionality.
For example:
awplus(config)# no boot default-button
or
awplus(config)# boot default-button

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When default button is disabled, its not possible to force the system to restart executing the configuration associated
to the default button. As consequence the system will boot running a factory (default) configuration.
References: CR6945

4.5.10.

Default WEB user support

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support for a default WEB user that can access only to split management WEB
pages.
The username/password of the default WEB user is: admin/admin.
References: CR6893

4.5.11.

Watchdog support for voice stack deadlock

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support to detect voice stuck situations and force a system restart to recover
the system.
References: CR6950

4.5.12.

Support for OSGI, DLNA, NAS Storage Service on iMG1600

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support for OSGI, DLNA, NAS storage service on iMG1600 products.

This is a feature not supported for the field but only for internal development purposes.

References: CR6923

4.5.13.

New iMG2726 model

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support of the new model named AT-iMG2726:

The iMG2726 is a iMG2426F based board for GPON application.

Model Name

WAN Interface

LAN Interface(s)

POTS

Wireless

AT-iMG2726

SFP 1000/GPON

10/100/1000Tx (6)

None

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AT-iMG2726 is not in production yet. GPON SFPs are still under analysis at the time this software
release note is written. Currently AT-iMG2726 can run only active-fiber SFPs at 1000 Mbps.

References: CR6853, CR5738

4.5.14.

New iMG1605, iMG1625, iMG1625RF models

Software Release 4.3.2 introduces the support of the new models named AT-iMG1605, AT-iMG1625, AT-iMG1625RF:

The iMG1600 is for GPON application.

Model Name

WAN Interface

LAN Interface(s)

POTS

Wireless

CATV

AT-iMG1605

1000/GPON

10/100/1000Tx (5)

None

None

None

AT-iMG1625

1000/GPON

10/100/1000Tx (5)

None

None

AT-iMG1625RF

1000/GPON

10/100/1000Tx (5)

None

AT-iMG1600 family is not in production yet. GPON SFPs are still under analysis at the time this
software release note is written. Currently AT-iMG1625 can run only active-fiber SFPs at 1000
Mbps.

References: CR6923

4.6.
4.6.1.

New features supported on release 4.3.1


AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W: Support for Wi-fi Multi SSID

Software Release 4.3.1 introduces the support for multiple SSID (max 4) on the wireless interface.
Each SSID can be associated to a different vlan allowing the deployment of multiservice applications over multiple
wireless networks.
Configuration of multiple SSIDs is a two stage process:

First, each SSID is associated to the proper vlan via CLI commands

Second, each SSID is customized via WEB interface


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For example:
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid iMG1425W_00_01_71
awplus(config-if-ssid)# vlan 204
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid Guest1
awplus(config-if-ssid)# vlan 202
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid Guest2
awplus(config-if-ssid)# vlan 203
awplus(config)# dot11 ssid Guest3
awplus(config-if-ssid)# vlan 205
At this point, via WEB interface, the user can enable or disable secondary SSIDs, change the descriptions and also
specify the type of security separately for each SSID.

Note that Wi-Fi standard and channel frequencies are common to all the SSIDs and cannot be
configured separately for each network.

References: CR6707, CR6602

4.6.2.

WEB configuration split management support

Software Release 4.3.1 extends the support for iMG configuration via WEB pages.
In order to display the proper WEB contents, a WEB user with privileges between 9 to 14 must be created:

awplus# configure
awplus(config)# username home-user privilege 9 password my-home-pwd
At this point the following contents are available through WEB GUI:

Summary

WAN Statistics

Routing table configuration


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ARP table contents

DHCP hosts table

DHCP server configuration

NAT reserved mapping configuration

NAT DMZ network configuration

Firewall IP Filtering configuration

Firewall Port Triggering configuration

Firewall Parental Control configuration

Password configuration

References: CR6457, CR6711, CR6712, CR6713, CR6714, CR6715, CR6716, CR6717, CR6718, CR6760, CR6751

4.6.3.

WAN configuration support via copper LAN interfaces

Software Release 4.3.1 introduces the possibility to use any LAN interface as uplink WAN interface.
Configuration of the LAN interface follows the same rules as for any trunk interface. The standard WAN interface
(SFP or Fiber based) will be left unconfigured and unplugged.
For what concern the management of IGMP messages for video service, i.e. the detection of the multicast router
interface, the software is able to automatically identify the uplink interface by receiving IGMP queries from the access
network.

Note that only for iMG2426F, LAN5 and LAN6 interfaces cannot be used as uplink WAN
interfaces due to limitations on IGMP. Only LAN1 to LAN4 are allowed to be used for uplink
copper links.

References: CR5349, CR6485, CR5669

4.6.4.

UPnP full support

Software Release 4.3.1 introduces full UPnP support when the iMG is used as router with NAT functionality.
In this case the iMG advertises its capability as an Internet Access Device for any UPnP aware client connected to the
local area network.
UPnP protocol allows internal clients like some Windows applications to configure automatically reserved map rules
on the iMG NAT module accordingly to the service that the application needs to enable.
The NAT reserved map rules configured via UPnP become visible both on the CLI and on the WEB interface but are
not saved in the datamodel.
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To enable UPnP support its necessary to specify the outer VLAN where NAT is enabled (this is necessary for multi
homed solutions where more than one IP interface could have NAT configured) and the internal VLAN where UPnP
SSDP messages need to be advertised.
awplus#(config)# interface vlan<public-VID>
awplus#(config-if)# ip upnp network enable
awplus#(config-if)# exit
awplus#(config)# interface vlan<local-VID>
awplus#(config-if)# ip upnp local enable
awplus#(config-if)# end
References: CR6456

4.6.5.

Show file command now reads also *.txt files

The CLI show file command now accepts also *.txt files generated by the show tech and show tech all CLI
commands.
References: CR6674

4.6.6.

SIP User Pseudonym support

Software Release 4.3.1 extends the SIP stack functionalities by adding the support for SIP pseudonyms.
Its now possible to associate to each dial peer pots a strings (alphanumeric) that is used during the registration phase
as local URI. The same string can also be used as termination identifier for incoming calls.
For example:
awplus#(config)# dial-peer voice 1 pots
awplus(config-dial-peer)# destination-pattern 201723239873
awplus(config-dial-peer)# registration-name MrBobBrown-Line1
References: CR6763

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4.6.7.

Extended System PSU CLI commands

Starting from Software Release 4.3.1 its possible to enable/disable via CLI command the monitoring of Battery Back UP
alarm lines. Previously the feature was configurable only via TR69 interface.
The new command is:
awplus#(config)# psu-management
References: CR5129

4.6.8.

RFC2863 IF MIB support

Starting from Software Release 4.3.1 its possible to read interface packets statistics via SNMP as defined by ifTable in
RFC2863.
There is no specific settings for this feature. SNMP ifTable is immediately available as soon SNMP agent is enabled.
References: CR4505

4.6.9.

Extended Tech. support file contents

The technical support file contents (see show tech CL:I command) has been extended to include information also for
the following modules:

recovery

loop protection

voice translation

port counters

UPnP configuration

References: CR6670, CR 6671, CR 6672, CR 6673, CR6727

4.6.10.

New eDM1405 model

Software Release 4.3.1 introduces the support of the new model named AT-eDM1405:

The eDM1405 is a iMG1405 based board for business/industrial application.

Model Name

WAN Interface

LAN Interface(s)

POTS

Wireless

AT-eDM1405

SFP 100/1000

10/100Tx (2)
10/100/1000Tx (3)

None

Single Band b/g/n

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4.7.
4.7.1.

New features supported on release 4.3


New iMG1405W and iMG1425W models

Software Release 4.3 introduces the support of the new models named AT-iMG1405W and AT-iMG1425W belonging
to the iMG1400 families:

The iMG1405W has the same characteristics as iMG1405 plus wireless interface.
The iMG1425W has the same characteristics as iMG1425W plus wireless interface.

Model Name

WAN Interface

LAN Interface(s)

POTS

Wireless

AT-iMG1405W

SFP 100/1000

10/100Tx (2)
10/100/1000Tx (3)

None

Single Band b/g/n

AT-iMG1425W

SFP 100/1000

10/100Tx (2)
10/100/1000Tx (3)

FXS (2)

Single Band b/g/n

Both the two new models adopt a Wireless radio card that supports b/g/n modes Single Band at 2.4 GHz.
Software Release 4.3 supports only one SSID (that can be associated to just one vlan to transport untagged ethernet
frames). Support for multiple SSID is for future.
Configuration of the wireless interface is mainly performed via WEB interface. CLI commands are needed to assign the
wireless network SSID to a specific vlan.
iMG1405W and iMG1425W have also a wireless button accessible on the left side of the unit that allows the user to
disable/enable the wireless interface (without the need to use WEB interface or CLI commands).
References: CR5855, CR 3986, CR4349, CR4522, CR6177, CR6580, CR6514, CR6483, CR4347 ,CR4269, CR6519, CR6531,
CR6624, CR6169

4.7.2.

New iMG2426F model

Software Release 4.3 introduces the support of the new model named AT-iMG2426F. AT-iMG1405W has the same
characteristics of AT-iMG2524F but it offers 6 LAN interfaces instead of four.

Model Name

WAN Interface

LAN Interface(s)

POTS

AT-iMG2426F

SFP 100/1000

10/100/1000Tx (6)

FXS (2)

References: CR5776, CR6586, CR6507, CR6357, CR6349, CR6323


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4.7.3.

Support for SIP Prefix Replacement

Only for SIP protocol, starting from Software Release 4.3 its possible to automatically add a prefix or replace the first
part of a dialed number.
The administrator can create a set of rules (a translation set) that look for specific patterns in the dialed number and
then perform an action like replace the matching number with another one or add a prefix in front of the dialed
number.
To create a new translation set and assigns an identifier #3 to it:
awplus#(config)# voice translation-rule 3
To create a rule #6 that replaces the prefix 011 with 00:
awplus(config-voi-trans-rule)# rule 6 011 00 replace
To assign a translation set #3 to a POTS interface:
awplus(config)# dial-peer voice 1 pots
awplus(config-dial-peer)# translate-outgoing 3
References: CR4438, CR6629, CR6413

4.7.4.

Support for Loop Protection

Software Release 4.3 introduces the Loop Protection feature to protect the iMG from accidental network loops on the
LAN side.
When loop protection is activated, LAN interfaces send periodically special loop protection MAC frames (ldif) to pool
the user side network.
If one of the loop protection frames is received back, this is detected as a loop condition and then the sending interface
is automatically disabled.
Periodically the system will attempt to re-enable the locked interface to check if the loop condition still exists, and in
case no loop frames are received, i.e. there is no more loop, the interface is re-enabled.
To enable loop protection a system level:
awplus(config)# loop-protection loop-detect
To activate loop protection on LAN interfaces:
awplus(config)# interface port1.0.1-port1.0.4
awplus(config-if)# loop-protection
SNMP Private TRAPS are also generated when loop-protection detects a loop on one or more LAN interfaces or
when loop is completely removed.
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A new iMG1000 MIB file containing the loop protection objects and TRAPs definition is released.
References: CR4455, CR6644, CR6521, CR6523, CR6510, CR6477, CR6481

4.7.5.

Enhanced IGMP statistics

Software Release 4.3 extends IGMP statistics information by adding the following new CLI commands:
awplus# show ip igmp groups
IGMP IGMP Connected Group Membership
Group Address

Interface

Uptime

Expires

Last Reporter

239.255.255.254

port1.0.5

00:21:30

00:03:57

10.17.90.1

224.0.1.60

port1.0.5

00:21:24

00:03:54

10.17.90.31

239.255.255.100

port1.0.5

00:19:52

00:02:38

10.17.90.78

224.2.2.52

dot11radio1.0.1

00:02:56

00:02:30

10.17.90.131

References: CR5946, CR6522, CR6414, CR6381, CR6371

4.7.6.

Support for GR909 Metallic Loop Testing

Software Release 4.3 introduces GR909 testing suite for POTS lines
To start GR909 tests, use the following CLI commands:
awplus(config)# test voice-port tel1
then to review the test results use the following command:
awplus# show test voice-port tel1
References: CR3997, CR6352, CR6335

4.8.

New features supported on release 4.2.3

Software Release 4.2.3 is mainly designed to fix issues coming from the field and only few features have been added to
improve interoperability and usability.
4.8.1.

Windows 7 USB driver native support

Software Release 4.2.3 releases a new USB .inf file for Windows that instructs Windows 7 how use its own Universal
USB driver when AT-iMG is connected to a USB interface.
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This new USB driver makes USB connection much more reliable under Windows 7. In addition a fix on the USB iMG
DHCP server has improved to USB connection resolution reducing the time when USB interface is disconnected and
then reconnected to the same iMG.
References: CR 6390,CR6404

4.8.2.

