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FortiOS v5.2.1
Release Notes
FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
October 31, 2014
01-521-250991-20141031
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Table of Contents
Change Log....................................................................................................... 5
Introduction....................................................................................................... 6
Supported models ................................................................................................... 6
What’s new in FortiOS v5.2.1 ..................................................................................
Default configuration changes ...........................................................................
CLI changes .......................................................................................................
Endpoint Control................................................................................................
Firewall ...............................................................................................................
HA ......................................................................................................................
Log & Report......................................................................................................
System ...............................................................................................................
Web-based Manager .........................................................................................
Web Filter...........................................................................................................
WiFi ....................................................................................................................
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Special Notices ................................................................................................. 9
FortiCarrier ............................................................................................................... 9
Before any firmware upgrade .................................................................................. 9
After any firmware upgrade ..................................................................................... 9
Upgrade Information ...................................................................................... 10
Upgrading from FortiOS v5.2.0.............................................................................. 10
Upgrading from FortiOS 5.0.6 or later ................................................................... 10
Downgrading to previous firmware versions ......................................................... 10
FortiGate VM firmware........................................................................................... 10
Firmware image checksums .................................................................................. 11
Product Integration and Support .................................................................. 12
FortiOS v5.2.1 support .......................................................................................... 12
Language support.................................................................................................. 14
Module support...................................................................................................... 15
SSL VPN support...................................................................................................
SSL VPN standalone client ..............................................................................
SSL VPN web mode ........................................................................................
SSL VPN host compatibility list .......................................................................
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Resolved Issues.............................................................................................. 19
Data Leak Prevention.......................................................................................
Endpoint Control..............................................................................................
Firewall .............................................................................................................
FortiGate VM....................................................................................................
High Availability................................................................................................
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IPS....................................................................................................................
IPsec VPN ........................................................................................................
IPv6 ..................................................................................................................
Log & Report....................................................................................................
Routing.............................................................................................................
Spam Filter.......................................................................................................
SSL VPN ..........................................................................................................
System .............................................................................................................
Upgrade ...........................................................................................................
WAN Optimization and Web Proxy ..................................................................
Web-based Manager .......................................................................................
Web Filter.........................................................................................................
Wireless............................................................................................................
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Known Issues.................................................................................................. 26
Endpoint Control..............................................................................................
Firewall .............................................................................................................
IPsec VPN ........................................................................................................
SSL VPN ..........................................................................................................
System .............................................................................................................
Upgrade ...........................................................................................................
Web-based Manager .......................................................................................
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Limitations....................................................................................................... 29
Citrix XenServer limitations.................................................................................... 29
Open Source Xen limitations ................................................................................. 29
Table of Contents
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Change Log
Date
Change Description
2014-09-15
Initial release.
2014-09-16
Added FortiManager support information.
2014-09-17
Updated FortiManager support information.
2014-09-19
Removed references to the SSL VPN standalone client for Mac OS X.
2014-09-23
Added 0254898 to Known Issues.
2014-10-14
Corrected Microsoft Hyper-V Server support information.
2014-10-31
Added 0244926 to Known Issues.
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Introduction
This document provides the following information for FortiOS v5.2.1 build 0618:
• Supported models
• What’s new in FortiOS v5.2.1
• Special Notices
• Upgrade Information
• Product Integration and Support
• Resolved Issues
• Known Issues
• Limitations
See the Fortinet Document Library for FortiOS documentation.
Supported models
FortiOS v5.2.1 supports the following models.
Table 1: Supported models
FortiGate
FG-20C, FG-20C-ADSL-A, FG-30D, FG-30D-POE, FG-40C, FG-60C,
FG-60C-SFP, FG-60C-POE, FG-60D, FG-60D-POE, FG-70D, FG-80C,
FG-80CM, FG-80D, FG-90D, FGT-90D-POE, FG-94D-POE, FG-100D,
FG-110C, FG-111C, FG-140D, FG-140D-POE, FG-140D-POE-T1,
FG-200B, FG-200B-POE, FG-200D, FG-200D-POE, FG-240D,
FG-240D-POE, FG-280D-POE, FG-300C, FG-300D, FG-310B,
FG-310B-DC, FG-311B, FG-500D, FG-600C, FG-620B, FG-620B-DC,
FG-621B, FG-800C, FG-1000C, FG-1240B, FG-1500D, FG-3016B,
FG-3040B, FG-3140B, FG-3240C, FG-3600C, FG-3700D, FG-3810A,
FG-3950B, FG-3951B, FG-5001A, FG-5001B, FG-5001C, and
FG-5101C.
FortiWiFi
FWF-20C, FWF-20C-ADSL-A, FWF-30D, FWF-30D-POE, FWF-40C,
FWF-60C, FWF-60CM, FWF-60CX-ADSL-A, FWF-60D, FWF-60D-POE,
FWF-80CM, FWF-81CM, FWF-90D, and FWF-90D-POE.
FortiGate Rugged
FGR-100C
FortiGate VM
FG-VM32, FG-VM64, FG-VM64-HV, FG-VM64-KVM, and
FG-VM64-XEN.
FortiSwitch
FS-5203B
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What’s new in FortiOS v5.2.1
For a comprehensive list of new features and enhancements that have been made in FortiOS
v5.2.1 see the What’s New for FortiOS 5.2 document available in the Fortinet Document Library.
Default configuration changes
• The set virtual-switch-vlan CLI command is enabled by default for all FG-100D
series and FG-200D series models.
• The maximum number of IPv6 NDP entries has been increased. The kernel holds 65,536
entries.
• Changed the 30D series default UI to the full Web-based Manager.
• Added a default DHCP server for the management port on FG-100D and FG-140D models.
• Bridged the WiFi interface and internal interfaces by default.
• Enabled HA (via CLI) on all 30D series models.
• Increased the router.policy value to 512 for all 1U appliances and 2048 for all 2U
appliances.
• Renamed Virtual WAN Link to WAN Link Load Balance.
CLI changes
• Added a CLI command for arp-max-entry and br-fdb-max-entry in system global
setting.
• global antivirus service settings were moved into profile-protocol-options
settings.
Endpoint Control
• When the FortiClient license expires it will be marked as expired.
• Added a clear all option in Endpoint Control registration.
• Added SSOMA state into the Endpoint Control protocol.
• The forticlient-reg-key endpoint setting now supports up to 128 bytes.
Firewall
• NAT64 UDP TFTP service support.
• Implemented a policy tree in IPv6 to improve the iprope6 checking performance.
• TLS 1.2 support for SSL offload, WAN Optimization, SSL inspection, and SIP SSL.
• The RTA_HA_SES_DURATION information will be included when sending the session to the
peer.
• Captive portal support in the block notification page.
• Allow virtual IP with port forwarding enabled to permit ICMP.
HA
• session-sync-dev is now used to enhance GTP HA sync.
Introduction
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Log & Report
• Botnet / IP Reputation log updates.
• An event log is generated when the maximum FortiClient license limit is reached during
FortiClient registration sync.
• Changed the subtype for routing related logs.
• Cleaned up the user and wireless event log fields.
• Log ID field update.
• Bandwidth and setup rate statistics are now included in the event log.
System
• Implemented a diagnose command to test flash SSD
• Added netflow support for NP6 and XLP
• execute telnet now displays a message after disconnecting.
Web-based Manager
• Allow export of collected emails in the Collected Email Addresses page.
• Online help improvements
• Added Web-based Manager support for displaying FortiExtender supported 3G/4G modem
list.
• FortiView time slice drill down and FortiView unknown application handling improvements
• Rogue AP monitor and SSID list updates
• Interface list update and switch modes
• Configurable syslog server setting in the Web-based Manager for FG-3600C, FG-3950B,
and FG-3700D.
• Added a half duplex indication to interface panel
• Added a reset password link to the FortiCare login dialog
• Added a wizard summary, client instructions, and FortiCloud information
• Export collected emails in .csv format
• FortiCloud wizard activation for the following models: FG-30D, FG-30D-POE, FWF-30D,
FWF-30D-POE, FG-60D, FG-60D-POE, FWF-60D, FWF-60D-POE, FG-70D, FG-80D,
FG-90D, FG-90D-POE, FWF-90D, FWF-90D-POE
• LDAP tree browse interface and user group dialog improvements
• New LDAP tree browser design in the User Wizard and User Group pages
• Added column settings.
Web Filter
• Improved URL filter list usability by using dialog to create and edit. Introduced paging and
search to the table.
WiFi
• Ekahau Blink protocol support and re-organization for station-locate
• Suppress probe responses based on the threshold value.
Introduction
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Special Notices
FortiCarrier
FortiCarrier images are delivered upon request and are not available in the Customer Service &
Support firmware download page.
Before any firmware upgrade
To minimize network interruptions, plan the upgrade during a maintenance window. This allows
you to properly upgrade, test, and implement the firmware upgrade without disrupting network
traffic.
Save a copy of your FortiGate configuration prior to upgrading. To backup your FortiGate
configuration, go to System > Dashboard > Status. In the System Information widget select
Backup under System Configuration and save the configuration file to your local hard drive.
After any firmware upgrade
If you are using the FortiGate Web-based Manager, after a firmware upgrade, clear your browser
cache prior to logging in to ensure the GUI is displayed properly.
The AV and IPS engines and definitions included with a firmware upgrade may be older than
ones currently available from FortiGuard. You should update the AV and IPS engines and
definitions right after a firmware upgrade by going to System > Config > FortiGuard, selecting
the blue triangle next to AV & IPS Download Options and selecting the Update Now button.
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Upgrade Information
Upgrading from FortiOS v5.2.0
FortiOS v5.2.1 officially supports upgrade from v5.2.0.
Upgrading from FortiOS 5.0.6 or later
FortiOS v5.2.1 officially supports upgrade from v5.0.6 or later.
Downgrading to previous firmware versions
Downgrading to previous FortiOS versions results in configuration loss on all models. Only the
following settings are retained:
• operation mode
• interface IP/management IP
• static route table
• DNS settings
• VDOM parameters/settings
• admin user account
• session helpers
• system access profiles.
FortiGate VM firmware
Fortinet provides FortiGate VM firmware images for the following VM environments:
Citrix XenServer and Open Source Xen
