Product Life Cycle Tables

The Product Support Life Cycle table describes the phase during which SonicWall products are eligible for product support and new release downloads. Models not listed here are considered to be current and have not yet entered the End of Support life cycle.

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3.6.32
Full Support Date 2021-10-22
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-01-22
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-04-22
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.6.30
Full Support Date 2021-09-10
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-12-10
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2022-03-10
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.6.29
Full Support Date 2021-08-15
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-11-15
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2022-02-15
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.6
Full Support Date 2021-05-18
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-08-18
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-11-18
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.5.19
Full Support Date 2020-11-29
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-04-30
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-05-31
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.1.5
Full Support Date 2021-03-24
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-04-30
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-05-31
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.1.4
Full Support Date
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-04-30
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-05-31
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.1.1
Full Support Date 2020-07-31
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2021-04-30
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2021-05-31
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
3.0.11
Full Support Date 2020-05-04
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-08-04
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-11-04
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.28
Full Support Date 2020-03-05
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-06-05
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-09-05
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.27
Full Support Date 2020-01-21
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-04-21
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-07-21
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.24
Full Support Date 2019-12-03
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-04-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-06-03
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.20
Full Support Date 2019-11-22
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-02-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-06-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.17
Full Support Date 2019-09-18
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2020-02-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-05-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.10
Full Support Date 2019-06-14
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2019-11-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-02-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
2.0.6
Full Support Date 2019-04-10
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2019-07-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2019-10-10
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
1.5.12
Full Support Date 2019-01-09
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2019-11-01
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2020-02-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
1.5.10
Full Support Date 2018-11-14
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2019-01-09
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2019-07-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
1.5.7
Full Support Date 2018-10-02
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2018-11-14
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2019-07-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
1.0.24
Full Support Date 2018-08-01
Fully supported, generally available release/version. Enhancement requests for this release are accepted and may be considered for future releases. Maintenance releases and/or hot fixes are periodically made available for this release. Release/version is fully supported by both Support and Development. Release/version is available for download from Support Portal.
Limited Support Date 2018-10-02
Limited Support Support is available for this release/version, and we will use best efforts to provide known workarounds or fixes. No new code fixes will be generated except under extreme circumstances and at SonicWall's discretion. Enhancement requests are not accepted. Customers are encouraged to plan an upgrade to a release/version on Full Support .
Supported Discount Date 2019-07-01
Discontinued versions which are retired or discontinued. No new patches or fixes will be created for this release. Not available for download from Support Portal. Support will be provided to assist with upgrading to a supported version. Support is not obligated to provide assistance on this version of the product.
SonicOS 6.5.4.7
Model SOHOW, SOHO 250, SOHO 250W, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ350, TZ350W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/01/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active General Release
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.6
Model SOHOW, SOHO 250, SOHO 250W, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ350, TZ350W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/29/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.5
Model SOHOW, SOHO 250, SOHO 250W, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ350, TZ350W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/07/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.4
Model SOHOW, SOHO 250, SOHO 250W, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ350, TZ350W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 07/19/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.3
Model SOHOW, SOHO 250, SOHO 250W, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ350, TZ350W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/07/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.3.3
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/21/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.3.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300P, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600, TZ600P
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 01/10/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-21
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.2.2
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/15/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-21
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.2.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 06/29/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-05-15
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.3
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/24/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2022-03-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active General Release
End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.2
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 7/19/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 4/17/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.2
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 1/03/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/21/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-05-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.0
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/8/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-05-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.2
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/2/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.0
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 7/31/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.7.3
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.7.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/31/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2020-03-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.6.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/2/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.6.0
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 8/8/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.3
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/22/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.2
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/21/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.1
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/28/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.0 & older 6.x versions
Model SOHOW, TZ300, TZ300W, TZ400, TZ400W, TZ500, TZ500W, TZ600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/11/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.2.13
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/07/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active Maintenance Release
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.2.7
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/07/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active Maintenance Release
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.13
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 07/19/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-04-07
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active
End of Development
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.12
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 04/05/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2020-01-19
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.11
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 02/20/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-10-05
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.10
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-20
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.7
Model SOHO, TZ100, TZ100W, TZ105, TZ105W, TZ200, TZ200W, TZ205, TZ205W, TZ210, TZ210W, TZ215, TZ215W
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 8/31/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active (upgrade recommended)
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SOHO 250
Last Order Day 2021-07-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-08-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-07-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-07-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-08-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-07-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-08-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
SOHO 250W
Last Order Day 2021-07-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-08-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-07-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-07-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-08-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-07-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-08-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
TZ400 W
Last Order Day 2021-07-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-08-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-07-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-07-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-08-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-07-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-08-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
300
Last Order Day 2020-01-22
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2020-01-23
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2022-01-22
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2024-01-22
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2022-01-23
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2025-01-22
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2025-01-23
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
300W (AC Model)
Last Order Day 2020-01-22
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2020-01-23
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2022-01-22
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2024-01-22
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2022-01-23
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2025-01-22
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2025-01-23
