Release Notes for SSLi Harmony App v4.1

The SSLi Harmony Controller provides centralized SSLi service configuration and service level visibility to all managed SSLi deployments.

The SSLi Harmony App v4.1 provides an enriched coverage of multiple SSLi deployment scenarios and stand-alone features. The configuration section of this app is redesigned with intuitive interface for customers to perform SSLi deployments, to centrally manage the sites.

This chapter has the following sections:

     What's New?

     Video Tutorials

     Supported Platforms

     Supported Browser

     Pre-requisites

     Known Issues

     Known Limitations

     Fixed Issues

What's New?

The SSLi Harmony App v4.1 focuses on enriched deployment and configuration support, that includes the following features:

     Migration to SSLi App v4.0 & 4.1

     More Traffic Flow Options

     SSLi Virtual Wire (vWire)

     Tenant Provisioning Support

     Difference Tool for Deployment Configuration Changes

     Changes to SSLi Policy Configurations

     Introduced New Shared Objects

     Addition to Existing Shared Objects

     Feature Enhancements

NOTE:                            For detailed information, refer SSLi Harmony App User Guide.

Migration to SSLi App v4.0 & 4.1

SSLi App provides users with an option to easily migrate their SSLi App v2.4 or v3.0 configurations to v4.0 & v4.1. User doesn’t need to manually deploy the sites and site groups again; SSLi App recognizes and automatically migrates the SSLi configurations from previous versions.

FIGURE 1:

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Migration to SSLi App v4.0 Complete

NOTE:                            SSLi App does not recommend direct migration from SSLi App v2.4 and v3.0 to v4.1. It is recommended to first migrate from SSLi App v2.4 or v3.0 to SSLi App v4.0 and then upgrade to SSLi App v4.1 using same steps.

More Traffic Flow Options

Previously, SSLi App v4.0 had full support for Outbound Traffic Flow. Multiple topology options were available for outbound traffic flow.

SSLi App v4.1 now provides support for the following new traffic flow options in addition to Outbound Traffic Flow:

     Inbound Traffic Flow – Inspects incoming traffic to internal networks

     Bidirectional Traffic Flow – Inspects outgoing as well as incoming traffic

User can configure any topology option for the above mentioned traffic flows through both guided and unguided mode.

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Guided Mode > Inbound Traffic Flow Topology

 

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   Guided Mode > Bidirectional Traffic Flow Topology

SSLi Virtual Wire (vWire)

SSLi App v4.1 supports Virtual Wire (vWire) mode which is the recommend way to configure IPLess Topology. It considers the use case where existing implementation of IPLess can be used as it and on top of that inbound SSLi vWire or Outbound SSLi vWire can either co-exist or can be configured individually.

vWire mode is supported for all three traffic flows through guided and unguided mode.

FIGURE 4:

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Guided Mode > Site Group > Select Virtual Wire Security Device

 

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Guided Mode > Site > Configure vWire Interfaces & Trunks

Tenant Provisioning Support

SSLi App v4.1 now supports Tenant Provisioning, which enables the user to map device partitions to the tenant using the following options:

     Map partitions manually by selecting the device partitions in the ‘Provisioning’ window. The Provisioning link is available against Licenses at the Site level.

     Map partitions automatically when the configurations are deployed to the Thunder.

NOTE:                            User can only map partitions to the tenant through which the SSLi App is launched.

FIGURE 6: Site Home Page > Provisioning

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FIGURE 7: Provisioning > Select partitions manually

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Difference Tool for Deployment Configuration Changes

The SSLi App supports Difference Tool for deployment configuration changes. Review Updates option provides side by side view of the complete configuration (to the left) and the highlighted updates (to the right). This view enables helps to know all the changes that are about to be deployed to the sites and the possible impact these changes can have. Review Updates option captures the following cases:

     Highlighted Green – New configurations which will be added to the device during deploy­ment

     Highlighted Orange – Configurations which will be updated during deployment

     Highlighted Red – Configurations which will be removed during deployment

     Not Highlighted – Unchanged Configurations, configurations which will not be updated/ removed during deployment

FIGURE 8:

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Review Updates

   Color code indicators are added at the top of Review Updates window to guide the user what each color indicates.