Extended Ethernet Port Statistics

Software Release 4.2.3 has extended the support by CLI for MIB-II interface statistics.
The following new CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus# show platform port port1.0.x counters
For Example:
awplus# show platform port port1.0.6 counters
Switch Port Counters
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Port 1.0.6

Ethernet MAC counters:

Combined receive/transmit packets by size (octets) counters:


64
65 - 127

860 512 - 1023


1218 1024 - MaxPktSz

128 - 255

256 - 511

1036

0
0

General counters:
Receive
Octets
Pkts
CRCErrors
UnicastPkts

Transmit
514454 Octets
3122 Pkts

730458
1458

0
1219 UnicastPkts

1377

MulticastPkts

8 MulticastPkts

BroadcastPkts

1895 BroadcastPkts

81

FlowCtrlFrms

0 FlowCtrlFrms

OversizePkts

Fragments

Jabbers

UpsupportOpcode

UndersizePkts

0
Collisions

0
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LateCollisions

ExcessivCollsns

Miscellaneous counters:
MAC TxErr

MAC RxErr

Drop Events

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------References: CR 6286

4.9.

New features supported on release 4.2.1

Software Release 4.2.1 is mainly designed to fix issues coming from the field after Software Release 4.2 was released.
The following is the only enhancement added in this release:
4.9.1.

iMG1400 Support for SNMP traps on recovery mode

Software Release 4.2.1 adds the support for SNMP traps (private) when restarting in recovery mode in order to inform
a remote management system that the unit needs to be software upgraded.
A new MIB private file is released to export the OIDs of the new added SNMP traps objects.
References: CR 6085

4.10.
4.10.1.

New features supported on release 4.2


New iMG2524H model

Software Release 4.2 introduces the support of the new model named iMG2524H belonging to the iMG2500 families.
The iMG2524H has the same characteristics as the iMG2524F model but it has HPNA interfaces on the use side.
References: CR 5440

4.10.2.

New iMG1405 and iMG1425 models

Software Release 4.2 introduces the support of the new models named iMG1405 and iMG1425 belonging to the
iMG1400 families.
The iMG1405 has the same characteristics as the iMG1505
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The iMG1425 has the same characteristics as the iMG1525


Both the two models support SFP module for WAN interface. In addition an external RF module can be plugged for
CATV applications.
iMG1400 family supports only a single image partition. A recovery mechanism has been implemented to manage the
upgrade of the main partition in the field in case of failure.
All switch ports are 10/100/1000 except for port1.0.3-port1.0.4 that are 10/100 only
References: CR 5045, CR 5049, CR 5417, CR 5435, CR 5925, CR 5955

4.10.3.

Port Protected Mode (UFO) support

Protected Mode is a technique to avoid broadcast traffic to flow between two or more interface belonging to the same
vlan.
Protected mode is also referred on iMAP system as UFO (Uplink Forwarding Only) mode to highlight the fact that this
feature is typically used to force communication between hosts to happen only through the uplink network.
To enable Protected mode on an interface:
configure
interface port1.0.3,port1.0.4
protected
end
References: CR 5477

4.10.4.

Dynamic DNS support

Dynamic DNS (ddns) is a feature that allows the IMG to register its own IP address and hostname to a remote ddns
providers (tzo and dyndds).
The iMG can then be reachable via its hostname given the fact the DDNS provider will resolve the iMG ip address for
the rest of the world.
References: CR 5566

4.10.5.

Support for Multicast Routing Acceleration

Multicast Routing Acceleration is a technique to allow multicast stream received on a vlan network faced to be
forwarded to a different vlan customer faced.
The cross of vlan boundaries is performed at fabric switch level allowing wire speed performances. It is not a pure
routing in strict sense because TTL is not decreased and multicast frames are not modified.

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To enable Multicast Routing Acceleration its necessary to enable igmp snooping and proxy on the outer vlan by
entering:
configure
interface vlan205 (vlan 205 is the vlan video facing the network access)
ip igmp proxy-service
ip igmp snooping
exit
interface vlan100 (vlan 100 is the vlan video facing the customer/local network)
ip igmp snooping
end
References: CR 4462

4.10.6.

Support for SIP FDB Management

SIP Forwarding is an extension of the existing dial peer concept that allows the iMG to talk directly to a remote peer
without having to go through a proxy server.
To configure a FDB peer:
dial-peer voice 4 voip
destination-pattern 215xxxx
session target 172.32.3.121
end
References: CR 4509

4.10.7.

Extended DHCP Server Options

New DHCP server options are now supported.


The following is the list of the added options:
Option 40 - nis-domain.
Option 41 - nis-servers.
Option 42 - ntp-servers.
Option 66 - tftp-server-name.
Option 128 - undefined 128. .
Option 201 - undefined 201.
Option 60 - vendor-class-identifier
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Option 43 - vendor-specific-info
Option 72 - www-server
References: CR 4468

4.10.8.

Secondary IP Interface support

Software Release 4.2 has introduced the support for Secondary IP Interface over vlan.
Secondary IP interfaces share the same physical media (vlan) of the primary IP interface to which they are attached.
Secondary IP interfaces do not need to be configured on the same subnet as they primary IP interfaces. They can be
static or dynamic via DHCP client with proper dhcp client configuration options.
They participate also to the routing decision process.
To create a secondary ip interface on top of vlan 100:
vlan database
vlan 100 name vlan_data
interface vlan100
ip address dhcp
exit
interface vlan100.1
ip address dhcp
exit
References: CR 5675

4.10.9.

IPV6 Support

IPv6 is a new layer 3 protocol which will supersede IPv4. Major changes in IPv6 are the redesign of the header,
including the increase of address size from 32 bits to 128 bits.
IPv6 has been developed to work in Dual Stack mode with IPv4.
On iMG (all the iMG1400, iMG1500 and iMG2500 families) IPv6 addresses can be configured via stateless
autoconfiguration method (SLAAC), or stateful (DHCPv6) method or both stateless and DHCPv6.

4.10.9.1.

Stateless Autoconfiguration

IPv6 stateless autoconfiguration is a fairly simple protocol. The iMG creates an interface identifier, then obtains a
network prefix that is pre-pended to the interface identifier to configure a global valid IPv6 address
The interface identifier can be used for any link-local or global addresses. This interface identifier, called EUI-64, is 64
bits that are adapted from the device's layer two address, typically MAC-48 in LANs. The interface identifier is then
appended to the prefix fe80::/10, which is reserved for link-local addresses.
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The IPv6 router in the access network sends a router advertisement to the all-nodes multicast address with a network
prefix, preferred and valid lifetimes, and a MTU for the link. The prefix is prepended to the interface identifier and a
new, often globally routable, IPv6 address is added to the iMG interface.
To enable IPv6 SLAAC autoconfiguration:
configure
vlan database
vlan 1666 name vlan_ipv6
interface port1.0.6
switchport access vlan 1666
interface vlan1666
ipv6 address autoconfig default
end

4.10.9.2.

Stateful Autoconfiguration (DHCPv6)

DHCPv6 is called ``stateful'' since there is bidirectional communication between the dhcpv6 client and dhcpv6 server.
DHCPv6 stateful IPv6 configuration method allows to obtain options DNS servers or NTP servers) and addresses, in
particular the IPv6 prefix for the prefix delegation feature.
To enable IPv6 DHCPv6 stateful configuration method:
configure
vlan database
vlan 1666 name vlan_ipv6
interface port1.0.6
switchport access vlan 1666
interface vlan1666
ipv6 address dhcp
end

4.10.9.3.

Stateless Autoconfiguration with DHCPv6 options

DHCPv6 is capable of being used in communion with IPv6 stateless autoconfiguration method (SLAAC), A DHCPv6
client can be used to just obtain DHCPv6 options only, such as DNS and NTP servers or a prefix-delegation prefix.
To enable IPv6 SLAAC autoconfiguration method with DHCPv6 option:
configure
vlan database
vlan 1666 name vlan_ipv6
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interface port1.0.6
switchport access vlan 1666
interface vlan1666
ipv6 address autoconfig default
ipv6 dhcp client pd MyPrefixDel
end

4.10.9.4.

Router Advertisement Daemon (RADVD) and Prefix-Delegation (PD)

In conjunction with DHCPv6 client, iMG can provide a Router Advertisement Daemon (RADVD) allowing the
possibility to manage an independent internal IPv6 network SLAAC based.
DHCPv6 client will obtain a prefix for prefix-delegation from the external network and will use it on the Router
Advertisement Daemon for the devices connected to its internal network, with the opportunity to provide also
DHCPv6 options to hosts locally connected.
To enable IPv6 SLAAC autoconfiguration method with DHCPv6 prefix-delegation option:
configure
vlan database
vlan 1666 name vlan_ipv6
interface port1.0.6
switchport access vlan 1666
interface vlan1666
ipv6 address autoconfig default
ipv6 dhcp client pd MyPrefixDel
end
To enable Router Advertisement Daemon on internal network and Prefix-delegation application:
configure
vlan database
vlan 3030 name internal_IPv6_network
exit
interface vlan3030
ipv6 address MyPrefixDel 0:0:0:1::/64
ipv6 nd other-config-flag
ipv6 nd ra-interval 60
no ipv6 nd suppress-ra
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end
Adding DHCPv6 options for clients connected internally:
configure
interface vlan3030
ipv6 dhcp pool
dns-server

2012:900:1666:1:211:50ff:fe9b:703e

domain-name service.stre.ipv6
ipv6 dhcp server
end

4.10.10.

HPNA Support

HomePNA (HPNA) is a technology used to transport IP data services over coaxial cable.
It is suited for scenarios where the users house is already cabled with coaxial cable for TV service and the service
provider want to add also IP services on the same media
HPNA interface is managed like the other Ethernet interfaces even if some features (rate limiting, port protection and
ipv6 support) are not supported.
HPNA interface is referred in the CLI configuration as hpna1.0.1 interface.
References: CR 5440

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4.11.
4.11.1.

New features supported on release 4.1.2


New iMG2522 model

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the support of the new model named iMG2522 belonging to the iMG2500 families.
The iMG2522 has the same characteristics as the iMG2524 model but is has only 2 LAN 10/100/1000Mbps interfaces.
The WAN interface (fiber) supports only 1000Mbps operations (1000BX).
References: CR 5252, CR 5259

4.11.2.

CLI history logging

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the logging of CLI commands history (up to 32 entries) and the possibility to recall
them using the UP/Down arrow keys.
All the CLI commands are now logged into the system log file.
awplus# show history
Also, the system log file can now be cleared by CLI command:
awplus# clear log
References: CR 4895, CR 5100, CR 5313, CR4898

4.11.3.

SIP Supplementary services Call Tranfer and 3way Call

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the following supplementary services for SIP protocol:

Attended Call Transfer


Blind Call Transfer
3 Way Call (internally muxed)

In the Attended Call Transfer, User A and User B are in a call, then:
1.

User A press the flash-hook button and a dial tone is heard (user B is put on-hold)

2.

User A dial the Attended Call Transfer prefix, a special tone is heard, and User A continues to dial the User C
address,

3.

User C is called,

4.

User C answers the call,

5.

User A and user C are in call (User B is on-hold),


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6.

User A press the flash-hook button to quit from the service,

7.

User C and User B are now in call,

8.

User A on-hook.

To configure the Attended Call Transfer prefix the following CLI commands are used (example):

awplus(config)# voipapp feature access-code


awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# transfer consult *34
To add the Attended Call Transfer service on the POTS interface the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config)# voipapp supplementary-services
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv)# port tel1
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# transfer-mode consult
In the Blind Call Transfer, User A and User B are in a call, then:
1.

User A press the flash-hook button and a dial tone is heard (user B is put on-hold)

2.

User A dial the Blind Call Transfer prefix, a special tone is heard, and User A continues to dial the User C address,

3.

User C is called,

4.

User C answers the call,

5.

User C and User B are now in call,

6.

User A on-hook.

To configure the Blind Call Transfer prefix the following CLI commands are used (example):
awplus(config)# voipapp feature access-code
awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# transfer blind *33
To add the Blind Call Transfer service on the POTS interface the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config)# voipapp supplementary-services
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv)# port tel1
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# transfer-mode blind

In the 3 Way Call, User A and User B are in a call, then:


1.

User A press the flash-hook button and a dial tone is heard (user B is put on-hold)

2.

User A dial the 3 Way Call prefix, a special tone is heard, and User A continues to dial the User C address,

3.

User C is called,
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User C answers the call,

5.

User A press the flash-hook again,

6.

User A, User B and User C are now in a 3 way call,

7.

User C or User B can quit from the conference at any time,

8.

When User A on-hook, the 3 way call is dropped.

To configure the 3 Way Call prefix the following CLI commands are used (example):
awplus(config)# voipapp feature access-code
awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# conference *35
To add the 3 Way Call service on the POTS interface the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config)# voipapp supplementary-services
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv)# port tel1
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# conference
References: CR 4437

4.11.4.

SIP Supplementary services Warm / Hot Line

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the following supplementary services for SIP protocol:

Warm Line
Hot Line

To configure the Warm Line prefixes the following CLI commands are used (example):
awplus(config)# voipapp feature access-code
awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# warmline *51
awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# warmline cancel *52
awplus(config-voipapp-fac)# warmline reactivate *53
To add the Warm Line service on the POTS interface the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv)# port tel1
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# warmline
To configure the Hot Line its not necessary to specify any Warm Line feature access codes but its necessary to
change the Warm Line timeout to be 0 secs and to specify the hotline number.
For example:
awplus(config)# voipapp supplementary-services
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv)# port tel1
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awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# warmline
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# warmline timeout 0
awplus(config-voipapp-suppl-serv-port)# warmline digits 201723231211

4.11.5.

