Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2001 14:56:33 -0500 (EST)
From: ImageStream Support
Subject: (ANNC) Enterprise Linux 2.3.1 for ImageStream routers available
Version 2.3.1 of ImageStream's Enterprise Linux is now available as a
general release for all ImageStream router customers. Version 2.3.1 is a
This software release is provided at no charge to all ImageStream
customers, and is recommended for all customers who wish to upgrade to the
latest available software release.
This release note documents commands and features added between Version
2.3 and Version 2.3.1.
New Features in Version 2.3.1
Support For WANic/Aries/Maxim 564, 1000, and 1050
Version 3.26 of SAND supports the 4-port integrated CSU/DSU card based
on the 520 series chipset. Version 3.26 also adds support for 1000 series
ATM OC-3 cards and 1050 series ATM DS-3/E-3 cards.
Beta Support For T1/E1 Multiplexing
The SAND architecture now supports multiplexing of T1 and E1 interfaces on
the 654 and 658 series cards. Up to 127 total hardware subinterfaces can
be created per card in the system. Support for this feature is BETA ONLY
and does have known limitations that will be fixed prior to full release.
Customers requiring this functionality should contact ImageStream Support
by e-mail at email@example.com for further guidance.
Bugs fixed in Version 2.3.1
The following bugs have been fixed in Version 2.3.1:
Transmit Timeout Error On Busy Links Corrected
Beginning with Version 3.25 of SAND, all protocol subinterfaces were
automatically bandwidth limited based on their master interface speed.
Under heavy traffic loads, if ports filled all of their buffers, a
"Transmit timeout" error resulted. Version 3.26 correctly clears the
buffers on subinterfaces under heavy trafic loads. Version 3.26 is
included in Enterprise Linux 2.3.1.
*** NOTE! If the upgrade fails, do NOT reboot! Contact ImageStream's
Technical Support without rebooting. ***
The upgrade process on an ImageStream router erases the operating system
software area from nonvolatile memory. Never interrupt the upgrade
process, or loss of software information can result.
The upgrade does not otherwise affect the stored configuration in the
ImageStream router. To back up the router's configuration prior to
upgrading, choose option 4 (Backup/Restore) from the router's main menu.
Choose the Backup methods option (Option 1) and select a method from the
choices listed. From the router's command line, use the "backup
" command. The backup utility takes four arguments: flash
(to back up configurations to the router's nonvolatile flash memory),
floppy (to back up to a floppy disk), scp (to back up via secure copy), or
file (to back up to a separate file on the router's nonvolatile flash
Copyright and Trademarks
Copyright 2001 ImageStream Internet Solutions. All rights reserved.
ImageStream is a trademarks of ImageStream Internet Solutions, Inc. All
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ImageStream makes no representations or warranties with respect to the
contents or use of this document, and specifically disclaims any express
or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular
purpose. Further, ImageStream reserves the right to revise this
publication and to make changes to its content, any time, without
obligation to notify any person or entity of such revisions or changes.
Contacting ImageStream Technical Support
Every ImageStream product comes with a one year hardware and software
warranty. ImageStream provides technical support via voice, FAX,
electronic mail, and the web. Technical support is available 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week.
To contact ImageStream technical support by voice, dial +1 (574) 935-8484
worldwide. By FAX, dial +1 (574) 935-8488. By electronic mail, send mail
to firstname.lastname@example.org. Using the World Wide Web, see