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Barracuda Load Balancer ADC

Release Notes Version 6.0.0.008

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Before installing any firmware version, back up your configuration and read all release notes that apply to versions more recent than the one currently running on your system.

Do not manually reboot your system at any time during an update unless otherwise instructed by Barracuda Technical Support. Depending on your current firmware version and other system factors, updating can take up to 10 minutes. If the process takes longer, contact Barracuda Technical Support for further assistance.

Enhancement

  • The Barracuda Load Balancer ADC now supports the ActiveSync Login Method in the authorization policy. [BNADC-7340]

Fixes

  • Adding Allowed Users/Groups in the authorization policy resulted in a configuration rollback. [BNADC-7379]
  • The Server Health page is now optimized to handle very large configurations. [BNADC-7338]
  • Querying SNMP Object Identifiers (OIDs) now provides accurate statistics. [BNADC-7414] [BNADC-7546] [BNADC-7495]
  • An issue with CRL Auto Update has been fixed. [BNADC-7385]
  • Invalid SSL ticket/SSL handshake can now be successfully completed with a new SSL session ticket. [BNADC-7434]
  • An Issue with GSLB NS records for external domain has been fixed. [BNADC-7393]
  • Changing the Service Type from HTTPS to Instant SSL now creates a redirect service. [BNADC-7299]
  • IPv6 servers using upper case letters in the IP address can now be edited or deleted. [BNADC-7506]
  • There was an issue where Source IP To Connect was automatically populated value after upgrading to version 6.0.0.005. Now, you can explicitly configure Source IP To Connect after the upgrade. [BNADC-7431]
  • A memory leak due to SNMP requests has been fixed. [BNADC-5032]
  • The OpenSSL vulnerabilities mentioned in CVE-2016-2106 and CVE-2016-2107 have been addressed. [BNADC-7509]
  • In firmware version 6.0.0.005, processing HTTP traffic spiked the data path memory and caused the system to hang. [BNADC-7504]
  • The TLS server name extension is now sent properly when backend SNI is enabled for HTTPS services. [BNADC-7314]
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