You have the features and fixes in this release when your appliance version is 9.9.0.x.
- Enterprise Selenium—Selenium, previously only available on global web monitors, is now available on the v35 on VMware and the r45.
- Bigger app library—FlowView’s application classification library has been updated to include over 100 new apps including Pokemon Go and TuneIn Radio; and other classification improvements including Netflix, Skype, and Snapchat.
- v35 enhancement—Enhancements have been made to to single-ended monitoring on the v35 to improve capacity measurements in virtual environments.
- IPsec—Appliances now support IPSec tunnel mode for delivery and experience monitoring. APM allows you to choose the method of connection, i.e., through standard interfaces or IPSec VPN, on a per path or web path basis.
|CS-5823||USB||Added additional comments to config yaml files to improve clarity, and usb configuration now stops and exits with error if more than one file named ‘usb-config.yaml’ exists on the usb.|
|CS-6891||Security||Updated the appliance’s debian repository snapshot to protect against CVE-2016-1252.|
|CS-7150||SSH||Replaced ssh algorithms and ciphers to protect against ssh vulnerabilities.|
|CS-7239||v35||After creation, the v35 on VMware is restarted automatically if necessary.|
|CS-7311||v35||Qualified v35 on KVM for CentOS/RHEL 7.x and Ubuntu 14.04 only.|
|PV-3323||PathView||Dual-ended paths now display the port ranges over which monitoring is performed.|