FIGURE 9:

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Review Update > Color Code indicators

Changes to SSLi Policy Configurations

SSLi Policies provide centralized SSLi service and rules-based configuration management to all the sites of the site group. Following changes are introduced in SSLi Policy Configurations in SSLi App v4.1

Policy Add Ons

Schedule option is introduced in Add-Ons Advanced Settings in order to Schedule Automatic Application Database Update on Weekly or Daily basis. Day and time can be set for Weekly basis and only time can be configured for daily basis update schedule

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Schedule Update option

Schedule Status option is added to show to the summary of update schedule for each site in a site group.

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Scheduling Status

Policy Rules

Following changes are introduced in per rule policies:

     Custom servers along with variant health check status bound as a member In Custom Service Group

     Dynamic Service Templates are now referred as Data Interface DNS Tag

     For Inbound Policy Rules, Client SSL Inspection Profile is bound with Outside Rules while Server SSL Inspection Profile is bound with Inside Rules.

Following Options are not supported for Inbound Policy Rules:

     Bypass Traffic

     Tx/Rx Signaling using HTTP Header

     Virtual Ports Templates

     Source NAT (Auto/ Manual)

     Data Interface DNS Tags

     Inline Explicit Proxy

     Upstream Explicit Proxy

Services

Inbound Policy Rules support following services on the Outside Segment:

     ICAP

     User Access Control

     AFleX Script

Introduced New Shared Objects

Shared objects are an abstraction of the configurations. The same configuration can be used and re-used across multiple policies. The following new Shared Objects are added to SSLi App v4.1.

     Server Option Template

     Service Group

     Template Policy

     Authorization Policy

     Health Monitor

     Client SSL Inspection Profile for Inbound traffic flow Type

     Server SSL Inspection Profile for Inbound Traffic Flow Type

Addition to Existing Shared Objects

A number of features and enhancements are added to the existing shared objects in SSLi App v4.1. The details are as follows:

     Client SSL Inspection Profile (Outbound)

     Forward Proxy Log Disable field

     Forward Proxy Cache Persistence field

     Require SNI Cert No Matched Action field

     Forward Proxy Cert Validity options field

     Forward Proxy Cert Ext options field

     SSL Inspection Option – Server Certificate Issuer

     SSL Inspection Option – Server Certificate SAN

     SSL Inspection Option – Server Certificate Subject

     Domain Bypass Class List

     Cert Validation Failure – Support for Block Option

     Separate Support for Cert-Fetch as TLS Version and Higher/Lower TLS Version

     TLS Version 1.3 support

     TLS 1.3 Ciphers support

     Info Text of fields – Pinned Certificate Site List, User ID, Group ID, Cert-Fetch via Source-NAT

     Server SSL Inspection Profile

     Cert Revocation List (CRL) support

     Certificate Authority (CA) Certificate support

     Advanced Settings options

     ICAP separate modes i.e.

     Request Mode

     Response Mode

     Object Group – Support for Any option in Network Type Object Group

     Access List - Support for “Less Than (LT)” & “Greater Than (GT)” method for Source & Des­tination Ports of TCP/ UDP Protocols

     Firewall Rule Set – Info Text of Fields (Application Filtering, Src. Threat Intel, Dest. Threat Intel, Track Application)

Feature Enhancements

The following feature enhancements are available in SSLi App v4.1:

     Certificate & Key Import from Device

     Brownfield Changes for SSLI Inbound/ Bidirectional Traffic Flow Topologies

     Multiple Interface Selection for Specified Role

     Warning for VCS Settings during Brownfield Deployment

     IP Address Pop-up View at Site Level

     Brownfield – Shared Objects Names Conflict Options

     Servers Tab in Site Advanced Settings

     Addition to Site Configurations

     Inbound Analytics Support

     Log View Panel Enhancements

Certificate & Key Import from Device

The SSLi App supports certificate import from any Harmony Controller registered devices. Application asks the user to select any harmony controller registered device from where to import the certificates and keys, followed by partition and certificate/ key selection. During Brownfield, Certificates are fetched automatically from the device.

