We have released Consul 1.7.0-beta3. This release contains a number of bug fixes and enhancements from the previous beta including:
Namespace support for Connect (Consul Enterprise only)
DNS improvements for dual stack IPv4/IPv6 support
There are also a couple potentially breaking changes regarding ACL enforcement.
The v1/agent/force-leave HTTP endpoint now requires operator:write privileges instead of agent:write
Write operations on intentions using wildcards require having a prefix matching rule that grants unlimited write access to intentions and there must be no other rule that would override with less access.
Read operations on intentions are now allowed if the token used has read privileges on intentions for either the source or destination of the intention.
Read operations on an intention with wildcards is allowed if the token would grant read privileges to any matching resource. Previously it required having an ACL rule with the literal * rule segment.
Please see the complete changelog for details on the release: