This version implements new features such as support for Ubuntu 22.04 and general support for PHP 8 and 8.1 as default PHP versions. Also, two-factor authentication is now available and several minor bugs found in the previous version have been fixed.
What’s new in ISPConfig 3.2.9?
Here are a few highlights of the changes:
- Added support for Ubuntu 22.04
- Implemented two-factor authentication
- Added function to send quota messages to resellers
- Fixed typo in the ISPConfig vhost which fixes the redirection of HTTP to HTTPS
- Added function to set default country for new clients
- Fixed DNS zone import function
- Fixed issue where the entropy was too low for BIND on some systems
You can see the full changelog here:
Please take a look at the bug tracker:
You can report bugs at https://git.ispconfig.org/ispconfig/ispconfig3/issues
Supported Linux Distributions
- Debian 9 – 11 (recommended) and Debian testing
- Ubuntu 16.04 — LTS – 22.04 LTS (recommended)
- CentOS 7 – 8
Download ISPConfig 3.2.9
The installation instructions for ISPConfig can be found here:
How can I update to ISPConfig 3.2.9 version?
You can update to ISPConfig 3.2.9 by using the ispconfig_update.sh command.
Manual update instructions
If you want to test this beta release, use the manual download procedure below:
Run the following commands as root user on your ISPConfig server:
tar xvfz ISPConfig-3.2.9.tar.gz
php -q update.php