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Hello guys anyone downloaded this new firmware? How was it ? Any problems with this new firmware ?
the new firmware is supposed to fix quite a few issues found on 220.127.116.11. There are some known issues as you can see from the release notes (http://software.sonicwall.com/Firmware/Documentation/232-005208-00_RevA_SonicOS_18.104.22.168_ReleaseNotes.pdf)
So far based on multiple tests, issues regarding DPI-SSL and reboots/memory leaks have been resolved.
Of course with production environments and multiple different type of traffic patterns, new issues may occur and Support can definitely help fixing them :)
Thank you for the reply. i just want to make sure that everything is stable before applying it.
@ABarriga I usually recommend customers with critical environments to wait a few days before upgrading to a new release just so we know more about trending issues but this firmware addresses a lot of other issues so the upgrade should just do good.
Yup thats the plan. I will do it by the end of the week .
@ABarriga I wanted to update this thread to inform you about an issue that seems to be happening with the latest firmware (which introduces support for SonicWall switches) and Dell Switches. If you have Dell Switches, I'd recommend you to hold on to the upgrade.
I found a lot of problem with 22.214.171.124 & HA sync and DHCP... I hope this release will solve them! 🤞
Upgraded from 126.96.36.199 on a NSA 3600 to 188.8.131.52 and its broken more than i'd love it would fix, DPI-SSL is almost unusable now very slow loading websites, also every twelve hours it has been rebooting randomly, logged a call with support, couldn't identify the issues.
Has now come back with a comment regarding https://www.sonicwall.com/support/knowledge-base/sonicos-network-interface-connectivity-best-practices/200519124927843/ this article.
Thank you for the heads up. That is why I did not upgrade to a new firmware , yet.
I am having a terrible issue with SSL VPN in combination with the Android Mobile Connect app.
I have tested with four Android devices with Mobile connect versions 5.0.12 and 5.0.15, connecting to several TZ300 with 184.108.40.206.
Connection would establish but no traffic gets tunneled across the SSL VPN. i have no connection to any remote server behind the subnet and in the Monitor > Statistics I can see that nothing is sent across the tunnel. If I connect to another TZ with an older firmware everything works fine.
NetExtender in Windows 10 is also working well to TZ's with 220.127.116.11 that is why I thing the configuration is not the problem.
Can anyone reproduce this?
Hi @SurfingOnARocket ,
Sorry for the inconvience cause. The issue is already reported to the backend team and our Experts are looking into it.
The Issue reported is with Android/Chromebook Mobile Connect where the clients are unable to communicate over SSLVPN but the clients are sucessfully able to connect.
Please contact the support for further assistance
Technical Support Advisor, Premier Services