Documentation forKiwi CatTools

Kiwi CatTools 3.11.4 Release Notes

Release date: September 6, 2018

These release notes describe the new features, improvements, and fixed issues in Kiwi CatTools 3.11.4 . They also provide information about upgrades and describe workarounds for known issues.

If you are looking for previous release notes for Kiwi CatTools, see Previous Version documentation.


New customer installation

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For information about installing Kiwi CatTools, see the Kiwi CatTools Installation Guide.

After installation, see the Kiwi CatTools Getting Started Guide for implementation and troubleshooting guidelines. The guide walks you through common configuration tasks to help you get up and running quickly.

How to upgrade

To upgrade from a previous version, see the Kiwi CatTools Upgrade Guide.


Fixed issues

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KCT 3.11.4 fixes the following issues.

Case Number Description
897671, 984082, 1042192, 1042118, 1176748, 897671 MAC address table report activity for Cisco 2911 routers now properly generates. Users no longer receive a client script error when running report.
1122091 Cisco IronPort devices now correctly backups device when running backup activity.
00043076, 00094276, 00137701 Device version report runs as expected on Cisco IOS XE Software, version 16.
00038935, 00052502, 1365782 Upgrading from Kiwi CatTools version 3.11.0 to version 3.11.1 no longer causes issues with "Send commands" to Cisco ASA.
00042635 The activity Device.Backup.Running Config performs as expected for Cisco ASA multi-context device configurations.
The activity Device.CLI.Modify Config now changes and saves configurations for HP.Switch.2500 devices and no longer requires rebooting of the device.
00123126 Packeteer Packetshaper script now able to successfully login using AAA authentication credentials.
00104170 MAC and ARP port info reports for Palo Alto devices now generates without returning errors.
00143080 The activity Report.MAC address table for Dell devices adds entries to the MAC address report correctly.
The activity Device.CLI.Send commands for device types Juniper.Netscreen.Firewall and Juniper.Firewall now performs correctly.

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