since some days I have "strange" voucher "phenomens"
A voucher still valid is not recognized as valid in the validation-check.
Also the validation of the voucher fails - if someone wants to use a voucher.
reboot of the system dont changes anything.
The vouchers in the overview are still counted as valid.
It worked fine for some weeks - but now my daughter can never surf
since I dont want to give her free access over the MAC-pass-throu
Zitat von Manuel Kasper <mk at neon1 dot net>:
> Hello m0n0wall users,
> after almost three years in beta, I have decided that m0n0wall 1.3
> is now good enough for production. It's basically a re-release of
> 1.3b18, with two fixes thrown in. No major bugs have been reported
> anymore, but as always, upgrade on your own risk :)
> Major changes in this release (since 1.23):
> - switched base operating system to FreeBSD 6.4
> - consolidated net45xx, net48xx and wrap images into a single
> "embedded" image
> - switched bridge implementation to if_bridge: bridge member
> interfaces will now always be filtered
> (the filtering bridge option has been removed)
> - IPv6 support (enable on advanced setup page)
> - firewall support for IPsec traffic
> - IPsec NAT-T, DPD and dynamic tunnels
> - countless bugfixes and other improvements
> If you're upgrading a 1.2 generic-pc installation, you need to
> install 1.3b7 before you install 1.3 (because the image is too big
> to fit in the MFS that 1.2 allocates for the firmware upgrade).
> If you're upgrading a 1.2 net45xx/net48xx/wrap installation, you
> need to rename the embedded image to reflect your platform before
> you upload it (this is a one time thing only).
> Full change log:
> At this point, let me say thank you to all of those who have
> contributed in some way or another (by submitting code, bug
> reports/fixes, cash, etc.)! m0n0wall has become a mature product,
> and the open source firewall software landscape has changed
> considerably in the almost 7 years that I've been working on it.
> There are now alternatives that offer more features (sometimes at
> the expense of increased resource requirements), and I don't think
> that m0n0wall needs to duplicate those efforts. As time permits,
> I'll continue to maintain m0n0wall and keep it relatively free of
> bugs and security issues, move it to new versions of its FreeBSD
> base operating system to ensure compatibility with new hardware, and
> perhaps add a new feature from time to time.
> Thanks for using m0n0wall, and have fun with v1.3!
> - Manuel
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