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Archived Release Note: BIG-IP version 4.5.14 Release Note
Release Note

Software Release Date: 01/30/2006
Updated Date: 03/05/2007

This article has been archived, and is no longer maintained.

Summary:

This release note documents version 4.5.14 of the BIG-IP® software. You can apply the software upgrade to version 4.2 and later. For information about installing the software, refer to the instructions below.

F5 now offers both maintenance and new feature releases. Version 4.5.14 is a maintenance release which includes security updates and enhancements that stabilize the version 4.5 software, but it contains no major new features. For more information on our new release polices, see New Versioning Schema for F5 Software Releases.

Contents:

- Minimum system requirements and supported browsers
- Supported platforms
- Installing the software
- Activating the license
     - Changes to existing features
- New fixes and enhancements in this release
- Fixes and enhancements in prior releases
- Known issues


Minimum system requirements and supported browsers

The minimum system requirements for this release are:

  • Intel® Pentium® III 550MHz processor
  • 256MB disk drive or CompactFlash® card (if you have the 3-DNS module, you need a 512MB disk drive or CompactFlash® card)
  • 256MB RAM

The supported browsers for the Configuration utility are:

  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.0, 5.5, and 6.0
  • Netscape® Navigator 4.7x

 

Note: The IM package for this release is quite large. If the disk drive in your platform does not meet the minimum requirement, you may not be able to successfully install this release.

 

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Supported platforms

This release supports the following platforms:

  • D25
  • D30
  • D35 (BIG-IP 520 and 540)
  • D39 (BIG-IP 1000)
  • D44 (BIG-IP 2400)
  • D45 (BIG-IP 2000)
  • D50 (BIG-IP 5000)
  • D51 (BIG-IP 5100 and 5110)

If you are unsure which platform you have, look at the sticker on the back of the chassis to find the platform number.

 

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Installing the software

Important:  Before you run the Configuration utility to configure the unit, you must complete the authorization and licensing process. If you do not obtain a license before you run the Configuration utility, the system may behave in an unexpected manner.

Important:  If you are upgrading a BIG-IP redundant system, you must upgrade both units. We do not support running different versions on a BIG-IP redundant system.

Important:  If you are upgrading an IP Application Switch or a BIG-IP system that uses a CompactFlash® media drive, use the installation instructions here.

Note:  In rare instances, using a notebook computer to perform PXE installations of BIG-IP software causes corruption on the notebook computer hard drive. If you are using a notebook computer as a PXE server to install BIG-IP software, we recommend, as a precaution, that you first back up any important data stored on the notebook computer hard drive.

The following instructions explain how to install the BIG-IP software, version 4.5.14 onto existing systems running version 4.2 and later. The installation script saves your current configuration.

 

  1. Go to the Downloads site and locate the BIG-IP 4.5.14 upgrade file, BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im.

     

  2. Download the software image and the BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.md5 file.

    For information about how to download software, refer to SOL167: Downloading software from F5 Networks.

  3. If you downloaded the image file to a directory other than /var/tmp, copy the image file to the /var/tmp/ directory on your BIG-IP system.

     

  4. Check the md5 of the upgrade file by typing the following commands:

    md5 BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im
    cat BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.md5

    The two md5 values should be identical.

  5. Install the IM by typing the following command:

    im BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im

    The BIG-IP system automatically reboots once it completes installation.

To upgrade an IP Application Switch or a BIG-IP system that uses a CompactFlash media drive, use the following process.

  1. Create a memory file system by typing the following command:

    mount_mfs -s 200000 /mnt

  2. Go to the Downloads site and locate the BIG-IP 4.5.14 upgrade file, BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im.

     

  3. Download the software image and the BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.md5 file.

    For information about how to download software, refer to SOL167: Downloading software from F5 Networks.

  4. If you downloaded the image file to a directory other than /mnt, copy the image file to the /mnt directory on your BIG-IP system.

     

  5. Check the md5 of the upgrade file by typing the following command:

    md5 BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im
    cat BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.md5

    The two md5 values should be identical.
     
  6. Install this upgrade by typing the following command:

    im /mnt/BIGIP_4.5.14_Upgrade.im

    The BIG-IP system automatically reboots once it completes installation.

Note:  This procedure provides over 90MB of temporary space on /mnt.  The partition and the im package file are deleted upon rebooting.

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Activating the license

Once you install the upgrade and connect the unit to the network, you need a valid license certificate to activate the software. To obtain a license certificate, you need to provide two items to the license server: a registration key and a dossier.

The registration key is a 25-character string. You should have received the key by email. The registration key lets the license server know which F5 products you are entitled to license.

The dossier is obtained from the software, and is an encrypted list of key characteristics used to identify the platform.

You can obtain a license certificate using one of the following methods:

  • Automatic license activation
    You perform automatic license activation from the command line or from the web-based Configuration utility of an upgraded unit. This method automatically retrieves and submits the dossier to the F5 license server, as well as installs the signed license certificate. In order for you to use this method, the unit must be installed on a network with Internet access.
     
  • Manual license activation
    You perform manual license activation from the Configuration utility, which is the software user interface. With this method, you submit the dossier to, and retrieve the signed license file from, the F5 license server manually. In order for you to use this method, the administrative workstation must have Internet access.

Note:  You can open the Configuration utility using either Netscape Navigator version 4.7x, or Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0, 5.5, or 6.0.

To automatically activate a license from the command line for first time installation

  1. Type the user name root and the password default at the login prompt.
     
  2. At the prompt, type license. The following prompts display:

    IP:
    Netmask:
    Default Route:
    Select interface to use to retrieve license:

    The unit uses this information to make an Internet connection to the license server.

