OmniVista Cirrus Production Notes 4.5.1
OmniVista® Cirrus is a cloud-based Network Management System (NMS). This cloud-based approach eliminates the need for purchasing and maintaining a physical server and installing the NMS on premise, since everything resides in the cloud. Network Operators can access OmniVista Cirrus from anywhere, using any approved browser and device (e.g., workstation, tablet).
Access to OmniVista Cirrus is supported on the following browsers: Chrome 68+ (on Windows and Redhat/SuSE Linux client PCs), and Firefox 62+ (on Windows and Redhat/SuSE Linux client PCs).
These Production Notes detail new features and functions, network/device configuration prerequisites, supported devices, and known issues/workarounds in OmniVista Cirrus. Please read the Production Notes in their entirety as they contain important operational information that may impact successful use of the application.
- New Features and Functions
- Network and Device Prerequisites
- Supported Devices
- Issues Fixed
- Additional Documentation
An overview of new features and functions is provided below.
OmniVista Cirrus now supports the following devices:
- AP1201BG - AP1201BG is now supported in OmniVista. The 1201BG AP has limited functionality and is used primarily for scanning in the Asset Tracking application.
- AP1321/AP1322 - AP1321 and AP 1322 are now supported in OmniVista Cirrus.
- AP1361/AP1361D/1362 - AP1361, AP1361D, and AP1362 are now supported in OmniVista Cirrus.
OmniVista Cirrus now supports the following OS Software Versions:
- AWOS 4.0.0.x - APs
- Internet Explorer is no longer supported. Chrome 68+ and Firefox 62+ are supported.
The following section details new applications introduced in this release.
- Asset Tracking - A separate Asset Tracking application is available. OmniVista supports this application with the new OAW-AP1201BG AP as well as the existing OAW-AP1231and OAW-AP1231 APs.
- Mobile App for Template Based Provisioning - The OmniVista Assistant Mobile App is now available to provision and configure AOS Switches. The OmniVista Assistant App enables you to easily provision and configure new switches or re-configure existing switches. The OmniVista Assistant App connects to the OmniVista Server to push switch configurations defined in a matching Provisioning Rule to the switch you are configuring. A Provisioning Rule matching the switch you are configuring must exist in the OmniVista Provisioning Application before you can configure it with the OmniVista Assistant App.
- A Provisioning Rule matching the switch you are configuring must exist in the Provisioning Application before you can configure it with the OmniVista Assistant App.
- The OmniVista Assistant App is supported on all AOS 6x and Switches. You can connect to the switch via cable (6x and 8x Switches) or Bluetooth (8x Switches). Note that you cannot connect via Bluetooth on the OS9900 Switch.
- The OmniVista Assistant App is supported on Android devices running versions 7.0, 8.0, and 9.0. It is not supported on Android 10.0.
The following section details updates and enhancements to existing OmniVista Cirrus applications.
- New Analytics Reports - Two new Analytics Reports can now be generated:
- Top N PoE Ports - Displays the top network PoE ports based on the amount of power being utilized by each PoE Port. Reports can be generated by creating an Analytics PoE Report Profile or a Statistics Collection Profile, and can also be generated on the fly by selecting devices and attributes on the Statistics Screen. New PoE widgets are also available and can be displayed on the Global Dashboard.
- Top N PoE Switches - Displays total PoE utilization by switch. When you create an Analytics PoE Report Profile or a Statistics Collection Profile, the Top N PoE Switches Report is also generated.
- Improved Statistics
- The Statistics Feature in Analytics (formally called Performance Monitoring) has been simplified. By default, statistics are now automatically collected from all switches and ports for all new switches added to the network. There is no need to manually create a Collection Profile to gather Statistics data. This default setting can be changed on the Analytics Settings page.
- Statistics collection and statistics views are now separate. In previous releases, graphical views of statistics data were based on the switches as configured in the Collection Profile. Now you can create custom Statistics Views from any switches generating Statistics data.
- Remote Access Points (RAP)
- You can now configure an offsite, remote AP as a Remote Access Point (RAP) that can be managed by your local OmniVista Cirrus installation through a VPN Tunnel.
