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9.3.0

December 9th, 2019

Men & Mice announces the release of Version 9.3 of the Men & Mice Suite. 

This version will be supported for 2 years or until December 9thth, 2021. 

Please note that all upcoming major releases are supported for 2 years. 

New Features and Improvements

Web Application

  • Support was added to manage DHCP scope options
  • Manage master servers list for slave zones
  • It is now possible to view non MAC address client identifiers as ASCII
  • It is now possible to type an IP address into the quickfilter for Networks and instantly get the range/scope that contains that IP address
  • The usability of the quick filter was improved
  • DHCP scopes can now be enabled and disabled
  • Support was added for importing DNS hosts along with IPAM data
  • Dynamic DNS zones are now indicated in the list view of DNS zones
  • It is now possible to migrate DNS zones between DNS servers
  • Session management and login were improved
  • Improvements were done on viewing the Web Application on mobile screens
  • User can now get various details for an IP address when creating A records in a DNS zone
  • User can now more easily find the next free IP address when creating A records in a DNS zone
  • The usability when working with CNAME records in the Web Application has been improved
  • An administrator can now specify a fixed server name  to be used in the login window for the Web Application.

 

Improvements

  • An issue was fixed where the state of services were not consistent between the UI and the API
  • Various improvements were done for the High Availability feature of the Men&Mice Suite
  • Record pagination has been implemented for syncing with the NS1 cloud service which improves performance and reliability
  • Support for AD authentication from Linux has been added.

 

Bug Fixes

  • An error was fixed where disabled zones would not be handled properly after an upgrade. 
  • An error was fixed where Men & Mice Central could crash in a specific case where user was sorting by DNS views in the Web Application
  • An error was fixed where the object type was being shown in the history for the Web Application instead of the type of the event being shown.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where reloading the list would lose the current selection in the list
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where an error stating "IP range not found" would be wrongly returned when deleting an IP range
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where creating a reservation would not prompt for a Save comment 
  • An issue was fixed where an extra zero was being shown for the "Lease expires" column in the UI's
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where creating a network would not properly handle IPv6 addresses
  • An issue was fixed where a deadlock could occur when splitting IP address ranges
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where creating a range would not refresh the list afterwards.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where form buttons were reversed in the wizards
  • An issue was fixed where the Management Console would not show inherited DHCP options in the case of both failover DHCP scopes being selected.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where the IP address report was not working as expected
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where under specific circumstances, a UNIQUE KEY CONSTRAINT error would be returned when opening an IP address
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where deleting a DNS zone would not properly handle DNS views
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where pool information in the create new network wizard would get reset to default.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where in the case of creating a reservation in a failover DHCP scope, only one reservation would be created.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where the quick command dialog would not close after an action was exeuted
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where it was not possible to create a PTR record that contained multiple labels.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where pressing enter on a selected row in the list could result in an error.
  • An issue was fixed in the web application where
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  • An issue was fixed in the web application where creating a report based on SOA DNS records would not work as expected.
  • An issue was fixed where the DHCP pool utilization could in specific circumstances be higher than 100%
  • An issue was fixed where a limit on the NS1 cloud service prevented a successful sync of DNS records between NS1 and Men & Mice Suite. 
  • An issue was fixed where the proxy functionality for AWS cloud services was not working as expected when adding a new AWS cloud service
  • An issue was fixed where the Men&Mice Central service could crash under the circumstances where the SQLite database was locked
  • An issue was fixed in the support for ISC DHCP where in some cases specific keywords for leases would not be recognized. 
  • An issue was fixed where the performance of ping in the system would not be as expected.
  • An issue was fixed where SNMP montoring on the Men&Mice Appliances was not working as expected after an upgrade.
  • An issue was fixed where a check for duplicate DNS record names was wrongly case sensitive.
  • An issue was fixed where an error was wrongly being displayed when creating reservations inside DHCP pools on the ISC DHCP server.
  • An issue was fixed where deleting an NAPTR record could in some cases fail.

 

3rd party

  • BIND on the appliances was upgraded due to the CVE-2019-6477 vulnerability
  • BIND on the appliances was upgraded due to the CVE-2019-6471 vulnerability
  • BIND on the appliances was upgraded due to the CVE-2018-5743 vulnerability

 

 

 

 

EOL

Discontinuation of support for Internet Explorer. As of version 9.3.0 of the Web Application, Internet Explorer is not suppoted. In the case of trying to log in to the Web Applications using IE, the user will be redirected to the older version of the Web Interface. 

Solaris sunset

 

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