• .out: Download the 64-bit firmware image to upgrade your existing FortiGate VM
installation.
• .out.OpenXen.zip: Download the 64-bit package for a new FortiGate VM installation.
This package contains the QCOW2 file for Open Source Xen.
• .out.CitrixXen.zip: Download the 64-bit package for a new FortiGate VM installation.
This package contains the Citrix Xen Virtual Appliance (XVA), Virtual Hard Disk (VHD), and
OVF files.
Linux KVM
• .out: Download the 64-bit firmware image to upgrade your existing FortiGate VM
installation.
• .out.kvm.zip: Download the 64-bit package for a new FortiGate VM installation. This
package contains qcow2 that can be used by qemu.
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Microsoft Hyper-V
• .out: Download the 64-bit firmware image to upgrade your existing FortiGate VM
installation.
• .out.hyperv.zip: Download the 64-bit package for a new FortiGate VM installation. This
package contains three folders that can be imported by Hyper-V Manager on Hyper-V 2012.
It also contains the file fortios.vhd in the Virtual Hard Disks folder that can be manually
added to the Hyper-V Manager.
VMware ESX and ESXi
• .out: Download either the 32-bit or 64-bit firmware image to upgrade your existing
FortiGate VM installation.
• .ovf.zip: Download either the 32-bit or 64-bit package for a new FortiGate VM installation.
This package contains Open Virtualization Format (OVF) files for VMware and two Virtual
Machine Disk Format (VMDK) files used by the OVF file during deployment.
Firmware image checksums
The MD5 checksums for all Fortinet software and firmware releases are available at the
Customer Service & Support portal, https://support.fortinet.com. After logging in select
Download > Firmware Image Checksums, enter the image file name including the extension,
and select Get Checksum Code.
Upgrade Information
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Product Integration and Support
FortiOS v5.2.1 support
The following table lists FortiOS v5.2.1 product integration and support information.
Table 2: FortiOS v5.2.1 support information
Web Browsers
• Microsoft Internet Explorer version 11
• Mozilla Firefox version 30
• Google Chrome version 36
Other web browsers may function correctly, but are not
supported by Fortinet.
Explicit Web Proxy Browser
• Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, 10, and 11
• Mozilla Firefox version 27
• Apple Safari version 6.0 (For Mac OS X)
• Google Chrome version 34
Other web browsers may function correctly, but are not
supported by Fortinet.
FortiManager
• v5.0.7 and later
• v5.2.0 and later
You should upgrade your FortiManager prior to upgrading
the FortiGate.
FortiAnalyzer
• v5.0.7 and later
• v5.2.0 and later
You should upgrade your FortiAnalyzer prior to upgrading
the FortiGate.
FortiClient Microsoft Windows
and FortiClient Mac OS X
• v5.2.1
FortiClient iOS
• v5.2.0
FortiClient Android and
FortiClient VPN Android
• v5.2.3
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Table 2: FortiOS v5.2.1 support information (continued)
FortiAP
• v5.2.1
• v5.0.8
You should verify what the current recommended FortiAP
version is for your FortiAP prior to upgrading the FortiAP
units. You can do this by going to the WiFi Controller >
Managed Access Points > Managed FortiAP page in the
Web-based Manager. Under the OS Version column you
will see a message reading A recommended update is
available for any FortiAP that is running an earlier version
than what is recommended.
FortiSwitch OS
• v2.0.3
Supported models: FS-28C, FS-324B-POE, FS-348B,
and FS-448B
FortiSwitch ATCA
• v5.0.3
Supported models: FS-5003A and FS-5003B
FortiController
• v5.0.3
Supported model: FCTL-5103B
FortiSandbox
• v1.4.0 and later
• v1.3.0
Fortinet Single Sign-On (FSSO)
• v4.3 build 0159
The following operating systems are supported:
• Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
• Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard
Edition
• Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit
• Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (32-bit and
64-bit)
• Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit and
64-bit)
• Novell eDirectory 8.8
FSSO does not currently support IPv6.
FortiExplorer
• v2.4 build 1075 and later.
FortiExplorer iOS
• v1.0.4 build 0126 and later
FortiExtender
• v1.0.0 build 0024
Supported models: FEX-20B, FEX-100A, and
FEX-100B
AV Engine
• v5.156
IPS Engine
• v3.051
Virtualization Software
Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Table 2: FortiOS v5.2.1 support information (continued)
Citrix XenServer
• version 5.6 Service Pack 2
• version 6.0 and later
Linux KVM
• CentOS 6.4 (qemu 0.12.1) and later
Microsoft Hyper-V
• Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, 2012, and 2012 R2
Open Source Xen
• version 3.4.3
• version 4.1 and later
VMware
• ESX versions 4.0 and 4.1
• ESXi versions 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, 5.1 and 5.5
Language support
The following table lists FortiOS language support information.
Table 3: FortiOS language support
Language
Web-based Manager
Documentation
English


