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About SBC Release Notes

This page describes new features, new hardware and software requirements, and known limitations for the latest release of

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Related Documentation

The

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Problems or Questions
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For problems or questions, contact the Sonus Technical Assistance Center (TAC) via telephone, fax, or e-mail:

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About SBC 5000 Series

The Sonus

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Interoperability

The

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  • SIP/H.323 compliant IADs and IP-PBXs
  • Sonus PSX Policy Server Softswitch via SIP redirects and/or Diameter+ protocol
  • Sonus SBC 9000 through SIP call signaling and Sonus Networks MCS protocol

Compatibility with Sonus Products

This release is compatible with the latest

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DSIEMSGSXPSXePSX OVA
V09.00.00R000V09.01.01R000V09.00.03R000V09.01.01R000V09.01.01R000

For information on minimum compatibility of 04.00.07R000 release with Sonus Product release versions, please see the following page located under the Sonus Product Compatibilities page:
https://support.sonus.net/display/ALLDOC/SBC+5000-7000-SWe+Interoperability+Matrices

 

ePSX (OVA)

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ePSX installation package on

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Note

ePSX installation is not supported on SBC 5100.

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The ePSX installation package is not available in the standard SBC package. It is provided separately.

Before installing a Replica ePSX on the SBC, accomplish the following:

  • Install/upgrade PSX Master with the correct version.
  • Ensure that PSX Master is runningV09.01.01R000 version.
Note

To upgrade from ERE to ePSX, contact Sonus Technical Assistance Center (TAC).

Required Software and Firmware Versions

The following

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SBC 5000 Series ComponentsSoftware/FirmwareVersion
SBC PlatformBMC

V02.05.00-R0

BIOS

V02.04.00-R0 (Minimum required: V02.01.02-R0)

CONNEX IP

V02.0.11R000

SBC Application

SonusDB

V04.00.07-R000
(Minimum required: V01.02.00-R000)

SBC Application

V04.00.07-R000

Note

SBC 04.00.03F001 is deprecated.

Info

For a list of prior SBC software and firmware versions, go to Prior SBC 5000 Series Software/Firmware Versions.

How to Verify Currently Installed Software/Firmware Versions

Use Platform Manager to verify the currently installed software and firmware versions.

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Note

During an SBC upgrade process, the SonusDB version may not get upgraded and this will not have any functional impact.

Software Bundles

Download the required software bundles from the Customer Portal to your PC:

Note
During the SBC upgrade process, an automatic check is performed to determine if the SonusDB software requires upgrading. Because of this, the SonusDB version may not always increment with an SBC upgrade.

Firmware

  • firmware-bmc5X00_v2.5.0-R0-bios5X00_v2.4.0-R0.tar.gz
  • firmware-bmc5X00_v2.5.0-R0-bios5X00_v2.4.0-R0.tar.gz.md5

Operating System

  • connexip-os_v02.00.11-R000.tar.gz
  • connexip-os_v02.00.11-R000.tar.gz.md5

Application

  • sbc-V04.00.07-R000.x86_64.tar.gz
  • sbc-V04.00.07-R000.x86_64.md5
  • sbc-V04.00.07-R000.x86_64.signature

For detailed information on installation and upgrade procedures, refer to Installing and Commissioning SBC 5000 Series.

Supported SBC 5000 Series Upgrade Paths

The SBC supports upgrading software version from the following releases:

