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OPNsense 19.1-RC1 released – OPNsense, Your Next Open Source Firewall

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For nearly four years now, OPNsense is driving innovation by means of modularising and hardening the open source firewall, with simple and reliable firmware upgrades, multi-language help, HardenedBSD safety, quick adoption of upstream software updates in addition to clear and secure 2-Clause BSD licensing.

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Download links, an set up guide[1] and the checksums for the pictures might be found under as properly.

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Listed here are the complete modifications towards version 18.7.10:

o system: console port task can now assign OPT without LAN
o system: anti-lockout will use OPT1 if LAN just isn’t present
o system: permit creation of combined shopper/server SSL certificates
o system: gateway monitoring switches to Dpinger with Apinger eliminated
o system: detect unassigned gateways in static handle setups
o system: more superior gateway monitoring options for Dpinger (contributed by Staff Insurrection)
o system: removing of the previous notification system in favour of Monit
o system: only permit syslog remote binding to assigned interfaces
o system: disable IP aliases configured with VHID on short-term disable
o system: remove AHCI MSI disable workaround used in FreeBSD 11.1
o system: default gateway switching strikes again to basic settings
o system: beep sound notification setting strikes to misc. settings
o system: restrict log line length in log widget
o interfaces: change 6RD/6to4 interface prefix from inner identify to physical system
o interfaces: prohibit monitoring on 6RD with /64 upstream prefix
o interfaces: take away unneeded use of probably clashing fe80::1:1 addresses for IPv6 monitoring
o interfaces: clear an apparently faulty system DUID when no guide DUID is about
o interfaces: up to date customized dhclient-script used for DHCPv4
o interfaces: VIP help for GRE units
o interfaces: simplify find_interface_ip* features
o interfaces: take away get_interface_subnet* features
o interfaces: take away unused get_possible_listen_ips perform
o interfaces: link standing indicator on assignments page
o interfaces: unify interface removing code
o firewall: change GeoIP database download to HTTPS
o firewall: discover IP reference device for aliases
o firewall: improve alias page responsiveness with giant number of addresses
o firewall: show system errors when reloading aliases
o firewall: NAT port ahead logging choice and reside view help
o firewall: optionally resolve all host names in stay view
o firewall: not all states might be removed in diagnostics page
o firewall: clean up unused NAT rule association code
o reporting: improve handling of empty Insight datasets
o reporting: prepare for Python Three conversion
o firmware: change default mirror location to HTTPS
o firmware: health verify for base and kernel information together with model examine
o firmware: help base and kernel file measurement in packages overview
o firmware: /var MFS compatibility on base installation when reboot is deferred
o firmware: command line core lock function prevents package deal upgrades
o firmware: internally keep in mind plugins installed or removed within the GUI
o firmware: present final recognized replace go online web page open
o firmware: show untrusted repository error in GUI
o firmware: separate chanelogs tab for readability
o dhcp: refuse setup of situations that haven’t any related IP handle
o dhcp: fix lease time local vs. UTC show in IPv6 leases
o installer: change communication from TCP to named pipes
o installer: repair sporadic segmentation faults in frontend code
o installer: permit config import from ZFS swimming pools
o installer: permit password reset on ZFS pools
o installer: removed various unused modules
o ipsec: generate right config for “Hybrid-RSA + XAuth” (contributed by Max Weller)
o ipsec: reworked strongswan.conf era
o ipsec: use new interface subnet retrieval code
o monit: help declaring dependencies (contributed by Alexander Werner)
o monit: add Service/Check sort relation (contributed by Frank Brendel)
o monit: add CARP status to plain providers
o monit: add gateway alerts to plain providers
o monit: backend rework to simplify the service
o intrusion detection: help base ruleset overlays and enhance logging
o intrusion detection: GeoIP function in user-defined rules has been removed
o intrusion detection: obey Content material-Disposition header
o openvpn: shopper export rewrite, new export choice for The Inexperienced Bow
o unbound: reworked slab calculation
o unbound: added statistics page
o unbound: only bind to interfaces or OpenVPN situations, all the time bind to loopback
o unbound: fix ACL subnet calculation for OpenVPN situations
o unbound: do not generate host entries for OpenVPN situations
o unbound: enhance assist text wording and common settings format
o net proxy: mum or dad proxy help (contributed by Michael Muenz)
o wizard: fix checkbox label styling
o mvc: converted reboot, halt and license page to MVC
o mvc: compared-to-field constraint (contributed by Fabian Franz)
o mvc: external shoppers which set Authorization header now obtain uncooked JSON responses
o mvc: repair empty worth examine in grid (contributed by Sensible-Mushy)
o mvc: globally lock config when multiple gadgets are deleted directly
o mvc: volt template JavaScript cleanups
o ui: up to date bootstrap-select to model 1.13.Three
o ui: collapsible sidebar help in default theme (contributed by Group Insurrection)
o plugins: os-acme-client 1.19[2]o plugins: os-c-icap 1.7 provides template help (contributed by Michael Muenz)
o plugins: os-dmidecode hardware info widget (contributed by Sensible-Mushy)
o plugins: os-dyndns 1.12 modifications HE tunnel broker to newer API (contributed by Dusan Dragic)
o plugins: os-frr switches to FRR, please see under
o plugins: os-l2tp 1.8 interface now selects reachable server tackle
o plugins: os-pptp 1.eight interface now selects reachable server handle
o plugins: os-openconnect 1.Three.Three[3]o plugins: os-quagga removed, please use os-frr as an alternative
o plugins: os-nginx 1.6[4]o plugins: os-rspamd 1.4 permits to set guide spam scores and subject (contributed by Michael Muenz and Fabian Franz)
o plugins: os-snmp eliminated, please use os-net-snmp as an alternative
o plugins: os-theme-cicada 1.13
o plugins: os-theme-tukan 1.12
o plugins: os-wol 2.1 fixes widget link (contributed by Fabian Franz)
o src: HardenedBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p7[5][6][7]o src: fix lacking transmit visibility for BPF-based listeners in native netmap mode
o src: restrict the utmost number of fragments per packet in pf
o src: substitute rwlock on PF_RULES_LOCK with rmlock in pf
o src: do not discard UDP6 visitors in Hyper-V adaptors
o src: fix state sync during initial bulk replace in pfsync
o src: unbreak dhclient(8) choice 26 processing
o src: import APU 1-3 LED kernel module
o ports: krb5 1.17[8]o ports: php 7.1.26[9]o ports: sudo 1.eight.27[10]o ports: perl 5.28.1[11]o ports: suricata netmap forward-compatibility patch (contributed by Sunny Valley Networks)