Chinese (Simplified)

-
Chinese (Traditional)

-
French

-
Japanese

-
Korean

-
Portuguese (Brazil)

-
Spanish (Spain)

-
To change the FortiGate language setting, go to System > Admin > Settings, in View Settings >
Language select the desired language from the drop-down menu.
Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Module support
FortiOS v5.2.1 supports Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC), Fortinet Mezzanine Card (FMC),
Rear Transition Module (RTM), and Fortinet Storage Module (FSM) removable modules. These
modules are not hot swappable. The FortiGate unit must be turned off before a module is
inserted or removed.
Table 4: Supported modules and FortiGate models
AMC/FMC/FSM/RTM Module
FortiGate Model
Module: ASM-S08
FG-310B, FG-620B, FG-621B, FG-3016B,
FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Storage
Module: FSM-064
FG-200B, FG-311B, FG-1240B, FG-3040B,
FG-3140B, FG-3951B
Type: Storage
Module: ASM-FB4
FG-310B, FG-311B, FG-620B, FG-621B,
FG-1240B, FG-3016B, FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: ADM-XB2
FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: ADM-FB8
FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: ASM-FX2
FG-310B, FG-311B, FG-620B, FG-621B,
FG-1240B, FG-3016B, FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Bypass
Module: ASM-CX4
FG-310B, FG-311B, FG-620B, FG-621B,
FG-1240B, FG-3016B, FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Bypass
Module: ASM-CE4
FG-1240B, FG-3810A, FG-3016B, FG-5001A
Type: Security processing
Module: ADM-XE2
FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Security processing
Module: ADM-XD4
FG-3810A, FG-5001A
Type: Security processing
Module: ADM-FE8
FG-3810A
Type: Security processing
Module: RTM-XD2
FG-5001A
Type: Rear transition
Module: ASM-ET4
FG-310B, FG-311B
Type: Security processing
Module: RTM-XB2
FG-5001A
Type: Rear transition
Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Table 4: Supported modules and FortiGate models (continued)
Module: FMC-XG2
FG-3950B, FG-3951B
Type: Security processing
Module: FMC-XD2
FG-3950B, FG-3951B
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: FMC-F20
FG-3950B, FG-3951B
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: FMC-C20
FG-3950B, FG-3951B
Type: Accelerated interface
Module: FMC-XH0
FG-3950B
Type: Security processing
SSL VPN support
SSL VPN standalone client
The following table lists SSL VPN tunnel client standalone installer for the following operating
systems.
Table 5: Operating system and installers
Operating System
Installer
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (32-bit & 64-bit)
2304
Microsoft Windows 8 (32-bit & 64-bit)
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit & 64-bit)
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3(32-bit)
Linux CentOS 6.5 (32-bit & 64-bit)
2304
Linux Ubuntu 12.0.4 (32-bit & 64-bit)
Virtual Desktop for Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit)
2304
Other operating systems may function correctly, but are not supported by Fortinet.
Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
SSL VPN web mode
The following table lists the operating systems and web browsers supported by SSL VPN web
mode.
Table 6: Supported operating systems and web browsers
Operating System
Web Browser
Microsoft Windows 7 32-bit SP1
Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 9, 10 and 11
Mozilla Firefox version 31
Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit SP1
Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 9, 10, and 11
Mozilla Firefox version 31
Linux CentOS version 5.6
Mozilla Firefox version 5.6
Linux Ubuntu version 12.0.4
Mozilla Firefox version 5.6
Mac OS X v10.9 Mavericks
Apple Safari version 7
Other operating systems and web browsers may function correctly, but are not supported by
Fortinet.
SSL VPN host compatibility list
The following table lists the antivirus and firewall client software packages that are supported.
Table 7: Supported Windows XP antivirus and firewall software
Product
Antivirus
Firewall
Symantec Endpoint Protection v11


Kaspersky Antivirus 2009

McAfee Security Center v8.1


Trend Micro Internet Security Pro


F-Secure Internet Security 2009


Table 8: Supported Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit antivirus and firewall software
Product
Antivirus
Firewall


F-Secure Internet Security 2011


Kaspersky Internet Security 2011


McAfee Internet Security 2011


Norton 360™ Version 4.0


Norton™ Internet Security 2011


CA Internet Security Suite Plus Software
AVG Internet Security 2011
Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Table 8: Supported Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit antivirus and firewall software (continued)
Product
Antivirus
Firewall
Panda Internet Security 2011


