Ixia Software Release Notes
IxOS 9.10
Build Number: 9.10.2000.11 (August 24, 2020)

About This Release

Welcome to IxOS 9.10 Release. All IxOS features and bug-fixes introduced in interim releases since IxOS 9.00 have been consolidated into this release.
Please see sections below for application and hardware compatibility, new features, resolved issues, and known issues.

Application Compatibility

The following application releases support IxOS 9.10:
Application IxOS 9.10
BPS 9.10
IxANVL Not Supported
IxLoad 9.10
IxNetwork 9.10
IxVM 9.10
Licensing 5.30
Metronome 2.1
Wireshark 1.8
In addition, current interoperability and compatibility coverage for IxOS 9.10 can also be retrieved using the on-line compatibility tool. Please contact Keysight for details.


Ixia Licensing

Any chassis which runs IxServer must have an IxOS license installed on it. IxOS 9.10 ships with Ixia Licensing 5.30, which is installed automatically along with IxOS Installation. Some of the key benefits of this new licensing system are: - Reduced the number of licensing services from 4 to 1 (Ixia nodedv3). - The list of TCP ports required for external connections has been reduced, specifically TCP port 4502 is no longer required. - Improved performance and memory usage.

Installing a License

Ixia Licensing 5.30 upgrades Ixia Licensing 5.20 and prior versions. Once upgraded, Ixia Licensing cannot be downgraded to previous versions. If upgrading from the Ixia Registration Utility (IRU) used in IxOS 8.00 and earlier releases, note that automatic license migration is no longer possible. Please contact Support to assist you with the upgrade and with license retrieval. For more information about the IxLicensing system, please refer to the "Ixia Licensing Management User Guide" provided with the Ixia software, or downloadable from the Ixia web site.

Installation Notes

Installation on XGS2-SD and XGS12-SD chassis

Starting from IxOS 8.40 EA, the XGS2-SD and XGS12-SD chassis can optionally be converted to run Native IxOS, for improved stability and performance. The conversion removes the Microsoft Windows Operating System, and replaces it with IxOS running natively on the chassis. Once complete the chassis are effectively converted to XGS2-SDL and XGS12-SDL. For more information, including the conversion process procedure, please read the Converting_XGS_SD_to_Native_IxOS.pdf document available on IxOS Downloads And Update page. Starting from IxOS 9.00, XGS2-SD and XGS12-SD chassis can optionally be converted to run Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, which allows the installation of the latest security and stability updates from Microsoft. For more information, including the conversion process, please read the Windows 10 Upgrade Guide and the Windows 10 Datasheet. Requires the purchase of IXIA IXOS AND WINDOWS 10 FIELD UPGRADE 943-0014.

Installation on PSOne, XGS2-HS and XGS12-HS chassis

Starting from IxOS 9.00, IxOS installation is no longer supported on the PSOne, XGS2-HS and XGS12-HS chassis with Windows OS. To install IxOS and compatible Ixia Applications on these platforms, the management operating system must first be converted to Native IxOS 8.50 EA. The conversion procedure is described in Converting_XGS_and_PSOne_to_Native_IxOS.pdf, which can be downloaded from IxOS 8.50 EA Downloads And Update page. NOTE: -For security reasons, we recommend changing the default passwords for chassis.

Installation Requirements On Windows

IxOS 9.10 installation requires 13 GB of free space on chassis' system drive and 5.5 GB of free space on client's system drive. IxExplorer 9.10 installation requires 2.5 GB of free space on client's system drive. NOTE: - IxOS installer automatically installs a Microsoft Hotfix 2921916 (if not already installed) for an issue due to which "Untrusted publisher" dialog would appear when installing IxOS on Windows 7.