SIP Backup servers

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the support for a secondary SIP registrar server and a secondary SIP proxy server:
To configure the Backup servers the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config-sip-ua)sip-server <SipServerIpaddr> secondary
awplus(config-sip-ua)# registrar <RegistrarIpaddr> secondary
References: CR 5269

4.11.6.

SIP Alerting Info map

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the possibility to map the SIP alerting-info attribute to a specific ring pattern
(depending on the selected country).
To configure the SIP alerting-info attribute the following CLI commands are used:
awplus(config)# sip-ua
awplus(config-sip-ua)# map alertinfo <Pattern #> <alert-info string>
Where:
Pattern1 is distinctive-ring-1 (cai)
Pattern2 is distinctive-ring-2 (cai0)
Pattern3 is distinctive-ring-3 (cai1)
Pattern4 is distinctive-ring-4 (cai2)
Pattern5 is distinctive-ring-5 (pingring)
Pattern6 is distinctive-ring-6 (cai4)
Pattern7 is distinctive-ring-7 (cai5)
Pattern8 is distinctive-ring-8 (cai6)
Pattern9 is distinctive-ring-9 (cai7)
Pattern 10 is distinctive-ring-10 (cai8)
References: CR 4440

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4.11.7.

VoIP POTS CLI for Immediate versus Timed disconnect mode

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the possibility to configure via CLI the type of disconnect procedure for POTS
interfaces: Immediate or Timed.
The following CLI command has been introduced to set the disconnect procedure to be Immediate (FXS-DEL):
awplus(config)# voice-port tel1
awplus(config-voiceport)# no disconnect-supervision
The following CLI command has been introduced to set the disconnect procedure to be Timed (FXS-LCFO):
awplus(config)# voice-port tel1
awplus(config-voiceport)# disconnect-supervision
References: CR 5704

4.11.8.

VoIP POTS T.38 Fax over IP support

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the support for T.38 Fax-over-IP.


The following CLI commands have been introduced to enable T.38 codec support and to enable the detection of
fax/modem events:
awplus(config)# voice service voip
awplus(config-voi-srv)# fax protocol t38
awplus(config-voi-srv)# no tone incoming ans-all disable
References: CR 4892

4.11.9.

Q-in-Q Support

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the support for Q-in-Q and for jumbo frames.
Its possible to configure WAN and/or LAN interfaces to work in provider or customer mode.
Its possible to customize the ethernet TPID value added to the outer VLAN-tag header and to enable/disable jumbo
frame support.

awplus(config)# interface <port-id>


awplus(config-if)# switchport vlan-stacking provider-port
awplus(config-if)# jumbo-frame
awplus(config)# platform vlan-stacking-tpid

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References: CR 5507, CR 4473

4.11.10.

IPv6 Transparent bridging mode

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces the support for IPv6 transparent bridging mode.
IPv6 frames are now bridged transparently between interfaces belonging to the same vlan.
There is no CLI to enable/disable this feature. This is always enabled.
References: CR 5338

4.11.11.

PPPoE over Vlan

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces PPPoE (client) over Vlan.


Its possible to configure a PPP(oE) IP interface over a vlan and use it as WAN IP interface. Multiple PPP clients are
supported but only one PPP client per vlan can be configured.
Routing table CLI has been extended to allow the configuration of static routes over a PPP interfaces.
NAT and access-list can be used to masquerade a local network over a WAN PPP interface.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config)# interface <vlan-id>
awplus(config-if)# ppp authentication auto
awplus(config-if)# ppp ipcp default
awplus(config-if)# ppp sent-username pppoeUser4 password pppoeUser4
awplus(config-if)# pppoe enable
awplus(config)# ip route <network/mask> interface <vlan-id>
References: CR 4474, CR 5650, CR 4617

4.11.12.

Switch CLI for Switch fdb

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces new CLI commands to manage the switch FDB entries.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus# show mac address-table
awplus# show mac address-table dynamic
awplus# show mac address-table static
awplus# show mac address-table interface <interface>
awplus# show mac address-table vlan <vlanid>
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awplus# show mac address-table acquire


awplus# show mac address-table ageing-time
awplus(config)# mac address-table acquire
awplus(config)# mac address-table ageing-time <secs>
References: CR 4454

4.11.13.

IP Security CLI for Firewall and Access-List

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces new CLI commands to manage Firewall and Access-Lists.
The following CLI commands have been introduced:
awplus(config)# firewall enable <VLAN id>
awplus(config)#
<service name>

access-list

<acl-id>

<action>

<IP

address/bits

of

netmask>

awplus(config)# access-list <acl-id> permit [[tcp|udp] <source> {eq <sourceport>


|range <start-range> <end-range>} <destination> {eq <destport>|range <startrange> <end-range>}]
References: CR 5161

4.11.14.

DHCP server CLI for local hosts bindings

Software Release 4.1.2 introduces a new CLI command to display the lease time of the local hosts served by CPE
DHCP server:

awplus# show ip dhcp binding

4.12.
4.12.1.

New features supported on release 4.1.1


New iMG1525RF model

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces the support of the new model named iMG1525RF belonging to the iMG1500
families.
The iMG1525RF has the same characteristics as the iMG1525 model plus a Fiber-to-RF interface for CATV
applications.
The Fiber-to-RF interface acts as an additional pair of interfaces:

RF signal over fiber is received on the CATV fiber port located close to the WAN interface. Fiber connector is
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Internally the optical signal is converted in RF analogue signals and transmitted to the RF interface (F connector)
located on the front of the unit.

AW+ CLI has also been extended to support the Enable/Disable of the RF interface. E.g.:
awplus(config)# interface catv
awplus(config-if-catv)# shutdown
or
awplus(config-if-catv)# no shutdown
awplus # show catv
References: CR 5437, CR 5203, CR 5313

4.12.2.

New iMG2524F model

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces the support of the new model named iMG2524F belonging to the iMG2500 families.
The iMG2524F has the same characteristics as the iMG2524 model plus the capability to negotiate 100/1000Mbos on
the WAN (fiber) interface.
References: CR 5437, CR 5224

4.12.3.

Increased robustness on configuration files and software upgrade checks

Software Release 4.1.1 implements additional robustness checks on the configuration files:

during the download of a configuration file from a remote system (via TFTP, FTP or TR69), the iMG checks the
content of the file to search for the type of model. If the model type does not match the current iMG model type,
the configuration file is discharged in order to prevent wrong configuration file to be installed.

For debugging purposes, its possible to download any configuration file on the iMG adopting the
following criteria:

in the object IGD.X_ALLIEDTELESIS_COM_SmokingGun.NvramParams search for the line


starting with AtiProductId and remove it.

References: CR 5309

datamodel objects or attributes that are not recognized by the running iMG software version (for example
because generated by newer iMG software versions), are now skipped during the datamodel loading process
without causing a fallback into default_button.cfg or default.cfg configuration files.
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References: CR 4499, CR 5410

downgrades/upgrades software are now forbidden if the loaded image contains a software version that is older
than the minimum supported software version stored in the iMG personalization database. This feature avoids that
accidental software upgrades could load a software version not able to recognize the iMG model and therefore
making the system unusable.
References: CR 5303

UBOOT scripts are now versioned and visible in the configuration file under
InternetGatewayDevice.X_ALLIEDTELESIS_COM_SmokingGun.NvramParams and reported as :

the

object

AtiScriptVersion and AtiScriptTagVersion


References: CR 5319

4.12.4.

DHCP client identifier (option-61)

Software Release 4.1.1 extends the flexibility on dhcp client to handle different option-61 (dhcp client identifier) values.

When a dynamic (dhcp client) interface is configured on a vlan, by default, the dhcp client notifies as option-61 the
VLANID where the DHCP client is running followed by the iMG MAC address.
The DHCP client identifier option is the sequence of the following fields:
IAID (Identity Association Identifier RFC 4361 ) = VLANID
DUID (DHCP Unique Identifier RFC 3315)
o
DUID Type = Vendor-assigned unique ID based on Enterprise Number (fixed value)
o
Enterprise Number (IANA Assigned) = Allied Telesis, Inc (fixed value)
o
Identifier = iMG MAC Address

For backward compatibility with legacy iMG models, the DHCP client identifier can also be set to any custom
hexadecimal string.

References: CR 4499, CR 5289

4.12.5.

AW+ CLI Extended system wide commands for priviledged modes.

Software Release 4.1.1 extends the availability of the AW+ do command for all the sub-modes below the
Priviledged Exec mode.
Its therefore possible for example to execute any type of show commands from any sub-mode, especially useful
during configuration process to check the system status.
Also, the end command is now available for all the sub-modes below the Priviledged Exec mode.
References: CR 5060, CR 5191, CR 5311

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4.12.6.

AW+ CLI Improved logging system

Software Release 4.1.1 implements AW+ CLI for creating log files useful for technical support.
The technical support log file includes basic system information, the running and bootstrap configurations, a dump of
the persistent log and additional runtime information.
awplus(config)# show tech-support
awplus(config)# show tech-support all
The output of these commands is stored in a local TXT file that can be listed using the dir command and that can
be exported to a remote TFTP server via the copy command.
Also, from Software Release 4.1.1 its possible to display the content of the persistent log as messages are logged at
run time:
awplus# terminal [no] monitor
The content of the persistent log can also be displayed on the current CLI session by entering one of the following new
CLI commands:
awplus# show log
awplus# show log tail <number-of-tail-rows>

References: CR 4944, CR 5319, CR 5270

4.12.7.

AW+ CLI Software Update

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces AW+ CLI for software update module.
Its now possible to specify the IP address of the FTP server (and FTP credentials) and the FTP path where the
MD5SUM file is located.
Depending on the content of the MD5SUM file, its possible to download of a new software image and/or the
download of new configuration files(s).
awplus(config)# swupdate server <FTP_IP_Address>
awplus(config)# swupdate server-path <FTP_Path>
awplus(config)# swupdate username <FTP_login>
awplus(config)# swupdate password <FTP_password>
awplus(config)# swupdate now
awplus# show swupdate

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References: CR 4500

4.12.8.

AW+ CLI QoS

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces AW+ CLI for QoS module.


Its now possible to specify the COS (802.1P) and DSCP priority-to-queue maps and configure for each interface the
precedence order between COS and DSCP values.
Its also to configure ingress and egress rate limiting per interface.
awplus(config)# mls qos map cos-queue <802.1p> to <QueueNum>
awplus(config)# mls qos map premark-dscp <0-63> to new-queue <queue-number>
awplus(config-if)# mls qos trust <cos|dscp>
awplus(config-if)# egress-rate-limit <num>|<num>k|<num>m|<num>g
awplus(config-if)# ingress-rate-limit <num>|<num>k|<num>m|<num>g
awplus# show mls qos maps cos-queue
awplus# show mls qos maps premark-dscp
awplus# show mls qos interface <ifrange>
References: CR 5088

4.12.9.

AW+ CLI Switch FDB visualization

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces AW+ CLI for Switch FDB table.
Its now possible to display the switch FDB table with the indication about the vlan where each MAC address has been
registered and if MAC entries are dynamic or static (multicast).
awplus(config)# show mac address-table
awplus(config)# show mac address-table interface port1.0.x
awplus(config)# show mac address-table vlan xxx
awplus(config)# show mac address-table dynamic
awplus(config)# show mac address-table static

On Software Release 4.1.1 is not possible to configure the switch aging time neither is possible to
clear the switch FDB.

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References: CR 5042

4.12.10.

AW+ CLI VoIP logging

Software Release 4.1.1 introduces AW+ CLI for voip logging.


A new category, called voip, is available under the log config command:
awplus(config)# debug voip category aep
awplus(config)# debug voip category ca
awplus(config)# debug voip category config
awplus(config)# debug voip category drv
awplus(config)# debug voip category drvtones
awplus(config)# debug voip category gwa
awplus(config)# debug voip category mep
awplus(config)# debug voip category mgcp
awplus(config)# debug voip category sdp
awplus(config)# debug voip category sep
awplus(config)# debug voip category sigcon
awplus(config)# debug voip category sip
awplus(config)# debug voip category vrg
awplus(config)# debug voip verbosity high | medium | low
awplus(config)# debug voip level debug | error | notice
References: CR 5190

4.12.11.

AW+ CLI VoIP SIP Protocol configuration

Software Release 4.1.1 extends the AW+ CLI support for VoIP SIP Protocol configuration.
Its now possible to configure via CLI the following parameters (see Software Reference Manual for a complete
commands description):

Basic protocol attributes:


o

Enable /Disable of SIP stack

Source IP interface used by SIP protocol messages and voice streams

Listening port (default is UDP 5060)

Internal port routing


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Protocol server attributes:


o

SIP domain name

SIP Registrar IP address and remote SIP signaling port

SIP Proxy IP address and remote SIP signaling port

Authentication method: proxy and/or www

Subscribe

References: CR 4425, CR 5151, CR 5428

SIP routing rules (also called dial-peer voice)


o

Digitmap

References: CR 5239

POTS interfaces addresses (also called dial-peer voip)


o

Local associated phone number

SIP Username and Password required for authentication on remote servers.

