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Sophos Firewall: v19.5 GA: Feedback and experiences

Release Post:  Sophos Firewall v19.5 is Now Available 

Old v19.0 MR1 thread:  Sophos Firewall: v19.0 MR1: Feedback and experiences 

EAP Sub thread:  SFOS v19.5 Early Access Program (Read Only) 

EAP 19.5 Thread:  Sophos Firewall: v19.5 EAP1: Feedback and experiences 



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  • Hi folks,

    Please ignore the following error, it was caused by operator error.

    Ian

    Please ignore, operator error.

    Ian

    XG115W - v20.0.1 MR-1 - Home

    XG on VM 8 - v20 GA

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  • Same. In the past it's sometimes taken two tries, but this time it failed on four so I cam here to post. No joy. I'd also note it takes a LONG time to upload, but then again it's on an XGS87. I'm only doing the upload to replace the penultimate (SFOS 19.0.1 MR-1-Build350) release, not attempting upload & reboot.

    The email notification I get from the XGS87 after it fails says:

    Message:
    Firmware installation failed. Invalid firmware.

    For others who want to check the checksum, the several Mac-based checksum programs (chksum, shasum) don't give the proper checksum. You need to have OpenSSL installed and use `openssl md5 HW-19.5.0_GA.SF310-197.sig`, which does result in a match so the file is not corrupted on download.

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  • Same. In the past it's sometimes taken two tries, but this time it failed on four so I cam here to post. No joy. I'd also note it takes a LONG time to upload, but then again it's on an XGS87. I'm only doing the upload to replace the penultimate (SFOS 19.0.1 MR-1-Build350) release, not attempting upload & reboot.

    The email notification I get from the XGS87 after it fails says:

    Message:
    Firmware installation failed. Invalid firmware.

    For others who want to check the checksum, the several Mac-based checksum programs (chksum, shasum) don't give the proper checksum. You need to have OpenSSL installed and use `openssl md5 HW-19.5.0_GA.SF310-197.sig`, which does result in a match so the file is not corrupted on download.

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