  3. After you type the Internet connection information, continue to the following prompt:

    The Registration Key should have been included with the software or given when the order was placed.
    Do you have your Registration Key? [Y/N]:

  4. Type Y, and the following prompt displays:

    Registration Key:

  5. Type the 25-character registration key you received. If you received more than one key, enter all of the keys, separating each with a space.
    The dossier is retrieved and sent to the F5 license server, and a signed license file is returned and installed. A message displays indicating the process was successful.
     
  6. You are asked to accept the End User License Agreement (EULA).
    Note that the system is not fully functional until you accept this agreement.
     
  7. You are prompted to reboot the system. Press Enter to reboot.
    The system is not fully functional until you reboot.
     

To automatically activate a license from the command line for upgrades

  1. Type your user name and password at the logon prompt.
     
  2. At the prompt, type setup.
     
  3. Choose menu option L.
     
  4. The following prompt displays:

    Number of keys: 1

  5. If you have more than one registration key, enter the appropriate number.

    The following prompt displays:

    Registration Key:

  6. Type the 25-character registration key you received. If you received more than one key, enter all of the keys, separating each with a space.
    The dossier is retrieved and sent to the F5 license server, and a signed license file is returned and installed. A message displays indicating the process was successful.
     
  7. When you are finished with the licensing process, type the following command to restart the services on the system:

    bigstart restart

To manually activate a license using the Configuration utility

  1. Open the Configuration utility according to the type of BIG-IP unit you are licensing:
    • If you are licensing a previously configured BIG-IP unit, open the Configuration utility using the configured address.
       
    • If you are licensing a new BIG-IP unit, from the administrative workstation, open the Configuration utility using one of the following addresses: https://192.168.1.245 or https://192.168.245.245. These are default addresses on the units local area network.
       
  2. Type the user name and password, based on the type of BIG-IP unit you are licensing:
    • If you are licensing a previously configured BIG-IP unit, type your user name and password at the logon prompt.
       
    • If you are licensing a new BIG-IP system, type the user name root, and the password default at the logon prompt.

    The Configuration utility menu displays.
     
  3. Click License Utility to open the License Administration screen.
     
  4. In the Registration Key box, type the 25-character registration key that you received. If you have more than one key to install, click Enter More Keys to install multiple keys. Once you have entered all registration keys, click Manual Authorization.
     
  5. At the Manual Authorization screen, retrieve the dossier using one of the following methods:

    • Copy the entire contents of the Product Dossier box.
       
    • Click Download Product Dossier, and save the dossier to the hard drive.
  6. Click the link in the License Server box.
    The Activate F5 License screen opens in a new browser window.
     
  7. From the Activate F5 License screen, submit the dossier using one of the following methods:

    • Paste the data you just copied into the Enter your dossier box, and click Activate.
       
    • At the Product Dossier box, click Browse to locate the dossier on the hard drive, and then click Activate.

    The screen returns a signed license file.
     
  8. Retrieve the license file using one of the following methods:

    • Copy the entire contents of the signed license file.
       
    • Click Download license, and save the license file to the hard drive.
  9. Return to the Manual Authorization screen, and click Continue.
     
  10. At the Install License screen, submit the license file using one of the following methods:

    • Paste the data you copied into the License Server Output box, and click Install License.
       
    • At the License File box, click Browse to locate the license file on the hard drive, and then click Install License.

    The License Status screen displays status messages, and Process complete appears when the licensing activation is finished.
     
  11. Click License Terms, review the EULA, and accept it. The system is not fully functional until you accept this agreement.
     
  12. At the Reboot Prompt screen, select when you want to reboot the platform.
    License activation is complete only after rebooting.

To automatically activate a license using the Configuration utility

  1. Open the Configuration utility according to the type of BIG-IP unit you are licensing:
    • If you are licensing a previously configured BIG-IP unit, open the Configuration utility using the configured address.
       
    • If you are licensing a new BIG-IP unit, from the administrative workstation, open the Configuration utility using one of the following addresses: https://192.168.1.245 or https://192.168.245.245. These are default addresses on the units local area network.
       
  2. Type the name and password, based on what type of BIG-IP unit you are licensing:
    • If you are licensing a previously configured BIG-IP unit, type your user name and password at the logon prompt.
       
    • If you are licensing a new BIG-IP unit, type the user name root, and the password default at the logon prompt.

    The Configuration utility menu displays.
     
  3. Click License Utility to open the License Administration screen.
     
  4. In the Registration Key box, type the 25-character registration key that you received. If you have more than one key to install, click Enter More Keys to install multiple keys. Once you have entered all registration keys, click Automated Authorization.

    The License Status screen displays status messages, and Process complete appears when the licensing activation is finished.
     
  5. Click License Terms, review the EULA, and accept it. The system is not fully functional until you accept this agreement.
     
  6. At the Reboot Prompt screen, select when you want to reboot the platform.
    License activation is complete only after rebooting.
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Changes to existing features

This release includes the following changes in product behavior.

Note:  If you encounter a solution that does not have an active link, it is likely that we have not yet had a chance to get the solution posted on AskF5, but please continue to check this table for new content or links.

