On Wednesday, February 24 (Updated - now Thursday February 25), Cisco Umbrella released the Umbrella roaming client 2.2.544 and 2.2.548 for macOS for all customers on our release candidate, first wave, and second wave of production release waves.
Between Monday March 15 and Wednesday, March 17, Cisco Umbrella will release version 2.2.559 for our release candidate, first and second wave of release.
One additional update is planned above 2.2.559 to release to our first and second wave before continuing to all users by May. Access to this patched Big Sur resolution build will be provided at the bottom of this page upon release to our release candidate wave.
Change Summary (2.2.548 to 2.2.559)
- Resolved issue with IPv6 where 127.0.0.1 remained on the network settings on reboot until manually removed
Change Summary (2.2.544 to 2.2.548)
- Resolved issue with saved states during a reboot on MacOS Big Sur with IPv6 enabled on one Network Interface
Change Summary (2.2.54 to 2.2.544)
2.2.544 is a high priority release to address an issue with MacOS Big Sur and IPv6 networks (https://support.umbrella.com/hc/en-us/articles/360053548132)
- Improve Enterprise Connect support
- Resolve conflict with MacOS Big Sur and IPv6
To upgrade machines early for validation, download the new version here . This link will become available once the release is completed. This build will not be released to all users - an additional bugfix build is on the way for April.
To upgrade, run the installer as a user with sufficient privileges.
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