1.2 status update

October 3rd, 2007 by Chris Buechler

As we get closer to the 1.2 final release, more and more people are using the RC releases, and hence more atypical environments are deployed where bugs are discovered. We’re working on fixing the last few things, at which point another release candidate will come out. From there, the final release depends on the issues people discover and how long it takes to fix them.

As always,  no dates or time lines are known.

10 Responses to “1.2 status update”

  1. Deep Freeze Says:

    Yeah!

  2. Jonathan Puddle Says:

    Thanks for the update.

  3. Alparslan Says:

    hi,

    In the new version. it is posible to add manual(custom) rdr, nat and rules?

    thanks.

  4. Flemming D. Joergensen Says:

    Thank you for the update, PfSense is amazing work :) By far the best firewall/router standalone OS I have ever used :)

    Looking forward to the next RC!!!

  5. Mathieu Says:

    Yes it’s nice to have some news, many thanks !

  6. Deep Freeze Says:

    Is it possible to have an automatic shutdown on specified times with the use of crontabs?

  7. Chris Buechler Says:

    This is not an appropriate place to ask questions, they will not be answered here. Please take questions to the forum or mailing list.

  8. Martijn Says:

    pfSense rocks! Thank you all for the hard work! Just ordered 2 mainboards from pcengine.ch and can’t wait to install pfSense on them. Thanx!

  9. ChicxulubKT Says:

    Excellent product. I am impressed with the ease of use and the starightforward package you have here. With the addins it is remarkably flexible.

    I am looking forward to the final release.

  10. DJmizt73 Says:

    By far the best OS/Router package out there ..made a FreeBSD believer out of me ..would have love to see quagga instead of OpenBGP though ..keep up the awesome work folks!

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