OpenBSD 5.0 Released
Nov 02, 2011, 15:00 (
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"Generic network stack improvements:
Added support for sending Wake on Lan packets using
Permit turning Wake on Lan support on/off using
Added Wake on Lan support to xl(4), re(4), and vr(4).
Allow ftp-proxy(8) to proxy across rdomains.
The IPv4 stack will no longer accept ICMP redirects when acting
as a router.
By default the IPv6 stack will not process ICMP6 redirects.
rtsol(8) will turn it back if -F is used.
Reworked large parts of the dhclient(8) options processing for
Fixed carp(4) to work in IPv6 only setups.
Make it possible to bind(2) to the local network broadcast
address on datagram and raw sockets.
The default multicast reject route is now ignored if the UDP
socket uses the IP_MULTICAST_IF socket option.
Make gre(4) work between systems in the same LAN.
Removed the link1 mode special addressing mode on lo(4).
Kernel randomization speed and quality improved
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