From V02.xx
version...
 From V03.0.x
version...
 From V03.1.x
version...
 From V04.xx
version...
V02.00.04 F001 V03.00.00 R000 V03.01.00 F001 V04.00.00 B001
V02.00.04 R000 V03.00.01 F001 V03.01.00 R000 V04.00.00 R000
V02.00.05 F001 V03.00.01 R000 V03.01.00 R001 V04.00.01 R000
V02.00.05 F003 V03.00.01 R001 V03.01.01 F001 V04.00.02 F001
V02.00.05 F004 V03.00.02 F001 V03.01.01 F002 V04.00.02 F002
V02.00.05 R000 V03.00.02 F002 V03.01.01 R000 V04.00.02 F003
V02.00.06 F001 V03.00.02 F003 V03.01.01 R001 V04.00.02 R000
V02.00.06 F002 V03.00.02 F004 V03.01.02 F001 V04.00.03 R000
V02.00.06 F003 V03.00.02 R000 V03.01.02 F002 V04.00.04 F001
V02.00.06 F004 V03.00.02 R001 V03.01.02 F003 V04.00.04 R000
V02.00.06 F005 V03.00.03 R000 V03.01.02 R000 V04.00.05-F001
V02.00.06 F006 V03.00.03 R001 V03.01.02 R001 V04.00.05-F002
V02.00.06 F007 V03.00.03 R002 V03.01.02 R002 V04.00.05-F003
V02.00.06 R000 V03.00.04 F001 V03.01.03 F001 V04.00.05-R000
V02.00.06 R001 V03.00.04 F002 V03.01.03 F002 V04.00.06-F001
V02.00.06 R002 V03.00.04 F003 V03.01.03 F003 V04.00.06-F002
V02.00.07 F001 V03.00.04 F004 V03.01.03 F004 V04.00.06-R000
V02.00.07 F002 V03.00.04 F005 V03.01.03 F005  
V02.00.07 F003 V03.00.04 F006 V03.01.03 R000  
V02.00.07 R000 V03.00.04 F007 V03.01.03 R001  
V02.00.08 F001 V03.00.04 R000 V03.01.04 F001  
V02.00.08 R000 V03.00.05 F001 V03.01.04 F002  
V02.00.09 F001 V03.00.05 R000 V03.01.04 R000  
V02.00.09 R000 V03.00.06 F001 V03.01.05 F001  
V02.00.10 R000 V03.00.06 R000 V03.01.05 F002  
V02.00.10 R001 V03.00.07 R000 V03.01.05 F003  
V02.00.11 R000 V03.00.08 R000 V03.01.05 F004  
V02.00.12 R000   V03.01.05 F005  
V02.01.00 S102   V03.01.05 F006  
    V03.01.05 R000  
    V03.01.06 F001  
    V03.01.06 F002  
     V03.01.06 F003  
    V03.01.06 R000  
    V03.01.07 R000  
    V03.01.07 R001  
    V03.01.08 R001  
    V03.01.08 R000  

New Features

There are no new features added in this release.

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Security Enhancements

EMA Security Enhancement

The URL pattern covering the SBC Web app is updated to ensure that all privileged resources (including servlets) require authentication.

Platform Manager Security Enhancements

This release introduces the following security enhancements for the SBC platform:

  • Authenticated sessions now have the following characteristics:
    • Cookie only sessions
    • SSL only sessions
    • HTTP only sessions
  • Authentication:
    • New session ID is generated on every authentication event
    • Authentication is introduced for PHP scripts that lack native authentication by design
  • Input Sanitization:
    • PHP methods have been applied to suitably sanitize input variables ($_POST/$_GET) as appropriate.
  • The download process is enhanced to reject unbounded paths, file names, and directory traversal attempts.
  • The PM Upgrade button is removed.
  • Session Monitor – The sessionMonitor function is introduced to improve the UI experience for terminated sessions. The sessionMonitor function redirects terminated sessions to the index.

Issues Resolved for Release 04.00.07R000

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The following are the Issues Resolved in this release:

Issue ID

Sev

Category/Feature

Problem Description

Resolution Information

 

GSX-50833

3

SIP

When relay 202 Notify, GSX omits Contact header in message.

The code has been modified to fix the issue.

 

SBX-20651 

2

Standby

When SBC starts on Standby server, NTP on both Active and Standby servers goes down for a short period.

NTP is now only restarted when local management port comes UP.

 

SBX-22211

2

CLI/EMA

A closed CLI/EMA session did not fully abort resulting in the number of sessions allowed on SBC to be exceeded.

The code has been modified to fix this issue.

 

SBX-24970 

2

SIP

SBC to accommodate large sized PDUs.

The  ICM buffer size is increased to accommodate large sized PDUs.

 

SBX-25463 

2

Coredump

Scm Process coredumps when diversionHistoryInfoInterworking is enabled on the Egress TG IP signaling profile.

The code has been modified to ensure SBC accesses valid address while building the phone-context parameter for diversion.

 

SBX-25501 

3

SIP

SBC fails to include MethodType INVITE in Policy Request.

Call Control is modified to populate SIP message type for an incoming call and during a call transfer.

 

SBX-25724

2

Platform

Disconnect treatment does not work for play tone.

The Disconnect Treatment code has been fixed to activate the TNAPAD resources in the correct mode so that a tone can be played.

 

SBX-25733 

2

LSWU

Scm crashes during LSWU from 4.0 R000 to 4.1 R000

The redundancy sync mechanism for SIP Registrations has been fixed to handle the possibility of the standby going down during the sync operation.

 

SBX-25898

2

Synchronization

Policy databases on Active and Standby servers are out of sync.

The code has been modified to add the missing DB constraint.

 

SBX-26363

3

Management

Unable to get sonusHighAvailabilityPort statistics from SNMP due to non-functional MIB.

Since High Availability MIBs were previously excluded from SNMP access, modified code to allow access to these MIBs.

 

SBX-26964 

2

Coredump

SCM process coredumps triggering failover of standby unit.

The code has been modified to fix the following:

  1. Memory corruption caused due to higher number (beyond allowed limit of 10)  of contact headers in 3xx Redirection.
  2. Memory leak in clone message and Application layer for messages with PCFA header.
 

SBX-26988

3

EMA

Potential archives and test code found in EMA web root.

Appropriate sanity check is implemented to remove unused testing and archive files.

 

SBX-27176 

2

Coredump

Scm Process coredumps while running Codenomicon tests.

The code has been modified to fix this issue.

 

SBX-27565 

2

Redundancy

Synchronization of TLS session data to the Standby SBC may result in an SCM process core dump due to healthcheck timeout. This may also result in the exhaustion of system memory.

The software is enhanced to support synchronization of larger TLS sessions and provide better error logging.

For information on the revised TLS session data size, see Known limitations.

 

SBX-27572 

1

Multiple Failover

SBC switchover causes multiple failovers with processAbnormalTermination message.

The code has been modified to ensure NAPT entries are properly erased and duplicate inserts are avoided.

 

SBX-27593 

2

Call Processing

SBC fails to update correct session status when the interval between ACK and Re-INVITE is too short.

The code has been modified to update the Active Packet Service Profile (PSP) and enable SBC to send the correct Session Description Protocol (SDP).

 

SBX-27619

2

Call Control

Calls in SIP 3xx scenarios fail causing contacts to return multiple routes. This issue occurs if the previous routes return a NO_ROUTES_FOUND  cause code in the policy response.

Call control is modified not to check for the Egress SG, while populating the Called URI.

 

SBX-27624

2

LSWU

SAM process consumes 100% of CPU usage without any call loads after performing an LSWU from SBC v3.1.5.

The timeout value of sonusCallFailNoDspThresholdNumCallFailureInterval is changed from "0" to "300", allowing a 300 second interval for the timer to restart.

 

SBX-27673

2

Coredump

Scm Process coredumps while running a GW call that receives 3xx with multiple contacts, and transparency Via header turned ON.

The code has been modified to fix this issue.

 

SBX-27702

2

Coredump

Scm Process coredumps during TLS access performance load.

A memory corruption bug in the SIP processing code has been fixed.

 

SBX-27965

2

Call Drop

Taking port down resulted in active calls being dropped.

The code has been modified to resolve the race condition between NRS and Link Verification Manager (LVM).

 

SBX-27976

2

SIP

Calls fail as SBC sends messages to the backup SIP Server and not to the primary SIP server.

