Version 0.9.1 fixes all bugs that have been discovered since the release of v0.9.0.
During the development of version 0.9.0 everything was ported to Linux kernel 2.6 and large parts of the kernel code have been rewritten. The kernel patch is now fairly non-intrusive: it only adds one simple function to ip_tables.c. The rest of the patch introduces new files to the kernel. The new release fixes all known bugs and also introduces some new features.
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Version 0.8 is a major rewrite of most of the code and introduces support for iptables matches and targets, 64 bit counters and user-defined chains as main new features.
Version 0.1a fixes the --syn and --not-syn match and a minor bug concerning the statistical output of /proc/net/nf-hipac.
- support for all kernel architectures especially 64 bit architectures
- dynamically change invokation order of iptables and nf-hipac via /proc/net/nf-hipac without losing your rules
- support for negation (!) in matches
- autoloading of the kernel module nf_hipac.o
- install and uninstall target added to Makefile
- all outstanding bugs are fixed in this release
You will find the user documentation of nf-hipac on our web site:
We now have the results of some basic performance tests available on our web page. The test compares the performance of the iptables filter table to the performance of nf-hipac. Results are pretty impressive :-)
Version 0.0.2 adds a correct memory handling and allows the user to dynamically limit the maximum memory usage.
This release is considered to be far more stable than version 0.0.1.
The nf-hipac team is happy to announce the first