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    Default NGFW v15.1.0 available!

    NGFW v15.1.0 is now available and is a major new release based on Debian 10.

    You can read about the changes here:
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/15.1.0_Changelog

    You can see it in action here:
    http://demo.untangle.com/

    The ISOs and IMGs and firmwares can be downloaded here:

    untangle-15.1.0-amd64.iso
    untangle-15.1.0-amd64.img
    untangle-15.1.0-amd64.ova

    Enjoy!

    Notice: 32 bit installer has been EOL. Existing 32 bit systems will upgrade. Backups from 32 bit will also restore on 64 bit installs.

    When will the upgrade be available for me?
    Upgrades are rolled out over time to the existing servers. If you want the upgrade immediately, email your box UID to support and request adding your UID to the Early Upgrade List.


    Does the upgrade require a reboot?
    The upgrade will reboot automatically at the end since a new kernel is included with this release.
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    Did a full upgrade and reinstall. 15.1 (buster) operates is much smoother on the i7 7th gen processor then 15.0 (stretch). Upgrade was pretty easy. Don't be scared to do a full reformat and install
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynhawaiian View Post
    Did a full upgrade and reinstall. 15.1 (buster) operates is much smoother on the i7 7th gen processor then 15.0 (stretch). Upgrade was pretty easy. Don't be scared to do a full reformat and install
    Good to hear. In what way(s) is it smoother?

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    The web interface doesn’t seem to as slow. Restarts don’t lock up the computer. Just feels more refined. Only time will tell, but I’m pretty happy. The install was also pretty easy; wish there was a way during the install you could connect to your google drive to download the previous configuration; rather than making a temporary configuration for the network ports.
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    Home user ... smooth upgrade from 15.0 to 15.1
    All appears to be working as expected.
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    Looks like Suricata was updated, too? I don't see it in the changelog. I believe 15.0 was on 3.2.1 and now it's 4.1.2? Could be useful to include in the notes unless I'm taking crazy pills.

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    Of course it was, Untangle went from being based on Debian 9 to Debian 10. All packages in the Debian world went through the same lurch. So, if you want to go look at the changelog of Debian 10, you may as well add it to the list here.

    Debian 9 release: 2017, June 17
    Debian 10 release: 2019, July 6

    The hardware released during that window is substantial, so yes... modern platforms are going to see a distinct quality improvement. For Intel specifically this means proper support for 8th and 9th generation CPUs, something Debian 9 utterly lacked. The 7th generation released a few months before Debian 9, so we've had decent support for it all along, but there were still a few snags. I didn't like operating Debian 9 on anything younger than a 5th gen.

    Untangle still lacks EFI support though... which is a bit of a pain.
    Last edited by sky-knight; 05-20-2020 at 06:28 AM.
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    "Untangle still lacks EFI support though... which is a bit of a pain. "

    Maybe now that they have the main parts working they can start working on all the things that have been waiting for so long. Like efi, ipv6, ...

    https://untanglengfirewall.featureupvote.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by WookieeSasquatch View Post
    Looks like Suricata was updated, too? I don't see it in the changelog. I believe 15.0 was on 3.2.1 and now it's 4.1.2? Could be useful to include in the notes unless I'm taking crazy pills.
    We don't list all the updates in 15.1 which are part of the Debian 9 to 10 upgrade. All of the Debian improvements from 9 to 10 are in the Untangle v15.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    We don't list all the updates in 15.1 which are part of the Debian 9 to 10 upgrade. All of the Debian improvements from 9 to 10 are in the Untangle v15.1.
    Thanks for the clarification! This is my first rodeo of diving into the weeds of Untangle.
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