Added Revised CR Solution Description
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR25136 SOL5844 Messages are now logged when a rule is deleted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41975 SOL5844 Messages are now logged when a rule is deleted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40892 SOL5848 Configuring BIG-IP to use an automap SNAT when no match is found in a SNAT pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42117 SOL5848 Configuring BIG-IP to use an automap SNAT when no match is found in a SNAT pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54130 SOL5862 Performance of health monitor smoothing has been improved
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54131 SOL5862 Performance of health monitor smoothing has been improved
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New fixes and enhancements in this release

Note: Staring in version 4.5.13, we modified the format for displaying CRs for fixes and known issues. The CRs are now listed in a table format, with the corresponding solution listed next to the CR. Clicking the solution link directs you to the more detailed solution document that is posted on the AskF5 Technical Support Web Site. We continually update these solution documents on AskF5 as new details become available. If additional known issues are discovered after we release a version, we will update the known issues table with the new CR and solution numbers, with the goal of keeping you current on our known issues.

This release includes the following new fixes and enhancements.

Added Revised CR Solution Description
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR47477 SOL6501 Accessing the tcp_state buffer after it has been cleared causes a panic and reboot
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29394 SOL5135 In rare circumstances, the active unit in a redundant pair may fail back to standby when the standby reboots
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29395 SOL5135 In rare circumstances, the active unit in a redundant pair may fail back to standby when the standby reboots
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR34165 SOL5846 BIG-IP may remove connections from the software connection table while the connection is accelerated by the PVA
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35796 SOL5847 The redirection section of the bigpipe pool man page is not properly formatted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42104 SOL5847 The redirection section of the bigpipe pool man page is not properly formatted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41694 SOL5144 Advanced routing modules may create routes to the loopback network
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42150 SOL5144 Advanced routing modules may create routes to the loopback network
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42720 SOL5849 Remaining rules may be duplicated when a rule is deleted from the command line
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42721 SOL5849 Remaining rules may be duplicated when a rule is deleted from the command line
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR51441 SOL144 Internal, hidden interfaces may be displayed by bigpipe vlan fdb show
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35906 SOL144 Internal, hidden interfaces may be displayed by bigpipe vlan fdb show
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR51581 SOL5850 The global update_cached_routes is not saved
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR49623 SOL5851 Incorrect internal masking may cause trunk ports to receive traffic destined for ports in other VLANs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR51635 SOL5851 Incorrect internal masking may cause trunk ports to receive traffic destined for ports in other VLANs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR52661 SOL5852 BIG-IP may drop connections through a delayed binding virtual server if the first data packet from the node does not acknowledge all of the data sent by BIG-IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR52705 SOL5852 BIG-IP may drop connections through a delayed binding virtual server if the first data packet from the node does not acknowledge all of the data sent by BIG-IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR52663 SOL5853 The big3d package included in BIG-IP and 3-DNS version 4.5.13 is not compatible with prior BIG-IP versions
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR52664 SOL5853 The big3d package included in BIG-IP and 3-DNS version 4.5.13 is not compatible with prior BIG-IP versions
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR52827 SOL5854 BIG-IP does not mirror existing connections when a peer becomes available
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53245 SOL5855 Rules do not match non-contiguous network masks in classes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54026 SOL5855 Rules do not match non-contiguous network masks in classes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53583 SOL5857 Client certificate check vulnerability in Apache - CVE-2005-2700
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53585 SOL5857 Client certificate check vulnerability in Apache - CVE-2005-2700
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53605 SOL4326 Crashes, hangs, and other significant disruptions that are corrected in BIG-IP version 4.5.14
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53606 SOL4326 Crashes, hangs, and other significant disruptions that are corrected in BIG-IP version 4.5.14
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53664 SOL5859 BIG-IP may crash and reboot when you use the Reset all Statistics function in the Configuration utility
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR53665 SOL5859 BIG-IP may crash and reboot when you use the Reset all Statistics function in the Configuration utility
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54058 SOL5860 GSSAPI authentication vulnerability in OpenSSH - CAN-2005-2798
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54059 SOL5860 GSSAPI authentication vulnerability in OpenSSH - CAN-2005-2798
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47540 SOL5863 BIG-IP creates a route on the loopback interface for forwarding virtual servers that represent a single IP address
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54467 SOL5863 BIG-IP creates a route on the loopback interface for forwarding virtual servers that represent a single IP address
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54742 SOL5858 The fix for CR44712/CR44807 caused a performance decrease
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR54742 SOL5858 The fix for CR44712/CR44807 caused a performance decrease
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57149 SOL3768 The description of the OID loadBalTrapPortString is confusing
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57150 SOL3768 The description of the OID loadBalTrapPortString is confusing
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57700 SOL5869 BIG-IP may specify a source port of 0 when the use_incrementing_autoport internal variable is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57701 SOL5869 BIG-IP may specify a source port of 0 when the use_incrementing_autoport internal variable is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57929 SOL5868 Buffer overflow vulnerability in cURL - CVE-2005-4077
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR57928 SOL5868 Buffer overflow vulnerability in cURL - CVE-2005-4077
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR58135 SOL5828 Zone changes are not synced when named is reloaded or restarted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55093 SOL5865 BIG-IP does not send an SSL close alert when unclean shutdown is disabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55094 SOL5865 BIG-IP does not send an SSL close alert when unclean shutdown is disabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55070 SOL5533 Potential protocol version rollback vulnerability in OpenSSL - CVE-2005-2969
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55203 SOL5533 Potential protocol version rollback vulnerability in OpenSSL - CVE-2005-2969
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55204 SOL5533 Potential protocol version rollback vulnerability in OpenSSL - CVE-2005-2969
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55283 SOL5533 Potential protocol version rollback vulnerability in OpenSSL - CVE-2005-2969
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR55426 SOL5533 Potential protocol version rollback vulnerability in OpenSSL - CVE-2005-2969
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Fixes and enhancements in prior releases

To view fixes and enhancements that were distributed in prior releases, see the previous release notes on AskF5.

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Known issues

The following items are known issues in the current release.

