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  •  07 Jul 2010 19:55
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    Release Notes: Configured packets can now be grouped to 'packet sequences'. IP auto-fragmentation is now supported in interactive mode. Jitter measurements now uses the SSRC option consistently to distinguish different RTP streams. PVST+ and the Loose Source Route IP option works now correctly. There are many bugfixes.

    •  08 Mar 2010 21:39
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      Release Notes: This release adds better RTP support, fixes the nasty CPU consumption bug which occurred on systems with a recent libpcap-dev, improves RTP jitter measurement, and updates the documentation. All users should upgrade to this release for security and stability reasons.

      •  24 Dec 2009 02:14
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        Release Notes: Mausezahn now supports a multi-threaded mode with a Cisco-style command line and incorporating Mausezahn's Own Packet System (MOPS). Basic support for IGMP (v1, v2) was added with querier and client mode. Basic LLDP support was added, also with 'bad' TLV creation. Also added were multi-device support, support for nanosecond inter-packet delays (MOPS), an ARP observation service, improved IP range configuration in legacy code, and support for independent measurements of concurrent RTP streams (as part of legacy code): each RTP stream can be assigned an arbitrary ID. Many other changes were made.

        •  07 Aug 2009 11:27
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          Release Notes: This release fixes some problems during the build process on different platforms, plus some cosmetic issues.

          •  27 Jul 2009 20:08
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            Release Notes: This is essentially a security-related bugfix, but there are some additional features, including improvements for the RTP measurements. For example, RTP jitter estimation as specified in RFC3550 (smoothed mean deviation) is now supported. This is not the promised great summer update (which will come in August), but only a small update of the 'legacy code' to fix some security bugs. Since the previous version (0.34.6) seems to be potentially vulnerable against stack smashing attacks, everybody is encouraged to upgrade.

            •  30 Oct 2008 17:26
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              Release Notes: This is an unplanned bugfix release before the next major release (0.35) comes out. Ranges (ports and/or addresses) can now be used even when no payload is specified. Two new features are included: RTP packet drop count and disorder count (the number of permutations needed to regain the correct sequence). These values are printed on the command line at regular intervals.

              •  07 Oct 2008 21:34
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                Release Notes: Every 0.34 user should upgrade, especially if you want to get rid of the nasty warning message that tells you that your system clock is not precise enough (not all systems are affected). This release checks the system clock precision and chooses the monotonic nanosecond clock if available or an alternative clock otherwise. No nasty warning message should occur anymore.

                •  24 Sep 2008 08:42
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                  Release Notes: IP options (general interface, as well as loose and strict source route) and ICMP improvements (echo request/reply, unreachable) were added. The clock for the jitter-measurements was improved, so there are no artifacts when a host synchronizes with NTP-servers.

                  •  11 Sep 2008 09:14
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                    Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed with BPDU padding, PVST+ format, and RTP format. Some additional features with BPDUs are now available, such as VLAN tagging and some other minor things. The RTP frequency is now 20 msec, with a payload of 160 bytes, assuming a G.711 codec. Other applications (such as Wireshark) should now be able to interpret Mausezahn's RTP packets.

                    •  04 Sep 2008 20:11
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                      Release Notes: This release has a cleaner source package and checks for root privileges.

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