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Net-Policy 2.0 released

Net-Policy 2.0 has been released. Net-Policy aims to be an easy to use and full-fledge management station capable of configuration, monitoring and notification collection and aggregation via the use of SNMP. Take a look at the screen shots on the main web page to see what it is capable of. Read the INSTALL file after you download the source code please.

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2004-09-03

Net-Policy 1.0.1+ released

A fairly stable net-snmp snapshot has been uploaded and are available on the download server. This includes a 1.0.1 release of np-cerberus and np-plutoplus and a specific snapshot of the mainline CVS tree for the GUI support. RPMs have now been made available as well.

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2003-09-26

Net-Policy 0.9.2 released

This contains a huge number of improvements over the 0.9.1 release. It should be able to manage IKE now, and contains a large number of usability improvements. There are a lot more changes than can be listed here. We're getting close to a 1.0 quality release, which should be out in the next few months.

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2003-03-17

net-policy 0.9.1 released

I just released a 0.9.1 version of the net-policy system. It is a vast improvement over the 0.9 system with many new features and bugs. It has been tested by new users and many installation and run time bugs have been fixed. We're shooting for a 1.0 release sometime in the next few months and need all the feedback we can get, so please submit bug reports!

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2003-01-19

Come check out our IRC channel

The developers of this project reguarily hang out on the #net-policy channel on the irc.freenode.net IRC servers. See www.freenode.net for details on using their IRC servers.

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2003-01-19

First release: 0.9 version released.

The first release (0.9) has been pressed and is now available on the download servers. There are many known problems, but feedback would be highly appreciated.

Posted by Wes Hardaker 2002-11-13