A very Happy Birthday to m0n0wall, and a million thanks to you once again.
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From: "Manuel Kasper" <mk at neon1 dot net>
To: <m0n0wall dash announce at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Cc: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 8:05 AM
Subject: [m0n0wall] m0n0wall 1.0 released
> Today, exactly one year after the first version of m0n0wall has been
> released on 02/15/2003, I'm proud to announce the immediate availability
> of m0n0wall 1.0. I decided that it was about time we had a real release
> (it seemed that some people had forgotten that "pb" stood for "public
> beta" anyway), and today felt like the right day to do it.
> m0n0wall 1.0 is essentially pb27 with a few minor fixes (see the change
> log for details).
> Get it at:
> All older (pb) versions can be upgraded to 1.0 via the usual procedure.
> This version number change of course doesn't mean that m0n0wall has
> become completely bug-free overnight. I like to think though that
> compared to other projects, it is now stable and featureful enough to
> warrant not being called "beta" anymore.
> Quite a lot has changed in these 365 days since pb1 - wireless support,
> PPTP, DNS forwarder, IPsec VPN, 1:1 NAT, NTP, static routes, adv.
> outbound NAT, SNMP, traffic shaper queues, mobile IPsec VPN, proxy ARP,
> server NAT just to name the most obvious.
> Here's the full change log:
> - fixed port validation on filter, shaper and NAT pages, and fixed
> ranges that include 1 or 65535
> - fixed configuration backup download problem with Internet Explorer
> - fixed typo on general setup page
> - show hostname on system status page
> - traffic shaping now works on bridged interfaces
> - added note about proxy ARP to NAT pages
> - changed DNS override description on system setup page (DNS servers
> assigned via PPP on WAN don't work)
> - imported modified version of choparp that supports IP address ranges;
> modified webGUI to allow proxy ARP with ranges
> - uploaded images are now verified using public-key cryptography - if
> the digital signature is not correct, a warning is displayed (the user
> is allowed to continue anyway though). The format of the signed images
> can be found here, and the public key used to verify the images is here.
> This release has not been signed to avoid problems when upgrading older
> versions (it wouldn't make sense anyway because pb versions do not
> verify it).
> - Manuel
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