Smallwall 1.8.2 Released To Let Monowall Live On
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 12 June 2015 at 09:57 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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This past February, Monowall announced the end of development as one of the most popular FreeBSD-based network/firewall focused distributions. For those still searching for a new replacement, Smallwall 1.8.2 has been released as the successor to Monowall 1.8.1.

Smallwall 1.8.2 is based on Monowall and this new release brings improvements to its web-interface, broader default NTP support, full L2TP support for more secure VPN, more secure defaults, KVM VirtIO driver support shipped soon by default, and various other updates.

Those interested in learning more about Smallwall can visit the Smallwall Forums to learn about their first official release.
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