Recognized points and limitations:

o Gateway health graphs may have a guide reset because of the Apinger to Dpinger migration.
o Intrusion detection GeoIP rules are mechanically deactivated and must be manually migrated to firewall alias GeoIP.
o Monit common settings don’t save. A patch exists[12] to remedy this drawback: opnsense-patch a2899594
o Situation with IDS migration code making a spurious crash report. Patch already completed for the final 19.1.
o Quagga plugin has been outmoded by FRR plugin. A binary quagga package deal has been conserved in the intervening time.
o Please read the FRR documentation with regard to the required system tunables[13].
o SNMP plugin has been outmoded by Internet-SNMP plugin.
o ZFS guided installation pending.

The general public key for the 19.1 collection is:


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SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-dvd-amd64.iso.bz2) = 7c0c6cf529cb2f8aa9c29b3645b4ec1e218c292f722941ae9880b009c93e6364
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-nano-amd64.img.bz2) = b355355fc6d10475af2b1c22daa2fd5f5ab78bb375aaf8100a51f087d2447289
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-serial-amd64.img.bz2) = f4d40b1ece162aac97505f8ad1e16271126df11fb1a317a9f431ff4737fe5da8
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-vga-amd64.img.bz2) = f8c860a7e3eb9be61d33da92b021a0f337advert50e00a6ffc1cca793277f1890b63

SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-dvd-i386.iso.bz2) = c7b5ced64623416bd56e5337d5212c9af25292a48eb1bb298321e4bb79056c94
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-nano-i386.img.bz2) = 1313645407d810dd7a5dedf4978deaa7c14f4655dee679de572d7a9e853749c0
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-serial-i386.img.bz2) = f44203f5bb6e2dbfe5b524b37e9e53baab0665684cbc215bdc3015e11a79c2bd
SHA256 (OPNsense-19.1.r1-OpenSSL-vga-i386.img.bz2) = a6cfc14b9675563053d6e7733011c381f39e8fb2e10a8a64d60cc7de421ac2db