Sophos Firewall OS v19 was released just a few months ago in April, and has already been adopted by a huge number of partners and customers who have upgraded to take advantage of the many Xstream SD-WAN and VPN enhancements.
This latest update, v19 MR1 Build 365, brings a number of additional enhancements and fixes to what is already one of our best firewall updates ever:
As covered in the recent community blog post, SFOS v19 MR1 introduces a support requirement for firmware upgrades which will come into effect for customers without a valid support subscription after they've used an initial free upgrade allocation.
Full Details and FAQs
The release of v19 MR1 Build 365 follows our regular firmware release process so you can download it now from MySophos or wait until it appears in your console over the next few weeks.
Sophos Firewall OS v19 MR1 Build 365 is a fully supported upgrade from v19 GA and v19 MR1 Build 350, all previous versions of v18.5 including the latest v18.5 MR4 and v18 MR3 and later. Please refer to the Upgrade information tab in the release notes for more details.
hi on this version
traceroute from external to DNAT ip public using alias or without alias ip
the result traceroute double answer.
did you experience it
I,m try other scenario test,
1. devices reset factory, and create dnat rules, only 1 ISP as wan , and 1 zone as LAN, the result is same,
traceroute IP public from external connection, result tracroute double answer.
2. if try integrated my ISP to another devices, (M*krot*k and FGT ).
traceroute result is normally, single answer
starting from SFOS 18.5.4 MR-4-Build418 is not possible for me to upgrade......... error while uploading firmware...
has this update broken firewall rules that use FQDN's?! Since updating, my Azure Site Recovery has stopped, and only if set the destination to 'Any' will it work again! It was previously locked down to FQDN's and had been working for months before the update.
It would have been much better if you released the basics like TLD blocking, country blocking and name spoofing protocols. The features used to secure a network and email system. like what was in the UTM's