References: CR 5202, CR 5238

POTS interfaces voice codecs


o

Order of preference for g711u, g711am g726-32 and g729ab codecs

Packetization time between 10, 20 and 30 msec

References: CR 5243, CR 5194, CR 5218

POTS interfaces localization


o

Telecom tones country

On-Hook detection time

Off-Hook detection time

Flash-Hook detection time

Interdigit timeout

Ringing timeout

Caller ID

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References: CR 5125, CR 5130, CR 5214, CR 5216

POTS interfaces voice quality conditioning


o

Transmitting gain

Receiving gain

Silence suppression/Voice activity detection

Jitter buffer

Fax/Modem detection

References: CR 5234, CR 5294

DTMF Relay
o

SIP Info or RFC2833 or InBand

Supplementary Services
o

Caller ID On-Hook

Caller-ID on Call-Waiting

Caller-ID restriction, activation/deactivation feature access codes

Call-Waiting, activation/deactivation feature access codes

Call-On-Hold

Call-Forwarding Unconditional, activation/deactivation feature access codes

Call-Forwarding On-Busy, activation/deactivation feature access codes

Call-Forwarding On-No-Answer, activation/deactivation feature access codes

References: CR 5134, CR 5153, CR 5264, CR 5256, CR 5292, CR 5220

4.12.12.

AW+ CLI VoIP MGCP Protocol configuration

Software Release 4.1.1 extends the AW+ CLI support for VoIP MGCP Protocol configuration.
Its now possible to configure via CLI the following parameters (see Software Reference Manual for a complete
commands description):

Basic protocol attributes:


o

Enable /Disable of MGCP stack

Source IP interface used by MGCP protocol messages and voice streams


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Listening port (default is UDP 2427)

References: CR 5236

Protocol server attributes:


o

MGCP domain name

MGCP Primary Call Agent and remote MGCP signaling port

MGCP Secondary Call Agent and remote MGCP signaling port

MGCP signaling standard (MGCP, MGCP-NCS)

Heartbeat

Piggyback

Named Telephone Event

References: CR 5182, CR 5299, CR 5306, CR 5307, CR 5350, CR 5217, CR 5300, CR 5332

POTS interfaces addresses (also called dial-peer voip)


o

Endpoint syntax

References: CR 5202, CR 5238, CR 5372, CR 5374

POTS interfaces voice codecs


o

Order of preference for g711u, g711am g726-32 and g729ab codecs

Packetization time between 10, 20 and 30 msec

References: CR 5243, CR 5194, CR 5218

POTS interfaces localization


o

Telecom tones country

On-Hook detection time

Off-Hook detection time

Flash-Hook detection time

Interdigit timeout

Ringing timeout

Caller ID

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POTS interfaces voice quality conditioning


o

Transmitting gain

Receiving gain

Silence suppression/Voice activity detection

Jitter buffer

Fax/Modem detection

References: CR 5234, CR 5294

DTMF Relay
o

RFC2833 or InBand

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4.13.
4.13.1.

New features supported on release 4.1


iMG2500 and iMG1500 POTS models

Software Release 4.1 introduces the support of two new models named iMG1525 and iMG2524 belonging to the
iMG1500 and iMG2500 families respectively.
These two new models run the iMG6xx VoIP stack supporting SIP and MGCP protocols.

4.13.2.

SIP VoIP Stack

With Software Release 4.1 is also available VoIP SIP protocol for the iMG models that have POTS interfaces.
The following features are available under SIP protocol:

Basic registration and Authenticated registration via Digest and WWW methods

Separate Proxy and Registrar servers

SIP domain customization

RFC2833 Telephone Event

DSCP marking for SIP signaling

The following supplementary services are available and managed under SIP protocol:

Call On Hold

Message Waiting Indicator

The following supplementary services are available and managed under SIP protocol using prefixes (or star codes):

Caller ID presentation restriction

Call Forwarding Unconditional

Call Forwarding On Busy

Call Forwarding On No Answer

Call Waiting

Warm Line

Hot Line

The following features are available as characterization of the POTS interfaces:

Line Type: LCFO or FXS

Country Tones

Digitmap
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Codecs: G729ab, G711u, G711, G726-32

RTP Packetization time: 10, 20, 30 msecs (per codec)

DSCP marking for RTP frames

Voice Activity Detection (per codec)

Echo Cancellation

Rx Gain and Tx Gain (separately)

Caller ID (ETSI and Bellcore)

Caller ID on Call Waiting

Visual Message Waiting Indicator

On-Hook, Off-Hook, Flash-Hook timing

4.13.3.

MGCP VoIP Stack

With Software Release 4.1 is also available VoIP MGCP protocol for the iMG models that have POTS interfaces.
Both standard MGCP and NCS signaling protocol are supported.
The following features are available under MGCP protocol:

Heartbeat

Wild Card support

Dual Call Agent

Network Telephone Event

RFC2833 Telephone Event

Generic Package (G) including also:

Fax Tone detection

Modem Tone detection

Line Package (L) including also:


-

Ring Splash

Distinctive Ringing

Stutter Dial Tone

Visual Message Waiting Indicator

Message Waiting Indicator Tone

Call Waiting Tone

DTMF Package (D)

DSCP marking for MGCP signaling

The following features are available as characterization of the POTS interfaces:


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Country Tones

Codecs: G729ab, G711u, G711, G726-32

RTP Packetization time: 10, 20, 30 msecs (per codec)

DSCP marking for RTP frames

Voice Activity Detection (per codec)

Echo Cancellation

Rx Gain and Tx Gain (separately)

Caller ID (ETSI and Bellcore)

Caller ID on Call Waiting

Visual Message Waiting Indicator

On-Hook, Off-Hook, Flash-Hook timing

4.13.4.

IGMP Snooping

Software Release 4.1 introduces the support for IGMP snooping Version 2 and Version 3.
IGMP snooping can be enabled on one vlan (vlan video) only and can be configured to work in Proxy Mode or Snoop
Only mode.
Detection of the Multicast Querier works only for deployment scenario where the WAN interface uses the fiber port
(default). Configurations where a LAN copper interface is used as WAN interface are not allowed for IGMP to work
properly.

4.13.5.

Port Ethernet Statistics

Software Release 4.1 extends port statistic counters (via TR69 only) also on iMG1500 family (previously were available
only on iMG2500 family).
The following MIB-II counters are available:

snmpIfInOctets
snmpIfOutOctets

snmpEtherStatsMulticastPkts
snmpEtherStatsBroadcastPkts
snmpEtherStatsOctets
snmpEtherStatsPkts
snmpEtherStatsTXNoErrors
snmpEtherStatsRXNoErrors

snmpIfHCInOctets_HI
snmpIfHCInOctets_LOW
snmpIfHCInUcastPkts_HI
snmpIfHCInUcastPkts_LOW
snmpIfHCInMulticastPkts_HI
snmpIfHCInMulticastPkts_LOW
snmpIfHCInBroadcastPkts_HI
snmpIfHCInBroadcastPkts_LOW
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snmpIfHCOutOctets_HI
snmpIfHCOutOctets_LOW
snmpIfHCOutUcastPkts_HI
snmpIfHCOutUcastPkts_LOW
snmpIfHCOutMulticastPkts_HI
snmpIfHCOutMulticastPkts_LOW
snmpIfHCOutBroadcastPckts_HI
snmpIfHCOutBroadcastPckts_LOW

snmpEtherStatsPkts64Octets
snmpEtherStatsPkts65to127Octets
snmpEtherStatsPkts128to255Octets
snmpEtherStatsPkts256to511Octets
snmpEtherStatsPkts512to1023Octets
snmpEtherStatsPkts1024to1518Octets

snmpIfOutDiscards
snmpIfOutErrors
snmpIfOutQLen
snmpIfInUnknownProtos
snmpIfInDiscards
snmpIfInErrors

snmpEtherStatsDropEvents
snmpEtherStatsUndersizePkts
snmpEtherStatsFragments
snmpEtherStatsOversizePkts
snmpEtherStatsJabbers
snmpEtherStatsCollisions
snmpEtherStatsCRCAlignErrors

4.13.6.

Mirror on Ethernet Interfaces

Software Release 4.1 introduces the possibility to mirror an interface (WAN or LAN) toward a LAN interface.

4.13.7.

100Mbps versus 1000Mbps auto negotiation support on iMG1500

Only for iMG1500 family, software release 4.1 introduces the capability to have the fiber WAN interface able to autonegotiate the speed from 100Mbps to 1000Mbps without any manual operation.

4.14.
4.14.1.

Features supported on release 4.0


TR69 provisioning

Software Release 4.0 is fully TR69 provisional.


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All the software modules are configurable by mean of TR69 configuration methods.
Most part of the objects and attributes defined in TR98 are supported in release 4.0. In addition to objects defined in
TR98, there are objects not defined by any standard and that are ATI proprietary.
The following TR69 methods are supported.

GetRPCMethods
SetParameterValues
GetParameterValues
GetParameterNames
SetParameterAttributes
GetParameterAttributes
AddObject
DeleteObject
Reboot
Download (for Firmware Image and Vendor Configuration File)
Upload (for Vendor Configuration File)

Software Release 4.0 supports ACS URL static configuration or dynamic discover via DHCP option 43.
Configuration of the TR69 module is available only via DHCP options or by TR69 datamodel manipulation (via
ACS/NMS).
There is no configuration support via AW+ CLI commands.

TR69 module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

ACS URL

Supported

Not Supported

ACS Authentication

Supported

Not Supported

Periodic INFORM

Supported

Not Supported

CPE Authentication

Supported

Not Supported

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4.14.2.

AW+ provisioning

Software Release 4.0 supports a subset of AW+ CLI commands.


AW+ CLI commands can be entered via Telnet sessions or SSH sessions from any Ethernet interface (WAN or LAN)
and also from USB interface.
Software Release 4.0 supports the definition of multiple CLI users with CLI privileges from 0 to 15.
Only users created with privilege 15 have access to management WEB pages.
Users created with privileges between 1-14 needs to enable the password to enter in "enable" mode (this type of CLI
user is called also OPERATOR)
Users created with privilege 15 can enter in "enable" mode without any password prompt (this type of CLI user is
called MANAGER).

AW+ CLI Access module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

User creation/deletion

Supported

Supported

User password

Supported

Supported

User privilege

Supported

Supported

Exec mode password

Supported

Supported

Telnet service enable/disable

Supported

Supported

SSH service enable/disable

Supported

Supported

WEB service enable/disable

Supported

Supported

4.14.3.

WEB provisioning

Software Release 4.0 supports WEB interface for a limited set of operations.
Two level of WEB users are supported: Administrator and User.
The Administrator level allows a WEB user to upgrade the iMG software, upload and select new bootstrap
configurations.
User level allows only access to System Information page and few other status pages.
WEB user level is mapped to AW+ CLI privilege: AW+ CLI users with privilege 0-14 are set to the WEB level User;
AW+ CLI users with privilege 15 are set to the WEB level Administrator.

WEB module configuration support


attribute/feature
WEB service enable/disable

TR69 support
Supported

AW+ CLI support


Supported

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4.14.4.

SNMP provisioning

Software Release 4.0 supports a limited set of SNMP public objects via SNMP v1/v2c.
Restart TRAPs (v2) are supported and battery backup unit lines status TRAPs are supported too.

SNMP module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

SNMP module enable/disable

Supported

Supported

Write community

Supported

Supported

Read community

Supported

Supported

TRAP receiver

Supported

Supported

System name

Supported

Supported

System location

Supported

Supported

System Contact

Supported

Supported

4.14.5.

Local Craft provisioning

Software Release 4.0 supports local access to AW+ CLI through USB console.
Access to the system AW+ CLI is performed via Telnet or SSH session over the USB interface. The default IP address
for the USB interface is 192.168.200.1
If the system is disconnected from the access network (WAN interface is down), access to the system AW+ CLI can
also being operated via Telnet or SSH through any LAN interface. The default IP address for the LAN interfaces is
192.168.2.1

4.14.6.

Battery Backup Unit provisioning

Software Release 4.0 supports the provisioning of all the 4 status lines from an external battery backup unit.
The system can generate SNMP TRAPs to signal the rising of an alarms or the clear of an existing alarm.

PSU module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Battery TRAPs management

Supported

Not Supported

ON-BATTERY line alarm status

Supported

Supported

BAT-MISSING line alarm status

Supported

Supported

LOW-BATTERY line alarm status

Supported

Supported

REPLACE-BATTERY line alarm


status

Supported

Supported
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4.14.7.

Well known configuration disaster recovery support

Software Release 4.0 supports the configuration of an external Reset/Default Button to recover the system to a well
known boot configuration.
The configuration assigned to the Default Button can be customized to any custom configuration and/or uploaded from
a remote TFTP server.

Reset/Default Button configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Force to reboot from default button


Supported
configuration

Supported

Upgrade of default button


configuration

Supported

Supported

Disable/Enable default button


functionality

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.8.

Dual Image Support

Software Release 4.0 supports two full Main images: the first is used as bootstrap image while the second is used as
backup image.
When a firmware upgrade takes place, the backup image is overwritten by the new image and if the process terminates
correctly the backup image will be nominated as bootstrap image (and vice versa the existing bootstrap image will be
marked as backup image).
If during the system startup phase, the bootstrap image is invalid, the system automatically will attempt to run the
backup image.
Its possible to force the system to boot from any of the two images and then to upgrade the backup image.