Operating System Support

Windows Client PC: - Windows 2008 Server 64-bit - Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit (Build 7601) - Windows 7 Professional 32-bit (Build 7601) - Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601) - Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (Build 7601) - Windows 2012 Server Standard R2 64-bit - Windows 8.1 Enterprise 32-bit and 64-bit (Build 9600) - Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Build 1903) The following versions of Windows operating systems are no longer supported on the client: - Windows Vista Enterprise SP2 32-bit and 64-bit - starting with IxOS 8.21 EA - Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3 - starting with IxOS 8.30 EA UNIX Client PC: - Fedora Core 14.0 and above - RedHat Enterprise 5.0 and above - Centos 6.0 and above - Ubuntu 16.0 and above Other versions of UNIX platforms may operate properly, but are not officially supported. VMware - Server 1.0.2 - Server 2.0 Windows Chassis - Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Build 1903) - Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit NOTE: IxOS is no longer supported on a Windows XP Professional Chassis, starting with IxOS 9.00. Languages supported are English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), French, German Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Swedish.

Supported Chassis

This release supports the following chassis: - XGS12-SD Windows 10 and Windows 7 - XGS2-SD Windows 10 and Windows 7 - XGS12-SDL - XGS2-SDL - XGS12-HSL - XGS2-HSL - XM2 - 400Tv2 - AresONE - Novus ONE PLUS - Novus ONE - PerfectStorm One

Installation Features

The IxOS installation program offers the user a selection of five installation options: Client, Server, Demo Server, Tcl Server, and Hardware Manager. The Server option is normally chosen for installation on Ixia chassis. The Demo Server option should NOT be chosen for chassis installations: it is used for client installations.

IxServer on Windows Chassis

In IxOS 9.00 High Performance Mode was introduced to the Windows chassis as an option, with the alternative to revert to Legacy Mode to support a wider range of load modules. Besides significantly improving performance in multi-user test beds, High Performance Mode also enables chassis STAR or Metronome synchronization capability between Native IxOS and Windows Chassis. With 9.10, only High Performance Mode exists, and it has been enhanced to support the wider range of load modules. The Native IxOS chassis has always supported High Performance mode. Startup Configuration Options There are three options offered for configuring IxOS server startup: 1. Service: A Windows Service for IxServer (or TCL Server) will be created which can be started/stopped from Windows Service Control Manager. Desktop Shortcuts and IxServer User Interface are not available. Any configuration of IxServer or TCL Server requires user to stop the service, manually invoke server from Start Menu shortcuts, close the server and restart service. 2. Startup: IxServer starts when user logs on to the chassis or when it is rebooted. 3. Manual: IxServer or TCL Server can only be started or stopped manually from Desktop or Start Menu shortcuts. NOTE: - Telnet connectivity is unavailable when TCL Server is configured to run as a service. - Demo Server is configured to operate manually even if service option is selected.

Tcl Version Option

IxOS 9.10 is shipping with Tcl 8.5 and 8.6. Both of them will be installed and the option of using either of the version can be set for usage as follows: 1. On Windows Chassis, open TCL Server and select appropriate TCL version from options. 2. On Windows Client, select appropriate TCL version from Desktop or Start Menu shortcut. 3. On Native IxOS Chassis, login to IxOS CLI using SSH and execute: set tcl active-version 8.x 4. On Unix Client, execute a script inside installed directory: ./bin/set_tcl_active_version.sh 8.x

Chassis Management Console

Chassis Management Console (CMC) is a web application that provides access to Ixia Native IxOS Chassis and its components (i.e. load modules and ports) and enables users to control and monitor the chassis by means of any client computer connected to it. CMC is supported on following browsers:
Application Version
Google Chrome 75 or newer
Mozilla Firefox 67 or newer
Microsoft Edge 38 or newer
Apple Safari 12.1.1 or newer

