What`s New in Fireware XTM v11.9

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What’s New in
Fireware v11.10
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What’s New in v11.10
 New Feature
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Bandwidth and time user quotas
 Monitoring Enhancements
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Review and reset user quota data
VPN diagnostic messages and report enhancements
Gateway Wireless Controller shows and filters on rogue AP devices, and shows
client signal strength
Full Screen mode in FireWatch in Fireware XTM Web UI
 Subscription Services Enhancement
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Setup wizards for services now available in the Web UI
 VPN Enhancements
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Mobile VPN with SSL v10.11 clients for Windows and Mac OS X
 Certificate Management Enhancements
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Manage certificates from the Web UI
Automatic CA certificate updates
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What’s New in v11.10
 Wireless Access Point Enhancements
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Wireless traffic shaping
Time-based SSID Activation
Scheduled restarts of AP devices
Multiple AP device selection for AP actions
Enable rogue access point detection
 SSO Enhancements
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Exchange Monitor (EM) Exchange Server 2013 support
Clientless SSO for RDP logins
Traffic through BOVPN tunnels can use SSO
Support for switching between multiple users of the SSO Client
 RapidDeploy Enhancements
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Improvements for CSV files on a USB drive
 System Enhancements
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NTP server
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What’s New in v11.10
 Networking Enhancements
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Improved routing tables
Multiple servers for DHCP relay
DHCPv6 prefix delegation
ARP limit updates
XTM Configuration Report updates
 Logging & Reporting Enhancements
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Simultaneously send log messages to two Log Servers
Expanded information included in Device Feedback
 Management Tunnel Enhancement
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Managed devices use the first distribution IP address for the Management Server
 What Else is New?
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The first iteration of a comprehensive Help system for Fireware with integrated
instructions for all Fireware management UIs.
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New Feature — Quotas
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 You can enable bandwidth and time usage quotas for users on your
network for access to external sites.
 Apply a daily limit to user Internet usage to enforce corporate acceptable
use policies.
 When users exceed the quota limit, a notification message appears in
their web browsers and further access attempts are denied.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 You can set these types of quotas:
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Bandwidth — The bandwidth quota
is set in MB per day, and is
enforced for all TCP and UDP
traffic in both directions.
Time — The time quota is set in
minutes per day.
 Both bandwidth and time quotas
can be enabled at the same time,
and the limit that is reached first is
enforced.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 Quota limits are applied to users
and groups based on
authentication to the Firebox.
 For a quota to take effect, a user
must be authenticated and match a
configured policy defined with
Firebox users and groups.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 To enable bandwidth and time quotas, you must:
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Enable quotas and create quota rules
Apply a quota action to a rule
Enable the quota rule in a policy
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 Enable time and bandwidth quotas
 Add a quota rule that defines applicable users and groups, and the quota
action to apply.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 A quota action defines the bandwidth and time restrictions to apply to a
quota rule.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 To enforce a quota, a quota rule
must be enabled for a specific
policy.
 The policy must be defined with
users or groups to be able to apply
a quota rule.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 You can create exceptions to quotas so that any traffic to a specific
destination address is not counted towards the usage quota.
 Create exemptions for your company's own domains, or software and
antivirus signature update sites.
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Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 Options to reset user quota data include:
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Quota daily limits are automatically reset the next day (starting at 00:00)
Configuration changes automatically reset quotas for users and groups that use
the updated quota action
Reboot the Firebox
Manually reset quota data for specific users from the Web UI and FSM
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Monitoring Enhancements
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Review & Reset Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 Monitor user quota usage data in Fireware XTM Web UI and Firebox
System Manager.
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Fireware XTM Web UI — System Status > Quotas page
Firebox System Manager — Quotas tab
 Quota data includes these details for each connected user:
Quotas Page (Web UI)
User Quotas Tab (FSM)
Description
User
User
The user name of the connected user.
Auth Domain
N/A
The authentication domain through which the user is
authenticated.
Quota Action
Quota Action
The quota action defined on your Firebox that
applies to the user.
Used/Configured
Bandwidth (per day)
Bandwidth Usage
(per day)
The amount of bandwidth the user has already used
and is allowed to use (used/allowed), for each day.
Used/Configured Time
(per day)
Time Usage (per day)
The amount of time the user has already used and is
allowed to use (used/allowed), for each day.
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Review & Reset Bandwidth and Time Quotas
 Manually reset user quota data for specific users:
1. Select one or more users.
2. Click Reset Quota.
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Gateway Wireless Controller — See Rogue Access Points
 Use the Gateway Wireless
Controller Wireless Deployment
Maps to scan for foreign wireless
access points
 See a list of rogue access points
on the Foreign BSSIDs page
 A rogue access point is any
wireless access point within range
of your network that is not
recognized as an authorized
access point.
 Rogue access point can be
installed by a malicious user, but
could also be a device installed by
someone inside your organization
without consent.
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Gateway Wireless Controller — Client Signal Strength
 The Gateway Wireless Controller in Fireware XTM Web UI and Firebox
System Manager now includes an indicator to show the wireless client
signal strength.
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Enhanced VPN Diagnostic Tools
 VPN diagnostic messages
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New VPN messages now indicate why a branch office VPN gateway or tunnel
failed, and can include information about what action to take to resolve the error.
VPN diagnostic messages appear in three places in the UI:
 Firebox System Manager — Front Panel tab
 WatchGuard System Manager — Device Status tab
 Fireware XTM Web UI — System Status > VPN Statistics page
 Enhanced VPN Diagnostic Report
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Performs more checks to identify many of the most common VPN issues
Provides more actionable information
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VPN Diagnostic Messages
 VPN diagnostic
messages appear
below the gateway in
the Web UI and FSM.
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Messages can be for a
specific tunnel or
gateway endpoint.
 Errors
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Error status — Web UI
Red text — FSM and
WSM.
 Warnings
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Warning status —
Web UI.
Orange text — FSM
and WSM.
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VPN Diagnostic Report Enhancements
 Improved VPN Diagnostic Report
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The VPN Diagnostic Report now does more extensive diagnostics checks, and
provides more information.
The report includes three new sections:
 [Conclusion] — This section at the top summarizes what was observed, lists any
detected errors, and includes suggestions of next steps to troubleshoot the VPN.
 [Address Pairs in Firewalld] — This section shows the address pairs and the traffic
direction (IN, OUT, or BOTH).
 [Policy checker result] — This section shows policy checker results for policies that
manage traffic for each tunnel route.
 The VPN Diagnostic Report is now available in the Fireware XTM Web UI
on the System Status > VPN Statistics page, as well as on the System
Status > Diagnostics page.
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Branch Office VPN Troubleshooting Tips
 For any branch office VPN, you can run reports and monitor error messages
on both endpoint devices—the initiator and the responder.
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The initiator is the endpoint that starts the tunnel negotiation
The responder receives the proposal and accepts or rejects the proposed tunnel
settings from the initiator
 For troubleshooting VPN negotiation, run the VPN Diagnostic Report or look
at the VPN diagnostic messages on the responder.
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The responder has more information about settings that do not match.
 On the responder, VPN diagnostic errors include more detailed information about what
setting the initiator proposed, and what setting was expected.
The initiator does not know what settings were expected.
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VPN Troubleshooting in Firebox System Manager
 Example — VPN diagnostic message for a mismatched Phase 2 proposal
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VPN diagnostic message on
the initiator:
Initiator
“Received ‘No Proposal Chosen’
message. Check VPN IKE diagnostic
log messages on the remote gateway
endpoint for more information.”
The VPN diagnostic message
on the responder is more
informative:
“Received ESP encryption 3DES,
expecting AES”
 The same messages appear
in the VPN Diagnostic Report.
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Responder
To run the report, right-click
the gateway and select
VPN Diagnostic Report.
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VPN Diagnostic Messages in the Web UI
 VPN diagnostic messages appear in the System Status > VPN
Statistics page.
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VPN Diagnostic Report in the Web UI
 To run the VPN
Diagnostic Report from
the System Status >
VPN Statistics page:
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On the Branch Office
VPN tab, click Debug
for a Gateway.
Or, select the Debug
tab, select the
gateway, and click
Start Report.
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Routes Table Updates
 In Fireware XTM Web UI, the Routes table in System Status > Routes
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Filter routes by:
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IP address type (IPv4, IPv6, or both — IPv6 is new)
Route Type (Connected, Static, Dynamic, VPN)
Interface (Select the interface)
Destination (Type a valid IPv4 network address)
 The Routes table shows the first 100 routes that match the filter criteria.
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Routes Table Updates
 The Firebox System Manager Status Report tab now includes two route
tables.
