Release Notes: This release improved support for ICMP6, including type/code display and state deletion. Unrecognized protocols are now printed as numbers instead of "unknown". The size of the "state" column is now dynamic, and ":" is no longer shown for connections without ports.
Release Notes: This release adds significant improvements to IPv6 support and fixes a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: This version adds IPv6 support, fixes a slew of bugs, and adds code and documentation cleanups.
Release Notes: This is a minor release. It fixes some small output formatting bugs and removes backwards compatibility code.
Release Notes: A small formatting bug in 2.2.0 was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds many features, such as the ability to delete entries from your netfilter state table, per-state byte and packet counters, port name lookup ICMP ID display, better scrolling support, and more.
Release Notes: Version 2.0 mixed up --src-filter with --srcpt-filter and --dst-filter with --dstpt-filter. This is just a point-release to fix that.
Release Notes: This version has a slew of new features, the biggest of which is scrolling. You can now scroll to see your whole state table. It also added color-coding by protocol, an interactive help menu, more filter options, the ability to change filters interactively, significantly better dynamic column sizing, less memory usage, long options support, and better window resize handling. Lastly, the code has been significantly re-factored and re-tooled to be more efficient, use less-memory, and be generally cleaner.
Release Notes: This version introduces the ability to filter what gets shown by the source and/or destination IP address. It also has new features which allow you to mark entries where hostnames have been truncated and to supress the display of DNS entries to make name-resolution mode more useful. A lot of code and documentation cleanups were also made.
Release Notes: New dynamic column widths, a fix for a minor memory leak issue, Makefile updates, updates to help compilation on more platforms, fixes for truncation problems, and various documentation updates.