October 8, 2019
eZuce is pleased to announce the general availability of Uniteme 19.08.
Attention! - Uniteme is now a CentOS 7 only release as of version 19.08.
This will be a fairly light update with one newly added feature. The new feature is the new DID management capability. Administrators are able to define their DID pools in the system and then allocate numbers from those pools for users, hunt groups, etc. Coming in hopefully the next release will be a method of redirecting calls for unallocated DID to a particular extension per-DID pool.
Additionally, improvements have been made to the licensing services allowing customers to maintain their own licenses across multiple servers.
uniteme New Features:
- DID Pool management.
- Licensing service has been improved to allow customers to manage their own licenses across multiple clusters.
- Full Release Notes with installation information are located here: 19.08 Full Release Notes
- 19.08 is now released on CentOS 7 only. This will require that administrators install CentOS 7 minimal, then install Uniteme with our single line installer and then restore from a previous version backup.
- Customers receiving faxes through AudioCodes devices will need to modify their AudioCodes configurations with the following settings changes:
[Voice Engine Params]
CallerIDType = 0
FaxTransportMode = 0
CNGDetectorMode = 0
CHANNELSELECTMODE = 0
ISFAXUSED = 0
SIPTRANSPORTTYPE = 0
[ CodersGroup0 ]
CodersGroup0 0 = "g711Ulaw64k", 20, 0, -1, 0;
Who Should Install?
This release is recommended for all 4.6 and later installations. If you have a patch installed to your system a new patch may be required. Please contact email@example.com if you think you may have a patch applied as that may be replaced during the update.
eZuce's software products continuously progress through an Agile based development methodology that keeps feature functionality comprehensive and up-to-date in response to evolving market and customer requirements.
New software releases are made at a rate of two to four releases a year. Releases are numbered in the <yy>.<mm>.<uu> format where <yy> and <mm> designate the year and the month, respectively, in which a release is made generally available. Where applicable, <uu> corresponds to an update release relative to a general release on which fixes are made available.
In order to ensure service continuity and stability, customers may keep their production environments unchanged for up to a 6-month period during which release updates or patches are made available. After a release is more than 6-months old, eZuce customers would have to upgrade to the latest generally available release - inclusive of all fixes to date and any new patches.
If you have questions about updating you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or if you need assistance with the update please contact your account manager or email email@example.com.
Specific Issues Addressed
Specific issues can be located in the detailed release notes in the wiki at: http://wiki.ezuce.com/display/unite/Uniteme+19.08