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airOS 6.0 Has Been Released!

by Ubiquiti Employee ‎12-19-2016 03:11 PM - edited ‎12-20-2016 10:40 AM

airOS 6.0 for airMAX M devices has been released. You can download it in the Downloads Section HERE.

 

 

AirOS6 Firmware Revision History
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Supported products

  * Bullet M2/M5/Titanium
  * Rocket M2/M2 Titanium/M3/M365/M900/M5/M5 GPS/M5 Titanium/M6
  * NanoStation M2/M3/M365/M5/M6
  * NanoStation Loco M2/M900/M5
  * NanoBridge M2/M3/M365/M900/M5
  * AirGrid M2/M5/HP/HP New
  * PowerBridge M3/M365/M5/M10
  * PicoStation M2
  * AirRouter/HP
  * PowerAP N

  * NanoBeam M2/M5 	
  * AirGrid M5 HP
  * NanoStation M5
  * NanoStation M5 Loco
  * Rocket M5/Titanium

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Version 6.0 (XM/XW/TI) - Final Release (December 19, 2016)
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Important Note:
- Version 6.0 is recommended for PTMP Mixed mode usage (M clients connected to AC AP).
Please update Mixed mode stations first. New: - New: airMAX AC client mode support (AP must be upgraded to airOS8 and PTMP Mixed mode selected) - New: Don't do full restart on most configuration changes - New: Added signal per chain reporting for AirControl v2 - New: Add kernel crashlog into Support info for better troubleshooting - New: Added Crash log reporting to Ubiquiti Networks for better troubleshooting - New: Added "default-mru" key in ppp/options file to disable MRU negotiation - New: Added MRU negotiation Enable/Disable option - New: Store configuration backup if upgrade fixer is changing it - New: Enable Block management access on WAN when switching to Router mode - New: Dynamic DNS configuration via system.cfg (see below) - New: Added option allowing LLDP packets to pass wireless bridge (see below) - New: DHCP Option configuration via system.cfg (see below) - New: Update dropbear to v2016.74 - New: OpenSSL update to v1.0.2h - New: lighttpd update to v1.4.39 - New: Linux kernel update to v2.6.32.71 Regulatory Updates: - ETSI EN 301 893 v1.8.1 adaptivity improvements - Update 5GHz band for China: add 5180-5240MHz and 5260-5320MHz channels - Revised UNII Rules activation for NanoStation M5, NanoStation Loco M5 and LiteBeam M5 23 Improvements: - Reduce false positives and misclassifications of invalid DFS radar events - airMAX security improvements - MAC authentication process improvement while RADIUS server is not reachable - Various vulnerability/security changes - Stability improvements - Performance issue when XM device runs out of memory Fixes: - Fix: Set CPU speed to 400MHz to eliminate out of band emission for Verizon (XM series) - Fix: AP drops stations when another AP with the same SSID is running on the same frequency - Fix: Stability fixes (random AP/Station reboots) - Fix: RADIUS MAC Authentication fails in case server isn't reachable - Fix: Can't SSH to Mikrotik devices - Fix: Do not load NAT helpers modules when NAT is disabled - Fix: DNS Proxy binds not just to LAN but to WAN port also - Fix: MSS Clamping for PPPoE is not enabled when Management VLAN is configured - Fix: Generate unique SSL certificate for each device - Fix: Generate SSL certificate start date from firmware build timestamp - Fix: Crontab does not work with multiple scheduler/commands - Fix: AirMax Capacity reports over 100 percent with Legacy devices - Fix: Site Survey doesn't report full list of available APs - Fix: Show full EdgeSwitch firmware version in Device Discovery - Fix: Device Name with not allowed symbols breaks DHCP - Fix: Impossible to log in with SSH authorisation keys - Fix: French language translation issue - Fix: Change antenna reporting to Chain0/Chain1 instead of Vertical/Horizontal for all Rocket models - Fix: Wrong TX Power reporting from command line "iwlist ath0 txpower" (XW) - Fix: DHCPv6 doesn't after PPPoE session reinitialisation - Fix: Revised UNII Rules activation/deactivation for products manufactured after 06/01/2016 (due to changes in the FCC rules) - WEB UI: Updated Chinese translation - WEB UI: More statistics on Main page (CPU/Memory usage) - WEB UI: Added DFS Events monitoring list on the Main page - WEB UI: Switch antenna Chain0/Chain1 mapping to Horizontal/Vertical for PowerBeams

 

 

Additional notes:

 

New: DHCP Option configuration via system.cfg

Possibility to declare any option via system.cfg

dhcpd.<index>.option.<index>.status=[enabled|disabled] #default disabled
dhcpd.<index>.option.<index>.id=[int] #option number (we support anything from 0 to 255)
dhcpd.<index>.option.<index>.value=[string] #option value, more info check ​http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/

Be noted that string value for unsupported ids must be passed with quotes as in other case it will be parsed by dnsmasq format:

dhcpd.1.option.1.status=enabled
dhcpd.1.option.1.id=66
dhcpd.1.option.1.value="192.168.1.100"

New: Dynamic DNS configuration via system.cfg

Settings over system.cfg. Configurable config keys:

dyndns.1.forceinterval=0
dyndns.1.checkinterval=0
dyndns.1.retryinterval=60
dyndns.1.forceunit=hours
dyndns.1.checkunit=seconds
dyndns.1.retryunit=seconds
dyndns.1.retrycount=3

dyndns.1.updateurl=​http://[USERNAME]:[PASSWORD]@dynupdate.no-ip.com/nic/update?hostname=[DOMAIN]&myip=[IP]

NOTE! WebUI dyndns Service dropdown will be inactive while customised 'dyndns.1.updateurl' is present in system.cfg

 

- New: Added option allowing LLDP packets to pass wireless bridge

echo 16384 > /sys/class/net/<bridge_name>/bridge/group_fwd_mask

or via /tmp/system.cfg

bridge.<bridge_index>.fwd.gmask=16384