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Sat Nov 10 20:11:40 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.9.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * Previously, using a wildcard interface name in a rule would
    result in this error:

       ERROR: Invalid ipset name (ppp+) : ...

    Such entries are now handled correctly.
  * The shorewall-masq(5) manpage incorrectly stated that the
    SOURCE column may use exclusion with an interface name (e.g.,
    eth1:!1.2.3.4). That hasn't been the case for some time. To
    accomplish the same thing, do this:

        eth0    1.2.3.4   NONAT
        eth0    eth1

     Note: Using an interface name in the SOURCE column is deprecated.
  * Previously, if a MARK was specified for a tc class that
    explicitly specified a class number, the following spurious
    warning message was issued:

       WARNING: Class NUMBER ignored --
                INTERFACE <name> does not have the 'classify' option

    That warning message is no longer issued.
  * With Shorewall 4.5.9, there were issues when the ipset utility
    was not installed, some of which prevented Shorewall from
    starting.
- Adjust for the usr move
  * change /sbin/service to /usr/service in requires and setting links


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Tue Oct 30 08:20:38 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.9 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * This release contains all defect repair from Shorewall 4.5.8.2.

  * A typo has been corrected in the shorewallrc.default file.

  * Beginning with Shorewall 4.5.7.2, Shorewall unconditionally
    restores the provider mark as the first rule in the mangle
    table OUTPUT and PREROUTING chains. Previously, the provider
    mark was restored only if it was non-zero.

    It has become clear that some users need it one way while
    others need it the other way. To resolve this issue, a
    RESTORE_ROUTEMARKS option has been added to shorewall.conf and
    shorewall6.conf. When this option is set to Yes (the default),
    the 4.5.7.2 approach is used (always restore the mark, even if
    it is zero); when it is set to No, the pre-4.5.7.2 behavior is
    retained (only restore the mark if it is non-zero).

  * Two error messages produced by the RST action have been
    corrected. They previously referred to errors in the NotSyn
    action rather than RST.


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Wed Oct 10 21:11:39 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.8.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * The 'shorewall show' command previously produced no output.
    That command now works with ipset versions 4 and later.

  * The change in 4.5.8.1 that enabled industry-standard IPv4
    address representation broke the ability to place IP ranges or
    IPv6 ipsets in the hosts file. Those abilities have been
    restored.

  * The treatment of the SYSTEMD and INITFILE shorewallrc variables
    has been inconsistent. The -lite installers ignore INITFILE
    when SYSTEMD is specified, while the other installers do not.
    Now, the -lite installers install the .service file if SYSTEMD
    is specified and they install the sysv-init script if INITFILE
    is specified. That is consistent with the behavior of the other
    installers.

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Sun Oct  7 05:02:00 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.8.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * When ipset version 5 or later was installed, the 'shorewall show
    dynamic <zone>' command produced no outout and the 'add' command
    failed with this error message:

        Zone <zone>, interface <interface> does not have a dynamic
        host list"

  * When generating ipset names for dynamic zones, the compiler was
    dropping dashes ('-') from the interface name and adding a unique
    suffix. For example the ipset for zone 'foo' and interface 'bar-if'
    might be 'foo_barif_1'. Dashes are now retained so that the
    generated set name in this example will be 'foo_bar-if'. This change
    also allows the 'add' and 'delete' commands to work correctly when
    the interface name contains one or more dashes.

    Although dash is documented as being an accepted character in ipset
    names, names containing a dash would generate an error in some
    contexts. That has also been corrected.

  * In most contexts, Shorewall6 has required IPv6 addresses to be
    enclosed in either angled brackets ( <....> , deprecated) or in
    square brackets ([....]). This includes network addresses, where
    both the IPv6 address and the VLSM are required to be within the
    brackets (e.g., [2001;470:b:787::/64]). This differs from the
    industry-standard network form in which the IPv6 address is enclosed
    in square brackets and the VLSM is outside of the brackets (e.g.,
    [2001:470:b:787::]/64). Beginning with this release, the
    industry-standard representation is also accepted by Shorewall6.

    Note: Those of you who read the patches will probably have noticed
    that much of this change was actually in 4.5.8; because the change
    was commited late in the 4.5.8 release cycle, we chose not to
    document the change until it had undergone additional testing.

