Amigopod 3.3.2

Amigopod 3.3.2
Amigopod 3.3.2
Release Notes
This document describes the new features and issues pertinent to the Amigopod 3.3.2 release.
"What’s New in This Release" on page 1
"Resolved Issues" on page 2
"Known Issues" on page 2
What’s New in This Release
The following new features have been introduced in Amigopod 3.3.2:
Table 1 Feature Enhancements in Amigopod 3.3.2
Enhancement ID
The default RAM configuration of the Virtual Machines has been
increased to 1GB in Amigopod 3.3.2 release.
Amigopod Mobile Device Provisioning Services version 1.0.0 is now
included as part of the Amigopod 3.3 release.
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This version provides support for anonymous web login pages and
the ability to require acceptance of terms and conditions.
This release adds improved compatibility with Windows Server 2008
R2 for external authentication.
The administrator can now check NTP status to determine if the
server's clock is actually synchronized, and if NTP traffic is being
At the Operator Profile level, there is the option to filter the accounts
created by the sponsor.
In Guest Self Registration customization, now there is an option to
enable sponsor approval for guest accounts.
Deleted user data can now be accessed for a fixed period of time.
The EAP server and CA certificates can now use 1024-bit private key.
Amigopod now supports Change -of-Authorization (CoA) support per
RFC 3576 on Aruba controllers. The Filter-Id attribute is used to
specify a new role name, which is the only supported mode of
operation at present.
All weak SSL ciphers supporting less than 128 bits of encryption have
been disabled.
Aruba Amigopod Skin now supports improved navigation, which
allows for level 1 and level 2 headings to be expanded/collapsed
without navigating to the corresponding page.
Amigopod SMS service will not require credentials to add credit, the
system will automatically use the subscription ID.
Table 1 Feature Enhancements in Amigopod 3.3.2
Enhancement ID
System Information Page now has links to check for “OS (RPM)
updates” and “Plugin updates”.
The Amigopod RADIUS server can now support RADIUS requests
with Service-Type attribute set to “Authorize-Only”. To enable these
user authorization requests specify the RADIUS server configuration
option “allow_authorize_only = yes”.
Resolved Issues
Table 2 lists the issues resolved in the Amigopod 3.3.2 release.
Table 2 Resolved Issues in Amigopod 3.3.2
Enhancement ID
Authorization failures now appear in the Failed Attempts table.
Upgrading to Amigopod 3.3 and restoring the RADIUS dictionary
from a backup created with the 3.1 release now starts the RADIUS
server correctly.
The default administrator account cannot be deleted through the GUI.
The “auto_send_sms” and “auto_send_smtp” fields are now honored
when creating guest accounts via the Import Account process.
Guest accounts created with Hotspot registration now expire
correctly after the expiration time elapses.
An operator profile with only the “Run Report” capability will not have
any other navigation links displayed in the Reporting Manager.
The system hostname is no longer checked against a fixed list of toplevel domain names.
The Opera 11.11 web browser is now supported by Amigopod.
Print templates with “One Account Per Page” will now print the
header and footer sections on separate pages.
Known Issues
The following are known issues and limitations for Amigopod 3.3.2:
Importing a RADIUS server certificate signed by a third-party CA may fail with the message “Private key
does not match certificate”. No workaround is currently available.
Amigopod 3.3.2 | Release Notes
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