Release Notes 1.0.1
  • SNMP returns the correct gateway and IP address FPGA version number, and board revision numbers.
  • SNMP SysName has changed from Kaveman to KVM.
  • The "Kill Power All" option has been removed from the JView applet.
  • Lazy mouse is default enabled.
  • New PIC firmware with default 10 ms mouse delay.
  • The KCA Access Manager name and password is configured under the security menu of the menu tree.
  • An empty Access Mamanger password (default) means that the KCA is disabled.
  • Wheel Mouse Support in JView and on the Local Channel.
  • Bug fixes to the e-mail notification and power cycle features in monitoring so that it does not cause a buffer overrun. (It used to reboot the K16.)
  • Bug fixes to the hardware handshake on the 5407's internal UARTs.
  • Ethernet LED1:100Mbit indicator, LED2:Activity indicator.
  • New variable to control ethernet link speed/duplex attachment.
  • Video optimization adjust thresholds on top of the usual ADC phase settings.
  • Uses video and scaler FPGAs Revision 1.7
  • Some adjustments to mouse movements so that we can reach (0,0) on the local even if the mouse is not in sync.
  • Various changes to mouse movement in order to support Sun mouse. We mainly had to implement a cruder tracking because of the lower sample rate on the Sun. (Lazy Mouse)
  • A workaround to make TAB and Shift-TAB work in the J2RE-1.4.x java environments.
  • SNMP Community names are treated as passwords.
  • Some fixes to the "configuration backup" feature to properly handle passwords.
    Note: Because of the changes in SNMP Community name handling backup files saved with an older version of the firmware will not work properly in the new version. Just comment out vnReadCommunity and vnWriteCommunity from the backup file by placing a # in front of them. After restoring from such backup, one has to manually set the SNMP read Community and SNMP Write Community variables.
  • Fixed a problem with the web server freezing if we change Serial port 1 to power control while in the debugger.
  • Fixes to the serial port mode operation. Ports 1 and 2 should now work properly in log, and power module control modes.
  • We can set Keyboard and mouse delays on the PIC through the web interface.
  • Bug fixes in the JView applet. This should eliminate all problems related to the length of the .jvcf files.
  • The JView server will now always send full screen updates as a series of rectangles instead of a full shot, regardless of the value of vnMiscDebugFlags.
  • JView can encrypt video data in addition to encrypting Keyboard and Mouse movement messages.
  • Whether to encrypt everything or only Keyboard and Mouse data is configurable by the Java Viewer Encryption Policy setting under the Security menu.
  • For security reasons all encrypted connections to the same unit have to be of the same type (KVM or KM Only).