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AFTR 1.1 Release Notes
Author: Michael McNally Reference Number: AA-00452 Views: 5133 Created: 2011-09-08 23:46 Last Updated: 2017-04-05 21:34 0 Rating/ Voters

ISC AFTR 1.1 is now available.

This is the public release of AFTR 1.1, which includes new features
and bug fixes.

A list of the changes in this release is contained in this message.
For a complete list of changes for all releases, please consult the
CHANGES file within the source distribution.

This release, and its OpenPGP-signatures are available now from:

ISC's Release Signing Key can be obtained at:

Changes since AFTR 1.0.1:

	--- aftr-1.1rc1 released ---

 119.	[bug]		Update/fix [RT #22370]

	--- aftr-1.1b2 released ---

 118.	[doc]		Updated documentation, added book.txt,
			streamlined example config files.

 117.	[func]		Major improvements to the XML tools.

 116.	[bug]		Protect nonat entries against tunnel operations,
			and add nonat ICMP translation. [RT #22330]

 115.	[bug]		Set the correct next-header value after IPv6
			reassembly. [RT #22238]

 114.	[bug]		Use UDP=1/TCP=2 in UPnP IWF. [RT #22100]

 113.	[func]		Add 'reload succeeded' message. [RT #21596]

 112.	[bug]		Protect the range loop against clock jumping

	--- aftr-1.1b1 released ---

 111.	[func]		Add XML-based remote configuration tools. [RT #20379]

 110.	[func]		Don't list stale entries in 'list nat global'.
			[RT #21630]

 109.	[bug]		Per session command buffer. [RT #21599]

 108.	[func]		Extend the try tunnel command. [RT #21566]

 107.	[func]		Merge UPNP IGD proxy. [RT #21184]

 106.	[func]		Add a search in logs/traces tool. [RT #21185]

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