Patch notes, bug fixes and other updates for Console Connect.
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Console Connect 7.3 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect makes 100 Gbps ports available to users at selected Data Center Facilities (DCFs) and delivers updates to our API documentation and Specific Terms for Layer 2 Connections. Read on for more details.Version: 7.3Date: 08 Mar 2023What’s new100 Gbps port speed option is available for selected DCFs. CloudRouter API documentation has been updated. Burstable rate limits may now be entered by typing. Specific Terms for Layer 2 Connection Orders and Port Orders have been updated.
Console Connect 7.2 release notes
The past sprint saw the Console Connect team cleaning up some things under the hood, including the following fix and update.Version: 7.2Date: 24 Feb 2023What’s newCloudRouter API documentation has been updated.FixedWhen ordering a port, data centers are now listed alphabetically.
Console Connect 7.1 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect provides some improvements to how Internet on-Demand services are configured and displayed, a new IoT SIM management URL and some performance-related fixes.Version: 7.1Date: 10 Feb 2023What's newInternet on-Demand Burst Rate Limit validation rules have been updated. There is now no minimum Committed Data Rate (CDR) and the maximum burst size is 10 x CDR. The Internet on-Demand View screen now includes IPv6 subnet masks and displays IPv6 addresses in compressed format. For IoT services, the URL of our SIM management platform has been updated to https://iot.app.consoleconnect.com/. There is no change to your username and password.FixedA number of back end performance issues.
Console Connect 6.6 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect fixes an issue with the way SIM labels are displayed for some IoT services. A lot of additional work is going on behind the scenes, so stay tuned for future updates.Version: 6.6Date: 31 Jan 2023FixedAn issue that caused SIM labels to not be updated when an IMSI returned more than one custom field.
Console Connect 6.5 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect sees the launch of burstable bandwidth for Internet on-Demand services and provides more information when ordering and viewing ports. A number of additional features will remain hidden for the time being. We’ll let you know when these features are available in future release notes.Version: 6.5Date: 10 Jan 2023What's newInternet on-Demand services now support burstable bandwidth When ordering a port, a Limited tag will now be displayed on certain extended data center locations that do not support Internet on Demand and CloudRouter.FixedAn unnecessary link was removed from the IoT sidebar.
Console Connect 6.4 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect includes improvements to quoting, search and navigation, in addition to updated Specific Terms for Internet On-Demand services. Read on for more details.Version: 6.4Date: 16 Dec 2022What's newYou can now get a quote on burstable bandwidth for Internet on-Demand in the Price Calculator. Internet on-Demand Specific Terms have been updated. New users will see a green banner at the top of the screen, linking to the welcome page, where new services can be ordered. Console Connect products now appear in search results.
Console Connect 6.3 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect consists of an update to Internet On-Demand functionality and a number of features that will remain hidden for the time being. We’ll let you know when these features are available in future release notes.Version: 6.3Date: 30 Nov 2022What's newInternet On-Demand services can now be deleted from within the app.
Console Connect 6.2 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect delivers improved IoT SIM management functionality and Partner Data Center information. A number of fixes were also applied to the Internet on Demand module. Continue reading for more details.Version: 6.2Date: 17 Nov 2022What's newThe Partner Data Center page now lists all Data Center Facilities associated with a partner and provides a direct link to order a port from any of their facilities. Customers can now update the status and label fields for their IoT SIMs.Fixed Several fixes for Internet On-Demand: The View screen now displays cards in correct order every time. IPv6-only services can now be ordered. A discount description is now displayed when a discount code is used. Static route IP prefixes are now shown on the Overview card.
Console Connect 6.1 release notes
The latest release of Console Connect includes improvements to port and Internet On-Demand (IO-D) ordering, Data Center Facility (DCF) search, and a number of UI bug fixes. Read on for more details. Version 6.1Date: 03 Nov 2022What's newHourly/Monthly pricing toggle for CloudRouter sites. Improved DCF search when ordering a port. Rate limit stepper on Internet On-Demand ordering page and pricing calculator now supports 6-digit numbers. Pricing API includes burst pricing for Internet On-Demand. Layer 2 connections are now prevented from being created to or from ports on border routers.FixedMinor UI issues in the Internet On-Demand module. An issue that caused IPv6 prefixes not to appear in the Internet On-Demand 'Accepted IP prefix' section.
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