|Lumeta Cloud Scout 22.214.171.124|
|Full Deployment Only (no upgrade path)||Source||Deployment Method||Deployment Procedure|
|Lumeta Cloud Scout||AMI||firemon.com/community||Lumeta Cloud Scout 1.0.1.027948.11364|
Enterprise Scouts are not compatible with 3.3.4 Command Centers and must be upgraded to the 3.3.4 version. Regarding Cloud Scouts, no changes have been made to the Cloud Scout since Lumeta Enterprise Edition 3.3.2 was released. If your installed Lumeta Cloud Scout is release 1.0.1, no action is necessary.
|Lumeta Enterprise Edition Compatibility ||Enterprise Scout||Cloud Scout||Portal|
|Command Center 3.3.4|
|Upgrade to Enterprise Scout 3.3.4 is required||Replace older 126.96.36.199 (v13841.339) with 1.0.1.01.0.1.027948.11364 for 3.3.4|
WMI Discovery & Profiling
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provides information about the status of local and remote Windows computer systems. WMI augments Lumeta discovery, profiling, and reporting with values retrieved from WMI-enabled devices.
See WMI Discovery & Profiling for more.
BGP Discovery and IPv6
A BGP peer can now be added to BGP Discovery as an IPv6 address. Input is no longer IPv4-only.
See for more.
Other IPv6 enhancements:
- In Settings > System Interfaces, the Command Center is now shown in IPv6 (and also newly display the packet rate):
A text file of IPv6 custom attributes (IPv4 and/or IPv6) can now be uploaded to Settings > Zones > Custom Attributes. See About Custom Device Attributes for more.
Security Manager Integration
Now you can share information between FireMon Lumeta and FireMon Security Manager (SM) via the integration and push Lumeta-discovered devices to Security Manager (i.e., non-managed devices to Security Manager). Security Manager refers to these devices as "synthetic routers," and includes the data as part of the device's definition.
Widget Connector url http://youtube.com/watch?v=YQmpbqrR3Qc
See FireMon Management Dashboard for more.
More device profile data can now be exchanged between Cisco Meraki Management Station and Lumeta Enterprise 3.3.4x.
See Meraki Integration for more.
Enhanced Custom Attributes
Lumeta now supports an individual device having multiple attribute values for the same attribute name.
See About Custom Attributes for more.
With this release, Lumeta Enterprise Edition has been made to satisfy recent STIG findings. Users with a need to know may request additional information on these by contacting us at email@example.com.
New pages include the following:
- About Custom Device Attributes
- Configuring BGP Monitoring
- FireMon Management Dashboard
- Meraki Integration
- WMI Discovery & Profiling
- Search & Device Details
- Searching for Device DetailsDevices
- Device Details
- Search Syntax
- Cloud Device Details
This release includes the following enhancements:
|LUM-729||New CLI and API commands are available to view the information in certificates. See Certificate APIs and Certificate CLI Commands for more.|
Added IP, MAC and Router ID columns to "All Certificates" query and report
|LUM-969||Rapid7 integration can now be configured through CLI. See System Administration via CLI for more|
The following issues reported by customers have been fixed:
The wildcard search in Device Details was returning a "500 Internal Server Error." This has been repaired. Now you can use the * symbol to substitute for one or more characters in a search and ? can be substituted for one character. You can also do a partial string search in this field.
Also in Zone configuration, a "/128" now gets properly appended to IPv6 addresses uploaded in non-CIDR notation. This behavior corrects the older addition of "/32," which was a defect.
When adding SNMP, Cloud, or WMI credentials, credentials of the same type must be unique. Attempts to add credentials with an existing alias of the same type are usually (but not always) rejected. Currently, aliases are validated across SNMP, Cloud, and WMI discovery types. As a result, if you add the SNMP alias "test2" you will not be able to add "test2" as a Cloud or WMI alias. An enhancement is planned for development.
Attempting to create an attribute that already exists as a different kind may yield unexpected behavior:
An enhancement for these is planned for development.
Security Updates & STIG
Lumeta 3.3.4 resolves Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures (CVEs) and incorporates a variety of security-related (and non-security-related) enhancements. A list of CVEs resolved in this 3.3.4 release is available.
This database schema shows a visual representation of the Lumeta database. It lets you click through the hierarchy of database tables via child and parent table relationships as represented by both HTML links and entity-relationship diagrams.
The SWADLed WADL is our swagger-styled WADL documentation viewer. The Lumeta 3.3.4 SWADLed WADL comes from an auto-generated WADL that has been converted into human-readable documentation.
Following are the changes made in preparation for this Lumeta Enterprise Edition 3.3.4 release as of 11/20/2019.
LUM-5 - SNMPv3 credentials not giving the expected results
LUM-1263 - X15 : Ingestion has stopped even when the filemonitor process is running.
LUM-405 - Attribute NACK
LUM-406 - Utilize WMI to provide data on Windows Defender, HBSS and Tanium agents
LUM-1014 - Custom Attributes work in 3.3.4
LUM-9 - CLONE - Update libssh2 and dbus for security