NETSHe is a feature-rich and general-purpose Web interface and initialization system for OpenWRT-based firmware. Its main features are network interface management (including point-to-point and wireless), VLANs and aliases, advanced routing (static, multipath, rule-based, RIP, OSPF, BGP), a zone-based firewall, bridges with brouter and filtering capability, interface bonding, quality of service, bandwidth management, traffic shaping, rate control, traffic prioritization, L7 based IP traffic filtering and marking, extended management of wireless interfaces, an access concentrator for variable VPNs (PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN), and much more.
Release Notes: NETSHe is now in the stable production stage. This release decreases boot time and system requirements, changes the Web UI, adds tunnel interface management to the Web interface, adds a switch management module to NETSHe, refactors the QoS subsytem, updates the Dynamic DNS client, refactors time synchronization, and makes significant changes to the wireless subsystem, realizing a wireless distribution system mode, supporting multiple SSID networks, enhancing ad-hoc mode, and making other small improvements.
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Release Notes: This release adds an option to use fallocate() with FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE.