Supplemental Document : BIG-IP 16.1.3.1 Fixes and Known Issues

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BIG-IP APM

  • 16.1.3

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  • 16.1.3

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  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP LTM

  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP PEM

  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP AFM

  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP FPS

  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP DNS

  • 16.1.3

BIG-IP ASM

  • 16.1.3
Updated Date: 07/28/2022

BIG-IP Release Information

Version: 16.1.3.1
Build: 11.0

Note: This content is current as of the software release date
Updates to bug information occur periodically. For the most up-to-date bug data, see Bug Tracker.

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Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.3 that are included in this release
Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2.2 that are included in this release
Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2.1 that are included in this release
Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2 that are included in this release
Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.1 that are included in this release
Known Issues in BIG-IP v16.1.x

Vulnerability Fixes

ID Number CVE Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1043281-6 CVE-2021-3712 K19559038, BT1043281 OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2021-3712 16.1.3.1


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1036057-1 3-Major BT1036057 Add support for line folding in multipart parser. 16.1.3.1
1025261-3 3-Major BT1025261 Restjavad uses more resident memory in control plane after software upgrade 16.1.3.1
1006921-1 3-Major   iRules Hardening 16.1.3.1


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1120433-2 1-Blocking BT1120433 Removed gtmd and big3d daemon from the FIPS-compliant list 16.1.3.1
989517-3 2-Critical BT989517 Acceleration section of virtual server page not available in DHD 16.1.3.1
957637-1 2-Critical BT957637 The pfmand daemon can crash when it starts. 16.1.3.1
936501-1 2-Critical BT936501 Scp to /var/local/ucs or /var/local/scf is not allowed when fips140 or common criteria mode is enabled 16.1.3.1
1097193-2 2-Critical BT1097193 Unable to SCP files using WinSCP or relative path name 16.1.3.1
1076921-1 2-Critical BT1076921 Log hostname should be consistent when it contains ' . ' 16.1.3.1
1048853-1 2-Critical BT1048853 "IKE VBUF" memory leak debug. 16.1.3.1
1041865-4 2-Critical BT1041865 Correctable machine check errors [mce] should be suppressed 16.1.3.1
992121-4 3-Major BT992121 REST "/mgmt/tm/services" endpoint is not accessible 16.1.3.1
919357-8 3-Major   iControl REST hardening 16.1.3.1
720610-4 3-Major BT720610 Automatic Update Check logs false 'Update Server unavailable' message on every run 13.1.3, 14.1.2.7, 16.1.3.1
1123149 3-Major BT1123149 Sys-icheck fail for /etc/security/opasswd 16.1.3.1
1120685 3-Major BT1120685 Unable to update the password in the CLI when password-memory is set to > 0 16.1.3.1
1091345-2 3-Major BT1091345 The /root/.bash_history file is not carried forward by default during installations. 16.1.3.1
1087621-1 3-Major BT1087621 IKEv2: IPsec CREATE_CHILD_SA (IKE) fails due to bad ECP payload 16.1.3.1
1066673-1 3-Major   BIG-IP Configuration Utility(TMUI) does not follow best practices for managing active sessions 16.1.3.1
1048137-2 3-Major BT1048137 IPsec IKEv1 intermittent but consistent tunnel setup failures 16.1.3.1
1042737-4 3-Major BT1042737 BGP sending malformed update missing Tot-attr-len of '0. 16.1.3.1
1024661-3 3-Major   SCTP forwarding flows based on VTAG for bigproto 16.1.3.1
740321-1 4-Minor   iControl SOAP API does not follow current best practices 16.1.3.1
1090569-1 4-Minor BT1090569 After enabling a TLS virtual server, TMM crashes with SIGFPE and 1 hour later with SIGSEGV 16.1.3.1
1080317-3 4-Minor BT1080317 Logged hostname not consistent when hostname contains "." 16.1.3.1
1071621-1 4-Minor BT1071621 Increase the number of supported traffic selectors 16.1.3.1
1067105-2 4-Minor BT1067105 Racoon logging shows incorrect SA length. 16.1.3.1
1055925-1 4-Minor   TMM may crash while processing traffic on AWS 16.1.3.1


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
944381-2 2-Critical BT944381 Dynamic CRL checking for client certificate is not working when TLS1.3 is used. 16.1.3.1
881809-8 2-Critical   serverssl profile hardening 16.1.3.1
780857-4 2-Critical BT780857 HA failover network disruption when cluster management IP is not in the list of unicast addresses 16.1.3.1
1113549-3 2-Critical BT1113549 System boots into an inoperative state after installing engineering hotfix with FIPS140-2/140-3 License&start; 16.1.3.1
1110205-2 2-Critical BT1110205 SSL::collect in CLIENTSSL_DATA prevents orderly connection shutdown 16.1.3.1
1104493-1 2-Critical   Client-side abort during server-side establishment may cause tmm to behave abnormally in HTTP MRF proxy 16.1.3.1
1087469-2 2-Critical BT1087469 iRules are not triggered when an SSL client connects to a BIG-IP system using an empty certificate. 16.1.3.1
1087217-2 2-Critical BT1087217 TMM crash as part of the fix made for ID912209 16.1.3.1
1086677-4 2-Critical BT1086677 TMM Crashes in xvprintf() because of NULL Flow Key 16.1.3.1
1080581-1 2-Critical BT1080581 Virtual server creation is not allowed to have TCP, UDP and HTTP together with Client or Server SSL Profiles.&start; 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3.1
1074517-1 2-Critical BT1074517 Tmm may core while adding/modifying traffic-class attached to a virtual server 16.1.3.1
1073841-1 2-Critical   URI normalization does not function as expected 14.1.5, 16.1.3.1
1073609-4 2-Critical BT1073609 Tmm may core while using reject iRule command in LB_SELECTED event. 16.1.3.1
1020645 2-Critical BT1020645 When HTTP CONNECT is sent, iRule event HTTP_RESPONSE_RELEASE is not triggered 15.1.4.1, 16.1.3.1
999881-6 3-Major BT999881 Tcl command 'string first' not working if payload contains Unicode characters. 16.1.3.1
972517-7 3-Major   Appliance mode hardening 14.1.5, 16.1.3.1
948985-3 3-Major BT948985 Workaround to address Nitrox 3 compression engine hang 16.1.3.1
922413-8 3-Major BT922413 Excessive memory consumption with ntlmconnpool configured 16.1.3.1
748886-4 3-Major BT748886 Virtual server stops passing traffic after modification 16.1.3.1
1109833-1 3-Major BT1109833 HTTP2 monitors not sending request 16.1.3.1
1091761-1 3-Major   Mqtt_message memory leaks when iRules are used 16.1.3.1
1084013-4 3-Major   TMM does not follow TCP best practices 16.1.3.1
1082225-4 3-Major BT1082225 Tmm may core while Adding/modifying traffic-class attached to a virtual server. 16.1.3.1
1076397-1 3-Major   TMSH hardening 16.1.3.1
1073549-1 3-Major   TMSH hardening 16.1.3.1
1073357-2 3-Major   TMM may crash while processing HTTP traffic 14.1.5, 16.1.3.1
1070789 3-Major BT1070789 SSL fwd proxy invalidating certificate even through bundle has valid CA 16.1.3.1
1068445-1 3-Major BT1068445 TCP duplicate acks are observed in speed tests for larger requests 16.1.3.1
1067505-4 3-Major   TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic with HTTP::respond 16.1.3.1
1060989 3-Major   Improper handling of HTTP::collect 16.1.3.1
1053149-1 3-Major BT1053149 A FastL4 TCP connection which is yet to fully establish fails to update its internal SEQ space when a new SYN is received. 16.1.3.1
1043805-3 3-Major BT1043805 ICMP traffic over NAT does not work properly. 16.1.3.1
1036169-4 3-Major BT1036169 VCMPD rsync server max connection limit: guest "Exit flags for PID 17299: 0x500". 16.1.3.1
1022453-4 3-Major BT1022453 IPv6 fragments are dropped when packet filtering is enabled. 16.1.3.1
1006157-3 3-Major BT1006157 FQDN nodes not repopulated immediately after 'load sys config' 16.1.3.1
987885-6 4-Minor BT987885 Half-open unclean SSL termination might not close the connection properly 16.1.3.1
1104073-2 4-Minor BT1104073 Use of iRules command whereis with "isp" or "org" options may cause TCL object leak. 16.1.3.1
1063637-4 4-Minor   NTLM library hardening 16.1.3.1


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1077701-1 2-Critical BT1077701 GTM "require M from N" monitor rules do not report when the number of "up" responses change 16.1.3.1
984749-1 3-Major BT984749 Discrepancy between DNS cache statistics "Client Summary" and "Client Cache." 16.1.3.1
1091249-2 3-Major BT1091249 BIG-IP DNS and Link Controller systems may use an incorrect IPv6 translation address. 16.1.3.1
1078669-2 3-Major   iRule command “RESOLVER::name_lookup” returns null for TCP resolver with TC (truncated) flag set. 16.1.3.1
1071301-1 3-Major BT1071301 GTM server does not get updated even when the virtual server status changes. 16.1.3.1
1071233-1 3-Major BT1071233 GTM Pool Members may not be updated accurately when multiple identical database monitors are configured 16.1.3.1
950069-1 4-Minor BT950069 Zonerunner can't edit TXT records containing a + symbol - "Resolver returned no such record" 16.1.3.1
1084673-2 4-Minor BT1084673 GTM Monitor "require M from N" status change log message does not print pool name 16.1.3.1


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1048685-4 2-Critical BT1048685 Rare TMM crash when using Bot Defense Challenge 16.1.3.1
1015881-4 2-Critical BT1015881 TMM might crash after configuration failure 16.1.3.1
886533-5 3-Major BT886533 Icap server connection adjustments 16.1.3.1
1085729-2 3-Major   bd may crash while processing specific request 16.1.3.1
1083913-2 3-Major BT1083913 Missing error check in ICAP handling 16.1.3.1
1082461-2 3-Major BT1082461 The enforcer cores during a call to 'ASM::raise' from an active iRule 16.1.3.1
1078765-1 3-Major BT1078765 Arcsight remote log with 200004390,200004389 signatures in the request may crash the enforcer. 16.1.3.1
1062493-1 3-Major BT1062493 BD crash close to it's startup 16.1.3.1
1056957-1 3-Major BT1056957 An attack signature can be bypassed under some scenarios. 16.1.3.1
1036305-5 3-Major BT1036305 "Mandatory request body is missing" violation in staging but request is unexpectedly blocked 16.1.3.1
1030133-2 3-Major   BD core on XML out of memory 16.1.3.1
1014973-5 3-Major BT1014973 ASM changed cookie value. 16.1.3.1
948241-4 4-Minor   Count Stateful anomalies based only on Device ID 16.1.3.1
947333-2 4-Minor BT947333 Irrelevant content profile diffs in Policy Diff 16.1.3.1
1079721 4-Minor   OWASP 2017 A2 Category - Login enforcement link is broken 16.1.3.1
1073625-2 4-Minor BT1073625 Peer (standby) unit's policies after autosync show a need for Apply Policy when the imported policy has learning enabled. 16.1.3.1
1058297-2 4-Minor   Policy history values for 'max Size Of Saved Versions' and for 'min Retained Files In Dir' is reset during upgrade&start; 16.1.3.1
1046317-2 4-Minor BT1046317 Violation details are not populated with staged URLs for some violation types 16.1.3.1
1040513-5 4-Minor BT1040513 The counter for "FTP commands" is always 0. 16.1.3.1
1014573-1 4-Minor   Several large arrays/objects in JSON payload may core the enforcer 16.1.3.1
1029689-2 5-Cosmetic BT1029689 Incosnsitent username "SYSTEM" in Audit Log 16.1.3.1


Application Visibility and Reporting Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
926341-5 3-Major BT926341 RtIntervalSecs parameter in /etc/avr/avrd.cfg file is reset on version upgrade&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.3.1


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
987341-1 2-Critical BT987341 BIG-IP OpenID Connect Discovery process does not support strong TLS ciphers. 14.1.5, 16.1.3.1
1024029-2 2-Critical   TMM may crash when processing traffic with per-session APM Access Policy 16.1.3.1
1071485-3 3-Major BT1071485 For IP based bypass, Response Analytics sends RST. 16.1.3.1
1063345-5 3-Major BT1063345 Urldbmgrd may crash while downloading the database. 16.1.3.1
1043217-1 3-Major BT1043217 NTLM frontend auth fails with the latest Microsoft RDP client on MacOS 14.0.1 platform 16.1.3.1
1039725-1 3-Major BT1039725 Reverse proxy traffic fails when a per-request policy is attached to a virtual server. 16.1.3.1
1024437-6 3-Major BT1024437 Urldb index building fails to open index temp file 16.1.3.1
1022493-4 3-Major BT1022493 Slow file descriptor leak in urldbmgrd (sockets open over time) 16.1.3.1
1010597-1 3-Major BT1010597 Traffic disruption when virtual server is assigned to a non-default route domain&start; 16.1.3.1
1063641-4 4-Minor   NTLM library hardening 16.1.3.1


Service Provider Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1093621-2 2-Critical   Some SIP traffic patterns over TCP may cause resource exhaustion on BIG-IP 16.1.3.1
921441-4 3-Major BT921441 MR_INGRESS iRules that change diameter messages corrupt diam_msg 16.1.3.1
1103233-2 4-Minor   Diameter in-tmm monitor is logging disconnect events unnecessarily 16.1.3.1


Advanced Firewall Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
977153-3 3-Major BT977153 Packet with routing header IPv6 as next header in IP layer fails to be forwarded 16.1.3.1


Policy Enforcement Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1091565-1 2-Critical   Gy CCR AVP:Requested-Service-Unit is misformatted/NULL 16.1.3.1
1090649-3 3-Major BT1090649 PEM errors when configuring IPv6 flow filter via GUI 16.1.3.1
1084993 3-Major BT1084993 [PEM][Gy] e2e ID/h2h ID in RAR / RAA Not Matching 16.1.3.1
1081153-2 3-Major   TMM may crash while processing administrative requests 14.1.5, 16.1.3.1
911585-5 4-Minor BT911585 PEM VE does not send CCRi when receiving multiple subscriber requests in a short interval 16.1.3.1
815901-2 4-Minor BT815901 Add rule to the disabled pem policy is not allowed 16.1.3.1


In-tmm monitors Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
832133-7 3-Major BT832133 In-TMM monitors fail to match certain binary data in the response from the server. 16.1.3.1


SSL Orchestrator Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1050273-1 3-Major BT1050273 ERR_BOUNDS errors observed with HTTP explicit proxy service in SSL Orchestrator. 15.1.5, 16.1.3.1



Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.3 that are included in this release


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
435231 2-Critical K79342815 Support RFC7919 Negotiated Finite Field Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral parameters 16.1.3
1078821-1 2-Critical BT1078821 Upgrade tomcat with OpenJDK 1.7 32bit to OpenJDK 1.8 32bit 14.1.5, 16.1.3
972489-7 3-Major   BIG-IP Appliance Mode iControl hardening 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3
1036285-1 3-Major BT1036285 Enforce password expiry after local user creation 16.1.3


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
947905-4 1-Blocking BT947905 Upgrade from 13.1.4, 14.1.4, or 15.1.1 to 14.0.x, 15.0.x, 16.0.0 or 16.0.0.1 fails&start; 16.0.1, 16.1.3
1101705-2 1-Blocking BT1101705 RSA-KEX ciphers list are removed from httpd configuration in FIPS mode since these are non-approved ciphers for FIPS 140-3 certification 16.1.3
1083977-1 1-Blocking BT1083977 MCPD crashes when changing HTTPD configuration, all secondary blades of clustered system remain offline&start; 16.1.3
943109-4 2-Critical BT943109 Mcpd crash when bulk deleting Bot Defense profiles 14.1.5, 16.1.3
940225-4 2-Critical BT940225 Not able to add more than 6 NICs on VE running in Azure 16.1.3
1108181-2 2-Critical BT1108181 iControl REST call with token fails with 401 Unauthorized 16.1.3
1079817-1 2-Critical BT1079817 Java null pointer exception when saving UCS with iAppsLX installed&start; 16.1.3
950149 3-Major BT950149 Add configuration to ccmode for compliance with the Common Criteria STIP PPM. 16.1.3
896941 3-Major BT896941 Common Criteria ccmode script updated 16.1.3
886649-5 3-Major BT886649 Connections stall when dynamic BWC policy is changed via GUI and TMSH 16.1.3
724653-5 3-Major BT724653 In a device-group configuration, a non-empty partition can be deleted by a peer device during a config-sync. 14.1.5, 16.1.3
1106325 3-Major BT1106325 Upgrade from BIG-IP 16.1.3 to BIG-IP 17.0 does not work when FIPS mode is enabled&start; 16.1.3
1089849 3-Major BT1089849 NIST SP800-90B compliance 16.1.3
1064357-1 3-Major BT1064357 execute_post_install: EPSEC: Installation of EPSEC package failed 16.1.3
1061481-1 3-Major BT1061481 Denied strings were found in the /var/log/ folder after an update or reboot 16.1.3
1004833 3-Major BT1004833 NIST SP800-90B compliance 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.1.3
1100609 4-Minor BT1100609 Length Mismatch in DNS/DHCP IPv6 address in logs and pcap 16.1.3
1081201-1 4-Minor   MCPD certification import hardening 14.1.5, 16.1.3


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1071689-1 2-Critical BT1071689 SSL connection not immediately closed with HTTP2 connection and lingers until idle timeout 16.1.3
987077-3 3-Major BT987077 TLS1.3 with client authentication handshake failure 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3
945357 3-Major BT945357 BIG-IP must be able to set CA=True when creating Certificate Signing Requests from TMSH. 16.1.3
934697-5 3-Major BT934697 Route domain not reachable (strict mode) 14.1.5, 16.1.3
1082505 3-Major BT1082505 TLS ciphersuites including RSA-KEX are non-approved ciphers for FIPS 140-3 certification 16.1.3
1063977-3 3-Major BT1063977 Tmsh load sys config merge fails with "basic_string::substr" for non-existing key. 16.1.3
1071269 4-Minor BT1071269 SSL C3D enhancements introduced in BIG-IP version 16.1.3 will not be available in 17.0.0.&start; 16.1.3


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
996233-1 3-Major   Tomcat may crash while processing TMUI requests 14.1.5, 16.1.3
1084173-1 3-Major BT1084173 Unable to specify "no caching desired" for ephemeral DNS resolvers (i.e. RESOLV::lookup). 16.1.3


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1070833-2 3-Major BT1070833 False positives on FileUpload parameters due to default signature scanning 16.1.3


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
849029-7 3-Major BT849029 No configurable setting for maximum entries in CRLDP cache 14.1.4.4, 16.1.3
1097821-2 3-Major BT1097821 Unable to create apm policy customization image using tmsh or VPE in the configuration utility command when source-path is specified 14.1.5, 16.1.3
1053309-1 3-Major BT1053309 Localdbmgr leaks memory while syncing data to sessiondb and mysql. 14.1.5, 16.1.3


Advanced Firewall Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
945853-4 2-Critical BT945853 Tmm crash when multiple virtual servers are created, modified, or deleted in quick succession 15.1.3, 16.1.3
990461-5 3-Major BT990461 Per virtual server SYN cookie threshold is not preserved or converted during a software upgrade&start; 14.1.4.4, 16.1.3
1079637-1 3-Major BT1079637 Incorrect Neuron rule order 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3
1012581-1 3-Major BT1012581 Evidence of hardware syncookies triggered but no stats after tcp half-open is triggered 14.1.5, 16.1.3


iApp Technology Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1094177-4 1-Blocking BT1094177 Analytics iApp installation fails 16.1.3
1023721 3-Major BT1023721 iapp_restricted_key not available on fresh installation and overwrites the peer device's master key during config sync 16.1.3
1004665 3-Major BT1004665 Secure iAppsLX Restricted Storage issues. 16.1.3


SSL Orchestrator Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1079505-4 2-Critical   TMM may consume excessive resources while processing SSL Orchestrator traffic 14.1.5, 16.1.3



Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2.2 that are included in this release


Vulnerability Fixes

ID Number CVE Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
965853-6 CVE-2022-28695 K08510472, BT965853 IM package file hardening&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
964489-7 CVE-2022-28695 K08510472, BT964489 Protocol Inspection IM package hardening 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1051561-7 CVE-2022-1388 K23605346, BT1051561 BIG-IP iControl REST vulnerability CVE-2022-1388 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
993981-3 CVE-2022-28705 K52340447, BT993981 TMM may crash when ePVA is enabled 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
982697-7 CVE-2022-26071 K41440465, BT982697 ICMP hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
951257-5 CVE-2022-26130 K82034427, BT951257 FTP active data channels are not established 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
946325-7 CVE-2022-28716 K25451853, BT946325 PEM subscriber GUI hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
830361-9 CVE-2012-6711 K05122252, BT830361 CVE-2012-6711 Bash Vulnerability 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1087201-6 CVE-2022-0778 K31323265, BT1087201 OpenSSL Vulnerability: CVE-2022-0778 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1078721-1 CVE-2022-27189 K16187341, BT1078721 TMM may consume excessive resources while processing ICAP traffic 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1078053-1 CVE-2022-28701 K99123750, BT1078053 TMM may consume excessive resources while processing STREAM traffic 16.1.2.2
1059185-1 CVE-2022-26415 K81952114, BT1059185 iControl REST Hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1057801-6 CVE-2022-28707 K70300233, BT1057801 TMUI does not follow current best practices 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1056933-3 CVE-2022-26370 K51539421, BT1056933 TMM may crash while processing SIP traffic 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1051797 CVE-2018-18281 K36462841, BT1051797 Linux kernel vulnerability: CVE-2018-18281 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1047053-3 CVE-2022-28691 K37155600, BT1047053 TMM may consume excessive resources while processing RTSP traffic 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1002565-1 CVE-2021-23840 K24624116, BT1002565 OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2021-23840 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
992073-2 CVE-2022-27181 K93543114, BT992073 APM NTLM Front End Authentication errors ECA_ERR_INPROGRESS 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
982757-3 CVE-2022-26835 K53197140 APM Access Guided Configuration hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
982341-7 CVE-2022-26835 K53197140, BT982341 iControl REST endpoint hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
915981-4 CVE-2022-26340 K38271531, BT915981 BIG-IP SCP hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
823877-7 CVE-2019-10098
CVE-2020-1927
K25126370, BT823877 CVE-2019-10098 and CVE-2020-1927 apache mod_rewrite vulnerability 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1071365-5 CVE-2022-29474 K59904248, BT1071365 iControl SOAP WSDL hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1066729-1 CVE-2022-28708 K85054496, BT1066729 TMM may crash while processing DNS traffic 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1057809-6 CVE-2022-27659 K41877405, BT1057809 Saved dashboard hardening 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1047089-2 CVE-2022-29491 K14229426, BT1047089 TMM may terminate while processing TLS/DTLS traffic 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1001937-1 CVE-2022-27634 K57555833, BT1001937 APM configuration hardening 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1000021-7 CVE-2022-27182 K31856317, BT1000021 TMM may consume excessive resources while processing packet filters 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
713754-3 CVE-2017-15715 K27757011 Apache vulnerability: CVE-2017-15715 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1050537-1 2-Critical BT1050537 GTM pool member with none monitor will be part of load balancing decisions. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
882709-6 3-Major BT882709 Traffic does not pass on tagged VLANs on VE configured on Hyper-V hypervisors&start; 16.1.2.2
874941-4 3-Major BT874941 HTTP authentication in the access policy times out after 60 seconds 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
669046-7 3-Major BT669046 Handling large replies to MCP audit_request messages 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1046669-1 3-Major BT1046669 The audit forwarders may prematurely time out waiting for TACACS responses 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1033837-1 4-Minor K23605346, BT1033837 REST authentication tokens persist on reboot&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1070009 1-Blocking BT1070009 iprepd, icr_eventd and tmipsecd restarts continuously after installing FIPS 140-3 license in BIG-IP cloud platform 16.1.2.2
976669-5 2-Critical BT976669 FIPS Integrity check fails for other secondary blades after rebooting/replacing secondary blade 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
935177-3 2-Critical BT935177 IPsec: Changing MTU or PMTU settings on interface mode tunnel cores tmm 16.1.2.2
1059165-1 2-Critical BT1059165 Multiple virtual server pages fail to load. 16.1.2.2
1048141-3 2-Critical BT1048141 Sorting pool members by 'Member' causes 'General database error' 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1047213-1 2-Critical BT1047213 VPN Client to Client communication fails when clients are connected to different TMMs. 16.1.2.2
1007901-1 2-Critical BT1007901 Support for FIPS 140-3 Module identifier service. 16.1.2.2
999125-1 3-Major BT999125 After changing management IP addresses, devices can be stuck indefinitely in improper Active/Active or Standby/Standby states. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
992865-3 3-Major BT992865 Virtual server may not enter hardware SYN cookie mode on BIG-IP i11000 and i15000 series appliances 15.1.4, 16.1.2.2
988165-3 3-Major BT988165 VMware CPU reservation is now enforced. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
984585-3 3-Major BT984585 IP Reputation option not shown in GUI. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
963541-1 3-Major BT963541 Net-snmp5.8 crash 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
959985-3 3-Major BT959985 Update VMware hardware version templates for BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) from v10 to v13 in order to support VMs deployed in more versions of vSphere ESXi. 16.1.2.2
943669-4 3-Major BT943669 B4450 blade reboot 15.1.2, 16.1.2.2
943577-1 3-Major BT943577 Full sync failure for traffic-matching-criteria with port list under certain conditions 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
912253-2 3-Major BT912253 Non-admin users cannot run show running-config or list sys 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
907549-6 3-Major BT907549 Memory leak in BWC::Measure 14.1.5, 15.1.0.5, 16.1.2.2
901669-6 3-Major BT901669 Error status in 'tmsh show cm failover-status', and stale data in some tmstat tables, after management IP address change. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
755976-9 3-Major BT755976 ZebOS might miss kernel routes after mcpd deamon restart 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1083537 3-Major BT1083537 FIPS 140-3 Certification 16.1.2.2
1076377-3 3-Major BT1076377 OSPF path calculation for IA and E routes is incorrect. 16.1.2.2
1074113-1 3-Major BT1074113 IPsec IKEv2: Selectors incorrectly marked up after disable ike-peer 16.1.2.2
1071609-2 3-Major BT1071609 IPsec IKEv1: Log Key Exchange payload in racoon.log. 16.1.2.2
1066285-4 3-Major BT1066285 Master Key decrypt failure - decrypt failure. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1065585-1 3-Major BT1065585 System does not halt on on FIPS/entropy error threshold for BIG-IP Virtual Edition 16.1.2.2
1064461-4 3-Major BT1064461 PIM-SM will not complete RP registration over tunnel interface when floating IP address is used. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1060625-1 3-Major BT1060625 Wrong INTERNAL_IP6_DNS length. 16.1.2.2
1060149-2 3-Major BT1060149 BIG-IP vCMP guest data-plane failure with turboflex-adc selected on the host. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1059853 3-Major BT1059853 Long loading configuration time after upgrade from 15.1.3.1 to 16.1.2.&start; 16.1.2.2
1056993-2 3-Major   404 error is raised on GUI when clicking "App IQ." 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1056741-2 3-Major BT1056741 ECDSA certificates signed by RSA CA are not selected based by SNI. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1052893-4 3-Major   Configuration option to delay reboot if dataplane becomes inoperable 16.1.2.2
1048541-1 3-Major BT1048541 Certificate Order Manager: renew requests to the Comodo (now Sectigo) CA are unsuccessful. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1047169-1 3-Major BT1047169 GTM AAAA pool can be deleted from the configuration despite being in use by an iRule. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1042009-1 3-Major BT1042009 Mcpd fails to reply if a request is proxied to another daemon and the connection to that daemon closes 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2
1022637-1 3-Major BT1022637 A partition other than /Common may fail to save the configuration to disk 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1020789-4 3-Major BT1020789 Cannot deploy a four-core vCMP guest if the remaining cores are in use. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2
1019357-2 3-Major BT1019357 Active fails to resend ipsec ikev2_message_id_sync if no response received 16.1.2.2
1008837-1 3-Major BT1008837 Control plane is sluggish when mcpd processes a query for virtual server and address statistics 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2.2
1008269-1 3-Major BT1008269 Error: out of stack space 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
976337-2 4-Minor BT976337 i40evf Requested 4 queues, but PF only gave us 16. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
742753-8 4-Minor BT742753 Accessing the BIG-IP system's WebUI via special proxy solutions may fail 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
528894-5 4-Minor BT528894 Config-Sync after non-Common partition config changes results in extraneous config stanzas in the config files of the non-Common partition 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1072237-1 4-Minor BT1072237 Retrieval of policy action stats causes memory leak 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1067617-4 4-Minor BT1067617 BGP default route not advertised after mid-session OPEN. 16.1.2.2
1062333-6 4-Minor   Linux kernel vulnerability: CVE-2019-19523 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1061797-1 4-Minor BT1061797 Upgraded AWS CloudFormation Helper Scripts which now support IMDSv2 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1058677-2 4-Minor BT1058677 Not all SCTP connections are mirrored on the standby device when auto-init is enabled. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1046693-4 4-Minor BT1046693 TMM with BFD confgured might crash under significant memory pressure 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1045549-4 4-Minor BT1045549 BFD sessions remain DOWN after graceful TMM restart 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1040821-4 4-Minor BT1040821 Enabling an iRule or selecting a pool re-checks the "Address Translation" and "Port Translation" checkboxes 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1034589-1 4-Minor BT1034589 No warning is given when a pool or trunk that was in use by an high availability (HA) Group is deleted from the configuration. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1034329-1 4-Minor BT1034329 SHA-512 checksums for BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) images available on downloads.f5.com 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1031425-3 4-Minor BT1031425 Provide a configuration flag to disable BGP peer-id check. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1030645-4 4-Minor BT1030645 BGP session resets during traffic-group failover 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1024621-4 4-Minor BT1024621 Re-establishing BFD session might take longer than expected. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1011217-5 4-Minor BT1011217 TurboFlex Profile setting reverts to turboflex-base after upgrade&start; 16.1.2.2
1002809-4 4-Minor BT1002809 OSPF vertex-threshold should be at least 100 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
968929-2 2-Critical BT968929 TMM may crash when resetting a connection on an APM virtual server 16.1.2.2
910213-7 2-Critical BT910213 LB::down iRule command is ineffective, and can lead to inconsistent pool member status 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1071593-4 2-Critical   TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1071449-4 2-Critical BT1071449 Statsd memory leak on platforms with license disabled processors. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1069629-4 2-Critical   TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1064617-1 2-Critical BT1064617 DBDaemon process may write to monitor log file indefinitely 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1059053-2 2-Critical BT1059053 Tmm crash when passing traffic over some configurations with L2 virtual wire 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1055737-1 2-Critical   TMM may consume excessive resources while processing HTTP/2 traffic 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1047581-3 2-Critical BT1047581 Ramcache can crash when serving files from the hot cache 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
999901-1 3-Major K68816502, BT999901 Certain LTM policies may not execute correctly after a system reboot or TMM restart. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
993517-1 3-Major BT993517 Loading an upgraded config can result in a file object error in some cases 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
977761 3-Major BT977761 Connections are dropped if a certificate is revoked. 16.1.2.2
967101-1 3-Major BT967101 When all of the interfaces in the trunk are brought up, Gratuitous ARP is not being sent out. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
955617-8 3-Major BT955617 Cannot modify properties of a monitor that is already in use by a pool 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
953601-4 3-Major BT953601 HTTPS monitors marking pool member offline when restrictive ciphers are configured for all TLS protocol versions 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
936441-7 3-Major BT936441 Nitrox5 SDK driver logging messages 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
912517-7 3-Major BT912517 Database monitor marks pool member down if 'send' is configured but no 'receive' strings are configured 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
902377-4 3-Major BT902377 HTML profile forces re-chunk even though HTML::disable 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
883049-9 3-Major BT883049 Statsd can deadlock with rrdshim if an rrd file is invalid 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
803109-4 3-Major BT803109 Certain configuration may result in zombie forwarding flows 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
794385-6 3-Major BT794385 BGP sessions may be reset after CMP state change 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
672963-1 3-Major BT672963 MSSQL monitor fails against databases using non-native charset 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1083989-1 3-Major BT1083989 TMM may restart if abort arrives during MBLB iRule execution 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1073973-1 3-Major BT1073973 Gateway HTTP/2, response payload intermittently not forwarded to client. 16.1.2.2
1072953-2 3-Major BT1072953 Memory leak in traffic management interface. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1071585-1 3-Major BT1071585 BIG-IP system does not respond to an arp from a SelfIP configured in virtual wire mode 16.1.2.2
1068561-1 3-Major BT1068561 Can't create key on the second netHSM partition. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1068353-1 3-Major BT1068353 Unexpected event sequence may cause HTTP/2 flow stall during shutdown 16.1.2.2
1064157-1 3-Major BT1064157 Http_proxy_opaque_get should constrain search to local/spawn flows, not looped flows 16.1.2.2
1063453-1 3-Major BT1063453 FastL4 virtual servers translating between IPv4 and IPv6 may crash on fragmented packets. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1058469-1 3-Major BT1058469 Disabling strict-updates for an iApp service which includes a non-default NTLM profile will cause virtual servers using that profile to stop working. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1056401-4 3-Major BT1056401 Valid clients connecting under active syncookie mode might experience latency. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1055097-1 3-Major BT1055097 TCP proxy with ramcache and OneConnect can result in out-of-order events, which stalls the flow. 16.1.2.2
1052929-4 3-Major BT1052929 MCPD logs "An internal login failure is being experienced on the FIPS card" when FIPS HSM is uninitialized. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1043357-4 3-Major BT1043357 SSL handshake may fail when using remote crypto client 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1043017-4 3-Major BT1043017 Virtual-wire with standard-virtual fragmentation 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2
1042913-2 3-Major BT1042913 Pkcs11d CPU utilization jumps to 100% 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1042509-1 3-Major BT1042509 On an HTTP2 gateway virtual server, TMM does not ever update the stream's window for a large POST request 16.1.2.2
1029897-1 3-Major K63312282, BT1029897 Malformed HTTP2 requests can be passed to HTTP/1.1 server-side pool members. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1024841-2 3-Major BT1024841 SSL connection mirroring with ocsp connection failure on standby 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1024225-3 3-Major BT1024225 BIG-IP sends "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" to http/2 client after HEAD request 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1020549-1 3-Major BT1020549 Server-side connections stall with zero window with OneConnect profile 16.1.2.2
1017721-5 3-Major BT1017721 WebSocket does not close cleanly when SSL enabled. 16.1.2.2
1017533-3 3-Major BT1017533 Using TMC might cause virtual server vlans-enabled configuration to be ignored 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2
1016449-3 3-Major BT1016449 After certain configuration tasks are performed, TMM may run with stale Self IP parameters. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1008501-1 3-Major BT1008501 TMM core 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1008009-3 3-Major BT1008009 SSL mirroring null hs during session sync state 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1006781-2 3-Major BT1006781 Server SYN is sent on VLAN 0 when destination MAC is multicast 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.2
1004897-5 3-Major BT1004897 'Decompression' is logged instead of 'Max Headers Exceeded' GoAway reason 14.1.4.4, 16.1.2.2
1004689-4 3-Major BT1004689 TMM might crash when pool routes with recursive nexthops and reselect option are used. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
838305-9 4-Minor BT838305 BIG-IP may create multiple connections for packets that should belong to a single flow. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
717806-8 4-Minor BT717806 In the case of 'n' bigd instances, uneven CPU load distribution is seen when a high number of monitors are configured 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1080341-4 4-Minor BT1080341 Changing an L2-forward virtual to any other virtual type might not update the configuration. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1075205-1 4-Minor BT1075205 Using TCP::close after HTTP::redirect/HTTP::respond causes HTTP response not to be delivered to the client. 16.1.2.2
1064669-1 4-Minor BT1064669 Using HTTP::enable iRule command in RULE_INIT event might cause TMM to crash. 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1032513-3 4-Minor   TMM may consume excessive resources while processing MRF traffic 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1026605-6 4-Minor BT1026605 When bigd.mgmtroutecheck is enabled monitor probes may be denied for non-mgmt routes 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1026005-1 4-Minor BT1026005 BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) does NOT preserve the order of NICs 5-10 defined in the VMware ESXi hypervisor and NSXT platforms. 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1016441-4 4-Minor   RFC Enforcement Hardening 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1016049-6 4-Minor BT1016049 EDNS query with CSUBNET dropped by protocol inspection 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
968581-4 5-Cosmetic BT968581 TMSH option max-response for "show /ltm profile ramcache" command may not comply with its description 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1062513-4 2-Critical BT1062513 GUI returns 'no access' error message when modifying a GTM pool property. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1030881-1 2-Critical BT1030881 [GTM] Upgrade failure - 01070022:3: The monitor template min was not found.&start; 16.1.2.2
1027657-4 2-Critical BT1027657 Monitor scheduling is sometimes inconsistent for "require M from N" monitor rules. 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1011433-1 2-Critical BT1011433 TMM may crash under memory pressure when performing DNS resolution 16.1.2.2
1010617-1 2-Critical BT1010617 String operation against DNS resource records cause tmm memory corruption 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
876677-2 3-Major BT876677 When running the debug version of TMM, an assertion may be triggered due to an expired DNS lookup. 16.1.2.2
1076401-5 3-Major BT1076401 Memory leak in TMM (ldns) when exceeding dnssec.maxnsec3persec. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1064189-1 3-Major BT1064189 DoH proxy and server listeners from GUI with client-ssl profile and server-ssl profile set to None produces undefined warning 16.1.2.2
1046785-1 3-Major BT1046785 Missing GTM probes when max synchronous probes are exceeded. 13.1.5, 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1044425-1 3-Major K85021277, BT1044425 NSEC3 record improvements for NXDOMAIN 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1020337-2 3-Major BT1020337 DNS msg_ObjType can cause buffer overrun due to lack of NUL terminator 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1018613-1 3-Major BT1018613 Modify wideip pools with replace-all-with results pools with same order 0 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1079909-1 2-Critical K82724554, BT1079909 Bd core 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2
1069501-1 2-Critical   ASM may not match certain signatures 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1069449-1 2-Critical K39002226, BT1069449 ASM attack signatures may not match cookies as expected 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1068237-1 2-Critical BT1068237 Some attack signatures added to policies are not used. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1000789-1 2-Critical BT1000789 ASM-related iRule keywords may not work as expected 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
965785-4 3-Major BT965785 Active/Standby sync process fails to populate table DCC.HSL_DATA_PROFILES on standby machine 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
961509-5 3-Major BT961509 ASM blocks WebSocket frames with signature matched but Transparent policy 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
926845-7 3-Major BT926845 Inactive ASM policies are deleted upon upgrade 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
923221-8 3-Major BT923221 BD does not use all the CPU cores 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
818889-1 3-Major BT818889 False positive malformed json or xml violation. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1077281-2 3-Major   Import xml policy fails with “Malformed xml” error when session awareness configuration contains login pages 16.1.2.2
1072197-1 3-Major K94142349, BT1072197 Issue with input normalization in WebSocket. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1070273-1 3-Major   OWASP Dashboard does not calculate Disallow DTDs in XML content profile protection properly. 16.1.2.2
1069133-4 3-Major BT1069133 ASMConfig memory leak. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1067285-1 3-Major BT1067285 Re-branding - Change 'F5 Networks, Inc.' to 'F5, Inc.' 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1066829-1 3-Major BT1066829 Memory leak for xml/json auto-detected parameter with signature patterns. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1061617-4 3-Major BT1061617 Some of the URL Attack signatures are not detected in the URL if "Handle Path Parameters" is configured "As Parameters". 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1060933-1 3-Major   Issue with input normalization. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1059621-2 3-Major BT1059621 IP Exceptions feature and SSRF feature do not work as expected if both the entries are configured with the same IP/IPs. 16.1.2.2
1056365-1 3-Major BT1056365 Bot Defense injection does not follow best SOP practice. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1052173-1 3-Major BT1052173 For wildcard SSRF hosts "Matched Disallowed Address" field is wrong in the SSRF violation. 16.1.2.2
1052169 3-Major BT1052169 Traffic is blocked on detection of an SSRF violation even though the URI parameter is in staging mode 16.1.2.2
1051213-1 3-Major BT1051213 Increase default value for violation 'Check maximum number of headers'. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1051209-1 3-Major K53593534, BT1051209 BD may not process certain HTTP payloads as expected 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1047389-4 3-Major BT1047389 Bot Defense challenge hardening 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1043533-3 3-Major   Unable to pick up the properties of the parameters from audit reports. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1043385-4 3-Major BT1043385 No Signature detected If Authorization header is missing padding. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1042605-1 3-Major BT1042605 ASM Critical Warnings during UCS load after upgrade to v15.1.0 or above&start; 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1041149-1 3-Major BT1041149 Staging of URL does not affect apply value signatures 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1038733-4 3-Major BT1038733 Attack signature not detected for unsupported authorization types. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1037457-1 3-Major BT1037457 High CPU during specific dos mitigation 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1033017-1 3-Major BT1033017 Policy changes learning mode to automatic after upload and sync 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1030853-1 3-Major BT1030853 Route domain IP exception is being treated as trusted (for learning) after being deleted 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1028473-1 3-Major BT1028473 URL sent with trailing slash might not be matched in ASM policy 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1023993-4 3-Major BT1023993 Brute Force is not blocking requests, even when auth failure happens multiple times 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1021521-1 3-Major BT1021521 JSON Schema is not enforced if OpenAPI media-type is wild card. 16.1.2.2
1019721-1 3-Major BT1019721 Wrong representation of JSON/XML validation files in template based (minimal) JSON policy export 16.1.2.2
1012221-1 3-Major BT1012221 Message: childInheritanceStatus is not compatible with parentInheritanceStatus&start; 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1011069-1 3-Major BT1011069 Group/User R/W permissions should be changed for .pid and .cfg files. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1008849-4 3-Major BT1008849 OWASP "A4 XML External Entities (XXE)" is not reflecting the XXE signatures configuration. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
844045-4 4-Minor BT844045 ASM Response event logging for "Illegal response" violations. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1066377-1 4-Minor BT1066377 OpenAPI - Content profile is not consistent with wildcard configuration 16.1.2.2
1050697-4 4-Minor   Traffic learning page counts Disabled signatures when they are ready to be enforced 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1048445-1 4-Minor BT1048445 Accept Request button is clickable for unlearnable violation illegal host name 16.1.2.2
1039245-2 4-Minor   Policy Properties screen does not load and display 16.1.2.2
1038741-4 4-Minor BT1038741 NTLM type-1 message triggers "Unparsable request content" violation. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1036521-1 4-Minor BT1036521 TMM crash in certain cases 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1035361-4 4-Minor BT1035361 Illegal cross-origin after successful CAPTCHA 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1034941-1 4-Minor BT1034941 Exporting and then re-importing "some" XML policy does not load the XML content-profile properly 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1021637-4 4-Minor BT1021637 In some cases BD enforces CSRF on all URLs, ignoring CSRF URLs 16.1.2.2
1020717-4 4-Minor BT1020717 Policy versions cleanup process sometimes removes newer versions 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Application Visibility and Reporting Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1038913-4 3-Major   The weekly ASM reporting "Security ›› Reporting : Application : Charts" filter "View By" as IP Intelligence shows only the "Safe" category 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
858005-1 3-Major   When APM VPE “IP Subnet Match” agent configured with leading/trailing spaces runtime evaluation results in failure with error in /var/log/apm "Rule evaluation failed with error:" 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
423519-5 3-Major K74302282, BT423519 Bypass disabling the redirection controls configuration of APM RDP Resource. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1045229-1 3-Major BT1045229 APMD leaks Tcl_Objs as part of the fix made for ID 1002557 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1044121-3 3-Major BT1044121 APM logon page is not rendered if db variable "ipv6.enabled" is set to false 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Service Provider Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1029397-4 2-Critical BT1029397 Tmm may crash with SIP-ALG deployment in a particular race condition 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2
957905-1 3-Major BT957905 SIP Requests / Responses over TCP without content_length header are not aborted by BIG-IP. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1082885-1 3-Major BT1082885 MR::message route virtual asserts when configuration changes during ongoing traffic 14.1.5, 15.1.6, 16.1.2.2


Advanced Firewall Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
964625-5 3-Major BT964625 Improper processing of firewall-rule metadata 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
959609-4 3-Major BT959609 Autodiscd daemon keeps crashing 16.1.2.2
929909-3 3-Major BT929909 TCP Packets are not dropped in IP Intelligence 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1008265-1 3-Major K92306170, BT1008265 DoS Flood and Sweep vector states are disabled on an upgrade to BIG-IP software versions 14.x and beyond&start; 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1072057-1 4-Minor BT1072057 "ANY" appears despite setting an IP address or host as the source in Security->Network Firewall->Policy. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Policy Enforcement Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1086897-1 2-Critical BT1086897 PEM subcriber lookup can fail for internet side/subscriber side new connections 16.1.2.2


Carrier-Grade NAT Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1028269-2 2-Critical BT1028269 Device using CGNAT + subscriber discovery license shows unknown for pem_subscriber-id. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1019613-5 2-Critical BT1019613 Unknown subscriber in PBA deployment may cause CPU spike 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1064217-1 3-Major BT1064217 Port bit not set correctly in the ipv6 destination address with 1:8 mapping for CGNAT MAP-T. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


Fraud Protection Services Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1038445-1 2-Critical BT1038445 During upgrade to 16.1, the previous FPS Engine live update remains active&start; 16.1.2.2
873617-1 3-Major BT873617 DataSafe is not available with AWAF license after BIG-IP startup or MCP restart. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Anomaly Detection Services Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1071181-2 3-Major BT1071181 Improving Signature Detection Accuracy 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1060409-2 4-Minor BT1060409 Behavioral DoS enable checkbox is wrong. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Traffic Classification Engine Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1033829-3 2-Critical BT1033829 Unable to load Traffic Classification package 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
1052153-2 3-Major BT1052153 Signature downloads for traffic classification updates via proxy fail 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


Protocol Inspection Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1072733-4 2-Critical   Protocol Inspection IM package hardening 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
1070677-1 3-Major BT1070677 Learning phase does not take traffic into account - dropping all. 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2
940261-1 4-Minor BT940261 Support IPS package downloads via HTTP proxy. 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


In-tmm monitors Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
944121-4 3-Major BT944121 Missing SNI information when using non-default domain https monitor running in TMM mode. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
854129-6 3-Major BT854129 SSL monitor continues to send previously configured server SSL configuration after removal 14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


SSL Orchestrator Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1050969-1 1-Blocking BT1050969 After running clear-rest-storage you are logged out of the UI with a message - Your login credentials no longer valid 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2
969297 3-Major BT969297 Virtual IP configured on a system with SelfIP on vwire becomes unresponsive 16.1.2.2
1058401-1 3-Major BT1058401 SSL Bypass does not work for inbound traffic 16.1.2.2
1048033-1 3-Major BT1048033 Server-speaks-first traffic might not work with SSL Orchestrator 16.1.2.2
1047377-1 3-Major BT1047377 "Server-speak-first" traffic might not work with SSL Orchestrator 16.1.2.2
1029869-1 3-Major BT1029869 Use of ha-sync script may cause gossip communications to fail 16.1.2.2
1029585-1 3-Major BT1029585 Use of ha-sync script may cause platforms in a sync-failover device group to fall out of sync 16.1.2.2



Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2.1 that are included in this release


Vulnerability Fixes

ID Number CVE Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1045101-4 CVE-2022-26890 K03442392, BT1045101 Bd may crash while processing ASM traffic 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
940185-7 CVE-2022-23023 K11742742, BT940185 icrd_child may consume excessive resources while processing REST requests 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1063389-6 CVE-2015-5191 K84583382, BT1063389 open-vm-tools vulnerability: CVE-2015-5191 14.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1015133-5 3-Major BT1015133 Tail loss can cause TCP TLP to retransmit slowly. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
749332-1 2-Critical BT749332 Client-SSL Object's description can be updated using CLI and with REST PATCH operation 14.1.4.4, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
996001-5 3-Major BT996001 AVR Inspection Dashboard 'Last Month' does not show all data points 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
994305-3 3-Major BT994305 The version of open-vm-tools included with BIG-IP Virtual Edition is 10.1.5 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
968657-1 3-Major BT968657 Added support for IMDSv2 on AWS 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
1032949-1 3-Major BT1032949 Dynamic CRL configured with client authentication profile as "Request" causes connection termination without certificate. 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1041765-2 4-Minor BT1041765 Racoon may crash in rare cases 16.1.2.1


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
999097-1 3-Major BT999097 SSL::profile may select profile with outdated configuration 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
910673-6 3-Major BT910673 Nethsm-thales-install.sh installation fails with error 'Could not reach Thales HSM' 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
898929-6 3-Major BT898929 Tmm might crash when ASM, AVR, and pool connection queuing are in use 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1065789-1 3-Major   TMM may send duplicated alerts while processing SSL connections 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1038629-4 3-Major BT1038629 DTLS virtual server not performing clean shutdown upon reception of CLOSE_NOTIFY from client 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1031609-1 3-Major BT1031609 Improve nethsm-thales-install.sh and nethsm-thales-rfs-install.sh to be compatible with Entrust Client v12.60.10 package.&start; 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
1019609-1 3-Major BT1019609 No Error logging when BIG-IP device's IP address is not added in client list on netHSM.&start; 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
1017513-5 3-Major BT1017513 Config sync fails with error Invalid monitor rule instance identifier or monitors are in a bad state such as checking 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
1007749-2 3-Major BT1007749 URI TCL parse functions fail when there are interior segments with periods and semi-colons 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1048433-1 4-Minor BT1048433 Improve Extract logic of thales-sync.sh to support VIPRION cluster to support 12.6.10 client installation.&start; 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
1024761-1 4-Minor BT1024761 HTTP adds Transfer-Encoding and terminating chunk to responses that cannot have a body 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1005109-4 4-Minor BT1005109 TMM crashes when changing traffic-group on IPv6 link-local address 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
935249-3 3-Major BT935249 GTM virtual servers have the wrong status 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1039553-1 3-Major BT1039553 Non-200 HTTP status codes fail to be matched by GTM HTTP(S) monitors 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1021061-4 3-Major BT1021061 Config fails to load for large config on platform with Platform FIPS license enabled 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
993613-7 2-Critical BT993613 Device fails to request full sync 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
984593-1 3-Major BT984593 BD crash 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
921697-1 3-Major BT921697 Attack signature updates fail to install with Installation Error.&start; 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
907025-5 3-Major BT907025 Live update error" 'Try to reload page' 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
885765-1 3-Major BT885765 ASMConfig Handler undergoes frequent restarts 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
830341-5 3-Major BT830341 False positives Mismatched message key on ASM TS cookie 13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2.1
1043205-1 3-Major BT1043205 SSRF Violation should be shown as a Parameter Entity Reference. 16.1.2.1
1042069-1 3-Major   Some signatures are not matched under specific conditions. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1
1002385-1 4-Minor K67397230, BT1002385 Fixing issue with input normalization 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Application Visibility and Reporting Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1009093-2 2-Critical BT1009093 GUI widgets pages are not functioning correctly 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
969317-4 3-Major BT969317 "Restrict to Single Client IP" option is ignored for vmware VDI 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1
828761-5 3-Major BT828761 APM OAuth - Auth Server attached iRule works inconsistently 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
827393-5 3-Major BT827393 In rare cases tmm crash is observed when using APM as RDG proxy. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1
738593-3 3-Major BT738593 Vmware Horizon session collaboration (shadow session) feature does not work through APM. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1007677-2 3-Major BT1007677 Artifact resolution on SAML IdP fails with error 'SAML SSO: Cannot find SP connector' 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


Service Provider Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1039329-2 3-Major BT1039329 MRF per peer mode is not working in vCMP guest. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1
1025529-2 3-Major BT1025529 TMM generates core when iRule executes a nexthop command and SIP traffic is sent 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


Policy Enforcement Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
956013-4 3-Major BT956013 System reports{{validation_errors}} 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


Anomaly Detection Services Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1023437-1 3-Major   Buffer overflow during attack with large HTTP Headers 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


SSL Orchestrator Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1055361-1 2-Critical BT1055361 Suspending iRule command in L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA can lead to a tmm crash. 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1



Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.2 that are included in this release


Vulnerability Fixes

ID Number CVE Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
991421-2 CVE-2022-23016 K91013510, BT991421 TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
989701-8 CVE-2020-25212 K42355373, BT989701 CVE-2020-25212 Kernel: A flaw was found in the NFSv4 implementation where when mounting a remote attacker controlled server it could return specially crafted response 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
988549-10 CVE-2020-29573 K27238230, BT988549 CVE-2020-29573: glibc vulnerability 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
968893-3 CVE-2022-23014 K93526903, BT968893 TMM crash when processing APM traffic 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
940317-9 CVE-2020-13692 K23157312, BT940317 CVE-2020-13692: PostgreSQL JDBC Driver vulnerability 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1037181-1 CVE-2022-23022 K96924184, BT1037181 TMM may crash while processing HTTP traffic 16.1.2
1032405-1 CVE-2021-23037 K21435974, BT1032405 TMUI XSS vulnerability CVE-2021-23037 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1031269 CVE-2022-23020 K17514331, BT1031269 TMM may consume excessive resources when processing logging profiles 16.1.2
1030689-1 CVE-2022-23019 K82793463, BT1030689 TMM may consume excessive resources while processing Diameter traffic 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1029629-1 CVE-2022-28706 K03755971, BT1029629 TMM may crash while processing DNS lookups 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2
1028669-7 CVE-2019-9948 K28622040, BT1028669 Python vulnerability: CVE-2019-9948 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1028573-6 CVE-2020-10878 K40508224, BT1028573 Perl vulnerability: CVE-2020-10878 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1028497-7 CVE-2019-15903 K05295469, BT1028497 libexpat vulnerability: CVE-2019-15903 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1012365-4 CVE-2021-20305 K33101555, BT1012365 Nettle cryptography library vulnerability CVE-2021-20305 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1007489-7 CVE-2022-23018 K24358905, BT1007489 TMM may crash while handling specific HTTP requests&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
974341-6 CVE-2022-23026 K08402414, BT974341 REST API: File upload 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
973409-6 CVE-2020-1971 K42910051, BT973409 CVE-2020-1971 - openssl: EDIPARTYNAME NULL pointer de-reference 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
941649-8 CVE-2021-23043 K63163637, BT941649 Local File Inclusion Vulnerability 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
803965-10 CVE-2018-20843 K51011533, BT803965 Expat Vulnerability: CVE-2018-20843 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4, 16.1.2
1035729-1 CVE-2022-23021 K57111075, BT1035729 TMM may crash while processing traffic http traffic 16.1.2
1009725-1 CVE-2022-23030 K53442005, BT1009725 Excessive resource usage when ixlv drivers are enabled 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
985953-6 4-Minor BT985953 GRE Transparent Ethernet Bridging inner MAC overwrite 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1039049-2 1-Blocking BT1039049 Installing EHF on particular platforms fails with error "RPM transaction failure" 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
997313-2 2-Critical BT997313 Unable to create APM policies in a sync-only folder&start; 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1031357-2 2-Critical BT1031357 After reboot of standby and terminating peer, some IPsec traffic-selectors are still online 16.1.2
1029949-2 2-Critical BT1029949 IPsec traffic selector state may show incorrect state on high availability (HA) standby device 16.1.2
998221-1 3-Major BT998221 Accessing pool members from configuration utility is slow with large config 14.1.4.3, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2
946185-3 3-Major BT946185 Unable to view iApp component due to error 'An error has occurred while trying to process your request.'&start; 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
922185-3 3-Major BT922185 LDAP referrals not supported for 'cert-ldap system-auth'&start; 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
881085-4 3-Major BT881085 Intermittent auth failures with remote LDAP auth for BIG-IP managment 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
708991-1 3-Major BT708991 Newly entered password is not remembered. 16.1.2
1045421-1 3-Major K16107301, BT1045421 No Access error when performing various actions in the TMOS GUI 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1032737-2 3-Major BT1032737 IPsec: tmm SIGSEGV in getlocaladdr in ikev2_initiate 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1032077-1 3-Major BT1032077 TACACS authentication fails with tac_author_read: short author body 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1028969-1 3-Major BT1028969 An unused traffic-selector can prevent an IKEv2 IPsec tunnel from working 16.1.2
1026549-1 3-Major BT1026549 Incorrect BIG-IP Virtual Edition interface state changes may be communicated to mcpd 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1022757-2 3-Major BT1022757 Tmm core due to corrupt list of ike-sa instances for a connection 16.1.2
1021773-1 3-Major BT1021773 Mcpd core. 16.1.2
1020377-1 3-Major BT1020377 Missing IKEv2 listeners can send IKE packets to the IKEv1 racoon daemon 16.1.2
1015645-2 3-Major BT1015645 IPSec SA's missing after reboot 16.1.2
1009949-4 3-Major BT1009949 High CPU usage when upgrading from previous version&start; 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1003257-6 3-Major BT1003257 ZebOS 'set ipv6 next-hop' and 'set ipv6 next-hop local' do not work as expected 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
921365-2 4-Minor BT921365 IKE-SA on standby deleted due to re-transmit failure when failing over from active to standby 15.1.4, 16.1.2
1034617-1 4-Minor BT1034617 Login/Security Banner text not showing in console login. 16.1.2
1030845-1 4-Minor BT1030845 Time change from TMSH not logged in /var/log/audit. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1022417-1 4-Minor BT1022417 Ike stops with error ikev2_send_request: [WINDOW] full window 16.1.2


