TCPWave Resources
TCPWave Resources

TCPWave Knowledge Base is a repository of large number articles made available to the TCPWave customers. It contains information on many problems encountered by customers of TCPWave products. Each article bears an ID number and articles are often referred to by their Knowledge Base (KB) ID. Customers of TCPWave can download the software and the documents needed to setup and operate TCPWave appliances. Browse our  knowledge base and resources for information and examples of the technologies embedded in our appliances.  Learn how TCPWave IPAM simplifies mission critical core network services with  network consolidation, optimization, SDN integration, modernization, cloud, virtualization, BYOD and IPv6. TCPWave resources can only be accessed by the registered customers. Click here to register.

Security Advisories
Intel Meltdown and Spectre Security Advisory TWA SEC 3654
TWA SEC 3654: Vulnerability - Security Advisory - January 5, 2018
A new class of issues have been identified in common CPU architectures. The presently known issues could allow unprivileged code to read privileged memory locations.
SA44019 - February 26 2019 OpenSSL Security Advisory
TWA SEC 3653: glibc Security Advisory  - February 18, 2016
Google has announced ”glibc getaddrinfo()” vulnerability in glibc.
End Of Life Announcements
End of Life Announcement for TWC DNS and TWC Lite Appliances Running on a Dell R420

TCPWave announces the end of life of the TWC DNS and TWC Sharkcage appliances running on Dell PowerEdge R420. This announcement applies to all the customers using the R420 appliances distributed by Dell CFI. Maintenance releases and software fixes will no longer be available for the R420 image as of August 31, 2018.Software defects found in this release are addressed by migrating to the Dell CFI image loaded on R430. Customers under maintenance contract will continue to receive support from the Dell/TCPWave Technical Assistance Center till August 2018.

TCPWave IPAM Brochure Document

TCPWave's software for DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management (DDI) includes a full featured and integrate-able solution that helps network administrators eliminate network conflicts and outages, track critical assets, ensure network security and provide reports based on a wide range of parameters, including IP address status (dynamic, static, available, reserved, etc.), networks, subnets, and admin activities. TCPWave IP Address Management (IPAM) allows the Network Personnel to automate the process of allocating and deallocating IP address resources. This automation is both efficient and intelligent. The IPAM can dynamically manage the available address space by complying with the organization's IP Address and Security policies. TCPWave IPAM provides an intuitive Graphical Web User Interface for managing DDI as well as all related services. TCPWave DDI can manage multiple external DNS hosting services, manage TCPWave DNS in the Cloud as well as multiple DNS vendors to minimize myriad DNS attacks. The architecture and design of the TCPWave DDI solution is built using state of the art technology.

Dell poweredge servers 11th generation transition guide

Dell introduced the 11th Generation PowerEdge Servers on March 30th worldwide.

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