VyOS Platform Blog

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The future of VyOS, part 2: the local GUI and the controller

Posted 13 Jun, 2021 by Yuriy Andamasov

Long-anticipated features that will improve the overall manageability of VyOS.

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The future of VyOS, part 1: release schedule

Posted 6 Jun, 2021 by Daniil Baturin

Find out more about the project's near future. VyOS 1.3 release and more...

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VyOS Project April 2021 Update

Posted 16 May, 2021 by Erkin Batu Altunbas

This month we've published VyOS 1.3.0-rc4 release candidate and added multiple features to the 1.4 branch, including support for Podman containers. Read the pos...

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Migrating subscription management to Oracle NetSuite

Posted 10 May, 2021 by Yuriy Andamasov

We are migrating our subscription management from WooCommerce to Oracle NetSuite to simplify the process for ourselves and the customers, and to provide a bette...

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VyOS 1.3.0-rc4 release candidate is available

Posted 3 May, 2021 by Daniil Baturin

We invite everyone to test it and report any issues you may encounter.

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Support portal maintenance has been completed successfully

Posted 29 Apr, 2021 by Yuriy Andamasov

support.vyos.io is back online after maintenance, thanks for your patience!

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Support portal maintenance

Posted 29 Apr, 2021 by Yuriy Andamasov

support.vyos.io will be inaccessible on April the 29th, from 04:00 UTC to roughly 08:00 UTC due to maintenance. We will keep you informed on the progress.

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Posted 11 Apr, 2021 by Christian Pössinger

Creating a multi-tenant service provider network

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VyOS Project February/March 2021 Update

Posted 8 Apr, 2021 by Erkin Batu Altunbas

Spring 2021 update: Perl to Python rewrite, VRF support for dynamic routing protocols, support for IS-IS and L2VPN/EVPN

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VyOS 1.2.7 release

Posted 24 Mar, 2021 by Yuriy Andamasov

More than 40 issues resolved. kernel-mode L2TP, RPKI improvements, extended LCD support for appliances, IPSec IPv4 over IPv6 IPsec and vice versa and more

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