- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.0.0 Beta 3 is now available. It comes with the following changes and improvements:
Kerio Operator Engine
* It is possible to retain the original Caller ID when forwarding an incoming call to an external destination (useful mainly when forwarding a call to another PBX since most SIP providers block this to prevent Caller ID spoofing).
* Operator's TFTP server can serve manually uploaded files (useful for tweaked configurations, logos, etc.)
* Added option to set BRI mode for ISDN cards (Point-to-MultiPoint required in some countries).
* Added option to choose the call-end signalling mode for analog interfaces.
* Fixed automatic provisioning for Snom phones with firmware 126.96.36.199 (the firmware asks for the provisioning files over HTTP by default, solved by redirecting from HTTP to TFTP)
* Fixed possible crash in the Asterisk process while reloading modules.
* Fixed SNMP that was influenced by the upgrade of the underlying OS.
* Fixed a bug in Asterisk when using SIP over TLS that could lead to the SIP error "503 - Service unavailable" with some software phones.
* Fixed automatic provisioning for Polycom with firmware 3.3.1.0769.
* Force auto-provisioned phones to update their time using NTP more often (every 12 hours for Snom, Polycom, Well/Yealink).
* Fixed the error displayed by the amid process on the text console when shutting down
* Added provisioning support for Yealink/Well T28.
* Auto-provisioned Polycom phones could display incorrect time in some timezones west of GMT.
* Auto-provisioned Snom phones could display incorrect time in some timezones east of GMT.
* Backup could fail randomly on very fast machines.
* The configuration file /etc/dahdi/system.conf was not included in the support information file
Kerio Operator Administration
* Fixed the settings of sorting in the Provisioned Phones grid that could be lost after upgrade.
* Phone configuration files generated for individual phones by automatic provisioning can be downloaded (to be edited manually and uploaded back to Operator's TFTP directory).
[Updated on: Thu, 28 June 2012 09:30]
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