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2019-06-06
v. 44.1.1605
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1 Firmware Pack

The firmware pack is a binary file that contains the modules and the features to install on your Mediatrix unit when a new release is available.

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2 New Functionalities

Incident # CR # Synopsis Applies To
Description
--- DGW-10376 Add the support of the CONP supplementary service for the called and connected name in QSIG, based on the ECMA-164 specification. Isdn

The new CONP feature enables a SIP user to set a connected or called name in the p-asserted-identity friendly name part in order to populate the ISDN CONP service with the specified called or connected name value.

--- DGW-10306 The MX profile must support SipProxy survivability scenarios on C7 and G7 platforms. SipProxy

In the MX profile, the default SipProxy settings have been changed and the script Survivability_Trunks.cfg has been added in the C7 and G7 platforms for SipProxy survivability. Also, the "Short Dialing" transformation rule linked to the default SipProxy setting changes have been added on every platform.

--- DGW-10269 Add the possibility to send configuration commands directly through the DGW Web page. Conf

The configuration scripts Web page was divided into two subsections. One for executing scripts and one for exporting them. On the executing subsection, a new textbox was added allowing users to input configuration lines and execute them without having to upload a file containing them. This textbox has a character limitation based on the browser used.

--- DGW-10266 When performing provisioning using the Virtuo server, the notifications from the Conf service are confusing and the Conf.ScriptsAllowRepeatedExecution parameter has no effect (i.e. scripts were always executed, even when identical to previous version). Ems

The notifications from Conf service are now properly identify which script (generic or specific) is being processed. The Conf.ScriptsAllowRepeatedExecution parameter now behaves correctly, i.e. when set to "disable", scripts are not re-executed when they are unchanged.

--- DGW-10215 Multiple-file upgrade functionality is no longer accessible nor supported. FPU

Multiple-file upgrade functionality is no longer accessible nor supported as it has been removed for DGW. For DGW upgrade instructions, please refer to the https://documentation.media5corp.com/display/DGWLATEST/Firmware+Upgrade document published on the Media5 documentation portal.

--- DGW-10214 Remove the Fpu Multiple File Upgrade functionality. FPU

The Fpu Multiple File Upgrade logic and parameters have been removed, so the functionality can no longer be used nor does it appear in the DGW Web interface.

For more details refer to the Deprecation of the ZIP firmware file format Product change Notification published on the documentation portal. https://documentation.media5corp.com/display/MP/Product+Change+Notification?preview=/75010717/75010757/PCN181009%20-%20ZIP%20firmware%20file%20format%20Deprecation.pdf

IN-12607

DGW-10093 The IPV4 header TTL must be configurable. all

The IPV4 header TTL was hardcoded to 64. The new Bni.IpGroup.IpTtlValue parameter was created to be able to the change the IPV4 header TTL in the range of 64..255.

This new parameter is only available using the CLI, a MIB browser, or in a configuration script.

--- DGW-9597 Security headers are not present in the SIP OPTIONS (for keepalive) and SIP SUBSCRIBE (for mwi) when the SipEp.MediaSecurityAgreementEnable parameter is enabled. SipEp

The mediasec security headers (Require, Proxy-Require, Security-Client, Security-Verify) are now supported in the SIP OPTIONS (for keepalive) and SIP SUBSCRIBE (for mwi) when the mediasec security headers are enabled (through the SipEp.MediaSecurityAgreementEnable parameter).

--- DGW-7054 Add support for the new 2-FXO extension card. C7, FXO

Added support for the new 2-FXO extension card.

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3 Modified Features, Functionalities and Interface Modifications

Incident # CR # Synopsis Applies To
Description
--- DGW-10456 Add the support of macros in the Fpu.MfpUrl parameter. FPU

Macros in the Fpu.MfpUrl parameter are now supported to be able to provide the exact URL of the firmware file to be used to update the installed firmware (under Management/Firmware/Firmware Update Configuration).

Supported macros are:

  • %mac% - the MAC address of the unit.
  • %product% - the product name of the unit.
  • %productseries% - the product series name of the unit.
  • %serial% - the serial number of the unit.
--- DGW-10269 Add the possibility to send configuration commands directly through the DGW Web page. Conf

The configuration scripts Web page was divided into two subsections. One for executing scripts and one for exporting them. On the executing subsection, a new textbox was added allowing users to input configuration lines and execute them without having to upload a file containing them. This textbox has a character limitation based on the browser used.

--- DGW-10215 Multiple-file upgrade functionality is no longer accessible nor supported. FPU

Multiple-file upgrade functionality is no longer accessible nor supported as it has been removed for DGW. For DGW upgrade instructions, please refer to the https://documentation.media5corp.com/display/DGWLATEST/Firmware+Upgrade document published on the Media5 documentation portal.

--- DGW-10214 Remove the Fpu Multiple File Upgrade functionality. FPU

The Fpu Multiple File Upgrade logic and parameters have been removed, so the functionality can no longer be used nor does it appear in the DGW Web interface.