- The Remote AP Feature is supported on all OAW-AP12xx Series APs. It is not supported on OAW-AP1101 or OAW-AP13xx Series APs.
- Set AP Root Account Password Seed
- You can now set an AP Root Account Password Seed for APs. Configuring a Root Account Password Seed adds a second layer of security for AP access. When you configure a Password Seed, the Root Password is derived from a character string composed of two parts - the Password Seed and the Fixed Root Password. The Password Seed can be changed at any time. The password is set by AP Group and is only supported on APs running AWOS 4.0.0 and higher. A Root Account Password Seed will not be applied to any APs in the group running a lower AWOS.
- Limit/Shutdown an AP's Radio
- You can now edit an APs configuration by limiting an APs radio to a specific band or shutting down the APs radio. Select an AP in the Access Points List, click on the Edit icon, and select Edit Radio Configuration.
- Default Beaconing AP Group
- There is a new default Beaconing AP Group ("default BLEGW group") for OAW-AP1201BG APs. When a 1201BG when a 1201 BG AP initially registers, it is placed in this group. OAW-AP1201BG APs have limited functionality and are used specifically for scanning for the Asset Tracking application.
- Performance Monitoring Dashboard
- A new Performance Monitoring Dashboard tab has been added to the OmniVista Dashboard. The Performance Dashboard displays Analytics Statistics Chart View Profile widgets. Statistics Chart View Profiles are graphical displays of collected statistics data. The profiles are configured in the Analytics application on the Analytics Statistics Chart View Screen (Network - Analytics - Statistics - Chart Views). The data can be displayed in graphical or table view and you can configure the display time range. You can add up to 20 widgets to the dashboard.
- New Global Dashboard Widgets
- Top N PoE Ports Utilization Detail View - Displays PoE Port power utilization in bar chart format for PoE-enabled ports on the network. Hover the mouse over a bar chart for more detailed information. You must create an Analytics PoE Profile in the Analytics application and assign the profile to switches/ports to generate and display information for this widget.
- Top N PoE Ports Utilization Trending View - Displays PoE Port power utilization in line chart format for PoE-enabled ports on the network. Click on a data point for more detailed information. You must create an Analytics PoE Profile in the Analytics application and assign the profile to switches/ports to generate and display information for this widget.
- Top N PoE Switches Utilization Summary View - Displays PoE Port power utilization by switch in pie chart format. Hover the mouse over a section for more detailed information. You must create an Analytics PoE Profile in the Analytics application and assign the profile to switches/ports to generate and display information for this widget.
- New WLAN Advanced Dashboard Widget
- Most Recent 1000 Client Records - Displays information about all active clients on the network. Click on the "More" link at the bottom of the widget to display the most recent 1,000 client sessions on all Stellar APs on the network. Click on a client in the widget to bring up the "Details of Client" window, which displays detailed information about the selected client and its sessions.
- IoT Enforcement
- The new IoT Enforcement feature enables you to authenticate devices by associating an IoT Category with an Access Role Profile. Once a device accesses the network and is categorized, the assigned Access Role Profile is applied to the device. You can associate different Access Role Profiles with different categories; and you can enable automatic or manual enforcement Categories. IoT Enforcement is not supported on OS6560-P48Z16 switches.
- IoT Data Retention Settings
- The new IoT Settings screen enables you to configure IoT data retention preferences for IoT data.
- G Suite Integration
- The IoT application can now be configured to integrate with Google G Suite to collect device information and provide network security for Chrome devices. G Suite Integration is only supported on devices connected to AOS Switches running AOS 8.6R2 and later, or devices connected to APs connected to AOS Switches running AOS 8.6R2 and later.
- You can now set the line style and line weight you want to use when displaying LLDP/AMAP/SPB/ERP Links and Manual Links in a Topology Map. The preference is set in the Topology Configuration Window. Click on the Configuration icon in the upper-right corner of the topology map to bring up the Configuration window.
- Link information now includes the Link Type (Copper or Fiber) and Link Speed when you hover over a link or click on a link in a Topology Map.