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1039041 1-Blocking BT1039041 Log Message: Clock advanced by <number> ticks 16.1.2
1040361-1 2-Critical BT1040361 TMM crashes during its startup when TMC destination port list attached/deleted to virtual server. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2
915773-7 3-Major BT915773 Restart of TMM after stale interface reference 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1023365-2 3-Major BT1023365 SSL server response could be dropped on immediate client shutdown. 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1021713-1 3-Major   TMM may crash when processing AFM NAT64 policy 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2
1021481-1 3-Major BT1021481 'http-tunnel' and 'socks-tunnel' (which are internal interfaces) should be hidden. 16.1.2
1020957-1 3-Major BT1020957 HTTP response may be truncated by the BIG-IP system 16.1.2
1018577-4 3-Major BT1018577 SASP monitor does not mark pool member with same IP Address but different Port from another pool member 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1016113-1 3-Major BT1016113 HTTP response-chunking 'sustain' profile option may not rechunk responses when also using a web acceleration profile. 15.1.4, 16.1.2
1008017-2 3-Major BT1008017 Validation failure on Enforce TLS Requirements and TLS Renegotiation 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
895557-5 4-Minor BT895557 NTLM profile logs error when used with profiles that do redirect 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2
1031901-2 4-Minor BT1031901 In HTTP2 deployment, RST_STREAM sent to client if server in CLOSING state is picked 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1018493-1 4-Minor BT1018493 Response code 304 from TMM Cache always closes TCP connection. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4, 16.1.2
1002945-4 4-Minor BT1002945 Some connections are dropped on chained IPv6 to IPv4 virtual servers. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1035853-1 2-Critical K41415626, BT1035853 Transparent DNS Cache can consume excessive resources. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2
1028773-1 2-Critical BT1028773 Support for DNS Over TLS 16.1.2
1009037-1 2-Critical BT1009037 Tcl resume on invalid connection flow can cause tmm crash 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1021417-1 3-Major BT1021417 Modifying GTM pool members with replace-all-with results in pool members with order 0 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
912149-7 2-Critical BT912149 ASM sync failure with Cgc::Channel error 'Failed to send a message, error:15638476' 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1019853-1 2-Critical K30911244, BT1019853 Some signatures are not matched under specific conditions 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1017153-4 2-Critical BT1017153 Asmlogd suddenly deletes all request log protobuf files and records from the database. 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1011065-1 2-Critical K39002226, BT1011065 Certain attack signatures may not match in multipart content 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1011061-4 2-Critical K39002226, BT1011061 Certain attack signatures may not match in multipart content 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
947341-4 3-Major BT947341 MySQL generates multiple error 24 (too many files open) for PRX.REQUEST_LOG DB tables files. 14.1.4.1, 15.1.3, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2
932133-1 3-Major BT932133 Payloads with large number of elements in XML take a lot of time to process 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
842013-1 3-Major BT842013 ASM Configuration is Lost on License Reactivation&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1042917-1 3-Major BT1042917 Using 'Full Export' of security policy should result with no diffs after importing it back to device. 16.1.2
1028109-1 3-Major BT1028109 Detected attack signature is reported with the wrong context. 16.1.2
1022269-1 3-Major BT1022269 False positive RFC compliant violation 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2
1004069-4 3-Major BT1004069 Brute force attack is detected too soon 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2
1004537-2 4-Minor BT1004537 Traffic Learning: Accept actions for multiple suggestions not localized 15.1.4, 16.1.2


Application Visibility and Reporting Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
932137-7 3-Major BT932137 AVR data might be restored from non-relevant files in /shared/avr_afm partition during upgrade 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
922105-1 3-Major BT922105 Avrd core when connection to BIG-IQ data collection device is not available 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1035133-4 3-Major BT1035133 Statistics data are partially missing in various BIG-IQ graphs under "Monitoring" tab 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
948113-1 4-Minor BT948113 User-defined report scheduling fails 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1020705-2 4-Minor BT1020705 tmsh show analytics dos-l3 report view-by attack-id" shows "allowed-requests-per-second" instead "attack_type_name 14.1.4.4, 15.1.3.1, 16.1.2


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1027217-1 1-Blocking BT1027217 Script errors in Network Access window using browser. 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1006893-4 2-Critical BT1006893 Use of ACCESS::oauth after ACCESS::session create/delete may result in TMM core 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
993457-1 3-Major BT993457 TMM core with ACCESS::policy evaluate iRule 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1021485-3 3-Major BT1021485 VDI desktops and apps freeze with Vmware and Citrix intermittently 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1017233-2 3-Major BT1017233 APM uses wrong session key when iRule for ActiveSync is used resulting in passwords corruption 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
939877-3 4-Minor BT939877 OAuth refresh token not found 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2


Service Provider Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1007113-3 2-Critical BT1007113 Pool member goes DOWN if the time difference between SCTP INIT and SCTP ABORT is less than two seconds 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1018285-2 4-Minor BT1018285 MRF DIAMETER to select automatic removal of a persistence entry on completion of a transaction 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1003633-1 4-Minor BT1003633 There might be wrong memory handling when message routing feature is used 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Advanced Firewall Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1049229-1 2-Critical BT1049229 When you try to create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list, the error: 'No Access' displays. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Traffic Classification Engine Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1013629-4 3-Major BT1013629 URLCAT: Scan finds many Group/User Read/Write (666/664/662) files 16.1.2
686783-1 4-Minor BT686783 UlrCat custom database feed list does not work when the URL contains a www prefix or capital letters. 13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2
1032689 4-Minor BT1032689 UlrCat Custom db feedlist does not work for some URLs 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


Device Management Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
929213-2 3-Major BT929213 iAppLX packages not rolled forward after BIG-IP upgrade&start; 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


SSL Orchestrator Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1038669-1 3-Major BT1038669 Antserver keeps restarting. 15.1.5, 16.1.2
1032797-1 3-Major BT1032797 Tmm continuously cores when parsing custom category URLs 15.1.5, 16.1.2



Cumulative fixes from BIG-IP v16.1.1 that are included in this release


Vulnerability Fixes

ID Number CVE Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
954425-4 CVE-2022-23031 K61112120, BT954425 Hardening of Live-Update 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
797797-7 CVE-2019-11811 K01512680, BT797797 CVE-2019-11811 kernel: use-after-free in drivers 14.1.4.3, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
1008561-4 CVE-2022-23025 K44110411, BT1008561 In very rare condition, BIG-IP may crash when SIP ALG is deployed 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Functional Change Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
911141-1 3-Major BT911141 GTP v1 APN is not decoded/encoded properly 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


TMOS Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
974241-3 2-Critical BT974241 Creation of access policy with modern customization may lead to failover in a VIPRION or vCMP guest with multiple blades 15.1.4, 16.1.1
887117-4 3-Major BT887117 Invalid SessionDB messages are sent to Standby 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1
1019829-2 3-Major BT1019829 Configsync.copyonswitch variable is not functioning on reboot 16.1.1
1018309-5 3-Major BT1018309 Loading config file with imish removes the last character 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1


Local Traffic Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1023341-1 1-Blocking   HSM hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.1
995405-1 2-Critical BT995405 After upgrade, the copied SSL vhf/vht profile prevents traffic from passing&start; 16.1.1, 16.1.3
1040677 2-Critical BT1040677 BIG-IP D120 platform reports page allocation failures in N3FIPS driver 16.1.1
980617-1 3-Major BT980617 SNAT iRule is not working with HTTP/2 and HTTP Router profiles 16.1.1
912945-3 4-Minor BT912945 A virtual server with multiple client SSL profiles, the profile with CN or SAN of the cert matching the SNI is not selected if cert is ECDSA-signed 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Global Traffic Manager (DNS) Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1039069-1 1-Blocking BT1039069 Multiple issues affecting the RESOLV::lookup iRule command following the fix to ID1007049.&start; 15.1.4, 16.1.1
993489-1 3-Major BT993489 GTM daemon leaks memory when reading GTM link objects 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


Application Security Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
996381-1 2-Critical K41503304, BT996381 ASM attack signature may not match as expected 13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
970329-1 2-Critical K70134152, BT970329 ASM hardening 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
965229-5 2-Critical BT965229 ASM Load hangs after upgrade&start; 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
986937-3 3-Major BT986937 Cannot create child policy when the signature staging setting is not equal in template and parent policy 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
981069-3 3-Major BT981069 Reset cause: "Internal error ( requested abort (payload release error))" 15.1.4, 16.1.1
962589-4 3-Major BT962589 Full Sync Requests Caused By Failed Relayed Call to delete_suggestion 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
951133-4 3-Major BT951133 Live Update does not work properly after upgrade&start; 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
920149-3 3-Major BT920149 Live Update default factory file for Server Technologies cannot be reinstalled 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1
888289-8 3-Major BT888289 Add option to skip percent characters during normalization 13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
1005105-3 3-Major BT1005105 Requests are missing on traffic event logging 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
1000741-1 3-Major K67397230, BT1000741 Fixing issue with input normalization 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
941625-3 4-Minor BT941625 BD sometimes encounters errors related to TS cookie building 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Application Visibility and Reporting Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
924945-5 3-Major BT924945 Fail to detach HTTP profile from virtual server 15.1.3, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
913085-6 3-Major BT913085 Avrd core when avrd process is stopped or restarted 13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1
909161-1 3-Major BT909161 A core file is generated upon avrd process restart or stop 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Access Policy Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1024101-1 3-Major BT1024101 SWG as a Service license improvements 16.1.1, 16.1.3
1022625-2 3-Major BT1022625 Profile type 'swg-transparent' should be selected on create page when 'create-new' is selected for SwgAsService in SSL Orchestrator 16.1.1


Service Provider Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
993913-4 2-Critical BT993913 TMM SIGSEGV core in Message Routing Framework 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
1012721-4 2-Critical BT1012721 Tmm may crash with SIP-ALG deployment in a particular race condition 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1
1007821-3 2-Critical BT1007821 SIP message routing may cause tmm crash 15.1.4, 16.1.1
996113-2 3-Major BT996113 SIP messages with unbalanced escaped quotes in headers are dropped 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
805821-1 3-Major BT805821 GTP log message contains no useful information 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
919301-1 4-Minor BT919301 GTP::ie count does not work with -message option 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
913413-1 4-Minor BT913413 'GTP::header extension count' iRule command returns 0 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
913409-1 4-Minor BT913409 GTP::header extension command may abort connection due to unreasonable TCL error 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
913393-1 5-Cosmetic BT913393 Tmsh help page for GTP iRule contains incorrect and missing information 13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Advanced Firewall Manager Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
992213-3 3-Major BT992213 Protocol Any displayed as HOPTOPT in AFM policy view 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.1.1
1000405-1 3-Major BT1000405 VLAN/Tunnels not listed when creating a new rule via GUI 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Protocol Inspection Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1018145 3-Major BT1018145 Firewall Manager user role is not allowed to configure/view protocol inspection profiles 15.1.4, 16.1.1


Guided Configuration Fixes

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description Fixed Versions
1013569-1 3-Major   Hardening of iApps processing 15.1.4, 16.1.1

 

Cumulative fix details for BIG-IP v16.1.3.1 that are included in this release

999901-1 : Certain LTM policies may not execute correctly after a system reboot or TMM restart.

Links to More Info: K68816502, BT999901

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
After a system reboot or TMM restart, LTM policies referencing an external data-group may not execute correctly, regardless of a successful matching condition.

This can cause a wide range of issues, including misrouted traffic, unshaped traffic, the bypassing of ASM, or complete traffic failure (based on the policy actions).

Note that if a virtual server references multiple LTM policies, and only some of those policies reference an external data-group, all LTM policies attached to the virtual server will be affected.

Conditions:
-- LTM policy with an external data-group configured on a virtual server.
-- System reboot or TMM restart.

Impact:
LTM policies may be unable to execute the appropriate action on a successful matching condition, leading to a wide range of traffic-impacting consequences.

Workaround:
Remove and re-add the affected policy to the desired virtual-server. Alternatively, to fix a wider number of affected virtual servers in one go, reload the system configuration by executing 'tmsh load sys config'.

Fix:
TMM now loads LTM policies with external data-groups as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


999881-6 : Tcl command 'string first' not working if payload contains Unicode characters.

Links to More Info: BT999881

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tcl command 'string first' returns an incorrect value when Unicode characters are present in the payload.

Conditions:
-- Tcl command 'string first' is used in iRules.
-- Payload contains Unicode characters.

Impact:
Traffic processing with iRules that contains the 'string first' command might not work as expected.

Workaround:
You can use any of the following workarounds:

-- Use iRuleLX.
-- Do not use Unicode characters in the payload.
-- Use a custom Tcl proc to iterate through the string using lindex

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


999125-1 : After changing management IP addresses, devices can be stuck indefinitely in improper Active/Active or Standby/Standby states.

Links to More Info: BT999125

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
After a device (or multiple devices) in a sync-failover device-group undergoes a management IP change, multiple devices in the group can be stuck indefinitely in improper Active/Active or Standby/Standby failover states.

Conditions:
-- One or more devices belonging to a sync-failover device-group undergo a management IP change.

Impact:
-- The affected units are unable to pass traffic, as they are either both Standby or Active (resulting in either no service availability or IP address conflicts in the network).

Workaround:
If you are planning to change management IP addresses on your devices, consider doing so during a maintenance window, in order to account for the eventuality this issue might occur.

Then, if this issue does occur, you can restore correct system functionality by restarting the sod daemon on all units that had their management IP address changed. To do so, run the following command:

tmsh restart sys service sod

Note: This is a one-time workaround, and the issue may re-occur if the devices undergo further management IP address changes in the future.

Fix:
Redundant devices remain in the correct failover state following a management IP address change.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


999097-1 : SSL::profile may select profile with outdated configuration

Links to More Info: BT999097

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under some circumstances, an iRule-selected SSL profile may a send previously configured certificate to the peer.

Conditions:
iRule command SSL::profile is used to select a profile that is not attached to the virtual server, and changes have been made in the profile's cert-key-chain field.

Impact:
The TLS client may receive an outdated certificate that does not match with the current configuration, potentially leading to handshake failures.

Workaround:
Avoid making changes to a profile that is actively being used by the iRule command.

Fix:
The system now makes sure that SSL profiles are properly reloaded after changes are made.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


998221-1 : Accessing pool members from configuration utility is slow with large config

Links to More Info: BT998221

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Accessing the pool members page from the BIG-IP Configuration Utility/GUI is slow compared with accessing Pool members from TMSH/CLI.

Conditions:
-- Accessing pool member information through the BIG-IP configuration utility.
-- Thousands of pools and pool members in the configuration.

Impact:
In the GUI, it takes approximately 20-30 seconds, whereas the CLI returns results in less than 1 second,

Managing pool members from configuration utility is very slow causing performance impact.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Optimized the GUI query used for retrieving pool members data.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.3, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2


997313-2 : Unable to create APM policies in a sync-only folder&start;

Links to More Info: BT997313

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Unable to configure an APM policy in a sync-only folder, or the configuration fails to load after an upgrade, with an error message similar to:

-- err mcpd[mcpd_pid]: 01070734:3: Configuration error: Invalid Devicegroup Reference. The customization_group (/Common/sync-only/example_apm_customization) requires customization_source (/Common/standard) to be syncd to the same devices

Conditions:
-- Multiple BIG-IP devices configured in a sync-only device group, but different/non-overlapping failover device groups
-- APM policy being created in a folder or partition associated with sync-only device group.

Impact:
-- Unable to create the access policy.
-- The configuration fails to load and the device remains inoperative.

Workaround:
You can use either of the following strategies to prevent the issue:

--Do not create APM policies in a sync-only folder.

--Disable MCPD device-group reference validation for the sync-only folder, e.g.:
    tmsh modify sys folder /Common/sync-only no-ref-check true
    tmsh save sys config

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


996381-1 : ASM attack signature may not match as expected

Links to More Info: K41503304, BT996381

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When processing traffic with ASM, attack signature 200000128 may not match as expected.

Conditions:
- Attack signature 200000128 enabled.

Impact:
Processed traffic may not match all expected attack signatures

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack signature 200000128 now matches as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


996233-1 : Tomcat may crash while processing TMUI requests

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, Tomcat may crash while processing TMUI requests.

Conditions:
- GTM provisioned
- Authenticated administrative user
- TMUI request

Impact:
Access to the TMUI disrupted while Tomcat restarts.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMUI now processes requests as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


996113-2 : SIP messages with unbalanced escaped quotes in headers are dropped

Links to More Info: BT996113

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
Dropped SIP messages.

Conditions:
-- MRF SIP virtual server
-- SIP Header Field has an escaped quote

Impact:
Certain SIP messages are not being passed via MRF.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


996001-5 : AVR Inspection Dashboard 'Last Month' does not show all data points

Links to More Info: BT996001

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A daily-based report (report with resolution of one day in each data-point) can be provided to only request with up-to 30 days. A request with 31 days shows only 2 entries.

Conditions:
This occurs when generating a 'Last Month' report for a month that contains 31 days of data.

Impact:
AVR Inspection Dashboard displays less data than expected: 2 points instead of 31 points.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Viewing a 'Last Month' graph now reports ~30 days worth of data, rather than a variable amount of data based on actual calendar periods.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


995405-1 : After upgrade, the copied SSL vhf/vht profile prevents traffic from passing&start;

Links to More Info: BT995405

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
After an RPM upgrade, SSL Orchestrator traffic does not pass

Conditions:
Upgrading SSL Orchestrator via RPM

Impact:
Traffic will not pass.

Workaround:
Bigstart restart tmm

Fix:
Fixed an issue that was preventing from passing after an RPM upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1, 16.1.3


994305-3 : The version of open-vm-tools included with BIG-IP Virtual Edition is 10.1.5

Links to More Info: BT994305

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Features supported in newer versions of open-vm-tools are not available.

Conditions:
This issue may be seen when running in VMware environments.

Impact:
Features that require a later version of open-vm-tools are not available.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
The version of open-vm-tools has been updated to 11.1.5.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


993981-3 : TMM may crash when ePVA is enabled

Links to More Info: K52340447, BT993981


993913-4 : TMM SIGSEGV core in Message Routing Framework

Links to More Info: BT993913

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
TMM crashes on SIGSEGV.

Conditions:
This can occur while passing traffic through the message routing framework.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


993613-7 : Device fails to request full sync

Links to More Info: BT993613

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Devices remain out of sync and ASM REST/GUI becomes unresponsive. asm_config_server may create many unique PIDs

Conditions:
-- A manual sync device group is configured and ASM sync is enabled.
-- Sync pushes are typically performed in one direction, and then a sync attempt is made in the opposite direction.

Impact:
-- The device that is meant to receive the config sync never requests or receives it.
-- The devices become unsynchronized which may cause unexpected traffic enforcement or dropped traffic.
-- ASM GUI becomes unresponsive.
-- Large number of asm_config_server processes increases host memory usage

Workaround:
Halting asm_config_server on the stuck device restores the working state and request a new sync.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


993517-1 : Loading an upgraded config can result in a file object error in some cases

Links to More Info: BT993517

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
After an upgrade from a version prior to 13.1.0, when loading a configuration that has had an HTTPS monitor in it, if that configuration has not yet been saved, you may see errors like this in the LTM log:

-- 0107134a:3: File object by name (DEFAULT) is missing.

If you run 'tmsh load sys config verify' on this configuration, the system also posts the error on the screen.

Conditions:
-- Upgrading from a version prior to 13.1.0.
-- At least one HTTPS monitor that has the kEDH cipher in its cipherlist.
-- Upgrading to version 13.1.1.4 or later.
-- Loading the configuration (either automatically on startup, or manually).

Impact:
Other than the error message, there is no impact.

Workaround:
After the initial reboot, save the configuration.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


993489-1 : GTM daemon leaks memory when reading GTM link objects

Links to More Info: BT993489

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
The gtmd process memory consumption is higher than expected.

Conditions:
DNS is provisioned and a provisioned GTM link object has been loaded.

Impact:
Increased memory usage of the GTM daemon. This may impact other capabilities, such as starting sync operations.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


993457-1 : TMM core with ACCESS::policy evaluate iRule

Links to More Info: BT993457

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
TMM segfaults in packtag_literal_pointer_release() during TCLRULE_CLIENT_CLOSED event attempting a session release.

Conditions:
-- The ACCESS::policy evaluate is still in progress when TCLRULE_CLIENT_CLOSED event is triggered.
-- While the TCLRULE_CLIENT_CLOSED is in process, the ACCESS::policy evaluation completes.

Impact:
This triggers a race condition and causes the tmm crash. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
TMM no longer crashes and generates a core file during the ACCESS::policy evaluate iRule under these conditions.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


992865-3 : Virtual server may not enter hardware SYN cookie mode on BIG-IP i11000 and i15000 series appliances

Links to More Info: BT992865

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
On particular platforms, virtual servers do not correctly enter hardware SYN cookie mode. Software SYN cookie mode still functions correctly.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server under SYN flood attack.
-- One of the following platforms
  + BIG-IP i11000 series (C123)
  + BIG-IP i15000 series (D116)

Impact:
Software SYN cookies are enabled, this has a performance impact compared to the hardware mode.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Virtual servers correctly enter hardware SYN cookie mode on all platforms.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.2.2


992213-3 : Protocol Any displayed as HOPTOPT in AFM policy view

Links to More Info: BT992213

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
The 'any' option for the AFM policy rule protocol is displayed incorrectly in the GUI.

Conditions:
-- Create a rule and set protocol as 'any'.
-- Navigate to active rules.

Impact:
GUI shows an incorrect value.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
GUI Shows correct value for rule protocol option.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


992121-4 : REST "/mgmt/tm/services" endpoint is not accessible

Links to More Info: BT992121

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Accessing "/mgmt/tm/services" failed with a null exception and returned 400 response.

Conditions:
When accessing /mgmt/tm/services through REST API

Impact:
Unable to get services through REST API, BIG-IQ needs that call for monitoring.

Fix:
/mgmt/tm/services through REST API is accessible and return the services successfully.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


992073-2 : APM NTLM Front End Authentication errors ECA_ERR_INPROGRESS

Links to More Info: K93543114, BT992073


991421-2 : TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic

Links to More Info: K91013510, BT991421


990461-5 : Per virtual server SYN cookie threshold is not preserved or converted during a software upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT990461

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
If the original per virtual server SYN cookie threshold value was greater than 4095, the value is not preserved or converted correctly after a software upgrade from v12.x to a later version.

Conditions:
-- Per virtual server SYN cookie threshold is set.
-- SYN cookie threshold is set to a value higher than 4095.

Impact:
A change in the SYN cookie threshold value in the virtual server context may result in a change in DoS behavior, depending on your configuration.

Workaround:
Manually update the SYN cookie threshold values after an upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 16.1.3


989701-8 : CVE-2020-25212 Kernel: A flaw was found in the NFSv4 implementation where when mounting a remote attacker controlled server it could return specially crafted response

Links to More Info: K42355373, BT989701


989517-3 : Acceleration section of virtual server page not available in DHD

Links to More Info: BT989517

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Cannot use Advanced Menu to create a virtual server for HTTP/2 on systems with DHD licenses. This occurs because the Acceleration section is not available.

You can via TMSH then it works, but at as soon as you use the GUI to modify the virtual server, it loses the HTTP/2 configuration.

Conditions:
The Acceleration section is not visible in case 'DoS' is provisioned (available with the DHD license).

Impact:
1) You are unable to use the GUI to modify any parameters of the Acceleration table in the virtual server page.

2) Loss of configuration items if making changes via the GUI.

Workaround:
A virtual server with parameters present in the Acceleration table can still be created using TMSH. However, do not edit that virtual server in the GUI, or the Acceleration parameters will be lost.

Fix:
The Acceleration table is now visible, and there is no loss of configuration items if making changes via the GUI.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


988549-10 : CVE-2020-29573: glibc vulnerability

Links to More Info: K27238230, BT988549


988165-3 : VMware CPU reservation is now enforced.

Links to More Info: BT988165

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
CPU reservation is not enforced which can result in users over-subscribing their hosts.

Conditions:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition running in VMware.

Impact:
If a host is oversubscribed, performance can suffer as traffic volumes increase.

Workaround:
Manually enforce the 2GHz per core rule when provisioning VMware instances to ensure that your VMware hosts are not oversubscribed.

Fix:
The VMware CPU reservation of 2GHz per core is now enforced. The CPU reservation can be up to 100 percent of the defined virtual machine hardware. For example, if the hypervisor has 2.0 GHz cores, and the VE is set to 4 cores, you will need 4 x 2.0 GHz reserved for 8GHz (or 8000 MHz).

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


987885-6 : Half-open unclean SSL termination might not close the connection properly

Links to More Info: BT987885

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Upon receiving TCP FIN from the client in the middle of the SSL Application Data, the BIG-IP system does not close the connection on either client- or server-side (i.e., it does not 'forward' the FIN on the server-side as it normally does) causing the connection to go stale until the timeout is reached.

Conditions:
-- TCP and SSL profiles configured on a virtual server.
-- Client terminates the connection in the middle of an SSL record.

Impact:
Connection termination does not happen. Connection remains in the connection table until idle timeout is reached.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


987341-1 : BIG-IP OpenID Connect Discovery process does not support strong TLS ciphers.

Links to More Info: BT987341

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP discovers and updates JSON Web Keys (JWK) in OpenID Connect (OIDC) deployments using a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). The JRE in BIG-IP does not support strong TLS ciphers, so the discovery/update process can fail against OIDC providers that enforce strong encryption requirements.

Conditions:
Using an OpenID Connect provider that allows only strong TLS ciphers. and using an APM configuration that validates incoming JWTs against a dynamic JWK list in Internal Validation Mode.

Impact:
This might cause discovery to fail against certain OpenID Connect auth providers that enforce strong cipher requirements. It could lead to JWT validation failure as the JWK expire and cannot be updated by BIG-IP.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3.1


987077-3 : TLS1.3 with client authentication handshake failure

Links to More Info: BT987077

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
SSL handshakes fail, and TLS clients send 'Bad Record MAC' errors.

Conditions:
-- LTM authentication profile using OCSP and TLS1.3.
-- Client application data arrives during LTM client authentication iRule.

Impact:
-- A handshake failure occurs.
-- Client certificate authentication may pass without checking its validity via OCSP.

Workaround:
Use TLS1.2 or use TLS1.3 without the LTM authentication profile.

Fix:
Handshake completes if using TLS1.3 with client authentication and LTM auth profile.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3


986937-3 : Cannot create child policy when the signature staging setting is not equal in template and parent policy

Links to More Info: BT986937

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When trying to create a child policy, you get an error:

FAILURE: "Could not update the Policy policy1. Inherited values may not be changed."

Conditions:
-- Parent policy created with signature staging disabled.
-- Creating a new child policy with that policy as a parent.

Impact:
You are unable to create the child policy and the system presents an error.

Workaround:
Create the policy without assigning it to the parent, and then assign it to the parent policy on the Inheritance Settings page.

Fix:
The error no longer occurs on child policy creation.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


985953-6 : GRE Transparent Ethernet Bridging inner MAC overwrite

Links to More Info: BT985953

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Traffic not being collected by virtual server and therefore not being forwarded to the nodes.

Conditions:
Encapsulated dest-mac is not equal to the Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnel mac-address.

Impact:
Virtual server is not collecting decapsulated packets from the GRE Transparent Bridge tunnel unless the dest-mac of the encapsulated packet is the same as the mac-address of the GRE tunnel.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Added a new DB key 'iptunnel.mac_overwrite'. This DB key defaults to 'disable'.

Set the DB key to 'enable' to cause the BIG-IP system to overwrite the destination MAC of the encapsulated traffic:

tmsh modify sys db iptunnel.mac_overwrite value enable
tmsh save sys config

This allows virtual servers on the BIG-IP system to process traffic.

Behavior Change:
Added a new DB key 'iptunnel.mac_overwrite'. This DB key defaults to 'disable'.

To cause the BIG-IP system to overwrite the destination MAC of the encapsulated traffic, set the DB key to 'enable' and save the config:

tmsh modify sys db iptunnel.mac_overwrite value enable
tmsh save sys config

This allows virtual servers on the BIG-IP system to process traffic.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


984749-1 : Discrepancy between DNS cache statistics "Client Summary" and "Client Cache."

Links to More Info: BT984749

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
"show ltm dns cache", shows difference between "Client Summary" and "Client Cache".

Conditions:
Create a resolver type DNS cache, attach to a DNS profile, and attach to a virtual server. Send queries to virtual server. Compare/review result of "show ltm dns cache."

Impact:
Client Cache Hit/Miss Statistics ratio affected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


984593-1 : BD crash

Links to More Info: BT984593

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
BD crashes.

Conditions:
The conditions under which this occurs are unknown.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while bd restarts.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


984585-3 : IP Reputation option not shown in GUI.

Links to More Info: BT984585

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Cannot configure IP Reputation option from the GUI.

Conditions:
Configuring the LTM policy type 'IP Reputation' using the GUI, when the 'IP Intelligence' module is licensed in time-limited modules.

Impact:
The IP Reputation option is not shown in GUI configuration list. Cannot create LTM policies with IP Reputation.

Workaround:
Use tmsh to configure IP Reputation.

Fix:
The IP Reputation option is now shown in the GUI.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


982757-3 : APM Access Guided Configuration hardening

Links to More Info: K53197140


982697-7 : ICMP hardening

Links to More Info: K41440465, BT982697


982341-7 : iControl REST endpoint hardening

Links to More Info: K53197140, BT982341


981069-3 : Reset cause: "Internal error ( requested abort (payload release error))"

Links to More Info: BT981069

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
An unexpected RST occurs on inbound traffic. The RST cause shows "Internal error ( requested abort (payload release error))"

Conditions:
When all the following conditions are met:
- The system was upgraded to a version where ID910253 is fixed
- TS cookie coming from a previous version
- data guard in non blocking (masking)
- response that is not zipped and has a textual content type

Impact:
Traffic is affected.

Workaround:
Any of the following actions can resolve the issue:

1. Turn off data guard or change it to blocking.
2. Make the server reply with zipped responses (perhaps by adding the accept-encoding: gzip using an iRule).
3. Add an additional response related feature.
4. Use the following iRule in case there aren't cookie related enforcement:
when HTTP_REQUEST {
  set cookies [HTTP::cookie names]
  foreach aCookie $cookies {
    if {$aCookie matches_regex {^TS(?:[0-9a-fA-F]{6,8})(?:$|_[0-9]+$)}} {
      HTTP::cookie remove $aCookie
    }
  }
}

Fix:
Fixed an issue that was triggering resets on traffic.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


980617-1 : SNAT iRule is not working with HTTP/2 and HTTP Router profiles

Links to More Info: BT980617

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
On HTTP/2 full-proxy virtual servers, the snatpool command in an iRule is accepted but the source address server-side is not changed.

Conditions:
1.) Basic HTTP profile and HTTP/2 profile is configured on BIG-IP systems
2.) iRule with snatpool <pool_name>, snat <IP> is configured

Impact:
Unable to use snatpool (and possibly snat) in iRule to control the server-side source address.

Workaround:
Configure SNAT under the virtual server configuration, rather than in an iRule.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1


977761 : Connections are dropped if a certificate is revoked.

Links to More Info: BT977761

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
SSL handshake failures occur with the backend server revoked certificate in case of reverse proxy.

Conditions:
1. BIG-IP LTM configured as SSL reverse proxy.
2. revoked-cert-status-response-control set to ignore in the server ssl profile.
3. server certificate authentication set to "require" in the server ssl profile.

Impact:
Ssl handshake failures due to revoked server certificate

Workaround:
1. Set the server certificate authentication to ignore in the server ssl profile.

Fix:
Added checks to validate the certificate as well as the flags set (ignore/drop) for the revoked certificate.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


977153-3 : Packet with routing header IPv6 as next header in IP layer fails to be forwarded

Links to More Info: BT977153

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP systems fail to follow RFC 5095, which specifies the traffic should be forwarded.

Conditions:
This symptom is found when the following conditions are met:
-- An IPv6 packet whose Next Header in IP header is Routing Header IPv6.
-- In the Routing Header IPv6 header, the Type field is 0.
-- In the Routing Header IPv6 header, the Segment Left field is 0.

Impact:
This failure in forwarding ICMP error message prevents the BIG-IP AFM product from completing certification.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


976669-5 : FIPS Integrity check fails for other secondary blades after rebooting/replacing secondary blade

Links to More Info: BT976669

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
After rebooting or replacing a secondary blade, the FIPS integrity check fails for other secondary blades and they fail to fully boot.

Conditions:
This can occur after rebooting or replacing a secondary blade.

Impact:
When the FIPS integrity checks fail the blades won't fully boot.

Workaround:
On the secondary blade reboot, the following critical files are deleted from other secondary blades which leads to FIPS integrity check failure:

/root/.ssh/authorized_keys
/root/.ssh/known_hosts

To mitigate, copy the missing files from the primary blade to the secondary blade.

From the primary blade, issue the following command towards the secondary blade(s).

rsync -avz -e ssh /root/.ssh/* root@<Secondary Blade>:/root/.ssh/

Fix:
Critical files are not deleted during secondary blade reboot.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


976337-2 : i40evf Requested 4 queues, but PF only gave us 16.

Links to More Info: BT976337

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
During BIG-IP system boot, a message is logged:

i40evf 0000:05:00.0: Requested 4 queues, but PF only gave us 16.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP Virtual Edition configured for SR-IOV
-- E810 virtual functions (VFs)

Impact:
A message is logged but it is benign and can be ignored.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


974341-6 : REST API: File upload

Links to More Info: K08402414, BT974341


974241-3 : Creation of access policy with modern customization may lead to failover in a VIPRION or vCMP guest with multiple blades

Links to More Info: BT974241

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Mcpd exists with error similar to:

01070734:3: Configuration error: Configuration from primary failed validation: 010713cf:3: Configuration group '/Common/test1_end_deny_ag' has invalid source '/Common/standard'

Conditions:
1. VIPRION or vCMP guest with multiple blades in a cluster
2. Create a access policy with modern customization enabled

Impact:
Mcpd restarts leading to failover.

Workaround:
Use standard customization and not modern customization.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


973409-6 : CVE-2020-1971 - openssl: EDIPARTYNAME NULL pointer de-reference

Links to More Info: K42910051, BT973409


972517-7 : Appliance mode hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Appliance mode license restrictions do not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- Appliance-mode license
- Authenticated administrative user
- Monitors in use

Impact:
Appliance mode does not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Appliance mode now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3.1


972489-7 : BIG-IP Appliance Mode iControl hardening

Component: iApp Technology

Symptoms:
When operating in Appliance mode iControl does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- Authenticated administrative user
- Appliance mode license
- iControl request

Impact:
Appliance mode iControl does not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
iControl now follows current best practices while operating under and Appliance mode license.

Behavior Change:
Restjavad.disablerpmtasks with default value true and restjavad.disablepackagemanagementtasks with default value false were introduced.

When restjavad.disablerpmtasks is true, /mgmt/shared/rpm-tasks endpoint won't be accessible. Otherwise will be accessible.

When restjavad.disablepackagemanagementtasks is true, /mgmt/shared/package-management-tasks endpoint won't be accessible. Otherwise will be accessible.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.3


970329-1 : ASM hardening

Links to More Info: K70134152, BT970329

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, ASM does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


969317-4 : "Restrict to Single Client IP" option is ignored for vmware VDI

Links to More Info: BT969317

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
The Restrict to Single Client IP option in the Access Policy is not being honored for VMware VDI.

Conditions:
- Configure APM Webtop with vmware VDI.
- Set "Restrict to Single Client IP" option in Access Profile.
- Try to launch vmware desktop on one client. Copy the launch URI
- Try to launch vmware desktop from other client using the copied URI.

Impact:
A connection from the second client is allowed, but it should not be allowed.

Fix:
Restrict to Single Client IP is honored for VMware VDI for both PCOIP and Blast protocols.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


969297 : Virtual IP configured on a system with SelfIP on vwire becomes unresponsive

Links to More Info: BT969297

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Virtual IP ARP does not get resolved when a SelfIP is configured on a virtual-wire.

Conditions:
Issue happens when a SelfIP address is configured and a Virtual IP address is configured for a Virtual Server.

Impact:
The virtual server is unreachable.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
ARP forwarding to peer is decided based on whether Virtual IP and self-IP is configured or not.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


968929-2 : TMM may crash when resetting a connection on an APM virtual server

Links to More Info: BT968929

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes.

Conditions:
- HTTP profile without fallback host.
- iRules.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Configure fallback host to an HTTP profile that redirects the request to a specified location.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


968893-3 : TMM crash when processing APM traffic

Links to More Info: K93526903, BT968893


968657-1 : Added support for IMDSv2 on AWS

Links to More Info: BT968657

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
AWS added a token-based Instance MetaData Service API (IMDSv2). Prior versions of BIG-IP Virtual Edition supported only a request/response method (IMDSv1). When the AWS API is starting with IMDSv2, you will receive the following error message:

get_dossier call on the command line fails with:
        01170003:3: halGetDossier returned error (1): Dossier generation failed.

This latest version of BIG-IP Virtual Edition now supports instances started with IMDSv2.

Conditions:
AWS instances started with IMDSv2.

Impact:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition cannot license or re-license AWS instances started with IMDSv2 and other metadata-based functionality will not function.

Fix:
With the latest version of BIG-IP VE, you can now initialize "IMDSv2 only" instances in AWS and migrate your existing instances to "IMDSv2 only" using aws-cli commands. For details, consult documentation: https://clouddocs.f5.com/cloud/public/v1/shared/aws-ha-IAM.html#check-the-metadata-service-for-iam-role
 
IMDSv2 documentation from AWS: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/configuring-instance-metadata-service.html

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


968581-4 : TMSH option max-response for "show /ltm profile ramcache" command may not comply with its description

Links to More Info: BT968581

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The TMSH command "show /ltm profile ramcache" has a max-response option to output a number of records designated in this parameter. Due to calculation algorithm, the command may output less records than RAMCACHE stores or more records than the limit prescribes.

Conditions:
-- A virtual server is configured on BIG-IP.
-- A webacceleration profile with no web application is attached to the virtual server.
-- Traffic is sent over the virtual server with a number of unique cacheable documents that exceed a designated limit.

Impact:
Output of the command may not match to actual list of stored documents in RAMCACHE.

Fix:
Command "show /ltm /profile ramcache" respects a limit defined as "max-response" parameter.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


967101-1 : When all of the interfaces in the trunk are brought up, Gratuitous ARP is not being sent out.

Links to More Info: BT967101

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Gratuitous ARP (GARP) messages are dropped at the time of sending GARP because the number of links up in the trunk is 0 (which returns "error 18" ... ERR_NOT_FOUND)

Conditions:
-- Two BIG-IP systems with switchless configuration, such as i2xxx and i4xxx.
-- Bring down and up the interfaces at the same time in the trunk.

Impact:
Neighboring device arp table is not updated about the BIG-IP interface status, because no gratuitous ARP message is sent out.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


965853-6 : IM package file hardening&start;

Links to More Info: K08510472, BT965853


965785-4 : Active/Standby sync process fails to populate table DCC.HSL_DATA_PROFILES on standby machine

Links to More Info: BT965785

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
DCC.HSL_DATA_PROFILES table on standby machine stay empty after sync process. Error for DB insert failure into table DCC.HSL_DATA_PROFILES thrown in asm_config_server.log.

Conditions:
There is no specific condition, the problem occurs rarely.

Impact:
Sync process requires an additional ASM restart

Workaround:
Restart ASM after sync process finished

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


965229-5 : ASM Load hangs after upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT965229

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM upgrade hangs, and you see the following in
var/log/ts/asm_start.log:
-------------------------
asm_start|DEBUG|Nov 15 07:04:41.751|25365|F5::ConfigSync::restore_active_policies,,Restoring active policy - policy /Common/my_portal (id = 603)
... END OF FILE ...
-------------------------

In /var/log/asm:
-----------------------------
2020-11-15T06:01:23+00:00 localhost notice boot_marker : ---===[ HD1.cm6250 - BIG-IP 13.1.3.4 Build 0.255.5 <HD1.cm6250> ]===---
 info set_ibdata1_size.pl[20499]: Setting ibdata1 size finished successfully, a new size is: 9216M
 info tsconfig.pl[24675]: ASM initial configration script launched
 info tsconfig.pl[24675]: ASM initial configration script finished
 info asm_start[25365]: ASM config loaded
 err asm_tables_dump.pl[31430]: gave up waiting for ASM to start, please try again later
-----------------------------

Conditions:
-- ASM provisioned
-- 600 or more security policies
-- Performing an upgrade

Impact:
ASM post upgrade config load hangs and there are no logs or errors

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


964625-5 : Improper processing of firewall-rule metadata

Links to More Info: BT964625

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
The 'mcpd' process may suffer a failure and be restarted.

Conditions:
Adding very large firewall-policy rules, whether manually, or from config-sync, or from BIG-IQ.

Impact:
-- MCPD crashes, which disrupts both control-plane and data-plane processing while services restart.
-- Inability to configure firewall policy.

Workaround:
Reduce the number of firewall policy rules.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


964489-7 : Protocol Inspection IM package hardening

Links to More Info: K08510472, BT964489


963541-1 : Net-snmp5.8 crash

Links to More Info: BT963541

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Snmpd crashes.

Conditions:
This does not always occur, but it may occur after a subagent (bgpd) is disconnected.

Impact:
Snmpd crashes.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


962589-4 : Full Sync Requests Caused By Failed Relayed Call to delete_suggestion

Links to More Info: BT962589

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When using parent policies with learning enabled in an auto-sync device group, in some use cases deleting an ignored suggestion on a parent policy will cause a full sync to occur.
This can cause unexpected delays in configuration being synchronized between peers, and in the event of repeated instances in quick succession could fill the /var partition

Conditions:
1) Device Group with ASM and auto-sync enabled
2) Parent Policies with learning are in use.
3) Ignored Suggestions are deleted on the parent policy after they have 0 suggesting children left.

Impact:
ASM configuration requests a full sync which can cause unexpected slowness in config synchronization and may fill the /var partition if done multiple times in quick succession.
A full /var partition can lead to bd cores.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


961509-5 : ASM blocks WebSocket frames with signature matched but Transparent policy

Links to More Info: BT961509

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
WebSocket frames receive a close frame

Conditions:
-- ASM provisioned
-- ASM policy attached to a virtual server
-- WebSocket profile attached to a virtual server
-- ASM policy transparent mode enabled

Impact:
WebSocket frame blocked in transparent mode

Workaround:
Change signatures blocking settings to Learn = Yes, Alarm = Yes, Block = No

Fix:
WebSocket frame blocking condition now takes into account global transparent mode setting.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


959985-3 : Update VMware hardware version templates for BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) from v10 to v13 in order to support VMs deployed in more versions of vSphere ESXi.

Links to More Info: BT959985

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Virtual hardware version setting for BIG-IP VE VMware templates (virtualHW.version) are set to version 10 and must change to version 13, so more versions of vSphere ESXi (for example, ESXi v6.0 and later) can support deploying BIG-IP Virtual Edition.

Conditions:
Using BIG-IP Virtual Edition VMware hardware templates set to v10 running in most, later versions of VMware ESXi.

Impact:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition VMware hardware templates result in performance issues and deployment errors/failures.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Changed the BIG-IP Virtual Edition VMware hardware template version setting (virtualHW.version) to 13 and deployed them successfully using later versions of VMware ESXi.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


959609-4 : Autodiscd daemon keeps crashing

Links to More Info: BT959609

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
Autodiscd daemon keeps crashing.

Conditions:
Issue is happening when high speed logging and auto discovery configuration are configured and send the traffic.

Impact:
Auto discovery feature is not working as expected

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Auto discovery feature now works as expected.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


957905-1 : SIP Requests / Responses over TCP without content_length header are not aborted by BIG-IP.

Links to More Info: BT957905

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
SIP Requests that don't contain a content_length header are accepted and forwarded by the BIG-IP to the server.

SIP Responses that don't contain a content_length header are accepted and forwarded to the client.

The sipmsg parser does not treats the content_length header as a required header as part of the SIP Request / Response.

Conditions:
SIP request / response without content_length header.

Impact:
RFC 6731 non compliance.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
BIG-IP now aborts the connection of any TCP SIP request / response that does not contain a content_length header.

content_length header is treated as optional for UDP and SCTP.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


957637-1 : The pfmand daemon can crash when it starts.

Links to More Info: BT957637

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The pfmand process crashes and writes out a core file during bootup (or if the process is manually restarted by an Administrator for any reason) on certain platforms.

The crash may happen more than once, until the process finally settles and is able to start correctly.

Conditions:
-- Platforms i4000/i2000/i4800/i2800/i4600/i2600/i850.

Impact:
Network connection lost while pfmand restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The issue causing the pfmand daemon to occasionally crash has been resolved.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


956013-4 : System reports{{validation_errors}}

Links to More Info: BT956013

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
A {{validation_errors}} at Subscriber Management :: Control Plane Listeners and Data Plane Listeners with ipv6 addresses

Conditions:
Specifying an IPv6 address in the expression in Subscriber Management :: Control Plane Listeners and Policy Enforcement :: Data Plane Listeners.

Impact:
Cannot access the BIG-IP GUI through IPv6 address from any web browser. Admin/User cannot enter input through GUI.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


955617-8 : Cannot modify properties of a monitor that is already in use by a pool

Links to More Info: BT955617

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Modifying monitor properties gives error, if it is attached to a pool with Node/Pool member instance.

0107082c:3: Cannot modify the destination address of monitor /Common/my_monitor

Conditions:
-- Monitor with alias address field as default properties.
-- Pool containing a node or pool member.
-- Monitor is attached to the pool.

Impact:
Monitor properties can't be modified if they are in use by a pool.

Workaround:
Remove monitor, modify it, and then add it back.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


954425-4 : Hardening of Live-Update

Links to More Info: K61112120, BT954425


953601-4 : HTTPS monitors marking pool member offline when restrictive ciphers are configured for all TLS protocol versions

Links to More Info: BT953601

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
HTTPS monitor marks pool member/nodes as down and they remain down until bigd is restarted or the monitor instance is removed and created again.

Conditions:
BIG-IP is configured with restrictive ciphers that are only compatible with TLS 1.2 (ECDH+AESGCM) but all of the TLS protocol versions are allowed. When HTTPS monitor TLS 1.0 handshake fails, due to incompatible ciphers with the server being monitored. It does not try TLS 1.2 version and marks pool members or nodes as down.

Impact:
HTTPS monitor shows pool members or nodes down when they are up.

Workaround:
Restart bigd or remove and add monitors.

Fix:
In case of handshake failure, BIG-IP will try TLS 1.2 version.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


951257-5 : FTP active data channels are not established

Links to More Info: K82034427, BT951257


951133-4 : Live Update does not work properly after upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT951133

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
After upgrading BIG-IP version the Live Update "Check for Update" button does not respond.

Conditions:
Upgrading from a version that did not have Live Update to a new version which includes Live Update

Impact:
Live Update can't query for new updates.

Workaround:
Restart tomcat process:
> bigstart restart tomcat

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


950149 : Add configuration to ccmode for compliance with the Common Criteria STIP PPM.

Links to More Info: BT950149

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
To comply with configuration requirements for the Common Criteria STIP PPM, the ccmode script must be updated.

Conditions:
Required compliance with Common Criteria STIP PPM configuration.

Impact:
Without these updates, the BIG-IP will not be compliant with the Common Criteria STIP requirements.

Workaround:
Follow the instructions in the Common Criteria Guidance document.

Fix:
This fix added configuration elements for compliance to Common Criteria STIP PPM requirements.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


950069-1 : Zonerunner can't edit TXT records containing a + symbol - "Resolver returned no such record"

Links to More Info: BT950069

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
When attempting to use zonerunner to edit a TXT record that contains a plus character, BIG-IP DNS presents the error message 'Resolver returned no such record'.

Conditions:
A TXT record exists with RDATA (the value of the TXT record) containing one or more + symbols

Impact:
Unable to edit the record.

Workaround:
Two workarounds available:

1. Use zonerunner to delete the record and then recreate it with the desired RDATA value

2. Manually edit the bind zone file (see K7032)

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


948985-3 : Workaround to address Nitrox 3 compression engine hang

Links to More Info: BT948985

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Occasionally the Nitrox3 compression engine hangs.

In /var/log/ltm:
 
crit tmm[12404]: 01010025:2: Device error: n3-compress0 Nitrox 3, Hang Detected: compression device was reset (pci 02:00.1, discarded 1).
crit tmm[12404]: 01010025:2: Device error: n3-compress0 Zip engine ctx eviction (comp_code=0): ctx dropped.

Conditions:
The BIG-IP system uses Nitrox 3 hardware compression chip: 5xxx, 7xxx, 12250, and B2250.

You can check if your platform has nitrox3 by running the following command:

tmctl -w 200 compress -s provider

provider
--------
bzip2
lzo
nitrox3 <--------
zlib

Impact:
The Nitrox3 hardware compression system becomes unavailable and the compression mode switches to software compression. This can lead to high CPU usage.

Workaround:
Disable HTTP compression or use software compression.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


948241-4 : Count Stateful anomalies based only on Device ID

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Currently when Device ID is enabled, the BIG-IP system counts stateful anomalies on both IP and Device ID. When a client has a proxy (without XFF), and many requests arrive with the same IP, this can cause false positives

Conditions:
- Bot Defense profile is attached to a virtual server.
- Bot Defense profile has "Browser Verification" set to "Verify After Access" or "Device ID Mode" set to "Generate After Access".

Impact:
False positives may occur in case of a proxy without XFF

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Stateful anomalies are no longer counted on IP when Device ID is enabled

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


948113-1 : User-defined report scheduling fails

Links to More Info: BT948113

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
A scheduled report fails to be sent.

An error message with the following format may appear on /var/log/avr/monpd.log file (some parts of the error message were replaced with '.....' in here to leave only the common parts):
     DB|ERROR|....... Error (err-code 1054) executing SQL string :
.....
.....
.....
 Because : Unknown column ....... in 'order clause'

Conditions:
1. Using predefined-report in scheduled-report.
2. Predefined-report has more than one measure.
3. Sort-by value is different from the first measure on predefined-report

Impact:
Internal error for AVR report for ASM pre-defined.

Workaround:
First, remount /usr to read-write:
mount -o remount,rw /usr

Next, open file /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/F5/AVReporter/Client.pm and change the following line:
push(@measures,@{$base_request->{measures}}[0]);
to this:
push(@measures,@{$base_request->{sort_by}}[0]->{measure});

The above can be achieved with the following script-line (please first backup the Client.pm file and then verify it changed it correctly):
sed -i 's/push(@measures,@{\$base_request->{measures}}\[0\])/push(@measures,@{$base_request->{sort_by}}[0]->{measure})/' /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/F5/AVReporter/Client.pm

Lastly, remount /usr back to read-only:
mount -o remount,ro /usr

Fix:
Using 'sort-by' measure when building PDF (instead of the first value on measure-list)

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


947905-4 : Upgrade from 13.1.4, 14.1.4, or 15.1.1 to 14.0.x, 15.0.x, 16.0.0 or 16.0.0.1 fails&start;

Links to More Info: BT947905

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Loading configuration process fails after an upgrade from 13.1.4, 14.1.4, or 15.1.1 to release 14.0.0, 15.0.0, 16.0.0 or 16.0.0.1.

The system posts errors similar to the following:

-- info tmsh[xxxx]: cli schema (15.1.1) has been loaded from schema data files.
-- crit tmsh[xxxx]: 01420001:2: Can't load keyword definition (user-account.session_limit) : framework/SchemaCmd.cpp, line 825.
-- crit tmsh[xxxx]: 01420001:2: Can't load keyword definition (system-settings.ssh_max_session_limit) : framework/SchemaCmd.cpp, line 825
-- emerg load_config_files[xxxx]: "/usr/bin/tmsh -n -g -a load sys config partitions all base " - failed. -- Loading schema version: 15.1.1.
-- err mcpd[xxxx]: 01070422:3: Base configuration load failed.
-- Unexpected Error: "Can't load keyword definition (user-account.session_limit)".
-- Unexpected Error: "Can't load keyword definition (system-settings.ssh_max_session_limit)"
-- Syntax Error:(/config/bigip_user.conf at line: 10) "session-limit" unknown property

Conditions:
Upgrade from one of the following release:

-- v13.1.4 or later within the v13.1.x branch
-- v14.1.4 or later within the v14.1.x branch
-- v15.1.1 or later within the v15.1.x branch

to one of the following releases:

-- v14.0 through v14.1.3.1
-- v15.0 through v15.1.0.5
-- v16.0.0 and v16.0.0.1

Impact:
After upgrade, config does not load. The system hangs at the base configuration load failure status.

Workaround:
Although there is no workaround, you can avoid this issue by upgrading to the most recent maintenance or point release in v14.1.x, v15.1.x, or v16.x.

You can find a list of most current software releases in K5903: BIG-IP software support policy :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K5903

Fixed Versions:
16.0.1, 16.1.3


947341-4 : MySQL generates multiple error 24 (too many files open) for PRX.REQUEST_LOG DB tables files.

Links to More Info: BT947341

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
1) var/lib/mysql/mysqld.err is filled with log entries that contain:
------------
  200824 11:04:43 [ERROR] mysqld: Can't open file: './PRX/REQUEST_LOG.frm' (errno: 24)
  200824 11:18:46 [ERROR] mysqld: Can't open file: './PRX/REQUEST_LOG.frm' (errno: 24)
  200824 11:35:58 [ERROR] mysqld: Can't open file: './PRX/REQUEST_LOG.frm' (errno: 24)
------------

2) There are a lot of PRX.REQUEST_LOG partitions, in some cases up to 1024, many of which are empty.

Conditions:
ASM/AVR provisioned

Impact:
MySQL runs out of resources when opening the file
PRX.REQUEST_LOG and an error message states the file is corrupt.

Workaround:
1. If the /appdata partition is filled to 100% and MySQL restarts continuously, refer to the following Knowledge Articles:
   https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K14956
   https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K42497314

2. To identify the empty partitions, look into:
   mysql -su root -p$(perl -MPassCrypt -nle 'print PassCrypt::decrypt_password($_)' /var/db/mysqlpw) -e "SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.PARTITIONS WHERE table_name = 'REQUEST_LOG' AND table_schema = 'PRX'\G"

3. For every partition that is empty, manually (or via shell script) execute this sql:
   mysql -su root -p$(perl -MPassCrypt -nle 'print PassCrypt::decrypt_password($_)' /var/db/mysqlpw) -e "ALTER TABLE PRX.REQUEST_LOG DROP PARTITION <empty_partition_name>;"

   Note: <empty_partition_name> must be substituted with the partition name, for example p100001.


4. Increase 'open_files_limit' to '10000'.
--------------------------------

   In the /etc/my.cnf file:
   1. Change the value of the 'open_files_limit' parameter to 10000.
   2. Restart MySQL:
   bigstart restart mysql
--------------------------------

5. pkill asmlogd

Note: This workaround does not survive upgrade. It must be reapplied after every upgrade until the upgraded version contains a fix.

Fix:
This release increases the default 'open_files_limit' to '10000'.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.1, 15.1.3, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2


947333-2 : Irrelevant content profile diffs in Policy Diff

Links to More Info: BT947333

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Defense attributes' grayed out values are shown in the policy diff even if "any" is selected

Conditions:
-- Import a policy
-- Perform a policy diff

Impact:
Policy diff showing irrelevant diffs

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Removed grayed out diffs from policy diff content profile section

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


946325-7 : PEM subscriber GUI hardening

Links to More Info: K25451853, BT946325


946185-3 : Unable to view iApp component due to error 'An error has occurred while trying to process your request.'&start;

Links to More Info: BT946185

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When accessing the iApp Components tab, the system presents an error similar to the following:

An error has occurred while trying to process your request.

Conditions:
-- With or without Partitions configured.
-- Navigate to GUI iApps :: Application Services : Applications, to view a custom iApp.
-- More likely to occur after upgrade.

Impact:
Unable to view/modify iApps via GUI iApps :: Application Services : Applications screen.

Workaround:
To reconfigure the iApp, do the following:

1. Navigate to the following location in the GUI:
Local Traffic :: Virtual Server List

2. Click the Application Link :: Reconfigure.

Note: Although this allows you to reconfigure an iApp, it does not provide access to the iApp application details Components page.

Fix:
Viewing Application Service components now reports no errors in the GUI under these conditions.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


945853-4 : Tmm crash when multiple virtual servers are created, modified, or deleted in quick succession

Links to More Info: BT945853

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes during a configuration change.

Conditions:
This occurs under the following conditions:

-- Create/modify/delete multiple virtual servers in quick succession.

-- Perform back-to-back config loads / UCS loads containing a large number of virtual server configurations.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
TMM no longer crashes during a configuration change.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.3, 16.1.3


945357 : BIG-IP must be able to set CA=True when creating Certificate Signing Requests from TMSH.

Links to More Info: BT945357

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A Certificate Signing Request (CSR) is generated on the BIG-IP device to be used to create a certificate. It is possible for the entity owning the just-created certificate to serve as a Certificate Authority (CA) and be able to issue certificates and private keys to other parties. However, that ability does not exist unless the certificate has the CA field set to True (by default it is set to False).

Conditions:
In the TMSH prompt on the Command Line Interface (CLI), an attempt is made to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) to be used to eventually create a certificate and corresponding private key.

Impact:
Without this change, certificates and private keys generated on the BIG-IP device cannot be directly provided to certification authorities so they can be used to sign certificates they would issue to other parties.

Workaround:
This is a new facility, not provided before, and overcomes a limitation. Without this facility, existing users of the BIG-IP are not impacted at all. As such, there is no workaround applicable.

Fix:
This fix enables certificates and private keys generated on the BIG-IP device via CSR's to be directly provided to certification authorities for their use. Because the CA field is set to now True, this fix adds convenience for certification authorities.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


944381-2 : Dynamic CRL checking for client certificate is not working when TLS1.3 is used.

Links to More Info: BT944381

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In SSL reverse proxy, dynamic CRL checking for client certificate is not working when TLS 1.3 handshake is used.
The SSL handshake successfully completed even though the client certificate is revoked.

Conditions:
-- Dynamic CRL checking enabled on a client-ssl profile
-- The client-side SSL handshake uses TLS1.3.

Impact:
The handshake should fail but complete successfully

Fix:
The issue was due to Dynamic CRL revocation check has not been integrated to TLS 1.3.

After the Dynamic CRL checking is integrated to TLS 1.3, the TLS handshake will work as expected.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


944121-4 : Missing SNI information when using non-default domain https monitor running in TMM mode.

Links to More Info: BT944121

Component: In-tmm monitors

Symptoms:
In-TMM https monitors do not send the SNI (Server Name Indication) information for non-default route domain pool members.

In-TMM monitors do not send any packet when TLS1.3 monitor is used.

Conditions:
-- SNI is configured in serverssl profile
-- serverssl profile is assigned to in-tmm https monitors
-- https monitors are monitoring pool members that are in a non-default route domain.

 - Another Condition :

TLS1.3 Monitor is used

Impact:
The TLS connection might fail in case of SNI

No SYN packet is sent in case of TLS1.3 monitor

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


943669-4 : B4450 blade reboot

Links to More Info: BT943669

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
In a rare scenario, a B4450 blade suddenly reboots.

