Applies To:Show Versions
- 11.5.3, 11.5.2, 11.5.1, 11.2.1
In October 2014, Apple posted the release of the iOS Edge Client version 2.0.4. This release fixes the issue with Edge Client unable to work on iOS 6 devices. Users should download this new version from the app store. For operational differences with SSL VPN between iOS 8 and previous iOS releases, refer to documentation from Apple.
- User documentation for this release
- Fixes in 2.0.4
- Behavior changes in 2.0.4
- Features and enhancements in 2.0.4
- Known issues in 2.0.4
- Contacting F5 Networks
- Legal notices
User documentation for this release
For a comprehensive list of documentation that is relevant to this release, refer to the following pages:
Fixes in 2.0.4
|482648||Previously, a user of iOS 6 devices was could not establish VPN connections with iOS Edge Client 2.0.3. With iOS Edge Client 2.0.4, a user can now establish VPN connections.|
|482882||Previously, Edge Client failed to start a VPN connection using a URL scheme if there were no configurations already added to Edge Client. A user would see the following error message: Unable to start VPN connection. Reason: There is an active VPN connection in progress. This issue is now fixed.|
Behavior changes in 2.0.4
|482900||Previously on iOS 7, a domain in a NeverConnect list only prevents a particular host from triggering a VPN connection. Once a VPN connection is triggered, access to that NeverConnect list was still be able to resolve and traffic can go through the tunnel. On iOS 8, a domain in a NeverConnect list prevents that host from being resolved, impeding traffic going to those domains even if a user manually establishes a VPN connection.|
Features and enhancements in 2.0.4
There are no new features or enhancements in this release.
Known issues in 2.0.4
There are no known issues in this release.
Contacting F5 Networks
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