Release Notes: The main reason for this release is to add the Common Criteria (CC EAL4+) Certified architecture to Astaro Security Gateway. Some issues with the HTTP/S proxy (Web Filter) have been addressed.
Release Notes: This small Up2Date is a stability release designed to enhance the reliability of your Astaro Security Gateway, mainly to fix minor issues in the HTTP/S proxy.
Release Notes: This release is designed to enhance reliability and stability, and also updates the localization texts for Chinese, French, and Korean.
Release Notes: This big new release adds wireless support, transparent/split modes and a deployment helper for RED, German and Japanese language support, uplink balancing mixed mode, and HTTP parent proxy routing. It also changes the licensing, so DNS routing is available with any subscription now. Usability was improved. A problem with QoS and RED was fixed.
Release Notes: This is the second release candidate before the release of ASG 8.100. Besides various bugfixes, it also includes a German and Japanese manual and online help.
Release Notes: This Up2Date is also titled Release Candidate 1 for ASG 8.100. So not much more is expected to change until the final release, except for some minor bugfixes such as those that are included in this version.
Release Notes: This is a small bugfix Up2Date within the BETA series of ASG 8.1, which also fixes the problem with MAC address changes of the WLAN interface.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix update for the beta of the upcoming version 8.1 of ASG.
Release Notes: This Up2Date includes the new feature Split DNS for RED Transparent/Split mode, and allows DNS routing to any subscription. It fixes an HTTP proxy crash if IPv6 DNS request times out, an issue with the confidentiality footer on incoming mail, an issue with the FTP proxy in Transparent Mode, installation problems on ASG 220rev4, 320rev4, and 425a, and an invisible Broadcom 44xx/47xx card.
Release Notes: This beta release introduces Astaro Access Points support for ASG managed wireless networks, a RED transparent/split mode, a redesign of SMTP profiles, HTTP parent proxy routing, improved Object Tables, an uplink balancing mixed mode, and much more.