Conditions:
This occurs when there is heavy traffic load on VIPRION B4450 blades. The root cause is unknown. It happens extremely rarely.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while the blade reboots.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
The system now monitors the pause frames and reboots when needed.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.2, 16.1.2.2


943577-1 : Full sync failure for traffic-matching-criteria with port list under certain conditions

Links to More Info: BT943577

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Performing a full configuration sync with traffic-matching-criteria (TMC) under specific conditions fails with errors similar to:

err mcpd[6489]: 01070710:3: Database error (13), Cannot update_indexes/checkpoint DB object, class:traffic_matching_criteria_port_update status:13 - EdbCfgObj.cpp, line 127.
err mcpd[6489]: 01071488:3: Remote transaction for device group /Common/Failover to commit id 245 6869100131892804717 /Common/tmc-sync-2-bigip1.test 0 failed with error 01070710:3: Database error (13), Cannot update_indexes/checkpoint DB object, class:traffic_matching_criteria_port_update status:13 - EdbCfgObj.cpp, line 127..

Conditions:
This may occur on a full-load config sync (not an incremental sync)
On the device receiving the ConfigSync:
   - a traffic-matching-criteria is attached to a virtual server
   - the traffic-matching-criteria is using a port-list
On the device sourcing the ConfigSync:
   - the same traffic-matching-criteria is attached to the same virtual server
   - the original port-list is modified (e.g. a description is changed)
   - the TMC is changed to reference a _different_ port-list

Impact:
Unable to sync configurations.

Workaround:
Copy the "net port-list" and "ltm traffic-matching-criteria" objects from the source to target system, merge them with "tmsh load sys config merge", and then perform a force-full-load-push sync from source to target.

If the BIG-IP systems are using device groups with auto-sync enabled, disable auto-sync temporarily while performing this workaround.

1. On the source system (the system whose configuration you want to sync to peer), save the configuration and extract the ltm traffic-matching-criteria and port-lists:

tmsh save sys config

(shopt -s nullglob; echo "#"; echo "# $HOSTNAME"; echo "# generated $(date +"%F %T %z")"
    cat /config{/partitions/*,}/bigip{_base,}.conf |
    awk '
        BEGIN { p=0 }
        /^(ltm traffic-matching-criteria|net port-list) / { p=1 }
        /^}/ { if (p) { p=0; print } }
        { if (p) print; }
    ' ) > /var/tmp/portlists-and-tmcs.txt

2. Copy /var/tmp/portlists-and-tmcs.txt to the target system

3. On the target system, load that file:

    tmsh load sys config replace file /var/tmp/portlists-and-tmcs.txt

3a. If loading the config file on the target system fails with the same error message seen during a ConfigSync, follow the procedure in
K13030: Forcing the mcpd process to reload the BIG-IP configuration :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K13030.

   tmsh save sys config
   clsh touch /service/mcpd/forceload
   clsh reboot

4. On the source system, force a full-load sync to the device-group:

    tmsh run cm config-sync force-full-load-push to-group <name of sync-group>

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


943109-4 : Mcpd crash when bulk deleting Bot Defense profiles

Links to More Info: BT943109

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When bulk deleting a large number of Bot Defense profiles (around 450 profiles) using TMSH, mcpd could crash.

Conditions:
This can be encountered during bulk delete of Bot Defenese profiles via tmsh.

Impact:
Crash of mcpd causing failover.

Workaround:
Delete the Bot Defense profiles in smaller batches to avoid the possible crash.

Fix:
There is no longer a crash of mcpd when deleting a large number of Bot Defense in a bulk using TMSH.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


941649-8 : Local File Inclusion Vulnerability

Links to More Info: K63163637, BT941649


941625-3 : BD sometimes encounters errors related to TS cookie building

Links to More Info: BT941625

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
BD sometimes print errors related to TS cookie building when receiving ASM cookies with account_id:

-- BEM|ERR |May 19 17:49:55.800|0983|response_header_accumulator.c:0200|Error: CookieMgrBuildCookie failed. ans 1 job 2957561040.

-- IO_PLUGIN|ERR |May 19 17:49:55.800|0983|io_plugin.c:3320|TMEVT_RESPONSE: Cannot build a ts cookie.

Conditions:
-- Cookie protection is enabled.
-- The BIG-IP software is upgraded from a version that was earlier than 15.1.x.

Impact:
The cookie is not built and an error is logged.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


940317-9 : CVE-2020-13692: PostgreSQL JDBC Driver vulnerability

Links to More Info: K23157312, BT940317


940261-1 : Support IPS package downloads via HTTP proxy.

Links to More Info: BT940261

Component: Protocol Inspection

Symptoms:
IPS package download via HTTP proxy does not work.

2021-08-31 16:59:59,793 WARNING Download file failed. Retrying.
--
The error repeats continuously.

Conditions:
-- The global db key 'sys management-proxy-config' is configured
-- An IPS download is triggered

Impact:
The IPS IM package fails to download.

Workaround:
No workaround.

Fix:
IPS package downloads can now be successfully performed through an HTTP proxy.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


940225-4 : Not able to add more than 6 NICs on VE running in Azure

Links to More Info: BT940225

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Azure BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) with more than 6 NICs fails to boot.

Conditions:
-- Standard_DS4_v2 Azure instance type.
-- Mellanox ConnectX-3 ethernet controller.
-- A greater-than-2-NIC template is used, for example https://github.com/F5Networks/f5-azure-arm-templates/tree/master/supported/standalone/n-nic/existing-stack/byol with "numberOfAdditionalNics" set.
-- Accelerated networking is enabled on two or more NICs.

Impact:
Not able to boot BIG-IP VM with 8 NICs, which should be supported for Standard_DS4_v2 instance type:
8 vCPU
28 GiB
8 Max NICs

Adding more NICs to the instance makes the device fail to boot.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


940185-7 : icrd_child may consume excessive resources while processing REST requests

Links to More Info: K11742742, BT940185


939877-3 : OAuth refresh token not found

Links to More Info: BT939877

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When an OAuth client sends a refresh token to renew the access token, BIG-IP reports an error:

err tmm[13354]: 01990004:3: /Common/my_OAuth_v1:Common: Request Refresh Token from Source ID ... failed. Error Code (id_not_found) Error Description (The refresh token is not found)

Conditions:
-- The refresh token expiration interval is longer than authcode and accesstoken.
-- The Authorization code table entry does not exist because of an internal clearing/purging operation.
-- tmm restarts or failover to standby thus losing refresh-token value from primarydb

Impact:
OAuth APM client end user fails to renew the access token even with a valid refresh token.

Workaround:
Clear/reset the Authorization code column value manually:

As a root user run below BIG-IP shell
(tmos)# list apm oauth db-instance
apm oauth db-instance oauthdb { db-name <db_name> description "Default OAuth DB." }

Copy the value corresponding to <db_name>.

Log into mysql from the bash prompt:
# mysql -u root -p$(perl -MPassCrypt -nle 'print PassCrypt::decrypt_password($_)' /var/db/mysqlpw)

mysql> use <db_name>;

mysql> update master set auth_code = NULL where refresh_token='affected_refresh_token_id';

(Substitute the affected refresh token ID with affected_refresh_token_id in the previous command.)

Fix:
Do not report error if the Authorization code does not exist when a valid refresh-token/access-token exists.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2


936501-1 : Scp to /var/local/ucs or /var/local/scf is not allowed when fips140 or common criteria mode is enabled

Links to More Info: BT936501

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When attempting to Export/Import a file from the BIG-IP file path(s) /var/local/ucs or /var/local/scf via SCP, you receive an error dialog:

"file not allowed"

Conditions:
-- fips140 or common criteria mode enabled
-- Export/Import file from the BIG-IP file path(s) /var/local/ucs or /var/local/scf

Impact:
Import/Export file using scp tool from/to the BIG-IP file path(s) /var/local/ucs or /var/local/scf not allowed when fips140 or cc mode enabled even if the file is encrypted.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


936441-7 : Nitrox5 SDK driver logging messages

Links to More Info: BT936441

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The system kernel started spontaneously logging messages at an extremely high rate (~3000 per second):

Warning kernel: EMU(3)_INT: 0x0000000000000020
warning kernel: sum_sbe: 0
warning kernel: sum_dbe: 0
warning kernel: sum_wd: 0
warning kernel: sum_gi: 0
warning kernel: sum_ge: 0
warning kernel: sum_uc: 1

The above set of messages seems to be logged at about 2900-3000 times a second.

These messages continue after TMM fails its heartbeat and is killed. The system is rebooted by the host watchdog.

Conditions:
These messages are triggered by Nitrox5 driver when EMU microcode cache errors corrected by hardware.

Impact:
High rate of logging messages. The tmm heartbeat eventually fails, and tmm is restarted. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


935249-3 : GTM virtual servers have the wrong status

Links to More Info: BT935249

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTM virtual servers have the wrong status (up when they should be down, or down when they should be up).

Conditions:
-- The GTM virtual servers are monitored with an HTTP or HTTPS monitor that performs HTTP status matching.

-- The status code (for example, 200) being searched for in the response appears elsewhere than in the first line (for example, in a following header).

Impact:
The system incorrectly matches the status code in a response line which is not the Status-Line. As a result, the availability status reported for a virtual server may be incorrect. This may cause the GTM system to send traffic to unsuitable resources causing application disruptions.

Workaround:
You can work around this issue by not performing HTTP status matching in your HTTP/HTTPS GTM monitors.

Fix:
The HTTP status code is now correctly searched only in the first line of the response.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


935177-3 : IPsec: Changing MTU or PMTU settings on interface mode tunnel cores tmm

Links to More Info: BT935177

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
TMM crashes when the maximum transmission unit (MTU) or 'Use PMTU' setting is changed while passing IPsec traffic.

Conditions:
-- IPsec tunnel configured and passing traffic.
-- The MTU or 'Use PMTU' setting for the IPsec tunnel (in interface mode) is changed.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Do not change MTU or PMTU settings for the tunnel while it is passing traffic.

The settings can be changed while passing traffic, but TMM may crash very soon after the change. If the settings are changed and TMM does not crash soon after, then it will not spontaneously crash at some later point.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


934697-5 : Route domain not reachable (strict mode)

Links to More Info: BT934697

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Network flows are reset and errors are found in /var/log/ltm:

Route domain not reachable (strict mode).

Conditions:
This might happen in either of the following scenarios:
Scenario 1
==========
-- LTM with iRules configured.
-- The iRule directs traffic to a node that is in a route domain.

Scenario 2
==========
-- LTM with an LTM policy configured.
-- The policy directs traffic to a node that is in a route domain.

Impact:
Traffic is not sent to the node that is in a route domain.

The iRule 'node' method and/or LTM policy 'node' specification require a route_domain to be specified in order for the traffic to be sent to a node that is assigned to a route domain.

Workaround:
Specify the node along with Route domain ID.

-- For iRules, change from this:
when HTTP_REQUEST {
 node 10.10.10.10 80
}

To this (assuming route domain 1):
when HTTP_REQUEST {
 node 10.10.10.10%1 80
}


-- For LTM policies, change from this:
actions {
    0 {
        forward
        select
        node 10.2.35.20
    }
}

To this (assuming route domain 1):
actions {
    0 {
        forward
        select
        node 10.2.35.20%1
    }
}

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


932137-7 : AVR data might be restored from non-relevant files in /shared/avr_afm partition during upgrade

Links to More Info: BT932137

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
After upgrade, AFM statistics show non-relevant data.

Conditions:
BIG-IP system upgrade
-- Leftovers files remain in /shared/avr_afm partition from other versions.

Impact:
Non-relevant data are shown in AFM statistics.

Workaround:
Delete the non-relevant data manually from MariaDB/MySQL.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


932133-1 : Payloads with large number of elements in XML take a lot of time to process

Links to More Info: BT932133

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM experiences high CPU and latency usage while processing a large XML request.

Conditions:
-- ASM provisioned
-- HTTP request with a large XML payload (several MB) is sent to the backend server which triggers the XML parser.

Impact:
High CPU and latency occurs while bd processes the payload. This may cause a bottleneck for different requests that arrive concurrently with the large XML payload request.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
This fix includes performance improvements for large XML payloads.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


929909-3 : TCP Packets are not dropped in IP Intelligence

Links to More Info: BT929909

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
When an IP address is added to IP Intelligence under Denial-Of_service Category at a global level, and a TCP flood with that IP address occurs, IP Intelligence does not drop those packets

Conditions:
TCP traffic on BIG-IP with IP Intelligence enabled and provisioned

Impact:
When adding an IP address to an IP Intelligence category, UDP traffic from that IP address is dropped, but TCP traffic is not dropped.

Fix:
When adding an IP address to an IP Intelligence category, both TCP and UDP traffic from that IP address is dropped.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


929213-2 : iAppLX packages not rolled forward after BIG-IP upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT929213

Component: Device Management

Symptoms:
Certain iAppLX packages are not rolled forward after a BIG-IP upgrade or restoring a UCS file generated from an affected system, and will be unavailable for use.

1. f5-cloud-failover-1.4.0-0.noarch.rpm
2. f5-service-discovery-1.2.9-2.noarch.rpm
3. f5-telemetry-1.12.0-3.noarch.rpm

Conditions:
-> Installing any of the below iAppLX packages
1. f5-cloud-failover-1.4.0-0.noarch.rpm
2. f5-service-discovery-1.2.9-2.noarch.rpm
3. f5-telemetry-1.12.0-3.noarch.rpm

-> Performing an upgrade

-> Trying to access the LX packages from GUI by navigating to iApps -> Package Management LX

Impact:
After upgrading or restoring a UCS file generated from an affected system, the cloud-failover, service discovery, and telemetry iAppLX apps are not available for use, and will result in 404 error, while accessing them from GUI

Workaround:
The package needs to be uninstalled and installed again for use.

Steps:
-> From GUI, Navigate to iApps -> Package Management LX
-> select the package to uninstall and click on Uninstall
-> click on Import and provide the path of package to install again

Fix:
A new database key has been added, 'sys db iapplxrpm.timeout', which allows the RPM build timeout value to be increased.

sys db iapplxrpm.timeout {
    default-value "60"
    scf-config "true"
    value "60"
    value-range "integer min:30 max:600"
}

For example:

tmsh modify sys db iapplxrpm.timeout value 300

tmsh restart sys service restjavad

Increasing the db key and restarting restjavad should not be traffic impacting.

After increasing the timeout, the RPM build process that runs during a UCS save should be successful, and the resulting UCS should include the iAppsLX packages as expected.

Note: The maximum db key value of 600 may be needed in some cases.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


926845-7 : Inactive ASM policies are deleted upon upgrade

Links to More Info: BT926845

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Upon upgrade, active ASM policies are preserved, and inactive policies are deleted.

Conditions:
-- Configuration contains active and inactive ASM policies.
-- Upgrade the BIG-IP system to any later version.
-- You can check existing ASM policies in tmsh:
tmsh list asm policy

Impact:
Only the active ASM policies are preserved; the inactive policies are deleted.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


926341-5 : RtIntervalSecs parameter in /etc/avr/avrd.cfg file is reset on version upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT926341

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
Unusually high AVR CPU utilization occurs following an upgrade.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP software upgrade to v13.0.x or later.
-- Running AVR.

Impact:
AVR CPU utilization can be unusually high for an unusually long period of time.

Workaround:
After upgrade manually edit /etc/avr/avrd.cfg to decrease AVR CPU usage is high by increasing the time period of real-time statistics collection. In order to do so:
1. Change value of RtIntervalSecs in /etc/avr/avrd.cfg file to 30 or 60 seconds.
2. Restart the system by running the following command at the command prompt:
bigstart restart.

When changing RtIntervalSecs please take into consideration two important limitations:
-- Value of RtIntervalSecs cannot be less than 10.
-- Value of RtIntervalSecs must be 10 on BIG-IP devices that are registered on BIG-IQ DCD nodes.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.3.1


924945-5 : Fail to detach HTTP profile from virtual server

Links to More Info: BT924945

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
The virtual server might stay attached to the initial HTTP profile.

Conditions:
Attaching new HTTP profiles or just detaching an existing one.

Impact:
The virtual server stays attached to the former HTTP profile, meaning that the virtual server might be attached to a different HTTP profile than what the GUI displays. Configuration changes to the HTTP profile the GUI shows as attached are not reflected in the virtual server. For example, the new HTTP profile might enable XFF, but if the former attached profile does not enable it, the virtual server does not accept XFF.

Workaround:
Create new similar virtual server and attach it to the correct HTTP profile.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.3, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


923221-8 : BD does not use all the CPU cores

Links to More Info: BT923221

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Not all CPUs are utilized. The CPUs that are not loaded are those with ID greater than 31.

Conditions:
BIG-IP software is installed on a device with more than 32 cores.

Impact:
ASM does not use all of the available CPU cores.

Workaround:
Run the following commands from bash shell.

1. # mount -o remount,rw /usr

2. Modify the following file on the BIG-IP system:
   /usr/local/share/perl5/F5/ProcessHandler.pm
   
   Important: Make a backup of the file before editing.

3. Change this:
  ALL_CPUS_AFFINITY => '0xFFFFFFFF',

   To this:
  ALL_CPUS_AFFINITY => '0xFFFFFFFFFFFF',

4. # mount -o remount,ro /usr

5. Restart the asm process:
   # bigstart restart asm.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


922413-8 : Excessive memory consumption with ntlmconnpool configured

Links to More Info: BT922413

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
OneConnect allows load balancing of HTTP requests from the same client connection over a pool of server side connections. When NTLM authentication is used, the NTLM Conn Pool allows reuse of server-side connections for authenticated client side connections. It holds HTTP authentication headers which is no longer necessary once a client is authenticated.

Conditions:
-- The virtual server is configured with both OneConnect and NTLM Conn Pool profiles.
-- A large number of client systems with NTLM authentication are load balanced via the virtual server with long-lived connections.

Impact:
The BIG-IP system experiences memory pressure, which may result in an out-of-memory condition and a process crash, and potentially cause failover and interruption of traffic processing.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
When an NTLM Conn Pool profile is attached to a virtual server, it no longer causes memory pressure on a large number connections with NTLM authentication.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


922185-3 : LDAP referrals not supported for 'cert-ldap system-auth'&start;

Links to More Info: BT922185

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Admin users are unable to log in.

Conditions:
-- Remote LDAP auth enabled.
-- Administrative users are authenticated with the 'cert-ldap' source.
-- The admin user tries to log in.

Impact:
The cert-ldap authentication does not work, so login fails.

Workaround:
Manually edit the /etc/nslcd.conf and set the referrals to no.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


922105-1 : Avrd core when connection to BIG-IQ data collection device is not available

Links to More Info: BT922105

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
When a BIG-IP system is configured to work with BIG-IQ but cannot connect due to network problems, avrd restarts itself every 10 minutes. During such restarts, a core is sometimes generated.

Conditions:
BIG-IP system is registered on BIG-IQ, but there is no network connectivity for any number of reasons.

Impact:
No impact since there is no network connectivity with BIG-IQ, and the data from the BIG-IP system cannot be sent anywhere.

Workaround:
Attempts to connect to BIG-IQ can be disabled manually by the following command:

tmsh modify analytics global-settings use-offbox disabled

Fix:
Avrd no longer cores when the connection to the BIG-IQ data collection device is not available.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


921697-1 : Attack signature updates fail to install with Installation Error.&start;

Links to More Info: BT921697

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Installing a new Attack Signature Update (ASU) file on ASM/AWAF device that has large number of active policies can result in a failure due to memory exceptions. The following errors can be observed:

/var/log/ts/asm_config_server.log:
F5::ASMConfig::Handler::handle_error,,Code: 406 , Error message = Process size (232341504) has exceeded max size (200000000)

/var/log/asm
crit perl[19751]: 01310027:2: ASM subsystem error (apply_asm_attack_signatures ,F5::LiveUpdate::PayloadHandler::clean_fail): Fail load update files: TSocket: timed out reading 1024 bytes from n.n.n.n:9781

Conditions:
1. Adding and activating a large number of policies on a BIG-IP system configured with ASM/AWAF. It is not known exactly how many policies are required to encounter this, but it appears to be between 50 and 90 where this becomes a risk.

2. Installing a new ASU file

Impact:
The attack signature update fails.

Workaround:
Impact of workaround:
Performing this workaround requires restarting ASM, so it affects traffic processing briefly; therefore, it is recommended that you perform this during a maintenance window.

Increase 'max memory size' from the default ~200 MB (200000000) to 300 MB:

1. Take a backup of the original file.
# cp /etc/ts/tools/asm_config_server.cfg /var/tmp/asm_config_server.original.cfg

2. Add the following to the end of file /etc/ts/tools/asm_config_server.cfg:
# AsyncMaxMemorySize=314572800

3. Restart ASM.
# bigstart restart asm

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


921441-4 : MR_INGRESS iRules that change diameter messages corrupt diam_msg

Links to More Info: BT921441

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
-- 'DIAMETER::host origin' command may not be set correctly.

There are errors in ltm/log:
err tmm[18562]: 014c0001:3: DIAMETER: hud_diam_handle error: Not found

Conditions:
-- Virtual server is configured with a diameter profile enabled with an ingress iRule, for example:

ltm rule Diameter - iRule {
  when MR_INGRESS {
    DIAMETER:: host origin "hostname.realm.example"
  }
}

-- Traffic arrives containing CER and ULR messages.

Impact:
Using the iRule to change the host origin corrupts the diameter message.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


921365-2 : IKE-SA on standby deleted due to re-transmit failure when failing over from active to standby

Links to More Info: BT921365

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
IKE-SAs are deleted on standby BIG-IP systems after a failover.

Conditions:
-- High availability (HA) environment
-- Dead-peer detection (DPD) / liveness checks are enabled
-- An HA failover occurs

This is a timing issue and can occur intermittently during a normal failover.

Impact:
Some of the IKE-SAs are missing on the standby device. When a failover happens, IPsec traffic will be dropped for those missing SAs.

Workaround:
Set IKE DPD interval time to ZERO (i.e., disable).

Fix:
When the BIG-IP system is in standby mode, the system no longer retries sending IKE/IPSEC control messages, which prevents this issue from occurring.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.2


920149-3 : Live Update default factory file for Server Technologies cannot be reinstalled

Links to More Info: BT920149

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Live Update default factory file for Server Technologies cannot be reinstalled once it is no longer the currently installed update file.

Conditions:
This occurs:

-- Once another update file for Server Technologies has been installed (most likely, a newer file).
-- If the device has been upgraded from a prior release such that the currently installed Server Technologies file is from the previous release, and is not the default factory file for the current release.

Impact:
Live Update default factory file for Server Technologies cannot be reinstalled.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1


919357-8 : iControl REST hardening

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions iControl REST does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- Authenticated administrative user
- iControl REST requests

Impact:
iControl REST does not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
iControl REST now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


919301-1 : GTP::ie count does not work with -message option

Links to More Info: BT919301

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
The 'GTP::ie count' iRule command does not work with the -message option. The command fails with an error:

wrong # args: should be "-type <ie-path>"

Conditions:
Issue the 'GTP::ie count' command with -message command, for example:

GTP::ie count -message $m -type apn

Impact:
iRules fails and it could cause connection abort.

Workaround:
Swap order of argument by moving -message to the end, for example:

GTP::ie count -type apn -message $m

There is a warning message due to iRules validation, but the command works in runtime.

Fix:
'GTP::ie' count is now working with -message option.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


915981-4 : BIG-IP SCP hardening

Links to More Info: K38271531, BT915981


915773-7 : Restart of TMM after stale interface reference

Links to More Info: BT915773

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
An assert is reported in the logs:
panic: ../net/ifc.c:975: Assertion "ifc ref valid" failed.

Conditions:
The conditions under which this occurs are unknown.

Impact:
Tmm crashes and restarts. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


913413-1 : 'GTP::header extension count' iRule command returns 0

Links to More Info: BT913413

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
The 'GTP::header extension count' iRule command always returns 0 (zero).

Conditions:
This is encountered when using 'GTP::header extension count' in an iRule.

Impact:
The command returns false information.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
'GTP::header extension count' command now returns number of header extension correctly.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


913409-1 : GTP::header extension command may abort connection due to unreasonable TCL error

Links to More Info: BT913409

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
When running "GTP::header extension" iRule command with some conditions, it may cause a TCL error and abort the connection.

Conditions:
Running "GTP::header extension" iRule command is used with some specific arguments and/or specific condition of GTP message

Impact:
TCL error log is shown and connection is aborted

Workaround:
None

Fix:
GTP::header extension command no longer abort connection due to unreasonable TCL error

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


913393-1 : Tmsh help page for GTP iRule contains incorrect and missing information

Links to More Info: BT913393

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
In the tmsh help page for the GTP iRule command, it contains incorrect and missing information for GTP::header and GTP::respond command.

Conditions:
When running "tmsh help ltm rule command GTP::header", information regarding GTP::header and GTP::respond iRule command may be incorrect or missing.

Impact:
User may not be able to use related iRule command properly.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Tmsh help page for GTP iRule is updated

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


913085-6 : Avrd core when avrd process is stopped or restarted

Links to More Info: BT913085

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
When the avrd process is stopped or restarted, it fails with core before the exit. A core file with the name starting with SENDER_HTTPS (for example, SENDER_HTTPS.bld0.0.9.core.gz) can be found in /shared/cores/ directory.

Conditions:
A BIG-IP system is registered on BIG-IQ and has established an HTTPS connection with BIG-IQ for sending stats data.

Impact:
Avrd cores while exiting. There is no impact on BIG-IP system functionality.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Avrd no longer cores when avrd process is stopped or restarted.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


912945-3 : A virtual server with multiple client SSL profiles, the profile with CN or SAN of the cert matching the SNI is not selected if cert is ECDSA-signed

Links to More Info: BT912945

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In a virtual configured with multiple client SSL profiles, the profile with ECDSA-signed cert is not selected even though its CN/SAN matching the SNI extension of ClientHello.

Conditions:
-- A virtual server with multiple client SSL profiles.
-- The SNI of,,lientHello does not match the 'server name' of any profile.
-- The cert in the profile is ECDSA-signed and its CN/SAN matches SNI extension of ClientHello.
-- That profile in is not selected.

Impact:
The incorrect client SSL profile is selected.

Workaround:
Configure the 'Server Name' option in the client SSL profile.

Fix:
Fixed an issue with client SSL profile selection.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


912517-7 : Database monitor marks pool member down if 'send' is configured but no 'receive' strings are configured

Links to More Info: BT912517

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If an LTM database monitor type (MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle, or PostgreSQL database monitor type) is configured with a 'send' string but with no 'receive' string to issue a user-specified database query, pool members using this monitor are marked DOWN, even though a connection to the configured database completed successfully.

Conditions:
-- An LTM pool or pool members is configured to use an LTM database (MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle or PostgreSQL) monitor type.
-- A 'send' string is configured for the monitor.
-- A 'receive' string is not configured.

Impact:
The database monitor marks the pool member down, even in cases where the pool member is actually pingable.

Workaround:
To work around this issue, configure 'send' and 'recv' strings for the database monitor that will always succeed when successfully connected to the specified database (with the configured username and password, if applicable).

Fix:
Database monitor no longer marks pool member down if 'send' is configured but no 'receive' strings are configured.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


912253-2 : Non-admin users cannot run show running-config or list sys

Links to More Info: BT912253

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Lower-privileged users, for instance guests or operators, are unable to list the configuration in tmsh, and get an error:

Unexpected Error: Can't display all items, can't get object count from mcpd.

The list /sys or list /sys telemd commands trigger the following error:

01070823:3: Read Access Denied: user (oper) type (Telemd configuration).

Conditions:
User account with a role of guest, operator, or any role other than admin.

Impact:
You are unable to show the running config, or use list or list sys commands.

Workaround:
Logon with an account with admin access.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


912149-7 : ASM sync failure with Cgc::Channel error 'Failed to send a message, error:15638476'

Links to More Info: BT912149

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The system exhibits various symptoms related to sync and control plane, and reports errors similar to the following:

/var/log/:

asm:
-- (asm_config_server.pl,F5::Cgc::Channel::send): Failed to send a message, error:15638476.

ts_debug.log:
-- |ZEROMQ|May 21 23:27:31.840|24813|25914|25914|epoll.cpp:0060|~epoll_t()|(zmq_assert) Assertion failed: load.get () == 0

Conditions:
-- Two devices in a sync-failover/sync-only device group.
-- Other conditions required to reproduce this issue are under investigation.

Note: The occurrences of the Cgc::Channel message in the /var/log/ and /var/log/ts/asm_config_server logs are the most reliable indicator of this issue.

Impact:
-- Config-sync does not work, resulting in a different configuration among the devices in a sync group.

-- Security log profile changes are not propagated to other devices.

-- Portions of the GUI hang, e.g.: Security module tab, and 'security' menu under virtual server.

-- Policies with learning enabled do not generate learning suggestions.

Workaround:
Restart asm_config_server on the units in the device group.

# pkill -f asm_config_server

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


911585-5 : PEM VE does not send CCRi when receiving multiple subscriber requests in a short interval

Links to More Info: BT911585

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
PEM sessions go to a stale state and the Credit Control Request (CCRi) is not sent.

Conditions:
-- PEM is configured and passing normal PEM traffic.
-- Using BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE)

Impact:
Session is not established.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Enhanced application to accept new sessions under problem conditions.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


911141-1 : GTP v1 APN is not decoded/encoded properly

Links to More Info: BT911141

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
GTP v1 APN element was decoded/encoded as octetstring and Only GTP v2 APN element is decoded/encoded as DNS encoding.

Conditions:
- GTP version 1.
- APN element.

Impact:
iRules become more complex when dealing with GTP v1 APN element, as it may need to convert between octetstring and dotted style domain name value after decoding or before encoding the data.

Workaround:
Use iRules to convert between octetstring and dotted style domain name values.

Fix:
GTP version 1 APN information element is now decoded/encoded as DNS encoding.

Behavior Change:
GTP v1 apn element is now decoded/encoded using DNS-like encoding. Previously, it was decoded/encoded as octetstring.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


910673-6 : Nethsm-thales-install.sh installation fails with error 'Could not reach Thales HSM'

Links to More Info: BT910673

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Thales installation script fails with error message.

ERROR: Could not reach Thales HSM "<ip>". Make sure the HSM IP address is correct and that the HSM is accessible to the BIG-IP.

Conditions:
This occurs when the ICMP ping is blocked between the BIG-IP system and netHSM.

Impact:
Thales/nCipher NetHSM client software installation fails.

Workaround:
Unblock ICMP ping between the BIG-IP system and netHSM.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


910213-7 : LB::down iRule command is ineffective, and can lead to inconsistent pool member status

Links to More Info: BT910213

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Use of the LB::down command in an iRule may not have the desired effect, or may result in pool members that are down for load balancing, but indicate up/available in the GUI and CLI.

Specifically, the pool member is marked down within the tmm instance executing the iRule, but the status change is not updated to mcpd, or to other tmm instances.

As a result, the message 'Pool /Common/mypool member /Common/1.1.1.1:80 monitor status iRule down' does not appear in the log, and the status of the pool member is not updated when viewed in the GUI or via 'tmsh show ltm pool xxxx members'.

Note: If [event info] is logged in the LB_FAILED event, it will indicate that the load balancing decision failed due to "connection limit"

Conditions:
Using the LB::down command in an iRule.

Impact:
Because mcpd believes the pool member to be up, it does not update tmm's status, so tmm continues to regard it as down indefinitely, or until a monitor state change occurs.

If the LB::down command is used on all members of a pool, the affected tmms cannot load balance to that pool, even though the GUI/tmsh indicate that the pool has available members.

Because pool member status is stored on per-tmm basis and incoming connections are distributed across tmms using a hash, this can lead to apparently inconsistent results, where some traffic (traffic hitting a particular tmm) is rejected with an RST cause of 'No pool member available'.

Workaround:
- Delete and recreate affected pool members
(or) Restart tmm
(or) Restart the BIG-IP.

There is no direct workaround, but the use of an inband monitor instead of the LB::down command may be effective. You must tune the inband monitor's settings to values consistent with the desired behavior.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


909161-1 : A core file is generated upon avrd process restart or stop

Links to More Info: BT909161

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
Sometime when avrd process is stopped or restarted, a core is generated.

Conditions:
Avrd process is stopped or restarted.

Impact:
Avrd creates a core file but there is no other negative impact to the system.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


907549-6 : Memory leak in BWC::Measure

Links to More Info: BT907549

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Memory leak in BWC calculator.

Conditions:
When the HSL log publisher is attached to the BWC::Measure instance in the Bandwidth policy.

Impact:
A memory leak occurs.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Memory is not leaked.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.0.5, 16.1.2.2


907025-5 : Live update error" 'Try to reload page'

Links to More Info: BT907025

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When trying to update Attack Signatures. the following error message is shown:

Could not communicate with system. Try to reload page.

Conditions:
Insufficient disk space to update the Attack Signature.

Impact:
Live Update unable to restore the database during startup. Device runs out of disk space, which leads to failure in writing live update hsqldb log file. The liveupdatedb.script file, which is based on the .log file, is truncated and missing necessary settings in order to initialize the live update database.

Workaround:
This following procedure restores the database to its default, initial state:

1. Remove the sigfile.tmp.* directories under /var/ts/var/tmp.

2. Delete the script:
delete /var/lib/hsqldb/live-update/liveupdatedb.script

3. Create a new script:
create new /var/lib/hsqldb/live-update/liveupdatedb.script.

4. Add the following lines to create the live update database schema and set the SA user as expected:

 CREATE SCHEMA PUBLIC AUTHORIZATION DBA
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE AVAILABILITY(ID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,ERRORMESSAGE VARCHAR(255),LASTCHECKDATETIME BIGINT,LASTCHECKUPDATEFILE VARCHAR(255),STATUS VARCHAR(255),"TYPE" VARCHAR(255),CONSTRAINT AVAILABILITY_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID))
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE INSTALLSCHEDULE(ID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,APPLYATALLTIMES BOOLEAN,APPLYONALLDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONFRIDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONMONDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONSATURDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONSUNDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONTHURSDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONTUESDAYS BOOLEAN,APPLYONWEDNESDAYS BOOLEAN,ENDTIME VARCHAR(255),FREQUENCY VARCHAR(255),STARTTIME VARCHAR(255),"TYPE" VARCHAR(255),CONSTRAINT INSTALLSCHEDULE_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID))
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE UPDATEFILE(ID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,CREATEDATETIME BIGINT,FILELOCATION VARCHAR(255),FILENAME VARCHAR(255),ISFILEAVAILABLE BOOLEAN,ISFILEMANUALLYUPLOADED BOOLEAN,ISGENESIS BOOLEAN,MD5 VARCHAR(255),"TYPE" VARCHAR(255),CONSTRAINT UPDATEFILE_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID))
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE INSTALLATION(ID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,ADDEDENTITIESCOUNT INTEGER,DELETEDENTITIESCOUNT INTEGER,ERRORMESSAGE VARCHAR(255),LASTREADMEFILENAME VARCHAR(255),LASTUPDATEMICROS BIGINT,LOADDATETIME BIGINT,MODIFIEDENTITIESCOUNT INTEGER,README VARCHAR(500000),STATUS VARCHAR(255),"TYPE" VARCHAR(255),UPDATEFILE_ID_OID VARCHAR(255),CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID),CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_FK1 FOREIGN KEY(UPDATEFILE_ID_OID) REFERENCES UPDATEFILE(ID))
 CREATE INDEX INSTALLATION_N49 ON INSTALLATION(UPDATEFILE_ID_OID)
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE INSTALLATION_DELETEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,"ELEMENT" LONGVARBINARY,IDX INTEGER NOT NULL,CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_DELETEDENTITYLIST_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID_OID,IDX),CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_DELETEDENTITYLIST_FK1 FOREIGN KEY(ID_OID) REFERENCES INSTALLATION(ID))
 CREATE INDEX INSTALLATION_DELETEDENTITYLIST_N49 ON INSTALLATION_DELETEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID)
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE INSTALLATION_MODIFIEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,"ELEMENT" LONGVARBINARY,IDX INTEGER NOT NULL,CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_MODIFIEDENTITYLIST_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID_OID,IDX),CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_MODIFIEDENTITYLIST_FK1 FOREIGN KEY(ID_OID) REFERENCES INSTALLATION(ID))
 CREATE INDEX INSTALLATION_MODIFIEDENTITYLIST_N49 ON INSTALLATION_MODIFIEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID)
 CREATE MEMORY TABLE INSTALLATION_ADDEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,"ELEMENT" LONGVARBINARY,IDX INTEGER NOT NULL,CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_ADDEDENTITYLIST_PK PRIMARY KEY(ID_OID,IDX),CONSTRAINT INSTALLATION_ADDEDENTITYLIST_FK1 FOREIGN KEY(ID_OID) REFERENCES INSTALLATION(ID))
 CREATE INDEX INSTALLATION_ADDEDENTITYLIST_N49 ON INSTALLATION_ADDEDENTITYLIST(ID_OID)
 CREATE USER SA PASSWORD ""
 GRANT DBA TO SA
 SET WRITE_DELAY 20
 SET SCHEMA PUBLIC

5. Restart the tomcat process:
bigstart restart tomcat

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


902377-4 : HTML profile forces re-chunk even though HTML::disable

Links to More Info: BT902377

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
HTML profile performs a re-chunk even though HTML::disable has been executed in the HTTP_RESPONSE event.

Conditions:
Using HTML::disable in an HTTP_RESPONSE event.

Impact:
The HTML profile still performs a re-chunk.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


901669-6 : Error status in 'tmsh show cm failover-status', and stale data in some tmstat tables, after management IP address change.

Links to More Info: BT901669

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
-- The 'tmsh show cm failover-status' command shows a status of 'Error' when the command is run on a peer of a device that underwent a management IP address change.

-- Should the sod_tg_conn_stat or sod_tg_msg_stat tmstat tables be inspected using the tmctl command, the tables show stale information in the entry_key column.

Note: Additionally, in certain cases, it is possible for failover functionality to be broken after the management IP address change, meaning devices remain stuck in an improper Active/Active or Standby/Standby state. This further aspect of the issue is tracked under ID999125. This ID tracks only the cosmetic defect.

Conditions:
-- Two or more devices in a sync-failover device-group.
-- The management IP address is changed on one of the devices.

The error appears under either of these conditions:
-- The 'tmsh show cm failover-status' is run on a peer of the device that underwent the management IP address change.
-- The sod_tg_conn_stat or sod_tg_msg_stat tmstat tables are inspected using the tmctl command.

Impact:
The 'tmsh show cm failover-status' command indicates an error.

Workaround:
You can work around this issue by running the following command on the peers of the device which underwent a management IP address change:

tmsh restart sys service sod

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


898929-6 : Tmm might crash when ASM, AVR, and pool connection queuing are in use

Links to More Info: BT898929

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes and generates a core file.

Conditions:
-- System is provisioned for at least ASM, AVR, and LTM.
-- An LTM pool is configured to use connection queuing.
-- The LTM pool is used on a virtual server with an analytics profile.

Impact:
Tmm might crash. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Disable connection queuing on the pool.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


896941 : Common Criteria ccmode script updated

Links to More Info: BT896941

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Configuration of SSH must be done to support Common Criteria compliance. This is currently done by following instructions in the Common Criteria Guidance Document.

Conditions:
Common Criteria compliance configuration.

Impact:
This update automates the SSH configuration.

Workaround:
Continue to follow Common Criteria Guidance document instructions for SSH configuration.

Fix:
Added SSH configuration to meet Common Criteria requirements.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


895557-5 : NTLM profile logs error when used with profiles that do redirect

Links to More Info: BT895557

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
As of BIG-IP version 14.1, HTTP iRule commands that inspect HTTP state after the commands HTTP::respond, HTTP::redirect, and HTTP::retry returns errors instead of returning corrupt data (https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K23237429).

When the NTLM profile is configured, it does the same through a built-in TCL rule where among several things, it tries to check if HTTP::cookie exists. If a profile like HTTP exists wherein a redirect/respond/retry is configured, it results in a TCL error informing the admin that they are accessing an invalid HTTP state.

Conditions:
-- NTLM profile is configured alongside HTTP profile
-- One of the redirect/respond/retry commands has been executed before the NTLM profile accesses the state of HTTP (for ex. HTTP::collect, HTTP::close, HTTP::cookie, etc.).

Impact:
Tcl error is seen in /var/log/ltm informing the admin that the iRule operation executed after HTTP::redirect/retry/respond is not supported.

For example -
TCL error: _plugin_rule_/Common/ntlm_default_iis <HTTP_REQUEST> - ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED (line 1) invoked from within "HTTP::cookie exists [PROFILE::ntlm insert_cookie_name]"

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2


888289-8 : Add option to skip percent characters during normalization

Links to More Info: BT888289

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
An attack signature is not detected.

Conditions:
-- The payload is filled with the percent character in between every other character.
-- The bad unescape violation is turned off.
-- The illegal metacharacter violation is turned off.

Impact:
An attack goes undetected.

Workaround:
Turn on the bad unescape violation or the metacharacter violation.

Fix:
Added an internal parameter, normalization_remove_percents. Its default is 0 (zero), meaning that the previous behavior is maintained. When enabled, the normalization of the data before running the signature removes the percent characters (as it does to high ASCII and space characters).

Fixed Versions:
13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.1


887117-4 : Invalid SessionDB messages are sent to Standby

Links to More Info: BT887117

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
SessionDB messages sent from Active to Standby are dropped due to inconsistencies detected in the message. You see logs in /var/log/ltm:

SessionDB ERROR: received invalid or corrupt HA message; dropped message.

Conditions:
-- High availability (HA) pair configuration.
-- SessionDB messages sent from Active to Standby.

Impact:
Standby drops these messages

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.1


886649-5 : Connections stall when dynamic BWC policy is changed via GUI and TMSH

Links to More Info: BT886649

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Connections stall when dynamic BWC policy is changed via GUI and TMSH.

Conditions:
Issue is seen when you have a dynamic bandwidth control policy configured, and you make a change to the policy via the GUI and TMSH.

Impact:
Connection does not transfer data.

Workaround:
Restart TMM. Delete the relevant configuration, create a new configuration, and apply it.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


886533-5 : Icap server connection adjustments

Links to More Info: BT886533

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Request getting to the ICAP server takes a long time to process (several seconds), which makes the whole transaction slower than expected. When testing the connection to the ICAP server itself, you determine that it is fast.

Conditions:
This happens especially with large file uploads that are mixed with smaller file uploads. The smaller uploads are waiting for the bigger upload.

Impact:
Slow responses to specific requests.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
This release provides greater responsiveness of the internal queue to the ICAP thread.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


885765-1 : ASMConfig Handler undergoes frequent restarts

Links to More Info: BT885765

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under some settings and load the RPC handler for the tsconfd process restarts frequently.

Conditions:
When processing a large number of configuration updates.

Impact:
The RPC handler for the tsconfd process restarts frequently, causing unnecessary churn and noisy logs

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


883049-9 : Statsd can deadlock with rrdshim if an rrd file is invalid

Links to More Info: BT883049

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
-- RRD graphs are not updated.
-- System statistics are stale.
-- Commands such as 'tmsh show sys memory' may not complete.
-- qkview does not complete, as it runs "tmsh show sys memory'.

You may see errors:

-- err statsd[5005]: 011b0600:3: Error ''/var/rrd/endpisession' is too small (should be 15923224 bytes)' during rrd_update for rrd file '/var/rrd/endpisession'.
-- err statsd[5005]: 011b0600:3: Error '-1' during rrd_update for rrd file '/var/rrd/endpisession'.

Conditions:
Truncation of a binary file in /var/rrd.

Impact:
Stats are no longer collected. Statsd and rrdshim deadlock.

Workaround:
Remove the truncated file and restart statsd:
bigstart restart statsd

Fix:
Now detecting and rectifying truncation of RRD files.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


882709-6 : Traffic does not pass on tagged VLANs on VE configured on Hyper-V hypervisors&start;

Links to More Info: BT882709

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Traffic does not pass on tagged VLANs when a BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) is deployed on a Hyper-V hypervisor.

This may manifest as traffic failing after an upgrade from earlier (unaffected) software versions.

Note: This functionality worked as expected in v13.x and earlier, and if the same VE is downgraded to v13.x, VLAN tagging functionality is restored.

This is due to an interoperability issue between RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Microsoft Hyper-V, which seems to affect RHEL v7.3 and RHEL v7.5.

Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2012 do not seem to identify the version of the built-in LIS correctly on Centos 7.3 or Centos 7.5 (which are built on RHEL 7.3 and RHEL 7.5 respectively).

Although there is a statement of support by Microsoft for VLAN tagging on RHEL 7.3 and 7.5 when running on Hyper-V, that functionality does not appear to work at present: Supported CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtual machines on Hyper-V :: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/virtualization/hyper-v/Supported-CentOS-and-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-virtual-machines-on-Hyper-V.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP VE is deployed on a Hyper-V hypervisor.
-- VLAN configured in BIG-IP VE with tagged interfaces, e.g.:

    net vlan external {
        interfaces {
            1.1 {
                tagged
            }
        }
        tag 4000
    }

-- At present, VLAN tagging on the v14.x and v15.x releases does not work because those releases are running on CentOS 7.3 and 7.5 respectively, which both are affected by the MS/RHEL interoperability issue.

-- BIG-IP v12.x and v13.x use a different (older) CentOS version, so VLAN tagging works without issue on those releases.

Impact:
-- The system does not prevent you from configuring tagged VLANs, even though they do not pass traffic.

-- Although upgrades complete and you can reboot into the new boot location (or you can set up on Hyper-V from scratch), traffic does not pass (into the guest) across VLANs that are tagged.

Important: If using tagged VLANs on VE setups on Hyper-V is critical to your configuration, you might want to elect to postpone upgrading from a working, v12.x and v13.x release.

Workaround:
Essentially, there is no workaround in this release; you must reconfigure the virtual machine to use separate, untagged interfaces for each VLAN.

Note: Although this is technically a problem between Hyper-V and the built-in LIS on RHEL 7.3/7.5, this issue is being tracked internally in this bug.

Behavior Change:
In this release, traffic does not pass on tagged VLANs when a BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) is deployed on a Hyper-V hypervisor.

This functionality worked as expected in v13.x and earlier, and if the same VE is downgraded to v13.x, VLAN tagging functionality is restored.

Important: If using tagged VLANs on VE setups on Hyper-V is critical to your configuration, you might want to elect to postpone upgrading from a working, v12.x and v13.x release.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


881809-8 : serverssl profile hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, the serverssl profile does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- serverssl profile in use
- Intel QAT HW accelerator in use
- AES-GCM/AES-CCM encryption in use

Impact:
serverssl profile does not process traffic as expected, potentially leading to dropped connections.

Workaround:
Use the AES(-CBC) cipher instead of AES-GCM and AES-CCM

Fix:
The serverssl profile now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


881085-4 : Intermittent auth failures with remote LDAP auth for BIG-IP managment

Links to More Info: BT881085

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
There are intermittent auth failures when accessing the BIG-IP administration interfaces via SSH or the GUI.

Conditions:
-- Remote LDAP auth is configured.
-- An idle timeout RST is received on the LDAP connection before the configured auth LDAP idle-timeout expires. This RST might be generated by tmm (if the connection to the LDAP server is via a defined VLAN), some other intervening device on the network, or from the LDAP server itself (depending on its connection time limit).

Impact:
There might be intermittent remote-auth failures.

Workaround:
Set the auth ldap idle-timeout to a smaller value, for example, via tmsh:
modify auth ldap system-auth idle-timeout 299

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


876677-2 : When running the debug version of TMM, an assertion may be triggered due to an expired DNS lookup.

Links to More Info: BT876677

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
When running the debug version of TMM, if a particular DNS lookup takes more than 30 seconds, TMM may assert with a message in the /var/log/tmm file similar to the following example:

notice panic: ../modules/hudfilter/3dns/cache_resolver.c:2343: Assertion "standalone refcnt must be one" failed.

Conditions:
-- Using the debug TMM
-- Using the RESOLV::lookup iRule command
-- The DNS server targeted by the aforementioned command is running slowly or malfunctioning

Impact:
TMM crashes and, in redundant configurations, the unit fails over.

Workaround:
Do not use the debug TMM.

Fix:
The debug assert was removed and replaced by a debug log.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


874941-4 : HTTP authentication in the access policy times out after 60 seconds

Links to More Info: BT874941

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
HTTP authentication in the access policy times out after 60 seconds, where previously, the timeout was 90 seconds.

Conditions:
Encountering the timeout of HTTP authentication in the access policy in this version of the software.

Impact:
HTTP authentication times out 30 seconds earlier than it did in previous versions. There is no way to configure this timeout value, so authentication fails for operations that require greater than 60 seconds to complete.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Added options to configure the HTTP connection and request timeouts in HTTP authentication.

1. A db key to configure Connection Timeout for HTTP Server configuration:

+[APM.HTTP.ConnectionTimeout]
+default=10
+type=integer
+min=0
+max=300
+realm=common
+scf_config=true
+display_name=APM.HTTP.ConnectionTimeout


2. A db key to configure Request Timeout for HTTP Server configuration:

+[APM.HTTP.RequestTimeout]
+default=60
+type=integer
+min=0
+max=600
+realm=common
+scf_config=true
+display_name=APM.HTTP.RequestTimeout

Behavior Change:
Added db variables APM.HTTP.ConnectionTimeout and APM.HTTP.RequestTimeout as options to configure the HTTP connection and request timeouts in HTTP authentication.

The APM.HTTP.ConnectionTimeout defaults to 10 seconds, and the APM.HTTP.RequestTimeout defaults to 60 seconds.

Note: These defaults are the same as the values in earlier releases, so there is no effective functional change in behavior.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


873617-1 : DataSafe is not available with AWAF license after BIG-IP startup or MCP restart.

Links to More Info: BT873617

Component: Fraud Protection Services

Symptoms:
DataSafe is not available with an AWAF license.

Conditions:
-- AWAF license
-- BIG-IP startup or MCP restart

Impact:
DataSafe is not available.

Workaround:
Reset to default license.antifraud.id variable.
tmsh modify sys db license.antifraud.id reset-to-default.

Fix:
Additional DataSafe license validation during MCP startup after license information is loaded.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


858005-1 : When APM VPE “IP Subnet Match” agent configured with leading/trailing spaces runtime evaluation results in failure with error in /var/log/apm "Rule evaluation failed with error:"

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
APM Access Policy evaluation failed.

Conditions:
When APM VPE “IP Subnet Match” agent configured with leading/trailing spaces there is no configuration error but runtime evaluation results in failure with error message in /var/log/apm:
"Rule evaluation failed with error:"

Impact:
APM end user’s session cannot be established.

Workaround:
Using APM VPE remove all leading/trailing spaces from config of “IP Subnet Match” agent

Fix:
This issue is fixed by trimming spaces from IP Subnet Match agent config in VPE

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


854129-6 : SSL monitor continues to send previously configured server SSL configuration after removal

Links to More Info: BT854129

Component: In-tmm monitors

Symptoms:
After an SSL profile has been removed from a monitor, a monitor instance continues to use settings from the previously-configured server SSL profile, such as client certificate or ciphers or supported TLS versions.

Conditions:
-- In-TMM monitors enabled.
-- SSL monitor configured with a server SSL profile.
-- Setting the monitor's 'SSL Profile' parameter to 'none'.

Impact:
The previously configured settings, such as certificate or cipher, continue to be used for monitoring pool members, which may result in unexpected health check behavior/pool member status.

Workaround:
An administrator can avoid this issue by ensuring the monitor's 'SSL Profile' parameter specifies a profile (i.e., is not 'none').

Note: In some software versions, changing a monitor's SSL profile from one profile to a different profile may not take effect. For information about this behavior, see https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID912425.html

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


849029-7 : No configurable setting for maximum entries in CRLDP cache

Links to More Info: BT849029

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
There is no setting provided to configure maximum entries the in CRLDP cache.

Conditions:
In a configuration with tens of thousands of CRLDP and hundreds of thousands or millions of certificates, certain operations might encounter an internal limit, resulting in a number of revoked certificates.

Impact:
No settings exist. Cannot set maximum entries in CRLDP cache.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
There is now a setting for configuring maximum entries in CRLDP cache.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 16.1.3


844045-4 : ASM Response event logging for "Illegal response" violations.

Links to More Info: BT844045

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Response log is not available when the request is legal but returns an illegal response status code.
In ASM, logging profiles allow the logging of all blocked responses. The existing response logging allows either all requests or illegal requests only which does not contain response logging data.

Conditions:
-- Response logging is enabled
-- An illegal response occurs

Impact:
Response logging does not occur.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
When a response has ASM response violations and response logging is enabled only for when there was a violation, ASM includes the response in the log.

Added an internal variable:
disable_illegal_response_logging -- default value 0.

If the response logging is enabled in the GUI, only the response logs are captured.
If the variable disable_illegal_response_logging is set to 1, then response logging is disabled(even if enabled in GUI).

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


842013-1 : ASM Configuration is Lost on License Reactivation&start;

Links to More Info: BT842013

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
After re-activating a BIG-IP license, if the configuration fails to load and reverts to a base config load, the ASM policy config contains 'default' or 'stub' policies, even after fixing the error that caused the configuration to fail to load.

Conditions:
1) A parsing error exists in the BIG-IP config such that 'tmsh load sys config verify' would fail
2) There is a license reactivation or the configuration is reloaded

Impact:
ASM policy configuration is lost and all policies are reverted to empty 'stubs'

Workaround:
In the case of license re-activation/before upgrade:

   Run the command "tmsh load sys config verify" prior to license activation on ASM units to be sure that the config will pass parsing and avoid the fallback to base configuration load.

   In a case of booting the system into the new version:

   Option 1:

      1. Using the steps in either K4423 or K8465, fix the issue that was preventing the config to load.
      2. Reload the config from the fixed UCS file using the command in K13132.

   Option 2:

      1. Roll back to the old version.
      2. Fix the issue that was preventing the config to load.
      3. Before activating the Boot Location of the new version at System >> Software Management : Boot Locations, make sure to set the option Install Configuration to Yes. see: K64400324

   Option 3: If one of the high availability (HA) units successfully upgraded, then use config-sync to push the working config to the failing unit.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


838305-9 : BIG-IP may create multiple connections for packets that should belong to a single flow.

Links to More Info: BT838305

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Due to a known issue, BIG-IP may create multiple connections for packets that should belong to a single flow. These connections will stay in the connection table until the idle timeout is reached. These connections can be used for forwarding the traffic.

Conditions:
BIG-IP may create multiple connections for packets that should belong to a single flow when both following conditions are true:
- Packets are coming at a very high rate from the network.
- Flow handling these packets is torn down.

Impact:
This might result in packets from the client being handled by one flow and packets from the server being handled by a different flow.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


832133-7 : In-TMM monitors fail to match certain binary data in the response from the server.

Links to More Info: BT832133

Component: In-tmm monitors

Symptoms:
Pool members are incorrectly marked DOWN by a monitor. The pool members send the expected response to the probe, but the BIG-IP system still marks them DOWN.

Conditions:
This issue occurs when all of the following conditions are met:

-- In-TMM monitoring is enabled on the system (the 'bigd.tmm' db key is set to 'enable'; note this is set to 'disable' by default).

-- One (or more) of your TCP or HTTP monitors specifies a receive string using HEX encoding, in order to match binary data in the server's response.

-- Depending on the HEX values specified (currently values in the range of 0x80-0xBF are believed to be affected), response matching fails.

Impact:
Objects that are meant to be marked UP are marked DOWN. As a result, no load balancing occurs to affected resources.

Workaround:
You can use either of the following workarounds:

-- Disable in-TMM monitoring by setting 'bigd.tmm' to 'disable'.

-- Do not monitor the application through a binary response (if the application allows it).

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


830361-9 : CVE-2012-6711 Bash Vulnerability

Links to More Info: K05122252, BT830361


830341-5 : False positives Mismatched message key on ASM TS cookie

Links to More Info: BT830341

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM system triggers false positives for ASM Cookie Hijacking violation with reason "Mismatched message key"

Conditions:
-- An HTTP request containing an old frame cookie with a different message key from the main ts cookie is rejected
-- The cookie is left intact

Impact:
All subsequent requests are rejected on ASM Cookie Hijacking violation

Workaround:
1. Disable "Learn Host Names" flag all policies. If the policy builder is on manual mode, they need to change it back to Auto mode, disable "Learn Host Names", then change to manual mode.

OR

2. Delete the mismatched cookie. This will cause the violations to stop occurring if the request comes from a legit endpoint

Fix:
In order to activate the changed functionality, set internal parameter ignore_cookies_msg_key to 1 and restart asm by executing following commands in CLI:
/usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add ignore_cookies_msg_key 1
bigstart restart asm

Once enabled, ASM system does not trigger false positives.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.4.1, 14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.0.1.2, 16.1.2.1


828761-5 : APM OAuth - Auth Server attached iRule works inconsistently

Links to More Info: BT828761

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
The iRule attached to the OAuth Resource Server (RS) is not triggered when the traffic hits the virtual server.

Conditions:
The issue occurs during a reboot of the BIG-IP device containing an OAuth server config and an attached iRule, or when the iRule is initially assigned to the OAuth Server.

Impact:
OAuth scope check agent fails with 'HTTP error 503': as the iRule attached to the RS virtual server is not triggered.

Workaround:
For existing OAuth servers with the iRule attached, modify the iRule, for example, adding a log. This makes the iRule trigger when it is initially attached or loaded.

Fix:
The iRule is triggered when a request comes to the OAuth RS virtual server.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


827393-5 : In rare cases tmm crash is observed when using APM as RDG proxy.

Links to More Info: BT827393

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm may crash when APM is configured as an RDG proxy to access Microsoft remote desktops and applications.

Conditions:
APM is used as RDG proxy

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Tmm does not crash when APM is configured as RDG proxy.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


823877-7 : CVE-2019-10098 and CVE-2020-1927 apache mod_rewrite vulnerability

Links to More Info: K25126370, BT823877


818889-1 : False positive malformed json or xml violation.

Links to More Info: BT818889

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A false positive malformed XML or JSON violation occurs.

Conditions:
-- A stream profile is attached (or the http profile is set to rechunk on the request side).
-- A json/XML profile attached to the virtual.

Impact:
A false positive violation.

Workaround:
Modify the http profile to work in preserve mode for request chunking (this workaround is not possible in 16.1).

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


815901-2 : Add rule to the disabled pem policy is not allowed

Links to More Info: BT815901

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
Adding rule to PEM policy is not allowed

Conditions:
A PEM policy is disabled

Impact:
You are unable to add rules to a PEM policy if it is disabled.

Fix:
Allow adding rules to disabled PEM policy

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


805821-1 : GTP log message contains no useful information

Links to More Info: BT805821

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
GTP profile and GTP iRules provide no useful information in order to proceed with troubleshooting.

