Software Update: OPNsense 17.7.11

The package OPNsense is a firewall with extensive opportunities. It is based on the FreeBSD operating system and is originally a fork of m0n0wall and pfSense. The package can be set up completely via a web interface and has support for 2fa, openvpn, ipsec, carp and captive portal, among others. In addition, it can apply packet filtering and has a traffic shaper. The developers have released OPNsense 17.7.11 with the following announcement:

OPNsense 17.7.11 released

Dear all,

A tiny update to round up the year. An amazing one it has been. We wish everyone happy holidays and see you again next year!

Here are the full patch notes:

  • system: numerical sort for “Use” and “MTU” columns in route diagnostics
  • system: gateway group edit tier selection issue with jQuery3
  • system: minor cleanups in the certificates backend
  • firewall: move anti-lockout rule to advanced settings
  • interfaces: minor cleanups in the backend
  • reporting: rework configuration handling on the settings page
  • dnsmasq: minor cleanups in the backend
  • firmware: strip the architecture from the base / kernel set version display
  • firmware: backend preparations for full base / kernel set lock and reinstall
  • firmware: increase crash report file limit to 2 MB
  • ipsec: minor cleanups in the backend
  • unbound: register DHCP domain name for interface if found
  • network time: show full remote address and fix page boxing on status page
  • network time: add advanced custom options
  • network time: fix leap second save
  • network time: minor cleanups in the backend
  • wizard: properly redirect on input errors in system wizard
  • mvc: ignore client side anchors in breadcrumb generation
  • ui: do not use a CSRF input element ID
  • plugins: os-freeradius 1.4.1 fixes a warning in clients (contributed by Michael Muenz)
  • ports: libxml 2.4.7
  • ports: py-ipaddress 1.0.19

stay safe,
Your OPNsense team

Version number 17.7.11
Release status Final
Operating systems BSD
Website OPNsense
License type Conditions (GNU/BSD/etc.)