As we strive to make 2023 our best year yet, our development team has been hard at work improving our platform. With the release of version 6.1, we’ve introduced new support and features to help you take your network operations to the next level!
Network Address Translation (NAT) is a common technology used on firewalls, translating the IP address used by the host when the user wants to connect to applications in our internal network. The translated IP address is a key piece of information used to identify the user.
We have introduced Network Address Translation (NAT) support for the following vendors:
We have added basic support for new vendors, expanding our supported vendor list – devices from these vendors can now be found during the IP Fabric discovery process:
Aside from these new additions, we have also been busy expanding the support for some of our other previously introduced vendors:
Forcepoint - In 6.0, we added basic discovery for Forcepoint devices – With 6.1, we have expanded discovery to include more detailed information, including on firewalls and IPsec VPN.
Brocade – We have introduced stack support, and end-of-life (EoL) information.
Ruckus - EoL information has also been added.
AWS – We have updated the IAM policy (NOTE: If AWS discovery was already configured, it will need to be updated to include the IAM change).
We added support for FabricPath in end-to-end path tracing for Cisco.
We have implemented support for devices implementing policy-based routing configurations for Cisco (IOS, IOS-XE, NX-OS), FortiGate (Fortinet), and HP (Comware) devices.
You can download our datasheet for a comprehensive list of our current features.
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