Added Revised CR Solution Description
03/06/07 03/06/07 CR58321 SOL6551 Changes in US and Canada Daylight Saving Time
01/18/06 01/18/06 CR58683 SOL5884 BIG-IP reports VLAN errors when a VLAN on a standby unit has been removed and the standby unit becomes active
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28217 SOL1435 The Configuration utility allows a maximum of 15 characters for an Auth Model role in the Valid Roles list
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41898 SOL1435 The Configuration utility allows a maximum of 15 characters for an Auth Model role in the Valid Roles list
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28429 SOL1566 The Setup utility does not allow VLAN names with more than 12 characters
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41900 SOL1566 The Setup utility does not allow VLAN names with more than 12 characters
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28451 SOL1643 The bigpipe verify command does not detect misspelled monitor names or monitors that do not exist
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41901 SOL1643 The bigpipe verify command does not detect misspelled monitor names or monitors that do not exist
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29421 SOL1863 The snmpdca -h command enters a loop and displays the snmpget help page repeatedly
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41904 SOL1863 The snmpdca -h command enters a loop and displays the snmpget help page repeatedly
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29606 SOL1864 The OID ifRcvAddressAddress does not have a size limitation
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41905 SOL1864 The OID ifRcvAddressAddress does not have a size limitation
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR19438 SOL1993 The Configuration utility does not allow you to configure active-active mode when network failover is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR19794 SOL1993 The Configuration utility does not allow you to configure active-active mode when network failover is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR20461 SOL1994 The broadcom 582x SSL accelerator driver does not return an error when a hardware operation times out
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR23552 SOL2046 The config command crashes when no untagged VLANs are configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32179 SOL2100 The maximum value for 32-bit counters is 4,194,302
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41913 SOL2100 The maximum value for 32-bit counters is 4,194,302
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24090 SOL2108 BIG-IP may translate connections to destination port 0
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24131 SOL2109 BIG-IP Link Controller does not retain time period settings for P95 graphs
01/16/06 01/16/06 No CR SOL2279 The network interface LED indicators on the rear panel of the BIG-IP 520 and BIG-IP 540 server appliance do not work correctly
01/16/06 01/16/06 No CR SOL2512 BIG-IP switch appliances may crash due to a memory timing defect
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR15512 SOL2629 BIG-IP associates nodes with the default monitor when the configuration is loaded
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR20414 SOL2629 BIG-IP associates nodes with the default monitor when the configuration is loaded
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41947 SOL2629 BIG-IP associates nodes with the default monitor when the configuration is loaded
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28543 SOL2729 BIG-IP may display overflow syslog messages on the console
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42164 SOL2729 BIG-IP may display overflow syslog messages on the console
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29967 SOL2853 You cannot use the Configuration utility to make changes to wide IPs that use ports that are not listed in the port menu
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32977 SOL2853 You cannot use the Configuration utility to make changes to wide IPs that use ports that are not listed in the port menu
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41876 SOL2853 You cannot use the Configuration utility to make changes to wide IPs that use ports that are not listed in the port menu
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28163 SOL2859 BIG-IP does not allow VLANs to be disabled on automap SNATs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30153 SOL2859 BIG-IP does not allow VLANs to be disabled on automap SNATs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30585 SOL2859 BIG-IP does not allow VLANs to be disabled on automap SNATs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42088 SOL2859 BIG-IP does not allow VLANs to be disabled on automap SNATs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24085 SOL2937 BIG-IP 1000 and BIG-IP 2400 switch appliances do not keep accurate traffic statistics
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29087 SOL2937 BIG-IP 1000 and BIG-IP 2400 switch appliances do not keep accurate traffic statistics
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29312 SOL2937 BIG-IP 1000 and BIG-IP 2400 switch appliances do not keep accurate traffic statistics
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30498 SOL2937 BIG-IP 1000 and BIG-IP 2400 switch appliances do not keep accurate traffic statistics
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30783 SOL2942 On BIG-IP and 3-DNS combination systems, default gateways are converted to gateway pools
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41803 SOL2942 On BIG-IP and 3-DNS combination systems, default gateways are converted to gateway pools
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41599 SOL3024 The netstat utility does not display VLAN MAC addresses correctly
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41971 SOL3024 The netstat utility does not display VLAN MAC addresses correctly
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32245 SOL3036 BIG-IP and 3-DNS may not respond to non-original MAC addresses when auto lasthop is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33214 SOL3070 The command syntax in the man page for bigpipe global syncookie is incorrect
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42098 SOL3070 The command syntax in the man page for bigpipe global syncookie is incorrect
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27477 SOL3150 Configsync overwrites the default user role for RADIUS authentication
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41937 SOL3150 Configsync overwrites the default user role for RADIUS authentication
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28422 SOL3267 Transparent and translucent VLAN groups will forward spanning tree BPDU messages
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41982 SOL3267 Transparent and translucent VLAN groups will forward spanning tree BPDU messages
01/16/06 01/16/06 No CR SOL3313 BIG-IP does not fail over work properly when configured to use two hardware failover cables
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR39932 SOL3330 Authorization group names allow invalid characters which are not allowed in later versions
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33583 SOL3344 The loopback interface is not included in the ifIndex SNMP table
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33584 SOL3344 The loopback interface is not included in the ifIndex SNMP table
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41915 SOL3344 The loopback interface is not included in the ifIndex SNMP table
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41916 SOL3344 The loopback interface is not included in the ifIndex SNMP table
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40561 SOL3378 Virtual server network masks cannot be deleted from the Configuration utility
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR23325 SOL3512 The Configuration utility may load very slowly when the network map contains a large number of objects
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR25619 SOL3562 Remote LDAP authentication may fail when using a Microsoft Active Directory server
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33878 SOL3566 BIG-IP does not issue an SNMP trap after reboot
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41918 SOL3566 BIG-IP does not issue an SNMP trap after reboot
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43718 SOL3633 The dynamic ratio load balancing method can pick a node that is marked down
