Release Notes: This release adds HSFC-based traffic shaping, which is optimized for VoIP setups. A problem where DHCP requests were getting dropped by the firewall has been fixed, as well as ACCEPT_LOG, which was not accepting packets correctly.
Release Notes: Significantly improved traffic shaping.
Release Notes: It is now possible to have zones covering multiple interfaces (such as ppp+) when the exact interface number is not known. There are numerous updates to TCP flag checking, and rule cleaning is updated, resulting in lesser rules being generated by FIAIF.
Release Notes: This release adds an awk script fix for Fedora and changes to scan detection to not log ACK,FIN packages.
Release Notes: Scan attacks are now logged to the system log, and improvements has been made to the rule optimizer. A bug in REDIRECT rules has been fixed, and the ICMP traceroute workaround is now only activated if the Linux kernel >= 2.4.21. IP aliases can now be used in all zone rules, and MAC addresses can now be entered in uppercase.
Release Notes: A problem that occurred when using gawk was fixed, and enhancements were made to the redirect rules.
Release Notes: This bugfix release fixes wrong syntax checks for the WATCH_IP, MAC_DROP, IP_DROP, and ECN_REMOVE rules.
Release Notes: Changes for this release include a change to SNAT rules, which now accepts a single IP instead of a zone name. A new rule, ECN_REMOVE, has been added to be used for stripping off ECN bits from packets. The documentation has also received some attention.
Release Notes: This release includes a rewrite of the rule cleanup system, which makes FIAIF start significantly more quickly. Some bugs have been fixed, and there are minor man page updates.
Release Notes: Numerous fixes were made to the zone syntax checking. A script for extracting network interface parameters was included, and the init.d sctipt was made compliant with LSB 1.3. The program now works with gawk and the original awk.