[1.2.20] Mise à jour de la Zipabox

Découvrez le patch-note de la version 1.2.20 de la Zipabox de Zipato

– General: don’t return IPv6 version of localhost
– General: made local V2 API behave more like remote
– General: download attribute values from server on boot
– General: send status immediately on IP address change
– General: do not store attribute value queue in RAM on Zipabox
– General: do not create environment snapshots when executing rules
– General: fixed multiple scene invocation in cluster
– General: added configuration to disable the thermostat scheduler
– General: reload scheduler after cluster sync
– General: fix for Power & Security modules not working until sync
– General: fix removing controllers from cluster
– Local API: fix local PUT /v2/attributes/(uuid}/value
– Local API: fix device statuses in cluster through
– Local API: return status 407 instead of 401 for proxied API calls if remote authentication fails
– Local API: add JSESSIONID cookie to /v2/init
– Z-Wave: increased user code limit to 30
– Z-Wave: identify Zipato runtime via Proprietary CC
– Z-Wave: send security scheme inherit only to controllers
– Z-Wave: skip multichannel frames when checking assocGrpBlacklist
– Z-Wave: Central Scene Command Class, version 3
– Z-Wave: improved support for MULTI_CHANNEL_ASSOCIATION v2 and v3 for Z-Wave Plus devices
– Z-Wave: added GAS_ALARM notification type
– Z-Wave: delete device if device configuration fails after inclusion
– Z-Wave: added implementation of Z-Wave OTW fw upgrade
– Zigbee: Ember (Silabs) Zigbee implementation
– Zigbee: Ubisys Dimmer support
– GenericIP: fixed issue with JSON command instead of cached slot command on iTach
– KNX: fix for KNXIP crash with bad host
– KNX: added KNX thermometers
– Intercom: fixed localhost socket endless reading
– Zigbee: added support for Centralite 3400-G Zigbee Security Panel
– Modbus: added support for BQ150 device
– Modbus: added support for Siemens S7-1200 PLC
– Modbus: added support for SolarLog devices
– Modbus: fixes for X-300 device
– Alarm: RS-232-to-IP (DSC Alarm) implementation

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