Conditions:
GTP profile or iRules fails to process message

Impact:
User lacks of information for troubleshooting

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
GTP error log has been replaced with a more useful message. The new log message provides more intuitive information including the reason and, in some messages, location of data that causes the failure.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


803965-10 : Expat Vulnerability: CVE-2018-20843

Links to More Info: K51011533, BT803965


803109-4 : Certain configuration may result in zombie forwarding flows

Links to More Info: BT803109

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
OneConnect profile in conjunction with 'Source-port preserve-strict' or cmp-hash setting of 'dst-ip' or 'src-ip' on the server-side VLAN may result in zombie forwarding flows.

On the server-side the incoming traffic hits a different TMM from the one that handles the outgoing traffic.

Unexpected 'Inet port exhaustion' messages may be logged in the LTM log file.

Conditions:
-- OneConnect configured.

And one of the following:

-- Source-port is set to preserve-strict.
-- The cmp-hash setting on the server-side VLAN is set to 'dst-ip' or 'src-ip'.

Impact:
Zombie forwarding flows. Over time, the current allocation count grows and does not return to its prior level when traffic stops.

The current allocation can be checked with this command:
# tmctl memory_usage_stat name=connflow -s name,cur_allocs

Workaround:
You can use any of the following workarounds:

-- Remove the OneConnect profile from the Virtual Server.

-- Do not use 'source-port preserve-strict' setting on the Virtual Server.

-- Set the 'cmp-hash default' on the server-side VLAN if it is set to 'cmp-hash src-ip' or 'cmp-hash dst-ip'.

Note: After making this change, it may be necessary to run the command 'tmsh restart sys service tmm', which will clear the old flows but also impact traffic. Traffic interrupted while tmm restarts.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


797797-7 : CVE-2019-11811 kernel: use-after-free in drivers

Links to More Info: K01512680, BT797797


794385-6 : BGP sessions may be reset after CMP state change

Links to More Info: BT794385

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A CMP (Clustered Multiprocessing) state change occurs when the state of the BIG-IP system changes.

This happens in the following instances:
  - Blade reset.
  - Booting up or shutting down.
  - Running 'bigstart restart'.
  - Setting a blade state from/to primary/secondary.

During these events, there is a small chance that ingress ACK packet of previously established BGP connection is going to be disaggregated to the new processing group(TMMs) and selected TMM is ready to process traffic, but is not ready yet to process traffic for existing connection. In this case, connection isn't processed and reset instead.

Conditions:
-- VIPRION chassis with more than one blade.
-- CMP hash of affected VLAN is changed from the Default value, for example, to Source Address.
-- BGP peering is configured.
-- CMP state change is occurred on one of the blades.
-- BGP ingress ACK packet is disaggregated to TMM, which either wrong TMM or not ready to process the packet of already established connection

Impact:
Affected BGP peering is reset and dynamic routes learnt by the configured protocol are withdrawn, making it impossible to advertise dynamic routes of affected routing protocols from the BIG-IP system to the configured peers. This can lead to unexpected routing decisions on the BIG-IP system or other devices in the routing mesh.

In most cases, unexpected routing decisions are from networks learnt by affected routing protocols when the routing process on the BIG-IP system becomes unreachable. However, this state is short-lived, because the peering is recreated shortly after the routing protocol restarts. The peering time depends on the routing configuration and responsiveness of other routing devices connected to the BIG-IP system. It's the usual routing convergence period, which includes setting the peering and exchanging routing information and routes.

Workaround:
There is no workaround, but the issue was never seen with a configuration where CMP hash of affected VLAN is changed back to Default value.

Fix:
BGP session is no longer reset during CMP state change.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


780857-4 : HA failover network disruption when cluster management IP is not in the list of unicast addresses

Links to More Info: BT780857

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If the cluster management IP address is not in the list of failover network unicast addresses, the blade management IP addresses in the unicast mesh will not be able to receive failover messages from peer devices.

Conditions:
-- VIPRION chassis or vCMP guest on a VIPRION chassis.
-- Per-blade management IP addresses listed in the failover network unicast mesh.
-- No cluster management IP address listed.

Impact:
The blade management IP addresses in the failover network unicast mesh stop functioning:

[root@VIP2200-R75-S5:/S1-green-P::Standby:In Sync] config # tmctl -w 200 -S sod_tg_conn_stat
entry_key local_failover_addr remote_device_name pkts_received transitions last_msg status
----------------------------- ------------------- ------------------------------ ------------- ----------- ---------- ------
10.200.75.8->10.10.10.1:1026 10.10.10.1:1026 VIP2200-R75-S8.sin.pslab.local 3249 3 1555399271 1
10.200.75.8->10.200.75.3:1026 10.200.75.3:1026 VIP2200-R75-S8.sin.pslab.local 0 1 0 0 <--
10.200.75.8->10.200.75.4:1026 10.200.75.4:1026 VIP2200-R75-S8.sin.pslab.local 0 1 0 0 <--

Workaround:
You can add an explicit management IP firewall rule to allow this traffic:

tmsh modify security firewall management-ip-rules rules add { accept_udp_1026 { place-before first ip-protocol udp destination { ports add { 1026 } } action accept } }

This will add a firewall policy so port 1026 is no longer locked down, and the blade management IP addresses in the unicast mesh should begin to function properly.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


755976-9 : ZebOS might miss kernel routes after mcpd deamon restart

Links to More Info: BT755976

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
After an mcpd daemon restart, sometimes (in ~30% of cases) ZebOS is missing some of kernel routes (virtual addresses).

One of the most common scenario is a device reboot.

Conditions:
-- Dynamic routing is configured.
-- Virtual address is created and Route Advertisement is configured:
imish -e 'sh ip route kernel'
-- mcpd daemon is restarted or device is rebooted.

Impact:
The kernel route (virtual address) is not added to the ZebOS routing table and cannot be advertised.

Workaround:
There are several workarounds; here are two:

-- Restart the tmrouted daemon:
bigstart restart tmrouted

-- Recreate the affected virtual address.

Fix:
The kernel route is now present in the ZebOS routing table after mcpd daemon restart.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


749332-1 : Client-SSL Object's description can be updated using CLI and with REST PATCH operation

Links to More Info: BT749332

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
REST PUT fails to update the object description when proxy-ca-cert and proxy-ca-key are not configured, and triggers an error:
SSL forward proxy RSA CA key is missing.

Conditions:
Issue is seen only with REST PUT operation, and when proxy-ca-cert and proxy-ca-key are not configured.

Impact:
REST PUT operation cannot be used to update/modify the description.

Workaround:
You can use either of the following:

-- You can use TMSH to update/modify the description, even if proxy-ca-cert and proxy-ca-key are not configured.

-- You can also use PATCH operation and send only the required field which need modification.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


748886-4 : Virtual server stops passing traffic after modification

Links to More Info: BT748886

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A virtual server stops passing traffic after changes are made to it.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server is using a port-list or address-list
-- High availability (HA) environment with multiple traffic groups
-- A change is made to the virtual server

Impact:
Every time you make changes to the virtual server, the traffic-group for the virtual address is changed, and traffic goes down.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


742753-8 : Accessing the BIG-IP system's WebUI via special proxy solutions may fail

Links to More Info: BT742753

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
If the BIG-IP system's WebUI is accessed via certain special proxy solutions, logging on to the system may fail.

Conditions:
This issue is known to happen with special proxy solutions that do one of the following things:

- Remove the Referer header.

- Modify the HTTP request in such a way that the Referer and Host headers no longer tally with one another.

Impact:
Users cannot log on to the BIG-IP system's WebUI.

Workaround:
As a workaround, you can do any of the following things:

- Access the BIG-IP system's WebUI directly (i.e., bypassing the problematic proxy solution).

- Modify the proxy solution so that it does not remove the Referer header (this is only viable if the proxy does not alter the Host header).

- Modify the proxy solution so that it inserts compatible Referer and Host headers.

Fix:
CSRF checks based on HTTP headers pre-logon have been improved.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


740321-1 : iControl SOAP API does not follow current best practices

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, the iControl SOAP API fails to follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- Authenticated user
- iControl SOAP request

Impact:
iControl SOAP does not follow current best practices

Workaround:
None

Fix:
iControl SOAP (iControlPortal.cgi) now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


738593-3 : Vmware Horizon session collaboration (shadow session) feature does not work through APM.

Links to More Info: BT738593

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When the VMware virtual desktop interface (VDI) is configured, session collaboration or shadow session does not work.

Conditions:
-- VMware VDI configured and Desktop resource is accessed with native client only.
-- Launch resources and VMware Horizon Client will use Blast protocol to display VMware sessions.
-- Shadow session is enabled in desktop.

Impact:
Desktop's Shadow session resource icon is not showed on webtop of native client.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Users should see Desktop's shadow session icon when resources are loaded on to webtop of native client.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


724653-5 : In a device-group configuration, a non-empty partition can be deleted by a peer device during a config-sync.

Links to More Info: BT724653

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
In a device-group configuration, a BIG-IP administrator can add a non-synced object to a partition on one device, then delete that partition on a peer device, syncing the delete (this is assuming the partition is empty on the peer).

Although the config-sync operation will report as having completed successfully on both devices, and no errors will be visible in the /var/log/ltm file of either device, a number of issues can manifest at a later time.

For instance, assuming the non-synced object was a VLAN, listing all VLANs across all partitions will return the following error:

root@(bigip-ntr-d)(cfg-sync In Sync)(Active)(/)(tmos)# list net vlan recursive
01070712:3: Internal error, can't load folder or nested folder for: /test/my_vlan

And reloading the config will return the following error (as the partition has been deleted, including its flat config files):

root@(bigip-ntr-d)(cfg-sync In Sync)(Active)(/Common)(tmos)# load sys config
Loading system configuration...
  /defaults/asm_base.conf
  /defaults/config_base.conf
  /defaults/ipfix_ie_base.conf
  /defaults/ipfix_ie_f5base.conf
  /defaults/low_profile_base.conf
  /defaults/low_security_base.conf
  /defaults/policy_base.conf
  /defaults/wam_base.conf
  /defaults/analytics_base.conf
  /defaults/apm_base.conf
  /defaults/apm_saml_base.conf
  /defaults/app_template_base.conf
  /defaults/classification_base.conf
  /var/libdata/dpi/conf/classification_update.conf
  /defaults/urlcat_base.conf
  /defaults/daemon.conf
  /defaults/pem_base.conf
  /defaults/profile_base.conf
  /defaults/sandbox_base.conf
  /defaults/security_base.conf
  /defaults/urldb_base.conf
  /usr/share/monitors/base_monitors.conf
Loading configuration...
  /config/bigip_base.conf
  /config/bigip_user.conf
  /config/bigip.conf
01070523:3: No Vlan association for STP Interface Member 1.2.
Unexpected Error: Loading configuration process failed.

These are just examples, and the exact failures will depend on the type of non-synced object and its use within your configuration.

Conditions:
-- Two or more devices in a device-group configuration.
-- Using partitions that contain non-synced objects.
-- Deleting the partition on a device and syncing the changes to the other devices.

Impact:
The partition is deleted on the peer device, even though it still contains non-synced objects. A number of config issues can arise at a later time as a result of this.

Workaround:
In some cases, if you need to define non-synced objects, you can do so in partitions or folders that are associated with 'device-group none' and 'traffic-group none'. This would prevent the partition or folder from synchronizing to other devices in the first place.

Fix:
Validation has been added that will make a config-sync receiver reject the operation if this includes the deletion of a non-empty partition. In this case, the config-sync will fail and report an error message similar to the following example:

0107082a:3: All objects from local device and all HA peer devices must be removed from a partition (test) before the partition may be removed, type ID (467), text ID (60706)

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


720610-4 : Automatic Update Check logs false 'Update Server unavailable' message on every run

Links to More Info: BT720610

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The Automatic Update Check operation erroneously logs a message indicating that the Update Server is unavailable on every run, successful or not.

Conditions:
The BIG-IP system is configured to run the Automatic Update Check feature.

Impact:
Misleading 'PHONEHOME: Update Server unavailable' messages in the log file, implying that the update server is not available.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
The Automatic Update Check operation no longer logs false messages.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.3, 14.1.2.7, 16.1.3.1


717806-8 : In the case of 'n' bigd instances, uneven CPU load distribution is seen when a high number of monitors are configured

Links to More Info: BT717806

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Load average peaks are observed when a high number of monitors (>= 200) are configured across 'n' bigd instances.

Conditions:
When a high number of monitors are configured across 'n' bigd instances. CPU load peaks appear and disappear periodically.

Impact:
No performance impact

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


713754-3 : Apache vulnerability: CVE-2017-15715

Links to More Info: K27757011


708991-1 : Newly entered password is not remembered.

Links to More Info: BT708991

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
- Upon enabling password remember feature and running 'tmsh load sys config default', the password history fails to verify and save the newly entered password.
- Upon installing a BIG-IP image for the first time, the default password is not updated.

Conditions:
- Installing first time BIG-IP image.
- Resetting the configuration using 'tmsh load sys config default'.

Impact:
The password is not remembered.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Corrected selinux policy script of the file /etc/security/opasswd for access permission.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


686783-1 : UlrCat custom database feed list does not work when the URL contains a www prefix or capital letters.

Links to More Info: BT686783

Component: Traffic Classification Engine

Symptoms:
If a UrlCat custom database feed list has URLs containing a www prefix or capital letters, the URLs are not categorized when queried.

Conditions:
The UrlCat custom database feed list with URL containing www prefix or capital letters,

Impact:
Improper classification

Workaround:
Using an iRule can help classify the URL.

Fix:
Normalized the URL before putting in the custom database.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


672963-1 : MSSQL monitor fails against databases using non-native charset

Links to More Info: BT672963

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
MSSQL monitor is fails against databases using non-native charset.

Conditions:
MSSQL monitor configured to monitor a database that is using non-native charset (ISO-8859-1).

Impact:
MSSQL monitoring always marks node / member down.

Workaround:
On BIG-IP v13.x and v14.0.x, you can work around this issue using the following steps:

1. Log in to the BIG-IP console into a bash prompt.

2. Run the following command:
mount -o remount,rw /usr; ln -s /usr/java-64/openjdk/lib/charsets.jar /usr/java/openjdk/lib/charsets.jar; mount -o remount,ro /usr

3. Restart bigd:
bigstart restart bigd

Fix:
MSSQL monitor can be used effectively against a database using a non-native charset.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


669046-7 : Handling large replies to MCP audit_request messages

Links to More Info: BT669046

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When receiving very large replies to MCP messages (e.g., when viewing audit logs from the GUI), MCP can run out of memory and produce a core file. This is due in part to the amount of data returned, and also due in part to memory handling.

In a production environment, fragmentation naturally occurs over the lifetime of MCP, thus increasing the odds of this happening. In addition, larger configurations cause more space to be consumed in MCPD and might more easily lead to the fragmentation, resulting in this issue.

Conditions:
Receiving very large replies to MCP messages (e.g., from audit_request messages, which occurs when you view audit logs from the GUI).

Memory usage is already high.

Impact:
Allocation of memory for viewing the audit logs fails. MCP can run out of memory and produce a core file.

Workaround:
Use tmsh/bash to view the audit logs instead of the GUI when audit logs are extremely large and memory usage is already high.

Fix:
Viewing audit logs in the GUI is now limited to 10,000 lines, so this issue no longer occurs.

Behavior Change:
The GUI is limited to viewing no more than 10,000 lines of the audit log.

You can use tmsh/bash to view audit logs larger than 10,000 lines.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


528894-5 : Config-Sync after non-Common partition config changes results in extraneous config stanzas in the config files of the non-Common partition

Links to More Info: BT528894

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Configuration stanzas that do not belong in the files of a non-Common partition appear there. These stanzas could include, for example, 'net trunk' or 'sys ha-group' objects.

Conditions:
-- The system includes partitions other than Common.

-- Configuration in a partition other than Common is modified.

-- A Config-Sync operation not involving an overwrite takes place (it is also possible to reproduce this issue on a standalone BIG-IP system by doing a save operation like the following: "tmsh save sys config partitions { Common other }").

Impact:
/config/partitions/<partition_name>/bigip_base.conf will contain extraneous config stanzas (such as the ones mentioned in Symptoms).

/config/bigip_base.conf will no longer contain config stanzas that belong there.

Note that the impact is mostly cosmetic. An affected device will still be able to correctly load its configuration even if some config stanzas appear in the wrong flat config file.

However, Administrators performing audits of the flat config files will be perplexed as to why some stanzas are moving back and forth between partitions.

Workaround:
If you wish to restore your flat config files to their proper state after the issue has already occurred, simply run "tmsh save sys config" on the affected device.

Alternatively, to prevent the issue in the first place, you can Config-Sync using the following command "tmsh run cm config-sync force-full-load-push to-group <device-group>".

Note that neither workaround is permanent and the issue will reoccur.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2


435231 : Support RFC7919 Negotiated Finite Field Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral parameters

Links to More Info: K79342815

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
RFC7919 Negotiated Finite Field Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral (FFDHE) parameters are not supported.

Conditions:
This affects ciphersuites that use Diffie–Hellman Ephemeral (DHE) key exchange.

Impact:
Support for larger FFDHE groups will be chosen if offered by the client.

Note: You might notice an impact to performance as compared with the previously chosen DHE 1024.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
With the support for the FFDHE groups defined in RFC7919, the system now supports DHE2048, DHE3072, DHE4096 keys. The default DHE key size is 2048 bits. (In previous BIG-IP versions, the default was 1024 bits.)

You can configure this default value by enabling or disabling the DB variable tmm.ssl.dh1024. To do so, use the following TMSH command syntax:

 modify sys db tmm.ssl.dh1024 value enable/disable

To use FFDHE2048, FFDHE3072, FFDHE4096 keys, you define them in a cipher rule, and then use this rule in a cipher group before associating it with an SSL profile.

Note: If you use a cipher rule that does not define any of the FFDHE2048, FFDHE3072, or FFDHE4096 groups (e.g., f5-default), this feature is not enabled.

For more information, and for steps to define these rules, see K79342815: BIG-IP support for RFC7919 Negotiated Finite Field Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral (FFDHE) :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K79342815.

Behavior Change:
RFC7919 Negotiated FFDHE parameters are now supported.

The FFDHE2048, FFDHE3072, FFDHE4096 keys are supported in this release. The default is DHE 2048 bits.

In previous versions, the default DHE key size was 1024 bits. If you want to continue to use DHE 1024 you can enable db var tmm.ssl.dh1024, by default it is disabled.

For more information, and for steps to use this feature, see K79342815: BIG-IP support for RFC7919 Negotiated Finite Field Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral (FFDHE) :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K79342815.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


423519-5 : Bypass disabling the redirection controls configuration of APM RDP Resource.

Links to More Info: K74302282, BT423519

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
User can bypass RDP resource redirection restrictions between RDP remote machine and local machine.

Conditions:
1. Create RDP resource. Disable redirection parameter.
2. Launch the resource.
3. Launch RDP Client, enable redirection parameter.

Impact:
User can bypass RDP resource restrictions.

Workaround:
NA

Fix:
User is not allowed to perform any redirection controls of the RDP resource.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1123149 : Sys-icheck fail for /etc/security/opasswd

Links to More Info: BT1123149

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
In common criteria mode, when password-memory is set to > 0 and create the user and login from CLI causes the system integrity check to failed

An error message may be logged "ERROR: S.5...... c /etc/security/opasswd (no backup)"

Conditions:
--- common criteria mode enabled
--- password-memory set to > 0 in password-policy configuration
--- create a new user and login first time using CLI
--- run sys-icheck

Impact:
System integrity check failure when common criteria mode is enabled

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1120685 : Unable to update the password in the CLI when password-memory is set to > 0

Links to More Info: BT1120685

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A BIG-IP system with password-memory enabled will fail to update the user password in the first login using the CLI

Conditions:
Password-memory set to > 0 in password-policy configuration

Impact:
Not able to update the user password in the first login using the CLI.

Workaround:
Create the user using the GUI and log in from the GUI.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1120433-2 : Removed gtmd and big3d daemon from the FIPS-compliant list

Links to More Info: BT1120433

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The gtmd is not able to establish a secure connection to big3d due to failure in handshake because no common ciphers were found between big3d and gtmd in FIPS mode.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP versions 16.1.3 and above
-- FIPS 140-3 license is installed on BIG-IP or its a FullBoxFIPS device.
-- Connections are established between big3d and gtmd in FIPS mode.

Impact:
SSL handshakes fail between big3d and gtmd because no common ciphers are present.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Gtmd and big3d can now communicate when FIPS mode is enabled.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1113549-3 : System boots into an inoperative state after installing engineering hotfix with FIPS140-2/140-3 License&start;

Links to More Info: BT1113549

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP persistently starts up in an inoperative state after installing an engineering hotfix with a console error similar to:

*** FIPS or Common Criteria power-up self-test failure.
*** This system has been placed in an error state.
*** To recover return to the grub menu and select another volume
*** or reinstall the system.
***
*** On many devices pressing the escape key followed by the (
*** key will bring up a menu which allows the system to be restarted.

Power-up self-test failures: <number>

Unmounting file systems
System halting.

Conditions:
- First boot after installing an engineering hotfix.
- FIPS 140-2 or FIPS140-3 license.

Impact:
You are unable to boot the BIG-IP system into an operational state after applying an engineering hotfix, and you are required to boot to a known good volume. For more information about FIPS mode previnting system boot, see https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K52534643

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1110205-2 : SSL::collect in CLIENTSSL_DATA prevents orderly connection shutdown

Links to More Info: BT1110205

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If a virtual server has an iRule performing SSL payload processing in CLIENTSSL_DATA, TMM fails to process or forward an ingress TCP FIN from a client, leaving the connection in a zombie state until it eventually idles out.

Conditions:
The issue occurs only when SSL::collect is used in CLIENTSSL_DATA

   when CLIENTSSL_DATA {
        log local0. "."
        SSL::release
        SSL::collect
    }

Impact:
Unexpected growth in the number of connections idling on a virtual server leads to memory pressure.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1109833-1 : HTTP2 monitors not sending request

Links to More Info: BT1109833

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
HTTP2 monitors do not send monitor traffic, incorrectly marking pool members down.

Conditions:
HTTP2 monitor configured.

Impact:
Pool members marked down erroneously.

Workaround:
Use different monitor type, if possible.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1108181-2 : iControl REST call with token fails with 401 Unauthorized

Links to More Info: BT1108181

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
For a short period after creating or refreshing a token, iControl REST calls may fail with a 401 Unauthorized error and an HTML body content, or a 401 F5 Authorization Required error and a JSON body content.

When using F5 Ansible modules for BIG-IP, the modules may fail with an error "Expecting value: line 1 column 1 (char 0)".

AS3 may return an error, "AS3 API code: 401".

Conditions:
-- REST call using valid token.
-- Can commonly occur on the call after a token has been refreshed or a Token list has been requested.

Impact:
iControl REST calls may temporarily fail (typically less than 1 second) after the creation or refresh of an iControl REST token.

Workaround:
After being issued a token or refreshing a token, wait a second before attempting to use it.

If this does not work, request a new token.

No workaround exists for AS3 or F5 Ansible BIG-IP modules.

Fix:
A race condition on a PAM file update has been resolved. Tokens should remain valid.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1106325 : Upgrade from BIG-IP 16.1.3 to BIG-IP 17.0 does not work when FIPS mode is enabled&start;

Links to More Info: BT1106325

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Upgrade from BIG-IP 16.1.3 to BIG-IP 17.0 does not work when FIPS mode is enabled.

Error displayed in console:
01070911:3: The requested integer (2) is out of range (0 - 1) for fipscipherversion in httpd (/Common/httpd)
Unexpected Error: Loading configuration process failed.

Conditions:
- BIG-IP 16.1.3
- FIPS 140-3 license is installed on BIG-IP 16.1.3 or its a FullBoxFIPS device.
When FIPS 140-3 is enabled in BIG-IP 16.1.3 then the upgrade to version 17.0 will fail.

Impact:
Upgrade from version 16.1.3 to version 17.0 fails when FIPS enabled.

Workaround:
Disable the FIPS 140-3 license and then perform the upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1104493-1 : Client-side abort during server-side establishment may cause tmm to behave abnormally in HTTP MRF proxy

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
This is due to early abort on client-side during serverside connection establishment.

Conditions:
- http vs with an httprouter profile
- irule to reject the connection

Impact:
- abnormal tmm behavior

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1104073-2 : Use of iRules command whereis with "isp" or "org" options may cause TCL object leak.

Links to More Info: BT1104073

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When iRules command whereis is being used with "isp" or "org" options and underlying GEOIP database(s) have not been loaded,
cur_allocs for tcl memory increases over time and does not return to the prior level.

Conditions:
- iRules command whereis is used with "isp" or "org" options
- The underlying GEOIP database(s) have not been loaded

Impact:
Cur_allocs for tcl memory increases over time and does not return to the prior level.

Workaround:
Load the underlying GEOIP database(s) before using "isp" or "org" options of the iRules command whereis.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1103233-2 : Diameter in-tmm monitor is logging disconnect events unnecessarily

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
Errors are logged to /var/log/ltm:

err tmm[20104]: 01cc0006:3: Peer (<peer>) connection state has changed: disconnected

Conditions:
A diameter in-tmm monitor is configured

Impact:
Debug logs are logged at the error level.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Log level has been changed to the debug level for the peer disconnected log.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1101705-2 : RSA-KEX ciphers list are removed from httpd configuration in FIPS mode since these are non-approved ciphers for FIPS 140-3 certification

Links to More Info: BT1101705

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
- RSA-KEX ciphers list are removed from httpd configuration when FIPS mode is enabled since these are non-approved ciphers for FIPS 140-3 certification.
- Mandatory fix for FIPS 140-3 Certification.

Conditions:
- BIG-IP versions 16.1.3 and above.
- Applies to systems requiring FIPS 140-3 Certification.
- FIPS 140-3 license is installed on BIG-IP or its a FullBoxFIPS device.
- https connections are established using the RSA-KEX based ciphers

Impact:
- BIG-IP systems running without this fix on a release targeted for certification (BIG-IP 16.1.x or later) will not be running a FIPS 140-3 certified configuration.
- https connection using RSA KEX ciphers will not be successful when FIPS 140-3 license is installed in the device.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Apply this fix to ensure that the system is compliant with FIPS 140-3 Certification.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1100609 : Length Mismatch in DNS/DHCP IPv6 address in logs and pcap

Links to More Info: BT1100609

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The wrong length is shown in logs for DNS/DHCP IPv6 addresses.

Conditions:
-- DNS/DHCP IPv6 configured in IKE-PEER configuration.
-- The tunnel is established.

Impact:
The length is reported incorrectly in the logs. It is reported as 15 when it should be reported as 16.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fix the logs.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1097821-2 : Unable to create apm policy customization image using tmsh or VPE in the configuration utility command when source-path is specified

Links to More Info: BT1097821

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Creating an APM policy image file with source_path attribute fails.

Conditions:
APM provisioned

Impact:
You are unable to use the source_path attribute for creating APM customization image files.

Workaround:
Copy the image file to one of the directories of /var/config/rest/, /var/tmp/, /shared/tmp/ and use local_path instead of source_path.

E.g. create apm policy image-file test.jpg local-path /var/tmp/<file name>

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1097193-2 : Unable to SCP files using WinSCP or relative path name

Links to More Info: BT1097193

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When attempting to retrieve a file with WinSCP, you receive an error dialog and the session will be terminated:

"SCP Protocol error: Invalid control record (r; elative addresses not allowed)

Copying files from remote side failed."

If attempting to transfer a file by relative path with a command line utility the transfer will fail with the message:
"relative addresses not allowed"

Conditions:
-- Running BIG-IP version with fix for ID 915981
-- Using WinSCP set to use SCP protocol to retrieve files from a BIG-IP system.
-- Using a relative remote path to transfer a file with command line scp utility.

Impact:
No longer able to use WinSCP to retrieve files such as packet captures, log archives, or other diagnostic data from the BIG-IP system.

Workaround:
Use a command line SCP tool that allows specifying an absolute path for the source and/or destination file (a path that starts with a forward slash /), when the source and/or destination locations are a BIG-IP device.

If the user ID is permitted to do so, you may use WinSCP in SFTP mode.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1094177-4 : Analytics iApp installation fails

Links to More Info: BT1094177

Component: iApp Technology

Symptoms:
By default restjavad.disablerpmtasks value is true. This causes iApp RPM installation to be blocked.

Conditions:
Analytics iApp RPM installation

Impact:
The RPM installation fails with an error "403, Protocol Exception".

Workaround:
Change the restjavad.disablerpmtasks sys db variable to false, and then restart restjavad:

tmsh modify sys db restjavad.disablerpmtasks value false

To restart restjavad on a VIPRION or multi-bladed vCMP guest or multi-bladed F5OS tenant:
clsh tmsh restart sys service restjavad

To restart restjavad on an appliance or single-slot vCMP guest or F5OS tenant:
tmsh restart sys service restjavad

NOTE: This will require a cluster sync for any device groups configured for manual config sync. All updated systems will require a restart of restjavad for the change to take affect.

After restjavad restarts on all affected devices, you can perform the iApp installation.

Fix:
By default, the sys db variable restjavad.disablerpmtasks should be "false". When appliance mode is enabled, this DB key is forced to "true".

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1093621-2 : Some SIP traffic patterns over TCP may cause resource exhaustion on BIG-IP

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
Certain SIP messages can cause excessive memory use under when SIP is used over TCP.

Conditions:
Using a SIP Profile with a TCP connection

Impact:
Tmm memory grows considerably and it may not be freed.

Workaround:
No workaround.

Fix:
The traffic pattern no longer causes excessive memory usage.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1091761-1 : Mqtt_message memory leaks when iRules are used

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Mqtt_message memory leaks when iRules like insert_after, insert_before, and respond are used.

Conditions:
Basic mqtt virtual server with any of the below rules ->insert_after
>insert_before
>respond

Impact:
Memory leak occurs and TMM may crash

Workaround:
NA

Fix:
There is no longer a memory leak with iRules usage

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1091565-1 : Gy CCR AVP:Requested-Service-Unit is misformatted/NULL

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
Observed diameter protocol warning when Requested Service Unit(RSU) is empty for CCR-I and CCR-U requests.

Conditions:
If the 'Initial Quota' is EMPTY in policy under Policy Enforcement ›› Rating Groups, the BIG-IP system reports empty data in AVP: Requested-Service-Unit.

Impact:
In Wireshark, a protocol warning occurs.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
If the Initial PEM Quota values are EMPTY/0 We are updating the RSU values to Zero.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1091345-2 : The /root/.bash_history file is not carried forward by default during installations.

Links to More Info: BT1091345

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
By default, the /root/.bash_history file is not included in the UCS archives. As such, this file is not rolled forward during a software installation.

Conditions:
Performing a BIG-IP software installation.

Impact:
This issue may hinder the efforts of F5 Support should the need to determine what was done prior to a software installation arise.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1091249-2 : BIG-IP DNS and Link Controller systems may use an incorrect IPv6 translation address.

Links to More Info: BT1091249

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
As BIG-IP DNS and Link Controller systems connect with one another (or with monitored BIG-IP systems) over iQuery, you may notice:

-- Log messages that specify IPv6 translation addresses non-existent in your configuration and often meaningless (as in not pertaining to some of the more common IPv6 address spaces). For example:

debug gtmd[24229]: 011ae01e:7: Creating new socket to connect to 2001::1 (a06d:3d70:fd7f:0:109c:7000::)

-- If you restart the gtmd daemon, the IPv6 translation address mentioned above between parenthesis changes to a new, random meaningless value.

-- The GTM portion of the configuration fails to synchronize.

Conditions:
IPv6 translation addresses are in use in relevant objects.

Impact:
The logs are misleading and the GTM portion of the configuration may fail to synchronize.

Workaround:
If possible, do not use IPv6 translation addresses.

Fix:
IPv6 translation addresses now function as designed.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1090649-3 : PEM errors when configuring IPv6 flow filter via GUI

Links to More Info: BT1090649

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
An error occurs while configuring an IPv6 flow filter using the GUI:
0107174e:3: The source address (::) and source netmask (0.0.0.0) addresses for pem flow info filter (filter0) must be be the same type (IPv4 or IPv6).

Conditions:
Configuring an IPv6 flow filter using the GUI

Impact:
You are unable to configure the IPv6 flow filter via the GUI

Workaround:
The error does not occur when using tmsh.

Fix:
Modified the IPv6 Validation. Able to create IPV6 flow filter after the fix

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1090569-1 : After enabling a TLS virtual server, TMM crashes with SIGFPE and 1 hour later with SIGSEGV

Links to More Info: BT1090569

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Some SSL handshakes are fail when using the CRL certificate validator and tmm crashes.

Conditions:
-- TLS virtual server
-- The virtual server passes network traffic

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed a tmm crash related to the CRL certificate validator.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1089849 : NIST SP800-90B compliance

Links to More Info: BT1089849

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Common Criteria and FIPS 140-3 certifications require compliance with NIST SP800-90B; this completes that compliance.

Conditions:
This applies to systems requiring Common Criteria and/or FIPS 140-3 compliance.

Impact:
BIG-IP systems running without this fix on a release targeted for certification (BIG-IP 16.1.x or later) will not be using a Common Criteria and/or FIPS 140-3 certified configuration.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Apply this fix to ensure that the system is compliant with NIST SP800-90B.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1087621-1 : IKEv2: IPsec CREATE_CHILD_SA (IKE) fails due to bad ECP payload

Links to More Info: BT1087621

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The tunnel stops working after initially starting with no problem.

The BIG-IP will send a bad KE (Key Exchange) Payload when rekeying the IKE SA with ECP.

Conditions:
-- IKEv2
-- ECP PFS
-- Peer attempts to re-key IKE SA (CREATE_CHILD SA) over existing IKE SA.

Impact:
IPsec tunnels stop working for periods of time.

Workaround:
Do not use ECP for PFS.

Fix:
ECP will work correctly when rekeying.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1087469-2 : iRules are not triggered when an SSL client connects to a BIG-IP system using an empty certificate.

Links to More Info: BT1087469

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When an SSL client connects to BIG-IP system and sends an empty certificate, the CLIENTSSL_CLIENTCERT is not triggered for iRules.

Conditions:
- Virtual server configured on BIG-IP with a clientssl profile
- Client authentication on the virtual server is set to "request"
- iRule relying on CLIENTSSL_CLIENTCERT
- A client connects to BIG-IP using an empty certificate

Impact:
CLIENTSSL_CLIENTCERT irules aren't triggered.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
CLIENTSSL_CLIENTCERT irules are now triggered when receiving empty certificates.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1087217-2 : TMM crash as part of the fix made for ID912209

Links to More Info: BT1087217

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes.

Conditions:
BIG-IP versions 16.1.0 or later which includes the fix of ID912209.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1087201-6 : OpenSSL Vulnerability: CVE-2022-0778

Links to More Info: K31323265, BT1087201


1086897-1 : PEM subcriber lookup can fail for internet side/subscriber side new connections

Links to More Info: BT1086897

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
PEM subscriber lookup can fail for internet/subscriber side flow for new connections, as PEM uses the local address to look up the session, which is not the subscriber.

Conditions:
-- PEM enabled and configured
-- Subscriber session has multiple IP's
-- Each IP lands on a different TMM

Impact:
PEM subscriber lookup can fail on the internet side or subscriber side

Workaround:
None

Fix:
PEM subscriber lookup now always succeeds for internet side and subscriber side new connections,

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1086677-4 : TMM Crashes in xvprintf() because of NULL Flow Key

Links to More Info: BT1086677

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes while passing traffic

Conditions:
This was observed during internal testing and occurred while making configuration changes while passing traffic.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed a tmm crash.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1085729-2 : bd may crash while processing specific request

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
bd crashes while processing specific request.

Conditions:
- "Attack Signature False Positive Mode" is not "Disabled"
- bd receives an undisclosed request during handling of other traffic.

Impact:
bd crashes

Workaround:
Set "Attack Signature False Positive Mode" to "Disabled".

Fix:
bd handles the request correctly.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1084993 : [PEM][Gy] e2e ID/h2h ID in RAR / RAA Not Matching

Links to More Info: BT1084993

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
E2e id and h2h id in Re-Authorisation Answer from PEM to OCS is not matching with Re-Authorisation Request from OCS to PEM.

Conditions:
Diameter-endpoint configuration. PCEF(PEM) communicating over gy interface with OCS for quota information.

Impact:
OCS will not be able to determine for which RAR it got RAA. This is catastrophic for billing.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
There was conversion issue in PEM, fixed it.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1084673-2 : GTM Monitor "require M from N" status change log message does not print pool name

Links to More Info: BT1084673

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
The number of probes that are succeeding is changing in between different windows in which the "N" number of probes were sent.

Conditions:
- GTM/DNS is provisioned
- A "require M from N" monitor rule is assigned to a gtm pool or an individual gtm pool member.

Impact:
The log written to provide information on the changing number of successful probes does not contain information about the pool member.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1084173-1 : Unable to specify "no caching desired" for ephemeral DNS resolvers (i.e. RESOLV::lookup).

Links to More Info: BT1084173

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Each time the iRule command RESOLV::lookup is invoked with a different target IP address or internal virtual server, a unique resolver context is created.

However, for performance and memory preservation reasons, all ephemeral resolvers are backed by the same set of DNS caches.

This means that repeated identical queries to different ephemeral resolvers will always return the answer from the cache that was retrieved by the first ephemeral resolver (until the TTL of the record expires).

While this is fine in the traditional use of DNS, this may be problematic in certain specific use-cases. For example, this does not allow for per-user DNS servers to return different results for the same query. This technique could be used by an iRule to retrieve user-specific information to then spin up user-unique virtual environments.

Conditions:
Sending repeated queries for the same FQDN to different ephemeral resolvers (before the TTL expires) and expecting different results back.

Impact:
Inability to support specific use-cases in a BIG-IP iRule.

Fix:
Versions with the fix include a new DB key called dnscache.ephemeralsnocache, which defaults to "disable".

When set to "disable", the system behaves exactly as in previous releases.

When set to "enable", ephemeral resolvers spawned in an iRule by the RESOLV::lookup command no longer cache anything, thus allowing for use-cases similar to the example mentioned under Symptoms.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1084013-4 : TMM does not follow TCP best practices

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, with specific configurations in place, TMM does not follow best practices for TCP connections.

Conditions:
- HTTP virtual server with f5-tcp-progressive configured as the client-side TCP profile.
- Software SYN cookies.

Impact:
TMM does not follow best practices for TCP connections.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
TMM now follows best practices for TCP connections when f5-tcp-progressive is in use.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1083989-1 : TMM may restart if abort arrives during MBLB iRule execution

Links to More Info: BT1083989

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
"Unallocated flow while polling for rule work. Skipping." is logged in /var/log/ltm.

*or*

"flow in use" assert fails causing TMM to restart.

Conditions:
- Virtual using MBLB proxy.
- iRule with LB_SELECTED, CLIENT_CLOSED, and SERVER_CLOSED events.
- client connection is aborted while LB_SELECTED is queued for execution.

Impact:
TMM may restart unexpectedly.

Workaround:
Remove LB_SELECTED event from the iRule, if feasible.

Fix:
The MBLB proxy now correctly handles being aborted when it has iRule events queued for execution.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1083977-1 : MCPD crashes when changing HTTPD configuration, all secondary blades of clustered system remain offline&start;

Links to More Info: BT1083977

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Making a configuration change to the HTTPD configuration causes MCPD to hang for five minutes, and then MCPD crashes and restarts.

On a multi-slot VIPRION, vCMP guest, or BIG-IP tenant, after upgrading to an affected version, all secondary blades may remain in an offline state.

Conditions:
Making a configuration change to the management HTTPD configuration.

Impact:
System goes offline and services restart.

On a VIPRION chassis, all secondary blades remain offline.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The system remains stable when modifying the HTTPD configuration.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1083913-2 : Missing error check in ICAP handling

Links to More Info: BT1083913

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Bd crashes.

Conditions:
Asm policy is configured for ICAP integration

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while bd restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1083537 : FIPS 140-3 Certification

Links to More Info: BT1083537

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
For FIPS 140-3 Certification

Conditions:
This applies to systems requiring FIPS 140-3 Certification.

Impact:
BIG-IP systems running without this fix on a release targeted for certification (BIG-IP 16.1.x or later) will not be running a FIPS 140-3 certified configuration.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Apply this fix to ensure that the system is compliant with FIPS 140-3 Certification.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1082885-1 : MR::message route virtual asserts when configuration changes during ongoing traffic

Links to More Info: BT1082885

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
MR::message route virtual causes TMM to crash / panic when the configuration changes during ongoing traffic. This is due to
an invalid validation of the TYPEIDs when mis-matched virtual servers / proxies are identified because of the configuration change.

Conditions:
A BIG-IP configuration change is made while passing traffic.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fix:
With the fix, proper validation of the Proxy TYPEIDs will make the server to gracefully close the connection when PROXIES TYPEIDs mismatch is detected and a relevant error log is printed in the ltm logs as well.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.6, 16.1.2.2


1082505 : TLS ciphersuites including RSA-KEX are non-approved ciphers for FIPS 140-3 certification

Links to More Info: BT1082505

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TLS ciphersuites including RSA KEX are non-approved ciphers as per FIPS 140-3 certification standard

Conditions:
- BIG-IP versions 16.1.3 and above
- FIPS 140-3 license is installed on BIG-IP or its a FullBoxFIPS device.
- f5-fips cipher-group is associated with SSL profiles
- Connections are established using the RSA-KEX based ciphers

Impact:
SSL handshake will not be successful.

Workaround:
Create a custom cipher-group including all the required cipher strings and associate with the SSL profiles.

Fix:
For FIPS 140-3 certification, TLS ciphersuites including RSA-KEX are reported as non-approved ciphers in fips mode, also these cipher strings have been removed from the f5-fips cipher group.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1082461-2 : The enforcer cores during a call to 'ASM::raise' from an active iRule

Links to More Info: BT1082461

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
In the case of 'ASM::raise' call execution from an iRule that contains a list length greater than 100, the enforcer (bd) will core.

Conditions:
A call to 'ASM::raise' with a list length greater than 100 from an iRule.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while bd restarts.

Workaround:
While constructing the iRule, make sure that the list passed into 'ASM::raise' contains fewer than 100 elements.

Fix:
Fixed an enforcer core.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1082225-4 : Tmm may core while Adding/modifying traffic-class attached to a virtual server.

Links to More Info: BT1082225

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm may core with 'tmm SIGSEGV' while performing addition/updating of traffic class attached to a virtual server.

Conditions:
-- Some Traffic classes have been removed from the virtual server.
-- A new traffic class is attached to the virtual server, or modification of the existing traffic class is triggered.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.
The traffic class might not be applied as expected.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1081201-1 : MCPD certification import hardening

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, MCPD does not follow current best practices for certificate import.

Conditions:
- Authenticated administrative user
- Invalid SSL certificate import request

Impact:
MCPD crash leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
MCPD now follows current best practices for certificate import.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1081153-2 : TMM may crash while processing administrative requests

Component: Policy Enforcement Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions TMM may crash while processing administrative requests

Conditions:
- Authenticated administrative user
- Administrative data request

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes administrative requests as expected

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3.1


1080581-1 : Virtual server creation is not allowed to have TCP, UDP and HTTP together with Client or Server SSL Profiles.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1080581

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
During the upgrade, the configuration load fails with an error:

err mcpd[6381]: 01070734:3: Configuration error: A virtual server (/Common/my_virtual) is not allowed to have TCP, UDP and HTTP together with Client or Server SSL Profiles.

Conditions:
-- Upgrading from an earlier version that contains a QUIC profile in a virtual server having tcp, UDP, and HTTP together
-- Upgrading to version 15.1.5 or 16.1.2.2

Impact:
BIG-IP will remain in inoperative state after upgrade

Fix:
QUIC protocol is allowed to use tcp and udp protocol in combination

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.3.1


1080341-4 : Changing an L2-forward virtual to any other virtual type might not update the configuration.

Links to More Info: BT1080341

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Changing an L2-forward virtual-server to any other virtual-server type might not update the saved configuration.

Conditions:
Changing an L2-forward virtual-server to any other virtual-server type.

Impact:
Traffic still behaves as if L2-forward virtual-server is configured.

Workaround:
Remove and re-create the affected virtual-server.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1080317-3 : Logged hostname not consistent when hostname contains "."

Links to More Info: BT1080317

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Messages which are logged to journald use the configured hostname while sylog-ng uses the hostname (machine name) and truncates it starting at the first '.'. As we're using a mix of logging directly to syslog-ng (e.g., /var/run/tmm.pipe) and from journald, this results in hostnames being inconsistent when it contains '.'; i.e., "my.hostname" is logged as "my" by syslog-ng and "my.hostname" by journald. This can make it difficult for log analysis tools to work with the log files.

Conditions:
When hostname contains '.'

Impact:
Not in readable state as some logs contains truncated hostname and some contain full hostname

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1079909-1 : Bd core

Links to More Info: K82724554, BT1079909

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Bd generates a core file and restarts.

Conditions:
-- ASM running on v15.1.5.1 or v15.1.6. Other versions are not affected.
-- Content profile is configured to check attack signatures.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while while bd restarts.

Workaround:
Set the internal parameter disable_second_extra_normalization to 1 and restart ASM by executing:

  /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add disable_second_extra_normalization 1
  bigstart restart asm

Note: This loosens matching of attack signatures for some cases.

Fix:
Fixed a bd crash.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2


1079817-1 : Java null pointer exception when saving UCS with iAppsLX installed&start;

Links to More Info: BT1079817

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When saving a UCS the resulting archive does not contain iAppLX packages. This is because the POST to /shared/iapp/build-package gets a 400 error from restjavad.

The restjavad log files will show a null pointer exception when this occurs.

Conditions:
Saving UCS file when iAppLX packages are installed.

Impact:
When saving a UCS the resulting archive does not contain iAppLX packages.

Fix:
The RPM build completes successfully.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1079721 : OWASP 2017 A2 Category - Login enforcement link is broken

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under A2 category, Broken Authentication: ‘Login Enforcement: Not fulfilled’ - if you click on the Not fulfilled link you end up with a broken link

Conditions:
1. Go to OWASP page (Security ›› Overview : OWASP Compliance)
2. Collapse Broken Authentication field
3. Click on Login Enforcement protection state link (Fulfilled or Not Fulfilled).

Impact:
Link is broken, and need to go manually to login enforcement tab in Policy Configuration page

Workaround:
Go to the related policy configuration page, click on Session and Logins tab. You will see there the Login Pages section.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1079637-1 : Incorrect Neuron rule order

Links to More Info: BT1079637

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
The order of Neuron rules created for the virtual servers may be incorrect.

Conditions:
- Platforms with Neuron support (BIG-IP iSeries) configured with a Turboflex profile other than turboflex-base.

Impact:
There are several features that rely on the Neuron rules.

In case of hardware SYN Cookie a TCP virtual server may not receive the TCP SYN packets even if the virtual server is not in SYN Cookie mode.

Some sPVA feature may behave unexpectedly.

Fix:
The order of the Neuron rules is now correct.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.3


1079505-4 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing SSL Orchestrator traffic

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Under certain network conditions the service connector used in SSL Orchestrator can consume excessive memory.

Conditions:
- APM service connector in use. This component is used by default in SSL Orchestrator.

Impact:
Excessive resource consumption, potentially leading to decreased performance or a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes SSL Orchestrator traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1078821-1 : Upgrade tomcat with OpenJDK 1.7 32bit to OpenJDK 1.8 32bit

Links to More Info: BT1078821

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
TMUI (the GUI) needs to be upgraded with OpenJDK 1.8 to support TLS 1.2 AES GCM ciphers for OAuth Provider Discovery

Conditions:
BIG-IP systems using the GUI

Impact:
Deployments which use Microsoft Azure AD as OAuth IDP, will start facing issues with OAuth Provider discovery after 31st Jan 2022. Microsoft is deprecating TLS1.0/1.1 and supporting TLS1.2 AES GCM ciphers only.

Fix:
Upgrade tomcat with OpenJDK 1.7 32bit to OpenJDK 1.8 32bit

Note: This results in an increase in the size of /usr. Although not an issue on its own, cumulative increases in /var, /usr, and /root might result in installation failures on iSeries devices when multiple slots contain software versions 16.1.x or later. Depending on the combination of versions, you might not be able to install/upgrade three TMOS software volumes on your iSeries device (see K41812306: The appdata volume on BIG-IP iSeries platforms is now larger :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K41812306 ).

Behavior Change:
Upgrade tomcat with OpenJDK 1.7 32bit to OpenJDK 1.8 32bit

Note: This results in an increase in the size of /usr. Although not an issue on its own, cumulative increases in /var, /usr, and /root might result in installation failures on iSeries devices when multiple slots contain software versions 16.1.x or later. Depending on the combination of versions, you might not be able to install/upgrade three TMOS software volumes on your iSeries device (see K41812306: The appdata volume on BIG-IP iSeries platforms is now larger :: https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K41812306 ).

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1078765-1 : Arcsight remote log with 200004390,200004389 signatures in the request may crash the enforcer.

Links to More Info: BT1078765

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A BD core may occur due to enforcement of 200004390 200004389 signatures with the combination of Arcsight remote logger enabled.

Conditions:
The request must contain 200004390 200004389 signatures with the combination of Arcsight remote logger attached to the virtual server.

Impact:
The enforcer may crash.

Workaround:
Disable 200004390 200004389 signatures.

Fix:
200004390 200004389 are now signatures enforced successfully.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1078721-1 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing ICAP traffic

Links to More Info: K16187341, BT1078721


1078669-2 : iRule command “RESOLVER::name_lookup” returns null for TCP resolver with TC (truncated) flag set.

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
“RESOLVER::name_lookup” returns null for TCP resolver with TC set.

Conditions:
Backend server returns very large DNS response.

Impact:
iRule command does not give any response but with TC set.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1078053-1 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing STREAM traffic

Links to More Info: K99123750, BT1078053


1077701-1 : GTM "require M from N" monitor rules do not report when the number of "up" responses change

Links to More Info: BT1077701

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
The number of probes that are succeeding is changing in between different windows in which the "N" number of probes were sent.

Conditions:
- GTM/DNS is provisioned.
- A "require M from N" monitor rule is assigned to a gtm resource.

Impact:
The change in the number of successful monitor probes isn't available which is useful for troubleshooting.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
A logline is written to show the change in the number of successful probes.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1077281-2 : Import xml policy fails with “Malformed xml” error when session awareness configuration contains login pages

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When a policy contains an individual login page in session tracking, the exported xml policy fails to be imported back due to error “Malformed XML: Could not resolve foreign key dependence”.

Conditions:
The policy contains an individual login page in session tracking and the policy is exported in xml format

Impact:
Import the policy fails with an error: "Could not resolve foreign key dependence”.

Workaround:
This occurs when using XML format only, so you can use binary export/import

Fix:
XML export/import now will work also if policy contains an individual login page in session tracking

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1076921-1 : Log hostname should be consistent when it contains ' . '

Links to More Info: BT1076921

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Messages that are logged to journald use the configured hostname, while sylog-ng uses the hostname (machine name) and truncates it starting at the first '.' (period). This results in hostnames being inconsistent when it contains '.'; e.g., 'my.hostname' is logged as 'my' by syslog-ng, and 'my.hostname' by journald. This can make it difficult for log analysis tools to work with the log files.

Conditions:
-- Hostname contains a period.
-- Viewing log files emitted from journald and from syslog-ng.

Impact:
The full hostname is logged for system logs while logs that go directly to syslog-ng use a truncated hostname.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1076401-5 : Memory leak in TMM (ldns) when exceeding dnssec.maxnsec3persec.

Links to More Info: BT1076401

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Memory leak leading to TMM running out of free memory.

Conditions:
-- Dnssec.maxnsec3persec set to non-default value (default 0 - unlimited).
-- Number of DNS requests leading to NSEC3 responses goes above the limit of dnssec.maxnsec3persec.

Impact:
TMM runs out of memory.

Workaround:
Set dnssec.maxnsec3persec to 0.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1076397-1 : TMSH hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMSH/TMUI does not follow current best practices when processing monitor configuration

Conditions:
- Monitor configured
- Configuration loaded from file

Impact:
Configuration fails to load.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMSH now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1076377-3 : OSPF path calculation for IA and E routes is incorrect.

Links to More Info: BT1076377

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
--OSPF path calculation for IA and E routes is incorrect.
--E2 route might be preferred over E1 route.
--Cost calculation for IA routes is incorrect.

Conditions:
Mixing E2/E1 routes and IA routes with different cost.

Impact:
Wrong route is installed.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1075205-1 : Using TCP::close after HTTP::redirect/HTTP::respond causes HTTP response not to be delivered to the client.

Links to More Info: BT1075205

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Using TCP::close after HTTP::redirect/HTTP::respond causes HTTP response not to be delivered to the client.

Conditions:
iRule similar to:

ltm rule REDIRECT {
when HTTP_REQUEST {
   HTTP::redirect "https://[HTTP::host][HTTP::uri]"
   TCP::close
}

Impact:
Redirect/response not delivered to the client.

Workaround:
Remove TCP::close from an iRule.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1074517-1 : Tmm may core while adding/modifying traffic-class attached to a virtual server

Links to More Info: BT1074517

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm may core while adding/modifying traffic-class attached to a virtual server

Conditions:
-- Traffic class is attached to a virtual server.
-- Add an existing traffic class to a virtual server.
-- Afterwards, a new traffic class is attached to the virtual server, or modification of the existing traffic class is triggered.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1074113-1 : IPsec IKEv2: Selectors incorrectly marked up after disable ike-peer

Links to More Info: BT1074113

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When disabling an ike-peer, sometimes the traffic-selector is not marked "down" in one or both directions.

Conditions:
All the following must be true

-- IKEv2 IPsec tunnel
-- A nonzero value for ipsec.pfkey.load, ipsec.sp.migrate and ipsec.sp.owner is set.
-- During the life of the SA the tunnel was migrated to another tmm owner.

The final point is not normally visible unless debug2 logging is enabled on ike-daemon.

Impact:
Cosmetic. The traffic selector is incorrectly reported as up for one or both directions.

Workaround:
The selector state cannot be changed unless it goes up/down again. There is no way to manually fix it.

Fix:
Disabling an ike-peer config object will correctly mark the associated traffic-selector down.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1073973-1 : Gateway HTTP/2, response payload intermittently not forwarded to client.

Links to More Info: BT1073973

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Some HTTP/2 requests through a Gateway HTTP2 (HTTP2 clientside/HTTP1 serverside, no MRF) stall, with:
   - the BIG-IP receives a request and forwards it to the server
   - the server responds with both headers and response body
   - the BIG-IP forwards the response headers back to the client
   - the BIG-IP does not forward the response body to the client

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP virtual server configured with an HTTP/2 profile on both the client side and server side
-- A high number of HTTP/2 requests traverse the HTTP/2 connection

Impact:
HTTP response body is not forwarded to the client from the BIG-IP system.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1073841-1 : URI normalization does not function as expected

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions URIs processed with normalization may not be normalized as expected.

Conditions:
-- HTTP profile in use
-- iRule using URI normalization

Impact:
URI normalization not processed as expected, potentially resulting in unexpected iRule operation due to non-normal URIs.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
URI normalization is now processed as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3.1


1073625-2 : Peer (standby) unit's policies after autosync show a need for Apply Policy when the imported policy has learning enabled.

Links to More Info: BT1073625

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM policy import is successful on Active unit and it syncs to standby device, but "Apply changes" is displayed on the standby device policies page.

Conditions:
1. XML policy with learning enabled imported via TMSH.
2. Autosync with incremental sync enabled on device-group with ASM sync enabled.

Impact:
The peer (standby) unit needs to have the policies applied manually even though everything is set to auto-sync

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1073609-4 : Tmm may core while using reject iRule command in LB_SELECTED event.

Links to More Info: BT1073609

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm cores with SIGFPE "packet is locked by a driver"

Conditions:
-- Fastl4 virtual server
-- iRule attached that uses reject iRule command in LB_SELECTED event

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fix:
Tmm does not core while using iRules attached that uses reject iRule command in LB_SELECTED event.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1073549-1 : TMSH hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMSH/TMUI does not follow current best practices when processing monitor configuration

Conditions:
- Monitor configured
- Configuration loaded from file

Impact:
Configuration fails to load.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMSH now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1073357-2 : TMM may crash while processing HTTP traffic

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may crash while processing HTTP traffic

Conditions:
- HTTP profile enabled
- HTTP::uri iRule in use

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes HTTP traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3.1


1072953-2 : Memory leak in traffic management interface.

Links to More Info: BT1072953

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When configuration objects that use a traffic management interface are modified, they leave behind orphaned objects. The memory leak can become significant over time if there are frequent config changes.

Conditions:
Request logging profile attached to a VIP.

Impact:
TMM uses more memory than it should.

Workaround:
Restart tmm to free the memory, avoid making frequent configuration changes to virtual servers that contain request logging profiles.

Fix:
Traffic management interface no longer leaks memory.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1072733-4 : Protocol Inspection IM package hardening

Component: Protocol Inspection

Symptoms:
Protocol Inspection IM packages do not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- Authenticated administrative user
- Protocol Inspection IM packages uploaded to BIG-IP

Impact:
Protocol Inspection IM packages do not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Protocol Inspection IM packages now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1072237-1 : Retrieval of policy action stats causes memory leak

Links to More Info: BT1072237

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When a virtual server with an L7 policy is present, the tmsh show ltm policy command triggers a memory leak.

Conditions:
The tmsh show ltm policy command is executed when a virtual server with an L7 policy attached is present.

Impact:
Memory leak for umem_alloc_16 cur_allocs for each request for
each request of tmsh show ltm policy

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Umem_alloc_16 cur_allocs no longer leaking memory.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1072197-1 : Issue with input normalization in WebSocket.

Links to More Info: K94142349, BT1072197

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, attack signature violations might not be triggered in WebSocket scenario.

Conditions:
- ASM handles WebSocket flow.
- Malicious WebSocket message contains specific characters.

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1072057-1 : "ANY" appears despite setting an IP address or host as the source in Security->Network Firewall->Policy.

Links to More Info: BT1072057

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
The GUI incorrectly displays the sources address in certain conditions.

1. If the source address of a firewall policy is not empty (that is, some specific IP addresses available to the rule), the word "Any" is displayed.
2. If the source address is empty (that is, no specific IP addresses exist), nothing (empty) is displayed.

Conditions:
Viewing a firewall policy in the GUI via Security > Firewall > policy.

Impact:
No functional impact

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Fixed a display issue with the source address field.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1071689-1 : SSL connection not immediately closed with HTTP2 connection and lingers until idle timeout

Links to More Info: BT1071689

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
SSL connections using HTTP/2 are not immediately closed and linger until the idle timeout expires.

