Note: The ASA 5506-X series does not support concurrently running the REST API and the FirePOWER module Version 6.0 or later. If necessary, disable the ASA REST API using the “no rest-api agent” command.
The following table lists the new features for ASA REST API Version 1.2(2).
Table 1 New Features for ASA REST API 1.2(2)
We added Smart Licensing support.
Support for IP Audit and for additional application inspection protocols
We added support for IP Audit and for additional application inspection protocols (FTP, NetBIOS, RTSP, SIP, SQL*Net).
ASA serial number querying
We added the ability to query for the ASA's serial number.
New Features in ASA REST API 1.2(1)
Released: August 11, 2015
The following table lists the new features for ASA REST API Version 1.2(1).
Table 2 New Features for ASA REST API 1.2(1)
Monitoring support for multi-context mode
We added monitoring support for multi-context mode.
DHCP server and relay
We added support for DHCP servers and relay agents.
We added DNS support.
Protocol Timeout (PTO)
We added support for Protocol Time-outs.
We added GTP support.
IP Options changed.
Open and Resolved Bugs
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