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IPv4 Routes — Shows the first 100 IPv4 routes (all routes, including static,
dynamic, and VPN routes).
IPv6 Routes — Shows the first 100 IPv6 routes (all routes, including static,
dynamic, and VPN routes).
 Route table includes the same
information as the output of the
CLI “show ip route” and
“show v6 ip route” commands.
 These two route tables replace
the four route tables that previously
appeared in the Status Report
(main, ethx.out, any.out, and zebra).
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FireWatch Enhancements
 FireWatch can now be viewed in Full Screen mode in Fireware XTM Web UI
 Full Screen mode options include:
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Select to include one or more groups in the display
Specify the information refresh rate
The settings controls are hidden after a period of time
Select all standard filters
See information in bytes for all groups except WebBlocker, which appears in
number of connections
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FireWatch Enhancements
 Select group, data, and refresh options in Full Screen Mode
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FireWatch Enhancements
 Select which group information appears:
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Source
Destination
Applications
Policies
Interface (In)
Interface (Out)
 Select the type of data that appears:
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Rate
Bytes
Connection
Duration
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Subscription Services Enhancements
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Subscription Services Setup Wizards
 New Web UI activation wizards that guide you through the steps to enable
these Subscription Services and create a basic configuration:
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spamBlocker
WebBlocker
Gateway AntiVirus
Intrusion Prevention
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Signature Update Warnings
 New warnings displayed for
services when automatic signature
updates are disabled.
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IPS
Gateway AntiVirus
Application Control
DLP
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VPN Enhancements
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Updates to Mobile VPN with SSL Clients
 Updated WatchGuard Mobile VPN with SSL clients for Windows and Mac
OS X
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Both clients now use OpenVPN 2.3.6
Both clients now support more than 24 routes
The Windows client now includes the TAP driver for Windows 8.1
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Certificate Management Enhancements
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Manage Certificates from the Web UI
 You can now perform all
the same certificate
management tasks from
the Web UI that are
available in Firebox
System Manager.
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Delete, Install, and
export certificates
View certificate details
Import CRLs
Create CSRs
(certificate signing
requests)
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Automatic CA Certificate Updates
 Automatically get new
versions of the trusted
CA certificates stored on the
device and automatically
install the new certificates.
 Ensures all trusted CA
certificates on your device
are the latest version.
 Expired certificates are
updated, and new trusted
CA certificates are added to
your device.
 Updated certificates are
downloaded from a secure
WatchGuard server.
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Wireless Access Point Enhancements
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Wireless AP Enhancements
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Wireless traffic shaping
Time-based SSID Activation
Scheduled restarts of AP devices
Multiple AP device selection for AP actions
Enable rogue access point detection
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Wireless Traffic Shaping
 Configure traffic rate shaping for
each wireless SSID.
 Traffic shaping is for wireless
download traffic only.
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Base rate — The base throughput
rate for the SSID. Not allowed to
exceed this limit except for burst
activity.
Ceiling rate — The hard limit
throughput rate for the SSID.
This limit includes burst activity.
Burst — The maximum number of
kilobytes allowed beyond the base
rate.
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Time-based SSID Activation
 Enable SSIDs for specific time
periods.
 Limits access to the SSID based
on the start and end times you
configure.
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Scheduled Restarts of AP Devices
 Restart wireless services or reboot
all of your AP devices at scheduled
times on a daily or weekly basis.
 Refreshes the AP device and
makes sure the device
configuration and all access control
lists are up to date.
 Automatically updates wireless
channel selection.
 AP devices are restarted in 90
second intervals to make sure they
are not all restarted at the same
time.
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Multiple AP Device Selection for AP Actions
 You can select multiple
AP devices to complete
reboot, upgrade, and
restart wireless actions.
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Enable Rogue Access Point Detection
 Enable rogue access
point detection for each
SSID.
 Add known device MAC
addresses to the
exceptions list so they
are not considered a
rogue access point.
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SSO Enhancements
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Single Sign-On Enhancements
 Single Sign-On Enhancements include:
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Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 for the SSO Exchange Monitor
 .NET Framework v3.5 required on Exchange Server 2013 server
Clientless SSO for RDP logins
 Event Log Monitor now recognizes both logon and logoff events for RDP connections
and reports this information to the SSO Agent, which sends the events to the Firebox.