-  Added 0001-remote_fs.patch for shorewall-init sysv-init scripts
   rebased patches to -p1 level
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Fri Oct  5 08:42:35 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.8 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * This release includes the defect repair from Shorewall 4.5.7.1.

  * The restriction that TTL and HL rules could only be placed in
    the FORWARD chain prevented these rules from being used to hide
    a router from traceroute[6]. It is now allowed to place these
    rules in the PREROUTING chain by following the specification
    with ':P' (e.g., 'TTL(+1):P').

  * Previously, the macro.SNMP macro opened both UDP ports 161 and
    162 from SOURCE to DEST. This is against the usual practice of
    opening these ports in the opposite direction. Beginning with
    this release, port 162 is opened in to SOURCE to DEST as
    before, while port 161 is opened from DEST to SOURCE.

  * Previously, when compiling for export, both
    /etc/shorewall/shorewall[6].conf and the shorewall[6].conf in
    the configuration directory were processed. Now, only the copy
    in the configuration directory is processed.

  * The 'iptables_raw' module has been added to the
    modules.essential file.

  * Several corrections have been made to the Fedora/Redhat init
    script for Shorewall-init.

  * The <directory> parameter to the 'try' command is now
    documented in the shorewall(8) and shorewall6(8) manpages.

  * Some redundant interface-option rules have been removed in
    configurations with multiple zones configured on a single
    interface.

  * Previously, when compiling for export, the compilation would
    fail if the setting of SHAREDIR in the firewall's shorewallrc
    was different from the setting on the admin system. Such
    compilations now succeed.

- For openSUSE 12.3 provide only systemd and drop sysv-init scripts
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Mon Sep 24 09:17:06 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Since shorewall executables are in /usr/sbin systemd service
  files now reflect the correct location

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Mon Sep  3 06:32:01 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.7.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * When using IPSEC in a multi-ISP configuration, it is possible
    for the kernel to mis-route ESP packets. To date, this problem
    has only been observed on a system running a 3.5 kernel where
    traffic is being tunneled through GRE which is in turn being
    tunneled via IPSEC.

    This Shorewall release includes a low-cost workaround.

  * The Netfilter team have announced their intention to remove the
    NOTRACK target in favor of 'CT --notrack'. Shorewall will now
    map  NOTRACK to 'CT --notrack' if the CT Target is available.

  * Previously, the current COMMENT was not being cleared after the
    blrules file was processed, causing that COMMENT to be used on
    entries in the rules file. That defect has been corrected.

- Add a note to the spec for reviewer explaining the configure
  command usage

- Removed following opensuse specific patches as they are merged to
  upstream now
   + shorewall-lite-4.5.2-init.patch
   + shorewall6-4.5.2-init.patch
   + shorewall6-lite-4.5.2-init.patch
   + shorewall-init-4.4.21_init_sh.patch
- Added 001-required-stop-fix patch for shorewall-lite/init.suse.sh
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Tue Aug 21 06:07:04 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.7 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * This release includes the defect repair from Shorewall 4.5.6.2.

  * The command 'shorewall enable pppX' could fail with the ip
    diagnostic Error: either "to" is duplicate, or "weight" is a
    garbage.

     Shorewall now generates the correct ip command.

  * Optimize level 4 could previously combine two rules that each
    specified the 'policy' match, leading to this iptables-restore
    failure:

        policy match: multiple elements but no --strict

     The optimizer now avoids combining such rules.

     While this is a long-standing defect in the optimizer, it was
     exposed by changes in Shorewall 4.5.6.

   * There were several cases where hard-wired directory names
     appeared in the tarball installers. These have been replaced
     with the appropriate shorewallrc variables.

   * A defect in RHEL 6.3 and derivatives causes 'shorewall show
     capabilities' to leave an empty ipset in the configuration. The
     same defect can cause the Shorewall compiler to similarly leave
     an empty ipset behind.

     This Shorewall release has a workaround for this problem.

