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NetScaler SD-WAN 10.0.5 Release Notes

This release note describes known issues, and fixed issues applicable to the SD-WAN software release 10.0 version 5 for the SD-WAN Standard Edition, WANOP, and Enterprise Edition appliances, and SD-WAN Center.

For information about the previous release versions, see the NetScaler SD-WAN documentation.

Fixed issues

SDWANHELP-501 (SR# SR78262688): Unable to export or audit SD-WAN configuration after configuring GRE tunnels on an SD-WAN appliance using release 10.0 version 2.

SDWANHELP-509 (SR# SR78343050): On a 5100-SE platform, staging a previously working configuration fails after an upgrade to the latest release version and the routing information cannot be obtained.

SDWANHELP-512 (SR# 78314443): In release 10.0 version 4, when main registry updates such as, adding, deleting, or renaming WAN link occur, there is a downtime of 15 seconds to 40 seconds for the virtual path routing protocol to converge between the SD-WAN deployed sites.

SDWANHELP-525 (SR# 78349316): The reported bandwidth utilization is higher than permitted bandwidth, even if there are no upgrades or changes to the installed software packages.

SDWANHELP-537 (SR# 78411542): In release 10.0 version 4, emails alerts are not reported in the SD-WAN Center for WAN link status.

SDWANHELP-538 (SR# 78238619): In release 10.0 version 3, after removing custom app stats object for a configuration update, the SD-WAN service stops, and restarts.

SDWANHELP-544 (SR# 78412128): The IPsec tunnel configuration fails for one site after a new software configuration package is staged.

SDWANHELP-549 (SR# 78343050): In release 10.0 version 2, the routes set with path eligibility are retained as the path state after a main registry update occurs, without associating the current active path state causing routing issues.

SDWANHELP-550: In release 10.0 version 4, the Ping output for user-initiated ping displays responses for auto-generated pings.

SDWANHELP-553 (SR# 78428386): In release 10.0 version 3, the active appliance transmits only the most optimal OSPF routes for deletion or addition causing active and standby route tables to differ.

SDWANHELP-560 (SR# 78383304): The SD-WAN appliance requires a reboot to access internet and applications because configuration update is unaware of non-existence of thread and waits for it to respond. Threads exit when binding to an IP address during initialization.

SDWANHELP-566 (SR# 78409673): In release 10.0 version 4, relayed DHCP packets are redirected or not transmitted, if packets from DHCP relay servers send packets using the client DHCP source port. This can occur even when not using the broadcast IP address.

NSSDW-14516: In a high availability pair, both the local and peer SD-WAN appliances are in standby mode for up to two minutes because of fluctuating network changes or configuration updates which interrupt communication with the high availability peers or external IP addresses.

Security hot fix: SDWANHELP-146: The clientIP function in CakePHP 3.2.4 and earlier version allows remote attackers to spoof the IP address through the CLIENT-IP HTTP header.

Known issues

SDWANHELP-520 (SR# 78300015): In release 10.0 version 3, the SD-WAN appliance might crash due to invalid memory reference. The health monitoring process restarts the failed SD-WAN service automatically.

SDWANHELP-492 (SR# 78299231): In release 10.0 version 3, if an STS is generated at peak traffic and high system usage conditions, the SD-WAN service stops and restarts because of thread starvation.

SDWANHELP-570 (SR# 78461299): In release 10.0 version 3, the MPLS Queue percent value changes when you configure it from the Basic tab on the SD-WAN appliance GUI Configuration Editor.

NetScaler SD-WAN 10.0.5 Release Notes

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