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  •  11 Apr 2005 07:52
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    Release Notes: A significant number of bugfixes were made in all daemons. BGP TCP MD5 support was added on Linux and OpenBSD. Net-SNMP is now supported in addition to UCD-SNMP. More-line support was added (using the Enter key in More mode) along with OSPFv3 Area support (not yet for virtual-link).

    •  27 Nov 2003 04:55
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      Release Notes: zebra does not listen to other processes' netlink messages anymore. A "bgp log-neighbor-changes" feature was added to bgpd. A "set ip next-hop peer-address" was added. The community delete bug was fixed. Point-to-Multipoint support was added to ospfd. The OSPF MD5 authentication bug, the OSPF NSSA bug, and the NSM event schedule bug were fixed. The Opaque LSA patch was updated. The ospf6d DR election bug was fixed. The link-local address is updated on interface creation. vtysh was updated for IPv6 handling. A vty bug in the library that caused a daemon crash was fixed.

      •  07 Jul 2002 11:48
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        Release Notes: A fatal error in ospfd has been fixed. A new BGP configuration was added.

        •  17 Aug 2001 05:37
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          Release Notes: IPv4 multicast and IPv6 unicast configuration is changed to so called new config. All of AFI and SAFI specific configuration is moved to "address-family" node. When you have many IPv6 only configuration, you will see many "no neighbor X:X::X:X activate" line in your configuration to disable IPv4 unicast NLRI exchange. In that case, please use "no bgp default ipv4-unicast" command to suppress the output. Until zebra-0.93, the old config is still left for compatibility. Internal interface treatment is changed. Now ospfd can handle multiple IP address for an interface.

          •  12 Feb 2001 07:27
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            Release Notes: This release includes IPv6 codes based upon the new RIB code, the ability to handle the same connected route to one interface, and ripd can now perform redistributed route's poisoned reverse.

            •  10 Jan 2001 15:26
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              Release Notes: New RIB code provides multiple nexthops for a prefix. Equal cost multipath works on GNU/Linux. Communication between the protocol daemon and zebra has been changed to use UNIX domain sockets. BGP trap MIB works. BGP route selection is improved, and various option are provided. A new OSPF packet read method has been added, and countless bugs have been fixed.

              •  03 Oct 2000 02:24
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                Release Notes: OSPF works on x86 Solaris boxes, OSPF neighbor support, fixes for the IPv6 inteface's address information propagation bug and the BGP read lock problem, BGP's various MED comparison methods, and Zebra works on OpenBSD again.

                •  18 Aug 2000 02:48
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                  Release Notes: The Zebra protocol has been changed to support multipath and distance configuration, metric values are now passed from the protocol daemon to Zebra. Implemented "default-information originate" for OSPF, soft reconfiguration for BGP, route refresh support for BGP, MD5 authentication for RIP, and new integrated shell vtysh.

                  •  13 Jun 2000 12:25
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                    Release Notes: Many OSPF-related critical bugfixes, addition of MPLS-VPN PE-RR functionality, and improvements to RIP and zebra interface up/down handling.

                    •  28 Apr 2000 10:11
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                      Release Notes: Many ospfd-related bugfixes, fixes for BGP's route selection problem, a fix for an exec-timeout bug that would cause crashes, a new "bgp always-compare-med" command, and changes to IP prefix-list default behavior.

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