-  Added Bash >= 4 to BuildRequires
-  Fix builds for Fedora


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Wed Aug  8 21:14:50 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.6.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * The compiler now generates an error when a SOURCE interface is
    specified in a rule where the SOURCE zone is the firewall
    itself.
  * Previously, entries in /etc/shorewall/notrack that specified a
    Vserver zone in the SOURCE column were omitted from the
    generated  ruleset.
  * The set of helpers available in the notrack file and in the
    HELPER column of the tcrules file was incorrect:
     - The Amanda helper requires a UDP port -- Shorewall was
       requiring
       TCP.
     - The H323 module supplies two helpers: 'RAW' and 'Q.931';
       Shorewall only accepted 'h323'.
     - The Netbios NS module supplies the 'netbios-ns' helper;
       Shorewall
       only accepted 'netbios_ns'.
  * The conditional directive '?IF 0' generated an error from the
    compiler. It now causes following lines to be omitted.

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Tue Jul 10 08:02:07 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.6 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * This release includes the defect repairs from Shorewall 4.5.5.1
     through 4.5.5.4.
  * Previously, the tcrules file was not processed when
    TC_ENABLED=No. That meant that to use features like TPROXY, it
    was  necessary to set TC_ENABLED=Yes and create a dummy
    /etc/shorewall/tcstart file. Now, only MANGLE_ENABLED=Yes is
    required.

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Sun Jul  1 11:24:54 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.5.3 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * When logical interface names were used, an entry in tcrules
    that included a classid could result in the compiler failing with
    this Perl diagnostic:

      Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at
      /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Tc.pm line nnn, <$currentfile>
      line 20.

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Fri Jun 15 14:25:19 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.5.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * The change in Shorewall 4.5.4 that cleared the 'default' table
    if there were no 'fallback' providers broke multiple 'fallback'
    providers that don't supply a weight. The symptoms were that
    there were host routes to the default gateways in the 'default'
    routing table but no default routes through those gateways.

    This has now been corrected and multiple 'fallback' routes are
    once again supported.

   * When a logical device name was specified in the REDIRECTED
     INTERFACES column of /etc/shorewall/tcdevices, that name was
     used in the generated script rather than the devices's physical
     name. Unless the two were the same, this caused start/restart
     failure. Shorewall now uses the physical name.

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Sat Jun  9 22:21:56 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.5 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasnotes.txt

  * This release includes all defect repair from Shorewall 4.5.4.1
     and 4.5.4.2.

  * The Shorewall compiler sometimes must defer generating a rule
    until runtime. This is done by placing shell commands in its
    internal representation of a chain. These commands are then
    executed at run time to create the final rule.

    If all of the following were true, then an incorrect ruleset
    could be generated:

    + Optimization level 4 was set.
    + A chain (chain A) containing shell commands had three or
      fewer rules and commands.
    + The last rule in a second chain was a conditional jump to
     chain A.

     Under these conditions, the rules and commands in Chain A

  * The Shorewall-core configure and configure.pl script were
    treating SYSCONFDIR as a synonym for CONFDIR making it
    impossible to set SYSCONFDIR.

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Thu Jun  7 17:17:59 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.4.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * The problems corrected section of the 4.5.4.1 release notes was
    missing the third problem corrected in the release. It has now
    been added.

  * A number of problems in Shorewall-init have been corrected:
     + If more than one product was listed in the PRODUCTS setting
       in /etc/default/shorewall-init (/etc/sysconfig/shorewall-init)
       then the second product would not be started/stopped.

     + Shorewall-init used 'restart' in response to an optional
       provider interface coming up. If the interface has been
       marked unusable (1 in the interface's .status file), then the
       'restart' would not enable the interface.

     + Shorewal-init produced a lot of clutter on the console
       during boot. You may now specify a LOGFILE in
       /etc/default/shorewall-init (/etc/sysconfig/shorewall-init)
       and all output produced by up and down events will be sent to
       that log. If no log is specified, this output is sent to
       /dev/null.

   * The order in which the compiler processes line-continuation
     (line ending in '\') and conditional-inclusion directives (?IF,
     ?ELSE, and ?ENDIF) has been reversed.

     Previously, the compiler built a concatenated line, then
     checked to see if the line began with ?IF, ?ELSE or ?ENDIF. Now, the
     compiler checks for ?IF, ?ELSE or ?ENDIF first and prevents
     those lines from becoming part of the concatenation.