- In previous releases, a link status color would display Red if any port in a Linkagg was down. The link will now display Orange if any port in a Linkagg is down.
- Tunnel Profiles to Connect to Third-Party Devices
- You can now configure a Tunnel with a Tunnel ID of “0”, with “Entropy” disabled, enabling a GRE Tunnel Server connection to a third-party Tunnel Server (e.g., Linux), which require no Entropy.
- Authenticated Switch Access Through UPAM
- You can now use UPAM for Authenticated Switch Access (ASA) for network switches. Users are configured on the UPAM Switch User Account Screen (UPAM Authentication Switch User Account). You can set user credentials as well as user privileges for switch operations. You then configure a AAA Profile (Unified Access Template Global Configuration AAA), select the UPAM Server as the authentication server for switch access, and assign the AAA Profile to network switches.
- Device Specific PSK Encryption Option
- You can now configure WLAN/SSID Encryption with Device Specific PSK. A Device Specific PSK provides more security that traditional PSK. When Device Specific PSK is enabled, when the AAA Server sends the Radius Access Accept of MAC Authentication, it will also send the specific pre-shared key for that client, distinguished by the client's MAC Address. This means that each client will have a different key.
- Print PSK or QR Code
- The Company Property Screen has options to print the Device Specific PSK Passphrase for devices in the Company Property List. The passphrase can be printed in standard format or in QR Code that a user can scan and use to log into the network. Select a device(s) in the Company Property List and click on either the Print PSK or Print QR Code button.
- Auto-Generate PSK
- The Authentication Records Screen had the option to quickly add a device(s) in the Authentication Records List to the Company Property List as a Device Specific PSK device. Select the device(s) in the Authentication Records List and click on the Generation PSK button. OmniVista will add the device(s) to the Company List with an auto-generated PSK Passphrase. The device information, including the PSK Passphrase can be edited at any time on the Company Property Screen.
The following prerequisites must be verified/configured before using OmniVista Cirrus.
DHCP Deployment Requirements
- IP Address - DHCP Server IP address.
- Option 1 - Subnet Mask.
- Option 2 - Gateway.
- Option 6 - Domain Name Servers - Required for FQDN resolution of OmniVista Cirrus connection points.
- Option 28 - Broadcast Address. This option is only recommended, not required.
- Option 42 - NTP Server(s) - Required for Certificate validation (start date and duration), and all related encryption functions. This option is not required on devices running AOS 6.7.2 R04 / AOS 8.5R2 / AWOS 188.8.131.526 or higher. It is however, recommended.
ALE Specific Requirements
- Option 43
- Sub-Option 1 - Vendor ID. Validate the DHCP response (must be set with the value alenterprise). This sub-option is only required if you specify any of the sub-options listed below, or any devices on your network are running AOS 6.7.2 R03.
The following Sub-Options are only required if you are using a Proxy to connect to the Internet.
- Sub-Option 129 - Proxy URL. It can be either an IP address or a URL (e.g., "IP-address=184.108.40.206", "URL=http://server.name").
- Sub-Option 130 - Proxy Port.
- Sub-Option 131 - Proxy User Name. If the customer proxy access requires authentication, both 131 and 132 can be supplied via these sub-options.
- Sub-Option 132 - Proxy Password.
- Sub-Option 133 - Network ID.
- Option 138 - Remove any existing configuration (required for all ALE Devices).
Static Deployment Requirements
The following switch configuration prerequisites must be met for a Static Network Deployment.
1. Execute the following CLI commands on each switch. The commands can be contained in a CLI Script and pushed to network switches. See the CLI Scripting online help for more information.
ip name-server <dns_ip>
ntp server <ntp_ip>
ntp client enable
2. (If you are using a Proxy), modify the <running directory>/cloudagent.cfg file on each switch as follows:
- Activation Server URL: Enter the Activation Server FQDN.
- HTTP Proxy Server: Enter the Proxy IP address.
- HTTP Proxy Port: Enter the Proxy IP port.
- HTTP Proxy User Name: Enter the Proxy username.
