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Daniil Baturin
Posted 5 Mar, 2014

Helium is fully buildable

Helium, the branch that will become the next major release, is now buildable for both i386 and amd64. Nightly builds are operational too, you can get latest ima...
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Mar, 2014

bugzilla maintenance complete

Bugzilla upgrade is complete, you can use it again. Let me know if you spot any problems.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Mar, 2014

Maintenance notification: bugzilla software upgrade at 15:00 UTC

When Mar 04 15:00-16:00 UTC What http://bugzilla.vyos.net Why Software upgrade During this period of time bugzilla may not be accessible for read and write.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Mar, 2014

Helium for i386 is buildable

Twitter users, please read the whole post.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 15 Feb, 2014

Infrastructure changes: new mirror in Japan

Kohei Takahashi from the WIDE project set up a mirror in Tsukuba, Japan: http://ftp.tsukuba.wide.ad.jp/software/vyos/. It’s been added to the mirrors page and t...
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Feb, 2014

Virtual Appliances | Solution Exchange

Virtual Appliances | Solution Exchange
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Feb, 2014

1.0.2 maintenance release

Two serious bugs, both inherited from VC6.6, were found by our community members, which triggered this release.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 23 Jan, 2014

Public forum test: http://forum.vyos.net

Looks like some people already started using the test forum, so probably it’s time to announce it to wider audience.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 19 Jan, 2014

1.0.1 maintenance release

Some more or less nasty bugs were found in 1.0.0 (thanks to everyone who reported and suggested fixes), so it’s time to release an update.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 13 Jan, 2014

IPv4 and IPv6 address space fragmentation

A while ago I’ve been discussing the IPv6 routing table growth issues with someone and realized I don’t really know how fragmented is it now. So I decided to fi...
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