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    Default NGFW 15.0.0 beta available!

    The 15.0.0 beta is now available!

    The changelog https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/15.0_Changelog.
    This release focuses on adding a new layer of network security protection to NG Firewall. A new app, Threat Prevention, looks at network traffic as it passes through NG Firewall and looks at the IP address of sessions passing through.

    Current bugs https://jira.untangle.com/issues/?jq...20BY%20created

    The ISOs, IMGs, and OVA can be downloaded here:

    https://downloads.untangle.com/publi....0.0-amd64.img
    https://downloads.untangle.com/publi....0.0-amd64.ova
    https://downloads.untangle.com/publi....0.0-amd64.iso
    https://downloads.untangle.com/publi...5.0.0-i386.img
    https://downloads.untangle.com/publi...5.0.0-i386.iso

    Enjoy!

    disclaimer: this is an beta, we do not recommend using it in production as it might not upgrade to the final version.
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    Installed iso and imported 14.2 config and all seems fine. QOS seems flacky though.
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    Same settings in qos.

    FYI

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    Default Ipv6

    Do you know if they plan on adding IPV6 DHCP mode to the external interface. Comcast only supports this method.

    Eddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewieder View Post
    Do you know if they plan on adding IPV6 DHCP mode to the external interface. Comcast only supports this method.
    https://jira.untangle.com/browse/NGFW-12231 Targeted for 15.1
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    Still no UEFI boot capabilities. Going to pass on my renewal until this is implemented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rok1 View Post
    Still no UEFI boot capabilities. Going to pass on my renewal until this is implemented.
    Untangle v15.1 is also an upgrade to Debian 10 Buster, so you'll have your EFI abilities then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Untangle v15.1 is also an upgrade to Debian 10 Buster, so you'll have your EFI abilities then.
    I'm kind of disappointed in that. It's ready when it's ready, but if it's not ready, let's name this release "14.3" instead of "15.0". Alternatively, go right from 15.0 to 16.0. Upding the base distribution is a big deal, and letting it happen in a point-release sends the wrong message.

    I'm also cool with wanting to start off each year with a new "X.0" release, but if you do that it makes more sense to me to use the YY.MM format, where when this version releases in a few weeks would likely be named version 20.02. In this situation, every release is a point-release, and it's okay to push in those big changes at the normal release times and versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoehoorn View Post
    I'm kind of disappointed in that. It's ready when it's ready, but if it's not ready, let's name this release "14.3" instead of "15.0". Alternatively, go right from 15.0 to 16.0. Upding the base distribution is a big deal, and letting it happen in a point-release sends the wrong message.

    I'm also cool with wanting to start off each year with a new "X.0" release, but if you do that it makes more sense to me to use the YY.MM format, where when this version releases in a few weeks would likely be named version 20.02. In this situation, every release is a point-release, and it's okay to push in those big changes at the normal release times and versions.
    No argument from me, but we get the new feature with .0, and the new OS with .1 along with the bugfix for .0. It does seem a bit backwards, but honestly I'd rather have the new security feature first, it has far more sales value.

    But I agree, it would have been more clear to put the new feature in v14.3, and the new OS v15.0. It's confusing, but I don't get to make that decision.

    The fact remains, we get EFI hardware support, and it seems a ton of new IPv6 stuff with v15.1. At the end of the day the number is a number, and doesn't mean much by itself anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    No argument from me, but we get the new feature with .0, and the new OS with .1 along with the bugfix for .0. It does seem a bit backwards, but honestly I'd rather have the new security feature first, it has far more sales value.

    But I agree, it would have been more clear to put the new feature in v14.3, and the new OS v15.0. It's confusing, but I don't get to make that decision.

    The fact remains, we get EFI hardware support, and it seems a ton of new IPv6 stuff with v15.1. At the end of the day the number is a number, and doesn't mean much by itself anyway.
    Do you know when we can expect 15.1? i would love to begin testing as I am working on IPv6 stuff and need it sooner than later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewieder View Post
    Do you know when we can expect 15.1? i would love to begin testing as I am working on IPv6 stuff and need it sooner than later.
    No I do not, but if I were to guess I'd assume this Summer sometime. But again, that's pure conjecture on my part. The project could very easily take longer, and I'm not involved with it at all personally as I'm not an Untangle employee.
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