Dual Boot module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Selection of boot image filename

Supported

Supported

Display of the bootstrap image info


(and validity)

Supported

Supported

Display of the backup image info


(and validity)

Supported

Supported

4.14.9.

Multiple configuration files

Software Release 4.0 supports multiple configuration files that can be created locally or can be uploaded from a
remote server.
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Its possible to nominate a custom configuration file as bootstrap configuration file.


Its also possible assign a custom configuration file to be executed when the default button is pressed.
A failover mechanism allows the system to bootstrap from a factory configuration file in case of errors on the custom
bootstrap configuration file or on the default button configuration file.

Configuration Files Management module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Configuration files upload (to a


remote server)

Supported

Supported

Configuration files download (from


a remote server)

Supported

Supported

Local copy of configuration files

Not Supported

Supported

Deletion of configuration files

Not Supported

Supported

Display of the configuration file

Not Supported

Supported

Selection of configuration file at


bootstrap

Supported

Supported

4.14.10.

Software Ugrade via TR69, WEB and CLI (debug only)

Software Release 4.0 supports software upgrade via WEB interface (requires administrative WEB access level) or via
TR69 Upgrade method.
Its also possible to perform software upgrade from the debug CLI (not AW+ CLI) from a remote FTP or TFTP server.
Software upgrade can be used to upload a new Main image on the system and or to upload custom configuration files.

Software Upgrade module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

Firmware upgrade (backup image)

Supported (via HTTP server)

WEB support
Supported (via HTTP client)

From debug CLI is also possible to perform the following operations:

Software Upgrade module special functions


attribute/feature

Debug CLI

Firmware upgrade (backup image) from a TFTP


Supported
server.
Firmware upgrade (backup image) from a FTP
server.

Supported

Firmware upgrade using an MD5SUM file list


from a TFTP server

Supported

Firmware upgrade using an MD5SUM file list

Supported
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from a FTP server

4.14.11.

Basic Ethernet interfaces configuration support.

Software Release 4.0 supports Ethernet interface configuration via TR69 objects and via AW+ commands.
Its possible administratively disable/enable WAN (fiber) interface and LAN (copper) interfaces.
Its possible to force the speed and duplex mode (only for LAN interfaces) from 1000Mbps to 100Mbps to 10Mbps,
Full or Half duplex.
Its possible to enable/disable the generation of flow control frames.
Its also possible to gather MIB-II packets statistics for incoming and outgoing frames (only iMG2500).

Switch module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Port administrative status

Supported

Supported

Port Speed

Supported

Supported

Port Duplex

Supported

Supported

Port Flow Control

Supported

Supported

Port Counters

Supported (all MIB-II counters)

Supported (only Tx/Rx frames, Broadcast and


Multicast)

Port Link Status

Supported

Supported

Port Current Speed/Duplex

Not Supported

Not Supported

Switch FDB display

Not Supported

Not Supported (only via CLI debug)

Switch age-time configuration

Not Supported

Not Supported

Switch learning enable/disable

Not Supported

Not Supported

4.14.12.

IEEE 802.1Q (VLANs)

Software Release 4.0 supports VLAN configuration and management over WAN (fiber) uplink interface and over LAN
(copper) interfaces.
The system is able to support up to 32 vlans and for each vlan its possible to assign an IP address (static or dynamic
via DHCP client) that will participate to the routing/ip-forwarding process.
The system supports port based vlan, vlan tagging and mixed configurations with untagged and tagged vlans on the
same interface.

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IEEE 802.1Q /VLAN) module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Vlan creation/deletion

Supported

Supported

Port based vlan

Supported

Supported

Vlan tagging

Supported

Supported

Ingress filtering enable/disable

Not Supported (always Enabled)

Not Supported (always Enabled)

802.1p default priority

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.13.

Switch Rate Limiting

Software Release 4.0 supports port based rate limiting on WAN and LAN interfaces.

Switch Rate Limiting module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Ingress rate limiting for WAN


interface

Supported

Not Supported

Ingress rate limiting for LAN


interface

Supported

Not Supported

Egress rate limiting for WAN


interface

Supported

Not Supported

Egress rate limiting for WAN


interface

Supported

Not Supported

Broadcast storm protection

Not Supported

Not Supported

Multicast storm protection

Not Supported

Not Supported

4.14.14.

QoS on Ethernet interfaces

Software Release 4.0 support DSCP prioritization over four Tx Queues (in weight priority mode).
Its possible to configure a DSCP priority MAP assigning for each of the 64 possible DSCP values the Tx Priority Queue
ID.
Software Release 4.0 support 802.1P prioritization over four Tx Queues (in weight priority mode).
Its possible to configure a 802.1P priority MAP assigning for each of the 8 possible 802.1P values the Tx Priority
Queue ID.
Only one prioritization scheme, DSCP or 802.1P, can be enabled at the same time.

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Switch QoS module configuration support
attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

DSCP to Tx Queue configuration

Supported

Not Supported

802.1P to Tx Queue configuration

Supported

Not Supported

DSCP or 802.1P prioritization


scheme configuration per port

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.15.

IP bridging

Software Release 4.0 supports bridging between interfaces belonging to the same vlan at wire speed.
Multicast traffic is forwarded to all the interfaces belonging to the same vlan video. Interfaces that do not participate to
the video vlan are protected from multicast traffic.
Vlan crossing is only supported by mean of IP routing.

4.14.16.

IP routing

Software Release 4.0 supports IP routing across any IP interface.


Ip interfaces can be set statically or dynamically via DHCP.
Static routes can be configured and dynamic routes can be customized for each dynamic interface.
The system is able to support multi default gateway assigned via DHCP (only one default gateway active at time) with a
fallback mechanism to select the first valid and available default gateway.

IP Routing module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Static IP address

Supported

Supported

Dynamic (DHCP) IP adddress

Supported

Supported

DHCP option request configuration

Supported

Supported

DNS client/relay configuration via


DHCP

Supported

Supported

Default gateway configuration via


DHCP

Supported

Supported

Static routes

Supported

Supported

Static routes metrics

Not Supported

Not Supported

Policy based routes

Not Supported

Not Supported

4.14.17.

DHCP Server

Software Release 4.0 supports multiple DHCP servers on local LAN interfaces.
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Its possible to configure the IP range addresses and lease time.


Fixed hosts IP assignments are supported too.

DHCP Server module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Multiple DHCP servers

Supported

Not Supported

Ip addresses range configuration

Supported

Not Supported

DHCP lease time option


configuration

Supported

Not Supported

DHCP gateway option


configuration

Not Supported

Not Supported

DHCP dns-servers option


configuration

Not Supported

Not Supported

DHCP domain-name option


configuration

Not Supported

Not Supported

Fixed Hosts configuration

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.18.

DNS Client and DNS Proxy

Software Release 4.0 supports DNS Client for local system applications.
The list of external DNS servers can be configured statically or can be assigned dynamically from DHCP client
interfaces.
Software Release 4.0 supports also DNS Proxy for local hosts served by the system DHCP server(s).
The list of external DNS servers used by the DNS proxy can be configured statically or can be assigned dynamically
from DHCP client interfaces.

DSN Client / DNS Proxy modules configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Static DNS client configuration

Supported

Supported

Dynamic (DHCP) DNS client


configuration

Supported

Supported

Static DNS proxy configuration

Supported

Not Supported

Dynamic (DHCP) DNS proxy


configuration

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.19.

Syslog

Software Release 4.0 supports syslog facility for most of the running software modules.
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Syslog can be redirected to a local buffer or a local file or to a remote syslog server.
Software Release 4.0 also supports semi-permanent logging: the local syslog file can keep syslog information across
warm restarts triggered by software reboots or watchdog restarts.

Syslog module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Syslog enable/disable per software


module

Supported

Supported

Syslog redirection to local file

Supported

Not Supported

Syslog redirection to local buffer

Supported

Supported

Syslog redirection to remote syslog


server

Supported

Supported

Dump of local syslog content

N/A

Supported

4.14.20.

NAT

Software Release 4.0 supports NAT for IP masquerading.


NAT can be enable for any IP interface assigned to the WAN Ethernet interface.
Reserved mapping rules (or virtual servers) are also supported to assign one or more public IP interface/Port to one or
more internal hosts/services.

NAT module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

NAT configurable separately for


each WAN IP interface

Supported

Not Supported

Virtual Server(s)

Supported

Not Supported

4.14.21.

Firewall

Software Release 4.0 supports Firewall to inhibit/allow incoming/outgoing sessions through IP forwarding process.

Firewall module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Firewall configurable separately for


each WAN IP interface

Supported

Not Supported

Firewall portfilters

Supported

Not Supported

Firewall exceptions

Supported

Not Supported

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Firewall triggers

4.14.22.

Supported

Not Supported

SNTP

Software Release 4.0 supports Network Time Protocol to synchronize the system clock to an external NTP server.

Firewall module configuration support


attribute/feature

TR69 support

AW+ CLI support

Support for multiple NTP servers

Supported

Not Supported

Support for localization (time zone)

Supported

Not Supported

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5.
5.1.
5.1.1.

MAIN APPLICATION CODE


Issues resolved on Release 4.4.2 GM
SWITCH
CR ID

5.1.2.

Video tiling due to packet loss

Robustness for what about network


traffic throughput at 1G toward lan
ports up to 100Mb speed has been
improved.

7591

Unable to manage iMG1525 when vlan stacking


is enabled

Fixed iMG1500 wrong behaviuor when


QinQ was enabled

Title

Notes

VOIP

7648

Stuttered DialTone heard when MWI Notify


received on Broadsoft Profile

An interoperability issue has been fixed

IGMP
CR ID

7637
5.1.4.

Notes

7621

CR ID

5.1.3.

Title

Title

Unable to pass IGMP across QinQ VLAN.

Notes

Improved QinQ behaviuor

AW+ CLI
CR ID

Title

Notes

7534
7483

no storm control set wrong default

Fixed a wrong CLI setting behavior

show ip/ipv6 missing description

Fixed an incomplete display command

7593

show access-group <vlan id> shows an error

Fixed an incomplete display command

7521

[iMG2524H] The command "show interface


hpna1.0.1 status" does not work

Fixed an incomplete display command

7525

show ? missing description

Fixed an incomplete display command

5783

show file missing description

Fixed an incomplete display command

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5.2.
5.2.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.4 GM


IGMP
CR ID

7545

5.2.2.

7346

7393

Title

OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability

Notes

OpenSSL version has been updated to


101g to fix Heartbleed issue

Title

IGMP Video Froze on LAN ports

Notes

Fixed issue related to up and down of


lan port while a large amount of traffic
is flowing.

AW+ CLI
CR ID

5320

5.2.5.

Fixed an issue found in field where


UPNP traffic was not correctly
forwarded across hpna port and lan
switchports

SWITCH
CR ID

5.2.4.

UPNP does not work in Whole Home


between LAN and HPNA

Notes

SYSTEM
CR ID

5.2.3.

Title

Title

Unable to switch from Vlan Database to


Interface Config mode

Notes

Now it possible to switch from "vlan


database config" to "interface config"
without issuing "exit" to back out to
the global config first

VOIP
CR ID

Title

Notes

7019

[Asterisk] No Ringback

Fixed a issue where iMG user makes


PSTN call but he does not hear
ringback tone.

7560

iMG1525 FSK during CW on non Caller ID


capable phones

Fixed issues with call waiting tone not


heard on some phones

7526

iMG1400 Reboots on SIP Call

Fixed issue with From header SIP


message set for anonymous caller id

7067,
7076,
7097,
7108,
7114,
7116,
7119,
7129,
7133

SIP Inter-operability fixes

Voip module has been improved fixing


a group of specific CRs.

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5.3.
5.3.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.3.3.1 GM


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.4.
5.4.1.

Title

Notes

7320

Phonoscope - SNMP Service intermittently


stops

It has been reported cases where


SNMP agent stops to work. Added a
patch that restarts the SNMP agent
automatically if the task dies.

7301

TR69 crash

It has been reported cases where TR69


agent stops to work. Added a patch
that restarts TR69 agent automatically
if the task dies.

7247

Concurrent TCP sessions can cause system


restart

Fixed NAT resources manipulation that


causes the system to restart where
there are many concurrent TCP
sessions.

7292,
6609

Wireless models restart

Update wireless driver to fix CPE


restarts on wireless models

6877,
6934

Wireless model restart when changing wi-fi


attributes

Fixed CPE restarts when wi-fi


attributes are changed via WEB
interface or wireless button is pressed
multiple consecutive times.

7289,
7325,
7339

Kernel logs not saved in system log

Redirected kernel backtraces into


system log file for remote debugging

Issues resolved on Release 4.3.3 GM


SYSTEM
CR ID

Title

Notes

7153

Phonoscope - VoD service does not work in


IGD/Whole Home configuration

Fixed a NAT IP address translation


issue when two IP addresses are
simultaneously present on RTSP
messages.

7100

Wrong TFTP DHCP Option Id

TFTP dhcp option was sent with ID 67


instead to be 66.