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33921 SOL3657 The "memAvailReal" OID reports more available memory than the "vmstat" command does
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41919 SOL3657 The "memAvailReal" OID reports more available memory than the "vmstat" command does
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28421 SOL3734 Smoothed round trip time calculation may cause SSL proxies to send groups of retransmitted packets
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35527 SOL3775 The SNMP PoolMemberEntry table is not populated when a forwarding virtual server exists
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41921 SOL3775 The SNMP PoolMemberEntry table is not populated when a forwarding virtual server exists
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29751 SOL3783 The verify command rejects configurations using SNAT connection mirroring
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29843 SOL3787 BIG-IP 2400, 5000, and 5100 units may lock up during reboot
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27486 SOL389 BIG-IP Link Controller provides an unhelpful error when you attempt to add grey virtual servers to a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41825 SOL389 BIG-IP Link Controller provides an unhelpful error when you attempt to add grey virtual servers to a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR36275 SOL3975 The Oracle pinger may fail to start
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR36277 SOL3975 The Oracle pinger may fail to start
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42140 SOL3975 The Oracle pinger may fail to start
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37281 SOL4024 It is not possible to create SSL proxies when accessing the Configuration utility in Netscape
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41923 SOL4024 It is not possible to create SSL proxies when accessing the Configuration utility in Netscape
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33116 SOL4032 BIG-IP may crash if header insert is configured for traffic that is not decrypted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32791 SOL4040 The global vlans unique_mac may not work when VLANs contain the same tagged interface
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40815 SOL4076 UDP packets that lack a checksum have one inserted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42055 SOL4076 UDP packets that lack a checksum have one inserted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR36548 SOL4107 Monitors created in the Configuration utility may have an additional carriage return
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42016 SOL4107 Monitors created in the Configuration utility may have an additional carriage return
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28007 SOL4117 Core dumps may take a long time to complete on the IBM HS20 blade controller
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28035 SOL4120 A java error is reported when you assign the Oracle health monitor to an invalid node
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR26953 SOL4148 The bigpipe snatpool show command displays large and incorrect values
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27061 SOL4148 The bigpipe snatpool show command displays large and incorrect values
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29407 SOL4148 The bigpipe snatpool show command displays large and incorrect values
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32944 SOL4148 The bigpipe snatpool show command displays large and incorrect values
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41768 SOL4148 The bigpipe snatpool show command displays large and incorrect values
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30493 SOL4149 ITCMPortal may crash when using large amounts of memory
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37847 SOL4149 ITCMPortal may crash when using large amounts of memory
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37915 SOL4149 ITCMPortal may crash when using large amounts of memory
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30731 SOL4154 Fragmented ICMP ping requests may not be passed by BIG-IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44570 SOL4160 3-DNS marks down BIG-IP version 9 virtual servers that are configured to use rules
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40501 SOL4192 The BIG-IP status window does not run in all browsers
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42321 SOL4205 The proxyd process may crash during shutdown
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44804 SOL4237 3-DNS version 4 may mark virtual servers on BIG-IP LTM versions 9.0 through 9.0.4 as unknown
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44805 SOL4237 3-DNS version 4 may mark virtual servers on BIG-IP LTM versions 9.0 through 9.0.4 as unknown
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30877 SOL4242 The im -Q command does not always report the correct versions for installed packages
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43927 SOL4244 BIG-IP may not properly route resets when a rule discards a connection
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27639 SOL428 The unit ID of a self IP address local to unit 2 is reported as unit 1 in active-active pairs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41827 SOL428 The unit ID of a self IP address local to unit 2 is reported as unit 1 in active-active pairs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR45293 SOL4288 BIG-IP version 9 iQuery messages have an incorrect time stamp
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42843 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44302 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44320 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44321 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44376 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR44712 SOL4326 Problems that cause crashes, panics, hangs in BIG-IP versions 4.5 - 4.5.14 and versions 4.6 - 4.6.4
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR45496 SOL4343 BIG-IP LTM version 9 does not use lasthop correctly with UDP iQuery datagrams
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41267 SOL4378 The man page for the dig command is not included
01/16/06 01/16/06 CRIPTION SOL4378 The man page for the dig command is not included
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41567 SOL4380 Large TCP and UDP timeout values are displayed incorrectly
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR45383 SOL4381 Connections that use web aggregation may fail when the stated content length is different than the actual content length
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35572 SOL4404 Adding too many members to a class can cause the Configuration utility to crash
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41880 SOL4404 Adding too many members to a class can cause the Configuration utility to crash
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR26515 SOL4406 CRLs will fail if the default path is defined in the configuration
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41929 SOL4406 CRLs will fail if the default path is defined in the configuration
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29801 SOL4407 Header insert will display an obscure error (331903) if the header is too long
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33223 SOL4407 Header insert will display an obscure error (331903) if the header is too long
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR39371 SOL147 The java status window requires RADIUS and Secure ID login after one hour, but fails
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41848 SOL4407 Header insert will display an obscure error (331903) if the header is too long
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41942 SOL4407 Header insert will display an obscure error (331903) if the header is too long
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41474 SOL4409 Classes that are in use may be deleted, which may later prevent the configuration from loading
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41970 SOL4409 Classes that are in use may be deleted, which may later prevent the configuration from loading
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43681 SOL4409 Classes that are in use may be deleted, which may later prevent the configuration from loading
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43682 SOL4409 Classes that are in use may be deleted, which may later prevent the configuration from loading
