NetBox v3.3.6 Released

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NetBox v3.3.6 is now available on GitHub!

Enhancements

  • #9584 - Enable filtering devices by device type slug
  • #9722 - Add LDAP configuration parameters to specify certificates
  • #10580 - Link “assigned” checkbox in IP address table to assigned interface
  • #10639 - Set cookie paths according to configured BASE_PATH
  • #10685 - Position A/Z termination cards above the fold under circuit view

Bug Fixes

  • #9669 - Strip colons from usernames when using remote authentication
  • #10575 - Include OIDC dependencies for python-social-auth
  • #10584 - Fix service clone link
  • #10610 - Allow assignment of VC member to LAG on non-master peer
  • #10643 - Ensure consistent display of custom fields for all model forms
  • #10646 - Fix filtering of power feed by power panel when connecting a cable
  • #10655 - Correct display of assigned contacts in object tables
  • #10682 - Correct home view links to connection lists
  • #10712 - Fix ModuleNotFoundError exception when generating API schema under Python 3.9+
  • #10716 - Add left/right page plugin content embeds for tag view
  • #10719 - Prevent user without sufficient permission from creating an IP address via FHRP group creation
  • #10723 - Distinguish between inside/outside NAT assignments for device/VM primary IPs
  • #10745 - Correct display of status field in clusters list
  • #10746 - Add missing status attribute to cluster view

DigitalOcean Renews NetBox Sponsorship

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I’d like to take a moment to extend my gratitude toward DigitalOcean for renewing their sponsorship of NetBox. The credit allotted to our project allows us to maintain the community demo instance and other resources at no cost.

DigitalOcean and NetBox have always had a special relationship. As longtime NetBox users likely already know, NetBox was originally conceived while I was working on the network engineering team at DO back in 2015. The company’s willingness to not only permit the release of the software as an open source project, but to continue supporting its development for years afterward has made possible what NetBox is today.

If your organization is interested in sponsoring NetBox, please let us know! Sponsorship is a great way for your company to gain recognition while supporting a very active and growing community of networking professionals.


NetBox v3.3.5 Released

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NetBox v3.3.5 is now available on GitHub!

Enhancements

  • #8424 - Include rack elevation under device view
  • #10352 - Omit extraneous URL query attributes during search
  • #10465 - Improve formatting of device heights and rack positions

Bug Fixes

  • #9497 - Adjust non-racked device filter on site and location detailed view
  • #10408 - Fix validation when attempting to add redundant contact assignments
  • #10423 - Enforce object type validation when creating journal entries
  • #10435 - Fix exception when filtering VLANs by virtual machine with no cluster assigned
  • #10439 - Fix form widget styling for DeviceType airflow field
  • #10445 - Avoid rounding virtual machine memory values
  • #10460 - Restore missing connection details for device components
  • #10461 - Enable filtering by read-only custom fields in the UI
  • #10470 - Omit read-only custom fields from CSV import forms
  • #10480 - Cable trace SVG links should not force a new window
  • #10491 - Clarify representation of blocking contact assignments during contact deletion
  • #10513 - Disable the reassignment of a module to a new device
  • #10517 - Automatically inherit site assignment from cluster when creating a virtual machine
  • #10559 - Permit the pinning of a VM to a particular device within a cluster which has no site assignment
  • #10562 - Correct URL for contacts table tags column

September Community Call

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The recording of our September community call is now available on YouTube! This month, we welcome Jonathan Senecal to the maintainers team, celebrate the release of terraform-provider-netbox version 3.0, and highlight some interesting recent discussion. Perhaps most exicting is that Daren Fulwell joins us to demonstrate how users can leverage IP Fabric network assurance platform to programmatically and safely populate NetBox data.

Anyone interested in experimenting with IP Fabric can obtain a free demo license here (good for up to 50 devices and six months). I’m very excited to see how this integration matures in the near future!