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Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 12:36:16 -0500 (EST)
From: ImageStream Support 
To: isis-support@imagestream.com
Subject: (SUPPORT) Enterprise Linux 3.0.3 for router available

Version 3.0.3 of ImageStream's Enterprise Linux is now available as an general
release for all ImageStream router customers.

This software release is provided at no charge to all ImageStream customers.
Version 3.0.3 is recommended for all customers.  VERSION 3.0.x RELEASES PROVIDE
A PATCH TO NEW EXPLOITS PRESENT IN EARLIER SSH VERSIONS IN PREVIOUS ENTERPRISE
LINUX RELEASES.  SEE RELEASE NOTES FOR VERSION 3.0 FOR MORE DETAILS.


See "Limitations and Upgrade Instructions" before upgrading.

This release note documents commands and features added between Version 3.0.3
and the Version 3.0.1 release.  There was no official Version 3.0.2 release


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New Features in Version 3.0.3


Version 3.0.3 is a maintenance release.  No new features have been added.


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Bugs fixed in Version 3.0.3


The following bugs have been fixed in Version 3.0.3:


Backup And Restore Script Errors Fixed:

The "backup/restore scp" and "restore file" commands have been fixed.
"backup/restore scp" referenced an incorrect symlink in prior 3.0 versions.
The "restore file" command referenced an incorrect file when restoring.  All
three commands function properly in Version 3.0.3.


Gated "assertion failed" Error With OSPF Fixed:

In Version 3.0.0 and 3.0.1, OSPF configurations that used Ethernet devices would
fail to load with an "assertion failed" error.  A new version of Gated is
included with Version 3.0.3 that corrects this bug.


SAND Version 3.4.0 Included

ImageStream's SAND Version 3.4.0 release is included in the Version 3.0.3
release.  See the release notes for Version 3.4.0 for more information about the
SAND Version 3.4.0 software release.  This SAND release corrects a timeslot
allocation issue with fractional E1 support with the WANic 600 series cards.
SAND 3.4.0 also corrects an internal clocking problem with the WANic 520 series
serial cards.

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Limitations and Upgrade Instructions


*** NOTE! If the upgrade fails, do NOT reboot! Contact ImageStream's Technical
Support without rebooting. ***

Limitations

Upgrading to Version 3.0 or later requires the following:

1. 64 MB of RAM or higher.
2. 32 MB of flash.
3. 300 MHz processor or better.
4. Enterprise Linux Version 2.3.2 or higher.

The upgrade utility will not install Version 3.0 if memory and flash
requirements are not met.  Users can contact ImageStream to purchase a RAM,
processor or flash upgrade.

Users running an Enterprise Linux version less than 2.3.2 must upgrade before
Version 3.0 will be available from the Update menu.  Upgrading any version prior
to 2.3.2 will automatically be upgraded to 2.3.2.  A second upgrade will be
required to install Version 3.0.

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
memory).


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Copyright and Trademarks


Copyright 2002 ImageStream Internet Solutions. All rights reserved.

ImageStream is a trademarks of ImageStream Internet Solutions, Inc.  All other
marks are the property of their respective owners.

Notices

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
support@imagestream.com. Using the World Wide Web, see
http://www.imagestream.com/