7035

Bind WPA2 settings to n/n-only

Bind WEB interface to force


WPA2/Mixed-WPA2 settings when
Wi-Fi standard is n/n-only
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7250

5.4.2.

Wi-Fi WEB reset button should not affect the


Wi-Fi country

VOIP
CR ID

5.5.
5.5.1.

Title

Notes

6935,
7148

Sporadic cases of No Dial tone caused by link


connectivity fluctuations

Decoupling of WAN / LAN network


link monitoring to prevent un-needed
port registration.

6954

Noise on line

Updates DSP code

7198,
6955

Dial Tone not removed after second RQNT

Modified the logic to play Dial Tone

7011

OpenSer SIP Interop relaxing SIP URI match

Relaxed SIP URI matching algorithm for


OpenSer interoperability

7027

Cirpack SIP Registration Expire fails

Fixed a "message leak" condition when


an unknown or corrupt message
arrives

Issues resolved on Release 4.3.2 GM


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.5.2.

The WEB button used to rest Wi-Fi


settings now does not change the
selected country.

Title

Notes

6951

Add support for dhcp option tftp-server-name


to to U-Boot Recovery mechanism

Uboot1.0.30 for iMG1400 and


eDM1405 now support recovery
procedure via TFTP server
packet rate control has been disabled
on eDM1405 to make it robust on LDF
packets storm.

6912

eDM1405 to lock up permanently after


network loop

6844

Primary/Secondary DNS server messages not


logged

Now when there is a DNS problem a


message is logged.

6910

RF Module Present attribute always set to true

Now only iMG1525RF show that RF is


present.

6846

White space removal for Wireless Network ID

Through WEB interface is now no


more possible to enter ESSID
description containing spaces.

6971

IP Address changes when upgrading from 4.2.3


to 4.3

Now upgrading from 4.2.3 to 4.3.2 the IP Address will not change

IGMP
CR ID

Title

Description
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5.5.3.

6926

IGMP improvements

Fixed some crashes and video stopping

6914

Unexpected IGMP v3 query on VoIP VLAN


over fiber WAN during provisioning by
NMS

iMG1425W sends an igmp v3 query on


voip vlan over fiber wan during
provisioning by NMS.

6922

Minerva 5.4.3 - Whole Home Lab


Integration

Now UPnP is working with IMG and


Minerva devices.

HPNA
CR ID

6917

5.5.4.

6848

6772

Title

Mismanagement of the number of IPv6


delegated prefix objects

Description

Fixed an error on prefix delegation object


reference.

Title

System Crashes - when Acterna


performance test executed

Description

Reduced the possibility for the system to


crash when an unknown IP protocol is
used to test routing performances.

VOIP
CR ID

6941,
6949,
6953

5.5.7.

Improved HPNA link management logic to


avoid that HPNA link goes down and
never come up.

SWITCH
CR ID

5.5.6.

HPNA Link goes down and not able to


recover

Description

IPv6
CR ID

5.5.5.

Title

Title

Wrong VOIP crash message

Description

Modify logic at system start up that was


causing a false error message Unit does
not support voice/POTS services even
when voice stack is up and running.

AW+
CR ID

6896

Title

show mac address command for wireless


interface is not consistent

Description

show mac address-table interface


dot11radio1.0.1 is now correct.

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5.6.
5.6.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.3.1 GM


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.6.2.

Title

Notes

4765,
6535,
6767

System locked when configuring 32 VLANs


simultaneously

Improved system robustness and


responsiveness when 32 VLANs are
configured.

6799

Battery status TRAP not sent at the bootstrap

Battery status TRAPs could not be sent


at the bootstrap if the configuration
keeps the system busy for a long time.

6828

ifTable MIB objects stop to respond when


clock synchronizes.

The synchronization of the system


clock can cause ifTable to stop to
respond to SNMP manager queries.

6560,
6561

Option 121 general fixes

Fixed few outstanding issues regarding


DHCP Option121 handling.

6696

Misleading information about DNS client

Fixed the output of the show hosts


command that now returns the
content of the configuration file used
by the DNS client.

SWITCH
CR ID

Title

Notes

6851,
6854

VLAN trunk error using port1.0.1 as WAN


interface

On iMG1400W family only, it was not


possible to configure port1.0.1 as trunk
interface.
Introduced the support in the
command show ip igmp snooping
statistics for the interface
dot11radio1.0.1

6559

IGMP statistics for Wireless interface

6669,
6646,
6647,
6693,
6797,
6801,
6650

Loop protection enhancements

Added further enhancements for loop


protection that allows the detection
also under QoS switch settings and in
case of LDF frames storm.

6632

iMG1400 10/100 Mbps LAN interface


interaction with IGMP module

On iMG1400 only, a link Down/Link


Up on a 10/100 Mbps LAN interface
can cause IGMP module to stop to
send IGMP messages upstream.

6247

iMG2426 shows unexpected packet drop


percentage with flow control enabled

Fixes Flow Control behavior when


QoS is configured to map incoming
frames to priority Queue 0,1,2.
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Priority Queue 3 still shows problems


on managing flow control frames.
5726

5.6.3.

Title

Notes

6084

IPv6 DNS Servers list is not updated

The list of DNS servers IPv6 addresses


for iMG DNS client is not updated
even if the DHCPv6 client requests the
list and the DHCPv6 servers provides
it.

6159,
6601

IPv6 route error on adding a new IPv6 route

Given a config with two 2 IPv6 WANside vlans the CLI returns an error
when adding an IPv6 route via the nondefault IPv6 gateway.

6183

Wrong DHCPv6 client status

If DHCPv6 client is running but has not


retrieved a valid IPv6 address yet, its
status is reported as disabled while it is
in effect enabled.

6137,
6324

System lock on loading an IPv6 configuration

There were cases where, depending on


the complexity of the IPv6
configuration saved, the system can get
stuck during the bootstrap phase.

SIP
CR ID

5.6.5.

Improved downstream multicast


performances on iMG HPNA models.

IPv6
CR ID

5.6.4.

iMG2524H Improved HPNA performances

Title

Notes

6874

SIP crash on receiving a binary UDP packet

The SIP stack was not able to manage


the case of an RTP frame received on
SIP UDP port 5060 instead of the
default UDP port 50600 for rtp
streams.

6697

Domain search list not managed correctly

SIP module does not manage correctly


the case of DNS client configuration
with multiple DNS search entries.

6803

iMG reboot for voice command is not logged

A system restart due to voice


command is now logged in the Syslog
file.

6689

iMG2524F Restarts due to voice crash

iMG2524 was restarting for voice crash


when hammered by continuous calls
and with SIP registration period of
about 60 secs.

POTS
CR ID

Title

Notes

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5.7.
5.7.1.

6890

Tip/Ring tests return negative values for


resistive loads

6377

GR909 tests stop for voltage errors

6706

Calibration of voice Tx/Rx gains for iMG2426F


model

6833

voip LED interaction with Wireless status

Disabling the wireless interface caused


the VoIP LED to turn OFF.

Issues resolved on Release 4.3 GM


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.7.2.

If a phone is plugged on TEL2 or TEL2,


the GR909 POTS tests stop to run for
voltage errors.

Title

Notes

6489

On iMG1400, the Current Software version


information is missed

The show boot command on iMG1400


(that has only one image partition)
returns only the boot software version
but not the current running software
version.

6441

Show memory command does not show all


user processes

The output from the 'show memory'


command fails to list all the user
processes.

6389

IPv6 Rapid-Commit status is not shown in CLI

Extended the show ipv6 dhcp interface


to include also the status of rapidcommit settings.

6149

Errors when deleting multiple configuration


files

When the delete command is used


with just the * char, the command
fails.

6604

DHCP Option 43 wrongly managed

DHCP option 43 is now supported as a


method to configure the ACS URL
address via dhcp options.

6131

Support for DHCP Option 121

DHCP option 121 is now supported as


a method to configure dynamic IP
routes.

6168

Log system granularity is not fine enough

VOIP related logs use now a


granularity of milliseconds (previously
was seconds).

WEB Interface
CR ID

6427

Title

No provision in GUI for user to change their


password

Notes

A new WEB page has been introduced


under Management section to allow
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the users to change their passwords.

5.7.3.

6437

Errors on GUI Select Config page

If a configuration file has been created


containing the char, then the
Select Config WEB page returns an
error and does not display the
currently existing configuration files.

6530

Inconsistent information reported on


Diagnostic WEB page

Removed Diagnostic WEB page.

6652

Release full pathname saved on flash

It can happen that upgrading the iMG


via WEB page the full image path name
is saved in the system and returned by
the show boot command.

SWITCH
CR ID

Title

Notes

6614

Wrong setting on WAN rate limiting values.

The no version of rate limiting


setting command does not work. Use
the format egress-rate-limit 0 or
ingress-rate-limiting 0 to reset the
values to the defaults.

6538

Error on setting Jumbo frame on iMG1400

Setting the support for jumbo frames


on iMG1400 results in CLI errors.

6393

Setting of values for egress/ingress rate-limit


using "k" unit is not quite consistent

Setting values for egress/ingress rates


that are rounded by the underlying
system now returns a warning
indicating which real value is going to
be configured.

6451

Show platform command doesnt iterate


through a list of interfaces

The show platform counter command


now can iterate through a list of
interfaces.

6420

Incorrect IGMP leave message handling in


Snooping Only mode

IGMP leave messages for different


streams when originated by the same
multicast host are not forwarded
upstream in snoop only mode.

6387

IGMP leave messages not sent at address


change

An IP address change in the stack is


supposed to cause a restart of the
IGMP process to align to the new
values.

6417

MAC address-table static empty

Static MAC address-table entries are


not displayed IGMP is configured for
multicast acceleration.

6605

Mirror settings causes the WAN port to be


disabled

When mirror is enabled on a LAN


interface is causes also the WAN port
to link down/link up

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5.7.4.

VOIP
CR ID

5.8.
5.8.1.

Notes

6329

No call service does not work

5450,
5674,
6394

Call service doesn't work changing from SIP to


MGCP

Switching from MGCP to SIP via CLI


commands could fail and the VoIP
protocol could not restart.

6369

Missed heartbeat timing from CLI

Heartbeat configuration and timers are


now visible from show mgcp
command.

6554

Genband C15 MGCP, Hook-flash ignored for


incoming CWT with Distinctive Ring

Added the support for configurable


MGCP persistent events.

5659

Missed active call agent indication

Its now possible to know which is the


active call agent used by MGCP stack.

6631

Failure on handling 3way call when the third


party hangs-up

6621

Failure on handling Blind Call Transfer

6362

Receipt of AUEP and RQNT during Restart


process can cause line to do not register

Blind Call Transfer fails when Nortel


CS1500 is used.

Issues resolved on Release 4.2.3 GA


Voip MGCP
CR ID

5.8.2.

Title

Title

Notes

6425

Ping-Ring duration is too long

A ping-ring received during a short


connection is kept ringing for more
than two seconds.

6370

AUEP with wildcard causes a crash on voip


stack

Receiving an AUEP request from a call


agent with the wildcard endpoint
identifier causes the MGCP stack to
crash.

6425

[Genband] Ping-ring is too long during shortconnection

If the time period between CRCX and


the DLCX is 500ms as for a Ping-ring
message, then the system kept the ring
duration for about two seconds.

Voip SIP
CR ID

Title

Notes
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5.8.3.

6430

Message Waiting Indicator failure

Message Waiting Indicator


Subscriptions service must be
configured now on the VoIP SIP stack
in order to process Message Waiting
Indicator NOTIFY messages correctly.

6405

Call-ID does not change C-seq after a reboot

C-Seq ID used during a registration


does not change (i.e. its not unique)
after a restart causing SIP REGISTER to
be refused by the softswitch.

6351

Long Digitmap causes VoIP stack to fail

Digimap longer than 204 characters


can cause the VoIP stack to get stuck
when the iMG is booted.

6423

Flooding of SIP REGISTER messages when


expiration timer = 86400 secs

An expiration timer = 86400 seconds


returned by the Softswitch causes a
flooding of SIP REGISTER messages

6432

SIP contact header mismatch from INVITE to


REGISTER

INVITE and REGISTER requests now


use the same SIP URI contact header.

6563

First Digit Lost when Dialing out - after month


uptime

IMG was discarding the first digit dialed


after has been up for about 25 days

Title

Notes

SWITCH
CR ID

6434

Short cable on 100M ports on iMG1500 can


cause MAC link to be down

An interrupt service routine that was


setting MAC link state to OFF when it
detected PHY link going down was
going to interfere with the link polling
process causing the reported problem.

6410

iMG1400 - IGMP proxy mode does not work

iMG1400 configured in IGMP proxy


mode, when the STB join a channel,
the CPE sends on the WAN interface
the REPORT with the IP address of the
STB (instead of the WAN CPE).

6141

Fast Leave disabled does not work correctly

When Default Fast leave is disabled,


the leave from the last host for a
channel does not cause the system to
start to send IGMP Specific Queries
internally in number of Robustness
Variable before the mcast entry is
removed from the database.

6113

IGMP entries do not expire if the same


channels are active on another interface

Multicast entries are not purged out if


there is another interface that is still
receiving the same multicast channels.