Conditions:
This occurs during SSL handshake termination from the client to the BIG-IP system.

Impact:
SSL connection does not close.

Fix:
System will properly terminate the connection without lingering until timeout

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1071621-1 : Increase the number of supported traffic selectors

Links to More Info: BT1071621

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
There is an imposed limit of 30 traffic selectors that can be attached to an IPsec policy / IKEv2 ike-peer.

Conditions:
-- IKEv2
-- More than 30 traffic selectors required on one IPsec policy / ike-peer.

Impact:
No more than 30 traffic selectors can be added to a single IPsec policy / ike-peer.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The behavior of sys db ipsec.maxtrafficselectors has changed.

Max traffic selectors associated to an ike-peer is increased from 30 to 100.

ipsec.maxtrafficselectors can not be set to "0" to indicate there is no limit.

When the sys-db variable is non-zero, the limit is enforced.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1071609-2 : IPsec IKEv1: Log Key Exchange payload in racoon.log.

Links to More Info: BT1071609

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The key exchange payload is not logged to the IPsec logs.

Conditions:
The issue is observed during IKEv1 tunnel establishment.

Impact:
If you are investigating the IKEv1 key calculation, the key exchange payload information will not be available.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1071593-4 : TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic.

Conditions:
- SSL profile enabled
- Client certificate auth enabled

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes TLS traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1071585-1 : BIG-IP system does not respond to an arp from a SelfIP configured in virtual wire mode

Links to More Info: BT1071585

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP system does not respond to an arp from a SelfIP configured in virtual wire mode in Virtual Edition platforms.

Conditions:
Configure network in virtual wire mode in VADC pltaform

Impact:
Virtual server traffic is disrupted.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fix for the ARP not getting resolved when BIG-IP is configured with selfip on vwire's while redirecting to a different tmm.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1071485-3 : For IP based bypass, Response Analytics sends RST.

Links to More Info: BT1071485

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When SSL takes a dynamic bypass action (IP based bypass decision), the Per-Request Policy agents skip execution when necessary. That is, Category Lookup exits early due to no data because of the early bypass. The same check is not present in Response Analytics and URL Filter agents so that they don't take the error path due to not seeing Category Lookup data.

Conditions:
IP based bypass (in client SSL profile) with Response Analytics or URL Filtering in the Per-Request Policy.

Impact:
Category Lookup skips execution due to IP based bypass and thus Response Analytics and URL Filtering do not have the necessary data, so they take an internal error path. This will cause an RST.

Workaround:
Do not add Response Analytics or URL Filtering agents to paths that you know will not have appropriate Category Lookup data due to bypass.

Fix:
When the SSL level filter bypasses based on client data, Per-Request Policy agents will now be appropriately bypassed as well if there is not enough data to run on. They will take the fallback branches instead of sending a RST on error.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1071449-4 : Statsd memory leak on platforms with license disabled processors.

Links to More Info: BT1071449

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Memory usage in statsd will continue to grow until the control-plane is out of memory.

Conditions:
This issue occurs when the license on the BIG-IP disables some of the processors.

Impact:
Statsd may consume excessive memory causing OOM killer activity.

Workaround:
Restart statsd periodically.

Fix:
Statsd no longer leaks memory.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1071365-5 : iControl SOAP WSDL hardening

Links to More Info: K59904248, BT1071365


1071301-1 : GTM server does not get updated even when the virtual server status changes.

Links to More Info: BT1071301

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTM Server is in an Unknown state even though the single virtual server is green.

Conditions:
-- Three-member sync group.
-- Create a large number of virtual servers.
-- Virtual servers are disabled and enabled.

Impact:
The server status does not reflect the virtual server status, and there is no obvious way to recover.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1071269 : SSL C3D enhancements introduced in BIG-IP version 16.1.3 will not be available in 17.0.0.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1071269

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The SSL C3D enhancements and features were introduced in BIG-IP version 16.1.3. If the feature is enabled in 16.1.3 and you upgrade to version 17.0.0, all of the following SSL C3D features will not be available, and the upgrade will fail:
- SSL C3D ability to convert RDN values to PrintableString or UTF-8 encoding.
- SSL C3D ability to modify CN in forged client certificate subject.
- SSL C3D ability to add custom SAN extension to the forged client certificate.
- SSL C3D ability to add AKI extension to the forged client certificate.

Conditions:
In the following conditions:
1. The BIG-IP config in 16.1.3 uses any of the two new iRules namely 'SSL::c3d subject' and 'X509::subject <cert> commonName'.
2. Upgrading to BIG-IP version 17.0.0

Impact:
Upgrade fails. You are unable to use any SSL C3D enhancements and features.

Workaround:
Workaround 1: Remove any config that had the SSL C3D feature enabled and caused the upgrade failure.

Workaround 2: If you require C3D features, upgrade to a release that supports them.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1071233-1 : GTM Pool Members may not be updated accurately when multiple identical database monitors are configured

Links to More Info: BT1071233

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
When two or more GTM database monitors (MSSQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle) with identical 'send' and 'recv' strings are configured and applied to different GTM pools (with at least one pool member in each), the monitor status of some GTM pool members may not be updated accurately.

Other parameters of the affected monitors that differ (such as 'recv row' or 'recv column' indicating where the specified 'recv' string should be found in the result set) may cause GTM pool members using one of the affected monitors to connect to the same database to be marked UP, while GTM pool members using another affected monitor may be marked DOWN.

As a result of this issue, GTM pool members that should be marked UP or DOWN by the configured GTM monitor may instead be marked according to another affected monitor's configuration, resulting in the affected GTM pool members being intermittently marked with an incorrect state.

After the next monitor ping interval, affected GTM pool members members may be marked with the correct state.

Conditions:
This may occur when multiple GTM database monitors (MSSQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle) are configured with identical 'send' and 'recv' parameters, and applied to different pools/members which share the same IP address and Port values.

For example:
gtm monitor mysql mysql_monitor1 {
...
    recv none
    send "select version();"
...
}
gtm monitor mysql mysql_monitor2 {
...
    recv none
    send "select version();"
...
}

Impact:
Monitored GTM pool members using a database monitor (MSSQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle) randomly go offline/online.

Workaround:
To avoid this issue, configure each GTM database monitor with values that make the combined parameters unique by changing either the 'send' or the 'recv' parameters, or both.

For example:
gtm monitor mysql mysql_monitor1 {
...
    recv none
    send "select version();"
...
}
gtm monitor mysql mysql_monitor2 {
...
    recv 5.7
    send "select version();"
...
}

Fix:
The system updates GTM pool members correctly when multiple identical database monitors are configured.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1071181-2 : Improving Signature Detection Accuracy

Links to More Info: BT1071181

Component: Anomaly Detection Services

Symptoms:
BADOS generates signatures have up to 20% false positive if the signature covers 100% of bad traffic.

Conditions:
The attack signature generated covers all bad traffic.

Impact:
BADOS generates false positives

Workaround:
None

Fix:
This feature has been removed.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1070833-2 : False positives on FileUpload parameters due to default signature scanning

Links to More Info: BT1070833

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
False positives on FileUpload parameters due to signature scanning by default

Conditions:
A request containing binary content is sent in "FileUpload" type parameters

Impact:
False positives and ineffective resource utilization

Workaround:
Disable signature scanning on "FileUpload" parameters manually using GUI/REST.

Fix:
Default signature scanning is disabled for FileUpload parameters created using OpenAPI to reduce false positives on binary content.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1070789 : SSL fwd proxy invalidating certificate even through bundle has valid CA

Links to More Info: BT1070789

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP system rejects SSL forward proxy connections due to expired CA certificates present in ca-bundle even though other, valid CA certificates exist.

Conditions:
-- Forward proxy is enabled in client and server SSL profiles.
-- A valid CA certificate is followed by an expired CA certificate in ca-bundle.

Impact:
SSL handshakes will fail.

Workaround:
Remove all invalid trusted (i.e., expired) certificates from the certificate chain and replace them with a valid trusted certificate.

Fix:
Fixed the certificate verification issue that was leading to SSL handshake failure.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1070677-1 : Learning phase does not take traffic into account - dropping all.

Links to More Info: BT1070677

Component: Protocol Inspection

Symptoms:
Suggestions are generated every suggestion interval and every suggestion interval suggestions are overriding, so the last suggestion is considered after the staging period is completed.

Conditions:
Once the start of staging period, suggestions will override every time until the staging period completes.

Impact:
IPS learning phase, which lasts the default 7 days, sees a ton of traffic from websites hitting against signatures, but at the end of the 7 days it blocks all signatures and causes an outage.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
We now make the decision based on the overall suggestions that are generated during the staging period instead of the last suggestion.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1070273-1 : OWASP Dashboard does not calculate Disallow DTDs in XML content profile protection properly.

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
On OWASP dashboard, both 2021 and 2017, the Disallow DTDs in XML content profile protection is not calculated correctly on the xml-profile allowDTD field.

Conditions:
Open the OWASP page for any non-parent/child security policy, (Security ›› Overview : OWASP Compliance). For OWASP 2017, DTDs is located under A4 category, and for 2021 under A5 category.

Impact:
Actual OWASP compliance for this protection can be different from the one shown by the GUI.

Workaround:
The actual conditions that satisfy the Disallow DTDs in XML content profile protection are:

1. 'XML data does not comply with format settings' violation should be set to alarm+block.

2. 'Malformed XML data' violation should be set to alarm + block.


3. No XML content profile in the policy is set so that allowDTDs to true.

Fix:
Scoring calculation was changed: Now score will be given only if no XML content profile in the policy has allowDTDs field set as true.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1070009 : iprepd, icr_eventd and tmipsecd restarts continuously after installing FIPS 140-3 license in BIG-IP cloud platform

Links to More Info: BT1070009

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
32 bit applications (iprepd, icr_eventd and tmipsecd) uses clock_gettime to gather the time which causes the restart of applications. This issue occurs only in Azure and Google Cloud platform when FIPS 140 license is installed.

Conditions:
- Occurs only in Azure and Google Cloud platform
-32 bit applications (iprepd, icr_eventd and tmipsecd) which uses clock_gettime to gather the time for generating entropy data
- A FIPS 140 license is installed

Impact:
Applications restart continuously.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
32-bit applications does not restart continuously while using clock_gettime to generate entropy data when FIPS 140 license is installed.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1069629-4 : TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic.

Conditions:
- SSL profile enabled
- Client certificate auth enabled

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes TLS traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1069501-1 : ASM may not match certain signatures

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain condition, ASM may not match signatures as expected.

Conditions:
- base64 violations not configured for blocking

Impact:
Signatures not matched as expected.

Workaround:
Illegal base64 value violation should be set to blocking.
This way if Base64 decoding fails the requests gets blocked.

Fix:
ASM now processes signature as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1069449-1 : ASM attack signatures may not match cookies as expected

Links to More Info: K39002226, BT1069449

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions ASM attack signatures may not match cookies as expected.

Conditions:
- Specially crafted cookies

Impact:
Attack signatures are not detected as expected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
ASM attack signatures now match cookies as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1069133-4 : ASMConfig memory leak.

Links to More Info: BT1069133

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A slow leak exists for long-lived asm_config_handler processes that handle configuration updates.

Conditions:
Configuration updates are being regularly made.

Impact:
Processes slowly grow in size until they reach a limit and restart themselves.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
The slow leak has been fixed.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1068561-1 : Can't create key on the second netHSM partition.

Links to More Info: BT1068561

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
While trying to create a key pair in a second partition, the key creation fails.

Conditions:
-- Multiple partitions are used
-- Attempt to create a key with the second partition

Impact:
Unable to use multiple netHSM partitions.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Corrected session handle able to create keys in second partition.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1068445-1 : TCP duplicate acks are observed in speed tests for larger requests

Links to More Info: BT1068445

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
- A lot of TCP duplicate acks are observed in speed tests for larger requests

Conditions:
Below conditions are met
- Large request
- fastL4 profile with PVA acceleration set
- Below sys db variables are enabled
tm.tcpsegmentationoffload
tm.tcplargereceiveoffload
- Softpva is used

Impact:
- Reduced throughput because of duplicate ACKs and retransmissions

Workaround:
Either one of the conditions
- fastL4 profile with PVA acceleration set to NONE
- Disable below sys db variables
tm.tcpsegmentationoffload
tm.tcplargereceiveoffload

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1068353-1 : Unexpected event sequence may cause HTTP/2 flow stall during shutdown

Links to More Info: BT1068353

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
HTTP/2 flows may stall during shutdown, eventually being freed by expiration or reset from the TCP peer.

Conditions:
HTTP/2 configured

Impact:
Flows may be retained longer than expected and continue to consume system resources until expired or reset by the TCP peer.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Shutdown events are now handled correctly for HTTP/2 flows.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1068237-1 : Some attack signatures added to policies are not used.

Links to More Info: BT1068237

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Some attack signatures added to an existing signature set may not be utilized by Policies associated with the signature set, despite the attack signatures being reported as now present in the Policies.

Conditions:
1. Have one or more policies utilizing a manual attack signature set.

2. Update the attack signature database by installing an ASU or creating a custom attack signature.

3. Update the previously created manual attack signature set with one or more attack signatures which were not updated by the ASU (if ASU installed) or are not the newly created custom attack signature (if new custom signature created).

Impact:
The additional attack signatures added to the attack signature set will show up in the Policies utilizing the signature set however the Policies will not actually use those additional attack signatures.

Workaround:
There are two workarounds:

1. When adding additional attack signatures to a Policy, place them in a new attack signature set rather than re-using an existing signature set.

2. If adding signatures to an existing set, afterwards create a new custom attack signature, add it to a new manual attack signature set, add the set to any active policy and then remove the set from the policy (the set and signature can then be deleted if desired).

Both workarounds will result in all attack signatures listed as present in all Policies being fully and properly utilized by the Policies.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1067617-4 : BGP default route not advertised after mid-session OPEN.

Links to More Info: BT1067617

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
After BGP peer opens a new session with BIG-IP in the middle of the existing session and the session is dropped, BIG-IP does not send default route NLRI to the peer when the new session is established.

Conditions:
Mid-session OPEN (Event 16 or Event 17 per RFC spec).

Impact:
Default route is missing on a BGP peer.

Workaround:
Clear the BGP session manually.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1067505-4 : TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic with HTTP::respond

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions TMM may crash while processing TLS traffic using an HTTP::respond iRule

Conditions:
- ClientSSL profile in use
- TLS1.3 in use
- HTTP::respond iRule in use

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes TLS traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1067285-1 : Re-branding - Change 'F5 Networks, Inc.' to 'F5, Inc.'

Links to More Info: BT1067285

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
F5 Networks, Inc.
F5 Networks Inc.
F5 Networks appear as F5, Inc.

Conditions:
NA

Impact:
F5 Networks, Inc
F5 Networks
F5 Networks Inc will appear as F5, Inc to the end user, be it online help, or any ASM related screens.

Workaround:
NA

Fix:
F5 Networks, Inc
F5 Networks
F5 Networks Inc will appear as F5, Inc to the end user, be it online help, or any ASM related screens.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1067105-2 : Racoon logging shows incorrect SA length.

Links to More Info: BT1067105

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Debug2 logs incorrect "total SA" length in racoon.log.

Conditions:
-- IKEv1 tunnels in use
-- ikedaemon in debug2 mode

Impact:
Troubleshooting is confused by misleading information about the SA payload length.

Workaround:
None. This is a cosmetic / logging issue.

Fix:
Clarified the log message to indicate what the logged length actually covers.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1066829-1 : Memory leak for xml/json auto-detected parameter with signature patterns.

Links to More Info: BT1066829

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A memory leak is observed in ASM when specific traffic arrives.

Conditions:
A request contains a JSON parameter value with the signature pattern.

Impact:
Memory leak in the system.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
No memory leak observed after the fix.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1066729-1 : TMM may crash while processing DNS traffic

Links to More Info: K85054496, BT1066729


1066673-1 : BIG-IP Configuration Utility(TMUI) does not follow best practices for managing active sessions

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
In specific situations the BIG-IP Configuration Utility(TMUI) does not follow best practices for managing active sessions

Conditions:
BIG-IP Configuration Utility and iControl REST are in use

Impact:
The BIG-IP Configuration Utility(TMUI) does not follow best practices for managing active sessions

Fix:
The BIG-IP Configuration Utility now follows best practices for managing active sessions.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1066377-1 : OpenAPI - Content profile is not consistent with wildcard configuration

Links to More Info: BT1066377

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A content profile is created with an inconsistent order for wildcard content types.

Conditions:
-- Create OpenAPI policy
-- Configure any endpoint with multiple wildcard content types

Impact:
HTTP request body is not enforced properly

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fix provided to create content profile with proper order for wild card content type

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1066285-4 : Master Key decrypt failure - decrypt failure.

Links to More Info: BT1066285

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
After MCPD restarts or the system reboots:
-- the system is inoperative and MCPD may be restarting
-- the logs report this error:

err mcpd[12444]: 01071769:3: Decryption of the field (value) for object (config.auditing.forward.sharedsecret) failed while loading configuration that is encrypted with a different master key.

-- the system may be reporting this error:

load_config_files[5635]: "/usr/bin/tmsh -n -g -a load sys config partitions all " - failed. -- Error: failed to reset strict operations; disconnecting from mcpd. Will reconnect on next command.

This may occur during a system upgrade.

Conditions:
When config.auditing.forward.sharedsecret is encrypted and masterkey value is changed.

Impact:
MCPD will continuously restart, and the system will remain inoperative.

Workaround:
If a system is affected by this issue, set the DB key back to its default value. Once the configuration is loaded, set the DB key back to the correct value:

   - tmsh modify /sys db config.auditing.forward.sharedsecret value '<null>'


After changing the SecureValue master key but before encountering the issue, run the following command to update the value of the DB key on-disk:

    setdb config.auditing.forward.sharedsecret "$(getdb config.auditing.forward.sharedsecret)"

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1065789-1 : TMM may send duplicated alerts while processing SSL connections

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may send duplicated SSL alerts while processing encrypted connections.

Conditions:
- Fatal SSL error

Impact:
Increased resource usage, potentially leading to degraded performance.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
SSL alerts are now processed as expected.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1065585-1 : System does not halt on on FIPS/entropy error threshold for BIG-IP Virtual Edition

Links to More Info: BT1065585

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition keeps running even after multiple FIPS/entropy errors occur.

Conditions:
Multiple FIPS/entropy errors on BIG-IP Virtual Edition system.

Impact:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition keeps running even after multiple FIPS/entropy errors occur

Workaround:
None

Fix:
System should halt after the threshold number of FIPS/entropy errors occue

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1064669-1 : Using HTTP::enable iRule command in RULE_INIT event might cause TMM to crash.

Links to More Info: BT1064669

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes if an iRule is configured that has HTTP::enable in the RULE_INIT event.

Conditions:
iRule that uses HTTP:enable command in RULE_INIT event, for example:

ltm rule example_rule {
    when RULE_INIT {
        # Don't do this!
        HTTP::enable
    }
}

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while TMM restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use the HTTP::enable iRule command in the RULE_INIT event.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1064617-1 : DBDaemon process may write to monitor log file indefinitely

Links to More Info: BT1064617

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If debug logging is enabled for a database monitor (mssql, mysql, postgresql or oracle), the DBDaemon process may write to a monitor log file indefinitely, including after the monitor log file is rotated and/or deleted.

Conditions:
This problem may occur when:
- using a database monitor (mssql, mysql, postgresql or oracle) which is configured with the "debug" value set to "yes"
- using a database monitor (mssql, mysql, postgresql or oracle) for a pool member which is configured with the "logging" set to "enabled"

Impact:
The DBDaemon process may write debug logging messages to the affected monitor log file indefinitely, including after the monitor log file has been rotated and/or deleted.
As a result, storage in the /var/log volume may be consumed to the point that other logging cannot be performed, and the BIG-IP instance may be restarted/rebooted.

Workaround:
To work around this issue, restart the DBDaemon process.

To find the PID of the DBDaemon process, observe the output of the following command:
ps -ef |grep -v grep | grep DB_monitor.jar | awk '{print($2)}'

To confirm whether the DBDaemon process is writing to a monitor log file, and if so, which file:
lsof -p $(ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep DB_monitor.jar | awk '{print($2)}') | grep -e COMMAND -e '/var/log/monitors'

To kill the DBDaemon process:
kill $(ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep DB_monitor.jar | awk '{print($2)}')

NOTE:
Killing the DBDaemon process will cause a short-term loss of database monitoring functionality, until DBDaemon is restarted by the next database monitor probe.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1064461-4 : PIM-SM will not complete RP registration over tunnel interface when floating IP address is used.

Links to More Info: BT1064461

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
PIM-SM will not complete rendezvous point (RP) registration over the tunnel interface when a floating IP address is used (ip pim use-floating-address). Join/prune from RP gets dropped on BIG-IP when doing local-address validation.

BIG-IP never completes registration successfully.

Conditions:
RP registration over tunnel interface when floating IP address is used.

Impact:
BIG-IP never completes registration and outgoing packets are register-encapsulated.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1064357-1 : execute_post_install: EPSEC: Installation of EPSEC package failed

Links to More Info: BT1064357

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
APM EPSEC installation fails and an error message is logged in /var/log/ltm: "execute_post_install: EPSEC: Installation of EPSEC package failed"

Conditions:
APM EPSEC package installation

Impact:
Installation fails with an error message

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1064217-1 : Port bit not set correctly in the ipv6 destination address with 1:8 mapping for CGNAT MAP-T.

Links to More Info: BT1064217

Component: Carrier-Grade NAT

Symptoms:
Port bits are not set as expected in the ipv6 destination address with 1:8 mapping for CGNAT MAP-T.

Conditions:
This occurs in a MAP-T configuration.

Impact:
MAP-T port translation does not work as expected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Fixed an issue with the port bit not being set correctly.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1064189-1 : DoH proxy and server listeners from GUI with client-ssl profile and server-ssl profile set to None produces undefined warning

Links to More Info: BT1064189

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Dns Over HTTPS (DOH) is allowed to work without a clientssl profile on clientside. Setting it to none disables the DNS resolution via the HTTPS protocol.

Conditions:
- Selecting "None" in Client SSL Profile and Server SSL Profile in DOH Server Listener and DOH Proxy Listener from GUI

Impact:
An error occurs:
GUI: 01020036:3: The requested profile (/Common/NO_SELECTION) was not found.
TMSH: 01070734:3: Configuration error: In Virtual Server (/Common/mydohproxylistener) http2 specified activation mode requires a client ssl profile

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1064157-1 : Http_proxy_opaque_get should constrain search to local/spawn flows, not looped flows

Links to More Info: BT1064157

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In a VIP-on-VIP (looped) situation, HTTP on one virtual server uses/reuses an existing 'http_proxy_opaque' whilst still in use by another virtual server that causes unexpected state changes in the opaque which may cause tmm to core.

Conditions:
-- Explicit Forward Proxy SSL Orchestrator, in other words an L3 Explicit Proxy which is usually deployed in a VIP on VIP configuration
-- Hostname resolution using explicit 'RESOLV::lookup' iRule in HTTP_PROXY_REQUEST on the explicit/client-facing VIP

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1063977-3 : Tmsh load sys config merge fails with "basic_string::substr" for non-existing key.

Links to More Info: BT1063977

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
"tmsh load sys config merge" fails with the following error.

Loading configuration...
  /var/tmp/repro.txt
01070711:3: basic_string::substr
Unexpected Error: Loading configuration process failed.

Conditions:
The key referenced in the configuration of the SSL profile does not exist in the BIG-IP.

Impact:
"tmsh load sys config merge" fails which is expected, but the error is not meaningful.

Workaround:
Identify the missing SSL key used in the configuration and correct it.

Fix:
You should now be able to see the error message "The requested certificate (<Cert Name>) was not found." or "The requested certificate (<Key Name>) was not found." if a non-existing key is used in the configuration.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1063641-4 : NTLM library hardening

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions the NTLM library does not follow current best practices

Conditions:
Websso NTLM use cases.

Impact:
The NTLM library does not follow best practices.

Fix:
The NTLM library now follows best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1063637-4 : NTLM library hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions the NTLM library does not follow current best practices

Conditions:
NTLM http/https monitors use cases.

Impact:
The NTLM library does not follow best practices.

Fix:
The NTLM library now follows best practices.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1063453-1 : FastL4 virtual servers translating between IPv4 and IPv6 may crash on fragmented packets.

Links to More Info: BT1063453

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes while passing IPv4-to-IPv6 traffic over FastL4.

Conditions:
-- A FastL4 virtual server translates between IPv4 and IPv6.
-- Fragment reassembly is not enabled in the FastL4 profile.
-- A feature requiring asynchronous completion is configured including: asynchronous irules on LB events (LB_SELECTED, LB_FAILED, LB_PERSIST_DOWN, LB_QUEUED, SA_PICKED), persistence, sessiondb operations, HA, virtual rate limiting.

Impact:
All traffic is disrupted while the TMM restarts.

Workaround:
Configure the FastL4 profile to always reassemble fragments.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1063389-6 : open-vm-tools vulnerability: CVE-2015-5191

Links to More Info: K84583382, BT1063389


1063345-5 : Urldbmgrd may crash while downloading the database.

Links to More Info: BT1063345

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Urldbmgrd may crash while downloading the database.

Conditions:
SWG or URLDB is provisioned.

Impact:
User traffic will be impacted when urldbmgrd is down.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1062513-4 : GUI returns 'no access' error message when modifying a GTM pool property.

Links to More Info: BT1062513

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
When you modify a GTM pool property and then click "Update," the next page displays the error message "No access."

When you modify GTM pool properties using the GUI, the properties do not update or display.

Conditions:
This occurs when you modify a GTM pool property using the GUI.

Impact:
You cannot change a GTM pool property using the GUI.

Workaround:
Use TMSH to change the GTM pool property.
OR
Click on "Update" a second time in the GUI.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1062493-1 : BD crash close to it's startup

Links to More Info: BT1062493

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
BD crashes shortly after startup.

Conditions:
FTP or SMTP are in use. Other causes are unknown.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while bd restarts.

Workaround:
No workaround except removal of the FTP/SMTP protection.

Fix:
Crashes close to startup coming from SMTP or FTP were fixed.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1062333-6 : Linux kernel vulnerability: CVE-2019-19523

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A flaw was found in the Linux kernel’s implementation for ADU devices from Ontrak Control Systems, where an attacker with administrative privileges and access to a local account could pre-groom the memory and physically disconnect or unload a module.

Conditions:
The attacker must be able to access either of these two events to trigger the use-after-free, and then race the access to the use-after-free, to create a situation where key USB structs can be manipulated into corrupting memory.

Impact:
An attacker could pre-groom the memory and physically disconnect or unload a module.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Kernel patched to mitigate CVE-2019-19523

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1061797-1 : Upgraded AWS CloudFormation Helper Scripts which now support IMDSv2

Links to More Info: BT1061797

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
For AWS's CloudFormation to work with IMDSv2, the Helper Script module had to be upgraded.

Conditions:
Using AWS CloudFormation for IMDSv2-only instances

Impact:
The Helper scripts throw a "No Handler found" error when used to launch IMDSv2 instances

Fix:
With the latest version of BIG-IP VE, you can now launch IMDSv2 instances using AWS's CloudFormation templates.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1061617-4 : Some of the URL Attack signatures are not detected in the URL if "Handle Path Parameters" is configured "As Parameters".

Links to More Info: BT1061617

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The following Attack Signatures are not identified if "Handle Path Parameters" = "As Parameters".
200001660, 200001663, 200007032, 200101543, 200101632, 200101635, 200101638, 200101641, 200101644

Conditions:
- Configure "Handle Path Parameters" = "As Parameters"
 - Enable URL attack signatures 200001660, 200001663, 200007032, 200101543, 200101632, 200101635, 200101638, 200101641, 200101644

Impact:
Some URL attack signatures are not detected by ASM.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1061481-1 : Denied strings were found in the /var/log/ folder after an update or reboot

Links to More Info: BT1061481

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Denied strings error message were found in /var/log/dmesg and /var/log/messages files after update or reboot.

For example, the string "denied" was found:[ 5.704716] type=1401 audit(1636790175.688:4): op=security_bounded_transition seresult=denied oldcontext=system_u:system_r:init_t:s0 newcontext=system_u:system_r:f5_jitter_entropy_t:s0

Conditions:
After update or reboot, check the following log files:
/var/log/dmesg and /var/log/messages.

Impact:
Error strings are observed in /var/log/dmesg and /var/log/messages.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
No error strings are observed.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1060989 : Improper handling of HTTP::collect

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When a complete body has been received and a new HTTP::collect is attempted, an error occurs:

TCL error: /Common/rule_vs_server_15584 <HTTP_RESPONSE_DATA> - ERR_ARG (line 1) invoked from within "HTTP::collect 256000"

Conditions:
- HTTP Virtual server
- incremental HTTP::collect irule

Impact:
iRule failure

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1060933-1 : Issue with input normalization.

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, attack signature violations may not be triggered.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned with XML content profile
- Request contains XML body

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1060625-1 : Wrong INTERNAL_IP6_DNS length.

Links to More Info: BT1060625

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Tunnel establishment fails when an IPv6 DNS IP address is provided in the IKE_AUTH payload. As per RFC it should be 16 octets, but BIG-IP sends 17 octets(that is, it tries to provide the subnet info also).

Conditions:
Initiator requests an IPv6 DNS IP during tunnel negotiation.

Impact:
Tunnel will not establish.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The INTERNAL_IP6_DNS payload is now filled with only the IPv6 address (the subnet is excluded).

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1060409-2 : Behavioral DoS enable checkbox is wrong.

Links to More Info: BT1060409

Component: Anomaly Detection Services

Symptoms:
Behavioral DoS Enabled indicator is wrongly reported after configuration change, when no traffic is injected to the virtual server.

Conditions:
Behavioral DoS is enabled and then disabled when no traffic is injected to the virtual server.

Impact:
After server health is stabilized and constant, the BIG-IP system doesn't report the configuration changes.

Workaround:
Send 1-2 requests to the server and the configuration will be updated.

Fix:
Behavioral DoS enabled/disabled flag is now reported correctly.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1060149-2 : BIG-IP vCMP guest data-plane failure with turboflex-adc selected on the host.

Links to More Info: BT1060149

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
-- Interfaces in the vCMP guest may remain uninitialized.
-- 'Invalid VCMP PDE state version' log in /var/log/tmm*.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP i5xxx/i7xxx/i10xxx/i11xxx platform.
-- vCMP provisioned.
-- turboflex-adc profile selected.

Impact:
Affected guest is non-functional.

Workaround:
Use the turboflex-base profile.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1059853 : Long loading configuration time after upgrade from 15.1.3.1 to 16.1.2.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1059853

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Tmsh load sys config/tmsh load sys config verify takes much longer (~10x).

Conditions:
While loading config tmsh load sys config verify.

Impact:
Configuration loading takes a long time (more than 8 minutes).

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1059621-2 : IP Exceptions feature and SSRF feature do not work as expected if both the entries are configured with the same IP/IPs.

Links to More Info: BT1059621

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
IP Exceptions/SSRF does not work as expected if the same IPs are configured in both IP Exception and SSRF.

Conditions:
- Enable XFF Header.
- Configure same IP/IPs in both SSRF and IP Exceptions.
- Send traffic with xff header and URI parameter.

Impact:
One of the IP Exceptions or SSRF features do not work as expected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1059185-1 : iControl REST Hardening

Links to More Info: K81952114, BT1059185


1059165-1 : Multiple virtual server pages fail to load.

Links to More Info: BT1059165

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Virtual server-related pages fail to load in the GUI.

Conditions:
This issue is observed only when the DOS module is provisioned.

Impact:
Virtual server properties do not load.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Virtual Server pages now load successfully.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1059053-2 : Tmm crash when passing traffic over some configurations with L2 virtual wire

Links to More Info: BT1059053

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In very rare cases, tmm crashes while passing traffic over some configurations with L2 virtual wire.

Conditions:
-- L2 wire setup
-- A routing error occurs

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Modified code to prevent such crashes.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1058677-2 : Not all SCTP connections are mirrored on the standby device when auto-init is enabled.

Links to More Info: BT1058677

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When auto-init is enabled, Not all SCTP connections are mirrored to the standby device.

Conditions:
-- SCTP Profile and Mirroring.
-- Auto initialization is enabled.

Impact:
Only half of the connections are mirrored to the standby device.

Workaround:
Disable auto initialization:

tmsh modify ltm message-routing diameter peer <affected_peer> { auto-initialization disabled }

Fix:
SCTP connections are mirrored successfully to standby device.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1058469-1 : Disabling strict-updates for an iApp service which includes a non-default NTLM profile will cause virtual servers using that profile to stop working.

Links to More Info: BT1058469

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A virtual server which is part of an iApp service and which was previously working correctly now rejects all traffic.

Upon inspecting the log, entries similar to the following examples may be noticed:

==> /var/log/tmm <==
<13> Oct 28 23:41:36 bigip1 notice hudfilter_init: clientside matches TCP position. 0 0

==> /var/log/ltm <==
Oct 28 23:41:36 bigip1 err tmm[21251]: 01010008:3: Proxy initialization failed for /Common/my.app/my-vs. Defaulting to DENY.
Oct 28 23:41:36 bigip1 err tmm[21251]: 01010008:3: Listener config update failed for /Common/my.app/my-vs: ERR:ERR_UNKNOWN

Conditions:
This issue is known to occur when strict-updates is disabled for an iApp service which includes a non-default NTLM profile.

Impact:
Traffic outage as the affected virtual server(s) no longer passes any traffic.

Workaround:
To recover an affected system, either restart TMM (bigstart restart tmm) or delete and redeploy the iApp service.

To prevent this issue from occurring again, modify the iApp configuration to use the default NTLM profile rather than a custom one (if the iApp template involved allows this).

Fix:
Disabling strict-updates for an iApp service, which includes a non-default NTLM profile, no longer causes virtual servers associated with the profile to suddenly stop working.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1058401-1 : SSL Bypass does not work for inbound traffic

Links to More Info: BT1058401

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Per-request policy's SSL Bypass Set agent does not bypass TLS traffic for inbound topology.

Conditions:
-- SSL Orchestrator is licensed and provisioned.
-- Per-request policy is attached to interception rules and SSL Bypass Set agent is used in the policy.

Impact:
BIG-IP/SSL Orchestrator does not bypass the TLS traffic for inbound topology.

Fix:
SSL Bypass Set agent in the per-request policy now bypasses TLS traffic for inbound topology.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1058297-2 : Policy history values for 'max Size Of Saved Versions' and for 'min Retained Files In Dir' is reset during upgrade&start;

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The values for "minRetainedFilesInDir" and "maxSizeOfSavedVersions" in /etc/ts/tools/policy_history.cfg
 are set back to default after an upgrade.

Conditions:
-- Non-default values for "minRetainedFilesInDir" and for "maxSizeOfSavedVersions"
-- An upgrade occurs

Impact:
After upgrade, the values in the configuration file are set back to default.

Workaround:
Update the values after the upgrade is complete.

Fix:
The usage of the configuration file /etc/ts/tools/policy_history.cfg is deprecated.

New internal config items have been added:
"policy_history_min_retained_versions" and "policy_history_max_total_size"

The internal variables are preserved during the upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1057809-6 : Saved dashboard hardening

Links to More Info: K41877405, BT1057809


1057801-6 : TMUI does not follow current best practices

Links to More Info: K70300233, BT1057801


1056993-2 : 404 error is raised on GUI when clicking "App IQ."

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When the App IQ menu option is clicked in the GUI workflow, (GUI: System ›› Configuration >> App IQ) the result is "Not Found. The requested URL was not found on this server."

Conditions:
Clicking the App IQ menu option in the GUI workflow, GUI: System ›› Configuration >> App IQ.

Impact:
Not able to access App IQ page.

Workaround:
Navigate directly to the following page on your BIG-IP (replacing <BIG-IP> with the IP/hostname of the system):

https://<BIG-IP>/tmui/tmui/system/appiq_ng/views/settings.html

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1056957-1 : An attack signature can be bypassed under some scenarios.

Links to More Info: BT1056957

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
An attack signature is not detected.

Conditions:
A specific condition.

Impact:
False negative - attack is not detected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1056933-3 : TMM may crash while processing SIP traffic

Links to More Info: K51539421, BT1056933


1056741-2 : ECDSA certificates signed by RSA CA are not selected based by SNI.

Links to More Info: BT1056741

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Attempts to select a client-ssl profile based on the certificate subject/SAN will not work for ECDSA certificates if ECDSA cert is signed by RSA CA. Even when the SNI in the client hello matches the certificate subject/SAN, BIG-IP selects the default client SSL profile.

Conditions:
-- ECDSA certificate signed by RSA CA.
-- Client SSL profile does not have "server name" option configured.

Impact:
The desired client-ssl profile is not selected for ECDSA hybrid certificates when the SNI matches the certificate subject/SAN.

Workaround:
Do not use hybrid certificates or configure the "server name" option in the client-ssl profile matching SNI.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1056401-4 : Valid clients connecting under active syncookie mode might experience latency.

Links to More Info: BT1056401

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Valid clients that connect using active syncookie mode might experience latency.

Conditions:
- SYN Cookie (Hardware or Software) is enabled.
- SYN Cookies are activated (TCP Half Open) for the virtual server.
- FastL4 tcp-generate-isn option or SYN-ACK vector 'suspicious event count' options are enabled.
- SYN Cookie issue and validation with client is correct.
- SSL Client Hello packet sent by client reaches DHD right after TCP SYN packet is sent to backend server.

Impact:
Random connections might be disrupted.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1056365-1 : Bot Defense injection does not follow best SOP practice.

Links to More Info: BT1056365

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
In specific cases, Bot Defense challenge does not follow Same Origin Policy.

Conditions:
Bot Defense Profile is attached to VS.

Impact:
In some cases, Bot Defense Injection does not follow Same Origin Policy.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1055925-1 : TMM may crash while processing traffic on AWS

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may crash while processing traffic with the DPDK/ENA driver on AWS systems.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) on AWS configured with the XNet DPDK/ENA driver.

Impact:
TMM restart, leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
Configure BIG-IP VE to use the sock driver instead of the default XNet driver.

Modify (or create, if not present) the file /config/tmm_init.tcl on the affected BIG-IP systems, and add the following lines to it:

device driver vendor_dev 1d0f:ec20 sock
ndal force_sw_tcs off 1d0f:ec20

Then restart TMM:

bigstart restart tmm

Note: Restarting TMM causes a failover (or an outage if there is no high availability (HA) peer available).

Fix:
TMM now processes traffic as expected when using the XNet DPDK/ENA driver on AWS.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1055737-1 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing HTTP/2 traffic

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions TMM may consume excessive resources while processing HTTP/2 traffic

Conditions:
- HTTP/2 profile enabled
- Undisclosed conditions

Impact:
Excessive resource consumption potentially leading to decreased performance or a failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes HTTP/2 traffic as expected

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1055361-1 : Suspending iRule command in L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA can lead to a tmm crash.

Links to More Info: BT1055361

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Suspending iRule command in L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA can lead to a TMM crash.

Conditions:
Suspending iRule command in L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA

Example:

ltm rule /Common/rule-a {
when L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA {
        after 10000
        }
}

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use Suspending iRule command in L7CHECK_CLIENT_DATA.

Fix:
Fixed a TMM crash.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


1055097-1 : TCP proxy with ramcache and OneConnect can result in out-of-order events, which stalls the flow.

Links to More Info: BT1055097

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Because the client resends the request, the connection is not lost, but is stalled for a considerable time.

Conditions:
-- virtual server running affected version has both webacceleration and OneConnect profiles.
-- The response has 'Cache-Control: no-cache' header.

Impact:
The stalled connection causes slow response times for application users.

Workaround:
Remove the configuration for either the OneConnect or Caching profile.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1053309-1 : Localdbmgr leaks memory while syncing data to sessiondb and mysql.

Links to More Info: BT1053309

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Top output shows that localdbmgr memory increases steadily.

Conditions:
Localdb auth is enabled or localdb is used for storing APM-related information like for MDM intune.

Impact:
Localdbmgr is killed by oom killer and is restarted, thereby affecting the execution of access policies.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1053149-1 : A FastL4 TCP connection which is yet to fully establish fails to update its internal SEQ space when a new SYN is received.

Links to More Info: BT1053149

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Depending on the software version running on the BIG-IP system, this issue can manifest in one of two ways:

- Versions with the fix for ID1008077 will fail to forward the client's final ACK (from the TCP 3-way handshake) to the server. Eventually, once the TCP handshake timeout expires, the BIG-IP system will reset both sides of the connection.

- Versions without the fix for ID1008077 will forward the traffic correctly, but will not advance the internal FastL4 state for the connection. Given enough traffic for the same 4-tuple, the connection may never expire. Traffic for subsequent connections will appear to be forwarded correctly, but no load-balancing will occur due to the original connection not having expired yet.

Conditions:
A FastL4 TCP connection not completing the TCP handshake correctly, and the client retrying with a new (different SEQ number) SYN.

Impact:
Traffic failures (intended as either connections failing to establish, or improper load-balancing occurring).

Fix:
A FastL4 TCP connection which is yet to fully establish now correctly updates its internal SEQ space when a new SYN is received. This means the connection advances as it should through internal FastL4 states, and is removed from the connection table when the connection closes.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1052929-4 : MCPD logs "An internal login failure is being experienced on the FIPS card" when FIPS HSM is uninitialized.

Links to More Info: BT1052929

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When MCPD starts, it may log an error message reporting an issue communicating with the onboard FIPS HSM. If the HSM is uninitialized, this message is erroneous, and an be ignored.

Depending on the hardware platform, the message may be one of the following:

err mcpd[12345]: 01b50049:3: FIPSUserMgr Error: An internal login failure is being experienced on the FIPS card. Please issue 'FIPSutil loginreset -r' followed by 'bigstart restart' for a password reset. You will need your FIPS Security Officer password to reset the password..
err mcpd[12345]: 01b50049:3: FIPSUserMgr Error: An internal login failure is being experienced on the FIPS card. The FIPS card must be reinitialized, which will erase its contents..

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP system with an onboard FIPS HSM, or a vCMP guest running on a BIG-IP system with an onboard FIPS HSM
-- the FIPS HSM is not initialized, i.e. "fipsutil info" reports "FIPS state: -1".

Impact:
This message can be ignored when the FIPS HSM is not in-use, and is uninitialized.

Workaround:
Initialize the FIPS HSM following the instructions in the F5 Platforms : FIPS Administration manual.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1052893-4 : Configuration option to delay reboot if dataplane becomes inoperable

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When certain system failures occur and the dataplane cannot continue to handle network traffic, the BIG-IP system will automatically reboot. This behavior may restore traffic management, but it may prevent diagnosis of the failure.

Conditions:
Low-level system failure, possibly in HSB SRAM or other hardware

Impact:
Diagnosis of the dataplane failure is hindered.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
A new "sys db" variable "tmm.hsb.dataplanerebootaction" is added. The default value is "enable", which retains the previous behavior of rebooting, if a failure occurs making the dataplane inoperable. The value may optionally be set to "disable", which avoids an immediate system reboot by making the HA action be "go-offline-downlinks".

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1052173-1 : For wildcard SSRF hosts "Matched Disallowed Address" field is wrong in the SSRF violation.

Links to More Info: BT1052173

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
"Matched Disallowed Address" and "Actual Disallowed Address" both are shown as same "Actual Disallowed Address" only.

Conditions:
- configure wildcard SSRF host

Impact:
Misleading SSRF violation details

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1052169 : Traffic is blocked on detection of an SSRF violation even though the URI parameter is in staging mode

Links to More Info: BT1052169

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Traffic is blocked on an SSRF violation even though the URI parameter is in staging mode.

Conditions:
-- URI parameter should be in staging mode
-- Traffic contains an SSRF deny-listed host as URI parameter value

Impact:
Traffic is blocked even though the URI parameter is in staging mode

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1052153-2 : Signature downloads for traffic classification updates via proxy fail

Links to More Info: BT1052153

Component: Traffic Classification Engine

Symptoms:
Downloading IM package via proxy fails.

Conditions:
Downloading the IM file through a proxy.

Impact:
Auto-download IM package from f5.com will fail

Workaround:
Disable the proxy and trigger the IM package download from the management interface.

Fix:
Fixed an issue with downloading updates through a proxy.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1051797 : Linux kernel vulnerability: CVE-2018-18281

Links to More Info: K36462841, BT1051797


1051561-7 : BIG-IP iControl REST vulnerability CVE-2022-1388

Links to More Info: K23605346, BT1051561


1051213-1 : Increase default value for violation 'Check maximum number of headers'.

Links to More Info: BT1051213

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Due to recent change in browsers, up to 7 headers are newly inserted in the request.

In ASM, there is default limit of 20 headers. So, when legitimate requests have more than 20 headers, they're blocked with violation "Maximum Number of Headers exceeded".

Conditions:
When the number of headers passed in request is greater than the value of maximum number of headers set, then this violation is raised.

Impact:
Legitimate requests are blocked with violation "Maximum Number of Headers exceeded" when number of header is greater than the value set for the policy (default 20).

Workaround:
Increase "Check maximum number of headers" to 30 under Learning and Blocking settings screen for a policy.

Fix:
Increased default value of maximum number of headers to 30.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1051209-1 : BD may not process certain HTTP payloads as expected

Links to More Info: K53593534, BT1051209

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions BD may not process HTTP payloads as expected.

Conditions:
- HTTP request

Impact:
Payloads are not processed as expected, potentially leading to missed signature matches.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
BD now processes HTTP payloads as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1050969-1 : After running clear-rest-storage you are logged out of the UI with a message - Your login credentials no longer valid

Links to More Info: BT1050969

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Running clear-rest-storage removes all the available tokens as well as cookie files from /var/run/pamchache.

Conditions:
Run the clear-rest-storage command.

Impact:
All users are logged out of the GUI.

Workaround:
Re-login.

Fix:
Clear-rest-storage should only remove tokens not cookies.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1050697-4 : Traffic learning page counts Disabled signatures when they are ready to be enforced

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The traffic learning page counts Disabled signatures when they are ready to be enforced.

Conditions:
Policy has a disabled signature.

Impact:
Traffic learning page shows different counts of "ready to be enforced" signatures compared to Security ›› Application Security : Security Policies : Policies List ›› <policy name>

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1050537-1 : GTM pool member with none monitor will be part of load balancing decisions.

Links to More Info: BT1050537

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
A GTM pool member containing no monitor (status=BLUE) is not included in load balancing decisions.

Conditions:
GTM pool member the monitor value set to none.

Impact:
GTM does not load balance to this pool member.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Handled GTM pool with "none" monitor

Behavior Change:
GTM pool members with "none" monitor are now part of load balancing decisions

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1050273-1 : ERR_BOUNDS errors observed with HTTP explicit proxy service in SSL Orchestrator.

Links to More Info: BT1050273

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
The following similar error log messages repeated many times:

err tmm[13905]: 01c80017:3: CONNECTOR: Listener=/Common/sslo_intercept.app/sslo_intercept-in-t-4, Profile=/Common/ssloS_httpEpxy.app/ssloS_httpEpxy-t-4-connector: Error forwarding egress to return virtual server (null) - ERR_BOUNDS
err tmm8[13905]: 01c50003:3: Service : encountered error: ERR_BOUNDS File: ../modules/hudfilter/service/service_common.c Function: service_cmp_send_data, Line: 477

Conditions:
1. SSL Orchestrator with HTTP explicit proxy as a service.
2. System is under load.
3. On VELOS platform.

Impact:
SSL Orchestrator throughput is degraded.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
After the fix, no such errors are observed and the throughput is back to normal.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.3.1


1049229-1 : When you try to create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list, the error: 'No Access' displays.

Links to More Info: BT1049229

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
An authenticated administrative user tries to create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list from the GUI and is redirected to a 'No Access' error page.

Conditions:
This error can occur when you create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list in the TMOS GUI on a version of BIG-IP (including engineering hotfixes) that include the fixes for BIG-IP bugs ID1032405 and ID941649.

Impact:
The user cannot create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list in the TMOS GUI.

Workaround:
Use the TMOS Shell (tmsh) command-line interface to perform the equivalent action.

Fix:
After the fixes for ID1032405 and ID941649 are installed, the "No Access" errors no longer occur when you create a sub-rule under the Network Firewall rule list in the TMOS GUI.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1048853-1 : "IKE VBUF" memory leak debug.

Links to More Info: BT1048853

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The memory increase is seen through tmctl memory_usage_stat when ipsec-sa are deleted and new ipsec-sa are created.

Conditions:
A tunnel connection exists between the BIG-IP initiator and responder.

Impact:
Memory consumption increases after every ipsec-sa delete operation when the new ipsec-sa is created.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Fixed a memory leak related to ipsec-sa.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1048685-4 : Rare TMM crash when using Bot Defense Challenge

Links to More Info: BT1048685

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When using the Bot Defense Profile on Blocking mode, TMM could crash on rare cases with a core dump.

Conditions:
Using the Bot Defense profile on blocking mode.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
TMM will no longer crash on rare conditions when using the Bot Defense Challenge

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1048541-1 : Certificate Order Manager: renew requests to the Comodo (now Sectigo) CA are unsuccessful.

Links to More Info: BT1048541

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A BIG-IP Administrator utilizing the 'Certificate Order Manager' feature is unable to renew SSL certificates issued by the Comodo (now Sectigo) certification authority.

Conditions:
Using the 'Certificate Order Manager' feature on BIG-IP to renew SSL certificates issued by the Comodo (now Sectigo) certification authority.

Impact:
The renew requests fail.

Fix:
The renew requests now succeed.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1048445-1 : Accept Request button is clickable for unlearnable violation illegal host name

Links to More Info: BT1048445

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
For the following violations:
- VIOL_HOSTNAME (Hostname violation)
- VIOL_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH (Hostname mismatch violation)

The accept button is clickable when it should not. Accept Request button should be disabled for this violations.

Conditions:
Generate an illegal host name or hostname mismatch violation.

Impact:
Request will not be accepted even though you have elected to accept the illegal request.

Workaround:
Do not accept the request to hostname and hostname mismatch violation, no ASM config changes will be triggered.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1048433-1 : Improve Extract logic of thales-sync.sh to support VIPRION cluster to support 12.6.10 client installation.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1048433

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The thales-sync.sh script tries to install on the second blade eventually The packages provided by formerly Thales now nShield/Entrust are increasing version to version, The extract logic is not compatible with to latest versions.

Conditions:
While upgrading lower versions to 12.60.

Impact:
The installation script will fail to find to extract packages.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Extract all the tarballs in the target directory to resolve the issue.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


1048141-3 : Sorting pool members by 'Member' causes 'General database error'

Links to More Info: BT1048141

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The configuration utility (web UI) returns 'General database error' when sorting pool members. The pool member display does not work for the duration of the login.

Conditions:
Sorting the pool member list by member.

Impact:
A pool's pool member page cannot be displayed.

Workaround:
Clear site and cached data on browser and do not sort by pool member.

Fix:
Pool members can be sorted by member.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1048137-2 : IPsec IKEv1 intermittent but consistent tunnel setup failures

Links to More Info: BT1048137

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
IKEv1 tunnels fail to start or re-key after an upgrade.

In the racoon.log file a clear sign of this issue is the combination of an IPsec SA being established and a buffer space error immediately after:

INFO: IPsec-SA established: ESP/Tunnel 172.16.1.6[0]->172.16.12.6[0] spi=2956426629(0xb0377d85)
ERROR: pfkey UPDATE failed: No buffer space available

Conditions:
-- IPsec IKEv1 tunnels

Impact:
IPsec tunnels will stop working after being up for an initial period of time.

Workaround:
The only workaround is to switch to IKEv2.

Fix:
Internal message handling related to IKEv2 high availability (HA) has changed, unintentionally breaking IKEv1's ability to keep tunnel states up-to-date. IKEv1 can now track tunnel state correctly.

Note: IKEv1 high availability (HA) / mirroring is still not supported and there is no plan to support it.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1048033-1 : Server-speaks-first traffic might not work with SSL Orchestrator

Links to More Info: BT1048033

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Server-speaks-first traffic does not pass through BIG-IP SSL Orchestrator. BIG-IP does not do service chaining to the service that has port-remap enabled.

Conditions:
- Interception Rule has verified accept enabled.
- Security policy is service chaining and port-remap is enabled on one of the security services

Impact:
Connection does not succeed, client sees a reset after timeout.

Workaround:
Disable port-remap on service and redeploy.

Fix:
Fix SSL Orchestrator connector to handle server-speaks-first traffic. After fix, server speaks first traffic will work even with port-remap enabled on the service.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1047581-3 : Ramcache can crash when serving files from the hot cache

Links to More Info: BT1047581

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain circumstances, TMM may crash when processing traffic for a virtual server that uses RAM Cache.

Conditions:
- RAM Cache configured
- Document served not out of the hotcache
- The server served with must-revalidate.
- The server 304 contains a 0 byte gzip payload

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1047389-4 : Bot Defense challenge hardening

Links to More Info: BT1047389

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, the Bot Defense profile does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
Bot Defense profile used

Impact:
The Bot Defense profile does not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The Bot Defense profile now follows current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1047377-1 : "Server-speak-first" traffic might not work with SSL Orchestrator

Links to More Info: BT1047377

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Server-speaks-first traffic does not pass through BIG-IP SSL Orchestrator. BIG-IP does not perform a TCP three-way handshake to the server.

Conditions:
SSL Orchestrator interception rule has an attached security policy that is service chaining and at-least one service has port-remap enabled.

Impact:
Connection does not succeed, client sees a reset after timeout.

Workaround:
Disable port-remap on service and redeploy.

Fix:
Fix SSL Orchestrator connector to handle server speaks first traffic. After fix, server-speaks-first traffic will work even with port-remap enabled on the service.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1047213-1 : VPN Client to Client communication fails when clients are connected to different TMMs.

Links to More Info: BT1047213

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Client-to-client communication between APM VPN clients connected to different TMMs does not work.

Conditions:
-- Clustered multiprocessing (CMP) is enabled.

Impact:
Client to client communication over the network access connection fails.

Workaround:
Demote the virtual server from CMP processing.

# tmsh modify ltm virtual <virtual> cmp-enabled no

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1047169-1 : GTM AAAA pool can be deleted from the configuration despite being in use by an iRule.

Links to More Info: BT1047169

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A BIG-IP Administrator is incorrectly able to delete a GTM AAAA pool from the configuration, despite this object being referenced in an iRule in use by an AAAA wideip.

An error similar to the following example will be visible in the /var/log/gtm file should the iRule referencing the pool run after the pool has been deleted:

err tmm[11410]: 011a7001:3: TCL error: Rule /Common/my_rule <DNS_REQUEST> - GTM Pool 'my_pool' of type 'A' not found (line 1)GTM Pool 'my_pool' of type 'A' not found (line 1) invoked from within "pool my_pool"

Note the error message incorrectly reports the pool as type A (it should report type AAAA).

Conditions:
-- Two GTM pools of type A and AAAA share the same exact name (which is legal).

-- The pool name is referenced in an iRule by the 'pool' command.

-- The iRule is in use by an AAAA wideip.

-- A BIG-IP Administrator attempts to delete the AAAA pool.

Impact:
The system incorrectly allows the deletion of the AAAA pool from the configuration.

Consequently, the next time the GTM configuration is reloaded from file, the operation will fail.

Additionally, traffic which relied on the pool being present in the configuration will fail.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1047089-2 : TMM may terminate while processing TLS/DTLS traffic

Links to More Info: K14229426, BT1047089


1047053-3 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing RTSP traffic

Links to More Info: K37155600, BT1047053


1046785-1 : Missing GTM probes when max synchronous probes are exceeded.

Links to More Info: BT1046785

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTM probes are missing, resources are marked down.
When instances fail and BIG-IP is not aware of the failure, some virtual servers/pool members are marked as available and some objects are marked down on part of the sync group members.

In the /var/log/gtm file, the following message may be seen:

011ae116:4: The list processing time (x seconds) exceeded the interval value. There may be too many monitor instances configured with a y second interval

Note that this message is only logged once when gtmd is restarted, or when monitors are added or removed in the gtm configuration.

Conditions:
Max synchronous probes are exceeded. This value is controlled by the GTM global variable max-synchronous-monitor-requests.

Impact:
-- Resources are marked down.
-- Inconsistent monitor statuses across BIG-IP DNS systems in a single sync group
-- Because some monitor instances don't have monitor traffic, if an instance fails, the BIG-IP DNS systems may not be aware of the failure.

Workaround:
Increase the value of Max Synchronous Monitor Requests:

tmsh modify gtm global-settings metrics max-synchronous-monitor-requests value <value - default is 20>

Fix:
All monitors are now allowed to probe without triggering a failure.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1046693-4 : TMM with BFD confgured might crash under significant memory pressure

Links to More Info: BT1046693

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
TMM might crash when processing BFD traffic under high memory pressure.

Conditions:
- BFD in use.
- TMM under high memory pressure.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1046669-1 : The audit forwarders may prematurely time out waiting for TACACS responses

Links to More Info: BT1046669

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
If a TACACS server takes longer than five seconds to respond, the audit forwarder will reset the connection.

Conditions:
-- Using remote TACACS logging.
-- TACACS server takes longer than 5 seconds to respond to logging requests.

Impact:
Misleading log messages.

Fix:
The time that a BIG-IP system will wait for a response from a TACACS server is now configurable using the DB variable config.auditing.forward.tacacs.timeout.response.

Behavior Change:
The time that a BIG-IP system will wait for a response from a TACACS server is now configurable using the DB variable config.auditing.forward.tacacs.timeout.response.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1046317-2 : Violation details are not populated with staged URLs for some violation types

Links to More Info: BT1046317

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The "Triggered Violations" field in the event log screen and corresponding data in remote logging is not populated.

Conditions:
- The URL is in staging
- The triggered violation is one of the following violations
VIOL_MANDATORY_REQUEST_BODY
VIOL_URL_CONTENT_TYPE
VIOL_METHOD

Impact:
Lack of details in the request log event.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
This defect is closely related to ID1036305 and both defects are fixed together

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1045549-4 : BFD sessions remain DOWN after graceful TMM restart

Links to More Info: BT1045549

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
BFD sessions remain DOWN after graceful TMM restart

Conditions:
TMM is gracefully restarted, for example with 'bigstart restart tmm' command.

