ByteBlower Server 2.12 changelog
Posted by Vincent De Maertelaere, Last modified by Vincent De Maertelaere on 22 January 2021 08:41 AM
This page contains the changelog for version 2.12 of the ByteBlower. How to update your ByteBlower server is explained in following article:
- Adding more feedback to the user during initialization and validation operations. These can take a while.
- Fixed a bug that caused ICMP ping replies to sometimes be sent to the wrong destination. (Fixed for both IPv4 and IPv6.)
- The ByteBlower configurator did not save the fixed network configuration (1x00, 2x00, 3x00 and 4x00 series
- The ByteBlower configurator did not save the DNS configuration when configured statically (1x00, 2x00, 3x00, 4x00 series)
- The ByteBlower configurator did not apply the new DNS configuration when it was altered (1x00, 2x00, 3x00, 4x00 series)
- When the server could not determine whether an update is available, the system was not able to generate the message of the day. This caused a crash in the ByteBlower configurator. (5100 series only)
Wireless Endpoint support
- Testing was completed for iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur. The ByteBlower MeetingPoint will not mark these Wireless Endpoints as unsupported anymore
- The ByteBlower 5100 server can now also update from the console
- The ByteBlower configurator will warn on an invalid port configurations. Such configurations are mostly encountered during installation of the system.
- The ByteBlower configurator now also checks the port configuration against the Security license on the server. A warning is given in case of a mismatch, the ByteBlower Server software wouldn't run for such configs.
- Fixed an issue where the ByteBlower configurator did not start when using PTP as a time synchronisation source (2100 and 4100 series only)
- Fixed an issue where the ByteBlower configurator did not start when an invalid ByteBlower port configuration was set.
- The login banner (console/ssh) was never updated with the recent information (5100 only)
- The login banner (console/ssh) was always showing that the updates couldn't be retrieved (5100 only)
- The OS sometimes provisioned the traffic interfaces with an IP address, even when the configuration told not to. This is fixed (5100 only)
- The ByteBlower License now supports more than 255 ports on a trunking interface
- Performance improvement on stateful TCP testing when using IPv6 ports.
- Improved filtering performance for triggers with a BPF filter containing multiple payload content checks.
- An incorrect timezone configuration could crash the ByteBlower configurator
- On recent ByteBlower 1300 series servers, ARP failed on trunking interfaces
Warning: This release marks the ByteBlower 1200 server as end-of-life. The last version supporting this server is 2.11.8
- Added support for multiple trunking interfaces to the same ByteBlower switch. Please contact support if you're interested in this feature
- First version with support for the new 100Gbit/s ByteBlower server (ByteBlower 5100)
- Performance improvements
- Default value for the ReceiveWindow Scaling Value has been changed from 3 to 8
- Default value for the SlowStartThreshold has been changed from 65535 to 16776960
- MeetingPoint: Marking Ubuntu 20.04 as a supported version