IP Fabric v4.4
4.4.3+2 (27th May 2022)
SHA256: e3814056b5a7d6bb9486d9875959b6c40308c280cb5bb42a7d708b49a1530a7c MD5: 7982c0f0a268b3a743072014e06d1549
- Graph cache – was not cleared after snapshot unload, could cause extensive memory consumption and impact platform stability
- Discovery – Already discovered device IP addresses were added to discovery process. We fixed this inefficiency
- Cisco Viptela – fix label mapping for OMP routes
- Reports / Site low level design – EoL dates in table fix
- Juniper JunOS – fixed parsing of deactivated security policies
4.4.2+1 (3rd May 2022)
- Juniper Mist – API connection now uses a system proxy.
- Cisco – VSS table – fixed missing switches with legacy VSS
- Cisco – fix inventory parsing of PID values (power supply, transceivers, device id,…)
- Fortinet FortiGate – fixed discovery of device with pre/post login banner enabled
4.4.1+1 (13th April 2022)
OVA MD5SUM: 0CFD220F2D4BE5AB71D8D33E382C624E OVA SHA256SUM: 68055EE2884256F2C7BC7AAE0C2C525C7E4779651FB404BC38EAFF76775A66D2
If you have already successfully upgraded to 4.4.0, you do not need to apply this release.
- We had a bug in data migration that caused a
unique constraint violatederror.
4.4.0+6 (11th April 2022)
Breaking change – How is
sn created for virtual contexts
We needed to unify the way how is the device
sn (Serial Number)
constructed for devices with virtual context. Following vendors are
affected with the change:
- Cisco ASA with virtual contexts - Cisco WLC with system access point - Cisco NX-OS with VDC - FortiGate with VDOM
In 4.4.0 we are migrating device attributes that are necessary for manual site separation but we are not able to migrate snapshots from the older versions. Therefore sites in the older snapshots can be wrong if manual site separation was used. Also, if you compare a snapshot in a version higher or equal to 4.4.0 with a snapshot in a lower version than 4.4.0 that includes affected devices then you might encounter false-positive changes in the snapshot comparison.
Changes in licensing model
Please note the changes in licensing model. Devices discovered via APIs are going to consume license similarly to the physical devices (except Access Points). You can find more information at the dedicated licensing page.
Changes in Configuration Table since v4.4.0
The following column names were changed
["_id", "lastChange", "lastCheck"] to
["id", "lastChangeAt", "lastCheckAt"].
snapshot ID in the POST was also removed from the
New Vendor Support
- Added support for Cisco Viptela cEdge
- Added support for Juniper Mist
- Added support for Ruckus Virtual Smartzone
Features – Protocol and technology support
- HP ArubaCX – added support for AAA.
- HP ArubaCX – added parsing for SNMP configuration.
- HP ArubaCX – Added parsing VXLAN info.
- Extreme XOS – Add support for AAA.
- Cisco Viptela – added cEdge support. If cEdge is discovered via cli, discovery ends and notify, that API discovery should be used.
- Cisco – Added information about device licenses. Tables located at Technology / Management / License.
- Added data for Virtual Machines deployed in the network (AWS, Azure, VMware). Tables are located at Technology / Cloud.
- Add additional interface counters to most of the vendors. Table are located at Technology / Interfaces / Counters.
- Add new table ACL global policies located at Technology / Security / ACL / Global ACL policies.
- The discovery process for vendors processed via API can get stuck – fixed.
- VLAN L3 gateway table – Access points are removed as they produce false-positive gateways.
- Routing protocols destination interface fix – path lookup multicast routing was broken because of this.
- The data from global tables are available also when running snapshot is selected.
- Snapshot attributes are now copied when a snapshot is cloned.
- Loading a snapshot could sometimes cause an
Unexpected end of JSON inputerror and then the snapshot will get corrupted. The root cause has been fixed.
- Arista EOS – Fixed false positive error emitting from
show interfaces vxlan 1.
- Azure – fixed mapping of network interfaces without MAC address.
- Brocade FastIron – Improved parsing hostname from prompt.
- Cisco – fixed host table for devices reachable with LISP.
- Cisco – fixed parsing of PIDs containing plus symbol in command
- Cisco FTD –
commands/cisco/routingTable– fixed parsing for null summarized routes.
- Cisco IOS – removed text
, wildcard bitsfrom texts in standard ACL.
- Cisco IOS-XE – fixed parsing of rebuild version.
- Cisco IOS-XE – fixed parsing of power supply and fans on Catalyst 9200/9300/9500.
- Cisco IOS/IOS-XE – Fix transport protocol (telnet) detection.
- Cisco NX-OS – fixed matching of MAC Addresses interface reference (fabric path) to real interface.
- Cisco NX-OS – add parsing of port-channel interfaces without members.
- Cisco Meraki, Juniper Mist, Ruckus – fixed device’s type detection to ensure wireless APs are detected properly.
- Extreme XOS – fixed parsing of l2Interfaces of missing interfaces.
- Fortinet FortiGate – fixed executing of cmd
get system password-policyon VDOM enabled firewalls.
- Fortinet FortiGate – Fixed missing FQDN in firewall policies unless configured in lower case.
- Fortinet FortiGate – fixed parsing of
get router info ospf nei detailfor NSSA cases.
- HP Aruba switch – added parsing of port information.
- HP ArubaCX – fixed parsing of IGMP query interval.
- HP Comware – fixed parsing of
display lldp neighbor-information verbose
- HP Comware – fixed parsing of
display stp region-configurationin case vlans list is on multiple lines.
- Juniper JunOS – access-internal routes were removed from routing table.
- Palo Alto – fixed parsing of empty applications/services in security rules.
- Palo Alto – fixed parsing of
show high-availability statefor suspended state.
- Versa VOS –
commands/versa/_vos/vnms/dashboard/appliance/sdWanSites– fixed mapping for unsupported IPv6 links.
- Versa VOS – VRRP – Allow virtual IP for instances in
- VMware – NSX-T – fixed discovery for T0/T1 routers.