What’s new in the latest version of Indeni? Enhancements in the core platform across Indeni Server, Collector, and Knowledge.
See below for the detailed notes for 6.0.71 included in this platform release. Customers head over to the Indeni Forum within Indeni Crowd to join the conversation around these capabilities. Want the latest build? Download the latest version.
- Ability to change default https port from 443 to Y broken
- Server no longer opening up many ssh sessions and crashing the network device
- Modifying alert severity generates duplicate alerts with new severity
- Device not responding alert is being open for Failed to communicate device
- Palo Alto Networks
- All Palo Alto Networks Panorama devices, including the M-100’s, will be classified properly as a Panorama instead of a firewall, thus ensuring proper automation.
- Temporarily disabled the cross-vendor issue notification for “next hop router inaccessible” to reduce flapping and white noise. This will be re-instated after platform related issue is resolved IS-2668
- Deleted old reference to PerDeviceRule from import statement. Updated Remediation steps by adding HTML links. Reformatted the code with IntelliJ IDEA format.
- Check Point
- Two scripts contained the same name ‘chkp-subscription-signatures-updates’; one of these commands is arbitrarily chosen to be used. To correct this, one of the names was modified.
- Improved server’s performance regarding old (5.9) UI
- Move test-interrogation timeout to configuration
- Add an API to check if request has valid authentication
- Cisco Nexus
- Improved alert logic regarding optical transceiver issue notifications
- Improved remediation steps for Cisco Nexus devices
- Automation added to detect SNAT port exhaustion
- Knowledge automation support for Radware Alteon Load-Balancers
- Knowledge automation support for Juniper SRX Next-Generation Firewalls
- Knowledge automation support for Fortinet Fortigate Next-Generation Firewalls