[Spce-user] New Sipwise C5 CE/PRO/Carrier mr9.5.1 LTS is now available!

Alex Lutay alutay at sipwise.com
Mon Jul 26 04:07:26 EDT 2021

Dear William,

Thank you for the question.

It is correct. NGCP mr9.5 will work on Debian 11 bullseye only.
The current release date for Debian 11 is August 14, 2021:
> https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2021/07/msg00003.html

Sipwise has postponed mr9.5.1 release a bit waiting for Debian
announce, but it has been several times postponed (as usual).

As mentioned in the release notes, mr9.5.1 is currently fully
installable and pass all internal tests but is recommended for
LAB installations only until Debian 11 is officially announced.

Sipwise is actively monitoring Debian 11 situation, e.g.:
Both issues have been workarounded on NGCP side already.
We will keep you updated about Debian 11 release progress.

Enjoy mr9.5 LTS and share your experience with us!

On 7/23/21 8:25 PM, [ EXT ] William Fulton wrote:
> Mykola,
> Will this only work on Debian Bullseye? It isn’t in release yet.
> Thank you,
> William
> *From:* Mykola Malkov <mmalkov at sipwise.com>
> *Sent:* Friday, July 23, 2021 9:18 AM
> *To:* spce-user at lists.sipwise.com; spce-dev at lists.sipwise.com
> *Subject:* [Spce-user] New Sipwise C5 CE/PRO/Carrier mr9.5.1 LTS is now 
> available!
> Dear Community and Customers!
> This is to inform you about the availability of new Sipwise C5 mr9.5.1 LTS!
> Please find a list of new features and changes on our website: 
> https://sipwi.se/mr9-5-1 <https://sipwi.se/mr9-5-1>
> The mr9.5.1 is the first build of the LTS release mr9.5.
> The LTS release mr9.5 will be supported for 3 years until the build 
> mr9.5.13 is released.
> Detailed release planning you can find in public calendar 
> https://www.sipwise.com/releases/ <https://www.sipwise.com/releases/>
> Release notes summary for new features on mr8.5->mr9.5 LTS upgrade is 
> available at https://sipwi.se/mr9RNS <https://sipwi.se/mr9RNS>
> Please note, the new release is based on not yet officially released 
> Debian 11 (bullseye),
> therefore is it recommended for LAB installations only at the moment.
> Sipwise is participating in Debian bullseye activities and the bullseye 
> release is currently planned for July 31, 2021.
> The separate announcement will be published for mr9.5.1 production usage 
> together with Debian 11 release.
> mr9.5.1 release has passed all internal tests and contains a long list of
> new features, useful changes, and some deprecation announces:
> CE: https://sipwi.se/ce-mr9-5-1-release-notes 
> <https://sipwi.se/ce-mr9-5-1-release-notes>
> PRO/Carrier: https://sipwi.se/pro-mr9-5-1-release-notes 
> <https://sipwi.se/pro-mr9-5-1-release-notes>
> The install CD, Vagrant box, Virtualbox, VMware have been uploaded.
> AMI images, as well as Docker hub container, will be built and published 
> when Debian 11 (bullseye) is officially released.
> As usual, please check the handbook for more details:
> CE: https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>9 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>. 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>5 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>. 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>1 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>/spce/ 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/spce/>
> PRO/Carrier: https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/sppro/ 
> <https://www.sipwise.org/doc/mr9.5.1/sppro/>
> If you find any issues with CE please report them on this mailing list.
> Thank you for being part of the community!

Alex Lutay

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