6421

WAN untagged in multiple vlan when MCAST


acceleration is configured

WAN interface is wrongly configured


as untagged interface when mcast
acceleration is used and video vlan is
also untagged.

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5.8.4.

SYSTEM
CR ID

5.9.
5.9.1.

Notes

6428

Invalid date message when trying to set clock

6404

USB DHCP server is slow to serve an IP


address to the PC client

6390

Windows 7 connectivity issue

Windows 7 driver now uses the native


Windows 7 driver to make more
reliable the connection via USB.

6370

Wildcard Audit Endpoint messages (AUEP)


makes VoIP stack to crash

iMG with voice protocol MGCP and


enabled to use wildcard for sending
RSIP messages, in case of AUEP
message with wildcard reboots.

Setting manually the iMG clock returns


a CLI error.

Issues resolved on Release 4.2.2 GM


Voip MGCP
CR ID

5.9.2.

Title

Title

Notes

6179

An MGCP RQNT with G/rbk causes echo


cancellation to be enabled

Echo cancel gets enabled when


receiving an RQNT message containing
the G/rbk signal.

6204

Echo cancellation goes disabled when receiving


DLCX during registration

Echo cancel gets disabled when during


the RSIP a DLCX message is received.

6225

MGCP 500/501 answers causes the line to


stuck on disconnected status

MGCP stack keeps the line into the


disconnected status when it receives an
MGCP answer that is 500 or 501.

6249

Configurable MGCP heartbeat is not available


with the NCS profile

When configuring the MGCP-NCS


profile,. it disables the ability to use the
heartbeat feature.

6182

Caller-ID not displayed if username is not


provided.

When RQNT contains a caller-id signal


that does not have the username
portion, the caller-id fails.

Voip SIP
CR ID

Title

Notes

6210,
6211

Need Re-order when WAN Link goes Down

If WAN link goes down, the SIP stack


trigger a new registration process.

5870

Delayed Voice Path Cut-through

When answering a call while the phone


is ringing appears to be a delayed voice
path to the remote phone.
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6205

5.9.3.

5.10.1.

Title

Notes

6206

CMF reset required on


iMG2500/iMG1600/2400/2600 for WAN port
to work

6302

MCast packets sent to UPnP mcast address are


dropped

6266

Repeated reboots can result in a failed voice


boot

6285

Wrong show for Egress and Ingress rate limit

UPnP mcast packets must be


forwarded to allow UPnP Discovery.

Setting via CLI Ingress and Egress rate


limit to 10k the show displays 10k
instead of the 64k.

Issues resolved on Release 4.2.1 GM


VoIP
CR ID

5.10.2.

When pressing the FlashHook button


during the outgoing call while the
remote phone is ringing, is possible
make a new call after the dial tone
even when Warmline is configured and
Enabled.

SWITCH
CR ID

5.10.

Wrong CPE behavior pressing FlasHook when


Call Hold is Disabled and Warmline is Enabled

Title

5836

Call Transfer features that utilize a "ping-ring" do not play the


ring-splash

6184

Call-Waiting Tone echoed to remote party

6195

Ringer stuck on when WAN link down

Notes

SYSTEM
CR ID

Title

6085

Need to Generate Trap for device running in Recovery Mode

6166

[iMG1400] dynamic ip address lost after long time

6197

iMG1500 DDR clock setting are not correct and cause instability
execution instability

Notes

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AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.2 Golden Master

5.11.

5.11.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.2 GM

SYSTEM
CR ID

5.11.2.

(internally 4.2_112)

Title

Description

5747

Incomplete source information if access-list


are created

Extended access list doesn't show 0.0.0.0/0


if set as source/destination address

4713

CMS lock during flash blocks web and telnet


access

During a software upgrade the


provisioning of the system is locked: new
telnet or http sessions cannot be
established until the software is flashed.

4864

Errors on disabling Firewall if there are


some connection established

Disabling the Firewall at run time can


return errors if there are already security
sessions established.

5485

Possible system restart when management


subnet and firewall are provisioned by NMS

The iMG could restart for watchdog


during NMS provisioning for management
subnet and firewall settings.

4955

Configuration saved cannot be removed via


NMS/ACS

There is not TR69 support in the


datamodel to allow the removal of an
existing configuration file. Its possible to
override an existing configuration file but
not to remove it.

5480

Missed log configuration details from the


Show Tech command

The log file generated by the Show Tech


command does not include the settings for
the logger configuration.

5898

iMG1500 - Reset Time for external switch


is too short

The reset period of the external switch on


iMG1500 was extended.

5792

'clock timezone' command does not provide


a full list of available time zones

The CLI time zone setting command now


displays le list of all the available time
zones.

5907

Show Tech Support needs to be cleaned up

Show Tech Support awcli command


contain more system information

5843

Firmware Upgrades should be logged


explicitly

log shows which version of software has


been downloaded & which partition it has
been written to.

5944

show log doesn't show the cpe release


software running

6163

Restart with default config on 2524H results in no IP Address

When iMG start release software is


showed in the log file
After a restart sometimes you will not get
an ip address.

SWITCH
CR ID

5424

Title

Link issue when using AT-SPFXBD-LC-15

Description

Link negotiation could fail when iMG1500


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5.11.3.

on x900

or iMG2500 are connected to x900 via


AT-SPFXBD-LC-15 (100Mbps) SFPs.

4851,
4776

Watchdog restart with a thunderstorm of


frames on LAN side

High rates of broadcast traffic flooding the


switch can cause the system to restart.

5760

Interface speed setting does not work if


port is disabled

Its not possible to configure the speed


setting if the interface is in shutdown
mode.

IGMP
CR ID

6141

5.11.4.

Title

Description

4366

TCP/UDP listening ports and connections


not available

Show ip sockets awcli command


implemented.

5996

IPv4 interface wrongly shown as up &


running with no ports attached

IP interface was reported as up and


running even if no IP address has been
assigned yet.

4864

Firewall disable problem if there are some


connection established

Firewall disable command was causing the


CLI to get stuck if there were connections
alive.

DHCP
CR ID

4468

5.11.6.

Fast Leave disabled does not work correctly

Description

The robustness of the no-fast-leave


solution is broken

IP
CR ID

5.11.5.

Title

Title

Able to configure Custom DHCP Server


Options

Description

DCHP server custom options cannot be


configurable.

VoIP SIP
CR ID

Title

Description

5124

Wrong management of
X_ALLIEDTELESIS_COM_CallerIDTiming
attribute

Off-Hook Caller ID can now being


configured prior ringing or after ringing
(default)

5772

Request-URI value not RFC compliant in SIP


registration message

Request-URI contains domain name taken


from
UserAgentDomain attribute if present
or registrar-server attribute if present
or sip-server attribute if present

5777

iMG2524 restarts after enabling SIP


SUBSCRIBE
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6105

5.11.7.

Call Waiting does not work with country


Denmark

Voip MGCP
CR ID

5.11.8.

Fixed a problem on handling call waiting in


case country was set to Denmark.

Title

Description

4831

[1500] RingBack over connection causes


lockup

The RingBack tone is not played on a


media connection and can cause the DSP
to get stuck.

6101

Support for ciscoBTS profile functionality

When the CPE receive a RQNT with the


"G/rbk", it cannot ring and show the CID.

VoIP Endpoint
CR ID

Title

Description

4704

VRG does not support modulated tones

Modulated telecom tones for countries


like Japan and Australia re now supported.

5711

IMG called party sends string of DTMF digit


#6 RTCPvents

During flash hook handling to put on-hold


the remote party and then get it back in
conversation, a continuous DTMF tone
happens to be played.

5902

Missing dial tone with Country AU


(Australia)

6003

Metaswitch MGCP - iMG2524 echo FSK


back to calling party

6152

Tel Port numbering needs Ascending - left


to right

6156

Inband ringback contains background noise


due to the ringer

CallerID FSK signal was transmitted back


to the caller peer annoying the user.
Port numbering for the 1400 currently has
the voice ports as tel2 then tel1
Placed in hybrid solution that inserts
"silence" in-between tones. In the case
of g.729, g.726 it drops the packets.

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AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.2 Golden Master

5.12.
5.12.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.1.2 (internally 4.1.2_88)


IP
CR ID

5.12.2.

Title

Description

5263

Interactive PING command

CLI Ping command is now interactive and


can be terminated at any time by pressing
CTRL-C.

5265

Interactive TRACEROUTE command

CLI Traceroute command is now


interactive and can be terminated at any
time by pressing CTRL-C.

5537

Buffer overrun when displaying several


access-groups

Entering more than 99 access list rules


causes a CLI buffer overrun during the
output of the show # access-groups
command.

5746

Access list on LAN device drops also access


to remote services

When an access list is configured on the


LAN side, also the traffic to a remote
service is dropped.

5678,
5606

Enabling Firewall on WAN interface causes


local IP services to be dropped.

DHCP client messages are dropped if


firewall is enabled on WAN interface.

5461

Null IP address on DHCP client


disconnection

IP interface via DHCP client now moves


to null IP address if the DHCP client does
not receive any update from the DHCP
server.

4579

Double dhcp messages at start-up of IP


interface

During the startup of a DHCP IP interface


there could be redundant DHCP discover
messages for the same IP interface.

SYSTEM
CR ID

Title

Description

5445

Home and End keys support

Home and End keys now work correctly


for the most common telnet/ssh terminals.

5722

CLI help for # tr69-client acs-url command

The helper for # tr69-client acs-url


command now returns a valid suggestion.

5612,
5392

Wrong error message on WEB interface

A wrong error message is returned by the


WEB interface when a configuration file
download fails.

5393

SNMP task starts to run before TR69 client


is ready

SNMP agent is usually queried by NMS to


check if the CPE is on-line. Then NMS
starts to talk in TR69 with the CPE.
Before the fix there was a possible failure
during the provisioning due to the fact that
TR69client was not immediately ready
after SNMP came up.

5364

TR69 Inform messages does not renew iMG


URL address

TR69 Inform messages does not update


the iMG connection URL when the
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management interface changes.

5.12.3.

5487

Reset of interface statistics via TR69 causes


the configuration to be overwritten

The reset of ports statistics now does not


cause anymore the current configuration
to be saved.

5456

Suppression of duplicated logs

Duplicated log entries are now suppressed


to reduce the log size.

5498

Adding banner for restart reason

CPE restart reason is now logged into


syslog.

5546

USB driver need to be reinstalled for each


CPE

USB driver do not need any more to be


reinstalled every time a new CPE is
connected to Windows.

5474,
5608

default_button.cfg file write protection

default_button.cfg file cannot anymore


being deleted via CLI. It is also no more
possible to create it via CLI commands.

5304

Premature SSH disconnection

In some cases, entering an empty or


wrong password via SSH causes the SSH
session to be terminated prematurely.

5706

TR69 restore factory

The TR69 restore factory method now


clears all the configuration files including
the default_button.cfg and restores the
CPE to the factory configuration.

5526

Invalid TR69 values must be restored to the


default value

In case a configuration file includes invalid


values for TR69 attributes, then the
attributes are reset to their defaults.

5683

Reset of the voip protocol causes the


configuration to be overwritten

The reset of voip protocol now does not


cause anymore the current configuration
to be saved.

4932

Errors on configuration file management

Configuration file management can have


problems with filename that contain
special characters like parenthesis or
spaces.

SWUPDATE
CR ID

Title

Description

5431

Failed to downgrade to r4.1gm boot load


after nms deprovisioned and reset to
factory defaults

Now swupdate will update the image on


the CPE also if the current boot image"
differs from the MD5SUM files list.

5505

Swupdate requires a reboot to update the


local MD5SUM database

Swupdate module does not update the


local MD5SUM files list unless the CPE is
restarted.

5389

Swupdate should check for active VoIP calls

Swupdate now checks if there are running


voip calls and hold the restart until no calls
are active.

5708

It is not possible loading file with the same


MD5SUM but different name

Its now possible to download files via


swupdate having the same MD5SUM but a
different filename.

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AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.2 Golden Master

5.12.4.

SWITCH
CR ID

5.12.5.

Title

Description

5360

Need reboot after moving WAN port from


untagged to tagged vlan

Changing the WAN interface from being


untagged on a vlan to be tagged on the
same vlan (and viceversa) needs a restart
of the iMG to work correctly.

5439

Default P-Bit Queue mapping

4851

System restart under thunderstorm of


broadcast packets

The default COS map is now the


following:
COS : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
-------------------------QUEUE: 1 0 0 1 2 2 3 3
Thunderstorm of broadcast or unlearned
unicast frames can cause a system restart
for watchdog.

5605,
5541

iMG2500 only: port1.0.1 and port1.0.2 links


are down using HUB 10/100

port1.0.1 and port1.0.2 does not come up


if iMG2500 is connected to Centrecom
FH708SW, FH712SW 10/100 HUB.

5522

Video tiling on some multicast channels

There are cases where there could be


video tiling on some specific multicast
channels.

5581

WAN port failed to connect if IGMP


messages are received during the bootstrap
phase

There are cases where the WAN interface


does not come up if during the bootstrap
phase STBs connected to the LAN
interfaces start to send IGMP messages.

4862

QOS 8021p works only for already tagged


frames

802.1p map does not take effect for


ingress untagged frames even when the
default port priority is configured.