For more details refer to the Deprecation of the ZIP firmware file format Product change Notification published on the documentation portal. https://documentation.media5corp.com/display/MP/Product+Change+Notification?preview=/75010717/75010757/PCN181009%20-%20ZIP%20firmware%20file%20format%20Deprecation.pdf

--- DGW-9597 Security headers are not present in the SIP OPTIONS (for keepalive) and SIP SUBSCRIBE (for mwi) when the SipEp.MediaSecurityAgreementEnable parameter is enabled. SipEp

The mediasec security headers (Require, Proxy-Require, Security-Client, Security-Verify) are now supported in the SIP OPTIONS (for keepalive) and SIP SUBSCRIBE (for mwi) when the mediasec security headers are enabled (through the SipEp.MediaSecurityAgreementEnable parameter).

--- DGW-4348 Standardise the max lenght of network interface names related to the networkInterfacesInterfaceName parameter. all

The maximum range for all Interface names is set to 50 characters.

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4 Issues Fixed

Incident # CR # Synopsis Applies To
Description
--- DGW-10456 Add the support of macros in the Fpu.MfpUrl parameter. FPU
Description is missing in issue RN (DGW-10456)
--- DGW-10402 TLS certificate validation for SIP does not work on Endpoint Gateways when the SipEp.InteropTlsCertificateValidation parameter is set to DnsSrvResponse. SipEp

If the SipEp.InteropTlsCertificateValidation parameter is set to DnsSrvResponse and a gateway is configured as an Endpoint Gateway, certificate validation for SIP now works as expected.

--- DGW-10222 The user account is not locked when failed authentication attempts via SNMPv3 surpasses the value of the loginLockedMaxRetry parameter. all

The user account is now locked when failed authentication attempts via SNMPv3 surpasses the value of the loginLockedMaxRetry parameter.

IN-13964  

DGW-10006 The 802.1Q tagging feature does not apply the user priority . all

The 802.1Q tagging feature now applies the user priority .

--- DGW-10003 The semi-attended call transfer does not handle correctly the transferee and target termination when the SipEp.BlindTransferMethod parameter is set to "SemiAttendedConfirmed". all

When the the user performs a semi-attended call transfer with the SipEp.BlindTransferMethod parameter set to "SemiAttendedConfirmed":

  • The call to the target is now correctly terminated if the transferee terminates the call with the transferor before the target answers the call from the transferor.
  • The transfer is now correctly cancelled if the target rejects the call and the transferor can resume the call with the transferee.

IN-13960

DGW-9973 The CWMP inform of the file transfer result does mot contain the "M Download"/"M Upload" event code. CWMP

The CWMP inform of the file transfer result now contains the appropriate "M Download"/"M Upload" event code.

--- DGW-9927 Unable to view the Virtual Machine Configuration table in DGW after a Rollback. VM

After a rollback of a configuration with a virtual machine that has a VNC ID of -1, the Virtual Machine Configuration table in DGW is no longer available. To temporarily solve the problem, the customer has to manually change the VNC ID in the configuration file of the VM.

--- DGW-9660 The Registration Cache filter is cleared when clicking the "Apply" button SBC

The Registration Cache filter on the SBC/Registration DGW Web page was cleared when clicking the "Apply" button, resulting in a filter not working. The Registration Cache filter is now applied properly.

--- DGW-6481 The device may require to restart the Bni service if the PPPoE server sends invalid information to the first PPPoE connection after a start-up. Bni

The device now correctly handles the reception of invalid information in the first PPPoE connection after a start-up.

--- DGW-4348 Standardise the max lenght of network interface names related to the networkInterfacesInterfaceName parameter. all

The Bni service defines the interface name max length (50 characters). The max length has been standardised to 50 characters for all services related to Bni.

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5 Known Issues

Incident # CR # Synopsis Applies To

DGW-11052 Unable to upload configuration scripts if the login password is saved in the Web browser. all

When a user logs to the Mediatrix via the DGW Web page and chooses to have the Web browser to save and remember their password, this may cause Password or Privacy Key fields to be mistakenly filled by the Web browser, using the login credentials.

This may cause the upload of configuration scripts through the Web browser to fail because DGW tries to decrypt the file with the Privacy Key automatically filled with the login password.

This may also cause the download of configuration scripts from the Web browser to be automatically encrypted with the login password, unknowingly to the user.

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6 Copyright Notice

Copyright © 2019 Media5 Corporation.

This document contains information that is proprietary to Media5 Corporation.

Media5 Corporation reserves all rights to this document as well as to the Intellectual Property of the document and the technology and know-how that it includes and represents.

This publication cannot be reproduced, neither in whole nor in part, in any form whatsoever, without written prior approval by Media5 Corporation.

Media5 Corporation reserves the right to revise this publication and make changes at any time and without the obligation to notify any person and/or entity of such revisions and/or changes.

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