New in version 4.0.5
October 30th, 2014
- Support for [netmap] modified network drivers for 10GigE wire-speed performance
- Increased accuracy for playback speed
- Increased accuracy of results reporting
- Flow statistics including Flows Per Second (fps)
- Flow analysis for analysis and fine tuning of flow expiry timeouts
- Hundreds of thousands of flows per second (dependent flow sizes in pcap file)
New in version 4.0.3 (February 5th, 2014)
- This version fixes build issues reported by some users.
New in version 4.0.1 (January 17th, 2014)
- This version includes minor fixes and performance enhancements to the NetFlow features introduced in version 4.0.0.
- Fixes include support for netmap version 10 API, improvements to netmap performance on Intel GigE "igb" server NICs, and removal of several compiler errors.
New in version 3.4.3 (June 26th, 2009)
- Link libnl when newer versions of libpcap require it (#397)
- Ship m4 directory (#398)
- Upgrade to latest autotools scripts (#400)
- Fix error message when running autogen.sh (#401)
New in version 3.4.2 (May 21st, 2009)
- Added extensive IPv6 support to tcprewrite & tcpreplay-edit (#11)
- Add IPv6 fragroute support (#388)
- Add IPv6 decoding support to tcpprep (#11)
- Fix compile time error in err.h (#390)
- Add --endpoints support in tcpreplay-edit (#393)
New in version 3.4.1 (February 23rd, 2009)
- Being a minor release, this is mostly bugfixes and feature requests reported by users, including making tcpreplay and tcprewrite into a single tool again by default. To allow this while still providing for maximum performance when necessary, there are now two tcpreplay binaries: tcpreplay and tcpreplay-edit.
New in version 3.4.0 (January 15th, 2009)
- This release includes over six months of bugfixes and enhancements centering on performance, portability, and packet editing.