5510

Fixed LAN speed requires UTP crossed


cable

(only on iMG2500) If the LAN interface is


configured at a fixed speed, e.g. 100MFull
or 10MFull, then the link to a PC that
supports auto-negotiation 10/100Mbps
needs to use a crossed UTP cable to come
up properly.

IGMP
CR ID

Title

Description

5540

Failure on receiving Video Unicast when


Video Multicast is also active.

Unicast downstream traffic (like VoD) was


failing when IGMP multicast messages are
received from STBs.

5510

Fixed LAN speed requires UTP crossed


cable

If the LAN interface is configured at a


fixed speed, e.g. 100MFull or 10MFull,
then the link to a PC that supports autonegotiation 10/100Mbps does not come
up if the PC-to-iMG cable is a straight UTP
cable.

5524

Wrong IGMP reports sent with source


from 192.168.2.1

The CPE incorrectly sends igmp reports


sourced from 192.168.2.1 after nms has
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been used to modify igmp mode from


proxy to snooping, until CPE is restarted.
5118

5.12.6.

IgmpMaxMembers and IgmpMaxSources


TR69 attributes are now supported (they
behave in the same way) limiting the
maximum number of multicast streams
that can be active at the same time.

VoIP MGCP
CR ID

5.12.7.

IgmpMaxMembers and IgmpMaxSources


support

Title

Description

5449

CLI help for (config-mgcp)# domain


command

The helper for # domain command under


config-mgcp now returns a valid
suggestion.

5285

Switching from MGCP to MGCP-NCS is


not supported

Its now possible to change the MGCP


profile from MGCP to MGCP-NCS (and
viceversa) without requiring a CPE restart.

VoIP SIP
CR ID

Title

Description

5610

SIP user password saved in clear text.

SIP user-agent password are now saved in


encrypted format.

5462

SIP protocol interaction with null IP


interfaces

When SIP stack is bound on an IP interface


that gets a null IP address, there are cases
where the SIP stack does nor restart after
the IP interface gets a valid not null IP
address.

5598

Incorrect comfort noise packet generation


when G.729 Annex B is used.

When G.729 is negotiated in a call and


VAD is enabled, now the iMG sends CNG
frames if G.729 codec specifies
annexb=no, or sends G.729 Annex B
comfort noise frames ig G.729 codec
specifies annexb=yes.

5404

Error handling SIP 302 Moved messages

If the iMG receives a SIP 302 Moved


messages and the domain name is in the
hostname format, then it drops the
message.

5246,
5301

SIP PTime SDP handling

The iMG does not include the packet time


when it initiates a call.

5053

Call Forward service is active even


without any prefix defined

Its possible erroneously to enable the Call


Forward services enabling the feature but
w/o setting the corresponding prefixes.

5769

Wrong CLI syntax for dtmf out-of-band

DTMF relay over SIP info message use a


wrong CLI command dtmf-relay voip
mode sip-notify.

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5.12.8.

VoIP Endpoint
CR ID

Title

Description

5714

CLI help for (config-voice-class)# codec


preference command

The helper for # codec preference


command under config-voice-class now
returns a valid suggestion.

5201

Reliability of fax call detection @ RX side

Fax/Modem call detection at the Rx side


could fail in some cases.

5483

Battery voltage removal on disabled POTS


interface

Battery voltage should be removed from


the POTS interfaces until them are not
enabled.

5713

Default value for ANS tone detection

ANS tone detection must be enabled by


default.

5736

Wrong Denmark Caller-ID

Wrong DTMF caller id when selected


country is Denmark.

5295

ETSI DTMF Caller-ID does not work

Caller-ID for ETSI DTMF does not work.

5348

Default VoIP logging

Default log for VoIP task is now set to be


enabled at error level.

5453

Interdigit Timeout is not visible via CLI

Display of the Interdigit Timeout signal is


not available via CLI even if the setting is
available.

5454

Caller-ID signal properties is not visible via


CLI

Display of the Caller-id signal is not


available via CLI even if the setting is
available.

5459

Dial Mode properties is not visible via CLI

Display of the Dial Mode is not available


via CLI even if the setting is available.

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AT-iMG Software Version 4.4.2 Golden Master

5.13.
5.13.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.1.1 (internally 4.1.1_50)


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.13.2.

Title

Description

5328

Administrative reboot support when


datamodel is locked.

Added the support for a forced


administrative reboot to prevent deadlock
situations where the iMG could become
un-usable if the datamodel got lock for an
extended period of time (> 5 minutes).

5241

Reshuffling of tasks execution order

Tasks in charge of provisioning services


like telnet, ssh , http and TR69 are now
started after the datamodel is completely
activated and VoIP has completed its
activation process.

5370

System restart for


command/watchdog/button not logged

ATI persistent log now stores the


information about the reason of restart:
command or watchdog or reset button.

5242

String truncation for sysName, sysLocation


& sysContact

sysName, sysLocation and sysContact can


now accept 255 chars strings long. In case
of long system name, the system prompt is
truncated to the first 67 chars.

5448

Log of dropped packets is too invasive for


system log

Reception of tagged frames for an unconfigured vlan is no more logged in the


system log to avoid the exhaustion of the
log.

5279

Privileged Exec Mode password does not


work

its not possible to enter into privileged


mode for users that have been created
with privileges < 15.

5271,
5032

CTRL+C can drop the current CLI session

CTRL+C and CTRL+Z command


sequence now causes the CLI to exit from
any privileged submode and return into
privileged exec mode.

SNTP
CR ID

Title

Description

5080

Wrong NTP settings when GMT+01:00 is


selected via WEB page

Selecting the NTP timezone to


GMT+01:00 via WEB pages was resulting
to a wrong internal timezone
configuration.

5280

Daylight saving setting is locked if NTP


client is already synchronized.

Its now possible to enable/disable the


daylight saving property independently if
the local clock is already synchronized to a
reference NTP server.

5367

Some settings of Clock Timezone are not


accepted

Fixed the settings for EST time zone and


WET time zone.
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5.13.3.

QoS
CR ID

5.13.4.

Description

5254

QOS is not initialized properly for CPU


originating traffic

CPU interface is now working in COS


priority precedence mode. Traffic
originated from the iMG is always
internally tagged. CPU interface will always
assign traffic to the proper egress queue
depending on the internal originated COS
priority value and the COS priority map.

5253

Voip 8021p pbit not being configured.

All the traffic originated by the VoIP stack


(both signaling and rtp streams) is now
internally tagged with COS value equal to
5.

Switch & vlan


CR ID

5.13.5.

Title

Title

Description

4760

Mirror does not work on iMG2500 for


egress packets

Mirror functionality on the iMG2500


WAN interface is not able to mirror
packets in the egress direction.

5360

Need reboot after moving WAN port from


untagged to tagged vlan

Moving WAN port from untagged to


tagged vlan in "the same VLAN" does not
have affect till reboot of cpe, it happens
also moving the WAN port from tagged
to untagged

5136

IGMP Reports crossing LAN interfaces


break Amino STB interoperability

*Only on iMG2500 series* IGMP report


messages in v2 mode can cross LAN
interfaces and arrive to other LAN ports
belonging to the video vlan. This can cause
the STB (Amino) to stop reply to IGMP
query messages and subsequently the
multicast stream is closed. In this case its
recommended to use a IGMP Proxy
Configuration in v3 mode.

IP
CR ID

Title

Description

5070

USB interface works only on 192.168.200.0


subnet

USB IP address can now be changed to any


subnet address. The new configuration can
be entered only manipulating the
corresponding TR69 object.

4923

USB connection does not restart on


Windows when plug/unplug USB cable
repeatedly.

Only on Windows, connecting and


disconnecting multiple times the USB
cable, could result on problems to get the
IP address from the USB interface.

5291

USB interface netmask too open.

The IP address subnet netmask offered by


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the DHCP server running on the USB


interface is now in 255.255.255.0 while
previously was set to 255.0.0.0.

5.13.6.

5444

Null IP interface does not comes up into


operative state

During NMS provisioning for voice


service, the voice interface when
configured to be static does not come up
into an operative estate. Before the fix a
system restart was required to bring the
system in a correct working status.

5385

IGMP snooping failure when configured on a


null ip interface.

During NMS provisioning for video


service, the igmp snooping on video vlan
does not work correctly. Before the fix a
system restart was required to bring the
system in a correct working status

5335

RGMgmt IP interface changed IP address


after a WAN link down, link up

At the disconnection of the WAN


interface, the DHCP client now restarts
the IP address negotiation sending DHCP
DISCOVER message. This avoids IP
addresses to be stolen by the iMG for the
period of time WAN is disconnected and
a possible IP address duplication issue
when WAN is restored.

5206

Changes IP address type from Dynamic to


Static leave the dhcpclient running.

During NMS provisioning for internet


service, the internet interface when
configured to be static leaves a dhcpclient
instance running on the internet vlan.

5219

Static route can be duplicated.

Its no more possible to create duplicated


static routes.

5228,
5230,
5341,
5229

Incorrect display of static routes

static routes are displayed with the


information if they are enabled, valid or
invalid because the corresponding gateway
is unreachable.

5276

Access List output reformatting

Access List display command has been


reformatted to follow AW+ access list
output style.

4391

Missed dhcp server options configuration

Its not possible to configure DHCP


Server option other than dns-domain, dnsservers, router, mask, lease-time and ip
range.

SwUpdate
CR ID

5475

Title

Copy command returns duplicated TFTP


write operations

Description

The copy command of a local


configuration file to a remote TFTP server
causes the TFTP write operation to be
executed two times instead of one.

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5.13.7.

VoIP
CR ID

Title

Description

5340

Voice tasks are running also on no voice


models.

VoIP related tasks are now not started at


all on the models that do not support any
POTS interface.

5221,
5465,
5310

Wrong default syslog voip destination

VoIP logging is now by default configured


to be redirected to syslog.

5257

NMS Provision, Deprovision & Provision


cycle of SIP locks system

When NMS provisions a Sip Service and


User, deprovisioning that service and User
then attempts to re-provision that service,
the system locks up when manipulating
(creating/configuring) the new user.

5282

Setting Country Hungary causes a DSP


restart.

Only on iMG2500 family, setting the voice


country to Hungary causes a restart of the
voice DSP.

5286

Wrong Waiting Tone for country Sweden

5210

Setting DTMFMethod to InBand requires


device restart

5209

Visual MWI not working

5177

Silence Suppression Disabled does not work


(the first time)

5208

Metaswitch MGCP- Blind Call Xfer- ringing


stops on "Transfer Recipient

5375

Intermittently failed to play dialtone after


nms provisioned for 1 mgcp genband line
until rebooted img

5376

Ffailed to send LCFO signal on tel port with


mgcp genband line provisioned by nms

5215

Metaswitch SIP Distinctive Ringing does not


work

5222

SIP CFW interaction problem with digit


map

5226

Metaswitch SIP - Invalid Tag in To: header


for 302 Moved Temporarily

5227

iMG HW model for SIP User-Agent field

The SIP User-Agent field from the


nextGen iMG shows a hard-coded value
'iMG1000' for the model instead of the
complete model type.

5296

Lines are enabled before SIP registers have


successfully executed

POTS lines result enabled as soon the


registration process is started and before
it is terminated successfully.

5324

Ptime specified by the Call Agent is ignored

Changing DTMFMethod from 'RFC2833'


to 'InBand' requires the iMG to be
rebooted before any DTMF tones are
actually sent.
Silence suppression works as it is enabled
even if the attribute is set to be disabled
for the first call.

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5355

SIP Registered with wrong ip interface not


consistent with bind interface

SIP messages are now sent with Source IP


address matching the IP address of the
interface where the stack is bound.

5406

SIP - iMG2500 dial-tone after LCFO

After remote disconnect the IMG2500


does the usual LCFO battery removal but
then afterwards, instead of playing
reorder, there is some clicking noises on
the line and then dial-tone.

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5.14.
5.14.1.

Issues resolved on Release 4.1


SYSTEM
CR ID

5.14.2.

Title

NTP synchronization causes configuration


saving

After the system is started, the bootstrap


configuration is overwritten the first time
the NTP client synchronizes with an
external NTP server.

4302

Software update via AW+ CLI

Firmware upgrade is available only via


WEB interface or TR69 method.

SWITCH
Title

Description

4603

Ethernet Port Statistics support

Only for iMG1500, port traffic statistics


are not supported.

4700

Port Mirror support

Port Mirror is not supported. It is available


only via debug CLI and only for iMG1500.

4855

Port attributes are reset during vlan


configuration.

Ethernet Port attributes are lost (reset to


the default values) when an interface is
moved from one vlan to another.

4881

Current Link Speed and Duplex status


support

For Ethernet interfaces configured in


Autonegotiation mode, the current
negotiated speed and duplex mode is not
available.

IGMP
CR ID

4386,
4431

5.14.4.

Description

4920

CR ID

5.14.3.

(internally 4.1_69)

Title

IGMP support

Description

IGMP snooping and in general IGMP


messages are not managed. The switch
operates in forwarding mode respect to
multicast traffic.

DHCP Server
CR ID

4975

Title

DNS servers and DNS domain name


incomplete support

Description

DNS Servers list and DNS domain offered


by DHCP server not aligned with the
datamodel.

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