- HTTP Proxy Password: Enter the Proxy password.
3. Enable the Cloud Agent on each switch with the following CLI Command:
cloud-agent admin-state enable
For basic onboarding of devices and connection to the OmniVista Cirrus Server, a minimum of 10 kbps end-to-end network throughput is required between the device and OmniVista Cirrus.
To enable statistics data transfer, status queries, configuration commands, and other requests/responses between devices and OmniVista Cirrus, a minimum of 64 kbps end-to-end network throughput is required between the device and OmniVista Cirrus. APs must be running the latest AWOS software version.
If a device is accessing the Internet via an HTTP/HTTPs proxy, the proxy server must be specified in DHCP Option 43, Sub-option 129 (Server) and Sub-Option 130 (Port). The server may be specified in 1 of 2 formats: 1) “URL=http://server.domain”, or 2) “IP-address=220.127.116.11”. The port is specified as a number (8080).
The following ports must be configured to allow outbound traffic from your local network:
- 443 - If you are not using a Proxy to connect to the Internet, your firewall must allow outbound access to this port; if you are using a Proxy, you need to be able to access this port via your local proxy.
- 80 - Relevant only if you are accessing UPAM Guest/BYOD Captive portal via insecure HTTP. If you are not using a Proxy to connect to the Internet, your firewall must allow outbound access to this port; if you are using a proxy, you need to be able to access this port via your local proxy.
- 123 - Relevant if you are using an NTP Server that is outside of your network. You must ensure that your firewall allows outbound access to port 123 udp. This access cannot be mediated by a proxy, it must be direct (NAT is allowed).
- 53 - Relevant if you are using a DNS Server that is outside of your network.You must ensure that your firewall allows outbound access to both port 53 tcp and port 53 udp. This access cannot be mediated by a proxy, it must be direct (NAT is allowed).
An NTP Server(s) is required for Certificate validation (start date and duration), and all related encryption functions. Devices must have access to at least one NTP Server, whether local or external. Note that if a device's System Time is not correct, it may take several attempts to synchronize with the NTP Server before the device connects to the OmniVista Cirrus Server.
The minimum device software versions for onboarding and management are detailed below. The minimum onboarding versions are required for the device to connect the to the OmniVista Cirrus Server. The specified management software versions are required to support all of the management features available in OmniVista Cirrus 3.1.0.
For onboarding (call home and connection to the OmniVista Cirrus Server), devices must be running the following minimum software versions:
- AOS 6.7.2.R05
- AOS 8.5R2
- AWOS 3.0.5.xx.
Devices must be running the software versions specified below to support all of the management features available in OmniVista Cirrus 3.1.0.
- Essential Switch (E) - OS6350/OS6450 - (6.7.2.R06), OS6465 (8.6R1), OS6560 (8.6R1)
- Core Switch (C) - OS6900 (8.5R4)
- Advanced Switch (A) - OS6860/OS6860E/OS6865 (8.6R1)
- Stellar AP (SA) - OAW-AP1101, OAW-1201, OAW-1201H, OAW-1201L (available in Brazil only), OAW-AP1221, OAW-AP1222, OAW-AP1231, OAW-AP1232, OAW-AP1251 (AWOS 18.104.22.168)
A link to the latest software images is included in the Verification E-Mail you receive when you create your account. If necessary, click on the link and download the required AOS software. Release Notes, containing detailed upgrade instructions for each device type, are available on the ALE Business Portal.
A full list of ALE supported devices/AOS releases can be found here.
AV No Longer Supports OS6900 Switches (OVC-4434)
Summary: Application Visibility no longer supports OS6900 Switches. Any Application Visibility Policies or Policy Lists applied to these devices should be updated/deleted.
Workaround: NA - Informational.
Error Message When Backing Up Stack of 6x Switches (OVE-4211)
Summary: User is unable to backup a stack of AOS 6x Switches if the switches are heavily loaded because of SNMP Timeout.
Workaround: Edit the device to increase the SNMP Timeout to 10 seconds. Go the Managed Devices Screen (Network Discovery Managed Devices), select switch(es) click on Edit icon to go to the Edit Discovery Manager window and increase the SNMP Timeout to 10,000 msec.