Sophos Security Suite


Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security


ZoneAlarm Security Suite


Symantec Endpoint Protection Small
Business Edition 12.0


Product Integration and Support
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Resolved Issues
The following issues have been fixed in v5.2.1. For inquires about a particular bug, please
contact Customer Service & Support.
Data Leak Prevention
Table 9: Resolved Data Leak Prevention issues
Bug ID
Description
0240623
DLP filters can be either a file or message type. And FortiGate decides
whether the received data should treated as file or message and applies the
corresponding filters. To avoid these issues, all received packets are treated
the same as files and are submitted to the AV engine as required. If the file
type cannot be detected by the AV engine, packets are checked against the
DLP message filters.
0244347
Handle tabs in headers in the MIME parser to properly extract and display
attribute values in the Web-based Manager.
Endpoint Control
Table 10: Resolved endpoint control issues
Bug ID
Description
0250451
FortiClient does not get VPN settings via Endpoint Control if a special
character is entered in PSK.
Firewall
Table 11: Resolved firewall issues
Bug ID
Description
0217481
SSL inspection stops some applications from running.
0217637
STP forwarding problem in one-arm transparent mode firewall configuration.
Added an STP forwarding option in the CLI.
0230181
The proxyworker process closes the field descriptor but does not remove it
from the epoll process. As a result in will crash in epoll because the
corresponding connection structure has already been released.
0242957
DCE-RPC session helper should open expectations and negotiated high ports
should be allowed by FortiGate.
0244393
Device based policies do not work after a reboot when source is VLAN
interface.
0244552
Some traffic may pass through a higher firewall policy and matches with a
lower policy.
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Table 11: Resolved firewall issues (continued)
Bug ID
Description
0245121
sFlow stops sending raw packet samples.
0245748
SCTP multihome INIT or INIT_ACK packets matching expectation sessions do
not get NAT’ed.
0247568
A RADIUS accounting stop message is sent for users when the FSSO CA
connection is established.
0247954
The ftpd daemon hangs in BUFFER_DOWNLOAD_STATE.
0248396
All policies are grouped in a long list so that lookup takes long time and
consumes CPU.
FortiGate VM
Table 12: Resolved FortiGate VM issues
Bug ID
Description
0244695
RDP sessions between the windows VM in the same VM host fails with data
encryption error. Enabled the large receive offload (LRO) feature in the
VMXNET3 driver.
0250054
When the license status cannot be validated for more than 4 hours or it
changes, FortiGate VM should create an event log entry.
High Availability
Table 13: Resolved high availability issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0214401
An administrative user on a remote authentication server cannot login via the
HA management interface.
0233107
In active-active clusters, the load balancing session from FortiGate to the
backend server is not load balanced to the slave.
0246480
Directly connected routes are lost after port based allocation and/or Sflow is
enabled on the FG-1500D.
0247563
A non-admin account is unable to connect to the ha-mgmt-interface, after
reboot.
0250721
The slave times out when receiving the master configuration if the master has
hundreds of VDOMs.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
IPS
Table 14: Resolved IPS issues
Bug ID
Description
0211967
Beta signatures are created by IPS analysts to test false positives and are
reported to FDS statistics only. These should not be displayed in the
Web-based Manager or system statistics.
0229356
IPS does detect intrusions after upgrade.
0236752,
0247149
Changed IPS signature categorization.
0250112
Support certificate chaining in the server certificate payload.
IPsec VPN
Table 15: Resolved IPsec VPN issues
Bug ID
Description
0235304
IPsec over PPPoE (policy based IPsec) does not work since the DHCP packet
did not go through the tunnel as an encrypted packet. Instead DHCP packets
are broadcast as an unencrypted packet.
0244227
IPsec is sending too many dead peer detection probes.
0246085
iked daemon crashes when using Xauth with FortiToken.
0248916
Since the upgrade to v5.2.0 (from v5.0.7), PKI authentication in firewall
policies is no longer working. When attempting authentication with a client
certificate, the regular authentication prompt is returned.
IPv6
Table 16: Resolved IPv6 issues
Bug ID
Description
0249361
IPv6 via PPPoE does not correctly use the default route learned from RA.
Log & Report
Table 17: Resolved log & report issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0241932
Missing important statistics in the performance statistics log.
0243465
Every miglogd process requests disk usage from FortiAnalyzer every 5
seconds.
0245480
Admin update log message cleanup.
0247483
