[High] Up2Date 3.203

Networkup2date

Urgency: HIGH (low, Middle, HIGH)
Size: 10 MB (11459428 bytes)
md5sum: 588e53778d9f7b474d12f499c102dfba

Urgency: HIGH (low, Middle, HIGH)
Size: 10 MB (11459428 bytes)
md5sum: 588e53778d9f7b474d12f499c102dfba

Remarks

  • Required previous version is 3.202
  • Existing configuration will not be changed. (exception: SelfMonitor settings changed in /etc/wfe/conf/selfmonitoring)
  • Selfmonitor will be restarted.
  • Active IP and VPN connections will be restarted.
  • Remote SSH connections will be lost.
  • WebAdmin will be restarted – connection will be lost during the Up2Date.
  • This Up2Date includes a new Intel e100 NIC driver, you have to reboot the firewall to use the new one.

New/Changed/Improved

  • Compaq Smart-2/P Raid Controller will now be recognized during install
  • Improved performance while Logfile rotation

Bugfix

(please refer to the known issue list on http://docs.astaro.org)
ID108 o 3.200 IPSec X509 Remote Key: missing CN field, format problems
ID126 o 3.200 DHCP client does not work in i586 and similar CPUs
ID147 o 3.200 Interfaces with names starting with numbers do not work
ID157 o 3.200 Importing 2.xx backups: short service names
ID164 o 3.200 Whitespace in entered license key makes it invalid
ID195 o 3.200 Firewall contacts root nameservers if forwarders are unreachable
ID201 o 3.200 Compaq Integrated NetFlex-3/P NIC not detected upon installation
ID206 o 3.200 Downloading PKCS#12 certificates may produce 0-byte files
ID207 o 3.200 CA management: deleting signing CA leaves used index.txt file
ID241 o 3.200 Error restarting SMTP proxy after pattern update
ID263 o 3.200 Charset definition not in WebAdmin HTTP headers
ID265 o 3.200 OpenSSL vulnerablities (CAN-2002-0656 CAN-2002-0657 CAN-2002-065
ID266 o 3.200 OpenSSL vulnerablities (CAN-2002-0656 CAN-2002-0657 CAN-2002-065
ID267 o 3.200 OpenSSL vulnerablities (CAN-2002-0656 CAN-2002-0657 CAN-2002-065
ID268 o 3.200 OpenSSL vulnerablities (CAN-2002-0656 CAN-2002-0657 CAN-2002-065

Download Information

All Up2Dates are GNUPG-signed! The Astaro Up2Date technology makes it easy to upgrade your installed Astaro Security Linux to the latest version. There are three ways to apply an Up2Date package to the system:

  1. Log on to WebAdmin, navigate to "System -> Up2Date Service" and start a "Update now" in "System Up2Date. An extra browser window will show the progress of the Up2Date process and the System Administrator will receive a notification email once the Up2Date process has finished successfully.
  2. Log on to WebAdmin, navigate to "System -> Up2Date Service" and enable "Prefetch Up2dates". The System Administrator will receive a Notification email after an Up2Date package has been succesfully fetched and can install the Up2Date by clicking "[install]" on the now available menu item "Unapplied Up2Dates". An extra browser window will show the progress of the Up2Date installation and the System administrator will receive a notification email once the Up2Date process has finished successfully.
  3. Download the Up2Date package from our HTTP or FTP Server:
    HTTP: Astaro Australian Mirror Japanese Mirror
    FTP: Astaro Australian Mirror Japanese Mirror
    Log on to WebAdmin, navigate to "System -> Up2Date Service", start "Import from file" and import the downloaded Up2Date package. After a successful upload click "[install]" on the now available menu item "Unapplied Up2Dates". An extra browser window will show the progress of the Up2Date installation and the System Administrator will receive a notification email once the Up2Date process has finished successfully.

To install Astaro Security Linux, you need the installation ISO image, available on our download page.

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