OV Managed Device Automatically Deleted and License Unassigned (OVC-4683)
Summary: A currently-managed device can be automatically deleted, its license unassigned, and the device moved to “Registered” if the IP address assignments of devices are changed.
For example, suppose there are two devices discovered and managed by OmniVista: Device1 with IP address "IP1", and Device2 with IP address "IP2". At some point, the IP Address assignment for these devices are changed as follows: Device1 IP address is changed from "IP1" to "IP2"; and Device2 IP address is changed from "IP2" to something else. This scenario could happen, for example, if the DHCP Server is restarted and does not attempt to give the same IP address as before to the DHCP clients.
If Device1 is then rediscovered (as part of periodic polling or by a manual user action), Device2 will be deleted from OmniVista when OmniVista discovers that Device1 now has the "IP2" IP address to avoid the situation where two devices have the same IP address in OmniVista.
Workaround: NA - Informational.
Upgrades Are Triggered Differently for 6x and 8x Switches (OVC-435)
Summary: The Activation Server checks the "current software version" from the switches to determine whether a switch should upgrade or not. Because of the different behaviors of 6x and 8x Switches, there may be some inconsistencies about when a switch will be triggered to upgrade.
- AOS 8x switches send current software version of the current running directory.
- AOS 6x switches send current software version of WORKING directory when in sync.
Example AOS 6x:
Assume switch comes up in the Certified Directory.
Assume /flash/working has the same image version as "desired software version" set in Device Catalog, whereas /flash/certified has a lower version. Since AOS 6x sends current software version of /flash/working, upgrade will NOT be triggered on the switch.
Example AOS 8x:
Assume switch comes up in the Certified Directory.
Assume /flash/cloud has the same image version as "desired software version" set in Device Catalog, whereas /flash/certified has a lower version. Since AOS 8x sends current software version of current running directory which is /flash/certified. there will be an upgrade. The switch will download the desired software version to /flash/cloud and reboots from /flash/cloud.
Workaround: NA - Informational.
Upgrade Workflow Should Be Changed When Device Is Loaded From Certified Directory (OVC-435)
Summary: When an AOS 6.x Switch with "Set to Software Version" set to "Latest Version" contacts the OmniVista Server, the server checks the Working Directory to see if it is running the latest AOS software. If the Working Directory contains the latest software version, an upgrade will not be triggered, even if the Certified Directory is running on an older software version. To upgrade the Certified Directory to the latest software, reboot the switch from the Working Directory.
Workaround: NA - Informational.
APs Are Displayed as IOT Devices in IoT Inventory (OVE-5542)
Summary: Stellar APs connected to AOS switches are displayed as IOT endstation devices in IoT inventory List.
Workaround: To prevent an AP from being displayed in the Inventory List, you must disable IoT profiling on the switch port connected to the AP using the following CLI command: device-profile port slot/port admin-state disable.
IoT Inventory Does Not Work if sFlow is Enabled on Switch (OVE-5544)
Summary: Devices are not displayed in the Inventory List if sFlow is enabled on a switch.
Workaround: The problem is fixed in AOS 8.6R2. Upgrade switch to AOS 8.6R2.
Device Start Time Is Incorrect in IoT Inventory List (OVE-5658)
Summary: If a device is moved to a different port on a switch, the Start Time displayed in the Inventory List will reflect the first time the device was connected to the switch.
Workaround: The problem is fixed in AOS 8.6R2. Upgrade switch to AOS 8.6R2.
IoT Inventory List Displays Active/Online Endpoints as Offline (OVC-6788)
Summary: The IoT Inventory List displays multiple Active/Online endpoints as offline for devices connected to switches running AOS 8.6R1.
Workaround: The problem is fixed in AOS 8.6R2. Upgrade switch to AOS 8.6R2.
IoT Client Continuously Re-Connects After Category Enforcement (OVE-7648)
Summary: If a client is authenticated over a RADIUS Server and classified into a UNP Profile, and then another UNP Profile is applied via IoT Category Enforcement (same or different profile), the client will continuously re-connect.