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
SOHO
Last Order Day 2020-01-22
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2020-01-23
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2022-01-22
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2024-01-22
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2022-01-23
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2025-01-22
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2025-01-23
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
215W
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-09-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
205W
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-09-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
105W
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-09-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
215W
Last Order Day 2016-06-01
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-06-22
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-06-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-06-01
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-06-02
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-06-02
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
105W
Last Order Day 2015-09-10
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-09-11
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-09-10
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-09-10
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-09-11
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-09-10
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-09-11
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
205W
Last Order Day 2015-08-05
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-08-06
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-08-05
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-08-05
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-08-06
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-08-05
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-08-06
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
215
Last Order Day 2015-07-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-08-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-07-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-08-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-07-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-08-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
105
Last Order Day 2015-07-28
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-09-27
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-07-28
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-07-28
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-07-29
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-07-28
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-07-29
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
205
Last Order Day 2015-06-30
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-07-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-06-30
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-06-30
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-07-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-06-30
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-07-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
200W
Last Order Day 2013-01-14
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2013-01-15
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2015-01-14
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2017-01-13
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2015-01-15
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2018-01-12
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2018-01-13
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
200
Last Order Day 2013-01-14
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2013-01-15
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2015-01-14
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2017-01-13
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2015-01-15
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2018-01-12
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2018-01-13
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
100W
Last Order Day 2012-11-16
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2012-11-17
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2014-11-16
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2016-11-15
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2014-11-17
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2017-11-14
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2017-11-15
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
100
Last Order Day 2012-11-16
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2012-11-16
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2014-11-16
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2016-11-15
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2014-11-17
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2017-11-14
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2017-11-15
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
210W
Last Order Day 2012-05-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2012-06-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2014-05-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2016-05-30
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2014-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2017-05-29
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2017-05-30
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
210
Last Order Day 2012-05-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2012-06-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2014-05-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2016-05-30
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2014-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2017-05-29
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2017-05-30
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
SonicOS 6.5.4.7
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/01/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active General Release
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.6
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/29/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.5
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/07/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.4
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 07/19/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.4.3
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/07/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.3.3
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 05/21/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.3.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 01/10/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-21
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.2.2
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/15/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-21
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.2.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650, NSa6650, NSa9250, NSa9450, NSa9650
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 06/29/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-05-15
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.4.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.3
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/24/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2022-03-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active General Release
End Of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.2
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 7/19/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.1.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600,  NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650, NSa3650, NSa4650, NSa5650
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 4/17/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.2
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 1/03/2018
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/21/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-05-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.5.0.0
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600, NSa2650
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/8/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-05-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.2
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/2/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.9.0
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 7/31/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.7.3
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.7.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/31/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2020-03-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.6.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/2/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.6.0
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 8/8/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.3
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 11/22/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-01-31
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.2
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/21/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.1
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type ER
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/28/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 6.2.5.0 & older 6.x versions
Model NSA2600, NSA3600, NSA4600, NSA5600, NSA6600
Type FR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 3/11/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2018-07-30
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 6.5.1.3
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.2.13
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/07/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active Maintenance Release
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.2.7
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/07/2020
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active Maintenance Release
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade N/A
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.13
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 07/19/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2021-04-07
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active
End of Development
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.12
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 04/05/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2020-01-19
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.11
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 02/20/2019
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-10-05
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.10
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type MR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 10/25/2017
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date 2019-08-20
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status End Of Support
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.13
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
SonicOS 5.9.1.7
Model NSA220, NSA220W, NSA240, NSA2400, NSA2400MX, NSA250M, NSA250MW, NSA3500, NSA4500, NSA5000
Type GR
A complete explanation of release types is available at the bottom of this page. (GR) General Release: General Release software is a mature, widely deployed and proven release, used for production environments. (FR) Feature Release: Feature Release software is a new release that introduces major new features in the product. (MR) Maintenance Release: Maintenance Release software includes bug fixes and enhancements made to a previous release (IR) Initial Release: Initial release software is the first release of a new product. (ER) Early Release: This is software that includes incremental changes to a previous release. (Hotfix) Hotfix Release: Contains the latest fixes and patches, and are provided to customers who are looking to address specific issues.
Release Date 8/31/2016
The date the firmware was released
EOS Date
End of Support (EOS) is the date which SonicWall will cease support for the related firmware including fixes or upgrades. A recommended upgrade path is suggested for any firmware version approaching the EOS phase. Should a technical issue arise with firmware during the EOS phase, customers will be required to upgrade to a supported firmware version.