Logs are not sent to FortiCloud on a FortiGate unit without a hard drive.
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Table 17: Resolved log & report issues (continued)
Bug ID
Description
0248692
The config log fortianalyzer override-setting CLI command
does not accept IP addresses from a FortiAnalyzer configured in global
context.
0251714
The user event log action does not show the authentication method with
explicit proxy.
Routing
Table 18: Resolved routing issues
Bug ID
Description
0226987
FortiGate sends OSPF Hello packets with the VRRP IP address.
0250264
Probing to ping server does not restart if the interface is brought down and up
administratively.
Spam Filter
Table 19: Resolved spam filter issues
Bug ID
Description
0246154
Improved the antispam speed when anti-phishing is enabled.
SSL VPN
Table 20: Resolved SSL VPN issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0223176
The internal IP address issued to the SSL VPN tunnel is not sent in the
RADIUS accounting message.
0229880
SSL VPN web mode does not work with Nexpose application.
0234991
SSL VPN web mode navigation buttons for a specific web page do not work.
0243959
The SVPNCOOKIE does not follow the RFC6265 recommendation. There
should be a space after each key/value pair and attribute.
0244967
Users should not need to enter the token twice for two-factor SMS
authentication when the Windows RADIUS server is used.
0248425
Improper display of a webpage accessed through the bookmark in web mode.
0249074
FortiGate should recognize all groups for SSL VPN.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
System
Table 21: Resolved system issues
Bug ID
Description
0161876,
0240650
Fixed the power supply unit alerting logic.
0228156
Adding overlapping iplists (VIP/ippool) fails without any error messages.
0235714
A sniffer policy on the DMZ port does not work in some configurations.
0237740
SP buffer leak for IPS traffic when sessions are synced.
0242454
Autoupdate tunnelling does not work after upgrade.
0244981
Backing up the FortiGate configuration file using a remote admin user
(RADIUS, TACACS+) results in a small truncated file.
0246371
The DHCP server will not put the updated lease time in its ACK to client's
renew request.
0246489
Unable to configure policy based VPNs when the virtual WAN link is
configured.
0246884
The get system source-ip status CLI command does not show all
source-ip.
0247258
SSH RSA fingerprint not calculated correctly from the actual used key.
0247260
The recovery of a fail-detect interface should move both interfaces up.
0247272
DHCP relay configuration is lost after reboot when an IP address is assigned
to inter VDOM links.
0247718
The IP GEO database is not updated via FDS schedule update feature.
0247826
Increased the scheduled timeout to avoid random CPU15 peaks.
0248333
Unable to authenticate a VDOM admin using a RADIUS wildcard account.
0248460
Cloning an application control profile produces memory corruption errors.
0250813
There is no log entry for DHCP block events when it is not possible to
determine which MAC address is blocked.
Upgrade
Table 22: Resolved upgrade issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0250120
SCP configuration backup with RSA key authentication retrieves only the root
VDOM configuration after upgrading from v5.0 to v5.2.0.
0250678
One of the SSIDs no longer broadcasts after upgrading to v5.2
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
WAN Optimization and Web Proxy
Table 23: Resolved WAN optimization and web proxy issues
Bug ID
Description
0244856
FortiGate may generate a HTTP 502 response if it detects the HTTP server
does not behave normally as per the HTTP RFC.
0246339
When using explicit proxy, web pages should load the same as when not
using the proxy.
0246497
Parsing errors with some MAPI ROP commands.
0248416
HTTP POST request will get stuck on NTLM authentication if multipart
content-type header is present.
0251178
Vimeo video is not cached as expected.
Web-based Manager
Table 24: Resolved Web-based Manager issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0197598
The interface status tooltip for port1-8 in the Unit Operation widget is not
displayed.
0219095
All VDOM interfaces are displayed if a CLI Console in the Web-based Manager
is detached.
0225780
Events are logged with the incorrect user when making changes in jsconsole
with a wildcard user.
0230692
An internal server error message is generated when filtering logs with more
than 10 source IP addresses.
0239368
An internal server error message is generated after log in.
0244219
The SNMP community setting is removed when confirmed in the Web-based
Manager.
0245722
Updated the disk management Format button to Format Disk.
0246743
The VIP object is not displayed in the Web-based Manager when creating a
firewall policy.
0247321
The WAN Opt. & Cache menu is displayed when the feature is disabled.
0247477
Added a checkbox to hide the source port selection by default when creating
new service.
0249007
Interface aliases not displayed in global view.
0249023
