Manuel Kasper has announced m0n0wall 1.3.
“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).”