The SIP stack is modified to maintain the active peer address using the last successful request/response from the peer, if the resolvedDnsPrioritization flag is set to alwaysPrioritize. This ensures that the messages are sent to the Active server upon DNS resolution, resulting to multiple IP addresses of equal weight and priority.

 

SBX-28534 

2

Coredump

After failover due to Prs Process coredump, no new calls are established as the peers are blacklisted.

The code has been modified to blacklist endpoints correctly after switchover.

 

SBX-28606

2

SIP

The SCM process may coredump in some Precondition failure scenarios.

The software has been modified to prevent this issue

 

SBX-28626

2

CLI

Automation tests through CLI fail due to CLI login displaying prompt twice.

The internal function calls have been replaced to prevent double CLI prompts.

 

SBX-28633

1

Security

Update OS to pick up bash shellshock fix.

The OS is updated to pick up the the bash shellshock fix. Please refer to the article "Bash Vulnerability CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169" located on Latest Support News of the Support portal for details.

 

SBX-28690

3

EMA

The “Keep Alive Timer” value does not change regardless of the value configured.

The code has been modified to fix this issue.

 

SBX-28692

2

Security

Security enhancements for SBC - Platform Manager and EMA.

SBC is updated with relevant security enhancements to address EMA and PM security issues. For more information, see Security Enhancements.

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The following known limitation exists in this release:

Problem DescriptionImpact/Workaround

Synchronization of TLS session data to the Standby SBC may result in an SCM process core dump due to healthcheck timeout.

Impact: SCM process core dump and exhaustion of system memory.

Workaround: The system now supports a maximum TLS session data size of approximately 15.5kb to address this issue. If the TLS session data does not synchronize or mirror to the Standby SBC, on switchover, calls may require a renegotiation of security information.

LSWU fails if Lawful Intercept (LI) is enabled during the upgrade process.

Impact: Call/registration data does not synchronize causing the upgrade to fail. SBC must be rebooted to force it to revert back.

Workaround: Disable LI prior to performing LSWU, and then re-enable it once the upgrade successfully completes.

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Prior SBC 5000 Series Software/Firmware Versions

SBC Release

BMC

BIOS

ConnexIP OS

SonusDB

V02.00.06-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-R000
V02.00.06-R001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-R001
V02.00.06-R002V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-R002
V02.00.06-F001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F001
V02.00.06-F002V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F002
V02.00.06-F003V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F003
V02.00.06-F004V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F004
V02.00.06-F005V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F005
V02.00.06-F006V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F006
V02.00.06-F007V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.06-F007
V02.00.07-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.07-R000
V02.00.07-F001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.07-F001
V02.00.07-F002V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.07-F002
V02.00.07-F003V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.07-F003
V02.00.08-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.08-R000
V02.00.08-F001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.08-F001
V02.00.08-F002V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.08-F002
V02.00.09-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.09-R000
V02.00.09-F001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.09-F001
V02.00.10-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.10-R000
V02.00.10-R001V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.10-R001
V02.00.11-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.11-R000
V02.00.12-R000V01.14.00-R000V01.06.03-R000V01.07.05-R000V02.00.12-R000
V03.00.00-R000V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.00-R000V03.00.00-R000
V03.00.01-R000V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.01-R000V03.00.01-R000
V03.00.01-R001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.01-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.01-F001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.01-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-R000V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-R001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-F001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-F002V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-F003V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.02-F004V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.02-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.03-R000V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.03-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.03-R001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.03-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.03-R002V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.04-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-R000V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.04-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F001V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F002V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F003V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F004V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F005V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
V03.00.04-F006V02.01.07-R000V02.00.00-R000V01.08.05-R000V01.02.00-R000
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V03.01.01-R000V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.00-R007V01.02.00-R000
V03.01.01-R001V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.01-R007V01.02.00-R000
V03.01.01-F001V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.01-R008V01.02.00-R000
V03.01.01-F002V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.01-R008V01.02.00-R000
V03.01.02-R000V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.01-R010V01.02.00-R000
V03.01.02-R001V02.04.01-R000V02.01.02-R000V02.00.01-R010V01.02.00-R000
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