iOS app version 1.1.2107 has been released:
* Ability to mark all events as read with one tap
* Possibility to change the WiFi channels used by the SENSE router
* Improved experience when adding multiple port forwarding rules
* Bug fixes
The Android Beta app was updated to version 1.0.693
- Ability to schedule router firmware updates
- Ability to change the WIFI channels
- Fixes and improvements
Android app 1.0.698 was released to production in google play.
* Ability to schedule router firmware updates
* Ability to change the WIFI channels
* Fixes and improvements
SENSE router firmware version 2017-09-13_01 - P-18.104.22.168 is available
SENSE will automatically update and take it into use when online.
I tried to download the end-point security client for Mac, but it only offers Sense for Windows. Then I went to see if my Sense had received the latest update and in the event log it says that the firmware has been updated 30.9.2017. All the other dates and times on Sense seem to be right, but the firmware update time goes two weeks to the future.
2017-09-13_01 - P-22.214.171.124 is the firmware in hardware menu?
Unplug sense's power to boot it and see if that helps.
Do you have a other router in front of sense? See if it's date and time are correct.
Thanks for the fast reply 1sk.
It seems that I still had the old firmware. I was too quick to assume that the update made "30.9.2017" would be the most recent update. I rebooted Sense by unplugging it and now it updated the firmware. After that I was able to download the Mac end-point client without any problems.
I don't have other router before sense. The update that was made today is shown correctly in the event log, but there still is the other update that is shown to be made 30.9.2017. Everything seem to be functioning normally so I guess that previous update is just for some reason shown with a wrong date.
Thanks for your report,
We have noticed that sometimes when the device boots and before it gets a clock update from the internet the device clock can be in the future. We've made an improvement for this logic, which will hopefully reduce these problems in the next firmware update. There is still a chance that the clock is off before it gets a chance to synchronize from the internet, but at least it should not be a future date.
Simo / SENSE QA Lead
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