Workaround: No workaround at this time. The problem will be fixed AOS 8.7R1. Upgrade switch to AOS 8.7R1 when available..
Cannot Onboard a Switch Running AOS 6.7.2.R05 (OVC-6879)
Summary: You cannot successfully onboard a 6.x switch in the Provisioning application that is running a AOS 6.7.2.R05.
Workaround: For 6.x Switches, Provisioning is only supported on AOS 6.7.2.R06 and higher. Upgrade the 6.x Switch to a supported build.
Device Address Column Sorted Incorrectly in Device Backup/Restore Table (OVE-1861)
Summary: If you sort the Device Address Column in the Backup/Restore Table in ascending or descending order, the IP addresses are not sorted correctly. For example, a list of IP addresses will be incorrectly sorted as 10.1.3.1, 10.1.2.1, 10.1.11.1.
Workaround:No workaround at this time.
MTS-Managed Tenant Local Users Cannot Use "View SSIDs on an AP Group" Feature (OVC-6321)
Summary: When managed by MTS, local Tenant Users cannot use the "View SSIDs on an AP Group" button to quickly view SSIDs by AP Group.
Workaround:Users who want to view SSIDs associated with a specific AP Group need to go to each SSID and view its AP Group association. Click on the AP Group Assignment and Schedule button at the top of the SSIDs screen to bring up the “AP Group Assignment and Schedule” Screen. Select an SSID from the SSID Service Name drop-down. The AP Group(s) associated with the SSID are displayed.
HTTPs Traffic is Not redirected to Portal Page for an HSTS Website (OVC-1777)
Summary: The first time a user opens an HSTS website, they are redirected to the portal page, as expected. The second time a user opens an HSTS website, the redirection will not work. If the user clears browser cache and retries connecting to the HSTS website, it will work. The behavior depends on the browser used. Chrome is very strict, so the problem is always seen, Firefox is not as strict; the problem will still happen but not as frequently.
Workaround: There is no workaround at this time.
Delay in UPAM Interactions After Subscriber Gets a Paid Account (OVC-6806)
Summary: After a subscriber gets a paid account, UPAM related interactions will not work until free radius server is restarted (at 00:00 AM the subsequent day).
Workaround: There will be a delay in realizing any expected changes in UPAM function when any of the following occurs:
- Creation of a new tenant
- Activation of a different RADIUS Server Certificate
- Synchronization of RADIUS Attribute Dictionary at OmniVista with RADIUS Server
- Edit of NAS Client details.
After any of the above actions, expected UPAM changes will take effect after the following midnight (00:01 a.m. PST), as these require a restart of the OmniVista internal RADIUS Server. The OmniVista internal RADIUS Server is restarted periodically at midnight PST. All tenants sharing the same OmniVista VM will experience a brief period of interruption of UPAM RADIUS functionality during this periodic restart.
ALE-BYOD Users and ALE-Corp Users Disassociated from SSIDs (OVE-6759)
Summary: ALE-BYOD users and ALE-Corp users are being frequently disassociated from their respective SSIDs after upgrading the Stellar AP build from 3.0.6 GA to 22.214.171.124. APs allow a maximum of 32 MAC OUIs/MAC addresses to be treated as friendly. If this number is exceeded, APs recognize neighbor APs as rogue, causing them to be disassociated from the SSID.
Workaround: When configuring a WIPs Policy, do not delete the default MAC OUIs (34:e7:0b and dc:08:56). These are for Stellar APs. In addition, configure no more than 32 Friendly MAC OUIs/MAC addresses.
If You Remove a Master from a Virtual Chassis Slave Devices Lose Connectivity
Summary: If You Remove a Master from a Virtual Chassis (VC), Slave devices Lose Connectivity Due to stale certificates. Devices use a certificate to communicate with OmniVista Cirrus. This certificate is given to the devices by the OmniVista Cirrus on their first Activation attempt. In a VC, the Master chassis is issued a certificate for its Serial Number and this certificate is copied over to all the Slaves. If the owner of the certificate (Master) is removed permanently from the VC, the remaining chassis will form a VC and attempt activation using the certificate of the old Master, but will be unable to activate using this certificate. Customers should raise a ticket with ALE Customer Support to overcome this issue. After understanding the VC topology, ALE Customer Support might take a decision to remove the certificate from the VC and enable the remaining chassis in the VC to attempt Cloud Activation afresh.
