The VendorN Ltd OneDDI product (OneDDI) is a centralised software application which hosts several modules.
The ReDNS module allows a business to pre-define all DNS records for critical services. Service owners can be permitted to control service DNS records and perform on-demand extensive health-checks to identify configuration issues.
The IPMeye module provides centralised remote power management and console access using the IPMI protocol. It enforces access control and audits all user actions.
The SerialEyes module provides centralised remote physical serial port access via non-dedicated hardware. A SerialEyes bootable USB drive transforms a laptop into an on-demand secure physical serial port gateway using existing addressing and connectivity.
This document contains information pertinent to this release of the OneDDI.
This document is aimed at product administrators.
The following files make up this release (where
<version> is the version of
oneddi-<version>-1.x86_64.rpm- The product installer
|62||1.1.0||Specify a password complexity policy using a regular expression|
|10||1.2.0||Active Directory user authentication|
|12||1.2.0||Active Directory group association|
|20||1.3.0||Import multiple devices at once|
|134||2.0.0||Swap DNS records using the OneDDI ReDNS module|
|139||2.1.0||Allow two records of the same record type to use the same in-active name effectively giving a swap names ability|
|174||2.2.0||Access physical consoles over the network using the new OneDDI SerialEyes module|
|186||2.4.6||Implement redundancy using real-time replication to another OneDDI instance|
|187||2.4.6||Add the ability to export all services to a CSV file|
|188||2.4.6||Add the ability to export all services records to a CSV file|
|200||2.4.6||Licenses are now bound to an IP address (a new product license will be required when upgrading to 2.4.6)|
|204||2.4.6||Add the ability to import services and service records using a CSV file|
|205||2.4.6||Add the ability to export all devices to a CSV file|
|185||2.5.2||Add the ability to modify the TTL in DNS for all service records (can be used to decrease/increase TTL’s before/after planned DR events)|
|243||2.7.0||Add the ability to create predefined BCP jobs for planned BCP events and predefined DR related configurations|
|246||2.7.0||Implement Service records view under ReDNS|
|55||1.1.0||Specify IPMI port when adding or editing devices|
|61||1.1.0||Require current password when users change their password|
|49||1.3.0||Warn when connecting to an device whether another user is already connected to the console|
|98||1.4.0||Convert product license to a new format|
|102||2.0.0||Add the ability to search the action field in the audit log|
|101||2.0.0||Add the ability to download existing license|
|106||2.0.0||Add breadcrumbs on the device page|
|113||2.0.0||Enhance user and group association dialogs|
|137||2.1.0||Add test connectivity ability to the add and edit Infoblox connector dialogs|
|171||2.2.1||Enhance connect to serial port dialog under SerialEyes|
|196||2.3.0||Add the ability to control which API version is used for an Infoblox connector|
|182||2.4.6||Add the ability to disable certain TLS versions|
|184||2.4.6||Add the ability to download the IPMeye and SerialEyes console logs to a file|
|201||2.4.6||HTTP server port now defaults to 443 instead of 8000|
|189||2.5.3||Enhance service record add/edit input dialog|
|190||2.5.3||Enhance service record table when viewing a service|
|219||2.7.0||Add view-X permissions for all manage-X permissions|
|237||2.7.0||Convert select/unselect to checkboxes and implement a select all in view|
|241||2.7.0||Automatically pre-select a swap when only two records exist on the service|
|245||2.7.0||Display what a service currently points at in the services view and make that searchable in the services view#|
|234||2.7.0||Retain case when performing health-checks|
Currently there are no known issues