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR46509 SOL4497 BIG-IP and 3-DNS switch appliances may not send an SNMP trap at boot
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR14962 SOL4539 BIG-IP may proxy ARP responses between VLANs when VLAN groups are configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR15998 SOL4539 BIG-IP may proxy ARP responses between VLANs when VLAN groups are configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR20647 SOL4539 BIG-IP may proxy ARP responses between VLANs when VLAN groups are configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 No CR SOL4574 BIG-IP and 3-DNS do not prevent installation on platforms that are no longer supported
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47153 SOL4579 Connection mirroring fails on virtual servers that have cookie persistence and persistence mirroring enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29269 SOL4581 The indicators on the HP BL20p G2, BL30p, and DL380 G3 do not correctly indicate the current link state
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29296 SOL4581 The indicators on the HP BL20p G2, BL30p, and DL380 G3 do not correctly indicate the current link state
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28057 SOL461 Changing the port of a virtual server will result in multiple virtual server statements
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41832 SOL461 Changing the port of a virtual server will result in multiple virtual server statements
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47979 SOL4665 IP filters that allow established connections only apply to TCP connections in BIG-IP versions 4.5.13, 4.6.4, and 4.7
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47981 SOL4665 IP filters that allow established connections only apply to TCP connections in BIG-IP versions 4.5.13, 4.6.4, and 4.7
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28072 SOL467 It is possible to partially remove a link by deleting its self IP address and VLAN
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41833 SOL467 It is possible to partially remove a link by deleting its self IP address and VLAN
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR48301 SOL4718 BIG-IP may crash and reboot if configured to perform header insertion within a pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR48302 SOL4718 BIG-IP may crash and reboot if configured to perform header insertion within a pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR48303 SOL4718 BIG-IP may crash and reboot if configured to perform header insertion within a pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR48750 SOL4853 The bigd daemon may crash when running several hundred SSL monitors
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28099 SOL486 The 3-DNS Controller still uses BIG-IP systems for probing when all prober factories have been deleted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41834 SOL486 The 3-DNS Controller still uses BIG-IP systems for probing when all prober factories have been deleted
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27518 SOL494 The BIG-IP system disables ARP for all virtual servers when you disable it for a single virtual server
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41895 SOL494 The BIG-IP system disables ARP for all virtual servers when you disable it for a single virtual server
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR21750 SOL497 The bigpipe proxy show command may not display the correct values for current and max connections
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42057 SOL497 The bigpipe proxy show command may not display the correct values for current and max connections
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR26784 SOL5030 3-DNS will not respond to requests until it receives an updated persistence table from the synchronization group
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR23224 SOL5032 The Configuration utility adds a new wide IP alias, rather than changing the name of a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30212 SOL5032 The Configuration utility adds a new wide IP alias, rather than changing the name of a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41816 SOL5032 The Configuration utility adds a new wide IP alias, rather than changing the name of a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR36782 SOL5035 The ntpd daemon is not restarted after the Setup utility is used to make time server configuration changes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42107 SOL5035 The ntpd daemon is not restarted after the Setup utility is used to make time server configuration changes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27219 SOL5055 3dns_add will not add a Link Controller to an existing sync group
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41894 SOL5055 3dns_add will not add a Link Controller to an existing sync group
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR22494 SOL507 When you delete connections accelerated by the PVA, BIG-IP does not send a reset to the client or the node
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR14955 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR14956 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR16971 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR16972 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR16973 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR17173 SOL5078 The Configuration utility allows characters in configuration objects that 3dpipe does not allow
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28228 SOL509 The 3-DNS Controller or the BIG-IP Link Controller may not properly create configuration statements for redundant pairs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28529 SOL509 The 3-DNS Controller or the BIG-IP Link Controller may not properly create configuration statements for redundant pairs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41837 SOL509 The 3-DNS Controller or the BIG-IP Link Controller may not properly create configuration statements for redundant pairs
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24772 SOL5131 HTTP POSTs that use an Expect header do not work when cookie persistence is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29394 SOL5135 In rare circumstances, the active unit in a redundant pair may fail back to standby when the standby reboots
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29395 SOL5135 In rare circumstances, the active unit in a redundant pair may fail back to standby when the standby reboots
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41985 SOL5135 In rare circumstances, the active unit in a redundant pair may fail back to standby when the standby reboots
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33774 SOL5141 BIG-IP may not pass retransmissions from nodes under specific circumstances
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42010 SOL5141 BIG-IP may not pass retransmissions from nodes under specific circumstances
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37986 SOL5142 BIG-IP may use a source port that is already used by another BIG-IP feature when performing a health check
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42114 SOL5142 BIG-IP may use a source port that is already used by another BIG-IP feature when performing a health check
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28533 SOL5143 Web aggregation is not used when default SNAT automap is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42119 SOL5143 Web aggregation is not used when default SNAT automap is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41694 SOL5144 Advanced routing modules may create routes to the loopback network
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42150 SOL5144 Advanced routing modules may create routes to the loopback network
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR46706 SOL5149 BIG-IP disables ARP for any configured automap SNAT when ARP is disabled on a wildcard virtual server
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR30243 SOL5191 The big3d daemon included in versions 4.5 PTF-04 and later is not compatible with BIG-IP version 4.5
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28656 SOL520 The wlnode() function does not work with BEA Web Logic 7.0 and later versions
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41838 SOL520 The wlnode() function does not work with BEA Web Logic 7.0 and later versions
