v1.7.3 (2016-12-08)

Bug Fixes

  • #724 - Exempt API views from LoginRequiredMiddleware to enable basic HTTP authentication when LOGIN_REQUIRED is true
  • #729 - Corrected cancellation links when editing secondary objects
  • #732 - Allow custom select field values to be deselected if the field is not required
  • #733 - Fixed MAC address filter on device list
  • #734 - Corrected display of device type when editing a device

v1.7.2-r1 (2016-12-06)

Improvements

  • #663 - Added MAC address search field to device list
  • #672 - Increased the selection of available colors for rack and device roles
  • #695 - Added is_private field to RIR

Bug Fixes

  • #677 - Fix setuptools installation error on Debian 8.6
  • #696 - Corrected link to VRF in prefix and IP address breadcrumbs
  • #702 - Improved Unicode support for custom fields
  • #712 - Corrected export of tenants which are not assigned to a group
  • #713 - Include a label for the comments field when editing circuits, providers, or racks in bulk
  • #718 - Restore is_primary field on IP assignment form
  • #723 - API documentation is now accessible when using BASE_PATH
  • #727 - Corrected error in rack elevation display (v1.7.2)

v1.7.1 (2016-11-15)

Improvements

  • #667 - Added prefix utilization statistics to the RIR list view
  • #685 - When assigning an IP to a device, automatically select the interface if only one exists

Bug Fixes

  • #674 - Fix assignment of status to imported IP addresses
  • #676 - Server error when bulk editing device types
  • #678 - Server error on device import specifying an invalid device type
  • #691 - Allow the assignment of power ports to PDUs
  • #692 - Form errors are not displayed on checkbox fields

v1.7.0 (2016-11-03)

New Features

IP address statuses (#87)

An IP address can now be designated as active, reserved, or DHCP. The DHCP status implies that the IP address is part of a DHCP pool and may or may not be assigned to a DHCP client.

Top-to-bottom rack numbering (#191)

Racks can now be set to have descending rack units, with U1 at the top of the rack. When adding a device to a rack with descending units, be sure to position it in the lowest-numbered unit which it occupies (this will be physically the topmost unit).

Improvements

  • #211 - Allow device assignment and removal from IP address view
  • #630 - Added a custom 404 page
  • #652 - Use password input controls when editing secrets
  • #654 - Added Cisco FlexStack and FlexStack Plus form factors
  • #661 - Display relevant IP addressing when viewing a circuit

Bug Fixes

  • #632 - Use semicolons instead of commas to separate regexes in topology maps
  • #647 - Extend form used when assigning an IP to a device
  • #657 - Unicode error when adding device modules
  • #660 - Corrected calculation of utilized space in rack list
  • #664 - Fixed bulk creation of interfaces across multiple devices