Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds async-XRL support. It fixes a bug in deleting non-VLAN interfaces. It fixes a BSD-related crash when adding an interface with the same ifindex as a previous interface. It fixes a multicast bug that totally breaks XORP multicast on recent Linux kernels.
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Improved memory performance in the BGP code. XRL performance improvements. Improved policy code. VRRP support. Numerous bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release implements OSPFv3 (draft-ietf-ospf-ospfv3-update-14.txt). It also contains numerous bugfixes and cross-compilation support for various processors: IA-64, MIPS (Broadcom for Linksys WRT54G), PowerPC-603, Sparc64, and XScale. The new supported systems are: DragonFlyBSD 1.8, FreeBSD 6.2, Linux Fedora Core6, Linux Debian 3.1 (sarge), NetBSD 3.1, and OpenBSD 4.0.
Release Notes: This release implements IGMPv3 (RFC 3376) and MLDv2 (RFC 3810), which complete the Source-Specific Multicast support. It also contains numerous improvements, bugfixes, and cleanups. Fedora Core 5, DragonFlyBSD 1.4, and FreeBSD 6.1 are supported.
Release Notes: The OSPF implementation was rewritten from scratch. The routing policy mechanism was completely integrated. Windows support was added. In addition, this release contains numerous bugfixes, new features, and improvements to existing protocols: BGP, RIP, PIM-SM, and static.
Release Notes: This release adds major bugfixes to BGP and PIM-SM. PIM-SM has been updated to the latest protocol specification. OSPF has been completely replaced and rewritten. The RIP configuration has been cleaned. Major bugfixes and cleanups have been made for the commandline interface and other underlying libraries and mechanisms.
Release Notes: The Click support that was broken in release 1.0 is again working. Some improvements have been made to the IPv6 support in BGP. The documents "XORP User Manual" and "An Introduction to Writing a XORP Process" have been added. An XORP Live CD is also available. This is a bootable CD that allows users to experiment with XORP without having to build or install it.