Impact:
BFD sessions remain DOWN after graceful TMM restart

Workaround:
After restarting TMM, restart tmrouted.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1045421-1 : No Access error when performing various actions in the TMOS GUI

Links to More Info: K16107301, BT1045421

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
An authenticated administrative user is redirected to a 'No Access' error page while performing various actions in the TMOS GUI, including when trying to:
-- Apply a policy to a virtual server
-- Import images (TMOS images / hotfixes / apmclients)
-- Export/apply an APM policy
-- Run the high availability (HA) setup wizard
-- Export a certificate/key through one of the following paths:
    ---- System / Certificate Management : Traffic Certificate Management : SSL Certificate List / test-renew-self-sign / Renew
    ---- DNS / GSLB : Pools : Pool List / Click Testpool / Click Members / Click Manage
    ---- System / Software Management : APM Clients / Import
    ---- System / Certificate Management : Traffic Certificate Management : SSL Certificate List / NewSSLCert / Certificate / Export / Click Download

Conditions:
This may occur when performing various actions in the TMOS GUI on a version of BIG-IP software (including Engineering Hotfixes) that includes fixes for ID1032405 :: https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID1032405.html and ID941649 :: https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID941649.html .

Impact:
Cannot perform various actions in the TMOS GUI.

Workaround:
Use the TMOS Shell (tmsh) command-line interface to perform the equivalent action.

Fix:
'No Access' errors no longer occur when performing various actions in the TMOS GUI under these conditions.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1045229-1 : APMD leaks Tcl_Objs as part of the fix made for ID 1002557

Links to More Info: BT1045229

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
APMD memory grows over time causing OOM killer to kill apmd

Conditions:
Access policy has resource assignment agents/variable assignments

Impact:
APMD memory grows over time and OOM killer may terminate apmd thereby affecting traffic. Access traffic disrupted while apmd restarts.

If APMD is not killed by OOM killer the system may start thrashing and become unstable, generally resulting in cores from innocent processes that are no longer scheduled correctly - keymgmtd, bigd, mcpd are typical victims.
Ultimately system may restart automatically as watchdogs fail.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1045101-4 : Bd may crash while processing ASM traffic

Links to More Info: K03442392, BT1045101


1044425-1 : NSEC3 record improvements for NXDOMAIN

Links to More Info: K85021277, BT1044425

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
BIG-IP DNSSEC NSEC3 records for NXDOMAIN responses can be improved to support current best practices.

Conditions:
- DNSSEC zone configured

Impact:
BIG-IP DNSSEC NSEC3 records for NXDOMAIN responses do not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
BIG-IP DNSSEC NSEC3 records for NXDOMAIN responses now follow current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1044121-3 : APM logon page is not rendered if db variable "ipv6.enabled" is set to false

Links to More Info: BT1044121

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When accessing a Virtual Server with an access policy, users are redirected to the hangup page.

Conditions:
Db variable "ipv6.enabled" is set to false

Impact:
Users will not be able to access the virtual server and associated resources behind it.

Workaround:
Keep the value of db variable "ipv6.enabled" set to true.

# setdb "ipv6.enabled" true

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1043805-3 : ICMP traffic over NAT does not work properly.

Links to More Info: BT1043805

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
ICMP traffic hitting a NAT translation address is dropped and not sent further to the originating address.

Conditions:
-- An LTM NAT is configured.
-- ICMP traffic arrives.

Impact:
ICMP traffic fails to be forwarded over the NAT.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1043533-3 : Unable to pick up the properties of the parameters from audit reports.

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
In the GUI under Security ›› Application Security : Audit : Reports, if you select "User-input parameters..." in the menu "Security Policy Audit Reports", then click on the parameter to retrieve the properties, you will see this error:
   " Could not retrieve parameter; Could not get the Parameter, No matching record was found."

Conditions:
1) Create a new parameter.
2) Customize or overwrite an existing ASM signature for the parameter in question.
3) Save and apply to the policy the new changes
4) Go to:
    Security ›› Application Security : Audit : Reports
    Report Type : User-input parameters with overridden attacks signatures (this also happens for other "User-input parameters...")
    Select the parameter to audit
    Error: "Could not retrieve parameter; Could not get the Parameter, No matching record was found."

Impact:
A page error occurs.

Workaround:
1. Open in a separate tab the following screen: Security ›› Application Security : Parameters : Parameters List
2. Under "Parameter List" title, there is a filter dropdown with the "Parameter Contains" texting.
3. On the blank part (before "Go" button) type the name of the required parameter.
4. You will get the desired page with the desired parameter properties.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1043385-4 : No Signature detected If Authorization header is missing padding.

Links to More Info: BT1043385

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
If the Authentication scheme value in the Authorization header contains extra/missing padding in base64, then ASM does not detect any attack signatures.

Conditions:
HTTP request with Authorization header contains base64 value with extra/missing padding.

Impact:
Attack signature not detected.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Base64 values with extra/missing padding has been handled to detect attack signature

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1043357-4 : SSL handshake may fail when using remote crypto client

Links to More Info: BT1043357

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
ServerSSL handshake fails when verifying ServerKeyExchange message.

Conditions:
Remote crypto client is configured and the ServerSSL profile connects using an ephemeral RSA cipher suite.

Impact:
The virtual server is unable to connect to the backend server.

Workaround:
Use non-ephemeral RSA or ECDSA cipher suite on ServerSSL.

Fix:
Fix remote crypto client.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1043281-6 : OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2021-3712

Links to More Info: K19559038, BT1043281


1043217-1 : NTLM frontend auth fails with the latest Microsoft RDP client on MacOS 14.0.1 platform

Links to More Info: BT1043217

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
NTLM frontend auth fails with the latest Microsoft RDP client on MacOS 14.0.1 platform

Conditions:
Windows Server configured as a back-end and BIG-IP is acting as an RDP gateway. After recent upgrade of MacOS Client (iOS 14.0.1), the Remote desktop starts failing.

Latest Microsoft RDP clients mandate below three flags as part of NTLM CHALLENGE message which will sent from NTLM Auth Server/Proxy

1.NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE_KEY_EXCH
2.NTLMSSP_NEGOTIATE_VERSION
3.NTLMSSP_REQUEST_TARGET

Due to this, RDP client rejecting the NTLM challenge, and authentication is failing.

Impact:
Users won't be able to establish RDP sessions to the backend Windows Server

Fix:
Updated the ECA (NTLM frontend auth service) to include these flags as part of NTLM Challenge.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1043205-1 : SSRF Violation should be shown as a Parameter Entity Reference.

Links to More Info: BT1043205

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
SSRF Violation is shown as a URL Entity Reference instead of a Parameter Entity Reference.

Conditions:
- Create a URI data type parameter
- Add a host to the SSRF Host List
- Send traffic which contains the URI parameter with the value configured in the SSRF Host List

Impact:
Wrong Entity Reference in the SSRF violation is misleading.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Corrected the Entity reference as a parameter instead of a URL in the SSRF violation.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.1


1043017-4 : Virtual-wire with standard-virtual fragmentation

Links to More Info: BT1043017

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A standard virtual-server configured on top of a virtual-wire has unexpected handling of fragmented IP traffic.

Conditions:
Standard virtual-server configured on top of a virtual-wire handling fragmented IP traffic.

Impact:
- Fragments missing on egress.
- Packet duplication on egress.

Workaround:
Use fastl4 virtual-server instead.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2


1042917-1 : Using 'Full Export' of security policy should result with no diffs after importing it back to device.

Links to More Info: BT1042917

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
'Declarative policy import' is adding entities into the policy according what it has in the JSON file.

When it imports the policy builder settings, some automatic changes are created in the policy, and it may override other entities which were added before.

Conditions:
Policy builder settings are added in import after other affected entities were added before.

Impact:
The resulted policy will be different from the exported policy.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
'Declarative Policy import' first adds the policy builder settings, and all other affected entities are imported only after it, and in this way the resulted policy is the same as the exported one.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1042913-2 : Pkcs11d CPU utilization jumps to 100%

Links to More Info: BT1042913

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
CPU utilization of pkcs11d increases to 100%.

Conditions:
This occurs when pkcs11d is disconnected from the external HSM.

Impact:
As the pkcs11d consumes most of the CPU, other processes are starved for CPU.

Workaround:
None.

Fix:
Pkcs11d no longer consumes 100% CPU when it is disconnected from the external HSM.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1042737-4 : BGP sending malformed update missing Tot-attr-len of '0.

Links to More Info: BT1042737

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
BIG-IP might send a malformed BGP update missing Tot-attr-len of '0 when performing a soft reset out.

Conditions:
-- Multiple traffic groups configured.
-- A BGP soft reset occurs.

Impact:
BGP peering resets.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1042605-1 : ASM Critical Warnings during UCS load after upgrade to v15.1.0 or above&start;

Links to More Info: BT1042605

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Following an upgrade, an error occurs:
ERROR: Failed during loading ASM configuration.

An "ASM critical warning" banner is displayed in the ASM GUI.

Conditions:
-- ASM is upgraded to v15.1.0 or above
-- The following query returns results prior to upgrading:

SELECT policy_name_crc FROM DCC.ACCOUNTS accounts WHERE policy_name NOT IN (SELECT name FROM PLC.PL_POLICIES)

Impact:
ASM upgrade is aborted due to an exception:
Can't call method "clear_traffic_data" on unblessed reference

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1042509-1 : On an HTTP2 gateway virtual server, TMM does not ever update the stream's window for a large POST request

Links to More Info: BT1042509

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
On an HTTP2 gateway virtual server (HTTP/2 on clientside, no httprouter profile), TMM does not update the stream's window (i.e. acking data at the HTTP/2 stream layer). This causes large HTTP requests with payloads (i.e. POSTs) to stall and eventually time out.

TMM does sometimes send WINDOW_UPDATE messages for the entire connection, but not for the stream. Since flow control is required at both the connection and stream levels, the client stalls out.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server with HTTP2 profile
-- Configured as HTTP2 Gateway (HTTP2 profile on clientside and no 'httprouter' profile)
-- Client sends large data transfer to the virtual server

Impact:
Client data transfer through HTTP/2 virtual server (POST / PUT / etc) fails.

Workaround:
Use an HTTP router profile (assign the 'httprouter' profile to the virtual server, or select the 'HTTP MRF Router' option in TMUI)

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1042069-1 : Some signatures are not matched under specific conditions.

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Some signatures are not matched and attack traffic can pass through.

Conditions:
There are more than 20 signatures that have a common keyword with a signature that does not match (and has a common keyword and a new keyword).

Impact:
Attacking traffic can bypass the WAF.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack signatures that share words with other attack signatures will be matched correctly now.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


1042009-1 : Mcpd fails to reply if a request is proxied to another daemon and the connection to that daemon closes

Links to More Info: BT1042009

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Mcpd does not reply to the request if the publisher's connection closes/fails, in this case when bcm56xxd
is restarted. The perceivable signs of the failure are the snmpwalk failing with a timeout and the
"MCPD query response exceeding" log messages

Conditions:
1) Configure snmp on the BIG-IP so you can run snmpwalk locally on the BIG-IP.

2) From one session on the BIG-IP, run a snmpwalk in the while loop.
    
while true;do date; snmpwalk -v2c -c public 127.0.0.1 sysDot1dbaseStat;sleep 2;done

Sample output:

Sat Aug 21 00:57:23 PDT 2021
F5-BIGIP-SYSTEM-MIB::sysDot1dbaseStatResetStats.0 = INTEGER: 0
F5-BIGIP-SYSTEM-MIB::sysDot1dbaseStatMacAddr.0 = STRING: 0:23:e9:e3:8b:41
F5-BIGIP-SYSTEM-MIB::sysDot1dbaseStatNumPorts.0 = INTEGER: 12
F5-BIGIP-SYSTEM-MIB::sysDot1dbaseStatType.0 = INTEGER: transparentonly(2)

3) From a second session on the BIG-IP restart bcm56xxd

bigstart restart bcm56xxd

4a) the snmpwalk will continually report the following:

Timeout: No Response from 127.0.0.1

And snmpd will continually log "MCPD query response exceeding" every 30 seconds in /var/log/ltm

Impact:
SNMP stopped responding to queries after upgrade

Workaround:
Snmpd restart

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2


1041865-4 : Correctable machine check errors [mce] should be suppressed

Links to More Info: BT1041865

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Log emerg in kern.log similar to:
  emerg kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: CPU 0: Machine Check: 0 Bank 10: cc003009000800c1

Conditions:
Correctable errors can be identified by analyzing the 16‐bit value shown in bits [31:16] of the 64‐bit error from the /var/log/kern.log message. When bits [31:16] = 0008 this is a correctable error and not failing hardware.

An example is shown below.

Log error matches this pattern:
  Machine Check: 0 [bank number]: [cc003009][0008][00c1]
  bits [31:16] = 0008

Impact:
Correctable errors are logged in kern.log and to the console. There is no functional impact.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1041765-2 : Racoon may crash in rare cases

Links to More Info: BT1041765

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Racoon may crash when NAT Traversal is on and passing IPsec traffic in IKEv1.

Conditions:
-- IKEv1 IPsec tunnel configured
-- NAT Traversal is on in ike-peer configuration.

Impact:
Racoon will crash and any IKEv1 tunnels will restart

Workaround:
Use IKEv2 only.

Fix:
This racoon crash has been stopped.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.1


1041149-1 : Staging of URL does not affect apply value signatures

Links to More Info: BT1041149

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When a URL is staged and a value content signature is detected, the matched request is blocked.

Conditions:
-- URL is set to staging;
-- Only default ("Any") content profile is present, set to apply value signatures (all other content profiles deleted);
-- Request matches attack signature

Impact:
The request for staged URL is blocked

Workaround:
Configure relevant content profiles or leave the default content profiles configuration.

Fix:
Fixed to correctly handle URL staging in case of only "Any" content profile.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1040821-4 : Enabling an iRule or selecting a pool re-checks the "Address Translation" and "Port Translation" checkboxes

Links to More Info: BT1040821

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Address Translation and Port Translation checkboxes are automatically checked under the virtual server's advanced configuration.

Conditions:
Virtual Server's Advanced configuration option is selected followed by adding an iRule or a pool.

Impact:
The Address and Port translation options are automatically checked when the default is to have them unchecked.

Workaround:
Manually un-check Address Translation and Port Translation checkboxes under virtual server's advanced configuration

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1040677 : BIG-IP D120 platform reports page allocation failures in N3FIPS driver

Links to More Info: BT1040677

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Despite having free memory, the BIG-IP system logs kernel page allocation failures to the /var/log/kern.log file. The first line of the output appears similar to the following example:

swapper/6: page allocation failure: order:2, mode:0x204020

After that, a stack trace follows. The process name in the line ('swapper/16', in this example). You may see generic Linux processes or processes specific to F5 in that line.

Conditions:
This issue is known to occur on the appliance D120 (iSeries i15820-DF).

Impact:
As different processes can experience this issue, and the system may behave unpredictably. Software installation may fail.

Workaround:
You can work around this issue by increasing the value of the min_free_kbytes kernel parameter. This controls the amount of memory that is kept free for use by special reserves.

It is recommend to increase this to 128 MB (131072 KB).

When instantiating this workaround, consider whether you want the workaround to survive only reboots, or to survive reboots, upgrades, RMAs, etc. This is an important consideration to make, as you should stop using this workaround when this issue is fixed in a future version of BIG-IP software. So consider the pros and cons of each approach before choosing one.

-- If you want the workaround to survive reboots only, perform the following procedure:

1) Log on to the advanced shell (BASH) of the primary blade of the affected system.

2) Run the following commands (with the desired amount in KB):

# clsh "sysctl -w vm.min_free_kbytes=131072"
# clsh "echo -e '\n# Workaround for ID 851785' >> /etc/sysctl.conf"
# clsh "echo 'vm.min_free_kbytes = 131072' >> /etc/sysctl.conf"

-- If you want the workaround to survive reboots, upgrades, RMAs, etc., perform the following procedure:

1) Log on to the advanced shell (BASH) of the primary blade of the affected system.

2) Run the following commands (with the desired amount in KB):

# clsh "sysctl -w vm.min_free_kbytes=131072"
# echo -e '\n# Workaround for ID851785' >> /config/startup
# echo 'sysctl -w vm.min_free_kbytes=131072' >> /config/startup

Note that the last two commands are not wrapped inside 'clsh' because the /config/startup file is already automatically synchronized across all blades.

Once the issue is fixed in a future BIG-IP version, remove the workarounds:

-- To remove the first workaround:

1) Edit the /etc/sysctl.conf file on the BIG-IP appliance and remove the added lines at the bottom.

2) Reboot the system by running 'clsh reboot'. This will restore the min_free_kbytes kernel parameter to its default value for the BIG-IP version you are running.

-- To remove the second workaround:

1) Edit the /config/startup file on the BIG-IP appliance and remove the extra lines at the bottom.

2) Reboot the system by running 'clsh reboot'. This restores the min_free_kbytes kernel parameter to its default value for the BIG-IP version you are running.

To verify the workaround is in place, run the following command (this should return the desired amount in KB):

# clsh "cat /proc/sys/vm/min_free_kbytes"

Fix:
The BIG-IP system no longer experiences excessive kernel page allocation failures.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1


1040513-5 : The counter for "FTP commands" is always 0.

Links to More Info: BT1040513

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
On the FTP Statistics page, the "FTP Commands" value is always zero.

Conditions:
FTP security is applied and "FTP commands violations" is enforced.

Impact:
The FTP security does not show violations statistics regarding the FTP commands.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
"FTP commands statistics" now shows an accurate value in the UI.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1040361-1 : TMM crashes during its startup when TMC destination port list attached/deleted to virtual server.

Links to More Info: BT1040361

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
-- Log message written to TMM log file:
   panic: ../kern/page_alloc.c:736: Assertion "vmem_hashlist_remove not found" failed.

Conditions:
-- Virtual Server using a traffic-matching-criteria (TMC) with a destination-port-list, with multiple distinct ranges of ports.

-- Config changes to virtual server with traffic-matching criteria can cause memory corruption which can lead to delayed TMM crashes.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use Traffic Matching Criteria with destination port lists.
TMM restart is required in case the virtual server is modified with traffic-matching-criteria related config.

Fix:
TMM no longer crashes under these conditions.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2


1039725-1 : Reverse proxy traffic fails when a per-request policy is attached to a virtual server.

Links to More Info: BT1039725

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Reverse proxy or inbound traffic fails during SSL renegotiation when a per-request policy is attached to the virtual server.

Conditions:
-- SSL Orchestrator is licensed and provisioned.
-- Per-request policy is attached to virtual server.
-- Client or backend server initiates SSL renegotiation.

Impact:
Reverse proxy traffic fails during SSL renegotiation.

Workaround:
If renegotiation is not required then it can be disabled on BIG-IP. The client SSL and server SSL profiles have 'Renegotiation' settings. If it is set to disabled, BIG-IP or SSL Orchestrator does not do SSL renegotiation.

Fix:
Reverse proxy or inbound traffic no longer fails during SSL renegotiation when per-req policy is attached to the virtual server.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1039553-1 : Non-200 HTTP status codes fail to be matched by GTM HTTP(S) monitors

Links to More Info: BT1039553

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTM virtual servers have the wrong status (up when they should be down, or down when they should be up, depending on the monitor's configuration).

Conditions:
-- The GTM virtual servers are monitored with an HTTP or HTTPS monitor that performs HTTP status matching.

-- The monitor tries to match an HTTP status code other than 200 (for example, 301).

-- The monitor uses HTTP version 1.0 or 1.1 for the request (the default is 0.9).

Impact:
The system incorrectly considers all non-200 responses a failed monitor attempt, despite what the user specified as acceptable status codes in the monitor's configuration. As a result, the availability status reported for a virtual server may be incorrect. This may cause the GTM system to send traffic to unsuitable resources causing application disruptions.

Workaround:
You can work around this issue in any of the following ways:

-- Use HTTP version 0.9 for the monitor requests.

-- Match on the 200 HTTP status code.

-- Do not use HTTP status matching altogether.

Fix:
GTM HTTP(S) monitors using HTTP version 1.0 or 1.1 can now successfully match status codes other than 200 in the response.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1039329-2 : MRF per peer mode is not working in vCMP guest.

Links to More Info: BT1039329

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
MRF diameter setup, in peer profile "auto-initialization" and "per peer" mode are enabled, but no connection attempts towards the pool member occur.

When the mode is switched to "per tmm" or "per blade", connections are established.

Conditions:
The peer connection mode in the peer profile is set to "per peer".

Impact:
The "per peer" setting does not work.

Workaround:
Switch the connection mode to "per tmm" or "per blade"

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1039245-2 : Policy Properties screen does not load and display

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
On the Security ›› Application Security : Security Policies : Policies List page, if you click one of the policies, the page gets stuck in " Loading policy general settings... "

Conditions:
This occurs if you try to view a policy that has no template associated

Impact:
Unable to use the GUI for the affected ASM policies.

Workaround:
# cp /var/ts/dms/script/dist/angular/TsuiAngularPoliciesScripts.min.js /shared/TsuiAngularPoliciesScripts.min.js.bk
# chmod 644 /var/ts/dms/script/dist/angular/TsuiAngularPoliciesScripts.min.js
# sed -i -e 's/"POLICY_TEMPLATE_GRAPHQL/p.policy.template\&\&"POLICY_TEMPLATE_GRAPHQL/' /var/ts/dms/script/dist/angular/TsuiAngularPoliciesScripts.min.js
# chmod 444 /var/ts/dms/script/dist/angular/TsuiAngularPoliciesScripts.min.js
# bigstart restart httpd

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1039069-1 : Multiple issues affecting the RESOLV::lookup iRule command following the fix to ID1007049.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1039069

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
For more information on the specific issues fixed, please refer to:

https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID1010697.html
https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID1037005.html
https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID1038921.html

Please note the only versions 15.1.3.1 and 16.1.0 are affected.

Conditions:
-- Running BIG-IP version 15.1.3.1 or 16.1.0
-- RESOLV::lookup iRule is used

Impact:
Multiple issues can occur with the RESOLV::lookup command, such as DNS resolutions failing or incorrect DNS responses being received.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
-

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


1039049-2 : Installing EHF on particular platforms fails with error "RPM transaction failure"

Links to More Info: BT1039049

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
-- Installing an EHF fails with the error "RPM transaction failure"

-- Errors similar to the following are seen in the liveinstall.log file:

info: RPM: /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.LooFVF: line 11: syntax error: unexpected end of file
info: RPM: error: %preun(fpga-tools-atlantis-15.1.3-0.0.11.i686) scriptlet failed, exit status 2

Conditions:
-- Installing an EHF that contains an updated version of the 'fpga-tools-atlantis' package
-- Using the following platforms:
  + BIG-IP i4600 / i4800
  + BIG-IP i2600 / i2800
  + BIG-IP i850

Impact:
EHF installation fails.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1039041 : Log Message: Clock advanced by <number> ticks

Links to More Info: BT1039041

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
<ticks> is the number of milliseconds the Traffic Management Microkernel (TMM) clock is out of sync (behind) the system clock because the TMM thread is waiting for a response.

Logs are similar to below.

bigip1 notice tmm15[46856]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 103 ticks
bigip1 notice tmm7[46855]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 106 ticks
bigip1 notice tmm10[46855]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 107 ticks
bigip1 notice tmm25[46856]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 113 ticks
bigip1 notice tmm15[46856]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 121 ticks
bigip1 notice tmm5[46855]: 01010029:5: Clock advanced by 106 ticks

Conditions:
These logs are seen more frequently in i15820-DF platforms with FIPS enabled, in comparison to other FIPS platforms. The messages are observed during FIPS key lookup in the HSM. These lookups occur either during TMM start/restart or during SSL profile configuration modification.

Impact:
This message may appear intermittently depending on system load and conditions mentioned above, and it does not necessarily indicate system instability or a cause for concern unless accompanied by another error message or at the time of a serious event.

In all the above conditions, clock advance ticks are in the range of 100 - 170.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1038913-4 : The weekly ASM reporting "Security ›› Reporting : Application : Charts" filter "View By" as IP Intelligence shows only the "Safe" category

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
In GUI "Security ›› Reporting : Application : Charts" filtering "View By" as IP Intelligence "Last Week", "Last Month" and "Last Year" reports show the "Safe" category instead of "Aggregated".

Conditions:
-- ASM is provisioned
-- The system is under heavy traffic
-- The number of stats records per report period (5 min) is higher than 10,000

Impact:
Inaccurate Last Week IPI reporting

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1038741-4 : NTLM type-1 message triggers "Unparsable request content" violation.

Links to More Info: BT1038741

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When internal parameter for "authorization header decode failure" is disabled, Valid NTLM type-1 message will be blocked with "Unparsable request content" violation.

Conditions:
Disable internal parameter ignore_authorization_header_decode_failure

Impact:
Valid NTLM Type-1 message will be blocked by ASM.

Workaround:
Enable internal parameter ignore_authorization_header_decode_failure, ASM will not block the NTLM type-1 message request

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1038733-4 : Attack signature not detected for unsupported authorization types.

Links to More Info: BT1038733

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM does not detect an Unsupported Bearer authorization type that contains header value in base64 format.

Conditions:
HTTP Request containing Bearer Authorization header which
 contain a matching signature in base64 encoded format.

Impact:
ASM does not raise a violation and does not block the request.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
ASM decodes base64 value in Bearer Authorization header and perform attack signature matching, raises violation and block request if it contains attack.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1038669-1 : Antserver keeps restarting.

Links to More Info: BT1038669

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Antserver keeps restarting, as indicated in /var/log/ecm:

notice ant_server.sh[5898]: starting ant_server on 057caae1e95a11d7ecd1118861fb49f30ce1c22d
notice ant_server.sh[6311]: no ant_server process
notice ant_server.sh[6312]: check: no running ant_server

Conditions:
The Secure Web Gateway is provisioned on i15800 or i15820 platform.

Impact:
User connection will be reset if request or response analytics agent is deployed with per-request policy.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2


1038629-4 : DTLS virtual server not performing clean shutdown upon reception of CLOSE_NOTIFY from client

Links to More Info: BT1038629

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
With the DTLS virtual server, when client sends the CLOSE_NOTIFY alert, BIG-IP is simply closing the connection without sending the CLOSE_NOTIFY back to client as well as the backend server. This causes the backend server to not close/shutdown the connection completely.

Conditions:
This issue occurs with all DTLS virtual servers which has associated client-ssl and server-ssl profiles.

Impact:
Backend server and client will have a dangling connection for certain period of time (Based on the timeout implementation at the respective ends).

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1038445-1 : During upgrade to 16.1, the previous FPS Engine live update remains active&start;

Links to More Info: BT1038445

Component: Fraud Protection Services

Symptoms:
On a BIG-IP system with FPS JS engine Live Update, after upgrade to 16.1.x , the old live update is not replaced by the engine in the build.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP with FPS JS engine Live Update
-- Upgrade to 16.1.x
-- FPS / DataSafe / AWAF provisioned.

Impact:
In upgrade from 15.1 or older, this sometimes results in the device staying offline.

Workaround:
Installing a new, 16.1 FPS Engine update will fix the issue (where available).

Alternatively, running these commands fixes the issue, but results in the BIG-IP going offline for a few minutes.

rm -rf /var/datasync/updates/*
touch /etc/datasync/regenerate_all
tmsh -q -c 'cd datasync-global/; delete security datasync update-file update-file-versafe_js*'
bigstart restart tmm

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1037457-1 : High CPU during specific dos mitigation

Links to More Info: BT1037457

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
CPU is high.

Conditions:
A dos attack with specific characteristic is active and the policy is configured in a specific way.

Impact:
While the attack is mitigated on the BIG-IP system and does not reach the server, the CPU of the BIG-IP increases and this may impact other services on the BIG-IP device.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
A specific high CPU scenario during dos attacks was fixed.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1037181-1 : TMM may crash while processing HTTP traffic

Links to More Info: K96924184, BT1037181


1036521-1 : TMM crash in certain cases

Links to More Info: BT1036521

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crash in certain case when dosl7 is attached

Conditions:
TMM is configured with dosl7

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1036305-5 : "Mandatory request body is missing" violation in staging but request is unexpectedly blocked

Links to More Info: BT1036305

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Request is blocked on a staged URL for the violation "Mandatory request body is missing".

Conditions:
- "Mandatory request body is missing" violation is set for blocking
- The URL is in staging
- "Mandatory request body is missing" is enabled on the URL

Impact:
Requests are blocked unexpectedly

Workaround:
None

Fix:
This defect is closely related to ID1036305 and both defects are fixed together

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1036285-1 : Enforce password expiry after local user creation

Links to More Info: BT1036285

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When a local user is created, the password is not expired.
[root@bigip1:Active:Standalone] config # chage -l testuser
Last password change : Feb 02, 2021
Password expires : never
Password inactive : never
Account expires : never
Minimum number of days between password change : 0
Maximum number of days between password change : 99999
Number of days of warning before password expires : 7

Conditions:
A local user is created

Impact:
The new user's password is not set to expired automatically.

Fix:
When the local user is created, the password is expired.

Behavior Change:
When the local user is created, the password is expired.
When the user logins for the first time, the password change prompt appears.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1036169-4 : VCMPD rsync server max connection limit: guest "Exit flags for PID 17299: 0x500".

Links to More Info: BT1036169

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Guestagentd will log the message "Exit flags for PID <PID>:0x500" in guest ltm log, if vcmp host rsync server current active connection is more than 4.

Conditions:
-- vCMP guest.
-- Rsync transfer frequency is 10 seconds between vCMP guest to vCMP host.
-- more than 4 vCMP guests.

Impact:
Guest LTM logs fill with "Exit flags for PID <PID>: 0x500".

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Modify sys db vcmp.dynamic_rsync_conn_allowed value false -> It will set the max connection limit to 4. (Default setting)
modify sys db vcmp.dynamic_rsync_conn_allowed value true -> It will set the max connection limit to max number of guest that slot supports.

Restart vcmpd by running 'bigstart restart vcmpd'

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1036057-1 : Add support for line folding in multipart parser.

Links to More Info: BT1036057

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
RFC 2616 allowed HTTP header field values to be extended over multiple lines by preceding each extra line with at least one space or horizontal tab. This was then deprecated by RFC 7230.

The multipart parser of ASM does not support the multiple line header, so these requests cause false positives.

Conditions:
Multiline header in multipart request

Impact:
False positives.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Introduced a new ASM internal parameter: multipart_allow_multiline_header

Note: default value is 0 (disabled)
Note: enabling/disabling the feature requires asm restart that triggers the unit going offline for a short time period. If the unit is a part of a high availability (HA) cluster, failover to the other unit will occur. If it is a standalone unit, traffic disruption until the unit comes back to online.

- Enable multiline header support
# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add multipart_allow_multiline_header 1
# bigstart restart asm

- Disable multiline header support
# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add multipart_allow_multiline_header 0
# bigstart restart asm

Behavior Change:
Introduced a new ASM internal parameter: multipart_allow_multiline_header

Note: default value is 0 (disabled)
Note: enabling/disabling the feature requires asm restart that triggers the unit going offline for a short time period. If the unit is a part of a high availability (HA) cluster, failover to the other unit will occur. If it is a standalone unit, traffic disruption until the unit comes back to online.

- Enable multiline header support
# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add multipart_allow_multiline_header 1
# bigstart restart asm

- Disable multiline header support
# /usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add multipart_allow_multiline_header 0
# bigstart restart asm

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1035853-1 : Transparent DNS Cache can consume excessive resources.

Links to More Info: K41415626, BT1035853

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, the Transparent DNS Cache can consume excessive resources.

Conditions:
- The BIG-IP system is licensed for DNS Services
- Transparent DNS Cache is configured on a virtual server

Impact:
Excessive resource consumption, which can lead to increased server-side load.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
The Transparent DNS Cache now consumes resources as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2


1035729-1 : TMM may crash while processing traffic http traffic

Links to More Info: K57111075, BT1035729


1035361-4 : Illegal cross-origin after successful CAPTCHA

Links to More Info: BT1035361

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
After enabling CAPTCHA locally on BIG-IP with brute force, after configured login attempts, CAPTCHA appears, but after bypassing the CAPTCHA successfully the user receives a support ID with cross-origin violation.

Conditions:
- brute force with CAPTCHA mitigation enforced on login page.
- cross-origin violation is enforced on the login page.
- user fails to login until CAPTCHA appears
- user inserts the CAPTCHA correctly

Impact:
- blocking page appears.
- on the event log cross-origin violation is triggered.

Workaround:
- disable cross-origin violation enforcement.

Fix:
Fixing origin header offset in reconstruct challenge request.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1035133-4 : Statistics data are partially missing in various BIG-IQ graphs under "Monitoring" tab

Links to More Info: BT1035133

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
In various BIG-IQ GUI forms under the "Monitoring" tab (for example Monitoring -> Local Traffic -> HTTP), data for some time periods are missing.

Multiple "Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream" errors appear in BIG-IQ DCD logs under /var/log/appiq/gc_agent-manager.log

Conditions:
BIG-IP is attached to BIG-IQ, traffic volume is high

Impact:
Data in BIG-IQ are missing therefore some graphs show incorrect information

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed an issue with missing statistics.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1034941-1 : Exporting and then re-importing "some" XML policy does not load the XML content-profile properly

Links to More Info: BT1034941

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Exporting and then re-importing an existing ASM policy in XML format does not load its XML content-profile properly. An XML content-profile containing a firewall configuration shows the 'Import URL' as N/A for most .xsd files.

Conditions:
Corner case, when the second import_url value is null

Impact:
The import_url field is set as N/A for all files, except for the first one

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed incorrect XML export when we've multiple import_url in content-profile

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1034617-1 : Login/Security Banner text not showing in console login.

Links to More Info: BT1034617

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Setting the Login/Security Banner causes the banner to appear when connecting via the management port and not when connecting via the console.

Conditions:
-- The login banner is configured.
-- You log into the command line.

Impact:
Mismatch in displaying banner text with management and console logins.

Workaround:
Configure an identical banner for ssh sessions by following https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K6068.

Fix:
The banner text now displays for both management and console logins.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1034589-1 : No warning is given when a pool or trunk that was in use by an high availability (HA) Group is deleted from the configuration.

Links to More Info: BT1034589

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
It is possible to delete a Pool or Trunk from the configuration while one or more high availability (HA) Groups still reference it.

As a result, the configuration of affected high availability (HA) Groups is automatically and silently adjusted (i.e. the deleted object is no longer referenced by any high availability (HA) Group).

The lack of warning about this automatic change could lead to confusion.

Conditions:
A pool or trunk is deleted from the configuration while still being referenced from a high availability (HA) Group.

Impact:
The automatic and silent removal of the deleted object from all high availability (HA) Groups may go unnoticed by BIG-IP Administrators, with potential consequences on the failover behavior of the devices.

Fix:
A warning message is logged to /var/log/ltm, and is also presented in tmsh.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1034329-1 : SHA-512 checksums for BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) images available on downloads.f5.com

Links to More Info: BT1034329

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
SHA-512 checksums for BIG-IP Virtual Edition images are not available on downloads.f5.com.

Conditions:
You wish to perform a SHA-512 validation of the BIG-IP Virtual Edition images.

Impact:
Cannot download the SHA-512 checksum for checksums for BIG-IP Virtual Edition images.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Added SHA-512 checksum for ISOs and BIG-IP Virtual Edition images to downloads.f5.com.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1033837-1 : REST authentication tokens persist on reboot&start;

Links to More Info: K23605346, BT1033837

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
REST authentication tokens persist across reboots. Current best practices require that they be invalidated at boot.

Conditions:
-- REST authentication token in use
-- BIG-IP restarts

Impact:
REST authentication tokens are not invalidated at boot.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
REST authentication tokens are invalidated at boot. Additionally, a new db variable is introduced: httpd.matchclient which is used to validate that the IP address of the creator of the token is the only valid user of that token.

Behavior Change:
Existing REST tokens are now invalidated on boot; new tokens will need to be generated after a reboot.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1033829-3 : Unable to load Traffic Classification package

Links to More Info: BT1033829

Component: Traffic Classification Engine

Symptoms:
After installation and initial configuration, the latest Traffic Classification IM package fails to load.

Conditions:
This type of behavior is observed when the system is configured as follows,

1. LTM provisioned
2. Create virtual servers with classification profile
3. Then provision PEM module
4. Do a Hitless upgrade

Impact:
The latest Traffic Classification IM package fails to load.

Workaround:
Once the TMM is restarted after the issue, the latest IM is loaded.

Fix:
The traffic classification package now loads successfully.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1033017-1 : Policy changes learning mode to automatic after upload and sync

Links to More Info: BT1033017

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When newly created policies are synchronized, the learning states of the policies are different.

Conditions:
-- Active/Active high availability (HA) setup in sync-failover device group with ASM enabled.
-- Sync a new policy configured with disabled/manual learning mode.

Impact:
Learning mode changes from disabled to automatic on peer device after sync, so learning modes differ on the peer devices.

Workaround:
1. On the peer device, change the learning mode to disabled.
2. Push sync from the originator device.

Both devices are then in sync and policies have the same learning mode (disabled), so operations complete as expected.

Fix:
The sync operation no longer attempts to keep the learning flags enabled on the receiving device.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1032949-1 : Dynamic CRL configured with client authentication profile as "Request" causes connection termination without certificate.

Links to More Info: BT1032949

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When you configure Dynamic CRL and set the client authentication as "Request", the handshake fails when clients do not supply a certificate.

Conditions:
Clientssl profile configured with the following:

1. Dynamic CRL
2. Client Authentication enabled with "Request" option

Impact:
SSL handshake fails

Workaround:
Workaround 1:
Use Static CRL

Workaround2:
Use Client authentication with either "Require" or "Ignore"

Workaround3:
Disable TLS1.2 and below versions in the Client SSL profile.
Which means allow only TLS1.3 traffic.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1032797-1 : Tmm continuously cores when parsing custom category URLs

Links to More Info: BT1032797

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes when trying to parse more than 256 custom category URLs.

Conditions:
-- More than 256 URLs defined in custom url-category.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fix:
TMM no longer crashes and it can parse more than 256 custom category URLs.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2


1032737-2 : IPsec: tmm SIGSEGV in getlocaladdr in ikev2_initiate

Links to More Info: BT1032737

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes while passing IPsec traffic

Conditions:
Wildcard selectors are used.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Avoid the core dump by adding checks.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1032689 : UlrCat Custom db feedlist does not work for some URLs

Links to More Info: BT1032689

Component: Traffic Classification Engine

Symptoms:
The first URL getting normalized is not classified.

Conditions:
The URL contains caps or 'www' is not getting categorized in few cases.

Impact:
The 'custom' category is not displayed for all the apps available in the feedlist file.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Starting normalized lines with \n.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1032513-3 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing MRF traffic

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may consume excessive resources while processing traffic with the MRF.

Conditions:
- MRF routing enabled

Impact:
Excessive resource consumption, potentially leading to crash and failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
TMM now processes MRF traffic as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1032405-1 : TMUI XSS vulnerability CVE-2021-23037

Links to More Info: K21435974, BT1032405


1032077-1 : TACACS authentication fails with tac_author_read: short author body

Links to More Info: BT1032077

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
If a TACACS user is part of a group with 10s of attribute value pairs (AVPs) were the length of all the avp's combined is such that the authorization reply message from the TACACS server is segmented, the login will fail.

The error message that is logged when the login fails is
"tac_author_read: short author body, 4468 of 6920: Operation now in progress" Where the numbers 4468 and 6920 will vary.

Conditions:
- TACACS authentication
- TACACS user that is part of a group where the combined length of the AVPs is greater then the largest TCP segment the TACACS server is able to send.

Impact:
User is unable to login.

Workaround:
If possible, reduce the number of attributes of the TACACS group or user.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1031901-2 : In HTTP2 deployment, RST_STREAM sent to client if server in CLOSING state is picked

Links to More Info: BT1031901

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When request from client is forwarded to server which is in CLOSING state due to server sent GOAWAY but not yet close the connection, request will be failed to be forwarded to server and RST_STREAM will be sent to client

Conditions:
-- Virtual Server with HTTP2 profile
-- There is an open connection from BIG-IP to the server.
-- The server sends a GOAWAY message to the BIG-IP and the connection is kept open.
-- The client sends a request to BIG-IP, BIG-IP picks the connection mentioned above to forward the request to

Impact:
Traffic from the specific client is interrupted

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
In HTTP2 deployment, RST_STREAM is no longer sent to client if server in CLOSING state is picked

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1031609-1 : Improve nethsm-thales-install.sh and nethsm-thales-rfs-install.sh to be compatible with Entrust Client v12.60.10 package.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1031609

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Formerly Thales now nShield/Entrust has changed the directory structure of their client package and also added new libraries. Due to this change, install script will be incompatible with v12.60.10 onwards.

Conditions:
Upgrading to PKCS11 client package v12.60.10.

Impact:
The installation script will fail while extracting the package.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Extracted all the tarballs in the target directory to resolve the issue.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


1031425-3 : Provide a configuration flag to disable BGP peer-id check.

Links to More Info: BT1031425

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A fix for ID 945265 (https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID945265.html) introduced strict checking of a peer-id. This check might be not desired in some configurations.

Conditions:
EBGP peering with two routers in the same autonomous system, configured with the same peer-id.

Impact:
BIG-IP will not pass the NLRIs between two eBGP peers. The following message can be seen in debug logs:
172.20.10.18-Outgoing [RIB] Announce Check: 0.0.0.0/0 Route Remote Router-ID is same as Remote Router-ID

Workaround:
Change peer-ids to be unique on eBGP peers.

Fix:
New, neighbor-specific, af-specific configuration option is provided to allow routes to be passed to external peers sharing the same router-id. The check is done on egress, so the configuration should be changed towards the peer that is supposed to receive a route.

router bgp 100
 bgp graceful-restart restart-time 120
 neighbor as200 peer-group
 neighbor as200 remote-as 200
 neighbor as200 disable-peerid-check
 neighbor 172.20.8.16 peer-group as200
 neighbor 172.20.8.16 disable-peerid-check
 neighbor 172.20.10.18 peer-group as200
 neighbor 172.20.10.18 disable-peerid-check
 !
 address-family ipv6
 neighbor as200 activate
 neighbor as200 disable-peerid-check
 neighbor 172.20.8.16 activate
 neighbor 172.20.8.16 disable-peerid-check
 neighbor 172.20.10.18 activate
 neighbor 172.20.10.18 disable-peerid-check
 exit-address-family

When configured on a single neighbor it will cause session to be re-established.
When configured on a peer-group a manual session restart is required for changes to take effect.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1031357-2 : After reboot of standby and terminating peer, some IPsec traffic-selectors are still online

Links to More Info: BT1031357

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
HA Standby marks traffic selectors up when they are actually down on the Active device.

Conditions:
-- High availability (HA) configured and mirroring configured
-- IPsec tunnels up on Active
-- Reboot Standby
-- Standby starts correctly and all SAs are mirrored
-- Tunnel(s) go down on Active

Impact:
-- Traffic Selector is incorrectly marked up on the Standby when it is actually down on the Active.
-- While this is cosmetic, the information is misleading.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
After Standby reboot and deleting IPsec tunnels, the
traffic selectors on the Standby are marked in down state.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1031269 : TMM may consume excessive resources when processing logging profiles

Links to More Info: K17514331, BT1031269


1030881-1 : [GTM] Upgrade failure - 01070022:3: The monitor template min was not found.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1030881

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTM config load fails with the following error message:
01070022:3: The monitor template min was not found.

Conditions:
Min or required feature is applied to GTM generic host and upgrade from v15.x to v16.x.

Impact:
GTM config load fails.

Workaround:
Delete the special config for the generic host server and add it back after upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1030853-1 : Route domain IP exception is being treated as trusted (for learning) after being deleted

Links to More Info: BT1030853

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Traffic is considered trusted for learning even though a trusted IP exception was deleted.

Conditions:
Creating and deleting a route domain-specific IP exception

Impact:
Traffic learning suggestions scores are miscounted.
In automatic policy builder mode the policy can be updated by the policy builder based on the wrong score counting.

Workaround:
Stop and restart learning for the relevant policy

Fix:
When a route domain IP Exception configured for trusted learning is deleted, the upcoming suggestions scores will be calculated correctly without considering the deleted IP trusted.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1030845-1 : Time change from TMSH not logged in /var/log/audit.

Links to More Info: BT1030845

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Whenever time is changed, the message is not logged in /var/log/audit.

Conditions:
This occurs when the system time is changed manually using either the 'date' command or 'tmsh modify sys clock'.

Impact:
The time change is not logged to the audit log.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Time changes are now logged to the audit log.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1030689-1 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing Diameter traffic

Links to More Info: K82793463, BT1030689


1030645-4 : BGP session resets during traffic-group failover

Links to More Info: BT1030645

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
BGP session might be hard reset during a traffic group failover. The following log is displayed:

BGP[11111]: BGP : %BGP-5-ADJCHANGE: neighbor 1.1.1.1 Down Peer reset due to nh address change

Conditions:
Floating self-ips defined on a single vlan/subnet, with different traffic-groups configured.

Impact:
BGP session goes down during traffic-group failover.

Fix:
Soft clear is performed instead.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1030133-2 : BD core on XML out of memory

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Missing error handling in lib xml parser.

Conditions:
XML parser going out of memory.

Impact:
ASM traffic disrupted while bd restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1029949-2 : IPsec traffic selector state may show incorrect state on high availability (HA) standby device

Links to More Info: BT1029949

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
IPsec traffic selector state can be viewed in the config utility or by tmsh with the "tmsh show net ipsec traffic-selector" command. On an high availability (HA) standby device, some selector states may be incorrect.

Conditions:
-- High availability (HA) environment
-- Standby reboots or in some way, such as a tmm restart, is forced to re-learn all the mirrored IPsec security associations (SAs).

Impact:
There is no functional impact. The issue is that a selector may incorrectly appear down in one or both directions.

Workaround:
When the tunnel re-keys on the high availability (HA) active device, the selector state shows the correct value.

Fix:
IPsec traffic selectors show the correct state after the high availability (HA) standby device reboots.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1029897-1 : Malformed HTTP2 requests can be passed to HTTP/1.1 server-side pool members.

Links to More Info: K63312282, BT1029897

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The BIG-IP system may pass malicious requests to server-side pool members.

Conditions:
1. The BIG-IP LTM has one or more virtual servers configured to proxy HTTP/2 requests from the client-side to HTTP/1 requests on the server-side.
2. An HTTP/2 client sends a request with one of the following issues and the BIG-IP passes it to the server-side pool members:
a. H2.TE request line injection
   I. An HTTP/1 request embedded within an HTTP/2 pseudo-header value
   II. Individual carriage return (CR) or line feed (LF) allowed within an HTTP/2 pseudo-header
b. Request line injection (folder traps)
c. Request line injection (rule bypass)

Impact:
Malicious HTTP/2 requests can be translated to HTTP/1 requests and sent to the pool member web server. Depending on the behavior of the pool member web server, this can lead to an HTTP request smuggling attack. When the affected virtual server is configured with the OneConnect profile, an attacker might be able to impact the responses sent to a different client.

Workaround:
You can configure the BIG-IP ASM system or Advanced WAF to block an HTTP/1 request that is embedded within an HTTP/2 pseudo header value from being sent to the backend server.

Fix:
This has been fixed so that client requests are appropriately rejected by BIG-IP.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1029869-1 : Use of ha-sync script may cause gossip communications to fail

Links to More Info: BT1029869

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Using the ha-sync script on platforms in a sync-failover device group may cause gossip communications to fail.

Conditions:
This issue occurs after using the ha-sync script on devices that are in a sync-failover device-group.

Impact:
When the gossip communications fail, SSL Orchestrator will be unable to communicate iAppLX configuration from one device to the other. This can lead to deployment failures upon redeployment of SSL Orchestrator topologies.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1029689-2 : Incosnsitent username "SYSTEM" in Audit Log

Links to More Info: BT1029689

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The Security Policy Auto Log in ASM displays the system component that triggered the event. The component name is sometimes shown as 'SYSTEM', other times shown as 'System'

Conditions:
The value is "SYSTEM" when Apply Policy was initiated locally.
The value is "System" when Apply Policy was initiated by the peer unit

Impact:
Component name inconsistency causing confusion

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1029629-1 : TMM may crash while processing DNS lookups

Links to More Info: K03755971, BT1029629


1029585-1 : Use of ha-sync script may cause platforms in a sync-failover device group to fall out of sync

Links to More Info: BT1029585

Component: SSL Orchestrator

Symptoms:
Following the use of the ha-sync script on platforms in a sync-failover device group to become out of sync.

Conditions:
This can occur following the use of the ha-sync script.

Impact:
Both platforms in the sync-failover device group to fall out of sync. Forcing the admin to perform a device-group sync operation.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1029397-4 : Tmm may crash with SIP-ALG deployment in a particular race condition

Links to More Info: BT1029397

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes in SIP-ALG deployment, when lsn DB callback is returned from a different tmm, and the SIP connection has been lost on tmm where the REGISTER request arrived.

Conditions:
--- SIP-ALG is deployed
--- Processing of SIP REGISTER message at server side
--- lsn DB entry is mapped to a different tmm

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts

Workaround:
NA

Fix:
Tmm no longer crashes in this race condition

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1028969-1 : An unused traffic-selector can prevent an IKEv2 IPsec tunnel from working

Links to More Info: BT1028969

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
If both IKEv1 and IKEv2 try to listen to the same self IP address on the BIG-IP for a local tunnel IP address, only one can win, and previously a v2 ike-peer would be blocked if a v1 listener managed to get installed first.

If a partial tunnel config exists, with no ike-peer and only ipsec-policy and traffic-selector definitoins, this is understood to be IKEv1 implicitly, by default, and will install a v1 listener for the IP address and port.

Then if a fully configured ike-peer is added using IKEv2, it can fail to establish the required listener for v2 when an existing v1 listener is squatting on that IP address.

Conditions:
Conflict between IKEv2 and IKEv1 on the same IP address when:

-- a v2 ike-peer has local tunnel IP address X

-- a v1 ike-peer, or a traffic-selector with no peer at all, has the same local IP address X

Impact:
An IKEv2 tunnel can fail to negotiate when v2 packets cannot be received on a local IP address because a listener for IPsec cannot be established on that IP address.

Workaround:
You can avoid conflict between v1 and v2 by:

-- removing a traffic-selector not in use (which is v1)

-- avoiding use of the same local IP in both v1 and v2 definitions of ike-peer

Fix:
The fix gives precedence to IKEv2, so any pre-existing IKEv1 listener is simply removed from an IP address whenever a v2 listener is desired for that IP address.

This means IKEv1 can never be negotiated on a local IP address which is also in use by an IKEv2 ike-peer.

Importantly, this fix may cause tunnels to be permanently down after an upgrade. Prior to this change it was possible to have IKEv1 and IKEv2 tunnels working on the same self IP, but in that scenario some tunnels would intermittently fail to establish and the success of the tunnel establishment depended on whether the BIG-IP was the Initiator. IKEv1 and IKEv2 tunnels on the same self IP may still work after this change, but are not considered a valid or supported config by F5.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1028773-1 : Support for DNS Over TLS

Links to More Info: BT1028773

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
The BIG-IP system does not have support for DNS over TLS (DoT).

Conditions:
This is encountered if you wish to combine a clientssl profile with the dns profile on a virtual server.

Impact:
Performance is degraded.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Clients can now initiate DNS over TLS requests to virtual servers that have the clientssl and dns profiles attached.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1028669-7 : Python vulnerability: CVE-2019-9948

Links to More Info: K28622040, BT1028669


1028573-6 : Perl vulnerability: CVE-2020-10878

Links to More Info: K40508224, BT1028573


1028497-7 : libexpat vulnerability: CVE-2019-15903

Links to More Info: K05295469, BT1028497


1028473-1 : URL sent with trailing slash might not be matched in ASM policy

Links to More Info: BT1028473

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Request sent to a specific URL with added trailing slash may not be handled according to expected policy.

Conditions:
-- Request is sent with URL containing trailing slash.
-- Security policy contains the same URL, but without slash.

Impact:
URL enforcement is not done according to expected rules.

Workaround:
Add configuration for same URL with added trailing slash.

Fix:
URL with trailing slash is now handled as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1028269-2 : Device using CGNAT + subscriber discovery license shows unknown for pem_subscriber-id.

Links to More Info: BT1028269

Component: Carrier-Grade NAT

Symptoms:
On a BIG-IP device configured with CGNAT + subscriber discovery license, the LSN log shows "unknown" for the pem_subscriber-id field.

Conditions:
-- PEM and CGNAT enabled
-- RADIUS and CGNAT traffic are in different route domains

Impact:
LSN log shows "unknown" for the pem_subscriber-id field.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Subscriber-id now shows correctly in the LSN log after it is added with CGNAT provisioned check in subscriber-discovery.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1028109-1 : Detected attack signature is reported with the wrong context.

Links to More Info: BT1028109

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A detected attack signature on a multipart request might be reported with the wrong context.

Conditions:
Attack signature is detected in a multipart request.

Impact:
Reporting of the signature might contain the wrong context.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
All detected signatures on multipart requests are reported with the correct context.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1027657-4 : Monitor scheduling is sometimes inconsistent for "require M from N" monitor rules.

Links to More Info: BT1027657

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Inconsistent monitor intervals for resource monitoring.

Conditions:
"require M from N" monitor rules configured.

Impact:
Monitor status flapping.

Workaround:
Do not use "require M from N" monitor rules.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1027217-1 : Script errors in Network Access window using browser.

Links to More Info: BT1027217

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
1. Users may receive JavaScript errors in their browser when starting Network Access resources.
2. User resources may fail to display when accessing a Full webtop.
3. When logging out, users may be redirected to https://apm-virtual-server/vdesk/undefined and get a blank page
4. Logon Page from SWG Policies may fail to display inside a browser.

Conditions:
The issue can be observed with at least one of these conditions.

1. Accessing APM virtual server using a browser.
2. Accessing APM resources via a Full webtop.
3. Starting APM resources via a Full webtop.
4. Accessing Logon Page in SWG deployment.

Impact:
1. Users cannot start Network Access resources.
2. Users are unable to logout properly from full webtop.
3. Logon page is not rendered and users will not be able to access resources.

Workaround:
1. Log into BIG-IP.
2. mount -o remount,rw /usr/.
3. Add "response_chunking 2" to _tmm_apm_portal_http in "/usr/lib/tmm/tmm_base.tcl" Example:

profile http _tmm_apm_portal_http {
    max_header_size 32768
    max_header_count 64
    known_methods "CONNECT DELETE GET HEAD LOCK OPTIONS POST PROPFIND PUT TRACE UNLOCK"
    response_chunking 2
}

4. Restart tmm once the above param is added.
5. Garbage values in JavaScript aren't inserted after this change.
6. Remount the /usr directory as read-only.
  mount -o remount,ro /usr/
-------------------------

Fix:
The logon page now renders correctly, resources are properly displayed on the webtop, you can start resources without JavaScript errors, and you no longer receive blank pages when logging out.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1026605-6 : When bigd.mgmtroutecheck is enabled monitor probes may be denied for non-mgmt routes

Links to More Info: BT1026605

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When bigd.mgmtroutecheck is enabled and monitors are configured in a non-default route-domain, bigd may calculate the interface index incorrectly. This can result in monitor probes improperly being denied when they egress a non-mgmt VLAN. Or monitor probes might be allowed to egress the management interface

Conditions:
-- Bigd.mgmtroutecheck is enabled.
-- Monitor probes in a non-default route domain
-- More than one VLAN configured in the route-domain

Impact:
Monitor probes may be denied even thought they egress a non-mgmt VLAN.

Monitor probes may be improperly allowed out a mgmt interface.

/var/log/ltm:
err bigd.0[19431]: 01060126:3: Health check would route via mgmt port, node fc02:0:0:b::1%1. Check routing table.

bigd debug log:
:(_do_ping): probe denied; restricted egress device and route check [ tmm?=false td=true tr=false addr=fc02:0:0:b::1%1:0 srcaddr=none ]

Workaround:
Disable bigd.mgmtroutecheck, reduce the number of VLANs inside the route-domain

Fix:
The Bigd interface index is now calculated properly

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1026549-1 : Incorrect BIG-IP Virtual Edition interface state changes may be communicated to mcpd

Links to More Info: BT1026549

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
For some BIG-IP Virtual Edition drivers, TMM may occasionally communicate an incorrect interface state change that might cause the interface to flap.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP Virtual Edition using ixlv, ixvf, mlx5, or xnet drivers.
-- More TMMs and interfaces configured make this issue more likely to happen, but it happens randomly.

Impact:
In the case where the interface is part of a trunk a flap will occur when this happens.

There may be other as-yet unknown impacts for this issue.

Workaround:
Use a different VE driver than one of the ones listed above.

Fix:
BIG-IP Virtual Edition drivers no longer communicate incorrect interface states to mcpd.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1026005-1 : BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) does NOT preserve the order of NICs 5-10 defined in the VMware ESXi hypervisor and NSXT platforms.

Links to More Info: BT1026005

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The ordering of NICs 5-10 in VMware ESXi is based on PCI coordinates for the first boot and the order is ensured based on the /etc/ethmap script written by the kernel during initialization. BIG-IP VE does not follow/maintain the NIC order defined in the VMware ESXi hypervisor.

Conditions:
Using 5-10 interfaces, swap/remove/add an interface at the hypervisor level.

Impact:
When using 5-10 NICs in VMware ESXi and NSXT platforms, automation is prohibited due to BIG-IP VE not maintaining the NIC order defined in the hypervisor.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Enabled BIG-IP VE scripts to honor the NIC order defined by the user in the VMware ESXi hypervisor and NSXT platforms.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1025529-2 : TMM generates core when iRule executes a nexthop command and SIP traffic is sent

Links to More Info: BT1025529

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
If an iRule uses the 'nexthop' command to select a VLAN for a virtual server, TMM may crash.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server with SIP profile and iRule that executes a 'nexthop' command
-- SIP network traffic occurs

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while TMM restarts.

Workaround:
Avoid using 'nexthop vlan' in an iRule in a SIP environment.

Fix:
iRule creation does not cause any TMM core.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


1025261-3 : Restjavad uses more resident memory in control plane after software upgrade

Links to More Info: BT1025261

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Restjavad immediately reserves more memory and the process size (as shown by RSS) increases.

(Note the process name displays as 'java', but there are multiple independent Java processes on the system. The parent process of restjavad is 'runsv restjavad', and the command line arguments may have 'logging' in them.)

For restjavad with the default size, the increase is usually 200 MB-300 MB.

The increase is particularly apparent where restjavad.useextramb is set to the value 'true' and provision.extramb is set to a high value but restjavad had not required that much extra memory previously.

