Improved sleeping device notification to make it clearer when a device is sleeping or missing from the network. "License Information" for server-class devices is now automatically generated, accurately lists the Open Source packages incorporated into each device, and provides appropriate attribution for every package. Fixed issue where Parl Processing Block could revert to custom setting after a compilation. Settings on Port 1 are now preserved across reboots, Resolved issue of TesiraCONNECT and Forte X blocking AVB MAAP packets when IGMP is enabled, Resolved issue of TesiraCONNECT not renegotiating gPTP when an upstream switch was rebooted, Resolved issue of TesiraFORTE X becoming undiscoverable in certain situations and requiring a reboot to be discoverable again, Resolved issue when TesiraFORTE X could not complete Launch setup with 8 mics and 8 speakers. This change is made so that STC-2 behaves the same as the TI-2, Improved AEC Noise Reduction performance - particularly when using microphones with high background noise - for example ceiling microphonesAEC Noise Reduction performance - particularly when using microphones with high background noise - for example ceiling microphones, Servers and Servers IO have improved recovery if a configuration upload fails, Resolved problem that could result in Tesira software crashing when an Uber filter was deleted, Resolved problem that could result in Tesira software crashing when a via block was used but no valid audio path was connected to output blocks, Fixed problem that could result in Tesira software crashing when trying to copy/paste blocks into locked or invisible Layers, Prevented a situation that could result in Tesira software crashing if invalid data was entered by the user as destination printer and the Print function was used. Fixed cross-fade logic for the Level Control block that resulted in system misbehavior.
Fixed issue that could cause a TesiraXEL amplifier to disconnect from a network. VoIP Control Status block supports advanced and basic views. Fixed an issue where the TCM-1A block's logic input node labels are not updated after "Mute Mics as Group" or "Define LED Logic Inputs" setting is changed. B AI models. Fixed issue with device discovery error dialog box not selecting the OK button by default. Added Processing Library Catalog for Desono loudspeakers. Added support for TEC-X control pads (TEC-X 1000 and TEC-X 2000).
Added capability to process port 0 during media negotiation. Telnet can be enabled through software. Added support for user defined ranges for Level values to additional blocks, including: Fixed a problem that prevented the ability to create multiple blocks using 'Shift-Click', Improved the meter performance when there are multiple meters active in the layout, Corrected a problem with fine grain presets effecting All Pass Filters when the presets are created while online, Flowing text from logic ports is now handled correctly, The 'Current Gain Applied' meters will now continue to operate after the 'Channel Levels' dialog is closed.
Changed the dial tone level range for the TI Control/Status block from -100/0 dB to -70/0 dB (min/max). Extended timeout of firmware updates in Tesira software to prevent failed firmware updates. Resolved issue that prevented consultative VoIP transfers from occurring on TesiraFORTE X. Paging systems configured for Dante can be assigned to server-class device that does not have a Dante media interface. Improved fault messaging from TesiraXEL amplifiers, Fixed fault detection when a channels power is set below 10W for TesiraXEL. Resolved issue in which Tesira software could lose its control connection resulting in devices hanging and rebooting. when configuring a system that contains an invalid slot configuration. Resolved issue where Tesira Software would report 100% DSP utilization on Server IO DSP-2 card when it was not using 100%. Improved support for Lab.gruppen amplifiers. Fixed two issues with compressor blocks. Tesira AEC now includes support for Biamp's patented interactions between AEC and beamtracking microphone algorithms. Fixed an issue that could cause Tesira software to crash when moving Logic Partition Connectors to the front. For devices that support VoIP, added a telephone icon to the front panel home screen and a "VoIP screen" selection to the main menu. B TesiraFORTE AI models could be slow to respond in certain layouts that use a lot of DSP resources. Fixed an issue with visual alignment in large mixers when scrolling to the end of the mixer window.
Software attributions corrected and updated. Fixed an issue preventing Skype for Business and Avaya gateways to work together with a Tesira VoIP system. Improved AEC with regardto double-talk distortions. Fixed an issue where spaces in speed dial phone numbers could cause configuration failures. Fixed user-defined DNS settings to have priority over DNS settings obtained from a DHCP server. Fixed an audio issue in which white noise was appearing on random channels and could not be muted using signal path controls.
Device failover redundancy for TesiraSERVER devices has been removed.