An internal server error message is generated when editing a Korean language
address, address group, or policy name.
0250042
VIP address load-balance type not visible in the Web-based Manager.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Table 24: Resolved Web-based Manager issues (continued)
Bug ID
Description
0250100
Unable to load an application control list in the Web-based Manger if the same
application is specified in more than one filter.
0250556
When creating new custom service, the low source port initial value is
incorrect.
Web Filter
Table 25: Resolved web filter issues
Bug ID
Description
0244839
The set ovrd-auth-port-warning CLI command does not allow ports
above 32767.
0249622
The load time of a URL filter list with 50,000 entries should be shorter.
0249899
The RSSO user name length shows only 31 characters in the web filter log.
Wireless
Table 26: Resolved wireless issues
Resolved Issues
Bug ID
Description
0155391
Memory leak observed between the cmdbsvr process and the wireless
controller during associations.
0249045
Cannot forward multicast traffic when DTLS encryption is enabled for
CAPWAP.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Known Issues
The following issues have been identified in v5.2.1. For inquires about a particular bug or to
report a bug, please contact Customer Service & Support.
Endpoint Control
Table 27: Known endpoint control issues
Bug ID
Description
0248014
FortiGate and FortiClient have a discrepancy in displaying their
On-Net/Off-Net status.
Firewall
Table 28: Known firewall issues
Bug ID
Description
0253505
Changing the dedicated-management-cpu configuration may cause an
unstable state.
Workaround: Reboot the device after changing the CPU configuration.
Affected model: FG-3700D
0253592
Firewall may ignore the deny policy rule when used with an authentication
portal.
0254210
Failed to block an EICAR sample on SMB 1.0 and 2.0 protocol when nturbo is
enabled.
IPsec VPN
Table 29: Known IPsec VPN issues
Bug ID
Description
0253651
FortiClient may encounter an IPsec traffic issue with a FortiGate that has NP6
NPU offload enabled.
0254898
An IPsec tunnel interface may not come up after the FortiGate unit reboots if
the tunnel is using DHCP mode.
Workaround options:
• Option 1. After rebooting the FortiGate, manually restart the IPsec daemon
with the following CLI command, diag sys kill 11 <ipsec pid>
• Option 2. Change the IPsec tunnel interface mode from DHCP to static.
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SSL VPN
Table 30: Known SSL VPN issues
Bug ID
Description
0244926
Unable to launch the Linux SSL VPN standalone client in Centos v5.6 due to a
GLIBC error.
System
Table 31: Known system issues
Bug ID
Description
0241646
Traffic may not go through VLAN interfaces based on LAG in transparent
VDOMs.
Workaround: After finish the configuration, perform a reboot operation.
0246126
IPv4 multicast traffic over an IPsec interface cannot be offloaded to NP6.
0246224
SCTP traffic cannot be offloaded on NP6.
0250534
Adding or unsetting a member of an aggregation interface can cause the peer
switch's interface to be down.
0251221
The hardware switch span port does not work on FG-200D-POE and
FG-240D-POE models.
0252947
With a FortiGate previously registered to both FortiManager and FortiCloud, it
will still send management traffic to FortiManager even after it is unregistered
from the FortiManager.
Workaround: Log out and reactivate the FortiCloud account on the FortiGate
after unregistering from FortiManager.
0253641
The inbandwidth limit does not work on NP6 interfaces.
Upgrade
Table 32: Known upgrade issues
Known Issues
Bug ID
Description
0251511
Upgrades to v5.2.1 will encounter a configuration error with the antivirus
service and HTTPS/FTPS/POP3S/IMAPS/SMTPS protocols because such
configurations do not exist in profile-protocol-options.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Web-based Manager
Table 33: Known Web-based Manager issues
Known Issues
Bug ID
Description
0253573
Unable to properly create a new remote user group using the local user
creation wizard due to a missing OK button.
0254300
The FortiSwitch 5203B label is FortiGate 5203B in the main header.
0254301
The FortiGateRugged 100C label is FortiGate 100C in the main header.
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FortiOS v5.2.1 Release Notes
Limitations
Citrix XenServer limitations
The following limitations apply to Citrix XenServer installations:
• XenTools installation is not supported.
• FortiGate VM can be imported or deployed in only the following three formats:
• XVA (recommended)
• VHD
• OVF
• The XVA format comes pre-configured with default configurations for VM name, virtual CPU,
memory, and virtual NIC. Other formats will require manual configuration before the first
power on process.
Open Source Xen limitations
When using Linux Ubuntu version 11.10, Xen version 4.1.0, and libvir version 0.9.2, importing
issues may arise when using the QCOW2 format and existing HDA issues.
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