Unimus 2.2.4 & Unimus Core 2.2.4 release

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Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:34 pm

Unimus & Core version 2.2.4 are being released today! This is a bugfix release for our 2.2 code-branch. We are seeing very good stability of the 2.2 code, and this will be the last release in this code-branch. Development has now fully moved to 2.3 as per our Roadmap.

We highly recommend all customers update to this release, https://unimus.net/download has been updated with this version.

Full Changelog:
= Version 2.2.4 =
"Config Push > Advanced Settings > Override Timeouts" max allowed value has been increased to 30 minutes
Added a new Output Group for devices not pushed to when a Config Push is stopped
Improved sever FQDN detection on Windows
Improved built-in Backups Filters for Fortinet FortiOS
Juniper JunOS driver will now send 'ESC-Q' instead of 'monitor stop' before grabbing a backup
Added support for latest firmwares on TelcoSys T-Marc devices
Added support for latest firmwares on DCN switches
Added support for read-only accounts on LANCOM switches
Improved support for specific Cisco FX-OS device models

Added support for:
- Alloy switches
- DC YunKe Networks switches
- Dell R1 switches
- Dell VRTX devices
- FiberStore N58xx switches
- Positron GAM devices

Fixed incorrect HTML escape sequences being present in Slack diffs
Fixed "Config Push > Stop" did not work
Fixed diff view could be cut-off on the left on clients with non-US locale
Fixed new devices not being backed up after Import if "Backup new devices immediately" was enabled
Fixed sporadic config change notifications on MikroTik RouterOS that consisted only of line breaks in commands
Fixed MikroTik RouterOS backups could contain a tailing prompt
Fixed very rare issue where a rogue '\_' would appear in MikroTik RouterOS backups
Fixed Config Push required one additional '\' when escaping the '$'
Fixed being able to create Backup Filters with an empty regex
Multiple small UI / UX fixes (UI element overflows, etc.)
Fixed Telnet sessions would not be properly closed in specific scenarios
Fixed Discovery failing on Netonix switches
Fixed Discovery failing on some Cisco SMB switches (Sx5xx series)
Fixed Discovery failing on Cisco IOS devices failing in specific cases
Fixed Mellanox MLNX-OS devices failing Discovery in some cases
Fixed specific models of Cisco FX-OS devices failing Discovery
Fixed backup failing on Opengear devices in specific cases
There are two migration warning with this release:
Migration warnings:
A single config change for MikroTik devices may occur, due to long config lines in RouterOS being
now consumed as a single line rather than broken into multiple lines. This may generate a new
config change-point / diff if you had devices with multi-line config lines before.

In Config Push, using one additional '\' was needed to escape '\$' due to a bug. This was now fixed,
and if you were adding additional '\' before '\$', a single '\' should now be removed due to the bug
being fixed.
If you missed our Release Overview for 2.2.0, you can read it on our blog, or you can watch the Release Overview video below:

Finally, there are a few minor known issues to be aware of:
Known issues:
ISSUE: "Re-discover affected devices when Ports or Connectors change" Advanced Settings option does not work
STATUS: issue scheduled for fixing

ISSUE: Some screens in Unimus show time in server's time zone, others in client's (browser's) time zone
WORKAROUND: none, issue only relevant if client has different time zone than server
STATUS: we are debating on how to fix this - will likely create a setting to select which TZ should be used
Let us know if you have any feedback / questions on this release, or if you run into any issues!
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