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  •  07 Feb 2013 14:17

Release Notes: This release fixes handling of multicast packets by not sending useless traffic indications about them. It also fixes recovery from DNS lookup failure of dynamic-map bindings.

  •  12 Dec 2012 20:40

Release Notes: The license has changed to MIT. This release adds minor bugfixes to handle network configuration errors properly (e.g., protocol address routing loops and very low holding times).

  •  23 Jun 2012 00:43

Release Notes: This release adds minor fixes for configurations with multiple mgre interfaces.

  •  19 Aug 2011 10:40

Release Notes: Leaf (re)discovery immediately after reboot was fixed when stale IPsec SAs are still present and IPsec initial-contact notification is expected to flush them.

  •  24 Mar 2011 07:15

Release Notes: The GRE key is now exported to opennhrp-script (to allow dual-DMVPN setups). Minor bugs in config directives were fixed, along with building for certain configurations.

  •  01 Sep 2009 13:53

Release Notes: A Libev update, fixes for bugs related to local address monitoring, and minor documentation improvements.

  •  31 Dec 2008 17:38

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug introduced in 0.9.1 related to PID file writing when running daemonized.

  •  31 Dec 2008 10:02

Release Notes: A problem in peer cache enumeration that could crash opennhrp under special circumstances was fixed. The example opennhrp-script was updated to show how to add host routes with MTU. PID file locking is now done as the first thing to prevent accidental startup of opennhrp (which would make the initial instance unusable by overwriting the control socket).

  •  18 Jun 2008 11:54

Release Notes: Alias IP addresses as are no longer used as an NBMA source IP address. One memory leak was fixed. An access to freed memory in rare conditions was rectified.


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