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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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  • I've managed to update my XG 115w to 19.5 GA. You can find the firmware at "View Devices" then select the "Download" option on the correct model.


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  • Hey  I followed the same procedure, but still it keeps on loading stuck here:

    Thanks & Regards,
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  • Did exactly that. Didn't work for me in four attempts to load into the XGS87 with two different downloads. (Which really didn't matter since they both had the correct checksum, but I downloaded again before checking the checksum.) The download offers me:

    and I select 19.5.0 and I get the correct checksum after download. Still get the Invalid Firmware error when I attempt to upload it to the XGS87.

    I just noticed that it makes a big deal about the difference between Installer and Firmware, but there is no Installer option anywhere in the choices below. It shows me only .sig, which is firmware and which choice has worked for me in the past. (Unless they are erroneously offering the Installer as if it were Firmware.)

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  • Did exactly that. Didn't work for me in four attempts to load into the XGS87 with two different downloads. (Which really didn't matter since they both had the correct checksum, but I downloaded again before checking the checksum.) The download offers me:

    and I select 19.5.0 and I get the correct checksum after download. Still get the Invalid Firmware error when I attempt to upload it to the XGS87.

    I just noticed that it makes a big deal about the difference between Installer and Firmware, but there is no Installer option anywhere in the choices below. It shows me only .sig, which is firmware and which choice has worked for me in the past. (Unless they are erroneously offering the Installer as if it were Firmware.)

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  • SOLVED, for me: I disabled InterceptX and it uploaded and installed properly. This is related to InterceptX and web browsers: it got a bad checksum on upload from either Firefox and Safari. Though an SCP uploaded it perfectly. Finally disabled InterceptX (which I'd done before, but just for the download, assuming it was incoming corruption), and it uploaded and installed perfectly.

    SO SOPHOS might want to investigate why InterceptX doesn't recognize its own software and in what manner InterceptX might be corrupting it. I've had issues in other circumstances with downloads being "corrupted" by the XGS sending the file for Zero-Day examination and so the file that results is something like HTML telling you to "click here" or something like that. I wasn't aware that InterceptX would do such things... unless the "corrupt file" was zero-length or something like that.