UNIX Client Installation Notes

Using .bin Installer: This installs packages for IxOS TCL API and Ixia TCL Interpreter. If you are updating an existing installation, be sure to run the installer as the same user who initially installed the software. Always run the uninstaller prior to removing any files manually. If installing as the root user and install location is a network-mounted file system, ensure the root user has write permission to the file system. To proceed with installation, perform following steps (Note: the binary file name 'IxOS9.10.XXX.XXXLinux.bin' is used in the example below. In most cases, the file name will be different): 1. Copy the IxOS9.10.XXX.XXXLinux.bin file to the system. 2. Make the binary executable if it is not already: chmod +x ./IxOS9.10.XXX.XXXLinux.bin Also, make sure target installation directory has full permissions granted. 3. Execute the IxOS installer file: ./IxOS9.10.XXX.XXXLinux.bin 4. When the installer prompts, select appropriate Tcl version (e.g. 8.5 or 8.6) 5. Follow the installation prompts to complete the installation. If the installation fails, check that there is enough disk space on the system by using the command: df -ak There must be enough space in the /tmp folder (to extract the files), and in the target folder (where files are to be installed). If the /tmp dir does not have enough space, specify the dir by setting IATEMPDIR environment with path to the folder where you have enough free space. The following example show the use of the options: export IATEMPDIR=/tempdir ./IxOS9.10.XXX.XXXLinux.bin Using .tar.gz: This installs packages for IxOS TCL API only. To install, perform the following steps: 1. Create a destination folder and extract contents of .tar.gz file into it. e.g. /export/home/ixos9.10 2. After extraction, set the following variables (please replace sample path with original path): IXIA_HOME=/export/home/ixos9.10 IXIA_VERSION=9.10.XXX.XXX TCLLIBPATH=/export/home/ixos9.10/lib 3. Optionally, specify the following environment variables to specify the location of logs, samples and results files for IxOS: IXIA_LOGS_DIR=$IXIA_HOME/logs IXIA_RESULTS_DIR=$IXIA_HOME/results IXIA_SAMPLES=$IXIA_HOME/samples IXIA_TCL_DIR=$IXIA_HOME/lib 4. If the Tcl option was installed with an IxOS installation, add Ixia's bin and lib directory to the PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable in order to use it. For example: IxiaLibPath=$IXIA_HOME/lib IxiaBinPath=$IXIA_HOME/bin PATH=$IxiaBinPath:$PATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$IxiaLibPath:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

Multiple IxOS versions

Multiple IxOS versions can co-exist on an Ixia Chassis or client. Installing another IxOS version does not affect the existing versions. On Windows Chassis, to set active IxOS version, users are required to close any running instance of IxServer or TCL Server and start the intended IxServer version from Start Menu or Desktop Shortcuts. On Native IxOS Chassis, users can login to IxOS CLI via SSH and set active IxOS version using the command: set ixos active-version 8.x.x.x NOTE: Any card, port, stream, etc., files generated by IxOS are forward compatible but not backward compatible.

Tcl/Tk Support for Client Applications

Tcl Server was first supplied free of charge starting with IxOS 3.80 EA. 
Installation of this feature is optional; it should only be installed if 
required for specific application.
Installation and operation of the Tcl Server is required for IxChariot when 
running hardware performance pairs, for IxANVL when running VNIC (Virtual 
Network Interface Card) and for IxAuthenticate. The Tcl Server can be installed 
on either the Ixia chassis or a separate Windows workstation. 

The following limitations exist with respect to Wish and Tcl shell support:

   Tcl shell does not run on any version of Windows with Ixia software. Under
   Linux or Solaris, the Tcl shell runs on any version of Tcl greater than or 
   equal to 8.3.

How to Report Problems

Ixia Headquarters

+1 877 367 4942 - Toll-free North America
+1 818 871 1800 - Outside North America
+1.818.871.1805 - Fax


Global Support +1 818 595 2599


APAC Support +91 80 4939 6410


Australia +61-742434942


EMEA Support +40 21 301 5699


Greater China Region

+400 898 0598


Hong Kong +852-30084465


India Office +91 80 4939 6410


Japan Head Office +81 3 5326 1980


Korea Office +82 2 3461 0095


Singapore Office +65-6215-7700


Taiwan (local toll-free number) 00801856991


Additional Documentation

Please refer to our website at http://support.ixiacom.com/support-services/product-support/user-guides.

You will be required to provide a login and password to enter this section of 
the web site. If you do not have the username and password, please forward your 
request to support@ixiacom.com.