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47330 SOL5219 BIG-IP Link Controller cannot add new links when discovery and automatic configuration is disabled for server objects
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47331 SOL5219 BIG-IP Link Controller cannot add new links when discovery and automatic configuration is disabled for server objects
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR29281 SOL5263 Systems that are licensed for both BIG-IP and 3-DNS automatically add a router statement and perform a health check on the router
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42027 SOL5263 Systems that are licensed for both BIG-IP and 3-DNS automatically add a router statement and perform a health check on the router
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24961 SOL5283 Link Controller wizards do not use custom colors specified for the Configuration utility
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24740 SOL5298 BIG-IP does not create a router object for the default gateway
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41817 SOL5298 BIG-IP does not create a router object for the default gateway
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28006 SOL5301 The Fallback Load Balancing mode on Link Controller defaults to Return to DNS
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32963 SOL5303 BIND attaches to every available self IP address when DNS proxying is configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28330 SOL5360 The Configuration utility menu bar does not scale to small window sizes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR28331 SOL5360 The Configuration utility menu bar does not scale to small window sizes
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR20760 SOL5388 The Configuration utility implies that a wide IP alias must be configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR21096 SOL5388 The Configuration utility implies that a wide IP alias must be configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41813 SOL5388 The Configuration utility implies that a wide IP alias must be configured
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35655 SOL5394 The BIG-IP Configuration utility is available on systems that are licensed only for 3-DNS
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41806 SOL5394 The BIG-IP Configuration utility is available on systems that are licensed only for 3-DNS
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR47142 SOL5405 The description of the Insert Certificate function in the online help is incorrect
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR42653 SOL5407 Link Controller may associate the wrong VLAN with a router pool
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43356 SOL5408 BIG-IP does not allow directed ARP requests to pass through a VLAN group
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR43357 SOL5408 BIG-IP does not allow directed ARP requests to pass through a VLAN group
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR34022 SOL654 Nodes that are monitored with a monitor rule are reported as unchecked
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41850 SOL654 Nodes that are monitored with a monitor rule are reported as unchecked
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40319 SOL694 An error displays if you refresh the Configuration utility after creating a link
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41860 SOL694 An error displays if you refresh the Configuration utility after creating a link
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40861 SOL699 SSL proxy address and port information is not checked for invalid addresses or characters
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41861 SOL699 SSL proxy address and port information is not checked for invalid addresses or characters
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR40884 SOL715 The Configuration utility prompts for a netmask for individual virtual servers
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41862 SOL715 The Configuration utility prompts for a netmask for individual virtual servers
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR27202 SOL727 The snmp_dca health monitor is not fully compatible with the Microsoft http_server MIB
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41873 SOL727 The snmp_dca health monitor is not fully compatible with the Microsoft http_server MIB
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32759 SOL754 The dot1dStaticEntry OID value does not have a bounded range, although a range is required
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41874 SOL754 The dot1dStaticEntry OID value does not have a bounded range, although a range is required
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR32977 SOL758 BIG-IP doesn't provide a list from which to select an option in the wide IP port field
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41876 SOL758 BIG-IP doesn't provide a list from which to select an option in the wide IP port field
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33815 SOL761 The table that contains Nokia NetAct SNMP traps may become very large and use disk space
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41877 SOL761 The table that contains Nokia NetAct SNMP traps may become very large and use disk space
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR35019 SOL763 Link Controllers will not display statistics for virtual servers that are not part of a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41878 SOL763 Link Controllers will not display statistics for virtual servers that are not part of a wide IP
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR36729 SOL764 Wide IPs created in the Link Controller Configuration utility are not included in NameSurfer
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41882 SOL764 Wide IPs created in the Link Controller Configuration utility are not included in NameSurfer
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR14294 SOL765 The Generate and Copy iQuery Encryption Key option detects BIG-IP/3-DNS combination products twice and attempts to copy the iQuery keys to each detected unit
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41884 SOL765 The Generate and Copy iQuery Encryption Key option detects BIG-IP/3-DNS combination products twice and attempts to copy the iQuery keys to each detected unit
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR23564 SOL783 Saved copies and new copies of snmptrap.conf can conflict after an upgrade
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41889 SOL783 Saved copies and new copies of snmptrap.conf can conflict after an upgrade
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR38085 SOL800 The SSL ECV monitor cannot negotiate an SSLv2 connection
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37500 SOL808 Reverse ECV monitors mark nodes up only as frequently as the timeout period
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR37746 SOL808 Reverse ECV monitors mark nodes up only as frequently as the timeout period
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41784 SOL808 Reverse ECV monitors mark nodes up only as frequently as the timeout period
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR571 SOL808 Reverse ECV monitors mark nodes up only as frequently as the timeout period
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR24946 SOL815 The link to the BIG-IP Link Controller Solutions Guide is missing
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41890 SOL815 The link to the BIG-IP Link Controller Solutions Guide is missing
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR25821 SOL816 F5 source addresses are not added to hosts.allow when the support account is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41891 SOL816 F5 source addresses are not added to hosts.allow when the support account is enabled
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR22599 SOL835 The admin interface cannot be accelerated by the PAcket Velocit ASIC (PVA)
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR22599; SOL835 The admin interface cannot be accelerated by the PAcket Velocit ASIC (PVA)
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR22728 SOL837 When gateway failsafe is triggered for active-active units in a redundant pair, failover does not occur
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR33581 SOL837 When gateway failsafe is triggered for active-active units in a redundant pair, failover does not occur
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR26612 SOL848 The beholder-ctrl bigstart script does not include the stop and start command functions, which results in an error
