VyOS 1.3.0-rc4 releases: network operating system
VyOS is forked from the Vyatta community, is a network operating system that provides software-based network routing, firewall, and VPN functionality. VyOS is based on Debian GNU/Linux and is fully open source free. VyOS can run on physical devices and virtual platforms, supporting integration packages for para-virtual drives and virtual platforms.
Changelog v1.3 RC4
- Logs can now be colorized, if you use the new
monitor log coloredop mode command.
- There’s now a way to tell the DHCP client to reject specific addresses to avoid modems giving out a local address before they retrieve a WAN address. The command is like
set interfaces ethernet eth4 dhcp-options reject 192.168.0.0/24. See T3454 for details.
- Fixed an issue with DHCP script not stopping ddclient processes correctly (T3471).
- Removing a VLAN interface that belongs to a VRF no longer causes the entire VRF to be deleted (T3438).
- Fixed incorrect tunnel names in the output of
run show vpn ipsec sa(T3055).
- Quoted MAC addresses in the hw-id option are now parsed correctly (T2838).
- The old script for uploading files to remote locations is being replaced with a new Python script that is easier to maintain and extend.
- The minisign utility is now included in the images, in preparation for switching away from GnuPG signatures.