Field Notices

Laser Warnings

The 10G load modules may use a Class III laser. Precautions should be taken to prevent personal injury. The spring-loaded safety cover should always be securely in place over the port when there is no cable installed. Avoid exposure and never look directly into an open port aperture.

Inserting / Removing Load Modules

Modules in the XGS12-SD, XGS12-HSL, XGS12-SDL, XGS2-SD, XGS2-HSL, XGS2-SDL, and XM2 can be inserted/removed while the chassis is still operational. For all chassis types, use caution when inserting or removing multi-slot modules to evenly insert and remove. Load modules are tightly spaced; avoid contacting the adjoining modules while inserting and removing.

Safety Notice Regarding Ixia Load Modules

WARNING: In order to prevent accidental injury to personnel, do not leave transceiver (SFP/SFP+/QSFP/QSFP28/CXP/CFP4) cages uncovered on Ixia load modules. When transceivers are not installed, port end caps (Part No. 503-006) must be used. The metal edge of the transceiver cage is SHARP. To avoid injury, ALWAYS keep the transceiver cage covered. Contact Ixia Technical Support to obtain end caps. Please reference Ixia Product safety notice Part No. 913-0715 Rev A, June 2009. For additional information refer to Chapter three of the IXOS Getting Started Guide under the section, Notes, Cautions and Warnings.

Use Ejector Tabs Properly

Ejector tabs on load modules are to be used only to eject a load module from the chassis backplane connector. They are not designed to support the weight of the load module. Ejector tabs can bend or break if used improperly as handles to push, pull, or carry a load module.

What's New in IxOS

IxOS 9.10 Features

AresONE 400GE QSFP-DD and OSFP Platforms
Ixia has added a new capability for Rx-side signal analysis that improves the ability to debug interoperability problems by measuring, graphing and providing Eye Histogram shape and statistics. This capability allows the user to compare received signals from the link partner on a per port and per lane basis. There are two modes of analysis, the ADC and the Slicer. The ADC signal analysis is built-into the AresONE platforms. The Slicer (i.e. Advanced Rx Eye Histogram Analysis Option) analysis is a purchased option. Both factory installed and a field upgrade options are available. 905-1067, Ixia, Advanced Rx Eye Histogram Analysis Option, FACTORY installed for AresONE QSFP-DD and OSFP models. 905-1068 Ixia, Advanced Rx Eye Histogram Analysis Option, FIELD UPGRADE for AresONE QSFP-DD and OSFP models. Both options are supported on these AresONE fixed chassis: AresONE QSFP-DD models; T400GD-8P-QDD (944-1170), T400GDR-8P-QDD (944-1171), T400GD-4P-QDD (944-1172), T400GDR-4P-QDD (944-1173) and T400GP-4P-QDD (944-1178); and AresONE OSFP models; AresONE T400GD-8P-OSFP (944-1174), AresONE T400GDR-8P-OSFP (944-1175), AresONE T400GD-4P-OSFP (944-1176) and AresONE T400GDR-4P-OSFP (944-1177).

Port, card or chassis level ownership can be cleared from CLI of Ixia Native IxOS chassis using the command clear ownership.
Ixia IxOS Hardware Chassis with Windows 10 Operating System can now be configured with static or dynamic IPv6 management address, enabling compatible Ixia Applications to function in IPv4-only, IPv6-only and Dual IPv4/IPv6 network.
IxServer minidumps can be collected from CLI of Ixia Native IxOS chassis using the command create ixServer minidump.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) on Ixia Native IxOS Chassis is disabled by default. It can be enabled from IxOS CLI. By default, SFTP is enabled and uses the same credentials.
High Performance Mode is now the default and only mode available on Windows chassis. Previous to IxOS 9.10, IxOS supported Standard and High Performance Mode. All supported Load Modules now support High Performance Mode enabling better IxOS performance. High Performance mode also allows Metronome and STAR synchronization systems to mix Windows and Native IxOS systems.
Support for Mandatory User Ownership is exposed now in Ixia Native IxOS Chassis and IxServer UI for Windows chassis.
Centos version on Ixia Native IxOS Chassis is upgraded to 7.7.
IxOS TCL Client Installer for Linux-based clients now includes ixtcl-native console (along with traditional ixtcl console) which can connect to Windows and Native IxOS Chassis directly, without needing an intermediate IxTCL Server, thus improving overall IxOS TCL Script execution time (as compared to traditional ixtcl console).

