What's New in Version 4.2.0

Feature Description
Configure GPON Settings Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) is a point-to-multipoint access network that uses passive splitters in a fiber distribution network, enabling one single feeding fiber from the provider to serve multiple homes and small businesses. To understand how to configure GPON Settings see Configure GPON Settings and Performing Remote Diagnostics Tests.
Edge 610-LTE Device The 4.2.0 release introduces the Edge 610-LTE device, which is an extension of the Edge 610 device with an integrated CAT12 EM75xx Sierra Wireless (SWI) modem. The Edge 610-LTE device supports all the features that the Edge 510-LTE device offers, with an additional power of an CAT12 module and with a wide range of bands covering various geographical locations. For more information about the Edge 610-LTE Device, see the following sections:
Edge 3810 Device The 4.2.0 release introduces the Edge 3810 device. It is an evolution of the Edge 3800 platform, which includes 6 GE ports and 8 SFP ports. For more information about the Edge 3810 device, see Configure Device Settings, section Edge 3810.
Enhanced HA Support for LTE Interface in 510-LTE and 610-LTE In the Enhanced High Availability (eHA) mode in which an Active Edge detects different WAN link(s) connected to a Standby Edge when compared to the link(s) connected to itself, an additional support is added to detect and use the LTE link on the Standby Edge for forwarding the LAN-side traffic to the Internet through the LTE link, if the Active Edge fails. See Enhanced HA.
Enhancements to Conditional Backhaul Whenever there is a CSS (Zscaler) link failure on a VMware SD-WAN Edge, while the Public Internet is still up, the Policy-based Conditional Backhaul provides the SD-WAN Edge the ability to failover Internet-bound traffic that use CSS link based on the status of CSS tunnel, irrespective of the status of the public links. See Conditional Backhaul.
Enhancements to Enterprise Reports Enables to create customized Enterprise Reports with more parameters like Non SD-WAN Destination for Edge and Gateway, Backup link usage, Top talkers, and so on. See Enterprise Reports.
Enhancements to Monitoring portal The monitoring dashboard has been enhanced to monitor QoE for Edges, option to download a report of the output in CSV format, and option to filter the view of the reports. See Monitor Enterprise using New Orchestrator UI.
Enhancements to Webhooks JSON Payload Template The enterpriseLogicalId (customerLogicalId) and edgeLogicalId (deviceLogicalId) template strings are now supported for Webhooks JSON Payload Template. See Configure Alerts.
Multi-hop BFD While BFD on Edge and Gateway supports directly connected BFD Sessions, you need to configure BFD peers in conjunction with multi-hop BGP neighbors. The multi-hop BFD option supports this requirement. See Configure BFD.
Multi-hop BGP Enables to configure multi-hop for the BGP peers that are not connected directly. See Configure BGP.
Support for Multiple IP address on a single VLAN Enables to add secondary IP addresses to a VLAN in addition to the primary IP address, to increase the number of host addresses for a network segment. See Configure VLAN for Edges.
Zscaler Sub-Location Automation At the Edge level, for a selected automated Zscaler CSS provider, you can now create Sub-locations, configure Gateway options and Bandwidth controls for the Sub-locations. See Configure Cloud Security Services for Edges.

Previous VMware SD-WAN Versions

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