Novell

This is Your Open EnterpriseTM

BorderManager 3.8 Support Pack5 Interim Release 1

This document (5007301) is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of this document.

patches this patch supersedes

This patch does not supersede any other patches.

patches that supersede this patch

This patch is not superseded by any other patches.

patch attributes

Security patch: No
Priority: Recommended
Distribution Type: Public

document

Revision: 6
Document ID: 5007301
Creation Date: 2007-12-04 12:04:39
Modified Date: 2008-05-14 17:47:07

abstract

The BorderManager 3.8 post Support Pack 5 Interim release 1 patch contains updates for services contained in the Border Manager 3.8 release. Novell recommends that customers on Border Manager 3.8 SP5 code apply this patch. The purpose of the patch is to provide a bundle of fixes for issues that have surfaced since Novell Border Manager 3.8 SP5 was released.

details

Overview: This Novell Border Manager 3.8 Support Pack 5 Interim release 1 patch readme contains a list of installation instructions in order to successfully apply the patch, as well as a description of the issues fixed in it.

System Requirements: BorderManager 3.8 with BorderManager Support Pack 5 applied. Before installing any of the included updates, make sure that a backup of the existing configuration and related files is performed before proceeding.

Installation:
Copy *.nlm to sys:\system
Copy clntrust.exe to sys:\public

Problems fixed and known issues:
For the complete list of issues fixed and known issues, please look at the online readme link or readme file included with the BM38SP5_IR1 release.

Feature Enhancement:
Customizing Grace Login notification popup.

Security Vulnerability Fixes:
Novell Client Trust Vulnerability
Proxy authentication bypassed
Bypass %uff encoded data in HTTP POST method

Defect Fixes:
Proxy might abend in one of these functions:
- oc_requestStart()
- LogServerConnection()
- ProcessRequest()
Proxy might abend in aclcheck.nlm when rules are modified in a cluster setup.
Novell BorderManager proxy might lock hard with 200 or more connections, if Terminal Server Authentication is enabled.
Server might see an increase in ECB used by proxy due to the rescheduling of scheduled WorkToDo's.
Server might see memory leak when proxy receives streaming packets.
Novell BorderManager will abend when mail proxy has lost communication with POP3 server.
SSL authentication randomly fails with Safari 2.0 browser.
Option 17 in Proxy Console screen displays blank screen.
Proxy might abend when PRTG tool is used for SNMP monitoring.
DNS proxy continues to listen on TCP port 53 even though DNS over TCP is disabled in NWAdmin.

file contents

Files IncludedSizeDate
readme_BM38SP5_IR1.pdf69.1 KB (70818)2007-12-04 11:43:46
BM38SP5_IR1.zip951.2 KB (974051)2007-12-04 11:43:46
readme_BM38SP5_IR1.rtf128.2 KB (131373)2007-12-04 11:43:46
readme_5007301.htmlN/A2008-05-14 17:47:08

disclaimer

The Origin of this information may be internal or external to Novell. Novell makes all reasonable efforts to verify this information. However, the information provided in this document is for your information only. Novell makes no explicit or implied claims to the validity of this information. Any trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners. Consult your product manuals for complete trademark information.

Novell is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries. SUSE is a registered trademark of SUSE Linux AG, a Novell business. *All third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

© 2007 Novell, Inc. All Rights Reserved.