K400-QDD now applies optical tap settings to transceivers that advertise fiber support.

Novus100G Load Module now supports capture in all the 8 ports after enabling "Extended Capture Mode" option. This option is available only on the XGS-12 chassis. After it is turned on, it disables slots 1,2,11,12 of the chassis. This feature is supported on all the Novus100G variants and across all the speeds.

Support for DPDK Traffic Engine Mode Switch (CLI) has been enhanced. The commands now respect port ownership and are overridden by IxNetwork GUI / API settings.
Support for DPDK Traffic Engine Validation Errors has been enhanced. When the vCPU type / count requirements are not met errors are displayed across CLI / GUI / API.
Support for DPDK Traffic Engine Resource Utilization has been changed. First vPort per vCard now requires 4 vCPU / 4 GB RAM. Each additional vPort requires 2 vCPU.
Support for DPDK Traffic Engine On-The-Fly-Changes has been added. The user can Change Line Rate / Change Frame Size or Pause / Resume / Suspend running traffic.
Support for DPDK Traffic Engine Floating Timestamp Auto Instrumentation has been added. The user can now insert the timestamp in the Auto Instrumentation header.
Support for DPDK Traffic Engine UDF Chaining in L23 Flow Groups has been added. The user can now craft packet sequences with multiple complex header modifications.
Support for Mellanox ConnectX-5 100G / Mellanox ConnectX-6 200G running in PCI-PT / SR-IOV mode has been added. These NICs do not support DPDK Traffic Engine.
Support for Docker Containers Beta has been discontinued starting with this release. Existing customers can continue to use this feature with IxNetwork VE 9.00.
Support for VMware ESXi 5.x hypervisor / VMware vCenter 5.x orchestrator has been discontinued starting with this release. Versions 6.x and newer are supported.

Known Issues List

AresONE QSFP-DD Fixed Chassis

Bug Number Notes
1514803 IxExplorer client occasionally crashes when clearing PCS lane statistics.


Bug Number Notes
1530454 IxOS Native TCL Console requires UTF-8 encoding on client machine.
1531170 IxOS Tcl Native Console requires at least Linux Kernel version 3.2.0 on the client host machine.
1536101 TCL command 'info nameofexecutable' returns absolute path for underlying TCL interpreter used by IxOS PIT console instead of console launcher itself (the path for which can be found in IXIA_TCL_LAUNCHER environment variable)
1543906 IxOS TCL Native cannot be used with OS installed native tcl interpreter.


Bug Number Notes
1511215 In 100GE mode, K400 will send alignment markers formatted in four-lane PMD mode rather than the two-lane PMD mode specified in IEEE 802.3cd clause
1519048 Direct attach cables (DACs) with a non write-protected upper page 00 might get entries over-written unintentionally.
1520383 On the K400 CFP8 card, the laser on/off functionality cannot be controlled via the Tcl API.
1522593 In BERT mode, transceiver information is not updated when a different transceiver is inserted.
1522595 In BERT mode, the K400 CFP8 card is not able to perform a Simulate Cable Disconnect.


Bug Number Notes
1333256 Help is not available from IxServer tabs.
1524887 The 32 bit IxOS Platform Independent TCL binary installer is not supported on 64 bit machines. On 64-bit client machine, the 64 bit IxOS PIT installer should be used.


Bug Number Notes
1518086 When using Intel 7xx NICs in PCI-PT / SR-IOV mode the NIC drops bad frames (oversized / undersized / errors) and the corresponding statistics are incorrect.
1519450 When using the DPDK Traffic Engine the CPU Utilization is always 100% regardless of sending traffic or not. This is standard DPDK poll mode driver behavior.
1535164 When using the DPDK Traffic Engine and more than 4x Chained UDF fields the data generated inside the packets might be different than expected.
1538933 When using the Classic Traffic Engine the Custom Override IP / TCP / UDP Checksum function is not available. This is supported only for DPDK Traffic Engine.
1541002 When using IxNetwork-FT on Virtual Ports the [IpAddressTable] and [ipAddressTableItem] API parameters are not supported.

Resolved Defects List

AresONE QSFP-DD Fixed Chassis

Bug Number Notes
1517873 SR 859540 - "First Time Stamp" option should be removed from the Receive mode
1521058 SR 867839 - “Do not reset Value at stream load” option is not available inside the stream properties in IxExplorer
1525067 When an optical transceiver is detected, the advertised port type in IxExplorer does not get a fully qualified PMD name.
1528077 SR 880074 - Fixed duration traffic does not stop automatically in IxNetwork
1528855 SR 876444 - Hidden VLan Tag is not getting enabled in IxExplorer after sourcing the TCL script.
1541295 SR 898274 - ixNet webEdition - Capture on receive port shows payload with all 0s for traffic item with frame payload type = 'random' is configured.
1544112 SR 890496 - Ports go into hardware fault state when switching between speed modes multiple times
1544114 SR 888369 - Ports sometimes go into hardware fault state when switching between normal and Direct Configure Mode.

AresONE QSFP-DD and AresONE QSFP-DD High Performance fixed chassis

Bug Number Notes
1522735 Reading upper pages of a transceiver would sometimes return the results of lower page 0x00.
1526528 Laser On/Off did not consider optical muxing. User note after resolution: when using 100G lambda optics in 50GE mode, the laser control on either 50GE port will affect the laser output of both ports.

AresONE QSFP-DD fixed chassis

Bug Number Notes
1535757 SR 884278 - Ports are not able to transmit at 100% line rate when configured with Random frame size


Bug Number Notes
1519402 SR 858285 - Some port crashes while running long duration IxNetwork test with huge configuration.


Bug Number Notes
1531666 SR 869893 - IxNetwork sends corrupt traffic packets of random packet size after BGP session flap.


Bug Number Notes
1530433 SR 885601 - Some of the traffic items stats are not available intermittently.


Bug Number Notes
1539229 SR889050 - interface_config API configuration had corner case port crash in race condition for XMVDC


Bug Number Notes
1528833 SR 880359 -Logging and Alerts: Failing to generate IxExplorer logs when connected to a Linux chassis.


Bug Number Notes
1522118 SR 872176 - IxOS Tcl command pcsLaneErrorGroup is not supported and removed.
1523952 SR 870602 - The TCL command "txLane writeLaneList" does not write configuration to more than one PCS lane.
1525964 SR 871667 - Executing IxOS TCL command results in "error flushing file7: broken pipe" if the TCL connection to Native IxOS Chassis has been idle for too long.
1525966 SR 864016 - Tcl exit of any child process kills the parent process' connection to the server.
1536372 SR 892936 - Windows Tcl 8.5 and 8.6 console returns error and crashes respectively on connecting to a Linux Tcl Server after connecting to a Windows Tcl Server and Chassis.


Bug Number Notes
1508290 The CMIS 3.0 transceiver initialization was improved.
1523213 SR 873866 - IxServer reports hardware fault after false temperature reading.


Bug Number Notes
1516914 SR 783832 - Few firewalled ports on Appserver are blocked for IxOS.
1522407 SR 87330 - Wireshark capture fails in a clean client.
1523730 SR 783832 - Ixia Licensing Utility fails on clean Windows 7 machine after IxOS build installation.
1527341 SR 879543 - IxExplorer crashes for tcl command addOption ipV6OptionBindingRequest.
1528986 SR 872697 - Checksum error is seen when IPv6 fragmented streams is scriptgen and sourced in wish console.
1529951 SR 879120 - Failure message received in IxServer log while running specific IxNetwork tests.
1530516 SR 884876 - Port/Card crash is seen due to PCIe related errors
1544088 SR 867462 - IxServer Stops while changing Time Source from Chassis Properties option.
1544092 SR 890031 - Ixia Application selector does not displayed the Wireshark version.
1544100 SR 878677 - Occasionally Breaking Point System (BPS) application is not accessible via web browser
1544108 SR 894392 - Chassis Management Console Confirmation Code shows "N/A" after license deactivation.


