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		                         GNAT BOX SYSTEMS SOFTWARE 
                            VERSION 3.6.1
                            RELEASE NOTES

Author:     Global Technology Associates, Inc.
Product:    GNAT Box System Software version 3.6.1
Date:       10 January 2005 

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GNAT Box System Software version 3.6.1 includes updated versions of the 
following GTA products and utilities:

    GNAT Box System Software     3.6.1
    GBAdmin                      3.6.1

Release notes are located on the installation CD and on GTA's web site.

For more about upgrading related software, see individual product 
release notes.

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CONTENTS
Release Notes sections are categorized first by feature addressed, then 
by the type of change.

1.  INSTALL NOTES

2.  BASIC CONFIGURATION

3.  DNS PROXY OR DNS SERVICE

4.  MAIL SENTINEL EMAIL PROXY SERVICE

5.  OBJECTS

6.  ADMINISTRATION AND REPORTS

7.  LOGGING

8.  GBADMIN

9.  SYSTEM

10. RELEASE NOTES HISTORY

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1.  INSTALL NOTES

    1.1 Entering New Mail Sentinel Subscription Activation Codes

        Mail Sentinel Anti-Spam and Mail Sentinel Anti-Virus users 
        must enter new activation codes for the new version.

    1.2 SSL Certificate Replacement

        Version 3.6.1 will install a new default security/SSL 
        certificate. Some browsers, including Netscape and Mozilla, 
        will not recognize the new certificate if the original has 
        never been replaced. If you are unable to log on to the 
        firewall after upgrading, delete the browser's cached security
        certificate, then close and restart your browser before 
        reattempting remote access to your firewall.

    1.3 Email Proxy Configuration Conversion

        3.6.1 upgrade software converts pre-3.6.1 configuration data 
        (where possible) and disables the email proxy until converted 
        data is verified and re-applied using the new email proxy ACL 
        features. Customers using the Mail Sentinel email proxy should 
        configure and verify the email proxy using the converted data 
        before re-enabling the email proxy service.
        GBSS3600002418


2.  BASIC CONFIGURATION

    2.1 Feature Enhancements


        2.1.1   PPP configuration now only shows COM ports present for
                the current hardware configuration.
                GBSS10002472


    2.2 Bug Fixes

        2.2.1   PPP configurations for ISDN no longer ignore un-checking 
                the "Don't bond channels" check box.
                GBSS3610002473


3.  DNS PROXY OR DNS SERVICE

    3.1  Feature Enhancements

        3.1.1   All DNS requests made over a single connection are now 
                logged as discrete events.
                GBSS3610002459


4.  MAIL SENTINEL EMAIL PROXY SERVICE

    4.1 New Features

        4.1.1   A switch to match the ACL destination domain two 
                different ways (only if all email recipients match, or 
                if any email recipients match) was added.
                GBSS3610002456


5.   OBJECTS

    5.1 Bug Fixes

        5.1.1   When editing address objects with greater than 35 
                members in the web interface, address objects no longer 
                become uneditable.
                GBSS3610002528


6.  ADMINISTRATION AND REPORTS

    6.1 New Features

        6.1.1   Mail Sentinel Anti-Span and Mail Sentinel Anti-Virus 
                option user leases and lease overrun information was
                added.
                GBSS3610002578

    6.2 Feature Enhancements

        6.2.1   Mail Sentinel ACL statistics were added to the emailed 
                configuration summary.
                GBSS3610002548

    6.3 Bug Fixes

        6.3.1   Control-R reset command now presents a reset prompt on 
                the GB-250 and GB-250e.
                GBSS3610002520


7.  LOGGING

    7.1 Feature Enhancements

        7.1.1   The source and destination port of FTP data sessions are 
                now logged.
                GBSS3610002460

        7.1.2   TCP/UDP port 0 connections now log the source and 
                destination port.
                GBSS3610002461

        7.1.3   ICMP type 0 connections are now logged with the ICMP 
                type.
                GBSS3610002462

        7.1.4   Additional NTP information (old time, new time, time 
                reset notice, NTP peers) is now logged.
                GBSS3610002514

        7.1.5   ICMP response messages (including traceroute traffic) 
                are now allowed when associated with active bridged IP 
                connections, and will not be logged by default.
                GBSS3610002467
    7.2 Bug Fixes

        7.2.1   Email alarms are now generated when coalescing is set 
                to 0.
                GBSS3610002550

8.  GBADMIN

    8.1 Feature Enhancements

        8.1.1   GBAdmin now updates the GB-Commander H2A configuration 
                on H2A slave firewalls with the master H2A configuration.
                GBAD3610002576

    8.2 Bug Fixes

        8.2.1   Interface objects can now be used within address 
                objects.
                GBAS3610002589
                
        8.2.2   When saving static address mappings whose destination is
                an H2A object or IP alias, the destination interface no 
                longer changes to "????".
                GBAS3610002588
                
        8.2.3   When an "ANY" option is selected in the Hosts/Networks 
                section and it is saved, the interface no longer changes 
                to "????".
                GBAD3610002587


9.  SYSTEM

    9.1 Feature Enhancements

        9.1.1   ICMP response messages (including traceroute traffic) 
                are now allowed when associated with active bridged IP 
                connections.
                GBSS3610002467

        9.1.2   Unused T/TCP (RFC 1644) support removed;firewall no longer 
                responds to SYN and FIN signals with SYN and ACK 
                signals.
                GBSS3610002477

10. RELEASE NOTES HISTORY

    10.1    Previous Release Notes
            These notes cover the 3.6.1 release of GNAT Box System 
            Software. Release notes for previous versions can be found at 
            GTA's web site, www.gta.com.

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