Release Notes: This is a stable release, addressing some small issues (no security impact) with 0.99.22. The primary change is a fix to an ospfd issue that has a relatively strong impact, as in 0.99.22 all AS-External routes with a forwarding address are broken when used on point-to-point links. Users of ospfd are therefore strongly urged to update.
Release Notes: The primary focus of this release is a fix of a SEGV regression in ospfd, which was introduced in 0.99.19. It also features a series of minor improvements, including better RFC compliance in bgpd, better support of FreeBSD, and some enhancements to isisd.
Release Notes: This release provides security fixes which address assorted vulnerabilities in bgpd, ospfd, and ospf6d (CVE-2011-3323, CVE-2011-3324, CVE-2011-3325, CVE-2011-3326, and CVE-2011-3327).
Release Notes: Numerous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release mostly features bugfixes and cleanup work. Around 30 patches have been merged since the last release. This version is recommended for all users of the 0.99 branch.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs in the BGP and OSPF code. In particular, some notable regressions in ospfd and ospf6d were addressed. This release should be considered a 1.0.0 release candidate.
Release Notes: This release contains a regression fix for ospf6d, various small fixes, and some hopefully very significant bgpd stability fixes. This release should be considered a 1.0.0 release candidate. Please test it as widely as possible.
Release Notes: This release fixes an urgent bug in bgpd where it could hit an assert if it received a long AS_PATH with a 4-byte ASN.
Release Notes: This release was intentionally prepared as a release candidate with most regressions addressed. Users of all 0.99.x and 0.98.x branches are advised to upgrade to 0.99.11, so the next stable branch can be started as early as possible. Particular changes include initial bgpd TCP-MD5 support (only for IPv4 at the moment), crash fixes in bgpd, another RIB-FIB syncing attempt in the zebra daemon, and an OpenSolaris SFW update.
Release Notes: This release features lots of minor fixes and cleanups in all components. Aside from that, there were several notable improvements: 4-byte ASN support in BGPd, improvements in RIB updates processing consistency, a partial AS-pathlimit bugfix, BSD link-state detection support, and Solaris 10U5 support. Users of snapshot code taken between 0.99.9 and 0.99.10 releases are urged to update to 0.99.10.