Release Notes: This release includes over six months of bugfixes and enhancements centering on performance, portability, and packet editing.
Release Notes: This release adds some support for non-Ethernet NICs under Linux, fixes a number of serious bugs in tcpbridge, and improves tcpreplay's support for older versions of Linux/*BSD.
Release Notes: This release fixes a cross-platform compile issue under Linux, Solaris, and other platforms without a BPF device.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of end-user reported performance, stability, and data corruption issues. All users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, improves performance, and adds support for 802.11 and Radiotap wireless.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of serious bugs with tcprewrite pseudo-nat, 802.1Q on little endian systems, and a severe memory leak in tcpprep CIDR matching. Additional workarounds were made for badly formatted pcap files and a bug in the Mac OS X kernel causing WiFi disassociation.
Release Notes: This release improves OpenBSD, HP-UX, Cygwin/Win32, x86_64, and little endian support. Enhancements were made to allow editing packets with tcpreplay. libpcap detection was improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes some serious regression bugs that prevented tcprewrite from editing most packets on Intel and other little-endian systems. Some smaller bugfixes and tweaks to improve replay performance were made.
Release Notes: This release is a major rewrite of tcprewrite and fixes numerous bugs related to DLT/Layer 2 editing. It now supports Ethernet, RAW, BSD NULL/LOOP, Cisco HDLC, Linux SLL, and user defined DLT types. Additional enhancements improve cross-platform support. Fixes were made to tcpprep's include/exclude logic.
Release Notes: This release fixes serious compilation issues and includes the latest version of AutoGen.