All releases of OpenBSD Network Shell

  •  11 Feb 2013 03:08
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    Release Notes: Full routing table support across all supported commands, daemons, and routing configurations. All daemons and commands can now be used in any routing table. Multiple daemons can be configured to run, each within their own routing table with non-overlapping configuration. Full IPv6 support in interface and routing configuration. Use of SQLite as a back-end for temporal data. Support for tftpd, tftp-proxy, ospf6d, and npppd in the ctl handler. CARP and pfsync work properly now.

    •  23 May 2012 21:47
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      Release Notes: This release adds an ifstated handler, fixes the interface start order, and organizes configurations to start interfaces in the same order as /etc/netstart (this will fix problems for some trunk and carp users).

      •  21 May 2012 15:04
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        Release Notes: Various fixes for GCC 4 and newer versions of OpenBSD. Pflow sender/receiver/version support. Fixes the ftp-proxy handler to not use match rules in anchor. Support interface MPLS and MPLS label configuration. New rdomain/rtable controls (per-route rtable, per-tunnel destination rdomain, and per-interface rdomain). A random lladdr option adopted from ifconfig. ldpd, iked, smtpd, and ldapd daemon control integration. A pfsync defer option. Setup for CARP balancing and carppeer. A GRE keepalive option. trunkproto has been fixed (trunk config works now).

        •  05 May 2008 17:38
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          Release Notes: Command completion for first level and most second level commands. ftp-proxy, sshd, and inetd handlers (no options yet, just on/off) and a resolv.conf handler (with local-control or dhcp-control.) Various bugfixes. Daemon controls including SSH, NTP, BGP, and OSPF are now production-tested and considered reliable.

          •  08 Feb 2008 11:17
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            Release Notes: Full support was added for BGP, OSPF, RIP, IPsec, DHCP, DVMRP, SNMP, NTP, relayd, and sasyncd. New support was added for route labels, interface groups, group attributes, vlan priority, arp show, and arp set. Significant code cleanup was done. Basic paging support was added for show run and show start.

            •  30 Dec 2007 09:03
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              Release Notes: This release is only for OpenBSD 4.2-current users. It won't compile on 4.2-release or earlier. It now allows users to add multipath routes, improves txpower support, and removes all KVM access in favor of sysctl (a major cleanup which fixes bugs and makes a bit of code easier to use in the future, especially for IPv6). It adds "who" and "flush user" to the main level and "timeslot" and "syncpeer" commands to the interface level.

              •  17 Dec 2007 07:53
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                Release Notes: Since the 2005 release, this adds lladdr (MAC address) change support, 64-bit counter support, DHCP support, trunk support, txpower support, better CARP support (multiple VHIDs), and several other updates to support newer versions of OpenBSD.

                •  03 Jul 2005 05:48
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                  Release Notes: Updates were made to support OpenBSD 3.7 and current. Bugfixes were made.

                  •  24 Mar 2004 12:00
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                    Release Notes: This version adds interface creation/destruction, an actual enable password function (instead of the previous do-nothing placeholder), a startup config viewer, carp and pfsync support, and other bugfixes and updates for OpenBSD 3.5 compatibility.

                    •  19 Sep 2003 01:05
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                      Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release for OpenBSD 3.4 users. It brings nsh into sync for the current release of OpenBSD.

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