Pfsense 1.2 timeline



  • Hello

    Im running pfsense 1.1 on a firewall, I have another one in waiting to set up carp.
    In order for me to do that tho I have to upgrade our /30 to a /29.

    I understnad that 1.2 is in development and will be ready when its ready. But If we could get a rough timeline of when it might be done that would be great. Last i heard it was before christmass. Is this correct ?

    The reason I ask is im trying to plan our infrastructure upgrade. Im trying to hold my bosses off but if 1.2 takes to loong ill have to use 1.1 and scedule downtime to upgrade to 1.2 later on



  • It'll be out within the next week most likely.



  • Oh realy wow

    thats better than expected, that will give me plenty of time to test it before implimenting it

    Thanks for the reply

    Regards



  • @cmb:

    It'll be out within the next week most likely.

    Will the final version have all the reported problems fixed for IPSEC and ALIX board ethernet/vlan issues?

    Robert



  • With the Alix issue, you may want to see the last post in the following thread:

    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,6924.0.html



  • Any updates ?



  • We've been busy with commercial projects, but we're planning for a mid December release.

    There are no known IPsec issues. The ALIX VLAN issue will not be resolved in the initial 1.2 release, we're not changing the driver this close to release because it hasn't been well tested.



  • I've got an implementation waiting on the ALIX/VLAN fix too.



  • The "RACOON process is hung in sbwait. Restarting."  issue is already solved?



  • @juan:

    The "RACOON process is hung in sbwait. Restarting."  issue is already solved?

    No.  It is being looked at by FreeBSD developers currently.



  • I am having issues with FTP + SSL we have several servers behind a PfSense router and I have them each set on their own public address using NAT 1:1 the proxy helper is off on both the wan an lan and FTPS clients that are out side of our network can get in and work fine.  Thoes in our network can't get to the FTP servers. How can I go about fixing this without messing up the current accessability that we do Have?  I also have one customer that has a PFSense router at their site that can't get to our servers using FTPS.  All other features and settings are working..

    Are there any FTPS fixes in the 1.2 RC?
    If not any suggestions we live and die by FTPS.

    Thanks



  • @zktech:

    I am having issues with FTP + SSL we have several servers behind a PfSense router and I have them each set on their own public address using NAT 1:1 the proxy helper is off on both the wan an lan and FTPS clients that are out side of our network can get in and work fine.  Thoes in our network can't get to the FTP servers. How can I go about fixing this without messing up the current accessability that we do Have?  I also have one customer that has a PFSense router at their site that can't get to our servers using FTPS.  All other features and settings are working..

    Are there any FTPS fixes in the 1.2 RC?
    If not any suggestions we live and die by FTPS.

    Thanks

    Stop hijacking threads!



  • My apologizes I did not realize that this was considered hijacking a thread. I thought I was asking a valid question in the correct space. Should I have posted a new thread? I do need help on this issue.

    Thanks



  • Start a new thread.


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