Conditions:
After upgrading to a BIG-IP software version with the fix for ID 776393 ( https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID1025261.html ), where more memory has been allocated for restjavad.

Impact:
The memory Resident Set Size (RSS) of the restjavad process will be larger than needed, possibly constricting other processes in the control plane.

Workaround:
If restjavad.useextramb is set to value true you may find that if only a small amount of restjavad memory was required (~192 MB or less) that it can be set to false.

This is because the default size of restjavad has increased by 192 MB.

Restart restjavad after the change.

Fix:
A new sys DB variable, provision.restjavad.extramb has been introduced to allow finer-grained control of restjavad memory.

It takes effect only if sys db restjavad.useextramb is true. It can be used to set restjavad heap size both above and below the default heap size of 384 MB.

Behavior Change:
A new sys DB variable, provision.restjavad.extramb has been introduced to allow finer-grained control of restjavad memory.

The variable is particularly useful when you need restjavad to be slightly bigger and also need a much larger provision.extramb without most of that being taken by restjavad.

For the variable to take effect, sys db restjavad.useextramb must be set to 'true'; otherwise, default memory values are used.

The variable sets the heap size, and defaults to and has a minimum value of 192 MB.

If the value of provision.restjavad.extramb is set above a certain cap value, the heap size will be set to the cap value. In this release, the cap value 384 MB + 80% of provision.extramb.

So with restjavad.useextramb set to 'true', you can set the restjavad heap size from 192 MB to 384 MB + 80% of provision.extramb using the provision.restjavad.extramb variable.

After changing value of provision.restjavad.extramb, restart restjavad to enable the change in memory size:

bigstart restart restjavad

Or on multi-blade systems:

clsh bigstart restart restjavad

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1024841-2 : SSL connection mirroring with ocsp connection failure on standby

Links to More Info: BT1024841

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
SSL connection mirroring with ocsp stapling connection failure on standby, active completes handshake with delay.

Conditions:
SSL connection mirroring with ocsp stapling

Impact:
Handshake delay on active

Workaround:
Disable ocsp stapling or ssl connection mirroring

Fix:
SSL connection mirroring handshake with ocsp stapling completes normally.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1024761-1 : HTTP adds Transfer-Encoding and terminating chunk to responses that cannot have a body

Links to More Info: BT1024761

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When rechunking is requested, HTTP responses with methods or status codes indicating that no body be present (like HEAD or 304) are receiving a Transfer-Encoding header and a terminating chunk. These responses should not have a body of any sort.

Conditions:
HTTP virtual server with rewrite profile present with the server that does HTTP caching.

Impact:
HTTP clients are unable to connect.

Workaround:
Remove the rewrite profile.

Possibly change http profile response-chunking from sustain to unchunk. This resolves the issue for the 304, but means that all other requests are changed from either chunking or unchunked with Content-Length header to unchunked without Content-Length and with "Connection: Close".

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1024661-3 : SCTP forwarding flows based on VTAG for bigproto

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Sometimes SCTP traffic is unidirectionally dropped on one link after an SCTP link down occurs.

Conditions:
-- SCTP configured and BIG-IP is passing traffic
-- A link goes down

Impact:
Flow creation on the wrong TMM and some traffic is dropped.

Workaround:
Disable SCTP flow redirection.
tmm.sctp.redirect_packets == disable

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1024621-4 : Re-establishing BFD session might take longer than expected.

Links to More Info: BT1024621

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
It might take a few minutes for a BFD session to come up. During this time you will notice session state transition multiple times between 'Admin Down' <-> 'Down'.

Conditions:
BFD peer trying to re-establish a session with BIG-IP, choosing ephemeral ports dis-aggregating to different TMMs.

Impact:
It might take a few minutes for a BFD session to come up.

Workaround:
Increasing Tx/Rx timers will minimize a chance of hitting the problem (For example 1000 TX/RX)

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1024437-6 : Urldb index building fails to open index temp file

Links to More Info: BT1024437

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
The following error message shows up in /var/log/urldbmgr-trace.log:

THREAD: 2CDD4700; ERROR; WsFileOpen: Could not open file /var/urldb/staging/current/host.6417.byte.dat.003
THREAD: 2CDD4700; ERROR; WsIndexBuilderOpenFile: Failed to open index file /var/urldb/staging/current/host.6417.byte.dat.003.
THREAD: 2CDD4700; ERROR; WsHostIndexV7OpenFile: Failed to open Host index file /var/urldb/staging/current/host.6417.byte.dat.003.
THREAD: 2CDD4700; ERROR; WsHostIndexV7BuildProcessTempFiles: Failed to open host index temp file

As a result of this error, some requested URL category lookups return "Uncategorized".

Conditions:
The error can happen during index building after a new primary URLDB is downloaded.

Impact:
Some websites are categorized as "Uncategorized"

Workaround:
1) Stop urldbmgrd:
    bigstart stop urldb urldbmgrd

2) Delete databases:
    rm -rf /var/urldb/master/
    rm -rf /var/urldb/rtu/

3) Start urldbmgrd:
    bigstart start urldb urldbmgrd
 
4) Force database download:
   - tmsh command: "modify sys url-db download-schedule urldb download-now true", or
   - Admin GUI: Access >> Secure Web Gateway >> Database Settings >> Database Download >> Download Now
 
Databases will re-download and index.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1024225-3 : BIG-IP sends "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" to http/2 client after HEAD request

Links to More Info: BT1024225

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
BIG-IP proxying http2 -> http1.1. In response to a HEAD request, pool member sends response with "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" header without chunked payload. BIG-IP sends "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" header back to http2 client which generates RST_STREAM, PROTOCOL_ERROR. According to RFC 7450 a proxy SHOULD remove such headers.

Conditions:
1) H2 <-> H1 is configured on virtual server
2) HEAD request over http2->http1.1 gateway getting chunked response.

Impact:
Http2 connection is reset

Workaround:
iRule to remove "Transfer-Encoding: Chunked" header from response.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1024101-1 : SWG as a Service license improvements

Links to More Info: BT1024101

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
SWG sessions maxed out and the SWG license is not released until the APM session is ended.

Conditions:
SWG and APM are in use.

Impact:
SWG sessions are tied to APM sessions and can reach the limit and not be recycled even if the APM session is not actively using SWG.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed an issue with SWG session tracking.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1, 16.1.3


1024029-2 : TMM may crash when processing traffic with per-session APM Access Policy

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, TMM may crash while processing traffic with per-session APM Access Policy rules.

Conditions:
- APM provisioned
- Per-Request APM Access Policy enabled

Impact:
TMM crash leading to a failover event.

Workaround:
Remove all perflow vars like %{perflow.*} from per session APM policy

Fix:
TMM now processes traffic with APM as expected.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1023993-4 : Brute Force is not blocking requests, even when auth failure happens multiple times

Links to More Info: BT1023993

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Send traffic with multiple Authorization headers in the request after configuring the brute force. The traffic will not be blocked, when it is supposed to be.

Conditions:
When there is more than one Authorization header present in the requests.

Impact:
Brute force is possible with specially crafted requests having multiple Authorization headers and will be able to bypass brute force checks.

Workaround:
Enable "Illegal repeated header violation" and configure Authorization header repeated occurrence to disallow.

Fix:
ASM detects the brute force attempt with multiple Authorization headers in the request.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1023721 : iapp_restricted_key not available on fresh installation and overwrites the peer device's master key during config sync

Links to More Info: BT1023721

Component: iApp Technology

Symptoms:
Config sync of a deployment fails for SSL Orchestrator or Application Guided Config applications.

There is an error in /var/log/restjavad.0.log:

java.lang.Exception: Failed to find key com.f5.rest.common.RestRequestSender$HttpException: java.net.ProtocolException: status:404, body:{"code":404,"message":"Object not found - /Common/iappKey","errorStack":[],...

Conditions:
-- Recently formed device service cluster
-- Deploying SSL Orchestrator or AGC and triggering a config sync for the first time

Impact:
Secure Storage will not secure restricted_properties with the correct master key which will raise issues with encryption/decryption of data.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
iapp_restricted_key object should be synced properly during config sync

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1023437-1 : Buffer overflow during attack with large HTTP Headers

Component: Anomaly Detection Services

Symptoms:
When the HTTP Headers are larger than 1024 characters and one of the anomalous textual headers is located after 1024, a buffer overflow might occur.

Conditions:
HTTP or TLS Signature protection is activated and during attack anomalous request arrives.

Impact:
Most of the time results in bad characters in the signature name, more rarely results in Memory Access Violation which could be exploited as buffer overflow attack.

Fix:
Enforce HTTP metadata size limit to be within the first 1024 characters of the HTTP Headers payload.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1023365-2 : SSL server response could be dropped on immediate client shutdown.

Links to More Info: BT1023365

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
SSL server response might be dropped if peer shutdown arrives before the server response.

Conditions:
-- the virtual server is using a Server SSL profile
-- the client sends FIN/ACK before the server responds

Impact:
The response from the pool member may be dropped.

Workaround:
N/A.

Fix:
Serverssl response now received after peer shutdown

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1023341-1 : HSM hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, HSM interactions do not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- HSM in use

Impact:
Certain HSM interactions do not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
HSM interactions now follow current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.1


1022757-2 : Tmm core due to corrupt list of ike-sa instances for a connection

Links to More Info: BT1022757

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Tmm generates a core when a corrupt list of ike-sa instances is processed.

Conditions:
Deletion of an expired ike-sa.

Impact:
Restart of tmm and re-negotiation of IPsec tunnels. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The internal list data structure has been reorganized to use fewer entities in less-complex relationships. This makes it less likely for a corrupted list to occur, so this issue is less likely to occur.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1022637-1 : A partition other than /Common may fail to save the configuration to disk

Links to More Info: BT1022637

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
A mismatch between the running-configuration (i.e. what is returned by "tmsh list ...") and the saved-configuration (i.e. what is stored in the flat configuration files) for a partition other than /Common, despite a "tmsh save config" operation was just performed (either by the user or as a result of a config-sync).

Conditions:
- One or more partitions other than /Common exist on the system.

- One or more of said partitions have no more configuration objects defined in them (i.e. are empty).

- A config save operation similar to "tmsh save sys config partitions { Common part1 [...] }" occurs, either manually initiated by an Administrator or as a result of a config-sync operation (in which case the device-group must be configured for manual synchronization).

Impact:
Should a BIG-IP Administrator notice the mismatch, the only immediate impact is confusion as to why the config save operation was not effective.

However, as the flat config files are now out-of-date, performing a config load operation on a unit in this state will resurrect old configuration objects that had been previously deleted.

On an Active unit, this may affect traffic handling. On a redundant pair, there is the risk that the resurrected objects may make it to the Active unit after a future config-sync operation.

Workaround:
If you notice the mismatch, you can resolve it by performing a config save operation for all partitions (i.e. "tmsh save sys config").

Fix:
Non /Common partitions now get saved to disk as intended.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1022625-2 : Profile type 'swg-transparent' should be selected on create page when 'create-new' is selected for SwgAsService in SSL Orchestrator

Links to More Info: BT1022625

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When creating a new service, certain default access profiles are not automatically selected.

Conditions:
1. SSL Orchestrator + APM + SWG provisioned
2. Select 'create-new' for access profile drop-down when adding a SwgAsService in SSL Orchestrator

A new tab opens with the profile creation page, but the access profile type drop-down does not have any type selected.

Impact:
When adding a SwgAsService in SSL Orchestrator, the only supported access profile type is SWG-Transparent, hence it should be automatically selected.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed an issue with automatic profile selection.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1


1022493-4 : Slow file descriptor leak in urldbmgrd (sockets open over time)

Links to More Info: BT1022493

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Unix domain sockets are opened and never closed in urldbmgrd. This is a very slow leak over time.

Conditions:
SWG or URLDB is provisioned.

Impact:
Urldbmgrd may hit a limit of open file descriptors, and may eventually core and restart. When urldbmgrd restarts, urldb also restarts. This may result in a momentary instant where URL categorization is not available.

Workaround:
Restarting urldbmgrd will clear the open file descriptors. Performing a forced restart during a time of no traffic will mitigate the risk of urldbmgrd restarting at an inconvenient time if there are too many sockets open.

"bigstart restart urldbmgrd" will restart the daemon.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1022453-4 : IPv6 fragments are dropped when packet filtering is enabled.

Links to More Info: BT1022453

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
IPv6 fragments are dropped when packet filtering is enabled.

Conditions:
Packet filtering is enabled and the system is processing IPv6 fragments.

Impact:
Some or all of the fragments of an IPv6 packet are lost.

Workaround:
Disable packet filtering

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1022417-1 : Ike stops with error ikev2_send_request: [WINDOW] full window

Links to More Info: BT1022417

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
IKE SAs will be lost.

Conditions:
A failover occurs while IKE is sending DPD to the peer, and the reply is received by the newly active BIG-IP.

Multiple failovers can increase the likelihood that this occurs.

Impact:
IKE SAs may be deleted and there will be traffic loss.

Workaround:
Increase in DPD interval to reduce the probability of occurrence of the issue.

Fix:
Fixed an issue where IKE SAs were being lost during failover events.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1022269-1 : False positive RFC compliant violation

Links to More Info: BT1022269

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
False positive RFC compliant violation.

Conditions:
Authorization header with specific types.

Impact:
False positive violations.

Workaround:
Turn on an internal parameter:
 
/usr/share/ts/bin/add_del_internal add ignore_authorization_header_decode_failure 1

Fix:
Added tolerance to the authorization headers parser.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2


1021773-1 : Mcpd core.

Links to More Info: BT1021773

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Mcpd crashes and leaves a core file.

Conditions:
This issue can occur if BIG-IP fails to allocate huge pages, which can occur during module provisioning.

Impact:
Mcpd crashes and the system goes into an inoperative state.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1021713-1 : TMM may crash when processing AFM NAT64 policy

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM may crash or become unstable after producing the error:

Enabling NAT64 for virtual server (/Common/test) with security NAT policy configured is redundant/not required.

Conditions:
Either of the following configurations:

-- NAT64 enabled and AFM NAT64 policy attached.
-- security-nat-policy attached and NAT64 disabled.

Impact:
TMM may crash, leading to a traffic interruption and failover event.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
The system now handles these configurations.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2


1021637-4 : In some cases BD enforces CSRF on all URLs, ignoring CSRF URLs

Links to More Info: BT1021637

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
CSRF is sometimes enforced on URLs that do not match the CSRF URLs list

Conditions:
ASM policy with CSRF settings

Impact:
URLs that do not match the CSRF URLs list can be blocked due to CSRF violation.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1021521-1 : JSON Schema is not enforced if OpenAPI media-type is wild card.

Links to More Info: BT1021521

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
If the openAPI configuration contains a wildcard media type for an endpoint, ASM does not enforce the JSON schema for requests with a JSON payload.

Conditions:
Create an OpenAPI policy with media type set to wildcard.

Impact:
ASM doesn't enforce JSON schema validation for HTTP requests containing a JSON payload.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Provided fix and verified

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1021485-3 : VDI desktops and apps freeze with Vmware and Citrix intermittently

Links to More Info: BT1021485

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
VMware VDI:
Blank screen is seen while opening remote desktop when VDI is configured with VMware.

Citrix:
Desktop freezes immediately after opening remote desktop when VDI is configured with Citrix.

Conditions:
VMware VDI:
-- VDI is configured with VMware
-- Desktop or App is launched using native client from Webtop.
wait till 2X inactivity timeout if inactivity timeout

Citrix:
-- VDI is configured with Citrix
-- Desktop or App is launched using native client from Webtop.
-- Configure Inactivity timeout to 0.

Impact:
VDI desktops freeze while opening or immediately after opening.
The following error is seen in APM logs:
"Session stats update failed: ERR_NOT_FOUND"

Workaround:
No

Fix:
Users should not experience any intermittent desktop freeze.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1021481-1 : 'http-tunnel' and 'socks-tunnel' (which are internal interfaces) should be hidden.

Links to More Info: BT1021481

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The Linux command 'ifconfig' or 'ip a' shows two devices 'http-tunnel' and 'socks-tunnel' that are for TMM internal use only.

Conditions:
These interfaces show up regardless of the BIG-IP configuration.

Impact:
As long as these devices are not used there is no impact aside from possibly causing confusion. Any attempt to use those devices from a host process fails or produces unpredictable results. These devices should not be exposed on the Linux host.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
The devices 'http-tunnel' and 'sock-tunnel' no longer show up on the Linux host.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1021417-1 : Modifying GTM pool members with replace-all-with results in pool members with order 0

Links to More Info: BT1021417

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
GTMpool has multiple members with order 0.

Conditions:
There is an overlap for the pool members for the command replace-all-with and the pool members to be replaced.

Impact:
Multiple pool members have the same order.

Workaround:
Perform this procedure:
1. Delete all pool members from the GTM pool.
2. Use replace-all-with.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1021061-4 : Config fails to load for large config on platform with Platform FIPS license enabled

Links to More Info: BT1021061

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Config fails to load.

Conditions:
-- Platforms with Platform FIPS license enabled.
-- There are several ways to encounter this. One is with a large GTM (DNS) configuration that requires extending the gtmd stats file.

Impact:
Config file fails to load. For the gtmd configuration, gtmd repeatedly logs error messages similar to:

err gtmd[14954]: 011af002:3: TMSTAT error 'Invalid argument' creating row '/Common/vs_45_53' in table 'gtm_vs_stat'

For merged daemon, reports messages similar to:
err merged[9166]: 011b0900:3: TMSTAT error tmstat_row_create: Invalid argument.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1020957-1 : HTTP response may be truncated by the BIG-IP system

Links to More Info: BT1020957

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Web pages are not rendered properly; HTTP responses are truncated when traversing the BIG-IP system.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server with an HTTP profile
-- HTTP server generates a compressed response
-- BIG-IP system determines that it must decompress the payload, e.g., a rewrite profile attached to the virtual server

Impact:
HTTP responses are truncated when passing through the BIG-IP system.

Workaround:
One of the following:

-- Add an HTTP Compression profile to the virtual server, and ensure that 'Keep Accept-Encoding' is not selected.
-- Use an iRule to remove the Accept-Encoding header from requests, e.g.:

ltm rule workaround {
    when HTTP_REQUEST {
        HTTP::header remove Accept-Encoding
    }
}

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1020789-4 : Cannot deploy a four-core vCMP guest if the remaining cores are in use.

Links to More Info: BT1020789

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When trying to deploy a vCMP guest on an i11800 vCMP host using four or more cores while all of the other cores are in use, the following error message may be seen:

err mcpd[<pid>]: 0107131f:3: Could not allocate vCMP guest (<guest_name>) because fragmented resources

--------------------------------------------------
one more similar issue has raised for 8 guests allocation failure

When trying to deploy a eight core guest on an i11800 vCMP host where four 2 cores are in use, the following error message may be seen:

0107131f:3: Could not allocate vCMP guest (guest-8cores-A) because fragmented resources

Conditions:
-- VCMP provisioned and all or most cores are in use.
-- Attempt to deploy a guest.

This is more likely to occur with vCMP guests that use four or more cores.

Impact:
All of the available cores cannot be used.

Workaround:
You may be able to work around this by deploying the largest guests first, then any remaining 2-core guests.

There is currently no other fix.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2


1020717-4 : Policy versions cleanup process sometimes removes newer versions

Links to More Info: BT1020717

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The policy versions cleanup process sometimes removes versions in incorrect order. Newer versions are removed while older versions are preserved.

Conditions:
"maxSizeOfSavedVersions" configuration parameter in "/etc/ts/tools/policy_history.cfg" has very low value.

Impact:
Newer versions are removed.

Workaround:
increase value of "maxSizeOfSavedVersions" configuration parameter in "/etc/ts/tools/policy_history.cfg"

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1020705-2 : tmsh show analytics dos-l3 report view-by attack-id" shows "allowed-requests-per-second" instead "attack_type_name

Links to More Info: BT1020705

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
Output of "tmsh show analytics dos-l3 report view-by attack-id" command has changed from version 13.x to 15.x. "Attack type" was removed from the system, so it was automatically replaced by the first metric "allowed-requests-per-second". For DOS L3 "Attack type" was replaced by "Vector Name" but it currently is not shown in the report along wit "Attack ID"

Conditions:
AFM is provisioned

Impact:
This change might cause scripts to fail if they use the name of the field.

Workaround:
1) edit /etc/avr/monpd/monp_dosl3_entities.cfg file. Change [dosl3_attack_id] section the following way: add 'vector_name' to measures list and add an additional parameter 'default_measure' as specified below :

[dosl3_attack_id]
...
measures=allowed_requests_per_sec,count,drop_per_sec,drop_count,total_per_sec,total_count,attacks_count,attack_type_name,category_name,vip_name,period,vector_name
default_measure=vector_name
...

2) edit /etc/avr/monpd/monp_dosl3_measures.cfg file. Add in the end the following section:

[vector_name]
id=vector_crc
formula=IF(count(distinct FACT.vector_crc)>1,'Aggregated',attack_vector_str)
merge_formula=IF(count(distinct vector_name)>1,'Aggregated',vector_name)
dim=AVR_DIM_DOS_VIS_ATTACKS_VECTOR
dim_id=attack_vector_crc
tmsh_display_name=vector-name
display_name=Vector
comulative=false
priority=65

3) restart the BIG-IP system: bigstart restart

After the system is up you can apply the same tmsh command: "tmsh show analytics dos-l3 report view-by attack-id"
You will get a result similar to 13.x. Note that "attack_type_name" is replaced by "vector-name"

Fix:
Workaround applied as fix.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.3.1, 16.1.2


1020645 : When HTTP CONNECT is sent, iRule event HTTP_RESPONSE_RELEASE is not triggered

Links to More Info: BT1020645

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In an explicit proxy configuration when an HTTP request is sent to an HTTPS destination server via proxy, the HTTP CONNECT method is sent, but the iRule event HTTP_RESPONSE_RELEASE is not fired.

Conditions:
- Simple HTTP explicit proxy virtual server
- An HTTP request from the client is sent to an 'https://' destination server

Impact:
iRule event HTTP_RESPONSE_RELEASE does not get triggered.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
When HTTP CONNECT is sent, the iRule event HTTP_RESPONSE_RELEASE is now triggered.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.3.1


1020549-1 : Server-side connections stall with zero window with OneConnect profile

Links to More Info: BT1020549

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Serverside connections from pool member to BIG-IP hang, with the BIG-IP advertising a TCP zero window.

Conditions:
-- Virtual server with OneConnect profile
-- The BIG-IP applies flow-control to the serverside connection (e.g. the server's response to the BIG-IP is faster than the BIG-IP's forwarding the response to the client)
-- The serverside connection is subsequently re-used

Impact:
Serverside connections hang in the middle of data transfer, and will eventually time out.

Workaround:
If possible, remove the OneConnect profile from the virtual server.

Note: removing a OneConnect profile may cause problems with persistence, as described in
K7964: The BIG-IP system may appear to ignore persistence information for Keep-Alive connections (https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K7964)

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1020377-1 : Missing IKEv2 listeners can send IKE packets to the IKEv1 racoon daemon

Links to More Info: BT1020377

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
If an IKEv2 tunnel terminates with an error condition, afterward it is possible for IKE packets to be received by the IKEv1 racoon daemon, which is listening to local host (i.e 127.0.0.1) on ports 500 and 4500.

Conditions:
To get the problem to occur, you may need these details:

-- an IKEv2 config where traffic selector narrowing happens
-- termination of an IKEv2 tunnel with an error condition
-- some other BIG-IP service using the same local self IP

Packets can reach the IKEv1 racoon daemon only when some BIG-IP service uses bigself as the proxy, which forwards packets to localhost (127.0.0.1) with the same port number. So even if no IKEv1 config is present for a local self IP, if some other BIG-IP service also uses bigself as a proxy, this can forward IKE packets to localhost as well.

Impact:
The IKEv2 tunnel does not get renegotiated, because IKE packets reach the IKEv1 daemon, which ignores them, because the proper listener to handle IKEv2 is missing. As a result, tunnel service is interrupted.

Workaround:
Deleting and re-adding the problematic ike-peer and traffic-selector should bring back IPsec support for that tunnel.

If the initiating and responding sides of the tunnel have identical traffic-selector proposals, then narrowing should not happen, and this would also prevent the problem in the first place.

Fix:
BIG-IP systems now manage and handle multiple references to the same listener in a more rigorous way, so the IKEv2 listener cannot go away while it is still needed.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1020337-2 : DNS msg_ObjType can cause buffer overrun due to lack of NUL terminator

Links to More Info: BT1020337

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Tmm cores with umem debug enabled.

Conditions:
A string operation is performed against DNS resource records (RRs) from DNSMSG::section in an iRule.

Impact:
Tmm memory corruption. In some situations, tmm might crash. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use string operations against DNS RRs returned from DNSMSG::section.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1019853-1 : Some signatures are not matched under specific conditions

Links to More Info: K30911244, BT1019853

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Some signatures are not matched, attacking traffic may pass through.

Conditions:
- Undisclosed signature conditions

Impact:
Attacking traffic can bypass the WAF.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Signatures are now matched as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1019829-2 : Configsync.copyonswitch variable is not functioning on reboot

Links to More Info: BT1019829

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Configsync.copyonswitch variable is not functioning properly during reboot to another partition

Conditions:
-- db variable configsync.copyonswitch modified
-- hostname is changed in global-settings
-- reboot to another partition

Impact:
The hostname will be changed back to the default hostname after reboot

Fixed Versions:
16.1.1


1019721-1 : Wrong representation of JSON/XML validation files in template based (minimal) JSON policy export

Links to More Info: BT1019721

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When exporting template-based (minimal) JSON policy with profiles and associated validation files, the resulting configuration is wrong.
 - Configuration for the JSON validation file is missing from the exported policy
 - The JSON profile associated validation file has the name but no content

Conditions:
Export a minimal JSON policy with JSON/XML validation files associated to the JSON/XML profile.

Impact:
Error due to wrong configuration of the validation file during import.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1019613-5 : Unknown subscriber in PBA deployment may cause CPU spike

Links to More Info: BT1019613

Component: Carrier-Grade NAT

Symptoms:
in PBA deployment, a CPU spike may be observed if the subscriber-id log is enabled and the subscriber-id is unknown.

Conditions:
-- PBA configuration
-- Address translation persistent is enabled
-- Subscriber-id log is enabled
-- There is an unknown subscriber

Impact:
Overall system capacity reduces.

Workaround:
Disable subscriber-id logging.

Fix:
Unknown subscriber in PBA deployment no longer causes a CPU spike.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1019609-1 : No Error logging when BIG-IP device's IP address is not added in client list on netHSM.&start;

Links to More Info: BT1019609

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
"Ensure BIG-IP's IP address is added to the client list"
error log is not displayed, despite the BIG-IP not being added to the client list in Thales/nShield/Entrust HSM.

Conditions:
BIG-IP is not added to the client list in Thales/nShield/Entrust HSM.

Impact:
Difficult to debug the error condition to due lack of error message

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Grep error text information on stderror stream now works.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


1019357-2 : Active fails to resend ipsec ikev2_message_id_sync if no response received

Links to More Info: BT1019357

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
In high availability (HA) setup, after failover, the newly active BIG-IP device, will send ikev2_message_id_sync messages to the other device.

If the BIG-IP device did not receive a response, it has to retransmit the packet. Some of the IKE tunnels are trying to retransmitting the packet, but its not going out of BIG-IP due to wrong state of relation between IKE tunnel and connection flow.

After 5 retries, it marks the peer as down, and the IKE tunnel is deleted.

Conditions:
-- High availability (HA) environment
-- IKE tunnels configured
-- A failover occurs

Impact:
Traffic loss.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fetch latest connection flow during retransmission of IKE/IPSEC packet.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1018613-1 : Modify wideip pools with replace-all-with results pools with same order 0

Links to More Info: BT1018613

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Multiple wideip pools have the order 0.

Conditions:
There are overlap for the pools for command replace-all-with and the pools to be replaced.

Impact:
iQuery flapping between GTMs.

Workaround:
First delete all pools from the wideip and then use replace-all-with.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1018577-4 : SASP monitor does not mark pool member with same IP Address but different Port from another pool member

Links to More Info: BT1018577

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When the LTM SASP monitor is applied to a pool with multiple members having the same IP Address but different Ports, only one of the pool members with the duplicated IP Address will be monitored (marked UP or DOWN as appropriate). Other pool members sharing the same IP Address will remain in a 'checking' state.

Conditions:
This occurs when using the SASP monitor in a pool with multiple members having the same IP Address but different Ports.
For example:
ltm pool sasp_test_pool {
    members {
        sasp_1:80 {
            address 10.10.10.1
        }
        sasp_1:8080 {
            address 10.10.10.1
        }
        sasp_2:80 {
            address 10.10.10.2
        }
        sasp_2:8080 {
            address 10.10.10.2
        }
    }
    monitor sasp_test
}

In this case, only one pool member with a given IP Address will be correctly monitored by the sasp monitor.
Any additional pool members with the same IP Address but different port will not be monitored by the SASP monitor and will remain in a 'checking' state.

Impact:
Not all pool members may be effectively/accurately monitored by the SASP monitor.

Fix:
The ltm sasp monitor correctly monitors members of a pool which share the same IP Address but different Ports.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1018493-1 : Response code 304 from TMM Cache always closes TCP connection.

Links to More Info: BT1018493

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When a virtual server is configured to accelerate HTTP traffic, it caches responses with 200 and 304 response codes. Serving a response with "304 Not Modified" code, TMM may close a connection to a client.

Conditions:
-- A virtual server has a web-acceleration profile (without a web application for versions prior 16.0.0).
-- A response with code 304, stored in TMM cache, is served to a request.

Impact:
A client needs to open a new TCP connection every time when a response with "304 Not Modified" code is served.

Fix:
TMM correctly serves a response with "304 Not Modified" code, allowing to correctly handle TCP connection status.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4, 16.1.2


1018309-5 : Loading config file with imish removes the last character

Links to More Info: BT1018309

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
While loading a configuration from the file with IMISH ('imish -f <f_name>'),truncating the last line.

printf 'log file /var/log/zebos.log1' >/shared/tmp/new.cfg
Running imish -r 0 -f /shared/tmp/new.cfg have the last character missing like below:
log file /var/log/zebos.log

Conditions:
Loading a config with 'imish -f <f_name>' commands.

Note: This command is used with the bigip_imish_config Ansible module.

Impact:
Configuration commands cannot be created properly.

Workaround:
For CLI, use extra control char at the end or \n.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.1


1018285-2 : MRF DIAMETER to select automatic removal of a persistence entry on completion of a transaction

Links to More Info: BT1018285

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
MRF DIAMETER is not DIAMETER-application aware. It does not have application-specific business logic. When creating a DIAMETER solution, BIG-IP operators often need to write iRule scripts that remove a session persistence entry at the end of a transaction.

Conditions:
Some applications require removal of the persistence entry upon successful and unsuccessful completion of a transaction.

root@(bigip1)(cfg-sync Standalone)(Active)(/Common)(tmos)# list ltm rule log_dia_error
ltm rule log_dia_error {
when DIAMETER_INGRESS {
set cmd_code [DIAMETER::command]
if { $cmd_code == 272 } {
    set cc_req_type [DIAMETER::avp data get 416 integer32]
    if {[DIAMETER::is_response] && $cc_req_type == 3 } {
       log local0. "Persistence record delete-on-any"
       DIAMETER::persist delete-on-any
    }
 }
}

Impact:
iRule script is required.

Fix:
DIAMETER::persist irule are supported to remove a persistence entry based on the result status of a answer message.
below irule commands are supported.
DIAMETER::persist delete-on-any
DIAMETER::persist delete-on-success
DIAMETER::persist delete-on-failure
DIAMETER::persist delete-none

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1018145 : Firewall Manager user role is not allowed to configure/view protocol inspection profiles

Links to More Info: BT1018145

Component: Protocol Inspection

Symptoms:
A user account with the "firewall-manager" role that is assigned permissions only to custom partitions will not be able to configure protocol inspection profiles.

Conditions:
-- A user account is created with the role firewall-manager.
-- A custom partition is created.
-- The newly created user is given access to the newly created partition.

Impact:
Any user account without access to "/Common" partition is not allowed to configure protocol inspection profiles.

Workaround:
- If the user account is provided access to "/Common" partition as well, the user should be able to configure protocol-inspection profiles in the newly created custom partitions.

Fix:
The permissions are granted for any non-admin user to configure protocol inspection profiles in a custom partition as long as they have access to "/Common" partition as well.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


1017721-5 : WebSocket does not close cleanly when SSL enabled.

Links to More Info: BT1017721

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
After sending a close frame to the WebSocket server, the WebSocket client receives 1006 response.

Conditions:
Virtual server with the following profiles:
-- WebSocket
-- HTTP over SSL (at least server side SSL)

and connection closure is initiated by the client.

Impact:
Client side applications experience errors in the form of WebSocket abnormally closing connections with error code 1006.

Workaround:
Avoid using SSL on WebSocket server context.

Fix:
WebSocket connections close without any error.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1017533-3 : Using TMC might cause virtual server vlans-enabled configuration to be ignored

Links to More Info: BT1017533

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When switching between traffic-matching-criteria (TMC) and regular virtual-server configuration, the vlans-enabled option might be ignored, causing unexpected traffic handling.

Conditions:
Changing virtual-server configuration when using traffic-matching-criteria.

Impact:
Unexpected traffic handling and disruption

Workaround:
Avoid using TMC (port lists and address lists). When in a 'faulty' state you can try changing vlan-enabled on and changing it back on the virtual server, you might need to clear existing connections afterwards.

Follow below articles.

K53851362: Displaying and deleting BIG-IP connection table entries from the command line

K52091701: Handling Connections that have been matched to the wrong Virtual Server.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 16.1.2.2


1017513-5 : Config sync fails with error Invalid monitor rule instance identifier or monitors are in a bad state such as checking

Links to More Info: BT1017513

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If you remove or attach a different monitor to an fqdn pool, then perform a full config-sync, an error occurs:

Load failed from /Common/bigip1 01070712:3: Caught configuration exception (0), Invalid monitor rule instance identifier: 58.

This error can occur on FQDN nodes or regular nodes. It's the use of fqdn nodes that allows this issue to occur.

Conditions:
-- BIG-IP device is configured with fqdn nodes/pools with monitors.
-- Modify an fqdn pool to remove or attach a different monitor.
-- Run the command:
 run cm config-sync to-group Failover
-- Perform a full config-sync.

Impact:
You might experience the following:
-- Sync to the peer devices fails.

-- Monitors may be stuck in an unexpected state such as down (even with a good reply) or checking even though an up or down response is received.

Workaround:
Use incremental-sync.

If incremental sync fails to correct the issue it can sometimes be recovered by running the following command:

 bigstart restart mcpd

Note: Traffic disrupted while the system restarts.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.1


1017233-2 : APM uses wrong session key when iRule for ActiveSync is used resulting in passwords corruption

Links to More Info: BT1017233

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
A corrupted password is sent as part of the "Authorization" header to the backend device and as a result, http 404 is returned

Conditions:
-- iRule for ActiveSync is used
-- The BIG-IP system has multiple tmms running

Impact:
User Authentication is failed by the backed server

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1017153-4 : Asmlogd suddenly deletes all request log protobuf files and records from the database.

Links to More Info: BT1017153

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Asmlogd suddenly deletes all request log protobuf files and records from the database.

Additionally, after the deletion happens, newly generated event logs seen in database do not show up in TMUI.

Conditions:
-- ASM provisioned
-- Config-sync setup, with frequent sync recovery and/or with a manual-sync device-group with ASM sync enabled.

Impact:
Sudden loss of request logs.

Workaround:
Delete all empty partitions and restart asmlogd.

1) View all the partitions:

   # perl -MF5::Db::Partition -MData::Dumper -MF5::DbUtils -e 'print Dumper(F5::Db::Partition::retrieve_partitions_info(dbh => F5::DbUtils::get_dbh(), table_name => "PRX.REQUEST_LOG"))'

Take note of the 'PARTITION_NAME' and 'TABLE_ROWS' for each partition.

2) For every partition_X (in PARTITION_NAME) with '0' in TABLE_ROWS, delete it by:

   # perl -MF5::Db::Partition -MF5::DbUtils -e 'F5::Db::Partition::delete_partition(dbh => F5::DbUtils::get_dbh(), table_name => "PRX.REQUEST_LOG", partition_name => "partition_X")'

3) restart asmlogd if and after done all deletes:

   # pkill -f asmlogd

NOTE: this workaround is temporary. Meaning, that the number of empty partitions will again accumulate and the same issue will happen again. The MAX number of partitions is - 100. Thus, it is advised to monitor the total number of *empty* partitions and repeat the workaround periodically. A cron script should work well. Normally, empty partitions should NOT accumulate. Thus, it is safe to run this script once an hour and remove all empty partitions.


Optionally, if you are having TMUI issue with newly generated event logs, perform the additional command below to delete rows from PRX.REQUEST_LOG_PROPERTIES for which no corresponding rows exist in PRX.REQUEST_LOG.

# mysql -t -u root -p$(perl -MPassCrypt -nle 'print PassCrypt::decrypt_password($_)' /var/db/mysqlpw) -e 'delete from PRX.REQUEST_LOG_PROPERTIES where request_log_id > (select id from PRX.REQUEST_LOG order by id desc limit 1)'

Fix:
Upgrading to a fixed software version will not delete accumulated partitions and will not clear the symptom away. The fix will prevent ASM from accumulating partitions unnecessarily in the scenarios.

If your ASM system is experiencing this and partitions are accumulated, perform the workaround to clear the symptom. Using a fixed software version, you only need to perform the workaround once. You no longer have to perform it periodically.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1016449-3 : After certain configuration tasks are performed, TMM may run with stale Self IP parameters.

Links to More Info: BT1016449

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A Self IP instantiated by performing specific configuration tasks (see Conditions) does not work (e.g. the system does not respond to ARP requests for it).

On the contrary, the system continues to use (e.g. respond to ARP requests for) an old version of the Self IP specifying a different address.

Conditions:
This issue is known to occur when one of the following operations is performed:

- Restoring a UCS or SCF archive in which a Self IP with a specific name specifies a different address.

- Performing a config-sync between redundant units in which the sender changes a Self IP with a specific name to use a different address. For example:

tmsh delete net self <name>
tmsh create net self <name> address <new_address> ...
tmsh run cm config-sync to_group ...

- Performing specific tmsh CLI transactions involving Self IP modifications.

Impact:
The system does not utilise the configured Self IP address. Traffic will be impacted as a result (for example, in connections to the unit, in snat automap, etc.).

Workaround:
Restart TMM (bigstart restart tmm) on affected units.

Fix:
TMM now correctly handles supported Self IP address modifications.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1016441-4 : RFC Enforcement Hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When the HTTP profile RFC Enforcement Flag is enabled, certain non-RFC compliant headers are still allowed.

Conditions:
- Virtual Server with HTTP profile.
- RFC Enforcement Flag enabled.
- HTTP request with non-RFC compliant headers.

Impact:
Non-RFC compliant headers passed to server.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
BIG-IP will drop non-RFC compliant HTTP requests when the RFC compliance flag is ON.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1016113-1 : HTTP response-chunking 'sustain' profile option may not rechunk responses when also using a web acceleration profile.

Links to More Info: BT1016113

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Configurations containing HTTP response-chunking 'sustain' and a Web Acceleration profile do not rechunk payload regardless of whether the web server responds with a chunked response.

Conditions:
-- Incoming response payload to the BIG-IP system is chunked.
-- HTTP profile is configured with response-chunking 'sustain'.
-- Web Acceleration profile also configured on the same virtual server.

Impact:
The BIG-IP response is not chunked, regardless of whether the associated web server responds with a chunked payload when the Web Acceleration is utilized.

Workaround:
For a chunked response to be delivered to the client, apply the iRule command 'HTTP::rechunk' to responses when a Web Acceleration profile is used.

Fix:
The BIG-IP response is chunked appropriately when a Web Acceleration profile is used.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.2


1016049-6 : EDNS query with CSUBNET dropped by protocol inspection

Links to More Info: BT1016049

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
EDNS query might be dropped by protocol inspection with an error log in /var/log/ltm similar to:

info tmm[21575]: 23003139 SECURITYLOG Drop sip:192.168.0.0 sport:64869 dip:1.1.1.1 dport:53 query:test.f5.com qtype:malformed attack:malformed

Conditions:
Query containing CSUBNET option.

Impact:
Some queries might fail.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1015881-4 : TMM might crash after configuration failure

Links to More Info: BT1015881

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes after DoSL7 application configuration failure

Conditions:
DoSL7 configuration is changed, and the configuration change fails in TMM.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while TMM restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1015645-2 : IPSec SA's missing after reboot

Links to More Info: BT1015645

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Some IPSec SA's created after Tunnel migration may be missing after a reboot.

Conditions:
- IPSec tunnels
- Load balancing continues through tunnel migration
- The active BIG-IP system is rebooted

Impact:
Some IPSec SA's may be missing after the reboot

Workaround:
None

Fix:
During reboot, Load balancing information is loaded based on creation time instead of arrival time.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1015133-5 : Tail loss can cause TCP TLP to retransmit slowly.

Links to More Info: BT1015133

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
If a long tail loss occurs during transmission, TCP might be slow to recover.

Conditions:
-- A virtual server is configured with the TCP profile attached.
-- SACK and TLP are enabled.
-- A tail loss of multiple packets sent by the BIG-IP occurs.

Impact:
BIG-IP retransmits one packet per RTT, causing a long recovery. The impact is more pronounced if an entire window is lost.

Workaround:
Disabling TLP may improve performance in this particular case, but may degrade performance in other situations.

Fix:
A new sys db key was added: tm.tcpaggressivepartialack (disabled by default). When enabled, more data is retransmitted every RTT, similar to slow-start.

Behavior Change:
A new sys db key was added: tm.tcpaggressivepartialack (disabled by default). When enabled, more data is retransmitted every RTT, similar to slow-start.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1014973-5 : ASM changed cookie value.

Links to More Info: BT1014973

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
ASM changes the value of a cookie going to the server.

Conditions:
Specific conditions.

Impact:
Domain cookie will reach the server with a wrong value. Can cause different malfunctions depending on the application.

Workaround:
Change the following db variable:
tmsh modify sys db asm.strip_asm_cookies (https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K30023210) value false.

There is no need to restart asm.

Add an iRule without the use of strip_asm_cookies:
https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K13693.

Fix:
Original cookies not being deleted/modified after the removing of TS cookies in ASM.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1014573-1 : Several large arrays/objects in JSON payload may core the enforcer

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Requests with JSON payload that consists of more than one object with elements, such as a couple of large arrays, may cause the enforcer to crash.

Conditions:
Each of the objects/arrays in JSON payload has to consist lesser amount of elements than defined in the "Maximum Array Length" JSON profile attribute.

Impact:
Large enough arrays may cause performance decrease, in addition, the enforcer may crash.

Workaround:
Set "Maximum Array Length" to a lower value than the requests array length.

Fix:
Added internal param "count_overall_child_elements_in_json" to control "Maximum Array/Object Elements" behaviour:
0 (default) - retain current behaviour (check max elements in each array/object separately);
1 - count overall elements in all arrays/objects.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1013629-4 : URLCAT: Scan finds many Group/User Read/Write (666/664/662) files

Links to More Info: BT1013629

Component: Traffic Classification Engine

Symptoms:
Shared memory files in relation with URLCAT have file permissions set to (-rwxrwxrwx), which is not necessary and needs to be restricted to (-rw-rw-r--).

Conditions:
Policy Enforcement Manager is provisioned

Impact:
Full permission can result in unintentional/unauthorized access, which could result in unexpected behavior of the URLCAT feature.

Workaround:
Manually change permissions from (-rwxrwxrwx) to (-rw-rw-r--) using the chmod command.

Fix:
Shared Memory file permissions are now set to (-rw-rw-r--).

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2


1013569-1 : Hardening of iApps processing

Component: Guided Configuration

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, iApps do not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- iApps in use

Impact:
iApps do not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
iApps now follow current best practices.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


1012721-4 : Tmm may crash with SIP-ALG deployment in a particular race condition

Links to More Info: BT1012721

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes in SIP-ALG deployment

Conditions:
--- SIP-ALG is deployed
--- While processing first SIP REGISTER at server-side

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Tmm no longer crashes in this race condition

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.1


1012581-1 : Evidence of hardware syncookies triggered but no stats after tcp half-open is triggered

Links to More Info: BT1012581

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
As soon as global syncookie enabled stats counts starts decrementing and when attack_detection_common callback function calls, the stats range is always under the configured packets per-second threshold, resulting in some tmms not being able to detect the attack but syncookies are already enabled on these tmms, and no statistics are gathered.

Conditions:
A SYN flood attack or similar SYN attack where SYNs are flooded into the BIG-IP system.

Impact:
SYN cookies may still be sent after traffic goes below the attack detection threshold.

Workaround:
Restart tmm

Fix:
Now, global syncookie state changing from full-hardware to non-activated when attack ends.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.3


1012365-4 : Nettle cryptography library vulnerability CVE-2021-20305

Links to More Info: K33101555, BT1012365


1012221-1 : Message: childInheritanceStatus is not compatible with parentInheritanceStatus&start;

Links to More Info: BT1012221

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The BIG-IP system is unable to deploy a revision of upgraded child policies and you see an error:

Failed pushing changed objects to device <device>: Could not update the Section 'Threat Campaigns'. childInheritanceStatus is not compatible with parentInheritanceStatus.

Conditions:
-- An ASM Child Policy is present on the BIG-IP device in a version earlier than 14.0.0
-- The BIG-IP system is upgraded to version 14.0.0 or later

Impact:
This corruption impacts BIG-IQ interactions with the Child Policy and causes exported Child Policies to be incorrect.

Workaround:
After upgrading, perform the following:

1. Log into the BIG-IP Configuration Utility
2. Go to Security :: Application Security :: Security Policies :: Policies List
3. Select the first Parent Policy
4. Go to Inheritance settings and change Threat Campaigns from None to Optional
5. Click Save Changes
6. Change Threat Campaigns from Optional back to None
7. Click Save Changes
8. Click Apply
9. Repeat steps 3-8 for each additional Parent Policy

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1011433-1 : TMM may crash under memory pressure when performing DNS resolution

Links to More Info: BT1011433

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
When running low on free memory, TMM may crash when performing DNS resolution.

Conditions:
-- TMM is under memory pressure.
-- TMM is performing DNS resolution via one of the following mechanisms:
--+ iRule using the "RESOLV::lookup" command
--+ AFM firewall rules that reference hostnames
--+ APM

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1011217-5 : TurboFlex Profile setting reverts to turboflex-base after upgrade&start;

Links to More Info: BT1011217

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Custom TurboFlex Profile settings revert to the default turboflex-base profile after an upgrade.

Conditions:
-- iSeries platform with ix800 performance license
-- A non-default TurboFlex Profile is applied
-- The BIG-IP device is upgraded

Impact:
Some features of the previously selected TurboFlex Profile that are not part of the turboflex-base profile, are missing after upgrade. The TurboFlex Profile must be reconfigured after upgrade.

Workaround:
Reconfigure the TurboFlex Profile after upgrade.

Fix:
TurboFlex Profile settings are now preserved after the upgrade.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1011069-1 : Group/User R/W permissions should be changed for .pid and .cfg files.

Links to More Info: BT1011069

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
The following files should be set with lower permissions:
/etc/ts/dcc/dcc.cfg (-rw-rw--w-)
/run/asmcsd.pid (-rw-rw--w-)
/run/bd.pid (-rw-rw--w-)
/run/dcc.pid (-rw-rw--w-)
/run/pabnagd.pid (-rw-rw--w-)

Conditions:
Always

Impact:
Incorrect file permissions.

Workaround:
chmod 664 <files_list>

Fix:
The corrected permissions 664 are applied to the given list of files.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1011065-1 : Certain attack signatures may not match in multipart content

Links to More Info: K39002226, BT1011065

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, ASM may not correctly detect attack signatures.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned
- Request contains multipart body that matches specific attack signatures.

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1011061-4 : Certain attack signatures may not match in multipart content

Links to More Info: K39002226, BT1011061

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, ASM may not correctly detect attack signatures.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned
- Request contains a specially-crafted multipart body

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1010617-1 : String operation against DNS resource records cause tmm memory corruption

Links to More Info: BT1010617

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Tmm cores with umem debug enabled.

Conditions:
A string operation is performed against DNS resource records (RRs) in an iRule.

Impact:
Tmm memory corruption. In some situations, tmm could crash. Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use string operation against DNS RRs.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1010597-1 : Traffic disruption when virtual server is assigned to a non-default route domain&start;

Links to More Info: BT1010597

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
Assigning a virtual server to a non-default route domain might cause a traffic disruption.

Conditions:
-- An APM virtual server is assigned to a route domain other than 0 (zero, the default).
-- An access policy has an agent that results in tmm communicating to the renderer (e.g., Logon agent, HTTP 401 Response agent, and others).

Impact:
Access policy fails.

Workaround:
1. Log in to the Configuration utility.
2. Go to Network > Route Domains > affected route domain.
3. In the section Parent Name select '0 (Partition Default Route Domain)'.
4. Select Update.

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1009949-4 : High CPU usage when upgrading from previous version&start;

Links to More Info: BT1009949

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When upgrading version from 12.x to 14.1.4, ospfd has high cpu utilization.

Conditions:
-- OSPF is enabled.
-- The BIG-IP system is upgraded from 12.x to 14.1.4.

Impact:
Performance Impact.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1009725-1 : Excessive resource usage when ixlv drivers are enabled

Links to More Info: K53442005, BT1009725


1009093-2 : GUI widgets pages are not functioning correctly

Links to More Info: BT1009093

Component: Application Visibility and Reporting

Symptoms:
Some links and drop-down fields are not available for 'pressing/clicking' on AVR-GUI widgets pages

Conditions:
AVR/ASM is provisioned

Impact:
Cannot use AVR GUI pages correctly

Workaround:
1. Back up the following file, and then edit it:
/var/ts/dms/amm/templates/overview.tpl

1.a. Remove the following line:
<script type="text/javascript" src="script/analytics_stats.js{{BIGIP_BUILD_VERSION_JS}}"></script>

1.b. Add the following lines after the 'var _default_smtp = '{{smtp_mailer}}';' line:
$(document).ready(function() {
        if(!window.AVR_LOCALIZATION) return;
        $('.need-localization-avr').each(function() {
            var item = $(this);
            if (item.is("input")) {
                var key = "avr." + item.val().replace(/\s/g, '');
                item.val(window.AVR_LOCALIZATION[key] || item.val());
            } else {
                var key = "avr." + item.text().replace(/\s/g, '');
                item.text(window.AVR_LOCALIZATION[key] || item.text());
            }
        }).removeClass('need-localization-avr');
    });

1.c. Save and exit (might require the 'force' save with root user).

2. Log out of the GUI.
3. Log back in.

Fix:
GUI widgets pages now function correctly.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1009037-1 : Tcl resume on invalid connection flow can cause tmm crash

Links to More Info: BT1009037

Component: Global Traffic Manager (DNS)

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes.
Tmm logs contain a line that looks like: "Oops @ 0x2bbd463:139: Unallocated flow while polling for rule work. Skipping."

Conditions:
1) iRule uses a function that may suspend iRule processing (see https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K12962 for more about this).
2) The connflow associated with the iRule is being torn down by tmm.
3) Depending upon the exact timing there is a rare chance that the iRule will resume on the wrong connflow which can cause a core.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1008849-4 : OWASP "A4 XML External Entities (XXE)" is not reflecting the XXE signatures configuration.

Links to More Info: BT1008849

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
To fulfill "A4 XML External Entities (XXE)", some required signatures need to be enforced.

Due to an update in some of those attack signatures names, this section does not find the signatures and by mistake it shows that the signatures are not enforced.

Also, when you choose to enforce the required signatures, this section tries to enforce the signatures, but looks for them via the old name, so it does not find them, and can't enforce them.

Conditions:
The attack signatures file is updated with the new names for the XXE signatures.

The old names are in use while trying to find and enforce the signatures, but it does not find them and can't enforce them and also can't see if they are already enforced.

Impact:
"A4 XML External Entities (XXE)" Compliance can't be fully compliant.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
The signature ID is being used instead of signature name, and now it can find them and enforce them if needed.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1008837-1 : Control plane is sluggish when mcpd processes a query for virtual server and address statistics

Links to More Info: BT1008837

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When there are thousands of rows in the virtual_server_stat table and mcpd receives a query for for all virtual server or virtual address statistics, mcpd can take a long time to process the request.

There might be thousands of rows if thousands of virtual servers server are configured.

There could also be thousands of rows if there are virtual servers configured for source or destination address lists, where those lists contain tens or hundreds of addresses.

Conditions:
-- Thousands of virtual_server_stat rows.
-- mcpd processes a query_stats request for the virtual_server_stat table.

Impact:
When mcpd is processing a query for virtual server statistics:

-- TMSH and GUI access is very slow or non-responsive.
-- SNMP requests timeout.
-- mcpd CPU usage is high.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.2.2


1008561-4 : In very rare condition, BIG-IP may crash when SIP ALG is deployed

Links to More Info: K44110411, BT1008561


1008501-1 : TMM core

Links to More Info: BT1008501

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes.

Conditions:
Transparent monitors monitoring a virtual server's IP address.

Note: Although this is the current understanding of the issue, it is not clear whether this is an true requirement for the issue to occur.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1008269-1 : Error: out of stack space

Links to More Info: BT1008269

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
When polling for profile statistics via iControl REST, the BIG-IP system returns an error:

Error: out of stack space

Conditions:
Polling stats via iControl REST.

Impact:
You are intermittently unable to get stats via iControl REST.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1008265-1 : DoS Flood and Sweep vector states are disabled on an upgrade to BIG-IP software versions 14.x and beyond&start;

Links to More Info: K92306170, BT1008265

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
DoS Flood and Sweep vector states are disabled after upgrade.

Conditions:
DoS Flood and Sweep vectors are enabled prior to an upgrade to software release 14.x and beyond.

Impact:
DoS Flood and Sweep vector states are disabled. System is susceptible to a DoS attack.

Workaround:
Reset the DoS Flood and Sweep vectors to their previous state.

Fix:
Removed default disabled state from upgrade scripts so that both vectors were restored to previous configured state

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1008017-2 : Validation failure on Enforce TLS Requirements and TLS Renegotiation

Links to More Info: BT1008017

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
The configuration load fails with an error:

err mcpd[4182]: 0107186b:3: Invalid "enforce-tls-requirements" value for profile /prod/my_profile. In Virtual Server (/common/my_virtual_server) an http2 profile with enforce-tls-requirements enabled is incompatible with client-ssl/server-ssl profile with renegotiation enabled. Value must be disabled.

Conditions:
BIG-IP system allows this configuration and fails later:

-- Virtual server with HTTP/2, HTTP, and client SSL profiles (with renegotiation disabled).

1. Enable the 'Enforce TLS Requirements' option in the HTTP/2 profile (by default it is enabled).
2. Add server SSL profile with 'TLS Renegotiation' enabled.
3. Save the configuration.
4. Load the configuration.

Impact:
The configuration will not load if saved.

Workaround:
If enabling 'Enforce TLS Requirements' in a HTTP/2 profile configured on a virtual server, ensure that 'TLS Renegotiation' is disabled in the Server SSL profiles on that virtual server.

Fix:
There is now a validation check to prevent this configuration, which is the correct functionality.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1008009-3 : SSL mirroring null hs during session sync state

Links to More Info: BT1008009

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Tmm crashes.

Conditions:
-- SSL connection mirroring enabled
-- Running a version where ID 760406 is fixed (https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID760406.html)
-- A handshake failure occurs during session sync

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
Disable connection mirroring

Fix:
The system now protects for dropped SSL handshakes during connection mirror session sync.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1007901-1 : Support for FIPS 140-3 Module identifier service.

Links to More Info: BT1007901

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
The module provides a service to output module name/identifier and version that can be mapped to the validation records.
The 'tmsh show sys version' command shows a version, but it does not show a module name, where the "module name" is the name on the FIPS certificate.

Conditions:
Running 'tmsh show sys version' while the system is running in FIPS mode

Impact:
The module does not provide a service to output module name/identifier and version that can be mapped to the validation records.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Added the FIPS module information to output of command "show sys version". FIPS module information is now appended after "Project" field info of the "show sys version"

The syntax of the new field is "FIPS Module <FIPS_module_name>"

In the GUI, FIPS module info shall be appended to existing "Version" information shown under system(tab)→Device→Version

The syntax will be "Version: <Existing Info> <FIPS_module_name>

Fixed Versions:
16.1.2.2


1007821-3 : SIP message routing may cause tmm crash

Links to More Info: BT1007821

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
In very rare circumstances, tmm may core while performing SIP message routing.

Conditions:
This can occur while passing traffic when SIP message routing is enabled.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
SIP message routing no longer results in a core due to internal memory errors in message parsing.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


1007749-2 : URI TCL parse functions fail when there are interior segments with periods and semi-colons

Links to More Info: BT1007749

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
URI::path, URI::basename, etc., return the wrong strings, e.g., URI::path can return a subset of what it should return.

Conditions:
This happens for URIs like these:
   /alpha/beta/Sample.text;param/trailer/
   /alpha/beta/Sample.text;param/file.txt

Impact:
iRules fail to work as expected for these types of URIs.

This occurs because the combination of the period and semi-colon in 'Some.thing;param' confuses the BIG-IP system parser, causing incorrect results to be returned.

Workaround:
If this is happening for known URIs, then it should be possible to process those URIs in a special way within iRules to do things like temporarily replacing interior periods with another character, like a plus sign.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1007677-2 : Artifact resolution on SAML IdP fails with error 'SAML SSO: Cannot find SP connector'

Links to More Info: BT1007677

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
SAML fails on APM SAML IdP after receiving the SAML ArtifactResolve Request, and needs to extract Artifact data from sessionDB to build the assertion. An error is logged:

-- err tmm[24421]: 014d1211:3: ::ee23458f:SAML SSO: Cannot find SP connector (/Common/example_idp)
-- err tmm[24421]: 014d0002:3: SSOv2 plugin error(12) in sso/saml.c:11864

Conditions:
The 'session-key' in the sessiondb includes a colon ':' in its value.

Impact:
SAML may fail on APM SAML IdP using artifact binding.

