conntrack-tools Changelog

New in version 1.4.1

March 5th, 2013
  • This version adds support to dump the "dying" and "unconfirmed" list via ctnetlink.
  • A deadlock due to wrong nested signal blocking was resolved.

New in version 1.4.0 (October 9th, 2012)

  • This version adds the user-space helper infrastructure, which includes the RPC portmapper (to support NFSv3) and Oracle*TNS helpers.

New in version 1.2.2 (August 1st, 2012)

  • Selective flushing for the "-t" and "-F" command options has been implemented.
  • The commit operation is now synchronous.

New in version 1.2.0 (May 28th, 2012)

  • This version supports NAT expectations, synchronization of the expectation class, helper names, and expect functions.
  • Filtering by mark is now allowed.
  • Example configurations for Q.931 and H.245 have been added.

New in version 1.0.1 (January 5th, 2012)

  • Support for mark masks was added.

New in version 0.9.11 (February 23rd, 2009)

  • This release includes accumulated fixes, one improvement for the polling approach and a couple of new features.

New in version 0.9.10 (January 26th, 2009)

  • A new '-C' option for the command line interface to display the number of entries in the conntrack and expectation tables.
  • Internal performance improvements.
  • Support for multi-dedicated links.
  • Extended statistics information.
  • Polling (or batch-based) synchronization.

New in version 0.9.9 (December 18th, 2008)

  • Filtering support was added for related connections (-L --status EXPECTED).
  • Several manpage updates were made.
  • A new message format is used in the replication protocol (which breaks backward compatibility with previous conntrack-tools releases).
  • Several performance improvements were made.
  • CIDR-based filtering support was added.
  • Fixes and improvements were made in the state injection to kernel (committing).
  • Several cleanups were made.

New in version 0.9.8 (October 22nd, 2008)

  • This release includes many updates, fixes, and improvements in the command line tool and the user-space daemon.
  • Upgrading is recommended.