Workaround: Raise a ticket with ALE Customer Support. After investigating the VC topology, ALE Customer Support may decide to remove the certificate from the VC and enable the remaining chassis in the VC to re-attempt activation.
Problem Connecting to Switch with OV Assistant When Multiple Bluetooth Dongles Present (OVC-7240)
Summary:The OmniVista Assistant uses the Bluetooth dongle MAC address to initiate a connection to a switch. If multiple Bluetooth dongles are active at the same time, OmniVista Assistant may initiate a connection to an unexpected dongle.
Workaround: Make sure there are no other active Bluetooth dongles in the area. And make sure the correct model and serial number appear under "Paired Devices" before initiating a connection to a switch.
Issues Fixed Since Release 3.0
- If Network ID Strict Mode Is Enabled Some Devices Will Be Unable to On-Board (OVC-4381)
- Cannot Notify Policy List with Accept All | Deny All Policy on AOS 6x Devices (OVC-6133)
- Unable to upload Captive Portal Certificate on UPAM (ALEISSUE-410)
- Unable to change “Account Validity Period” While Creating Guest Access Code with Service Level (ALEISSUE-459)
- APs were UP, however showed DOWN in OmniVista (ALEISSUE-383)
Issues Fixed Since Release 2.1.0
- External LDAP Server Requires Direct Connection (OVCLOUD-2832)
- BYOD Access Strategy "Go to initial URL" Option Does Not Work on AOS 6x Switches (OVC-421)
- No CLI Command to Configure Network ID in Statically Configured Cloud Agents (OVC-4569)
Issues Fixed Since Release 2.0
- Cannot Remove a BYOD/Guest Online Device From Device List on AOS 8x Switches (OVC-419)
- Cannot Find Audit Logs in OmniVista Cirrus (OVC-456)
- Error When Applying Access Role Profile with Policy List to 6x Device (OVC-459)
- Cannot Apply Policy List from RADIUS Attribute "Alcatel-Policy-List" in UPAM on AOS 6.x Switches (OVC-463)
- Captive Portal Page Is Not Kept After Upgrading From 1.0.2 (OVC-2467)
- AP Image Upgrade From 3.0.2 to 3.0.4 Requires 2 Reboots (OVC-2957)
- Device Status Color Does Not Change When a Trap is Sent From an AP (OVC-3220)
- Minimum OS Versions Required for Full OmniVista Cirrus Functionality (OVC-3468)
- OS6560 Device Loses VPN Connectivity and Remains in a DOWN State (OVC-3530)
- Guidance for Users with ALE Business Store Based OmniVista Cirrus Subscriptions That Are Pending Activation (OVC-3776)
- OS6560 Dumps ipcmmd pmds When Calling Home (OVC-3834)
Issues Fixed Since Release 1.0.2
- Hide Top N clients and Top N App Charts (OVC-1565)
- OS6560 Does Not Support Policy List on OS6560 Switch running AOS 8.4.1.R03 (OVCLOUD-1384)
- Status of All AOS Devices Changed from “OV Managed” to “Pre-Provisioning" in Device Catalog (OVC-145)
- Analytics Line Chart Does Not Display Date in X-Axis (OVC-461)
Issues Fixed Since Release 1.0.1
- Device Added to Data Lake Is Not Added to Device Catalog Even Though "Call Home" Was Successful (OVC-146)
- VC of 2 OS6900-X20 Disappeared from the List of Managed Devices (OVC-147)
Online help is available in OmniVista Cirrus and can be access by clicking on the Help Link (?) in the upper-right corner of any screen. You can also search through the online help on the OmniVista Cirrus Home Page. An overview of OV Cirrus as well as Getting Started Guides for Freemium and Paid Accounts is available here.