 The Firebox opens and closes user sessions based on the logon and logoff event
reports from the Event Log Monitor.
Traffic through BOVPN tunnels can now use Single Sign-On
Support for switching between multiple users of the SSO Client on Windows
2008, 7, and Vista
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Single Sign-On Enhancements
 New Enable SSO through BOVPN tunnels option allows users of BOVPN
tunnels to use SSO for network connections
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RapidDeploy Enhancements
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RapidDeploy CSV File — Change External Interface
 You can now use a CSV file to change the external interface number.
 A device that starts with factory-default settings can automatically configure
the external interface from settings in a CSV file on a connected USB drive.
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Previously, the only valid interface you could specify in the CSV file was 0.
A device that uses Fireware v11.10 now supports interface numbers other than 0.
The format of the CSV file did not change.
This is most often used for RapidDeploy.
 Example line in a CSV file to configure interface 2 as the external interface:
70XX00777X777,2,ext,Static,203.0.113.20/24,203.0.113.1,198.51.100.20
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System Enhancements
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NTP Server
 After you enable a Firebox to use
NTP, you can enable the device as
an NTP server.
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When you enable the device as an
NTP server, the NTP Server policy
is automatically created.
The NTP Server policy allows
connections to the NTP server from
clients on the trusted and optional
networks.
 Configure NTP clients to get the
date and time from the interface IP
address or domain name of the
Firebox.
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Networking Enhancements
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Multiple Servers for DHCP Relay
 In the DHCP Relay settings, you
can now add the IP addresses of
up to three DHCP servers.
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Previously you could configure only
one IP address for DHCP Relay.
 The Firebox relays DHCP requests
to the IP addresses of all DHCP
servers.
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DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
 You can enable DHCPv6 Client Prefix Delegation on an external interface.
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The device requests an IPv6
prefix from a DHCPv6 server.
You can use the delegated
prefix when you configure
IPv6 addresses on trusted,
optional, and custom
interfaces.
 DHCP prefix delegation is
described in RFC 3633.
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DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
 The delegated prefix appears on the Front Panel tab of Firebox System
Manager.
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DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
 You can use the delegated prefix for a trusted, optional or custom interface.
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Static IPv6 interface IP address
IPv6 prefix advertisement
DHCPv6 address pool
DHCPv6 reserved addresses
 Select Use delegated prefix.
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The delegated prefix name appears
as the first part of the IPv6 address.
The prefix name includes the external
interface device name, followed by
“_prefix”. For example “eth0_prefix”.
Type the subnet in the adjacent text box.
Delegated prefix in a static IPv6 address
Delegated prefix in the DHCPv6 address pool
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DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
 You can also enable the DHCPv6
server on an interface to delegate
prefixes to DHCPv6 clients.
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Add prefixes to the Prefix Pool.
To reserve a specific prefix for a
client, add the prefix to the
Reserved Addresses and
Prefixes list.
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Improved Route Tables — Command Line Interface
 To see the first 100 IPv4 routes, use the “show ip route” command
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Replaces the “show route” command
Output is easier to read than the output of the old show route command
WG>show ip route
Kernel IP routing table
Destination
Gateway
0.0.0.0
203.0.113.1
10.0.70.0
0.0.0.0
10.0.71.0
0.0.0.0
10.0.78.0
0.0.0.0
10.0.79.0
0.0.0.0
10.10.10.0
0.0.0.0
127.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
192.168.113.0
0.0.0.0
203.0.113.0
0.0.0.0
Genmask
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
255.0.0.0
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
Interface
eth0
eth1
eth1
vlan10
br0
ath1
lo
tun0
eth0
Flags
UG
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
Metric
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Use command options to filter the route table (same filters as in the Web UI)
WG>show ip route ?
<cr>
Carriage return
<net>
IP subnet for the destination <A.B.C.D/(1-32)>
connected Connected routes
dynamic
Dynamic routes
ifname
Interface device name
static
Static routes
vpn
VPN routes
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Improved Route Tables — Command Line Interface
 To see the first 100 IPv6 routes use “show v6 ip route”
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Output — no change from 11.9.x
WG>show v6 ip route
Kernel IPv6 routing table
Destination
2001::/64
fe80::/64
Next Hop
::
::
Interface Flags
vlan10
U
vlan10
U
Metric
256
256
New command options to filter the route table (same filters as in the Web UI)
WG>show v6 ip route ?
