Enhancements and Resolved Issues in Fireware v11.10
Release Notes 19
VPN
lVPN diagnostic messages now appear below the branch office VPN gateway in WatchGuard System
Manager, Firebox System Manager, and in the VPN Statistics page in the Fireware Web UI. The VPN
diagnostic messages include information about why a VPN tunnel failed, and suggest an action to take
to resolve the error. [81287]
lThe VPN Diagnostic Report now shows the address pairs configured for the tunnel. [79705]
lThe VPN Diagnostic Report now shows the policy checker results for policies that apply to each tunnel
route. [81575]
lThe VPN Diagnostic report now performs more checks to identify the most common VPN issues and
includes a new Conclusion section that summarizes errors and suggests actions to take to resolve the
error. The VPN Diagnostic report is also available in the VPN Statistics page in the Fireware Web UI.
[81286]
lMobile VPN with SSL clients for Mac and OS X now use OpenVPN 2.3.6. [83352]
lTraffic through a Branch Office VPN no longer fails after a tunnel rekey in some networks. [82440]
lThis release resolves a crash with the IKED process that caused all IPSec VPN tunnels to renegotiate.
[83179]
lThis release resolves an issue that prevented large packets with the DF bit set to 1 from traversing
through a Virtual Interface tunnel. [82234]
lThis release resolves that caused the IKED process to crash and all BOVPN tunnels to fail. [83584]
lThis release resolves a crash in the oss-daemon that caused all Mobile VPN with SSL tunnels to
disconnect. [83885]
Wireless
lThe Gateway Wireless Controller can detect rogue AP devices operating on your wireless network. You
can enable rogue AP detection for each SSID, and view rogue AP devices in the Gateway Wireless
Controller wireless maps feature. [77186]
lYou can select multiple AP devices in the Gateway Wireless Controller dashboard page and Firebox
System Manager Gateway Wireless Controller monitor page and perform specific actions (reboot,
restart wireless, firmware upgrades) on multiple AP devices at the same time. [77815]
lIn the Gateway Wireless Controller configuration, you can activate SSIDs for specific time periods.
[71806]
lIn the Gateway Wireless Controller configuration, you can enable wireless traffic shaping for each
SSID. [71611]
lWhen you reboot an AP device, the configuration is automatically refreshed from the Gateway Wireless
Controller to make sure the AP device has the latest configuration. [71825]
lIn the Gateway Wireless Controller global settings, you can restart wireless services or reboot all of your
AP devices at scheduled times on a daily or weekly basis. [75225]
lYou can now view the signal strength of wireless clients in the Gateway Wireless Controller Dashboard
page and Firebox System Manger Gateway Wireless Controller monitor page. [81793]
lSeveral new events from the Gateway Wireless Controller are now tracked in the logs, including AP
device reboots, firmware upgrades, configuration updates, online/offline status, pairing status, and client
connection events. [79212]
lYou can now find access points that are not part of your network, and include only rogue access points
in the Foreign BSSIDs list. [77186]
lYou can review signal strength of connected wireless connections on the Wireless Clients tab in the
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