Release Notes: Improvements to the PPPoE server (ability to listen on multiple interfaces, and randomizing session numbers), a security fix to the PPPoE server (ignoring PADTs from incorrect MAC addresses), better documentation for kernel-mode support, and functionality with patched pppd 2.4.1.
Release Notes: Many small improvements throughout, addition of a GUI for setup and control of PPPoE links, and addition of wrapper program to allow non-root users to bring links up and down.
Release Notes: This release includes support for kernel-mode PPPoE on Linux 2.4, the addition of a PPPoE relay agent, the ability to compile on Solaris, more stringent checks on MAC addresses, and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Compilation problems on Caldera and Slackware have been fixed. The Solaris/x86 port now works. There are also minor shell script updates and fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a denial-of-service vulnerability from previous versions, and tightens the security of adsl-setup. You are strongly recommended to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release adds minor shell script fixes for Solaris and NetBSD.
Release Notes: Synchronous PPP works reliably on Linux (huge CPU savings), a port to Solaris, and minor fixes to scripts and documentation.
Release Notes: The ability to set the Ethernet frame type to arbitrary values was added to cope with broken PPPoE implementations. A "pppoe-sniff" program was added to deduce the proper frame type values.
Release Notes: Fixes for compilation problems under old kernels and Corel Linux, other minor bugfixes, and esoteric new options to pppoe to kill a PPPoE session and break discovery/session phases apart into two processes.
Release Notes: Inclusion of a server as well as a client in the package, ports to NetBSD, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD, more stringent sanity checks, a fix for a bug in which HostUniq tag did not work if access concentrator sent a cookie, total code reorganization, and improvements to adsl-* shell scripts.