Cisco Cisco Firepower Management Center 4000 Release Notes

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Version 5.2.0.2
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Version 5.2.0.2
Original Publication: October 18, 2013
Last Updated: October 18, 2013 
These release notes are valid for Version 5.2.0.2 of the Sourcefire 3D System. 
Even if you are familiar with the update process, make sure you thoroughly read 
and understand these release notes, which describe supported platforms, new 
and changed features and functionality, known and resolved issues, as well as 
product and web browser compatibility. They also contain detailed information on 
prerequisites, warnings, and specific installation and uninstallation instructions for 
the following appliances:
DC500, DC750, DC1000, DC1500, DC3000, and DC3500 Defense Centers
3D500, 3D1000, 3D2000, 3D2100, 3D2500, 3D3500, 3D4500, 3D6500, 
7000 Series, 8000 Series, and 3D9900 managed devices
64-bit virtual Defense Centers and managed devices
To update appliances running at least Version 5.2 of the Sourcefire 3D System to 
Version 5.2.0.2, see the procedures outlined in 
IMPORTANT!
You must reimage appliances running Version 4.10.x of the system 
to Version 5.2 before you install this update. For more information and reimage 
instructions, see the Version 5.2 Sourcefire 3D System Release Notes and the 
Sourcefire 3D System Installation Guide.
TIP!
For detailed information on the Sourcefire 3D System, refer to the online 
help or download the Sourcefire 3D System User Guide from the Support Site.

Summary of Contents of release notes for Cisco Cisco Firepower Management Center 4000

  • Page 1 SOURCEFIRE 3D SYSTEM RELEASE NOTES Version 5.2.0.2 Original Publication: October 18, 2013 Last Updated: October 18, 2013 These release...
  • Page 2: Before You Begin: Important Update and Compatibility Notes Updates to Sourcefire Documentation For more information, see the following sections: • Updates to Sourcefire Documentation on page 2...
  • Page 3 Before You Begin: Important Update and Compatibility Notes Configuration and Event Backup Guidelines Before you begin the update, Sourcefire...
  • Page 4 Before You Begin: Important Update and Compatibility Notes regardless of how you configured any inline sets, switching, routing, NAT,...
  • Page 5: Updating Your Appliances Updating Your Appliances Screen Resolution Compatibility Sourcefire recommends selecting a screen resolution that is at least 1280 pixels wide....
  • Page 6 Updating Your Appliances Virtual Appliance Operating System Requirements You can host 64-bit virtual Sourcefire appliances on the following hosting...
  • Page 7 Updating Your Appliances Configuration and Event Backup Guidelines Before you begin the update, Sourcefire strongly recommends that you back...
  • Page 8 Updating Your Appliances applies it to the secondary device, which goes into maintenance mode until any necessary processes restart...
  • Page 9 Updating Your Appliances Updating a Defense Center Use the procedure in this section to update your Defense Centers, including...
  • Page 10 Updating Your Appliances 6. Select System > Updates. The Product Updates tab appears. 7. Click the install icon next...
  • Page 11 Updating Your Appliances 15. Reapply device configurations to all managed devices. TIP! To reactivate a grayed-out Apply button, edit...
  • Page 12 Updating Your Appliances 2. Update the Sourcefire software on the devices’ managing Defense Center; see Updating a Defense Center...
  • Page 13 Updating Your Appliances 10. Verify that the appliances in your deployment are successfully communicating and that there are no...
  • Page 14 Updating Your Appliances 2. Download the appropriate update from the Sourcefire Support Site: • for Series 2 Defense Centers:...
  • Page 15: Uninstalling the Update Uninstalling the Update Uninstalling the Update The following sections help you uninstall the Version 5.2.0.2 update from your appliances:...
  • Page 16 Uninstalling the Update Uninstalling the Update from Stacked Devices All devices in a stack must run the same version...
  • Page 17 Uninstalling the Update Uninstalling the Update from a Managed Device The following procedure explains how to use the local...
  • Page 18 Uninstalling the Update 5. Click the install icon next to the uninstaller that matches the update you want to...
  • Page 19 Uninstalling the Update 3. At the CLI prompt, type expert to access the bash shell. 4. At the bash...
  • Page 20: Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 5. Click the install icon next to the uninstaller that matches the update you...
  • Page 21 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • Resolved an issue where traffic matched an access control policy block rule and...
  • Page 22 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • Resolved an issue where the intrusion policy comparison view stalled if the option...
  • Page 23 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • When navigating from a Custom Analysis dashboard widget to an event viewer page,...
  • Page 24 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • Resolved an issue where reports generated graphs and charts without labels for portscan...
  • Page 25 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • If you use a Serial Over LAN (SOL) connection to restore a 3D7010,...
  • Page 26 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • Resolved an issue where the system truncated text in long syslog messages. (118816)...
  • Page 27 Issues Resolved in Version 5.2.0.2 • Resolved an issue where the system did not log correlation rules that referenced...
  • Page 28: Known Issues Known Issues Known Issues The following known issues were reported in Version 5.2.0.2: • In some cases, the system...
  • Page 29 Known Issues Known Issues Discovered in Previous Releases The following is a list of known issues that were discovered...
  • Page 30 Known Issues • In rare cases, the system may require up to 3 hours to complete an update or...
  • Page 31: Features Introduced in Previous Versions Features Introduced in Previous Versions Features Introduced in Previous Versions No new features were introduced in Version 5.2.0.2. Functionality...
  • Page 32 Features Introduced in Previous Versions You can perform AMP, which requires Protection and Malware licenses, using any Series 3...
  • Page 33 Features Introduced in Previous Versions sharing, a midstream pickup matches the existing connection and the connection continues to be...
  • Page 34 Features Introduced in Previous Versions Policy-Based NAT Version 5.2 introduces the ability to create a network address translation (NAT)...
  • Page 35 Features Introduced in Previous Versions Drop BPDUs Support The drop Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs) configuration added in Version...
  • Page 36 Features Introduced in Previous Versions Network Discovery Two new areas of functionality have been added to network discovery for...
  • Page 37 Features Introduced in Previous Versions SSL Application Detection Version 5.2 adds many new application detectors for applications in SSL...
  • Page 38: For Assistance For Assistance For Assistance If you are a new customer, thank you for choosing Sourcefire. Please visit https://support.sourcefire.com/ to...
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