Release Notes: Session table entry synchronization has been added introducing the new parameters sessionsyncack, syncackbdelay, syncackmaxps, syncackresend, and syncackwsize. The commands "resync" and "show nous" have also been implemented in the context of session table synchronization. The output of the commands "show stinfo" and "show sessions" has been extended accordingly. The session table testing command "stfill" has been implemented. Minor bugs with the "reload" command and functionality have been resolved. The manual has been updated accordingly.
Release Notes: A new multithreading scheduler has been implemented (activated by "set multithreading 1"). The new directive "interface N threads" controls the number of threads per interface (if the multithreading scheduler is active). A new informational command "show threads" shows thread information (if multithreading is activated). A minor bug has been fixed, server "-1" is no longer reported when there's no 1:1 server/target relationship. A new module "crossover" allows the implementation of a virtual crossover cable (Linux only). The manual has been updated accordingly.
Release Notes: Specific LOG_INFO syslog messages have been introduced on bng start, stop, and reload. The host operating system architecture is logged on startup. Special Solaris DLPI timing issues have been resolved. The Solaris bnx0 interface is now recognized as "primary interface". A "bng reload" is now refused after a vrrp priority change.
Release Notes: An issue with "ICMP Fragmentation Needed" packet forwarding has been fixed. "bng stop" now uses SIGTERM, SIGHUP, and SIGKILL in that order. A new command "inject" allows packet injections from a PCAP file for debugging and QA purposes.
Release Notes: Outdated session table entries are now reclaimed very quickly on an idle BalanceNG system. The rate per second is controlled by the new parameter "sessiongclimit".
Release Notes: "ICMP Fragmentation Needed" packets are now forwarded to all associated targets of a virtual server (DSR mode only).