Version 4.5.1 bug fixes
Admin account passwords containing UTF-8 characters
Support references 81324 - 80974 - 82761 - 84322 - 84503
Whenever the password of the admin account contained UTF-8 characters (e.g., the € character), it could no longer be changed in the web administration interface. This regression, which first appeared in SNS version 4.1, has been fixed.
Time taken to list certificates protected by the TPM
Support reference 83999
It now takes much less time to list all the certificates protected by a TPM due to restricted access to the TPM while this operation is in progress.
Showing comments assigned to members of a group
Support reference 82069
Comments assigned to members of a group are now shown when the contents of the group are listed (by scrolling over the group or by using the command CONFIG OBJECT GROUP SHOW).
SSL certificate authentication
Support reference 80325
When SSL certificate authentication is deleted, the user’s connection to the firewall’s web administration interface or the authentication captive portal is no longer wrongly blocked.
Support reference 84316
An anomaly that occurred when the SSL proxy verified the trust chain has been fixed - access to Cisco Webex servers is no longer wrongly blocked.
Support reference 84203
When the monitoring data file is corrupted, monitoring services no longer freeze and a new monitoring data file is generated.
Disabling the parent interface of a VLAN
Support reference 81749
Whenever the parent interface of a VLAN was disabled, the firewall would wrongly send a GARP (Gratuitous ARP) packet with the IP address of the disabled interface as well as the legitimate GARP packet with the VLAN’s IP address. This anomaly has been fixed.
Handling excessively long pre-shared keys (PSK) with CLI/Serverd commands
Support reference 83626
Simplified error messages are now shown when handling (creating or modifying with CLI/Serverd commands) PSKs that are too long. Now only a single message appears: "PSK too long".
Storing logs on SD cards - SN160(W), SN210(W) and SN310 firewalls
Log storage devices can no longer be formatted while logs are still active.
Support reference 84250
Fragmented multicast packets arriving on the firewall are now correctly forwarded to all network interfaces involved in multicast routing.