Release Notes: This release cleans up a problem with downlink traffic not accounting correctly. It also introduces refined tuning for the hardlimit feature. It also has been extensively tested for stability. It is based on the 2.4.19 kernel.
Release Notes: The previous release had a few bugs when using ADD_CONFIG and MASKs and MAC address shaping. This interim releases fixes those problems.
Release Notes: 5.52 had a latent bug which caused the arbitrator to drop packets on ports greater than 3500. This problem is fixed in 5.53
Release Notes: Port numbers above 255 are now reported correctly. An underflow that occurred sporadically when reporting the average bytes per second was also fixed. These fixes require a kernel recompilation.
Release Notes: A problem has been fixed with restarting the Arbitrator and persistence of limits. This was a bug remedy for the 5.5 release.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug that pretty much stopped the arbitrator from working, and adds general application level shaping for HTTP.
Release Notes: A problem with configurations for larger systems has been fixed, and there are several small bugfixes. The defaults are set so that the arbitrator now adopts better to larger systems (1000 users).