We have a new update for you we hope that you’ll like it!
In this release, we revamped the Service plans feature layout and functionality.
Here are the details:
Quota Control has been replaced with a simplified UI that covers the most common use cases. Your existing rules will remain intact and functional. You can override them by editing your service plans and clicking save.
New Service Plan layout:
Burst speeds have been removed because they are not needed anymore and because they add unnecessary load on your routers CPUs.
Some ISPs had Service plans with no-duration: Now you’ll see an expiry date for each of your subscribers. Don’t worry, this expiry date will renew automatically. You can block the user anytime.
Other ISPs had duration=3months, 6months, 12months, or 1day, …, 27days, …, 30days: They have all been normalized to 1 month.
For ISPs that had Service plans with price = 0, you may see in your Audit Log that the system auto-renewed expired subscribers. Don’t worry about this, as Zima has also blocked them.
Exception: ISPs that had subscribers expired within the last 3 days have been missed from the block, so just make sure about those.
The new Service plan layout is self explanatory but we’ll write a post about its different sections and functionalities in a documentation post soon.