Fixed issue where disabling device discovery for a specific device was ignored and device discovery was still attempted. Resolved issue that prevented the user from being required to wait for changes to network settings being applied on the TesiraFORTE X website. Corrected the tab order on Dante inactive flow faults. Resolved rare issue where TesiraFORT Rev. Previously, systems withTesiraFORT devices were limited to 64 units. Corrected an issue in which user accounts are unable to be updated when offline. Resolved an issue where logic Flip Flop blocks would not receive a device assignment when compiling, Resolved issue where level bar on TEC-X would not update if button was held, Resolved issue where analog audio embedded into a TesiraLUX OH-1 HDMI output would not function, Resolved issue where Port 1 on TesiraCONNECT TC-5D would disable media filter settings on reboot.
Fixed an issue where themain software window might not appear on the currentscreen when software is launched if it was previously positioned off-screen. Fixed issue with software allowing user to select 1280x800 60hZ 2:1 from bandwidth configuration options on a 1Gbps connection in the AVInput block. Released July 2017, requires Tesira software 3.0 or later and Tesira firmware 3.0 or later, Released September 2016, requires Tesira software 2.6 or later and Tesira firmware 2.6 or later, Released July 2016, requires Tesira software 2.5 or later and Tesira firmware 2.5 or later, Released June 2016, requires Tesira software 2.5 or later and Tesira firmware 2.5 or later, Released December2014, requiresTesirasoftware 2.3or later andTesirafirmware 2.3or later, Released September 2014, requiresTesirasoftware 2.2or later andTesirafirmware 2.2or later, Released June 2014, requiresTesirasoftware 2.1or later andTesirafirmware 2.1or later, Released April 2014, requiresTesirasoftware 2.0 or later andTesirafirmware 2.0 or later, Released October 2013, requires Tesira software 1.2 or later and Tesira firmware 1.2 or later, Feedback Suppressor, Shelf Filter, All Pass Filter, Pass Filter and Standard.
Corrected a problem in AEC and ANC cards which caused them to sometimes fail to process all channels.AEC and ANC cards which caused them to sometimes fail to process all channels. Resolved an issue with TesiraCONNECTs not discovering certain Tesira Expanders. Corrected an issue with the Feedback Suppressor resetting bands to 20 Hz when its control dialog is closed offline. Gain Reduction meters can now be assigned to Leveler, Compressor, and Noise Gate blocks. There are no new features in this release. when updating firmware using the Restore version, Prevented problem that could result in various error messages being reported if a preset was recalled externally while a preset's name was edited with Tesira software, Reset/Initialize function now also removes SESSION aliases from memory, Prevented problem that could result in TTP subscriptions to peak meters and levels returning duplicate data, Fixed problem that could result in a Preset Button block in a protected system unable to recall presets, Prevented audio expanders from occasionally falsely reporting a major fault after power on, Fixed occasional problems when updating only some (or one) partition on multi-partition systems that included audio expanders, Added support for improved Comp Limiter control dialog behavior in Tesira Software, If configured for DHCP, Expanders now provide their hostname to the DHCP server, Improved AVB reliability and functionality, particularly with many streams, Fixed problems in AEC and ANC cards which caused them to sometimes fail to process all channels, Fixed various audio problems when audio passed between partitions or fanned out within a Tesira device, Fixed problem that could result in a single AEC processing output channel appearing to be mutedAEC processing output channel appearing to be muted, Fixed a problem that could result in a VoIP conference run by the SVC-2 to be interrupted if the remote phone put the call on hold and then resumed, Fixed a problem that could result in a peak meter not displaying correctly in software of it had received a TTP Subscription which was subsequently canceled, Fixed a problem that could result in STC-2 hook flash duration not being properly accepted if set via TTP, Prevented problem that could result in corrupted audio when signal was send from one block's output node to multiple input nodes (fan out), Improved graphical interface of Comp/Limiter block, Made improvements to the way Delay Equalization is reported and implemented, Prevented software from occasional crashes when working with Edit Block Parameters, Prevented software from crashing occasionally when sending configuration after some partitions were deleted, Fixed software hanging when connecting to a device that was recently powered up, Prevented software from giving serious error and restarting if an Undo was done after an Edit Block Parameters operation was done to an Uber Filter. The User will now be warned when the connection to a large layout exhausts the available resources andcan cause unexpected behavior in the UI. Added an inbound TCP port rule on install so that device operations dont time out. Updated call-progress tones for the following countries: Australia, UK, Ireland, Portugal, Guam, Pakistan, Romania. Fixed a failure to resend configuration issue specific to a Lab.gruppen amplifier block.
Added support forD series Lab.Gruppen Tesira amplifier. Resolved an issue that prevented HD-1 devices from appearing in the Launch Report Card. Fixed CSeq issues for some messages such as reInvite, PRACK. from being discovered by TC-5/TC-5D, Resolved an issue where a TC-5D could present as a TC-5, Resolved issue in which a TC-5D has discovery problems with IGMP settings disabled, Corrected the MAC address reported by the TC-5/TC-5D, Solved a problem where TC-5D Dante connection status faults would not resolve when the configuration was cleared, Fixed problem where TC-5D RSTP would not enable on re-boot when the option was enabled, Resolved problem where setting the Dante IP address could lead to a TC-5D becoming unresponsive, Solved a problem that when a specified NTP server was unavailable, the Firmware NTP function would fail to start, Fixed a firmware problem that resulted in Tesira Control Tunneling not working. Corrected an issue with the Noise Gate control dialog not correctly returning from the minimized view. Ports are closed by default.
Fixed an issue preventing Tesira VoIP from working with Huawei conference bridges. The update processis detailed here: Normal Tesira firmware update procedure. This firmware release is the non-beta version of the 3.0.2 beta firmware release. Resolved issues in a couple of menus or windows not being themed correctly. Tesira now supports creating or importing outbound normalization rules for each VoIP line. 'Use Local Surface' option for Auto-connect be specifiedunless a control surface file had been selected. Resolved issue where RMS meters could react slow on TesiraFORT Rev. Resolved issue where a FORTE X VoIP port configured for VLAN tagging could lose its preferred VoIP gateway after 10-15 minutes and lose its DHCP address after 24-48 hours. Resolved issue when copying DSP data from one block to multiple blocks; only the highlighted block would get the pasted DSP data. Fixed a VoIP issue to allow Tesira VoIP to answer incoming calls caused by some scenarios with the Avaya Session Manager.
AV Input bandwidth profiles are no longer able to be updated while online, which prevents changes from being lost. Fixed an issue inApplication Settings > Device List where entering an invalid Host Name or IP Address prevented buttons from being clicked. Fixed VoIP Consultative Transfer type for ShoreTel. Resolved issue that could cause the incorrect number of microphones to be metered on the TesiraFORTE X Series Processor website. Firmware-only release, aligned with software release 3.4, Released January 2018. Fixed the Product Type in Dante Controller for TesiraFORT DAN VT units. Fixed issue where HD-1 speed dial entries disallowed use of a "+" symbol. Resolved issue where custom settings in Parle Processing block were not propagated to newly added channels when channels were added after the block placement. Updates Dante implementations to Dante version 4.2.3.x. Fixed several display issues when using larger fonts. It includes all of the fixes from the 3.0.2 beta, and has now been tested thoroughly enough to be elevated from a beta version to a final version. Fixed a problem that could result in the Level track bar not be in the correct location after a change to minimum or maximum values. Resolved an error where the device clock to gets reset after a reboot. Added a scroll bar to the firmware update prerequisites dialog box. This is to improve large system stability and prevent expanders from intermittently becoming undiscovered. Fixed an issue that could result in video streams being active after rapidly toggling their router crosspoint despite the crosspoint being set to off. Added VoIP support for Shortel Workgroup calls. Resolved rare issue where TeisraFORT Rev. Fixed an issue where the device description on the front panel is blank upon startup if the device is protected. Fixed a spelling mistake in the error message generated when pasting DSP data on a TCM-1 block. Removed ".1" from AVB.1 Input and AVB.1 Output blocks. Calls not handled properly if terminated while far end is still ringing, Enhanced the Compressor block to support multiple channels and simplified mode of operation, Added support for asynchronous synchronization with explicit feedback to, Renames "Audio Failover" to "Analog Failover", The Property Sheet fields for theAGCblock now include the units, Added flow text support for theAECReference,AGC, ANC, and Delay blocksAECReference,AGC, ANC, and Delay blocks. Fixed issue where embedded audio is not functional on OH-1, which could be triggered by sending a configuration file after a firmware update.
Preset names are now allowed to contain characters that are not valid in XML, like '&' or characters with umlaut.
Fixed a failure to send configuration issue caused by a large number of presets and partitions. Stabilized the Room Acoustics setting in a Parle Processing block when the AEC meters where open.