Brownfield Changes for SSLI Inbound/ Bidirectional Traffic Flow Topologies

SSLI App supports brownfield import of configuration consisting of Inbound or Bidirectional topologies in addition to Outbound topologies. Default Gateways for inbound traffic are detected and selected by default during brownfield import, though user is provided with an option to deselect any if required. Servers deselected will then be considered custom servers.

For Bidirectional topologies, traffic flows of each virtual server are detected by default, however user can change as per their convenience.

Multiple Interface Selection for Specified Role

SSLi App supports selection of multiple interfaces for each specified role using smart illustration. Only interfaces and Trunk Groups can be selected through interface dropdowns. VEs are not exposed at this level.

Warning for VCS Settings during Brownfield Deployment

If VCS configuration is enabled on the device, then during Brownfield Deployment, a warning message appears at this stage and NEXT button is disabled since SSLi App does not support VCS Configuration currently.

IP Address Pop-up View at Site Level

SSLi App now supports pop-up view of IP Addresses in smart illustration. The IP Address field in the illustration only shows the first IP Address entered but if the user has added more VLANs for the particular role then IP Addresses for those VLANs can be seen in VLAN Table as well as IP Address pop-up view.

It enables user to edit or remove IP Addresses as well.

Brownfield – Shared Objects Names Conflict Options

Shared Objects Names Conflict present a list of objects if shared object with same name already exists in the application. SSLi App supports three different options if name conflict occurs for any shared object:

     Use Existing – Objects present is shared objects are used in deployment and those pres­ent on device are discarded.

     Override Existing – Objects present in shared objects are overridden with those present in device in deployment.

     Create New – Object with new name is created in shared object and deployed in deploy­ment.

Servers Tab in Site Advanced Settings

Default Servers are created in the background when Default Gateways are set. SSLi App now supports Custom Servers where Server Options Template can be used and reused for multiple Custom Servers. To configure Custom Servers, user needs to bind Server Options Template in Server tab of Site Advanced Settings as well as in members table of Service Group bound in Policy Rules advanced settings.

Another way is to bind that Service Group in Action table of Template Policy bound in service of Vports.

Addition to Site Configurations

     License activation through GLM License Request with or without Entitlement Token

     Device ACOS Version detection and warning

     Support check for ACOS Version sub-series

     Support for Preempt Mode in VRID Advanced Settings

     Private Partition support for L2 Topologies

     HTTP port support for Web Category Proxy Server

     Update EHM Logs for Bypass O365 Script

     Characteristics - Info Text of Fields – Upstream Explicit Proxy, Explicit Proxy

     Additional Security Services – Info Text of Fields – ICAP capable Security Device, User Access Control

     Server Tab in Site Advanced Settings

Inbound Analytics Support

The app service group type can now be configured as ‘inbound’ or ‘outbound’ to distinguish the direction. The ‘SSLi’ option available in the previous release is changed to ‘SSLi Outbound.’ The SSLi Outbound indicates the outbound traffic flow, and the new ‘SSLi Inbound’ option indicates the inbound traffic flow.

Additionally, the SSLi app now supports visibility and analytics for both outbound and inbound SSLi TLS services. The following are the significant enhancements introduced to support this feature:

     New Inbound Analytics - Includes Traffic Insights, Threat Insights, Thunder Cluster, and Source and Destination Insights. A new infographic is also introduced for the inbound type.

     Enhanced Outbound Analytics - Includes the following new or enhanced charts:

     Traffic Insights: New charts for Cipher suites, Certificate in Cache Created and Expired, and Certificate in Cache Hit and Miss are added.

     Threat Insights: Threat Investigator is replaced with new charts for Detected Threats, Threat-Categories by Connections, and Threat Distribution (Volume/Connections).

