Lighthouse 2019.Q2.0 is Generally Available.
Fixes and Features:
19.Q2.0 (May, 2019) New features in this release: - Add support for Azure deployment - Add ability to upgrade multi-instance Lighthouse deployments using a provided script - Add license expiry warnings. Expired licenses will put Lighthouse into a read only operational mode - Licenses are now uploaded as a file - Lighthouse now supports retrieval and reporting on cellular health status for enrolled nodes (Console Server Firmware 4.5 required to support) - Updated base operating system, new versions of many opensource packages - Fixed potential vulnerability in web terminal - Add ability to filter nodes by connection status - Add script to set static IP (for support assistance) - Defects fixed since 5.3.0 - Scalability improvements for third party enrollment - Fix issues where sudoing as root may not grant the expected permissions - Fix issue where it was not possible to search by internal VPN address - Fix issue where secondary lighthouses could lose their network configuration upon enrollment
Opengear are aware of the following product specific issues with this release: - The number of nodes connected to a secondary Lighthouse will be listed as unknown if the connection between the two Lighthouses is broken. - If a remote authentication server is configured, but it is down, there may be a delay or a failure in authenticating local users via the web UI. - When applying configuration templates, ensure the set of nodes you are pushing to is a small number (<50), large pushes can take a long time to complete. - Due to improvements in the network validation routines, please check the correctness of network settings before upgrading. Specifically if a device is being assigned the same address both statically and via DHCP, this will now cause validation failures which may result in an upgrade rollback.
If you already have a version of Lighthouse 5.x installed, it is advised that you take a VM snapshot of your installation.
If you upgrading via the GUI, you will need to upgrade to 5.3.0 prior to upgrading to 2019.Q2.0. You are able to use the CLI to upgrade from previous versions of Lighthouse 5.x.
It is also suggested that you clear your browser cache - as some browsers will not auto-update the firmware revision information listed in Lighthouse.
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