- Update for: m25, m35, m50, m70, r45, r90, r1000, v35, CMP, and macOS NMP
Update for: m25, m35, m50, m70, r45, r90, r1000, v35, CMP, and macOS NMP
Release notes for Enterprise Monitoring Point version 13.3.0.
- Experience Chromium 89—Experience monitoring now uses Chromium 89 to interact with the web applications that you target. Upgrading the integrated web browser ensures that AppNeta Monitoring Points stay up to date with performance and security improvements.
|MP-4385||Delivery||We fixed an issue where a network path could show lost connectivity to a target at the same time that traceroutes were indicating successful connectivity and monitoring data was being collected as normal.|
|MP-4502||Delivery||We fixed an issue where network paths could show as failed even though no alert thresholds were in violation.|
|MP-8794||Delivery||We fixed an issue where data jitter and capacity charts could show no data at the same time that data loss, latency, and RTT charts showed data.|
|MP-3536||PathTest||We fixed an issue where PathTests on a dual-ended path could show an expected number of bytes and packets received on an Inbound test followed by 0 bytes and packets received on a subsequent test.|
|MP-4423||Connectivity||We fixed an issue where a CMP could disconnect from APM and require a restart.|
|MP-4347||Connectivity||We fixed an issue where a Monitoring Point’s wireless interface could lose it’s DHCP-provided IP address, requiring the interface to be restarted.|
|MP-4250||Connectivity||We fixed an issue where some Monitoring Points were having difficulty staying connected or monitoring via their wireless interface.|
|APM-9135||Experience||We fixed an issue where a web path could show as “Ok” even though it was not successfully connecting to its target.|