I can see that 4.2 is already available on Devnet
Is this like 4.2.0 with 4.2.1 coming later on?
If yes, when do we expect 4.2.1?
My customer is hitting a bug with 4.1.3, and it seems that the fix is coming in 4.2.1
The next release of NSO will be available on the NSO developers community a few days after official release. Khara will distribute a note on it as soon the posting is completed.
Is there any way to get an advanced release notes/bug fix list. We are facing many gui issues and hate to spend time openening TAC cases if 4.2.1 may fix them.
Is there any way to query current open/closed bugs against 4.2?
Good question but final release notes are produced after thorough regression testing. It will be a matter of a few days, please stay tuned.
By the way, 4.2.1 and the release notes (attached) are already on CCO. But not yet on Devnet.
It is a little bit confusing what is published where?
Our understanding till now:
Is that right?
Mohamed, thanks for the notification
Not sure why release notes are already public while no official release. I’ll follow-up.
Your assumptions are correct.
4.2.1 is officially released, and is available on cisco.com for paid-up customers.
> Devnet – for Cisco employee and certified partner
Correct, and it is also sometimes used to deliver NSO and NEDs to pre-sales customer prospects for POCs/evals
> Cisco.com – download section – NSO application for end customer
NSO server software and also NEDs for end customer with current service contract (SWSS or SSS)
> edelivery.cisco.com – NEDs for end customer
eDelivery ships the initial version of NSO server software and licensing documents, including links to NEDs on software.cisco.com
The other important link is the PUT tool (product upgrade tool) at software.cisco.com/upgrade, where NSO customers currently on 4.0.x and 4.1.x can go to upgrade to 4.2.x.
All of this should be explained in the FAQ http://nfvbu.cisco.com/groups/nfvbuproducts/products/nso/faq
Please let me know if it is not clear.(*)
(*) There is no doubt however that Cisco’s software delivery systems are too complex, but that is another issue…