   * Two issues with the shorecap programs have been corrected:

     + The Shorewall6-lite version failed to run with the message:

        /usr/share/shorewall6-lite/lib.cli: No such file or
        directory

     + The Shorewall-lite version would not run if SHAREDIR was
        set to a value other than /usr/share in shorewallrc.

   * The Shorewall 4.5.2.3 fix for the Shorewall-core installer's
     handling of --host=linux was not brought forward into 4.5.3.
     It has been included again in this version.

   * Single-line embedded PERL and SHELL commands have been
     re-enabled.

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Fri Jun  1 07:27:24 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.4.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * Beginning with Shorewall 4.4.22, the 'pptpserver' tunnel type
    has been configured as a PPTP client running on the firewall
    rather than as a server on the firewall. It is now correctly
    configured as  a server.

  * The shorewall-accounting (5) and shorewall6-accounting (5)
    documentation for the IPSEC column is incorrect. Rather than
    'accountin' and 'accountout', the chain names should be
    'accipsecin' and 'accipsecout'.

  *  IPSEC accounting did not work if the accounting file was
     sectioned. Beginning with this release, the IPSEC column can
     be specified in any section. As always, the IPSEC column
     contains a comma-separated  list of items. In the FORWARD
     chain, the first (or only) item in the list must be either
     'in' or 'out' to indicate whether the rule  matches incoming
     packets that have been decrypted ('in') or outgoing packets
     that will be encrypted ('out'). There are no restrictions with
     respect to which chain IPSEC rules can appear in  a sectioned
     file.

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Sat May 26 14:18:26 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.4 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * When EXPORTMODULES=No in shorewall.conf, the error messages
    have been eliminated

  * If the configuration settings in the PACKET MARK LAYOUT section
    of shorewall.conf (shorewall6.conf) had empty settings, the
    'update' command would previously set them to their default
    settings. It now  leaves them empty.

  * Previously, Shorewall used 'unreachable' routes to null-route
    the RFC1918 subnets. This approach has two drawbacks:

     - It can cause problems for IPSEC in that it can cause packets
       to be rejected rather than encrypted and forwarded.

     - It can return 'host unreachable' ICMPs to other systems that
       attempt to route RFC1918 addresses through the firewall.

     To eliminate these problems, Shorewall now uses 'blackhole'
     routes.
     Such routes don't interfere with IPSEC and silently drop
     packets  rather than return an ICMP.

  * The 'default' routing table is now cleared if there are no
     'fallback' providers.
  * Tproxy implementation has been reworked. For more details
    please consult the releasenotes.txt and changelog.txt
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Tue May 15 22:40:55 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.3.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

 * Previously, nested conditionals did not work correctly in all
   cases. In particular:

     ?IF $FALSE
     ?IF $FALSE
              foo
             bar
         ?ENDIF
         baz
         bop
     ?ENDIF

    In this case, the lines 'baz' and 'bodyp' were incorrectly
    included when they should have beeen omitted.

  * The 'balance' routing table is now cleared if there are no
    'balance' providers.

  * Previously, the compiler generated an invalid 'ip add route'
    command if an IPv6 provider had '-' in the GATEWAY column.

  * As noted in the Migration Considerations, the generated
    firewall script maintains the interface .status files used by
    LSM and SWPING. Up to now, however, the 'disable' command did
    not update the .status file. That has been corrected. As part
    of the change, the 'isusable' script is no longer consulted by
    the'enable' command.


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Fri May 11 07:03:29 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.3 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * The LOCKFILE setting in shorewall.conf and shorewall6.conf had
    inadvertently become undocumented. It is now documented again.

  * In an initial installation of Shorewall, Shorewall6, Shorewall
    Lite or Shorewall6 Lite was done under Shorewall 4.5.2, then the
    firewall would not start up at boot even though the installer
    indicated that it would. That defect has been corrected.

  * Previously, when per-IP rate limiting was invoked, the compiler
    would use the deprecated '--ratelimit' option, even if the
    preferred '--ratelimit-upto' option was available. Now, the
    compiler uses the preferred option if it is supported by the
    installed version of iptables.