     Source & Destination: Top used IPs chart from the Traffic Insights is moved under Source & Destination analytics.

For detailed information about these insights, refer Analytics chapter in the SSLi v4.1 User Guide.

Log View Panel Enhancements

A Firewall log tab is introduced in the Log View Panel page to display firewall logs as per connection and various filters. Additionally, the Threat Investigator page under Analytics module is now moved under the Log View panel page.

For detailed information about these logs, refer Log View Panel chapter in the SSLi v4.1 User Guide.

Video Tutorials

To view an introductory video on how to install and use the SSLi Harmony Controller, refer this video:

Supported Platforms

SSLi App Version

Harmony Controller Version

ACOS Verison

Compatibility

Configuration

Analytics

SSLi App v4.1   

Harmony Con­troller 5.3.0

ACOS 5.2.1-P1   

Limited support

Yes

Yes

 

Harmony Con­troller 5.3.0

ACOS 4.1.4-GR1-P5   

Limited support

Yes

Yes

Supported Browser

Recommended Chrome Version: 89.0.4389.114 (Official Build) (64-bit)

Pre-requisites

Thunder and Harmony Controller clock must be in sync, and must be within the time difference of less than one minute.

NOTE:                            When deploying High Availability (HA) based topologies, Thunder HA pair devices must have VRRP-A configured before registration with Harmony Controller as a HA cluster. Some VRRP-A configura­tion settings are not permitted after VRRP-A is enabled.

Known Issues

The following issues have been reported for SSLi App v4.1:

Tracking ID   

ACOS Tracking ID

System Area

Description

   Version Reported

HSA-5812

NA

SSLi App

Following rule-set configurations are not highlighted in green, when the rule-set is pushed from SSLi App for the first time.

     fw-active ruleset <name>

     visibility

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5797

NA

SSLi App

IP NAT pool configuration pushed from the backend to the Shared partition is high­lighted in red (not removed from the back­end) when the configurations are pushed in the private partition from the SSLi App.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5464

HSA-5466

NA

SSLi App

Unable to filter logs by any items below top 10. Also, some URL categories will not be listed in filter auto-complete.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-5058

NA

SSLi App

No data is displayed in Traffic Insights for Key Exchange Methods, TLS Versions, and Cipher Suites charts while selecting a long time period.

SSLi App 4.1

GUI-4213

NA

SSLi App

Data from ACOS 5.2.0 will not be displayed in the “Certificates in Cache” chart on the Analytics > Traffic Insights widget.

SSLi App 4.0

GUI-4049

NA

SSLi App

While inline EP feature is enabled, even though EP is able to decrypt/bypass HTTPS traffic, the statistics for HTTPS traffic can­not be shown in Analytics because inline EP vport is recognized as SLB app service.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-4608

534859

536653

ACOS

If a client-ssl has server-name-list config­ured already, then axAPI Request get failed when executing POST call for client-ssl

SSLi App 4.1

GUI-3882

520102

ACOS

Additional burst traffic/throughput is dis­played on Apps when Harmony Controller is rebooting and initializing,

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

Known Limitations

The known limitations for SSLi App v4.1 are:

     HTTP2 is not supported.

     Recent SSLi features, related settings such as dynamic routing, VCS and advanced cus­tom topologies, are not supported.

     Harmony Controller tenant awareness for configuration objects is not supported. User must log in as Provider Admin.

     For ACL Remark rule if its position or content has been updated then bindings will get through delete and create flow.

     Some of the configurations are not supported in Brownfield and will be configured using the application as follows:

     Bypass O365: Only if configured using SSLi Harmony Controller App.

     WIA SPN: Not recognized.

The following limitations are tracked for SSLi App v4.1:

Tracking ID   

ACOS Tracking ID

System Area

Description

   Version Reported

HSA-5562

NA

SSLi App

IP Pop-view in illustration at site level will always show the IPv4 Address upfront even if IPv6 is configured for Dual IP networking type site group.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5561

NA

SSLi App

During Brownfield Deployment, at shared objects names conflict stage, if user creates new shared object then all those shared objects where it is bound, needs to be updated as well.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5560

NA

SSLi App

Custom Template Policy is not supported in Simple Guided Site group flow.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5559

NA

SSLi App

Review Updates Section will show only those configurations which are supported/ recognized through application. Out of band configurations (Device configuration objects/ commands which are not sup­ported through SSLi Application) will not be shown.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5558

NA

SSLi App

In order to configure Custom Server, Server Options template needs to be bound in the Service Group Member Table. Then this Ser­vice Group should either be bound in Tem­plate Policy or in Vports Advanced Settings.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5557

NA

SSLi App

Combination of traditional IPLess for Out­bound & vWire based Inbound is not sup­ported in either greenfield or brownfield.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5556

NA

SSLi App

Field “Server Name” in Server SSL Inspec­tion (Inbound) can only be configured on thunder devices with ACOS 5.0.0 Series & higher.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5555

NA

SSLi App

Server Name Bypass options available in Client SSL Inspection (Inbound) profile can be configured only if one of the following options in same profile are enabled:

  Server Name AutoMap

  Server Name List

  Server Name Regex List

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5554

NA

SSLi App

TLS_1.3 (Version 34) in Client & Server SSL Inspection profiles can only be configured at backend if “ssl-module software-tls13” is set (device reload/ reboot is required).

TLS_1.3 is supported in ACOS 5.0.0 series and higher.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5502

NA

SSLi App

The Threat Distribution/Threat Categories by Connections charts have no data to dis­play in the Outbound Threat Insights while selecting a time window past 24 hours.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5436

534712

ACOS

In the inbound deployment mode, the out­side HTTPS virtual port will not send the SSLi error logs.

ACOS 5.2.1-P1

HSA-5240

NA

SSLi App

The Analytics top indicator values such as control, data CPU, and memory may take time to load the data. Hence, it may display 0%. This is an intermittent issue.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5188

NA

SSLi App

In the inbound flow, the app service type for re-encryption virtual port inside SSLi will not be SSLi but SLB. This happens when the 'Forward Proxy Enable' option is not config­ured in the Server SSL inspection profile. Hence, Thunder will not send SSLi Connec­tion or Error logs.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5182

NA

SSLi App

During Brownfield Import, Configurations of all shared objects are merged by name to make them unique.
By doing this configs of Inside Partition objects are replaced with Outside Partition objects if their names are similar.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5176

NA

SSLi App

If client-ssl is imported from Brownfield Config Recognition, user will need to add passphrase value manually from the client-ssl shared object UI, in order to avoid deployment error "msg": "Communication error with LB process"

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5175

NA

SSLi App

If Server Name and Server Name Regex is configured from Server Name Table in shared objects (same name), then user can­not delete row in one deployment. Following steps should be taken to remove server name with regex.

  Uncheck Regex checkbox and deploy.

  Delete server name row and deploy.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5163

NA

SSLi App

User cannot configure Explicit proxy and SSLi on the same virtual port. For explicit proxy, only HTTP virtual port can be config­ured.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5159

NA

SSLi App

If the partition is created from Harmony Controller or SSLi Apps and removed from the backend, then the partition creation again from the HC or SSLi Apps may fail.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5093

NA

SSLi App

Any encrypted data will not be identified through brownfield import, instead “pass­word” will be used in its place

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5086

NA

SSLi App

Only those interfaces can be used as end­points for default gateways that are config­ured in Virtual Wire. Virtual Wire feature is only supported in ACOS 5.2.0 series & higher.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-5067

NA

SSLi App

The HTTP header template is applied to vport so that HTTP header “Frontend_SSL: Enabled” will be inserted regardless of whether traffic is decrypted by SSLi or not.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-4970

NA

SSLi App

User will need to manually configure speed-forced from Device Terminal. SSLi App does not support this options and will not remove this command during deployment, if config­ured manually through terminal.

