Release Notes: This version is based on the Linux 2.6 kernel and is a huge advance beyond version 2.
Release Notes: This release uses the to 2.6 kernel and has an updated Web UI.
Release Notes: SmoothWall GPL is now SmoothWall Express. SPI using Linux 2.4 kernel with iptables and netfilter. The installer, the Web user interface, VPN, graphs, and proxy performance were improved. Connectivity device support was improved, including USB/PCI ADSL and USB BT HH ISDN. uPnP support was added for Microsoft Windows XP users. Static DHCP assignments are now possible. The time can be synced with an internal or external NTP server. The configuration can be backed up or restored to a floppy disk. Simpler port forwarding was added. An external IP blocking feature was added. A new Java SSH client was added.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for SmoothWall Express 2.0. ipac was replaced with RRDtool. Custom DynDNS was fixed. Some changes were made to the Web UI. The updates list location has changed. More bugs were corrected.
Release Notes: Security fixes for OpenSSH and OpenSSL from beta6. Graphs for PNG, an .htaccess bug, Snort log rotation, a DHCP problem, and a gettime.pl bug have been fixed. This release has advanced TCP networking, IP blocking, configuration backup and restore, an updated BeWAN driver, and a better, faster squid with diskd support.
Release Notes: The 2.4.22 kernel is now used and the core distribution was updated to updated Red Hat 8.0. The BeWAN PCI ADSL card is now supported, and ping and traceroute diagnostics were added to the Tools section. H.323, MMS (streaming), and Quake masquerade helper modules were included. Port forward ranges were implemented and the HTTPS admin port was changed from 445 to 441.
Release Notes: This release includes a 2.4.21 kernel, NTP time sync, tweaks to the UI, several other updates, and bugfixes. The timezone is now set in the UI rather than the setup program. Updates lists can now be retrieved through a (passwordless) HTTP proxy.
Release Notes: This release includes major updates to the networking capabilities. Support for the U.S. Robotics SureConnect USB ADSL modem and modems based on the ECI chipset (such as the Fujitsu FDX310) was improved, and the new USB Home Highway ISDN connections from BT are now supported.
Release Notes: This release includes updates 1 through 21 from the previous version, which cover a great number of functionality updates and security fixes.
Release Notes: This is version 0.9.9 fully patched with fixes 1-6.