Dear freshmeat.net subscriber,
jyonan just announced version 2.1.0 of OpenVPN on freshmeat.net.
The changes are as follows:
The OpenVPN GUI is now packaged in the Windows installer. Extensions were made
to Management Interface to allow greater programmatic control of the OpenVPN
client and server. A topology subnet option was added, allowing intuitive
tun-based VPN subnets having one IP address per client. DHCP proxy support was
added for Windows clients using the route-gateway dhcp option. PKCS #11 features
were added for using cryptographic tokens ("smart cards"). A multihome option
was added to enable UDP-based multihoming of the server on multiple interfaces.
A port-share option was added to allow OpenVPN and an HTTPS server to share TCP
OpenVPN is a robust and highly configurable VPN
(Virtual Private Network) daemon which can be used
to securely link two or more private networks
using an encrypted tunnel over the Internet.
OpenVPN's principal strengths include wide
cross-platform portability, excellent stability,
support for dynamic IP addresses and NAT, adaptive
link compression, single TCP/UDP port usage, a
modular design that offloads most crypto tasks to
the OpenSSL library, and relatively easy
installation that in most cases doesn't require a
special kernel module.
Detailed history and release notes are available here:
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