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Release Notes – SC2x @CHIP-RTOS V2.00

The tickets are grouped by component and then sorted by type and ticket number.


RTOS - TCP/IP
Ticket: #2351
Component: RTOS - TCP/IP
Type: defect
Summary: Some valid PKI certificates are not accepted by SSL
Description: Certificates that do not include the optional NULL algorithm parameters in the signature are not accepted by the @Chip-RTOS.
Solution: Tolerate the omitted NULL algorithm parameters argument, as called for by RFC-4055.



Ticket: #2346
Component: RTOS - TCP/IP
Type: enhancement
Summary: Support SSL Server Name Indication
Description: Should support the SSL Server Name Indication. It's an extension (extension: server_name) in the SSL Client Hello message, that indicates to what hostname the client is attempting to connect.

This allows a server to present multiple certificates on the same IP address and port number and hence allows multiple secure (HTTPS) websites to be served off the same IP address without requiring all those sites to use the same certificate.
Solution: Implemented.




RTOS - Command shell
Ticket: #2344
Component: RTOS - Command shell
Type: enhancement
Summary: Time-out in CGISTAT command
Description: The CGISTAT shell command should use a time-out when waiting for the CGI semaphore. If a CGI function is hanging in an endless loop, the CGI semaphore will never become available. Using a time-out will prevent the shell from hanging, too.
Solution: Implemented



Ticket: #2348
Component: RTOS - Command shell
Type: enhancement
Summary: Ping command should also show resolved IP address
Description: If a DNS name is given to the "ping" shell command, the output should also show the resolved IP address for the given name.
Solution: Implemented.




RTOS - Web server
Ticket: #2350
Component: RTOS - Web server
Type: enhancement
Summary: More users for web upload
Description: It should be possible to define more than a single user name and password for the web server upload feature.
Solution: Up to 10 user/password pairs can now be defined for the web server upload.








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