Citrix SD-WAN

Citrix SD-WAN 10.2.8 Release Notes


This release note describes fixed issues and known issues applicable to Citrix SD-WAN software release 10.2 version 8 for the SD-WAN Standard Edition, WANOP, Premium Edition appliances, and SD-WAN Center.

For information about the previous release versions, see Citrix SD-WAN.

Fixed Issues

SDWANHELP-1299: When a branch establishes a dynamic virtual path with another branch and if WAN-to-WAN forwarding is enabled on the branch, the branch forwards the routes received over the dynamic virtual path to other sites. When the dynamic virtual path goes down, the learned routes are not removed from the other sites.

SDWANHELP-1353: The SD-WAN service might get aborted when WAN links are added for internet load balancing as part of the configuration update.

SDWANHELP-1363: The SD-WAN service might get aborted when ARP entry is updated from host to persistent type.

SDWANHELP-1368: SNMP Walk did not show the correct MAC address information for interfaces.

SDWANHELP-1370: SNMP service enabled after provisioning the SD-WAN Center with the default community string as public causes a vulnerability issue. SD-WAN Center does not support SNMP service. So, the SNMP service is permanently disabled to resolve the vulnerability issue.

SDWANHELP-1433: If an administrator performs a configuration change and activates the configuration containing summary routes, the appliance crashes.

SDWANHELP-1464: The SD-WAN service gets aborted while processing packets received over the intranet service configured over the Private MPLS link that has MPLS queues.

SDWANHELP-1475: During error scenarios, the temporary configuration files are not getting cleaned up and therefore utilize more memory.

NSSDW-22847: On enabling BGP, the Multi-hop option for BGP is selected by default in the GUI. However, the setting is not applied unless you disable and re-enable it.

Known Issues

SDWANHELP-1400: For an internet service route in a non-default routing domain and a path eligibility configured, when the path goes down and the remote site that does not have the given routing domain configured, the internet route is not marked unreachable.

NSSDW-30379: When an appliance on 10.x release is upgraded to 11.x release, the password on 10.x release is copied over to 11.x release. After the upgrade, if you change the password and then downgrade to 10.x release, the changed password is not copied back to 10.x release.

  • Workaround: Remember the password used on the 10.x release before upgrading to the 11.x release.
Citrix SD-WAN 10.2.8 Release Notes