  * Prior to this release, using a manual chain in the ACTION
    column of a macro body generated an error:

    ERROR: Invalid Action (mychain) in macro, macro.FOO (line ...)

    This now works correctly and generates a jump to the specified
    manual chain.

  * Previously, a line with the single word COMMENT in the tunnels
    file would generate the following error:

        ERROR: Zone must be specified

    Now, such a line correctly resets the current rule comment.

  * In Shorewall 4.5.2, the MARK column in the tcrules file was
    renamed to ACTION but only 'mark' was accepted in the alternate
    specification format. Now both 'mark' and 'action' are
    accepted.

  * The alternative method of provider balancing using the
    statistic match feature of iptables/Netfilter was missing some
    logic, with the result that it was ineffective.

  * If a logical interface name was used by itself in the SOURCE
    column of the rtrules file, the generated routing rule would
    contain the logical name rather than the physical name.


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Tue May  1 06:19:41 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.2.4 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * The 'shorewall reset' command now correctly resets the IPv4
    packet and byte counters; previously, it was resetting the IPv6
    counters.

  * The Shorewall installer now modifies the Chains.pm file for
    Digest::SHA depencency when $DESTDIR is set, provided that
    $BUILD = $HOST. This allows rpm to automatically generate the correct
    module dependency.

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Sun Apr 15 09:00:27 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.2.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * If a shorewallrc file is passed to the 4.5.2.1 Shorewall-core
    install.sh, subsequent compilations fail. The error message
    indicates that the compiler is looking for lib.core, but the
    pathname has embedded spaces.

  * The 4.5.2.1 Shorewall/Shorewall6 installer installs an
    incorrect file as /etc/shorewall[6]/Makefile.

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Sat Apr 14 19:27:13 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.2.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * In release 4.5.2, if an INCLUDE directive appeared inside a ?IF
    ... ?ENDIF sequence, then the following error would be
    generated after the included file had been read:

          ERROR: Missing ?ENDIF to match the ?IF at line ...
  * An error in the shorewallrc.apple file has been corrected.
  * The shorewallrc.redhat file has been change to conform to
    Fedora packaging guidelines.
  * The output of the 'version -a' command reflected incorrect
    versions when Shorewall-core 4.5.2 was installed. That has been
    corrected.


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Fri Apr 13 13:58:52 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * The generated firewall script includes code to automatically
    create ipsets that are referenced but that don't exist. That code
    was broken in releases 4.4.22 and later. This defect has been
    corrected. As part of the fix, the generated script will now
    issue a warning message when it creates an ipset.
  * The 'mss' option is now supported in the /etc/shorewall[6]/hosts
    files. See the manpages for details.
  * It is now possible to conditionally include or omit
    configuration entries based on the settings of shell variables.
    See  http://www.shorewall.net/configuration_file_basics.htm
    for details.
  * The MARK/CLASSIFY column in /etc/shorewall[6]/tcrules has been
    renamed ACTION to reflect the expanded set of actions that can
    be specified in the column.
  * Some users are finding these ipset warnings objectionable:
    + Warning when a referenced ipset does not exist.
    + Warning when using [src] in a destination column or [dst] in
      a source column.
    These warnings may now be suppressed by setting
    IPSET_WARNINGS=No  in shorewall.conf and/or shorewall6.conf.

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Tue Mar 20 07:38:46 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.1.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * When checking or compiling for export (-e option),
    /sbin/shorewall would previously issue a warning message if
    the SHOREWALL_SHELL specified in the remote
    firewall's shorewall.conf did not exist.

  * The changes to TOS handling in 4.5.1 are incompatible with
    older releases such as RHEL5 and derivatives. That has been
    corrected.

  * The rules compiler now verifies that the protocol is TCP, UDP,
    SCTP or DCCP when checking a port range (low:high or low-high).

  * Previously, start or restart using the init script would fail
    with an error message referencing 'SHOREWALL_INIT_SCRIPT'.
    This defect was not visible to users that set AUTOMAKE=Yes or
    that run Shorewall-init.


