airOS v8.5.0 Has Been Released!

by Ubiquiti Employee on ‎01-19-2018 03:48 PM - last edited on ‎01-25-2018 12:32 AM by Ubiquiti Employee

Hi Everyone,

 

Today we are releasing v8.5.0 for airMAX AC devices.   You can download it in the Downloads Section HERE.

 

Changelog: 

8.5.0 (XC, WA, 2XC, 2WA) Changelog / January 19, 2018
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New:
- New: IPv6 support
- New: TDD Framing/GPS Sync support for AirMAX 2AC and M2 devices
Requires:
*airMAX 2AC Access Point
*20 or 40MHz channel width
*M2 CPEs on v6.1.4+
*Station count up to 50

- New: airLink map view on Dashboard (An embedded airLink map view of the wireless link will be displayed on the dashboard when each AirMAX device has its coordinates configured. This view is toggle-able.) - New: PPPoE Relay support - New: OpenSSL update to v1.0.2m - New: Downgrade below v8.2.0 is not allowed in a single step; to downgrade below v8.2.0, users must first load v8.2.0 and then can downgrade if needed. Regulatory updates: - Remove 5.8GHz band for BFWA member states Removed for BE, BG, HR, CY, IE, LU, MT, NL, PL, SK, SE - airMAX-ac FF: Improved handling of unregistered multicast traffic - airMAX-ac FF: Station stops passing data - airMAX-ac FF: airMAX statistics loss after stations reconnect in large PtMP network - airMAX-ac FF: Stability fixes - airOS stability improvements - Fix: Multiple ports support in Port Forwarding rules - Fix: Dynamic DNS Client does not update on IP change - Fix: RX signal reporting in PtMP mode when signal is weak - Fix: High lighttpd memory usage when airView is running - Fix: Sometimes station can't connect to AP when seeing many APs around - Fix: Changes are not saved when clicking Apply immediately after Test Changes - Fix: Restrict UPnP to >=1024 ports - WEB UI: Dashboard visual improvements - WEB UI: Rename TX to RX for remote device on Dashboard - WEB UI: Core web backend changes (web login flow has changed as part of these changes, so automated scripts using the web backend might stop working) - WEB UI: Show link distance on Dashboard in miles for United States & United Kingdom and in km for other countries - WEB UI: Show warning in case signal is too strong (above -20dBm) - WEB UI: Reduce excessive warnings when Management Radio is disabled - WEB UI: DHCP Option 82 setting can not be disabled in isolated case - WEB UI: airView data rendering improvements - WEB UI: Ethernet port status reporting issues - WEB UI: Fixed firmware version [object Object] in the Station List - WEB UI: Site Survey scrolling issue on iOS - WEB UI: Issue enabling/disabling port forwarding rules - WEB UI: Wrong reporting of remote GPS coordinates - WEB UI: Various small UI improvements

Known Issues:
- WEB UI: Redirect to a custom HTTPS port (other than 443) is broken in the v8.5.0 release. The workaround is to directly type https://<ip>:<https-port> in the browser's address bar. If you use the default HTTPS port 443 or have HTTPS disabled, WEB UI will work fine.

 

 

 

 

You can find "-CS" versions that support custom scripts HERE.

 

Please @mention me if you have any questions.