This vulnerability affects Cisco 2700 Series Wireless Location
Appliances shipped with versions prior to 188.8.131.52.
The version of software on the Wireless Location Appliance can be
determined in one of three ways.
From the command line the version can be determined with the
getserverinfo command. The version is contained in
the first five lines of output which will look similar to the following output
from a device running version 184.108.40.206:
Product name: Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
Another way to get the version from the command line is to view the
file /opt/locserver/conf/version.txt. For a WLA running version 220.127.116.11, the
contents of that file should be similar to:
[root@locserv /]# cat /opt/locserver/conf/version.txt
#Tue Jan 31 11:08:35 PST 2006
product.name=Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
The version is simply obtained by assembling the numbers beginning
with the "major.number" followed by "minor.number", "build.number" and
"patch.number" in that order with each number separated by a period.
Lastly, the version may be obtained via the web interface on a Cisco
Wireless Control System (WCS) for any Location Appliances which are configured
on it. Browsing to the "Locations" tab and clicking on "Location Servers" in
the resulting menu will give a list of Location Appliances with their
corresponding versions under the "Versions" column.
No other Cisco products are currently known to be affected by these