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Fri Mar 16 06:36:10 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * This release includes all defect repair from versions
    4.5.0.1-4.5.0.3.
  * A typo has been corrected in the blrules man pages.
  * Previously, if the interface appearing in the HOSTS column of
    /etc/shorewall6/hosts was not defined in
    /etc/shorewall6/interfaces, then the compiler would terminate
    with a Perl diagnostic:

      Can't use an undefined value as a HASH reference at
      /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Zones.pm line 1817,
      <$currentfile> line ...
  * The compiler was previously failing to validate the contents of
    the LENGTH and TOS columns in /etc/shorewall/tcrules. The
    contents of those columns are now validated by the compiler and
    an appropriate  error message is issued if validation fails.
  * The column headings in the tos files are now in the proper
    order. Previously, the SOURCE PORT and DEST PORT columns were
    reversed.


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Sun Feb 26 13:11:01 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.1-Beta2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  *  A typo has been corrected in the blrules man pages.
     Previously, if the interface appearing in the HOSTS column of
    /etc/shorewall6/hosts was not defined in
    /etc/shorewall6/interfaces, then the compiler would terminate
    with  a Perl diagnostic:

      Can't use an undefined value as a HASH reference at
      /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Zones.pm line 1817,
      <$currentfile> line ...



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Wed Feb 22 18:34:14 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.5.1-Beta For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * The packing of the Shorewall products has been changed. Beginning
    with this release, the packages are:

    + Shorewall Core  -- Core libraries installed in
                       /usr/share/shorewall/

    + Shorewall       -- Requires Shorewall Core. Together with
                         Shorewall Core, provides IPv4 firewalling.

    + Shorewall6      -- Requires Shorewall. Provides IPv6
      firewalling.

    + Shorewall Lite  -- Requires Shorewall Core. As before.

    + Shorewall6 Lite -- Requires Shorewall Core. As before.

    + Shorewall Init  -- As before

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Sat Jan 21 14:27:48 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.27.3 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * Previously, if USE_DEFAULT_RT=Yes and 'loose' was specified on
    all providers, then no routing rule targeting the main routing
    table was generated. This has been corrected so that
    USE_DEFAULT_RT=Yes always results in such a rule at
     priority 999.

   * Shorewall 4.4.27 broke Shorewall-init functionality. It is
     restored in this release.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Jan 16 14:13:20 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.27.2. For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * A long-standing problem with Shorewall's 'save' facility has
    been discovered. The defect can cause rules to be dropped during
    'save' so that they are not available to be reapplied during
    'restore'. This can occur in 'safe-restart' when the prompt is
    not acknowledged or when it is acknowledged with 'n'.

    The problem can occur when:

    a)  There are IPSEC zones or hosts present; and
    b)  GOTO Target support is available in the kernel and
        iptables.

    Example of rule that will be dropped:

      -A eth2_fwd -m policy --dir in --pol ipsec -g AAA_frwd

    The defective code has been corrected so that rules are no
    longer dropped.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Thu Jan 12 19:33:16 UTC 2012 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.27.1. For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * When optimization category 4 is used, unconditional jumps at
    the end of chains are replaced with the rules in the target
    chain. This can result in rulesets that are considerably larger
    than necessary. Beginning with this release, replacement will
    only occur if:

    a) The jump is the only reference to the target chain; or
    b) The target chain contains 3 or less rules.

  * The feature introduced in 4.4.25 that allowed provider names in
    the  'enable' and 'disable' commands was only implemented for
    'enable'. It is now implemented for 'disable' as well.

  * When detecting IPv6 global addresses through an interface,
    Shorewall6-generated scripts were ignoring addresses beginning
    with '3'.

  * A typo in /usr/share/shorewall/prog.header caused an 'awk' script
    to fail when saving a multi-hop default route during 'start'.

  * The value '0' is once again accepted in the IN_BANDWIDTH
    columns of tcinterfaces and tcrules, and causes no ingress
    policing to be configured.

  * MARK_IN_FORWARD_CHAIN=Yes no longer generates an error when
    $FW:<address> is entered in the SOURCE column of the tcrules
    file.

