Dear all, Version 1.8.1 of babeld, the Babel routing daemon, is available from
https://www.irif.fr/~jch//software/files/babeld-1.8.1.tar.gz https://www.irif.fr/~jch//software/files/babeld-1.8.1.tar.gz.asc This release makes two important changes, and upgrading is strongly recommended. First of all, it properly parses and acts upon the new kinds of messages allowed by RFC 6126bis, the upcoming version of the Babel specification. However, it doesn't send any of the new messages, so it should be perfectly safe to upgrade. In particular, it still uses the old format for source-specific routing. Second, it fixes a long-standing bug that would delay convergence in some cases. You should find convergence times much improved, at the cost of a small increase in control traffic. There's also a fix for point-to-point interfaces under Linux, babeld shold work fine over wireguard now. Enjoy, -- Juliusz 7 April 2018: babeld-1.8.1 * Implemented parsing of mandatory sub-TLVs and unicast and unscheduled Hellos. This makes this version comply with RFC 6126bis. However, we don't send any of these yet, so this version remains compatible with RFC 6126. * Fixed a bug that prevented us from sending requests after we lose a route. This makes convergence much faster in some cases, at the cost of slightly increased traffic. * Fixed interface addresses on some kinds of point-to-point links. * The keep-unfeasible (-u) option has been removed, this is now the default behaviour.
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