Fix:
The system now handles this occurrence of 'session-key'.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.1


1007489-7 : TMM may crash while handling specific HTTP requests&start;

Links to More Info: K24358905, BT1007489


1007113-3 : Pool member goes DOWN if the time difference between SCTP INIT and SCTP ABORT is less than two seconds

Links to More Info: BT1007113

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
In case of diameter over SCTP, while aborting the connection of the pool member, if SCTP INIT is sent by the BIG-IP system before the SCTP ABORT is processed, the pool member is marked UP (provided the SCTP connection is established successfully), and then goes down later, immediately after ABORT is fully processed.

Conditions:
The time difference between SCTP ABORT and SCTP INIT is very small, i.e., 2 seconds or less

Impact:
Pool member is marked DOWN even though it is active

Workaround:
If the watchdog is configured in the diameter session profile (i.e., watchdog-timeout is greater than 0), the pool member is marked UP after DWA is received from the pool member.

Fix:
The system now marks the pool member as UP if DWA is received from the pool member.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1006921-1 : iRules Hardening

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions iRules do not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
Use of iRules with the pool or node commands.

Impact:
iRules do not follow current best practices.

Workaround:
N/A.

Fix:
iRules now follows current best practices.

Behavior Change:
Database variable 'tmm.tcl.rule.node.allow_loopback_addresses' was created to toggle whether or not to allow loopback addresses for iRule node command; "true" will restore previous behavior and enable loopback connections.

The default value is "false".

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1006893-4 : Use of ACCESS::oauth after ACCESS::session create/delete may result in TMM core

Links to More Info: BT1006893

Component: Access Policy Manager

Symptoms:
When ACCESS::oauth is used after ACCESS::session create/delete in an iRule event, TMM may core.

Conditions:
ACCESS::oauth is used after ACCESS::session create/delete in an iRule event.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
No workaround

Fix:
TMM does not core and functionality works as expected.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1006781-2 : Server SYN is sent on VLAN 0 when destination MAC is multicast

Links to More Info: BT1006781

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TCP connections cannot be established when a multicast destination MAC is used. Traffic outage occurs.

Conditions:
Virtual wire with multicast destination MAC used while establishing TCP connections.

Impact:
Traffic outage.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4.1, 16.1.2.2


1006157-3 : FQDN nodes not repopulated immediately after 'load sys config'

Links to More Info: BT1006157

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
A DNS query is not sent for configured FQDN nodes until the TTL value expires.

Conditions:
This occurs when 'load sys config' is executed.

Impact:
Name addresses do not resolve to IP addresses until the TTL expires.

Workaround:
You can use either of the following workarounds:

-- Change the default TTL value to be fewer than 300 seconds (the default value is 3600 seconds).

-- Restart dynconfd daemon:
tmsh restart sys service dynconfd

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3.1


1005109-4 : TMM crashes when changing traffic-group on IPv6 link-local address

Links to More Info: BT1005109

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
TMM crashes when changing the traffic-group on an IPv6 link-local address.

Conditions:
Changing the traffic-group on an IPv6 link-local address.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while tmm restarts.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1005105-3 : Requests are missing on traffic event logging

Links to More Info: BT1005105

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Some traffic requests are missing in Security :: Event Logs.

Conditions:
-- Local logging enabled
-- Two or more virtual servers passing heavy traffic

Impact:
High CPU load prevents the Policy Builder from analyzing and sending all traffic requests to the request log.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The Policy Builder now attempts to send traffic requests to the request log, even when learning analysis is limited due to high CPU load.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


1004897-5 : 'Decompression' is logged instead of 'Max Headers Exceeded' GoAway reason

Links to More Info: BT1004897

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
In HTTP2 setup, when the header count from the client request exceeds max-header-count value in the HTTP profile , COMPRESSION_ERROR(0x09) is seen in GoAway frame instead of FRAME_SIZE_ERROR(0x06)

Conditions:
- Virtual server with HTTP2 enabled
- A http2 request has a header count that exceeds 'Maximum Header Count' in the HTTP profile (default value is 64)

Impact:
Wrong GoAway Reason is logged

Fix:
When header count in client request exceeds max-header-count value in HTTP profile
1) FRAME_SIZE_ERROR(0x06) error code sent with GoAway frame
2) In http2 profile stats (tmsh show ltm profile http2 all) 'Max Headers Exceeded' is logged as GoAway reason

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 16.1.2.2


1004833 : NIST SP800-90B compliance

Links to More Info: BT1004833

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 certifications require compliance with NIST SP800-90B; this completes that compliance.

Conditions:
This applies to systems requiring Common Criteria and/or FIPS 140-2 compliance.

Impact:
BIG-IP systems running without this fix on a release targeted for certification (BIG-IP 14.1.4.2 or BIG-IP 15.1.2.1) will not be running a Common Criteria and/or FIPS 140-2 certified configuration.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Apply this fix to ensure that the system is compliant with NIST SP800-90B.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.2, 15.1.4, 16.1.3


1004689-4 : TMM might crash when pool routes with recursive nexthops and reselect option are used.

Links to More Info: BT1004689

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
When re-selecting to the non-directly-connected pool route member for which the route was withdrawn, TMM might experience a crash.

Conditions:
- Pool routes with non-directly-connected or recursive nexthops (pool members).
- Reselect option enabled.
- Pool members go down/up so that the re-select is triggered.

Impact:
Traffic disrupted while TMM restarts.

Workaround:
Do not use non-directly-connected/recursive nexthops (pool members) in pool routes.

Fix:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1004665 : Secure iAppsLX Restricted Storage issues.

Links to More Info: BT1004665

Component: iApp Technology

Symptoms:
iAppLX restricted storage needs hardening.

Conditions:
iAppLX applications (such as SSL Orchestrator) that contain configuration objects that use restricted parameters like password or passphrase.

Impact:
Stronger encryption needed for sensitive data.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
The iAppLX master key is now stored in mcpd's secure vault as a new secure config object name "iapp_restricted_key".

Fixed Versions:
16.1.3


1004537-2 : Traffic Learning: Accept actions for multiple suggestions not localized

Links to More Info: BT1004537

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
When you open the accept suggestions actions list, the actions are not localized. Labels are shown instead of text, for example asm.button.Accept instead of Accept.

Conditions:
This occurs after selecting several suggestions and opening the Accept suggestions actions list.

Impact:
Actions not localized.

Workaround:
None

Fix:
Fixed localization for Accept suggestions actions list.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.2


1004069-4 : Brute force attack is detected too soon

Links to More Info: BT1004069

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
A Brute force attack is detected too soon.

Conditions:
The login page has the expected header validation criteria.

Impact:
The attack is detected earlier than the setpoint.

Workaround:
N/A

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.5, 16.1.2


1003633-1 : There might be wrong memory handling when message routing feature is used

Links to More Info: BT1003633

Component: Service Provider

Symptoms:
The following log is observed from /var/log/ltm
Oops @ 0x28c3060:232: buf->ref == 0

Conditions:
Message routing is used either by
- Generic message (ltm message-routing generic) or
- HTTP2 with Message router option enabled

Impact:
For most cases, this kind of incorrect memory handling may only generate warning log message. In rare case, it might lead to a tmm crash.

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Wrong memory handling in message routing is fixed.

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1003257-6 : ZebOS 'set ipv6 next-hop' and 'set ipv6 next-hop local' do not work as expected

Links to More Info: BT1003257

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
ZebOS 'set ipv6 next-hop' and 'set ipv6 next-hop local' commands are not working properly. The address is always set to interface-configured global/local addresses respectively.

Conditions:
Using BGPv4 with IPv6 capability extension and a route-map with 'set ipv6 next-hop' and/or 'set ipv6 next-hop local' configuration.

Impact:
Wrong next-hop is advertised.

Workaround:
None.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1002945-4 : Some connections are dropped on chained IPv6 to IPv4 virtual servers.

Links to More Info: BT1002945

Component: Local Traffic Manager

Symptoms:
IPv6 virtual servers targeting IPv4 virtual servers (for example, using the 'virtual' iRule command) might drop traffic coming from some clients unexpectedly.

Conditions:
- IPv6 to IPv4 virtual server chaining.

Impact:
Traffic is dropped.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.5, 15.1.4.1, 16.1.2


1002809-4 : OSPF vertex-threshold should be at least 100

Links to More Info: BT1002809

Component: TMOS

Symptoms:
OSPF vertex-threshold should be at least 100, but you are able to set it to any number between 0 and 10000000.

Conditions:
-- Using OSPFv2/OSPFv3
-- Configuring the vertex-threshold setting

Impact:
When the setting is less than the default of 100, routes may not be installed properly.

Workaround:
Ensure that vertex-threshold is set to 100 (default) or above.

Fixed Versions:
13.1.5, 14.1.4.6, 15.1.5.1, 16.1.2.2


1002565-1 : OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2021-23840

Links to More Info: K24624116, BT1002565


1002385-1 : Fixing issue with input normalization

Links to More Info: K67397230, BT1002385

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, ASM does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.6, 15.1.5, 16.1.2.1


1001937-1 : APM configuration hardening

Links to More Info: K57555833, BT1001937


1000789-1 : ASM-related iRule keywords may not work as expected

Links to More Info: BT1000789

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Some ASM-related iRule keywords may not work as expected when DoSL7 is used.

Conditions:
ASM iRule keywords are used in a bot defense- or DoSL7-related event, and DoSL7 is used.

Impact:
ASM-related iRule keywords may not work as expected.

Workaround:
None

Fixed Versions:
14.1.5, 16.1.2.2


1000741-1 : Fixing issue with input normalization

Links to More Info: K67397230, BT1000741

Component: Application Security Manager

Symptoms:
Under certain conditions, ASM does not follow current best practices.

Conditions:
- ASM provisioned

Impact:
Attack detection is not triggered as expected

Workaround:
N/A

Fix:
Attack detection is now triggered as expected

Fixed Versions:
14.1.4.4, 15.1.4, 16.1.1


1000405-1 : VLAN/Tunnels not listed when creating a new rule via GUI

Links to More Info: BT1000405

Component: Advanced Firewall Manager

Symptoms:
Available tunnels are not displayed on the AFM rules-creation page in the GUI.

Conditions:
-- Navigate to the firewall network rules creation page in the GUI.
-- In the rules source section, under the VLAN/Tunnel dropdown, select the 'specify' option.

Impact:
Available tunnels do not display in the select box. Cannot specify tunnels for firewall rules from the GUI.

Workaround:
Use tmsh to specify tunnels for firewall rules.

Fix:
The available tunnels now display in the VLAN/Tunnels dropdown.

Fixed Versions:
15.1.4, 16.1.1


1000021-7 : TMM may consume excessive resources while processing packet filters

Links to More Info: K31856317, BT1000021



Known Issues in BIG-IP v16.1.x


TMOS Issues

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description
934133-3 1-Blocking BT934133 Unable to Create/delete ltm virtual server via CLI transaction when destination is not specified on the ltm virtual object
913713-3 1-Blocking BT913713 Rebooting a blade causes MCPd to core as it rejoins the cluster
1049085-3 1-Blocking BT1049085 Booting into a newly installed hotfix volume may stall on RAID-capable platforms&start;
1042993-3 1-Blocking K19272127, BT1042993 Provisioning high availability (HA) setup wizard fails to load, reports 'No Access'
997793-3 2-Critical K34172543, BT997793 Error log: Failed to reset strict operations; disconnecting from mcpd&start;
995849-1 2-Critical BT995849 Tmm crash SIGSEGV - rcs_getsalen() in lib/rc_net.c
993481-1 2-Critical   Jumbo Frame issue with DPDK-eNIC.
990853-1 2-Critical BT990853 Mcpd restarts on Secondary VIPRION blades upon modifying a vCMP guest's management IP address or gateway.
988645-4 2-Critical BT988645 Traffic may be affected after tmm is aborted and restarted
967905-5 2-Critical BT967905 Attaching a static bandwidth controller to a virtual server chain can cause tmm to crash
967769-1 2-Critical BT967769 During reset of high-speed interfaces, TMMs may mistakenly continue hardware watchdog checks
967573-3 2-Critical BT967573 Qkview generation from Configuration Utility fails
965897-4 2-Critical BT965897 Disruption of mcpd with a segmentation fault during config sync
950201-3 2-Critical BT950201 Tmm core on GCP
937481-5 2-Critical BT937481 Tomcat restarts with error java.lang.OutOfMemoryError
929133-6 2-Critical BT929133 TMM continually restarts with errors 'invalid index from net device' and 'device_init failed'
865653-1 2-Critical BT865653 Wrong FDB table entries with same MAC and wrong VLAN combination
858877-5 2-Critical BT858877 SSL Orchestrator config sync issues between HA-pair devices
842669-6 2-Critical BT842669 Syslog-ng / systemd-journald cannot handle logs with embedded newlines, write trailing content to /var/log/user.log
780437-8 2-Critical BT780437 Upon rebooting a VIPRION chassis provisioned as a vCMP host, some vCMP guests can return online with no configuration.
777389-7 2-Critical BT777389 In rare occurrences related to PostgreSQL monitor, the mcpd process restarts
776117-1 2-Critical BT776117 BIG-IP Virtual Edition virtio driver incompatible with Q35 machine type
756830-6 2-Critical BT756830 BIG-IP may fail source translation for connections when connection mirroring is enabled on a virtual server that also has source port set to 'preserve strict'
737692-5 2-Critical BT737692 Handle x520 PF DOWN/UP sequence automatically by VE
382363-8 2-Critical K30588577 min-up-members and using gateway-failsafe-device on the same pool.
1128629 2-Critical   Neurond crash observed during live install through test script
1110893-4 2-Critical BT1110893 Some portions of the BIG-IP GUI do not work when accessed behind an HTTP proxy
1105901-2 2-Critical BT1105901 Tmm crash while doing high-speed logging
1095217-1 2-Critical BT1095217 Peer unit incorrectly shows the pool status as unknown after upgrade to version 16.1.2.1
1093717-1 2-Critical BT1093717 BGP4 SNMP traps are not working.
1085805-2 2-Critical BT1085805 UCS restore with SSL Orchestrator deployed fails due to multiple iFiles and incorrect iFile reference.
1085597-1 2-Critical BT1085597 IKEv1 IPsec peer cannot be created in config utility (web UI)
1077789-4 2-Critical BT1077789 System might become unresponsive after upgrading.&start;
1075905-3 2-Critical BT1075905 TCP connections may fail when hardware SYN Cookie is active
1043277-4 2-Critical K06520200, BT1043277 'No access' error page displays for APM policy export and apply options.
1039609-1 2-Critical BT1039609 Unable to poll Dynamic routing protocols SNMP OID's on non-default route domain
1035121-4 2-Critical BT1035121 Configsync syncs the node's monitor status
1027961-2 2-Critical BT1027961 Changes to an admin user's account properties may result in MCPD crash and failover
1024269-1 2-Critical BT1024269 Forcing a file system check on the next system reboot does not check all filesystems.
1023829-2 2-Critical BT1023829 Security->Policies in Virtual Server web page spins mcpd 100%, which later cores
1014361-2 2-Critical BT1014361 Config sync fails after provisioning APM or changing BIG-IP license
1012493-5 2-Critical BT1012493 Systemauth.primaryadminuser set to anything but 'admin' causes internal error for mcp-state check
1004929-1 2-Critical BT1004929 During config sync operation, MCPD restarts on secondary blade logging 01020012:3: A unsigned four-byte integer message item is invalid.
1004517-1 2-Critical BT1004517 BIG-IP tenants on VELOS cannot install EHFs
999021-2 3-Major BT999021 IPsec IKEv1 tunnels fail after a config sync from Standby to Active
998957-1 3-Major BT998957 MCPD consumes excessive CPU while collecting statistics
998649-1 3-Major BT998649 Log hostname should be consistent when it contains ' . '
998225-6 3-Major BT998225 TMM crash when disabling/re-enabling a blade that triggers a primary blade transition.
997561-5 3-Major BT997561 TMM CPU imbalance with GRE/TB and GRE/MPLS traffic
997541-5 3-Major BT997541 Round-robin GRE Disaggregator for hardware and software
996145-1 3-Major BT996145 After UCS restore on HA pair, one of the devices is missing folder /var/config/rest/iapps/f5-iappslx-ssl-orchestrator
995605-2 3-Major BT995605 PVA accelerated traffic does not update route domain stats
995097-1 3-Major BT995097 Certain management-dhcp supersede options fail to restore correctly when the configuration is reloaded from a file.
994365-1 3-Major BT994365 Inconsistency in tmsh 'object mode' for some configurations
994361-2 3-Major BT994361 Updatecheck script hangs/Multiple updatecheck processes
992813-7 3-Major BT992813 The list of dhcp-options known to mcpd is outdated, leading to the inability to instantiate certain management-dhcp configurations.
992449-1 3-Major BT992449 The vCMP host does not report the correct number of guest CPUs on the guest page of the GUI
992253-4 3-Major BT992253 Cannot specify IPv6 management IP addresses using GUI
992053-4 3-Major BT992053 Pva_stats for server side connections do not update for redirected flows
988745-4 3-Major BT988745 On reboot, 'could not find platform object' errors may be seen in /var/log/ltm
987301-3 3-Major BT987301 Software install on vCMP guest via block-device may fail with error 'reason unknown'
987081-1 3-Major BT987081 Alarm LED remains active on Secondary blades even after LCD alerts are cleared
981485-6 3-Major BT981485 Neurond enters a restart loop after FPGA update.
977953-3 3-Major BT977953 Show running config interface CLI could not fetch the interface info and crashes the imi
967557-1 3-Major BT967557 Improve apm logging when loading sys config fails due to corruption of epsec rpm database
966949-6 3-Major BT966949 Multiple FQDN ephemeral nodes not deleted upon deleting FQDN template node
964125-6 3-Major BT964125 Mcpd cores while processing a query for node statistics when there are thousands of FQDN nodes and pool members.
959241-1 3-Major BT959241 Fix for ID871561 might not work as expected on the VCMP host
959057-5 3-Major BT959057 Unable to create additional login tokens for the default admin user account
958601-4 3-Major BT958601 In the GUI, searching for virtual server addresses does not match address lists
957993-4 3-Major BT957993 Unable to set a port list in the GUI for an IPv6 address for a virtual server
955953-5 3-Major BT955953 iRule command 'table' fails to resume when used with Diameter 'irule_scope_msg'
953477-1 3-Major BT953477 Syncookie HW mode not cleared when modifying VLAN config.
950153-3 3-Major BT950153 LDAP remote authentication fails when empty attribute is returned
948601-1 3-Major   File object checksum attribute is not updated when an external data-group file or external monitor file is edited from GU
945413-2 3-Major BT945413 Loop between keymgmtd and mcpd causes BIG-IP to be out of sync or in constant automatic config sync
939249-1 3-Major BT939249 iSeries LCD changes to secure mode after multiple reboots
938145-3 3-Major BT938145 DAG redirects packets to non-existent tmm
936093-5 3-Major BT936093 Non-empty fipserr files loaded from a UCS archive can cause a FIPS BIG-IP platform to remain offline
935485-4 3-Major BT935485 BWC: flows might stall when using dynamic BWC policy
931797-3 3-Major BT931797 LTM virtual address netmask does not persist after a reboot
930393-2 3-Major BT930393 IPsec tunnel does not start after an upgrade, first configuration, or reconfiguration
928353-4 3-Major BT928353 Error logged installing Engineering Hotfix: Argument isn't numeric&start;
927025-1 3-Major BT927025 Sod restarts continuously
925469-2 3-Major BT925469 SubjAltName (SAN) cannot be sent in the Certificate Order Manager for Comodo / Sectigo
924297-4 3-Major BT924297 Ltm policy MCP objects are not being synced over to the peer device
922613-6 3-Major BT922613 Tunnels using autolasthop might drop traffic with ICMP route unreachable
922153-5 3-Major BT922153 Tcpdump is failing on tmm 0.x interfaces
922053-1 3-Major BT922053 inaccurate number of trunk members reported by bcm56xxd/bcmLINK
921149-6 3-Major BT921149 After applying static bandwidth controller on a virtual server, any changes to the virtual server disassociates the BWC policy
915493-6 3-Major BT915493 imish command hangs when ospfd is enabled
913013-1 3-Major BT913013 Racoon daemon may crash once at startup
908753-5 3-Major BT908753 Password memory not effective even when password policy is configured
908453-5 3-Major BT908453 Trunks with names longer than 32 characters update working-mbr-count in vCMP guests incorrectly
904713-2 3-Major BT904713 FailoverState device status and CM device status do not match shortly after triggering failover
904401-5 3-Major BT904401 Guestagentd core
894593-2 3-Major BT894593 High CPU usage caused by the restjavad daemon continually crashing and restarting
888081-6 3-Major BT888081 BIG-IP VE Migration feature fails for 1NIC
884729-1 3-Major BT884729 The vCMP CPU usage stats are incorrect
880689-1 3-Major BT880689 Update oprofile tools for compatibility with current architecture
879969-8 3-Major BT879969 FQDN node resolution fails if DNS response latency >5 seconds
872165-4 3-Major BT872165 LDAP remote authentication for REST API calls may fail during authorization
867549-1 3-Major BT867549 LCD touch panel reports "Firmware update in progress" indefinitely&start;
867253-4 3-Major BT867253 Systemd not deleting user journals
851837-1 3-Major BT851837 Mcpd fails to start for single NIC VE devices configured in a trust domain
844925-5 3-Major BT844925 Command 'tmsh save /sys config' fails to save the configuration and hangs
838597-5 3-Major BT838597 Unable to load license/dossier when going down for vCMP
814273-6 3-Major BT814273 Multicast route entries are not populating to tmm after failover
809089-4 3-Major BT809089 TMM crash after sessiondb ref_cnt overflow
804529-1 3-Major BT804529 REST API to /mgmt/tm/ltm/pool/members/stats will fail for some pools
803157-4 3-Major BT803157 LTM log contains shutdown sequence logs after boot_marker as logs are buffered until BIG-IP reboots
798885-6 3-Major BT798885 SNMP response times may be long when processing requests
796985-4 3-Major BT796985 Default IPv4 IP address is assigned to Alt-Address in isolated vCMP guest; vCMP host or guest are upgraded and guest is 'Inoperative'&start;
780745-5 3-Major BT780745 TMSH allows creation of duplicate community strings for SNMP v1/v2 access
775845-6 3-Major BT775845 Httpd fails to start after restarting the service using the iControl REST API
775797-5 3-Major BT775797 Previously deleted user account might get authenticated
769741-4 3-Major BT769741 TCP connection between mcp and tmm may get stalled
760982-3 3-Major BT760982 An NLRI with a default route information is not propagated on 'clear ip bgp <neighbor router-id> soft out' command in some scenarios
760400-1 3-Major BT760400 High number of vcmp guests on clusters and discovery appliances may result in retries for guest deployment
760354-7 3-Major BT760354 Continual mcpd process restarts after removing big logs when /var/log is full
757787-5 3-Major BT757787 Unable to edit LTM/AFM Policies that belong to an Application Service (iApp) using the WebUI.
755207-3 3-Major BT755207 Large packets silently dropped on VE mlxvf5 devices
749757-4 3-Major BT749757 -s option in qkview help does not indicate maximum size
737739-4 3-Major BT737739 Bash shell still accessible for admin even if disabled
718291-4 3-Major BT718291 iHealth upload error does not clear
711747-2 3-Major BT711747 Vcmp_pde_state_memcpy core during http traffic and pfmand resets.
703226-3 3-Major BT703226 Failure when using transactions to create and publish policies
691219-3 3-Major BT691219 Hardware syncookie mode is used when global auto last hop is disabled.
690928-6 3-Major BT690928 System posts error message: 01010054:3: tmrouted connection closed
673952-6 3-Major BT673952 1NIC VE in high availability (HA) device-group shows 'Changes Pending' after reboot
662301-8 3-Major BT662301 'Unlicensed objects' error message appears despite there being no unlicensed config
658850-6 3-Major BT658850 Loading UCS with the platform-migrate parameter could unexpectedly set or unset management DHCP
605966-9 3-Major BT605966 BGP route-map changes may not immediately trigger route updates
566995-2 3-Major BT566995 bgpd might crash in rare circumstances.
528314-2 3-Major K16816, BT528314 Generating new default certificate and key pairs for BIG-IP ssl profiles via CLI will not be reflected in GUI or in tmsh
499348-14 3-Major BT499348 System statistics may fail to update, or report negative deltas due to delayed stats merging.
493740-4 3-Major BT493740 tmsh allows cipher group creation with non-existent "require" or "exclude" cipher rule.
431503-11 3-Major K14838, BT431503 TMSH crashes in rare initial tunnel configurations
342319-1 3-Major   BIND forwarder server list and the recursion and forward options.
1128169-1 3-Major BT1128169 TMM core when IPsec tunnel object is reconfigured
1127881-2 3-Major BT1127881 Deprecate sysClientsslStatFullyHwAcceleratedConns, sysClientsslStatPartiallyHwAcceleratedConns and sysClientsslStatNonHwAcceleratedConns
1125733-3 3-Major BT1125733 Wrong server-side window scale used in hardware SYN cookie mode
1125601 3-Major   OWASP scores and configuration not synced to standby in vCMP cluster setup
1123885-2 3-Major BT1123885 A specific type of software installation may fail to carry forward the management port's default gateway.
1122441-5 3-Major BT1122441 Upgrade expat library to the latest version(2.4.8) to fix CVE's.
1122021-3 3-Major BT1122021 Killall command might create corrupted core files
1121517-2 3-Major BT1121517 Interrupts on Hyper-V are pinned on CPU 0
1120345-6 3-Major BT1120345 Running tmsh load sys config verify can trigger high availability (HA) failover
1113961-1 3-Major K43391532, BT1113961 BIG-IP 16.1.3 VE with FIPS 140-3 May Fail to start in AWS-China
1113385-4 3-Major BT1113385 Expired REST tokens are not getting deleted from /var/run/pamcache on standalone BIG-IP
1112649 3-Major BT1112649 FIPS 140-2/FIPS 140-3 compliant mode is incorrect after upgrade to 16.1.2.2&start;
1112537-2 3-Major BT1112537 LTM/GTM config instantiated in a certain way can cause a LTM/GTM monitor to fail to delete.
1111629-4 3-Major BT1111629 Messages with "Failed Read: User, referer" are logged in /var/log/httpd/httpd_errors
1111421-1 3-Major BT1111421 TMSH/GUI fails to display IPsec SAs info
1106489-2 3-Major BT1106489 GRO/LRO is disabled in environments using the TMM raw socket "sock" driver.
1103953-1 3-Major BT1103953 SSMTP errors in logs every 20 minutes
1102849-3 3-Major BT1102849 Less-privileged users (guest, operator, etc) are unable to run top level commands
1100409-4 3-Major   Valid connections may fail while a virtual server is in SYN cookie mode.
1100321 3-Major BT1100321 MCPD memory leak
1093973-7 3-Major BT1093973 Tmm may core when BFD peers select a new active device.
1093553-4 3-Major BT1093553 OSPF "default-information originate" injects a new link-state advertisement
1093313-2 3-Major BT1093313 CLIENTSSL_CLIENTCERT iRule event is not triggered for TLS1.3 when the client sends an empty certificate response
1091725-4 3-Major BT1091725 Memory leak in IPsec
1090313-3 3-Major BT1090313 Virtual server may remain in hardware SYN cookie mode longer than expected
1086517-2 3-Major BT1086517 TMM may not properly exit hardware SYN cookie mode
1085837-2 3-Major BT1085837 Virtual server may not exit from hardware SYN cookie mode
1081649-2 3-Major BT1081649 Remove the "F5 iApps and Resources" link from the iApps->Package Management
1081641-4 3-Major BT1081641 Remove Hyperlink to Legal Statement from Login Page
1080925-3 3-Major BT1080925 Changed 'ssh-session-limit' value is not reflected after restarting mcpd
1080297-1 3-Major BT1080297 ZebOS does not show "log syslog" in the running configuration, or store it in the startup configuration
1079705-4 3-Major BT1079705 Restjavad may restart repeatedly if sys db provision.extramb is high
1077533-1 3-Major BT1077533 BIG-IP fails to restart services after mprov runs during boot.
1077405-2 3-Major BT1077405 Ephemeral pool members may not be created with autopopulate enabled.
1076801-4 3-Major BT1076801 Loaded system increases CPU usage when using CS features
1076785-2 3-Major BT1076785 Virtual server may not properly exit from hardware SYN Cookie mode
1074841-1 3-Major BT1074841 Invalid syslog configuration kills syslog-ng after restarting syslog-ng.
1074053-1 3-Major BT1074053 Delay in displaying the "Now Halting..." message while performing halt from LCD.
1073429-1 3-Major BT1073429 Auth partition definition is incorrectly synchronized to peer and then altered.
1072081-1 3-Major BT1072081 Imish segmentation fault when running 'ip pim sparse-mode ?' on interface config.
1067797-1 3-Major BT1067797 Trunked interfaces that share a MAC address may be assigned in the incorrect order.
1064893-1 3-Major BT1064893 Keymgmtd memory leak occurrs while configuring ca-bundle-manager.
1064257-2 3-Major BT1064257 Bundled SSL certificates may not get revalidated successfully over OCSP after stapling parameters have been modified.
1063597-1 3-Major BT1063597 Memory leak in rewrite in some cases when no pool is selected on virtual server
1063237-4 3-Major BT1063237 Stats are incorrect when the management interface is not eth0
1062953-1 3-Major BT1062953 Unable to save configuration via tmsh or the GUI.
1062901-1 3-Major BT1062901 The 'trap-source' and 'network' SNMP properties are ineffective, and SNMP traps may be sent from an unintended interface.
1062857-3 3-Major BT1062857 Non-tmm source logs stop populating after a system time change.
1061905-3 3-Major BT1061905 Adding peer unit into device trust changes the failover address family.
1060181-3 3-Major BT1060181 SSL handshakes fail when using CRL certificate validator.
1059293-1 3-Major BT1059293 During DPD config changes, the IKEv2 tunnel may not start.
1058789-2 3-Major BT1058789 Virtual addresses are not created from an address list that includes an IP address range.
1058765-2 3-Major BT1058765 Virtual Addresses created from an address list with prefix all say Offline (enabled)
1057709-4 3-Major BT1057709 Invalid Certificate for all BIG-IP VE OVA images on vCenter 7.0U2.
1057501-4 3-Major BT1057501 Expired DST Root CA X3 resulting in http agent request failing.
1057305-1 3-Major BT1057305 On deployments that use DPDK, "-c" may be logged as the TMM process/thread name.
1050457-1 3-Major BT1050457 The "Permitted Versions" field of "tmsh show sys license" only shows on first boot
1046261-1 3-Major BT1046261 Asynchronous REST task IDs do not persist across process restarts
1045277-4 3-Major BT1045277 The /var partition may become 100% full requiring manual intervention to clear space
1044577-2 3-Major BT1044577 TMM crash on BIG-IP Virtual Edition using DPDK and xnet drivers
1044281-1 3-Major BT1044281 In some cases, cpcfg does not trigger selinux relabel, leaving files unlabeled
1044089-3 3-Major BT1044089 ICMP echo requests to virtual address gets a response even when the virtual server is offline when updated from GUI.
1044021-2 3-Major BT1044021 Searching for IPv4 strings in statistics module does not work.
1043141-1 3-Major BT1043141 Misleading 'Symmetric Unit Key decrypt failure - decrypt failure' when loading UCS from another BIG-IP
1042589-1 3-Major BT1042589 Wrong trunk_id is associated in bcm56xxd.
1041317-1 3-Major BT1041317 MCPD delay in processing a query_all message if the update_status bit is set
1040573-4 3-Major BT1040573 REST operation takes a long time when two different users perform tasks in parallel
1040277-4 3-Major BT1040277 Syslog-ng issue may cause logging to stop and possible reboot of a system
1040117-2 3-Major BT1040117 BIG-IP Virtual Edition drops UDP packets
1036613-3 3-Major BT1036613 Client flow might not get offloaded to PVA in embryonic state
1036557-1 3-Major BT1036557 Monitor information not seen in GUI
1036541-4 3-Major BT1036541 Inherited-traffic-group setting of floating IP does not sync on incremental sync
1036461-4 3-Major BT1036461 icrd_child may core with high numbers of open file descriptors.
1036097-4 3-Major BT1036097 VLAN failsafe does not trigger on guest
1036009-4 3-Major   Fix DPDK RSS configuration settings
1035661-4 3-Major BT1035661 REST Requests return 401 Unauthorized when using Basic Auth
1033689-1 3-Major BT1033689 BGP route map community value cannot be set to the required range when using AA::NN notation
1033333-4 3-Major BT1033333 FIPS: importing a stub SSL key file results in 2 keys that share the same FIPS device
1032821-7 3-Major BT1032821 Syslog: invalid level/facility from /usr/libexec/smart_parse.pl
1032257-1 3-Major BT1032257 Forwarded PVA offload requests fail on platforms with multiple PDE/TMM
1032001-2 3-Major BT1032001 Statemirror address can be configured on management network or clusterd restarting
1031117-1 3-Major BT1031117 The mcpd error for virtual server profiles incompatible needs to have more details
1031025-3 3-Major BT1031025 Nitrox 3 FIPS: Upgrade from v12.1.x to v14.1.x results in new .key.exp files for the FIPS keys created before upgrade.&start;
1029105-1 3-Major BT1029105 Hardware SYN cookie mode state change logs bogus virtual server address
1027481-3 3-Major BT1027481 'error: /bin/haloptns unexpected error -- 768' log messages generated on A110 and D112 platforms
1027477-3 3-Major BT1027477 Virtual server created with address-list in custom partition non-RD0 does not create listener
1027237-1 3-Major BT1027237 Cannot edit virtual server in GUI after loading config with traffic-matching-criteria
1026989-1 3-Major BT1026989 More specific dynamic or static routes created for application traffic processing can erroneously replace the route to the management subnet.
1026973-1 3-Major BT1026973 Static routes created for application traffic processing can erroneously replace the route to the management subnet.
1026861-3 3-Major BT1026861 Live Update of Browser Challenges and Anti-Fraud are not cleaned up
1026581-4 3-Major BT1026581 NETFLOW/IPFIX observationTimeMilliseconds Information Element value is not populated correctly.
1026273-4 3-Major BT1026273 HA failover connectivity using the cluster management address does not work on VIPRION platforms&start;
1025513-1 3-Major BT1025513 PAM Authenticator can cause authorization failure if it fails to lock /var/log/tallylog
1024421-2 3-Major BT1024421 At failover, ePVA flush leads to clock advancing and MPI timeout messages in TMM log
1022997-1 3-Major BT1022997 TCP segments with an incorrect checksum are transmitted when the sock driver is used in AWS deployments (e.g., 1NIC)
1021925-4 3-Major BT1021925 During bootup AWS BIG-IP endpoint was not licensed when custom gateway configured over management interface
1021873-1 3-Major BT1021873 TMM crash in IPIP tunnel creation with a pool route
1021109-4 3-Major BT1021109 The cmp-hash VLAN setting does not apply to trunked interfaces.
1020277-1 3-Major BT1020277 Mcpd may run out of memory when build image is missing&start;
1020129-2 3-Major BT1020129 Turboflex page in GUI reports 'profile.Features is undefined' error&start;
1020089-1 3-Major BT1020089 MCP validation should prevent defining multiple virtual servers with the same virtual address but with different subnet masks
1019793-2 3-Major BT1019793 Image2disk does not work on F5OS BIG-IP tenant.&start;
1019749-2 3-Major BT1019749 Enabling DHCP for management should not be allowed on vCMP guest
1019709-1 3-Major BT1019709 Modifying mgmt-dhcp options should not be allowed on VCMP guest
1019429-1 3-Major BT1019429 CMP Forwarded flows do not get syncache counter decremented when only server-side is PVA accelerated
1019285-1 3-Major BT1019285 Systemd hangs and is unresponsive
1019129-4 3-Major BT1019129 Changing syslog remote port requires syslog-ng restart to take effect
1018673-1 3-Major BT1018673 Virtual Edition systems replicate host traffic to all TMMs when a multicast MAC address is the traffic's nexthop
1018165-1 3-Major BT1018165 GUI display of DHCPv6 profile not correct for virtual server in non-default route-domain
1017897-1 3-Major BT1017897 Self IP address creation fails with 'ioctl failed: No such device'
1017857-1 3-Major BT1017857 Restore of UCS leads to incorrect UID on authorized_keys&start;
1015453-1 3-Major BT1015453 Under some circumstances, the "Local Traffic" menu in System -> Configuration is inaccessible in the GUI
1015093-1 3-Major BT1015093 The "iq" column is missing from the ndal_tx_stats table
1014285-5 3-Major BT1014285 Set auto-failback-enabled moved to false after upgrade&start;
1012601-4 3-Major BT1012601 Alarm LED and LCD alert cleared prematurely on startup for missing PSU input
1012449-1 3-Major BT1012449 Unable to edit custom inband monitor in the GUI
1012049-1 3-Major BT1012049 Incorrect virtual server list returned in response to status request
1011265-3 3-Major BT1011265 Failover script cannot read /config/partitions/ after upgrade&start;
1010341-4 3-Major BT1010341 Slower REST calls after update for CVE-2021-22986
1009793-2 3-Major BT1009793 Tmm crash when using ipsec
1009337-2 3-Major BT1009337 LACP trunk down due to bcm56xxd send failure
1007909-1 3-Major BT1007909 Tcpdump with :p (peer flow) flag does not capture forwarded between TMMs
1006345-4 3-Major BT1006345 Static mac entry on trunk is not programmed on CPU-only blades
1004469-1 3-Major BT1004469 SNMP OID ltmSipsessionProfileStatVsName and ltmSiprouterProfileStatVsName returns empty string
1003629 3-Major   PAYG license becomes invalid when swapping associated NICs for instances in both Azure and AWS.
1002417-2 3-Major BT1002417 Switch L2 forwarding entries learnt on multi-blade trunk in one blade needs to be synchronized to other blades of that trunk
1001129-1 3-Major   Maximum Login Failures lockout for root and admin
1000325-1 3-Major BT1000325 UCS load with 'reset-trust' may not work properly if base configuration fails to load&start;
992241-3 4-Minor BT992241 Unable to change initial admin password from GUI after root password change
986821-1 4-Minor BT986821 Command 'run util bash' event is not captured in log when initially executed
976517-2 4-Minor BT976517 Tmsh run sys failover standby with a device specified but no traffic group fails
964533-2 4-Minor BT964533 Multiple session_process_pending_event_callback ERROR: could not send callback messages get logged in the tmm logs.
933597-5 4-Minor BT933597 Mandatory arguments missing in tmsh security protocol-inspection profile help
929173-3 4-Minor BT929173 Watchdog reset due to CPU stall detected by rcu_sched
928665-4 4-Minor BT928665 Kernel nf_conntrack table might get full with large configurations.
927441-5 4-Minor BT927441 Guest user not able to see virtual server details when ASM policy attached
915473-4 4-Minor BT915473 Accessing Dashboard page with AVR provisioned causes continuous audit logs
915141-5 4-Minor BT915141 Availability status of virtual server remains 'available' even after associated pool's availability becomes 'unknown'
889813-3 4-Minor BT889813 Show net bwc policy prints bytes-per-second instead of bits-per-second
860573-6 4-Minor BT860573 LTM iRule validation performance improvement by tracking procedure/event that have been validated
843293-1 4-Minor BT843293 When L7 performance FPGA is loaded, "tmsh show sys fpga" shows standard-balanced-fpga.
808481-6 4-Minor BT808481 Hertfordshire county missing from GTM Region list
807309-5 4-Minor BT807309 Incorrect Active/Standby status in CLI Prompt after failover test
753712-4 4-Minor BT753712 Incorrect warning: Traffic Matching Criteria's inline source address has been set to any4 from any6 to match inline destination address' address family.
714705-8 4-Minor BT714705 Excessive "The Service Check Date check was skipped" log messages.
713183-7 4-Minor BT713183 Malformed JSON files may be present on vCMP host
712241-8 4-Minor BT712241 A vCMP guest may not provide guest health stats to the vCMP host
696363-7 4-Minor BT696363 Unable to create SNMP trap in the GUI
689147-6 4-Minor BT689147 Confusing log messages on certain user/role/partition misconfiguration when using remote role groups
674026-6 4-Minor BT674026 iSeries AOM web UI update fails to complete.&start;
673573-8 4-Minor BT673573 tmsh logs boost assertion when running child process and reaches idle-timeout
659579-6 4-Minor BT659579 Timestamps in icrd, restjavad, and restnoded logs are not synchronized with the system time
658943-5 4-Minor BT658943 Errors when platform-migrate loading UCS using trunks on vCMP guest
646768-6 4-Minor K71255118, BT646768 VCMP Guest CM device name not set to hostname when deployed
550526-3 4-Minor K84370515, BT550526 Some time zones prevent configuring trust with a peer device using the GUI.
539648-4 4-Minor K45138318, BT539648 Disabled db var Watchdog.State prevents vCMP guest activation.
447522-1 4-Minor BT447522 GUI: SNMPV3 Incorrectly requires "OID" when creating an SNMP user.
1121169-3 4-Minor BT1121169 Unable to resize the /appdata: /dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-dat.appdata when in use
1114253-4 4-Minor BT1114253 Weighted static routes do not recover from BFD link failures
1101741-2 4-Minor BT1101741 Virtual server with default pool down and iRule pool up will flap for a second during a full config-sync.
1096461-5 4-Minor BT1096461 TACACS system-auth Accounting setting has no effect when set to send-to-all-servers/send-to-first-server
1095973-3 4-Minor BT1095973 Config load failure when Trusted CA Bundle is missing and URL is present in the Bundle Manager
1095205-4 4-Minor BT1095205 Config.auditing.forward.multiple db Variable with value "none" is not working as expected with multiple destination addresses in audit_forwarder.
1089005-4 4-Minor BT1089005 Dynamic routes might be missing in the kernel on secondary blades.
1082193-3 4-Minor BT1082193 TMSH: Need to update the version info for SERVER_INIT in help page
1077293-2 4-Minor BT1077293 APPIQ option still showing in BIG-IP GUI even though its functionality migrated to BIG-IQ.
1076897-4 4-Minor BT1076897 OSPF default-information originate command options not working properly
1076253-1 4-Minor BT1076253 IKE library memory leak
1073965-1 4-Minor BT1073965 IPsec IKEv2 tunnel may report huge "life" for IKE SA.
1067653-2 4-Minor BT1067653 Ndisc6 is not working with non-default route domain.
1065821-4 4-Minor BT1065821 Cannot create an iRule with a newline between event and opening brace.
1064753-4 4-Minor BT1064753 OSPF LSAs are dropped/rate limited incorrectly.
1062385-4 4-Minor BT1062385 BIG-IP has an incorrect limit on the number of monitored HA-group entries.
1060769-1 4-Minor BT1060769 The /mgmt/tm/sys/performance/all-stats and /mgmt/tm/sys/performance/throughput iControl REST endpoints cannot be successfully parsed by common JSON libraries.
1060721-2 4-Minor BT1060721 Unable to disable auto renew in Certificate order manager via GUI.
1057925-4 4-Minor BT1057925 GTP iRule generates a warning.
1055053-4 4-Minor BT1055053 "tmsh load sys config default" does not clear Zebos config files.
1054497-1 4-Minor BT1054497 Tmsh command "show sys fpga" does not report firmware for all blades.
1053037-7 4-Minor BT1053037 MCP error on loading a UCS archive with a global flow eviction policy
1050413-4 4-Minor BT1050413 Drive model HGST HUS722T1TALA604 must be added to pendsect drives.xml.
1044893 4-Minor BT1044893 Kernel warnings from NIC driver Realtek 8139
1036265-4 4-Minor BT1036265 Overlapping summary routes might not be advertised after ospf process restart.
1035017-6 4-Minor   Remove unused CA-bundles
1034509-6 4-Minor BT1034509 Sensor read errors on VIPRION C2200 chassis
1033969-4 4-Minor BT1033969 MPLS label stripping needs next protocol indicator
1032921-4 4-Minor BT1032921 VCMP Guest CPU usage shows abnormal values at the Host
1029173-4 4-Minor BT1029173 MCP daemon does not log an error message upon connection failure to PostgreSQL server.
1025965-1 4-Minor BT1025965 Audit role users cannot see folder properties under sys-folder
1024301-1 4-Minor BT1024301 Missing required logs for "tmsh modify disk directory" command
1023817-2 4-Minor BT1023817 Misleading "Enabling NAT64 for virtual server with security NAT policy configured is redundant/not required." warning
1022297-4 4-Minor BT1022297 In BIG-IP GUI using "Select All" with filters is not working appropriately for policies
1020109-1 4-Minor BT1020109 Subnet mask property of virtual addresses not displayed in management GUI
1010785-3 4-Minor BT1010785 Online help is missing for CRL in client SSL profile and server SSL profile
1010761-3 4-Minor BT1010761 Missing TMSH help description for client-ssl profile 'CRL'
1006449-1 4-Minor BT1006449 The default size of the subagent object cache possibly leading to slow snmp response time&start;
1003469-1 4-Minor BT1003469 The BIG-IP GUI fails to reset the statistics for an IPv6 pool member and returns an error.
1003081-3 4-Minor BT1003081 GRE/TB-encapsulated fragments are not forwarded.
989937-2 5-Cosmetic BT989937 Device Trust Certificates Expiring after 2038-01-19 show date of 1969
1072173-1 5-Cosmetic BT1072173 The BIG-IP system incorrectly presents legacy ways of defining mirroring properties
1022421-4 5-Cosmetic BT1022421 Pendsec utility incorrectly starts on i2x00/i4x00 platform with NON WD disk


Local Traffic Manager Issues

ID Number Severity Links to More Info Description
1112349-4 1-Blocking BT1112349 FIPS Card Cannot Initialize
999669-1 2-Critical BT999669 Some HTTPS monitors are failing after upgrade when config has different SSL option&start;
956109-4 2-Critical BT956109 Modifying a traffic-matching-criteria with a port-list during a full sync may result in an incorrect configuration on the sync target
949137-1 2-Critical BT949137 Clusterd crash and vCMP guest failover
938545-1 2-Critical BT938545 Oversize plugin Tcl object results can result in 0-length messages and plugin crash
937649-4 2-Critical BT937649 Flow fwd broken with statemirror.verify enabled and source-port preserve strict
935193-4 2-Critical BT935193 With APM and AFM provisioned, single logout ( SLO ) fails
927633-4 2-Critical BT927633 Failure path in external datagroup internal mapping operation failure may result in 'entry != NULL' panic
922737-1 2-Critical BT922737 TMM crash
851385-8 2-Critical BT851385 Failover takes too long when traffic blade failure occurs
797573-1 2-Critical BT797573 TMM assert crash with resulting in core generation in multi-blade chassis
758491-5 2-Critical BT758491 When using NetHSM integration, after upgrade to 14.1.0 or later (or creating keys using fipskey.nethsm), BIG-IP cannot use the keys
632553-6 2-Critical K14947100, BT632553 DHCP: OFFER packets from server are intermittently dropped
599135-4 2-Critical BT599135 B2250 blades may suffer from high TMM CPU utilisation with tcpdump
515915-6 2-Critical K47804233, BT515915 Server side timewait close state causes long establishment under port reuse
1127725 2-Critical BT1127725 Performance drop with the AES_CCM 128 cipher&start;
1126093 2-Critical BT1126093 DNSSEC Key creation failure with internal FIPS card.
1110813-3 2-Critical   Improve MPTCP retransmission handling while aborting
1100249-2 2-Critical BT1100249 SNAT with FLOW_INIT firewall rule may core TMM due to wrong type of underlying flow structure
1099545-2 2-Critical BT1099545 Tmm may core when PEM virtual with a simple policy and iRule is being used
1091021-2 2-Critical BT1091021 The BIG-IP system may take no fail-safe action when the bigd daemon becomes unresponsive.
1078741-2 2-Critical BT1078741 Tmm crash
1073897-2 2-Critical BT1073897 TMM core due to memory corruption
1070181-3 2-Critical BT1070181 Secondary MCPD crashes with Configuration error
1067669-1 2-Critical BT1067669 TCP/UDP virtual servers drop all incoming traffic.
1064649-2 2-Critical BT1064649 Tmm crash after upgrade.&start;
1063653 2-Critical BT1063653 TMM Crash while processing traffic on virtual server.
1060369-1 2-Critical BT1060369 HTTP MRF Router will not change serverside load balancing method
1053305-2 2-Critical BT1053305 TMM crashes with assertion "vmem_hashlist_remove not found."
1039145-1 2-Critical BT1039145 Tenant mirroring channel disconnects with peer and never reconnects after failover.
1030185-5 2-Critical BT1030185 TMM may crash when looking up a persistence record using "persist lookup" iRule commands
1024241-1 2-Critical BT1024241 NULL TLS records from client to BIG-IP results in SSL session termination
998253-4 3-Major BT998253 SNI configuration is not sent via HTTPS when in-tmm monitors are disabled
996649-6 3-Major BT996649 Improper handling of DHCP flows leading to orphaned server-side connections
994081-1 3-Major BT994081 Traffic may be dropped with an Immediate idle timeout setting
991265-3 3-Major BT991265 Persistence entries point to the wrong servers for longer periods of time
985925-3 3-Major BT985925 Ipv6 Routing Header processing not compatible as per Segments Left value.
985749-1 3-Major BT985749 TCP exponential backoff algorithm does not comply with RFC 6298
985401-1 3-Major BT985401 ProxySSL virtual servers should work with web acceleration (ramcache) profiles attached
984897-1 3-Major BT984897 Some connections performing SSL mirroring are not handled correctly by the Standby unit.
978953-3 3-Major BT978953 The value of the sys db variable vlan.backplane.mtu intermittently out-of-sync with the value of the MTU of the kernel interface tmm_bp during the initial boot up
976525-5 3-Major BT976525 Transparent monitors can have the incorrect source address when snat.hosttraffic is enabled
975725-5 3-Major BT975725 Wildcard virtual servers do not forward L3 unicast traffic sent to L2 broadcast
968949-7 3-Major BT968949 Keepalives aren't sent in FIN_WAIT_2 when using a TCP profile
967353-1 3-Major BT967353 HTTP proxy should trim spaces between a header field-name and colon in its downstream responses.
966785-1 3-Major BT966785 Rate Shaping stops TCP retransmission
961653-3 3-Major BT961653 Unable to retrieve DNS link statistics via SNMP OID gtmLinkStatRate
961001-5 3-Major BT961001 Arp requests not resolved for snatpool members when primary blade goes offline
958785-8 3-Major BT958785 FTP data transfer does not complete after QUIT signal
956133-2 3-Major BT956133 MAC address might be displayed as 'none' after upgrading.&start;
948065-1 3-Major BT948065 DNS Responses egress with an incorrect source IP address.
947125-7 3-Major BT947125 Unable to delete monitors after certain operations
945189-5 3-Major BT945189 HTTPS monitor fails due to missing ECDHE-RSA-AES256-CBC-SHA&start;
944173-4 3-Major BT944173 SSL monitor stuck does not change TLS version
942217-6 3-Major BT942217 Virtual server keeps rejecting connections for rstcause 'VIP down' even though virtual status is 'available'
937573-1 3-Major BT937573 Connections drop in virtual server with Immediate Action On Service Down set to Drop
932461-5 3-Major BT932461 Cert update on server SSL profile on HTTPS monitor: BIG-IP not using the updated certificate.
928445-5 3-Major BT928445 HTTPS monitor is down when server_ssl profile cipher string is configured to TLSv1_2
927589-1 3-Major BT927589 ILX::call command response get truncated
922641-6 3-Major BT922641 Any iRules that park in a clientside or serverside command leave the iRule attached to the wrong flow
921541-6 3-Major BT921541 When certain sized payloads are gzipped, the resulting payload is chunked, incorrect, and is never delivered to the client due to missing end of chunk marker.
912293-5 3-Major BT912293 Persistence might not work properly on virtual servers that utilize address lists
907177-5 3-Major BT907177 Priority of embedded APM iRules is ignored
906653-1 3-Major BT906653 Server side UDP immediate idle-timeout drops datagrams
905477-6 3-Major BT905477 The sdmd daemon cores during config sync when multiple devices configured for iRules LX
901569-4 3-Major BT901569 Loopback traffic might get dropped when VLAN filter is enabled for a virtual server.
891145-7 3-Major BT891145 TCP PAWS: send an ACK for half-open connections that receive a SYN with an older TSVal
888885-3 3-Major BT888885 BIG-IP Virtual Edition TMM restarts frequently without core
887265-4 3-Major BT887265 BIG-IP systems may fail to come online after upgrade with ASM and VLAN-failsafe configuration&start;
887045-7 3-Major BT887045 The session key does not get mirrored to standby.
881937-2 3-Major BT881937 TMM and the kernel choose different VLANs as source IPs when using IPv6.
881065-5 3-Major BT881065 Adding port-list to Virtual Server changes the route domain to 0
878641-3 3-Major BT878641 TLS1.3 certificate request message does not contain CAs
878253-5 3-Major BT878253 LB::down no longer sends an immediate monitor probe
876569-2 3-Major BT876569 QAT compression codec produces gzip stream with CRC error
867985-6 3-Major BT867985 LTM policy with a 'shutdown' action incorrectly allows iRule execution
862001-6 3-Major BT862001 Improperly configured NTP server can result in an undisciplined clock stanza
851121-6 3-Major BT851121 Database monitor DBDaemon debug logging not enabled consistently
846977-7 3-Major BT846977 TCP:collect validation changed in 12.0.0: the first argument can no longer be zero&start;
812693-5 3-Major BT812693 Connection in FIN_WAIT_2 state may fail to be removed
805561-1 3-Major BT805561 Change of pool configuration in OneConnect environment can impact active traffic
779137-7 3-Major BT779137 Using a source address list for a virtual server does not preserve the destination address prefix
778501-5 3-Major BT778501 LB_FAILED does not fire on failure of HTTP/2 server connection establishment
751451-4 3-Major BT751451 When upgrading to v14.0.0 or later, the 'no-tlsv1.3' option is missing from HTTPS monitors automatically created server SSL profiles
739475-6 3-Major BT739475 Site-Local IPv6 Unicast Addresses support.
679316-8 3-Major BT679316 iQuery connections reset during SSL renegotiation
574762-4 3-Major   Forwarding flows leak when a routing update changes the egress vlan
369640-8 3-Major K17195 iRules might return incorrect data when multiple partitions and/or folders contain objects with the same name
1126329-2 3-Major BT1126329 SSL Orchestrator with explicit proxy mode with proxy chaining enabled fails to send the CONNECT&start;
1115041-1 3-Major BT1115041 BIG-IP does not forward the response received after GOAWAY, to the client.
1113181-2 3-Major BT1113181 Self-IP allows no traffic following a modification from "Allow Custom (Include Default)" to "Allow Custom".
1112205-3 3-Major BT1112205 HTTP/2 may garble responses if the client-side stream aborts while response headers are on the wire
1111473-4 3-Major BT1111473 "Invalid monitor rule instance identifier" error after sync with FQDN nodes
1110949-2 3-Major BT1110949 Updating certKeyChain of parent SSL profile using iControl does not change the cert and key outside certKeyChain of the child profile
1110165-3 3-Major BT1110165 Fasthttp connections infrequently fail
1109953-4 3-Major BT1109953 TMM may crash if a data-group is used when an SSL Forward Proxy Bypass/Intercept list contains extremely long entry
1107605-1 3-Major BT1107605 TMM crash reported with specific policy settings
1106673-3 3-Major BT1106673 Tmm crash with FastL4 virtual servers and CMP disabled
1105969-1 3-Major BT1105969 Gratuitous ARP not issued for non-floating self-IP on clicking "Update" via the GUI
1104553-2 3-Major BT1104553 HTTP_REJECT processing can lead to zombie SPAWN flows piling up
1102429-2 3-Major BT1102429 iRule 'reject' command under 'FLOW_INIT' event does not send the reject packet out in some cases.
1101181-2 3-Major BT1101181 HTTP request payload not forwarded by BIG-IP when serverside is HTTP/2 and HTTP MRF router is enabled on virtual server
1099373-2 3-Major BT1099373 Virtual Servers may reply with a three-way handshake when disabled or when processing iRules
1099229-4 3-Major BT1099229 SSL does not resume/reset async LTM policy events correctly when both policy and iRules are present
1097473-4 3-Major BT1097473 BIG-IP transmits packets with incorrect content
1096893-1 3-Major BT1096893 TCP syncookie-initiated connections may end up unexpectedly IP-fragmenting packets mid-connection
1093061-2 3-Major BT1093061 MCPD restart on secondary blade during hot-swap of another blade
1091969-3 3-Major BT1091969 iRule 'virtual' command does not work for connections over virtual-wire.
1091785-2 3-Major BT1091785 DBDaemon restarts unexpectedly and/or fails to restart under heavy load
1088597-2 3-Major BT1088597 TCP keepalive timer can be immediately re-scheduled in rare circumstances
1088173-2 3-Major BT1088173 With TLS 1.3, client Certificate is stored after HANDSHAKE even if retain-certificate parameter is disabled in SSL profile
1087569-4 3-Major BT1087569 Changing max header table size according HTTP2 profile value may cause stream/connection to terminate
1086473-3 3-Major BT1086473 BIG-IP resumes a TLS session on the client-side but then proceeds to do a full handshake
1084965-3 3-Major BT1084965 Low visibility of attack vector
1083621-1 3-Major BT1083621 The virtio driver uses an incorrect packet length
1083589-3 3-Major BT1083589 Some connections are dropped on chained IPv6 to IPv4 virtual servers.
1081813-2 3-Major BT1081813 A rst_stream can erronously tear down the overall http2 connection.
1080985-1 3-Major   Route Domain ID specified in Address list does not take effect on virtual server IP via TMC.
1079769-1 3-Major BT1079769 Tmm utilizing the virtio driver might crash after modifying several IPv6 virtual servers
1079237-1 3-Major BT1079237 After certain configuration tasks are performed, TMM may run with stale SNAT translation parameters.
1078357-2 3-Major BT1078357 HTTP_REJECT processing can lead to zombie SPAWN flows
1077553-3 3-Major BT1077553 Traffic matches the wrong virtual server after modifying the port matching configuration
1076577-3 3-Major BT1076577 iRule command 'connects' fails to resume when used with Diameter/Generic-message 'irule_scope_msg'
1075045-1 3-Major BT1075045 Proxy initialization failed, Defaulting to DENY, after applying additional profile to a virtual server
1074505-1 3-Major BT1074505 Traffic classes are not attached to virtual server at TMM start
1072397-1 3-Major BT1072397 VLAN failsafe failover does not occur in three-node device group
1071385-3 3-Major BT1071385 SSL session resumption using session tickets is incorrectly logging handshake failure messages
1070957-1 3-Major BT1070957 Database monitor log file backups cannot be rotated normally.