Bug Number Notes
1544102 SR 866952 - On some cases memory leak is observed on ports while running automated scripts for 5 days continuously.
1544127 SR 881565 - Ports go into hardware fault state while running certain test configurations
1544129 SR 897444 - Port link does not comes up due to incorrect transceiver details getting read by the IxExplorer.


Bug Number Notes
1516032 SR 854987 - Frame rate is not getting correctly set using TCL API when configuring more than 16 streams.
1522758 SR 870686 - Packet Stream View is not updating the configured speed and hence traffic is getting generated with incorrect FPS rate.
1522919 SR 873533 - VLAN User Priority option under QoS is not getting configured in the receive mode of IxExplorer
1525583 SR 873574 - Few packet loss is seen while running a 64-byte traffic with certain scenarios.
1527278 SR 859915 - Port link is not coming up in 1GigE SGMII mode for A0 and A2 revisions of the Marvell 88Q2112 PHY
1537249 SR 894913 - Negotiate Master/Slave checkbox is not getting enabled in IxExplorer using IxOS TCL API
1537703 Incorrect checksum seen on configuring IP address with random mode
1538031 SR 895072 - Continuous Burst option is not working in Packet Scheduler mode
1538857 SR 895483 - Correct FPS rate is not getting configured for preamble size less than 8 bytes.
1542045 Values configured for Total Packets/Sec in IxExplorer front panel and Packets/Sec inside stream properties do not match for certain configurations.
1542056 On a port where capture is already started, capture does not restart automatically after stream write operation is performed on the port
1544111 SR 883449 - In rare cases, ports are going to Hardware fault.
1544410 Capture is not stopping on performing factory reset defaults on the port
1544919 Incorrect destination IP addresses are seen in capture on configuring IP address with Continuous Increment Host mode and certain Mask values.


Bug Number Notes
1516768 SR 857782 - Port link is not coming up on connecting 40GigE or 25GigE port to DUT using a Credo DAC with AutoNeg enabled FEC disabled.
1518816 SR 846166 - TCP/UDP checksum errors are seen when overriding IPv4 length of the packet
1524258 SR 870552 - Auto Negotiation signals do not comply with specifications.
1524379 SR 870154 - Valid frames are getting received when running traffic with incorrect Start Frame Delimiter(SFD) in both 10G and 25G speed.
1530431 SR 885753 - NOVUS100GE8Q28 card in slot 4 crashes after some time.
1533734 SR 889603 - Cards are not coming up in Windows 10 throwing I2C TEC error.
1538234 SR 896499 - OAM Check box got removed from stream properties of IxExplorer
1544735 SR 889641 - Link fault signals are not reported correctly for certain scenarios

Novus ONE PLUS 10/5/2.5/1/100M Fixed Chassis

Bug Number Notes
1529882 SR 879410 - Shutdown command reboots the chassis instead of shutting down.


Bug Number Notes
1520102 SR 865844 - In some cases invalid DHCP ranges were displayed in the Virtual Chassis CLI.
1537524 SR 893917 - Wish Console crashed when running the IxOS TCL API [captureBuffer export] command.
1544105 SR 893074 - IPv4 Checksum Override function was not working properly when configured via the IxOS TCL API.


Bug Number Notes
1544098 SR 899745 - In rare cases, IxServer crashes showing error "Ixia I/O Server (IxServer) has stopped working" and created a dump file.


Bug Number Notes
1531900 SR 880513 - IxServer shows bus errors intermittently.
1543728 SR 889881 - Ports go into hardware fault state when switching into 3x10G mode.