<cr>
Carriage return
<netipv6> IPv6 subnet for the destination <A:B:C:D:E:F:G:H/I>
<A::G:H/I>
<::H/I>
connected Connected routes
dynamic
Dynamic routes
ifname
Interface device name
static
Static routes
vpn
VPN routes
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Route Diagnostics — Command Line Interface
 For Support Only (RFE65096)
 CLI “diagnose” command has a new “ip” option
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Supports the same arguments as the linux ip-route command
WG#diagnose ip help
Usage: ip [ OPTIONS ] OBJECT { COMMAND | help }
ip [ -force ] -batch filename
where OBJECT := { link | addr | addrlabel | route | rule | neigh | ntable |
tunnel | tuntap | maddr | mroute | mrule | monitor | xfrm }
OPTIONS := { -V[ersion] | -s[tatistics] | -d[etails] | -r[esolve] |
-f[amily] { inet | inet6 | ipx | dnet | link } |
-o[neline] | -t[imestamp] | -b[atch] [filename] |
-rc[vbuf] [size]}
Syntax: diagnose ip ‘<arguments>’ — arguments must be in quotes
diagnose ip 'route list'
diagnose ip 'route list dev eth1'
diagnose ip 'route get 1.2.3.4'
 Primarily intended for use by WatchGuard for troubleshooting
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Caution: Do not use this command to add or remove routes.
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Updated ARP Limits Per Model
 For Support Only (RFE83400)
 New ARP limits per model based on system memory size
System Memory Size
Less than or equal to 128M
GC threshold values
128
512
1024
Between 128MB and 1G (including 1G) 512
2048 4096
Between 1G and 4G (including 4G)
1024
4096 8192
More than 4G
1536
6144 12288
 ARP limits have three threshold values:
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The lowest threshold is when garbage collection starts.
The middle value is when garbage collection becomes more aggressive.
The top value is the maximum number of ARP entries.
 Previously, ARP limits were set based on the model, and had a maximum of
either 4096 or 8192
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Updated XTM Configuration Report
 The XTM Configuration Report available from the Fireware Web UI now
includes information about Default Packet Handling and FireCluster
configuration settings.
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Logging & Reporting Enhancements
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Logging Enhancements
 Simultaneously send Log Messages to two WatchGuard Log Servers
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Two different WatchGuard Log Servers — Dimension or WSM Log Servers
Configure two sets of Log Servers
Add primary and backup servers for each Log Server set
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Logging Enhancements
 Fireware XTM Web UI — Logging > Log Servers 1 & Log Servers 2 tabs
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Logging Enhancements
 Policy Manager — Logging Setup > Configure > Log Servers 1 &
Log Servers 2 tabs
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Device Feedback Report Enhancements
 New information in the Device Feedback sent to WatchGuard includes:
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Start and end time stamps for the feedback data sent to WatchGuard
Peak proxy connection limit usage
Number of proxy actions with Subscription Services enabled in the configuration
Subscription Services details include:
 Whether the service is enabled
 Counts of the number of events for each service enabled on the Firebox
 A list of the events triggered on the Firebox for each service (includes the source
IP address, protocol, and threat level of the event).
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Management Tunnel Enhancements
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Management Tunnel Enhancements
 For a Management Tunnel over SSL, if the tunnel goes down, the Firebox
can now reconnect to the first IP address in the list specified for the
Management Server and rebuild the tunnel.
 In the Firebox Managed Device settings:
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Specify the private IP address for the Management Server as the first IP address
in the list.
Specify the public IP address for the Management Server as the second IP
address in the list.
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What Else is New?
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Integrated Fireware Help
 The v11.10 release includes the first iteration of a comprehensive Help
system for Fireware with integrated instructions for all Fireware
management UIs.
 Includes context-sensitive help topics for these management and monitoring
tools:
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Fireware XTM Web UI
WatchGuard System Manager & all WSM tools
WatchGuard Dimension
WatchGuard WebCenter
WatchGuard Server Center & WatchGuard servers
WatchGuard Deployment Center (RapidDeploy)
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Additional Resources
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Additional Resources
 Information about the new and enhanced features included in this release is
available from these resources on the Product Documentation pages of
the WatchGuard website:
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From the Help systems:
 Fireware Help — What’s New in This Release
From the What’s New presentation:
What’s New in Fireware v11.10
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Thank You!
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