Enhancements and Resolved Issues in Fireware 12.1.3
Release Notes 7
Proxies and Services
lThis release reduces load on the Firebox processor caused by excessive proxy log messages.[FBX-
10691]
lThe HTTP proxy no longer fails to get the MD5 hash during a file upload when the file exceeds the
Gateway AV scan limit.[FBX-11577]
lThis release improves IPS and Application Control scanning when Content inspection is enabled on
T15, T30 and XTM330 platforms.[FBX-11354]
lIMAP proxy connection count is now correctly reported in Proxy Connection Statistics for connections
handled by the TCP-UDP proxy. [FBX-10586]
lThis release resolves an issue that caused some websites to fail to load in the Chrome browser for
connections through the HTTPS proxy with TCP MTU probing enabled. [FBX-11280]
lA FireCluster member without a DNSWatch license will now correctly register to the DNSWatch
service when it becomes Master. [FBX-10180]
lThis release resolves an issue that prevented HostWatch from correctly displaying data related to SIP
and H323 proxies. [FBX-10238]
lThis release includes several improvements in Proxy memory usage. [FBX-11465, FBX-9256, FBX-
10886]
lThis release resolves a memory leak that occurred when the IMAP proxy was enabled. [FBX-11255]
lThis release resolves an issue that prevented mail from downloading through the IMAP proxy with log
messages that included: “fail to parse fetch argument list”. [FBX-10782]
lThe status of Content Inspection is now included in IMAP proxy log messages when viewed from the
Fireware Web UI.[FBX-10822]
lLog messages generated by the IMAP Proxy now include the TLS Profile name configured in the proxy.
[FBX-10125]
Wireless
lGateway Wireless Controller updates of AP420 and AP325 no longer fail because of an AP reboot during
the upgrade process. [FBX-11081]
lThis release resolves an issue that caused the Firebox T35-W model to crash when wireless is enabled.
[FBX-9760]
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