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NetBox v3.3.1 is now available on GitHub!

Enhancements

  • #6454 - Include contextual help when creating first objects in UI
  • #9935 - Add 802.11ay and “other” wireless interface types
  • #10031 - Enforce application/json content type for REST API requests
  • #10033 - Disable “add termination” button for point-to-point L2VPNs with two terminations
  • #10037 - Add “child interface” option to actions dropdown in interfaces list
  • #10038 - Add “L2VPN termination” option to actions dropdown in interfaces list
  • #10039 - Add “assign FHRP group” option to actions dropdown in interfaces list
  • #10061 - Replicate type when cloning L2VPN instances
  • #10066 - Use fixed column widths for custom field values in UI
  • #10133 - Enable nullifying device location during bulk edit

Bug Fixes

  • #9663 - Omit available IP annotations when filtering prefix child IPs list
  • #10040 - Fix exception when ordering prefixes by flat representation
  • #10053 - Custom fields header should not be displayed when editing circuit terminations with no custom fields
  • #10055 - Fix extraneous NAT indicator by device primary IP
  • #10057 - Fix AttributeError exception when global search results include rack reservations
  • #10059 - Add identifier column to L2VPN table
  • #10070 - Add unique constraint for L2VPN slug
  • #10087 - Correct display of far end in console/power/interface connections tables
  • #10089 - linkify template filter should escape object representation
  • #10094 - Fix 404 when using “create and add another” to add contact assignments
  • #10108 - Linkify inside NAT IPs for primary device IPs in UI
  • #10109 - Fix available prefixes calculation for container prefixes in the global table
  • #10111 - Fix ValueError exception when searching for L2VPN objects
  • #10118 - Fix display of connected LLDP neighbors for devices
  • #10134 - Custom fields data serializer should return a 400 response for invalid data
  • #10135 - Fix SSO support for SAML2 IDPs
  • #10147 - Permit the creation of 0U device types via REST API