Release Notes: Fixes for demand-dialling, additional options to stop buggy access concentrators from negotiating header compression, and minor cleanups and documentation updates.
Release Notes: Support added for demand-connecting for users whose ISP's charge based on connect time. The pppoe client now sends a PADT frame if connection is terminated. Improved signal-handling, minor improvements and bug-fixes included.
Release Notes: More debugging information in DEBUG mode, simple canned firewall scripts for extra security, and clean compiling with -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes.
Release Notes: Bug fixes.
Release Notes: The compilation problem on older systems was fixed. adsl-start and adsl-connect now take additional arguments. pppoe.conf now has its own man page. adsl-start now defaults to waiting for the link to appear before returning to the caller. An easier installation and configuration process was implemented.
Release Notes: The installation procedure is now easier. All configuration info has been moved into /etc/ppp/pppoe.conf; you no longer need to edit the adsl-connect script. The adsl-start and adsl-stop commands to control the connection were added. A script to start the adsl connection on bootup was added (Red Hat-like systems only). A Red Hat RPM package was added, which will probably only work with Red Hat 6.1.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to "clamp" the MSS value, so you don't need to adjust MTU settings on LAN hosts.
Release Notes: A major bugfix in the MSS clamping code (the old client incorrectly added an MSS option if there wasn't one, and did not compute the IP checksum properly).
Release Notes: A "configure" script was added. The HOWTO-CONNECT was clarified due to popular demand. Minor fixes to the firewall script were made. Experimental support for synchronous PPP was added, which could greatly reduce the CPU load of pppoe.
Release Notes: Initial public release.