Release Notes: This release fixes some build issues under certain corner cases.
Release Notes: Being a minor release, this is mostly bugfixes and feature requests reported by users, including making tcpreplay and tcprewrite into a single tool again by default. To allow this while still providing for maximum performance when necessary, there are now two tcpreplay binaries: tcpreplay and tcpreplay-edit.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs and compatibility issues under Linux and FreeBSD.
Release Notes: This release fixes two major compile time issues related to the Sun Studio compiler and Linux distributions that do not ship static libraries.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue where the program crashed when --enable-tcpreplay-edit is specified.
Release Notes: This is the first official stable release of the 3.x series which contains many performance, feature, and portability enhancements over the 2.x series. All users are strongly encouraged to upgrade as the 2.x series is now officially EOL.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that fixes the TCP/UDP port rewriting feature on little-endian systems and improves the configure script's handling of --with-libnet and --with-libpcap.
Release Notes: This release fixed a compilation issue on systems with older versions of libpcap such as Red Hat 9.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes a variety of bugs users have found. It adds a few new features for rewriting TCP/UDP ports and supporting two additional DLT types in tcpprep.
Release Notes: This release fixed a compilation issue on big endian systems such as the PowerPC and SPARC.