SSLi App 4.1

HSA-4206

NA

SSLi App

For per Interface or per segment network deployments, SSLi App only recognises the interfaces and associated VLANs that are selected by the user in the "Interface" selection steps.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3969

NA

Harmony Controller

All devices must belong to the same pro­vider, otherwise after using "Upgrade Fea­ture" some devices will face authentication error problems as each provider maintains its own set of clusters or devices on Har­mony Controller. We recommend using root provider with the application to avoid any unexpected issues.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

HSA-3964

NA

SSLi App

‘vrrp-a l3-inline-mode’ command must be pre-configured before Harmony Controller registration. This configuration cannot be added from SSLi Application.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3871

NA

SSLi App

AAM LDAP domain name server configura­tions are not supported and does not recog­nize the domain name.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3865

NA

SSLi App

Router BGP configurations can not be con­figured from Harmony Controller or SSLi App.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3815

NA

SSLi App

OSPF settings are not supported by    SSLi App.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3964

HSA-3762

HSA-3677

NA

SSLi App

L2 High Availability is not supported. It is recommended to use L2 redunancy, that requires an external switch with STP.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3538

NA

SSLi App

Any site cannot be deployed or deleted if it contains a device that has been deregis­tered.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3537

NA

SSLi App

Device reload required for “ip allow-promis­cuous-vip” to be configured on interface ethernet.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3536

NA

Harmony Controller

   Any configuration update made    directly on ACOS Thunder device and    not through the Harmony Controller    App may not be recog­nized in some of    the cases and can cause conflicts.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

HSA-3535

NA

SSLi App

The decryption (inside) partition must have access to the Microsoft endpoint so that the automatic update feature for Microsoft Office 365 bypass can function.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-2400

NA

SSLi App

VLAN and interface numbers used in one partition cannot be exchange in another partition in the very next deployment, one has to first unbind and then bind again.

SSLi App 4.0

Partition flow Limitations

     Cluster partitions on Harmony Controller are created for active partitions on the device or previously defined and created through Harmony Controller.

     Any Inactive partitions will not be detected by Harmony Controller and the App before and after the registration of the device.

Configuration Limitations

     Any configuration made on the Thunder device directly and not through the Harmony Controller App will not be recognized and may be lost when the Harmony Controller App deploys the configuration.

Miscellaneous

Harmony SSLi App documents can only be managed through Root level access.

Fixed Issues

Some of the configurations are now supported in Brownfield deployment:

     URL Filtering: URL Configurations can be fetched through brownfield deployment now as template policy is now supported.

     Service groups are now auto generated as well as custom made as per user requirements. A separate shared object Service Group is introduced in SSLi App v4.1.

     Pass phrase protected private key can now work in L3V partition.

The following fixed issues are tracked for SSLi App v4.1.

Tracking ID   

ACOS Tracking ID

System Area

Description

   Version Reported

HSA-5756

NA

SSLi App

The error 404 pop up does not appear while removing the certificate and/or key from the shared objects and then creating the certificate or key with the same name as the removed item.

SSLi App 4.0

GUI-4229

NA

SSLi App

The predefined Clusters are not reinstated correctly on Harmony Controller after it is restored.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

GUI-4104

NA

SSLi App

Trigger Configuration backup does not function correctly on Harmony Controller.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

HSA-4026

NA

SSLi App

Tenant mapping to the device partition is now handled through the SSLi App in addi­tion to the Harmony Controller.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-3968

NA

SSLi App

Cluster partitions must be bound to tenant from which the Application will be used oth­erwise App services will not get updated for Analytics and Watchlist.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

HSA-3580

NA

SSLi App

L2 or dual appliance configurations (Single partition) from greenfield can be pushed to shared as well as private partition.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-1598

NA

SSLi App

The server certificate and server key can be applied to SLB template client-SSL from SSLi App GUI.

SSLi App 4.0

HSA-1238

NA

Harmony Controller

Tenant creation and mapping to device par­tition is now handled through SSLi App.

Harmony Controller 5.2.0

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