Once the network settles, the NIC will recover automatically. Corrected an issue when activating knees on the Compressor block if the knee smoothing factor is set to a large value. Several minor SVC-2 enhancements, including: Fixed card malfunction when an unknown user is configured with Mitel 6.0 SP3. Previously, the blocks weren't listed, but since they aren't permitted in Custom clocks, trying to add them would result in an unclear error message. Multiple improvements allowing system scaling. Products affected are TesiraFORT VT, TesiraFORT AVB VT,TesiraFORT AVB VT4,TesiraFORT DAN VT andTesiraFORTDAN VT4. Fixed issue updating to 3.14.0 with Parl mics. Resolved issue that caused layout files to always show as changed when they contained a Parle Processing Block. Fixed an issue where one-way audio happens when Mitel does a consultative call transfer. Resolved a Biamp USB Audio driver issue which corrupted audio in high channel counts. Fixed an issue that could prevent redial changes in Tesira SW from populating in the VoIP web management interface. Corrected an issue preventing users from opening files that end in upper case TMF from the most-recently-used list. Fixed issue where configuration dialog window for Dante blocks may appear on the wrong display when using multiple monitors. Resolved an issue that could cause the network settings to incorrectly be reported as having changed on the TesiraFORTE X series processor website. Speed dial entries will now correctly observe the new rules added to Tesira. Resolve issue that could cause audio artifacts in the VoIP On Hold music for the TesiraFORTE X series processor. Fixed an issue that could cause a crash when canceling out of the credentials dialog when pulling user logs from a protected system. Tesira Software Discovery Device List is now preserved across software updates. No firmware issues were resolved in this release.
Corrected an issue that could result in duplicated TesiraFORT blocks in fixed mode not always adding the corresponding equipment. Gigabit link speed PoE+ injectors are recommended. Resolved issue where VoIP log would not clear a Not Registered fault. Fixed issue where HDMI (16) RGB full 4:3, 1024x768 @ 60.00Hz, progressive resolution would render a grey screen instead of the appropriate video signal. Stability and robustness enhancements to the USB implementation, Prevented issue that could result in some DSP-2 cards failing to boot after a firmware upgrade, Interoperability with Cisco Call Manager 10.0, IP Address conflict fault message now cleared, Corrected some security vulnerabilities in the operating environment, specifically as related to the Telnet server. Disabled unused telnet and FTP ports on DAN-1 cards and FORTE DANs. Fixed an audio conversion issue for AECReference blocks that share fanned-out connections with Partition Connectors. ALT Draw Box select will select blocks but not lines. Resolved issue in which DHCP lease time not shown in TTP response for network info. Resolved situation where a TC-5D would report Dante card in slot 2 has all links down or where a TC-5D re-boot could generate a Slot 2 fault. Resolved minor issue to speed up manufacturing and test. Lync/SFBnormalization rules are now gathered during the registration process. Room Combiner's settings now always work correctly even if the room controlled isn't assigned to a group, Min and Max Compensation limits on an ANC block now work as expected every time.
Fixed an issue where AVOutput incoming stream resolution does not update, which could be triggered by disconnecting a DisplayPort or HDMI cable from its associated AVInput.
Resolved issue causing Tesira software to crash when loading layouts that contained a TEC-1 block and were created before version 4.1.2. Resolved issue causing loud on-hold music for TesiraFORTE X series processor. Revised the tabbing order of UI elements for improved consistency. Fixed a fan stuck at power onissuethat causes an audio expander reboot. B could show Internal SW Error(m) on boot. Corrected an issue where the select indicator on a Lab.gruppen block would not light correctly. Fixed a failure to send configuration issue caused by placing only non-audio blocks in a partition for a device. Tesira returns an error message when locating the standby server of a redundant pair. Fixed a problem where the orderof partitions doesn't remain persistent. Disabled the ability to modify the TesiraCONNECT TC-5DIP address through the Dante Settings tab. When using per-channel AEC referencing for an EX-AEC or an EX-MOD with EEC-4 cards, any signal sent to the first channel of the AEC Reference block will propagate to all channels on that block, and signals sentto channels other than the first channel will be ignored. Fixed preset recall failures that occur when using Server redundancy due to the standby device remaining locked. Added support for Tesira TCM-1, Tesira TCM-1A, Tesira TCM-1EX, and Tesira AMP-450P. TesiraFORT devices now support up to 12 TCM-1(A)/AMP-450P devices. Fixed an issue with HD-1 where a plus sign (+) included in a speed dial entry would fail a system configuration. Updated VoIP to prevent calls being dropped when receiving unexpected SIP messages. Improved the AEC NLP algorithm to remove more residual echo.