The team has released the latest version of Console
2.2.13 to production.
Key updates: This release provides users tha ability to decode base64 payloads without needing to use a decoder (docs), support for Malaysia (AS923_1B defines uplink frequencies at 922.0, 922.2, 922.4, 922.6, 922.8, 923.0, 923.2, 923.4), and additional benchmarking information for users who want to those their own Console. Among UI enhancements made, the dropdown menu was expanded to see up to 250 devices for a label.
Full list of this sprint’s features and fixes:
(Note: a closed issue does not mean the team took action, for example the issue could have been a duplicate or no longer relevant).
Open source users
Check the readme for instructions on how to use prebuilt Console images.
REQUIRED upgrade for Router as it includes a necessary Blockchain Core update.
New open source users should follow Option 1 listed in the readme and use
docker-compose-quay.yamlas the template for their docker-compose file.
Existing open-source users can update their existing docker-compose file and replace the lines for just the "console" section with the updated lines in the latest
docker-compose-quay.yamlfile. If something does not work, simply revert your changes back to the
docker-compose-quay.yaml, and file an issue here.
Database migrations will still happen automatically when using the hosted Console image.
Docs for customization options here. IMPORTANT: If you choose to customize your version of Console you need to build from source, or your customizations will be overwritten by the docker image.
Additional technical documentation.
The team’s focus in the coming weeks (usual disclaimers apply):
- Improving network scalability
- Scaling out roaming services
- LoRaWAN roaming protocol support
- LoRaWAN library