01/16/06 01/16/06 CR41892 SOL848 The beholder-ctrl bigstart script does not include the stop and start command functions, which results in an error
01/16/06 01/16/06 No CR SOL858 Cisco Switches may drop packets from BIG-IP after removing the VLAN tag
08/30/06 08/30/06 CR21228 SOL216 Auto-lasthop prevents update of ARP information for self IP address traffic
08/30/06 08/30/06 CR27975 SOL240 It is not possible to set the global memory_reboot_percent to zero
08/30/06 08/30/06 CR28012 SOL250 It is not possible to set the global memory_reboot_percent to zero
08/30/06 08/30/06 CR26610 SOL336 Disabling SNMP traps using the Configuration utility causes an error
08/30/06 08/30/06 CR27260 SOL371 Default gateway pools cannot be changed using the config command
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR31058 N/A The BIG-IP systems may display a "bigapi_unit_mask fails Specified unit mask incorrect" message after a system upgrade and reboot.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR31053 N/A The HTTPS monitor may fail to find the receive rule string when the BIG-IP system receives very large requests
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR31009 N/A The Configuration utility statistics for Max Conn Deny and Memory Usage are inaccurate
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30600 N/A You receive a syntax error if you use both <ip addr>:<service> and <ip addr> in the IP list for the bigpipe monitor command <ip list> <enable | disable>.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30343 N/A The BIG-IP system generates an error when you use the Configuration utility to generate a key/cert pair for a domain name that starts with an integer
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30327 N/A When the web server's resources are overextended and a large number of users logged into the Configuration utility, the Configuration utility may not function properly
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30323 N/A The bigpipe ms command inaccurately reports the memory usage percent when high-water and low-water reaper values are set.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30288 N/A BIG-IP may display "Probe control features are not available" error messages when booting a system that is not licensed
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30143 SOL244 Priority load balancing does not work when minimum active members is set to 0
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30072 N/A The BIG-IP system does not currently support some functionality on Windows IIS 6.0 webserver
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30073 N/A The BIG-IP system does not currently support some functionality on Windows IIS 6.0 webserver
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR30074 N/A The BIG-IP system does not currently support some functionality on Windows IIS 6.0 webserver
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29709 SOL242 BIG-IP will send a reset to the node when deleting a connection that was never fully established
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29630 N/A The var/log/ directory may contain corrupt file data after 150 and up to 800 hard reboots
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29628 N/A The Setup utility and the Configuration utility may produce different DNS configurations
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29611 N/A The httpd.conf file is not automatically updated when you use the Configuration utility to change a host name
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29602 SOL249 The bigpipe interface command incorrectly reports the media type of fiber ports as 1000BaseTX
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29470 N/A Assigning a new pool the same name as an existing pool will result in the existing pool being overwritten
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29291 N/A If you use the Configuration utility to configure a VLAN, and you do not select an interface, the VLAN is not saved
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29193 N/A The DH (Diffie-Helman) key exchange protocol does not currently work if you configure an SSL proxy
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR29011 N/A The bigpipe bigstat and bigpipe bigstat -bigip commands do not function correctly in BIG-IP version 4.5.x.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR28646 N/A In extremely rare instances, the BIG-IP system may lock up when you install an upgrade of the BIG-IP software
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR28581 N/A bigpipe commands that contain an invalid trailing argument will produce a syntax error, but may erroneously run the command anyway
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR28498 N/A proxyd may continue to accept new connections after the proxy connection limit is reached
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR28194 N/A Duplicate node UP messages may appear in the log table
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR28133 N/A The BIG-IP system log files may report the incorrect version of the product.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27962 N/A Enabling svcdown_reset from either the command line interface or the Configuration utility requires you to reload the configuration for your changes to take effect
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27928 N/A Harmless timeout messages are displayed during reboot for ZebOS and ITCM portal
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27793 N/A The BIG-IP system does not save the settings when you use the Setup utility to configure the media type for an interface
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27622 N/A Configuring the OCSP feature may impact SSL proxy performance
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27333 N/A Running the BIG-IP system in ANIP mode may result in a 12-15% decrease in SSL performance
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27331 N/A Disabling open_telnet_port on the active unit before you synchronize the configuration leaves open_telnet_port in an enabled state.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27132 N/A named status and usage messages may fill up the /var/log/ messages directory on a system with a CompactFlash media drive
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR27091 N/A During first-time installation, you may see the misleading message in /var/log/proxyd stating that no proxies were configured
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR26822 N/A The verbose log level 32 (Stat Reset Detail) does not log a message when you reset the statistics
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR26487 N/A If the SSL proxy is down due to an error condition, the b proxy show command still shows the proxy is enabled
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR26456 N/A Generating certificates with openSSL after upgrading the software may cause issues when you use the openSSL command line utility to generate certificates or certificate signing requests (CSRs)
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR26143 N/A If you create a default gateway pool, and then you decide to change to a single route, we recommend that you do not delete the gateway pool even if you change the router configuration so that there is only one router in the pool
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR25538 N/A Disabling a virtual server that is under heavy traffic load may cause the BIG-IP log to fill the /var partition
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR25399 N/A Harmless message, bigstpd: (pid 169) already running, is displayed during configuration
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR25141 N/A If you configure only a single default gateway member, that address is configured as the default route. It is not displayed as a default gateway pool.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR25119 N/A The bigpipe command, b conn dump verbose, displays incorrect values for packet counts and byte counts
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR25080 N/A Some idle connections may not be closed as long as the SSL proxy continues to receive data within the idle connection timeout, and the server-side connection remains open
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR24468 N/A If you use the Setup utility to change the floating IP addresses on VLANs, the web server settings are not updated.
09/18/06 09/18/06 CR24644 N/A FTP data connections incorrectly set TOS or QoS values to 0.
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