4.4.21 to 4.4.22
See official release notes.
- Fixed commit error that was generated when multiple provisions were made of the same configuration.
- Fixed regression in local web UI introduced in 4.4.21.
- Fixed potential loop in signature fetching for IDS/IPS.
- Improved dnsmasq reloading, increased sacalability of hostfile-update feature.
- Fixed application of config changes on running system in source-validation/uRPF.
- Updated tzdata (time zones) to version 2018d.
- USG-XG-8 Only
- Interface speed is now sent to LCM (display).
4.4.18 to 4.4.21
See official release notes.
- Added back end port remapping in 5.8.x and newer controller versions.
- Fixed premature expiring of TCP connection states for long-lived idle connections.
- Made back end improvements to RADIUS server that remove character restrictions on passwords (‘ and ” now usable).
- IDS/IPS was upgraded to Suricata 4.0.4 which provides minor performance and back end improvements as well as some bug fixes.
- CPU utilization had increased in 4.4.18 for gathering statistics, mcad, and ubnt-util, brought back down to normal levels.
- Resolved a memory leak in mcad.
- Made back end improvements for dnsmasq, specifically DHCP server handling of hostnames of DHCP reservations.
- dnsmasq is no longer limited to /8, /16, and /24 networks.
- Disabled deprecated SSh ciphers.
- Removed “noccp” from xl2tpd configuration, there should be no reason to disable and some Windows L2TP clients require it.
- Removed offload scheduler due to performance degradations in some configurations which utilized rate limiting user groups.
- Fixed a hung connection issue with FTP by importing an FTP contrack fix, only occurred with unusual formatting of 227 message.
- Fixed use of external guest portal through USG.
- USG-XG-G Only
- Updated LCM firmware.
- Updated Bluetooth back end.
- Upgraded kernel version to resolve high/growing CU usage from migration processes.
- Allow disabling of autonegotiation on eth0 port.
I’ve updated all the pages on the hardware portion of the site. Please let me know if you see anything that should be further updated or expanded!
I’ve made a number of updates across the site, so browse around and see what has changed. A lot more updates are on their way as well. Let me know where you want additional info. and I’ll work on adding it!
A long time ago I abandoned DotNetNuke and began porting sites to Drupal, unfortunately, this ended up being a bit of a disaster (no, I’m not a Drupal fan) and sites like this one were ignored for quite some time. Finally, I got my act together and ported the sites yet again over to WordPress – and so here we are.
Times have changed since I first wrote this site and it is about time that it received some updates. The updates have already begun – but expect to see much more extensive updates over the next few weeks. I’ll keep you informed.
Its not a whole lot, but I’ve gone through and rewritten the development tools and productivity software pages. Take a look – I believe you’ll find the new info. useful. Let me know if there is anything else I should address!