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 From:  Richard Morrell <dick at dickmorrell dot com>
 To:  Imre Ispanovits <iimre at vnet dot hu>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] pb26 released
 Date:  Sat, 24 Jan 2004 20:46:49 +0000 (GMT)
Snap - boot failure :(

On Sat, 24 Jan 2004, Imre Ispanovits wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I have downloaded the cdrom image, it doesn't boot for me. Md5sum is
> O.K. I have tried with more different cd-s as well.
> Anybody else experienced this problem?
> 
> Imre
> 
> 

> > This release adds a few new features and fixes some bugs with IPsec and 
> > the traffic shaper. I want to remind everyone that even though it may 
> > not seems so at times, we're still in the "public beta" stage, so 
> > especially new features may be broken because I do only a limited amount 
> > of testing on them. The rest is left to the beta testers - you all. :)
> > 
> > As always, everybody is advised to upgrade because of the bugfixes - 
> > keep your config backup and previous image around just in case.
> > 
> > Last but not least, in case you'd like a T-shirt with the m0n0wall logo, 
> > Marcin Gryszkalis is selling them for about $9 at 
> > http://butik.pl/forkpl?l=en
> > 
> > 
> > Changes:
> > 
> > - new feature: "server NAT"; makes it possible to map ports on multiple 
> > WAN IP addresses to different servers (instead of just 1:1)
> > 
> > - the parsed XML configuration file is now cached in PHP's native binary 
> > serialized form to reduce webGUI page load times on slow platforms 
> > (486-based in particular) where parsing the XML configuration is 
> > relatively expensive
> > 
> > - added "Disable console menu" option to advanced setup page
> > 
> > - firmware upload now uses HTTP instead of FTP; the FTP server has been 
> > removed (uploading files for diagnostic purposes may be done via exec.php)
> > 
> > - the firmware upload page now checks for new versions of m0n0wall 
> > online (and displays the results, if available, on the firmware upload 
> > page). Timeout is 3 seconds, and the following information is sent to 
> > the server: platform and m0n0wall version
> > 
> > - added interface menu to IPsec tunnel edit page (local endpoint does no 
> > longer have to be the WAN interface)
> > 
> > - "reject" type filter rules are now supported (returns TCP RST or ICMP 
> > port unreachable for UDP) - contributed by Peter Allgeyer
> > 
> > - added file up- and download via HTTP to exec.php
> > 
> > - renamed "Log blocked packets by default" option on System logs: 
> > Settings page to "Log packets blocked by the default rule" and changed 
> > its behavior: it only controls whether packets that got blocked by an 
> > automatically generated rule (usually the default-to-block rule in 
> > absence of a matching pass rule) are logged. Logging of packets that are 
> > blocked by user-defined block rules is now no longer affected and only 
> > controlled by the per-rule log option. Logging for pass rules remains 
> > unchanged.
> > 
> > - changed policy level for IPsec VPN tunnels to "unique" (was "require") 
> > to solve a problem with multiple tunnels to the same endpoint
> > 
> > - fixed FQDN "my identifier" for IPsec mobile clients
> > 
> > - kernel patch for problem with traffic shaper rules for inbound packets 
> > on WAN (FreeBSD kernel bug, see FreeBSD PR kern/61685)
> > 
> > - various IPsec GUI fixes
> > 
> > 
> > Regards,
> > 
> > Manuel
> > 
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