Status Active (upgrade recommended)
End of Maintenance
The status field indicates whether or not a firmware version is considered Active. - Active: This firmware version is considered current and is fully supported. - Upgrade Recommended: This firmware version is approaching its EOS (End of Support) date. A recommended upgrade path is provided for all firmware versions approaching EOS.
Recommended Ugprade 5.9.2.7
The recommended upgrade section shows the supported upgrade path from an earlier version of firmware to the latest version of SonicOS firmware. Please consult our Upgrade Guides before completing any firmware upgrades.
6600
Last Order Day 2021-05-02
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-05-03
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-05-02
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-03-02
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-05-03
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-05-02
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-05-03
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
5600
Last Order Day 2021-03-02
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-03-03
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-03-02
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-03-02
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-03-03
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-03-02
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-03-03
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
4600
Last Order Day 2021-03-02
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-03-03
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-03-02
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-03-02
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-03-03
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-03-02
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-03-03
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
3600
Last Order Day 2021-03-02
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2021-03-03
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2023-03-02
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2025-03-02
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2023-03-03
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2026-03-02
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2026-03-03
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
2600
Last Order Day 2019-03-07
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2019-03-08
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2021-03-07
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2023-03-07
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2021-03-08
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2024-03-07
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2024-03-08
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
E8500
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-12-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-01-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-12-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-01-01
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-01-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-12-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-01-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
250M
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
250M
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-09-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
220W
(Japan Model)
Last Order Day 2016-08-31
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2016-09-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2018-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2020-08-31
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2018-09-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2021-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2021-09-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
250MW
Last Order Day 2015-08-30
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-08-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-08-30
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-08-30
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-08-31
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-08-30
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-08-31
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
220W
Last Order Day 2015-08-15
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-08-16
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-08-15
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-08-15
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-08-16
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-08-15
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-09-16
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
220
Last Order Day 2015-08-15
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2015-08-16
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2017-08-15
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2019-08-15
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2017-08-15
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2020-08-15
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2020-08-16
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
2400
Last Order Day 2014-04-01
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2014-05-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2016-04-30
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2018-04-30
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2016-05-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2019-04-30
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2019-05-01
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
3500
Last Order Day 2013-05-20
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2013-06-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2015-05-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2017-05-19
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2015-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2018-05-18
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2018-05-19
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
4500
Last Order Day 2013-05-16
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2013-05-14
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2015-05-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2017-05-15
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2015-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2018-05-14
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2018-05-15
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
5000
Last Order Day 2013-05-13
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2013-04-13
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2015-05-31
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2017-05-12
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2015-06-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2018-05-11
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
End of Support 2018-05-12
End of Support (EOS) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer provide technical support, firmware updates/upgrades or hardware replacement for the product, and that all remaining unique inventory or materials will become unavailable. SonicWall may continue to offer security service subscriptions such as Content Filtering and Intrusion Prevention during the End of Support phase, but it will no longer provide technical support for the product or any security service running on it. Should a technical issue arise on one of the subscription services that is offered during the End of Support phase, customers may be required to transition to an upgrade product at their own cost. Certain remaining entitlements on the End of Support appliance may be transitioned to the upgrade appliance upon request.
240
Last Order Day 2012-04-30
Last Order Day is the last day to order the product from SonicWall and signifies SonicWall's intent to start the end of life process. The duration of this phase is variable and depends on numerous factors including material availability, SonicWall and channel inventory and end-user demand. Last Day Order is informational only; products in this phase are active. SonicWall continues to sell support contracts.
ARM Begin 2012-05-01
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
Last ARM End 2014-04-30
Active Retirement Mode is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it is no longer actively manufacturing or selling the product. Products in ARM are removed from all price lists and marketing collateral at this time. Support contracts for products in this phase will remain on price lists and will continue to be available for purchase until the phase has ended. During this time SonicWall may release a limited number of new features and will issue bug fixes only to the latest version of firm
1 Year LDO 2016-04-29
1-Year Support Last Day Order represents the final day to purchase a 1-year support contract or subscription service that bundles support from SonicWall. Partners and customers may purchase and activate the 1-year support contract so that the product will be eligible to receive support until the product has reached End of Support.
LRM Begin 2014-05-01
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announcement by SonicWall to indicate that it will no longer develop or release firmware updates or new features for these products. Software and firmware support for products in LRM is limited to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities. Software/firmware support and hardware warranty are available throughout LRM for products with an active support contract. The duration of this phase is three years beginning one day after the end of Active Retirement Mode.
LRM End 2017-04-28
Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) is an announ