pfSense 1.3 – what’s coming?

pfSense logoThe pfSense Team have outlined their development plans for version 1.3 which will be base on FBSD 7.0. It’s the plan to release the next version within the next month.

This release already contains some significant new features. Among them are:

  • Traffic shaper completely rewritten – now supports any number of internal interfaces and multiple WAN interfaces. This work is 99% finished and is working exceptionally well in our testing.
  • User manager – multiple administrative users can be created, with varying levels of access. Access groups can be defined to easily grant identical access rights to multiple users. Rights can be defined individually for each page in the web interface.
  • LDAP authentication – LDAP is integrated into the user manager so pfSense can authenticate from any LDAP server. Microsoft Active Directory and Novell eDir have been thoroughly tested, though any LDAP server should work. You can even define groups in your directory and assign rights in pfSense to those groups.
  • Significant OpenVPN improvements
  • Routing improvements

Keep up the good work, Chris (and the other team members). Looking forward to trying out 1.3.

2 thoughts on “pfSense 1.3 – what’s coming?

  1. inoktav says:

    what about

    freeradius? will there be any fix since i still have problem running it in pfsense, it always make the system “hang” every time i activate it

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