I tried it with 60D by forgetting about our office 60D policies use a zone that includes a physical interface (non-tagged) and multiple VLAN subinterfaces (tagged) after read through the release notes and noticed the caution "all members of the zone would be dropped". Sure enough it did.
After a TT with TAC and some own tests with another test 60D, I decided going back to 5.4.8 for the office 60D. Because only way to restore the zone (original set of policies) with all members is to remove all VLANs on the physical interface and put the phy interface as a sole member of the zone first. Then you can recreate all VLANs I removed then put them in the zone. Not only DHCP servers but some other widgets monitoring usage need to be removed before I can remove VLANs. In the middle trying this process I gave up and decided to wait the next release, 5.6.5. TAC gave me the bug ID but it's not in the "known issues" list in the release notes.
Anybody know details of the known issue: 462080 (with FortiSwitch-Controller/FortiLink) FG-300E reboots with kernel panic errors? I may be moving from a 5.4.8 300D to a 5.6.4 300E and would like to not get burned.
5.6.4 still has some annoying GUI and FAZ related known issues, but most aren't blockers.
This looks like the first 5.6 build that we might consider moving to from 5.4.
If anybody has moved a production system over to 5.6.4 would appreciate hearing how it's going for you. Thanks!
I don't understand how Fortinet may pass QA review with such critical know bugs :
448247 Traffic-shaper in shaping policy does not work for specific application category like as P2P
Hey fortinet, do you know Microsoft issued a new version of windows 10 this week and the traffic shaper is the only way of mitigating tons of PCs trying to download Windows 10 at the same time (using a traffic-shaper on the Update application category !).
So for us, we stay once more on the 5.4 train, waiting for a 5.6 stable version and waiting one more year before daring to test 6.0 train in production !.
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