- ISP Primary Address 1 is now included when loading the default location for the mapping page.
- Dialup package will now be excluded when creating default packages for new ISPs.
Archives for October 2017
- bug fix 21375 : The auto action script should now take into account the hibernation limit of the package and keep the package from being hibernated if it has reached its limit for the term.
- bug fix 21376 : Payment Date is now posted based on PST time if process payment now is checked.
- Description for MAC Address an now be added under Packages > Wireless > Devices.
- UBO 7.5 can now be accessed using Java 9. (UBO 8.0 Beta still has issues with Java 9.)
- Dynamic URL for rate limits is now applied to load data for Saisei Real Time Rates and Limits Graphs.
- App users can now change the Payment Date for payments, except for credit card and eCheck payments processed through UBO, Account Manager, and Autopay.
- bug fix 21287 : ISP can now choose to disable duplicate MAC for non-multi-MAC packages through Settings > Packages > [wireless package] > Options > Package Devices.
- bug fix 21342 : ISPs who have items manager enabled (i.e. their packages and subscriber’s packages are items manager ready) can now use the Apply button in the Settings > Packages > Tax to apply the tax setting changes to all instances of the package. When the Apply button is used, the changes will only be reflected on the next invoice generation.
- bug fix 21371 : For multi-ISP app users, notes should now be added to the selected subscriber.
- LTE SIM CPE is now renamed to LTE CPE.
- Pull button is now available in ISP Settings > Extensions > Tower Coverge. Clicking Pull will import all your sites in your TowerCoverage account to UBO without duplicating already imported sites. Also, AGL field is now added to ISP Site Equipment > Mapping.
- Balance forward now displays correctly in Modern Account Manager.
- History log is now added when a triggered template is activated or deactivated.
If you have BaiCells equipment, you can add them in UBO and link them to your subscribers’ Wireless service devices for easier monitoring and management.
To add LTE SIM and LTE CPE, open the Equipment Manager window (go to Tools menu -> Equipment Manager), go to the Inventory tab, and click on Receive Inventory.
In the Receive Inventory window, select “LTE CPE” or “LTE SIM” accordingly as the Type.
For the LTE SIM type, enter the value for the IMSI field (required). Click Add button to receive inventory.
Once you have both an LTE CPE and LTE SIM added, you can then proceed with assigning both items to a subscriber. After an LTE CPE is assigned and displayed in the Equipment tab (lower tab), the Linked SIM IMSI field becomes available. This field shows the IMSI of the LTE SIM to which the LTE CPE is linked. If the field is empty, that means the LTE CPE is currently not linked to an LTE SIM.
To link an LTE CPE to an LTE SIM (that’s assigned to the subscriber), click on the Linked SIM IMSI field to open the Link SIM Equipment window, choose from one of the available LTE SIM equipment in the list, and then click on the Link button.
If an LTE SIM is already linked to an LTE CPE, the Link column will say “YES”, and the Link button becomes an Unlink button.
Once an LTE CPE and LTE SIM are linked, you can now use them to link to a Wireless service device. Go to Packages tab, select the package and Wireless service, and then go to the Devices node. Mouse over the arrow icon found at the right end, and select Link BaiCells Equipment from the menu.
This will open the Link BaiCells Equipment window from which you can choose which BaiCells equipment to link with the Wireless service device. After selecting the BaiCells equipment, click on the Link button.
After selecting the BaiCells equipment to link to the Wireless service device, the MAC Address field is automatically populated with an auto-generated and calculated MAC Address based on the IMSI of the linked LTE SIM, and the Linked CPE MAC Address field is filled with the linked LTE CPE’s MAC address.
You can unlink the Wireless service device from the BaiCells equipment by selecting the Unlink BaiCells Equipment option from the same menu displayed when you mouse over the arrow button to the right. This will empty out the MAC Address fields that were auto-filled.
Enabling Baicells Authentication
To enable MAC address authentication, you will need to log into the configuration page of your BaiCell eNB and go to the LGW configuration page.
- Select the following settings:
- LGW: Enable
- LGW Mode: Bridge
- LGW Interface Binding: WAN
- Click save.
- You will need to reboot your eNB in order for the changes to be applied.
Your CPEs will now appear with the BaiCell generated MAC address (derived from the IMSI) on your WAN interface allowing you to use MAC address authentication.
Please note your eNB must be running firmware version SPC008 or higher.
- bug fix 21343: Quote totals now calculate correctly on updating the Quantity.
- bug fix 21348: Voided payments are now not included in the Payments Received Reports.
- bug fix 21351: Margins for invoice PDF are now adjusted to avoid hiding the borderline.
- bug fix 21354: Subdomain ISP is now checked in Account Manager login only for ISPs who have the subdomain redirect flag set to ‘Y’ in the database.
- Prorate and full items are now added correctly on billing package with an advanced date.
- Equipment Monitoring details are now populated for ISPs who use later versions of Zabbix API.