MX 19.1.3 - Unknown change log for the moment

RaphaelL
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MX 19.1.3 - Unknown change log for the moment

Security appliance firmware versions MX 19.1.3 changelog

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  • Custom MX 19.1.3 version
  • Please contact support for more details.

 

 

 

 

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PhilipDAth
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It's on a need-to-know basis.  🙂

 

I don't know.  😞

RWelch
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RWelch
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framework for future features....say it twice🤣

jimmyt234
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Say it loud so the people in the back can hear: 

  • There is an increased risk of encountering device stability and performance issues on all platforms and across all configurations.
Paccers
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Snuck it out in time for Cisco Live feature announcements? 👀

cmr
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Anyone brave enough to try it...? 😈

AnythingHosted
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definitely not. I've managed to keep my MX75 stable and on for over a week now (previous firmware had issues and I had to unplug every so often).

rhbirkelund
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Well, looks good so far.

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Only running for about 10 minutes, so lets see what happens..

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LEDs still indicate upgrade/searching for cloud..

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White LED and green dashboard.

Let's see how this goes.

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cmr
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@rhbirkelund on the bleeding edge!  I'll try it as well 🤞

At first glance, it doesn't look like features have been release to the dashboard yet. Still looks pretty much tha same, with no added functionality.

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From what it looks like, there's not much to report just yet.

Here's what it seems to be talking to. Some Meraki and DNS.

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Not entirely sure, shy it wants to talk to my upstream MX's internet ip on port 55591. I don't see udp/55591 mentioned in the Firewall Info page, and it don'es seem like the internet has info on what this port is for.

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Network-Wide settings page on MX19 looks different from my MX18 page, and has the option to enable NetFlow collector.

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I haven't seen this one before. Could this be a new feature on the dashboard?

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Ryan_Miles
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Upgraded my MX95. No issues to report so far.

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cmr
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MX75 running full SDWAN+ feature set been stable for almost 24 hours now 👍

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I don't see any obvious new features though...

cmr
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Been running for 2 weeks now.  No stability issues, no performance issues and it uses less CPU in my setup than the previous 18.107.10 version.

 

Time to promote to stable 😉

RaphaelL
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This notice was added : Important notice As of MX 19.1, Cisco Meraki will no longer support USB-based Cellular Failover on the MX and Z platforms.

 

Will edit main post.

AnythingHosted
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So the USB port on my MX75 will become useless? 

It seemed to work quite well with the USB failover that came with the BT Business.

RaphaelL
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As of today ( 2024-06-25 ) : 

 

Important notice

  • As of MX 19.1, Cisco Meraki will no longer support USB-based Cellular Failover on the MX and Z platforms.

What's new

  • Stability enhancements and framework for future features

Supported products notice

  • VMX-XL appliances are not yet supported in the MX 19.1 beta. VMX-XL appliances that are configured for this version will not upgrade.

Legacy products notice

  • When configured for this version, Z1 devices will run MX 14.56.
  • When configured for this version, MX400 and MX600 devices will run MX 16.16.9.
  • When configured for this version, MX64(W), MX65(W), MX84, MX100, and vMX100 devices will run MX 18.107.10.

Known issues

  • There is an increased risk of encountering device stability and performance issues on all platforms and across all configurations.
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