OPNsense 22.1.2 released

OPNsense 22.1.2 released

OPNsense 22.1.2 released

March 01, 2022


This release adds GUI support for Intel QuickAssist Technology (QAT) and
SYN cookies as per virtue of the FreeBSD 13 operating system.  The work
to modernise the interfaces subsystem and improve the new ddclient dynamic
DNS plugin are also progressing.

Due to signs of decay in the build infrastructure, license nitpicking
in FreeBSD ports and the upcoming OpenSSL 3 release (which will complicate
things most likely) we have decided to discontinue LibreSSL at the end of
this year meaning there will be no more LibreSSL flavour starting with
version 23.1.  Non-essential software will no longer be manually fixed and
provided as binary packages if broken by upstream from this point on.

Since 2015 we have been working on functional LibreSSL support with steady
means, but 7 years later and OpenSSL making an effort through numerous
ways we are sad to give up this alternative since we do not see LibreSSL
being used and properly integrated in software projects as often anymore.
It has been a slow but steady decline for the past 2 years that also has
to do with a LibreSSL release cycle tailored for OpenBSD in particular and
OpenSSL library integration quality, which is almost impossible to improve
upon in complex third-party software projects.  We simply cannot afford the
time for it any longer.

All users are able to update to the OpenSSL flavour without issues now or
at any later given point.

Here are the full patch notes:

o system: Intel QuickAssist Technology (QAT) crypto module selection and support multiple selection
o system: AESNI crypto module is a kernel-builtin since 22.1 and no longer needs to be selected to work
o system: enable library support of PCRE JIT included since 21.1.1
o system: limit rowCount in log viewer (contributed by kulikov-a)
o system: unify system tunables handling and tweak UX of the respective GUI page
o system: no longer default to hw.uart.console use in factory configuration
o system: remove console mute use from boot sequence
o reporting: fill missing insight data with zeros
o interfaces: assignments should take OpenVPN into account
o interfaces: only ever store nobind for ipalias/carp
o interfaces: align IPv4 address statistics read with IPv6
o interfaces: simplify device destroy code
o interfaces: avoid use legacy_get_interface_addresses() in MAC address read
o interfaces: remove unused opportunistic interface address functions
o firewall: exclude localhost stateless traffic from default logging (contributed by kulikov-a)
o firewall: using port type aliases the “enable” flag was ignored when not enabled
o firewall: add support for SYN cookies
o firmware: opnsense-code: support “-z” snapshot mode
o firmware: opnsense-revert: support “-z” snapshot mode
o firmware: opnsense-update: support version print for sets
o firmware: check repository and plugin state in health audit
o ipsec: pass protocol when resolving via ipsec_resolve() (contributed by FloMeyer)
o ipsec: fix mobile property passing when creating a new phase 2 entry
o ipsec: rename “My Certificate Authority” to “Remote Certificate Authority” to avoid ambiguity
o openvpn: avoid use of find_interface_network() et al
o openvpn: stop removing name server-related files never written
o openvpn: improve gateway detection in topology mode
o ipsec: avoid use of find_interface_network() et al
o dhcp: avoid use of find_interface_network() et al
o console: move console mite calls into port setting function
o ui: sidebar 2nd submenu view fix (contributed by Team Rebellion)
o mvc: refactor and extend HostnameField to add options to validate partial hostnames and root zones
o plugins: os-bind 1.22[1]
o plugins: os-ddclient 1.2[2]
o plugins: os-freeradius 1.9.19[3]
o plugins: os-stunnel 1.0.4 fix connect format for IPv6 (contributed by Johnny S. Lee)
o src: stand: add EFI support for MMIO serial consoles
o src: apei: make sure event data fit into the buffer
o ports: php 7.4.28[4]
o ports: unbound 1.15.0[5]

Stay safe especially in darker times,
Your OPNsense team

[1] https://github.com/opnsense/plugins/blob/stable/22.1/dns/bind/pkg-descr
[2] https://github.com/opnsense/plugins/blob/stable/22.1/dns/ddclient/pkg-descr
[3] https://github.com/opnsense/plugins/blob/stable/22.1/net/freeradius/pkg-descr
[4] https://www.php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.4.28
[5] https://nlnetlabs.nl/projects/unbound/download/#unbound-1-15-0

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