OPNsense 20.7 Released For This BSD-Powered Open-Source Firewall

Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 30 July 2020 at 11:28 AM EDT. 7 Comments
OPNsense 20.7 "Legendary Lion" released today as "a major operating system jump forward on a sustainable firewall experience" powered by HardenedBSD.

OPNsense 20.7 adds DHCPv6 multi-WAN capabilities, custom error pages support within the web proxy, Suricata 5, a netstat tree view, a basic firewall API for interfacing via plug-ins, improvements to live log filtering, and various other changes. There is also the latest HardenedBSD 12.1 improvements on the BSD security front plus a variety of package updates.

OPNsense 20.7 is no longer supporting i386 builds.

More details on OPNsense 20.7 via opnsense.org.
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