What's New in 3.4.2

This version of the Airwall Solution includes several usability and functionality improvements that can simplify and streamline the setup and diagnostics for an Airwall secure network.

Local Airwall Overlay network

Airwall Gateways now have a local overlay network to better manage east-west traffic. See Adding trust between devices in the local overlay network.
Local overlay network

Port group devices

Port group overlay IP and network devices are a new device type that represent IPs on Airwall Gateways, which allow you to more easily configure east-west policy between overlay port groups. There are two types of port group devices: a port group network device is the local network of the port group, while a port group IP device is the IP configured on the port group. See Configuring port group devices

Overlay DHCP client

Airwall Gateways now support assigning overlay IP addresses with DHCP, making it easier to setup an Airwall to allow access in an existing environment. See Set up Overlay Port Groups.

Support for WebSocket relay proxy

The WebSocket relay proxy allows Airwalls to function in environments where the TCP 8096 and UDP 10500 ports are not working by using the HTTPS TCP 443 port for all traffic. See Configuring a Conductor IP, Friendly URL, or Port and Creating WebSocket Relay certificate.

New search filters in Conductor Query Language

Use these additional filter properties to better search with the Conductor Query Language:
  • apiUUID
  • isPortMirrorSource
  • isPortMirrorDestination
  • hasCell
  • hasWifi
  • connectedVia
See Search by expression with the Conductor Query Language.

See further smart device group information in the Overlay page

You can now see further smart device group information in the Conductor’s Overlay page when you double click on the smart device group in the visualization window. See See the Trust Relationships in an Overlay network.

New bypass gateway tab

You can now see which Airwalls currently use a selected bypass gateway in the new bypass tab, Airwalls > Bypass. See Backhaul Bypass.
Bypass tab

See the API UUID for monitors in Conductor

You can now see the API UUID in the event monitor wizard. See Create an Event Monitor.
Event monitor wizard

Simplified Airwall relay configuration steps

You can now more easily configure an Airwall Gateway as an Airwall Relay using the Airwall relay tab. See Set Up an Airwall Relay.
Airwall relay tab

Pinned page folders

You can now use folders to better organise your pinned pages. See The Conductor Dashboard.
Airwall relay tab

New and Updated Help

Here is the new and updated content published since our last release: