BSD Release: OPNsense 21.7
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OPNsense is a HardenedBSD-based specialist operating system (and a fork of pfSense) designed for firewalls and routers. The project’s latest release, OPNsense 21.7, will be the last version based on HardenedBSD and introduces a new installer with ZFS support. “21.7, nicknamed “Noble Nightingale”, is one of the largest iterations of code changes in our recent history. It will also be the last release on HardenedBSD 12.1. We are planning to start the work on FreeBSD 13 as soon as next week for the 22.1 series. The installer was replaced to offer native ZFS installations and prevent glitches in virtual machines using UEFI. Firmware updates were partially redesigned and the UI layout consolidated between static and MVC pages. The live log now contains the actual rule ID to avoid mismatches after adjusting your ruleset and the firewall aliases now also support wildcard netmasks.” The release announcement offers further details. Download: OPNsense-21.7-OpenSSL-dvd-amd64.iso.bz2 (422MB, signature).
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