|Lumeta Enterprise Edition 4.3|
The upgrade file is available now in FireMon User Center > Downloads.
We recommend that you upgrade your Lumeta Enterprise Scouts when you upgrade your Command Center. However, Enterprise Scouts 4.1x and later are compatible with the 4.3 version of the Command Center.
A variety of support tools previously available only on Command Centers, including the capability to download a log bundle, are available from your Enterprise Scout GUI. On your Enterprise Scout, navigate to Settings > Support Tools to see the additions.
Integration with Security Manager
Lumeta's integration with Security Manager has been enhanced as follows:
- All devices for which interface data is present, regardless of whether route data is present, are forwarded to FireMon Security Manager.
- Devices pushed from Lumeta to Security Manager are labeled by their "sysname" rather than their IP address. The IP Address is already listed under the Management IP column.
- Lumeta does not push 0.0.0.0/0, which would allow traffic from any IPv4.
- Lumeta removes duplicate devices before pushing them to Security Manager.
Operational Technology (OT) Dashboard
Lumeta introduces the addition mapping of operational technology vendors mapped to IEEE data to provide our customers with visibility on these types devices. This new capability will give you visibility on the OT devices in your environment.
OutThe out-of-the-box dashboard assists in identifying OT dashboard, shown below, will enable you to distinguish between Operational Technology (OT) vs. and Information Technology (IT) and provides while also providing the device details of associated with each piece of equipment.
Device count (Y axis) by Type of Device (X axis)
External Data Connector (EDC)
All External Data Connector (EDC) requests are checked against the Target and Eligible Lists.
Additional Device Attribute
A "true" or "false" Forwarding attribute displays in the Device Details > Attributes > System column column to indicate based on SNMP response whether or not the device described in that row forwards traffic.
Our product is called "Lumeta" on the GUI, CLI, and API. The legacy names "Spectre" and "ESI" have been removed or replaced. However, the default hostname and root prompt is programmed to be "esi-" followed by the hex encoded IP address. This instance is temporary and will only remain until your system admin changes the host name.
Lumeta 4.3 resolves Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures (CVEs) and incorporates a variety of security-related (and non-security-related) enhancements. See Security See Security Advisories 4.3 (coming soon) for a list of CVEs resolved in this Lumeta 4.3 release. CVEs on our radar are also available.
Change Log Updated 9/8/2021
LUM-2783 - Automate Lumeta release manufacturing2856 - Customer issues targeted in 4.3
LUM-2847 2966 - Automation Updated requirements for the Lumeta 4.3 releaseFireMon Integrations
LUM-428 - Make x509 subject and issuer CNs "friendlier"
LUM-2822 - Lumeta 4.1 is trying to connect to IP 188.8.131.52 (terracotta.org)
LUM-2854 - Copy OVA to hector