  * In most Shorewall 4.4 versions, if an exported params file
    (EXPORTPARAMS=Yes in shorewall.conf) generates any output to
    stdout, then the following messages would appear during
    start/restart:

      Compiling /etc/shorewall/routestopped...
      Shorewall configuration compiled to
      /var/lib/shorewall/.restart
      printf: 214: Build: expected numeric value
      printf: 214: ipset: expected numeric value
      printf: 214: of: expected numeric value
      Processing /etc/shorewall/params ...
      Build ipset of blacklisted addresses
      Usage: /var/lib/shorewall/.restart [ options ] <command>

         <command> is one of:
     start
     stop
     ...

    This has now been corrected.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed Dec 14 09:05:51 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.26.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

 * The Perl module version numbers have now been updated to
   reflect changes in 4.4.26.
 * The 4.4.26 rules compiler does not issue a warning when a
   capabilities file was generated with Shorewall 4.4.25, even
   though new capabilities were added in 4.4.26. This has been
   corrected so that a warning is generated.
 * When TC_ENABLED=Shared, CLASSIFY rules could not be used in the
   tcrules file. Thanks to a patch from Chris Boot, this now works
   as expected.
 * The quoted part of the progress message 'Provider "..."
   compiled' was inadvertently omitted by a change in Shorewall 4.4.23.
   That text has now been restored.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sat Dec  3 10:23:47 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.26 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
  * This release includes all corrections included in 4.4.25.1
    through .3.
  * In 4.4.25, ACCEPT behaved in the BLACKLIST section the same way
    as in the other rules file sections. This could lead to
    connections  being accepted inadvertently.

    Now, ACCEPT behaves like WHITELIST; that is, it exempts the
    packet from the remaining rules in the BLACKLIST section.
  * Previously, Shorewall did not detect the ULOG and NFLOG
    capabilities. This lead to run-time failures during 'start' and
    'restart' as well as confusing error messages during
    compilation  when ULOG or NFLOG was used when the LOG target was
    not available.

    ULOG and NFLOG are now detected capabilities so, if you use a
    capabilities file, you will need to regenerate it in order to
    use these log levels.
  * The SAME tcrules target was broken in Shorewall 4.4.22. It now
    works correctly again.
  * Previously, 'shorewall6 update' did not update shorewall6.conf.
    The command now works as expected.
  * In earlier releases, the compiler was attempting to process the
    params file before it was aware of the setting of CONFIG_PATH.
    This could cause the params file to be missed if it was not located
    in /etc/shorewall[6] or in the directory named in the start
    (restart,compile,check,...) command.

    Now, /sbin/shorewall[6] passes $CONFIG_PATH to the compiler
    (/usr/share/shorewall/compiler.pl) in the new '--config_path'
    option.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sat Nov 12 08:39:06 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.25.3  For more details see changelog.txt and
   releasenotes.txt
  * Correction of the produced ruleset when wildchars are used in
    the zone configuration

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sun Nov  6 10:05:33 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

-  Update to 4.4.25.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
   releasenotes.txt

   * Previously, if all the following were true:

    - AUTOMAKE=Yes
    - Current compiled script (/var/lib/shorewall/firewall or
      /var/lib/shorewall6/firewall) up to date
    - LEGACY_FASTSTART=No
    - There was a saved configuration

    then rather than start the current configuration, 'shorewall
    start -f' or 'shorewall6 start -f' would incorrectly restore
    the saved  configuration.

    * The DropSmurfs and TCPFlags actions are now available in
    Shorewall6. They were previously omitted from the IPv6
    actions.std file.

    * The 'rawpost' table was previously omitted from the output of
    the 'dump' command. It is now displayed.

    * Previously, if a configuration contained more than one wildcard
    interface (physical name ending in '+'), then the generated script
    might not work properly with Shorewall-init. This defect dates back
    to the introduction of Shorewall-init.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Tue Nov  1 18:16:52 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.25.1 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * A'refresh' command with no chains or tables specified will
    now reload chains created by entries in the BLACKLIST section of
    the rules file.
  * The rules compiler previously failed to detect the 'Flow
    Filter' capability. That capability is now correctly detected.
  * The IN_BANDWIDTH handling changes in 4.4.25 was incompatible
    with moribund distributions such as RHEL4. Restoring IN_BANDWIDTH
    functionality on those releases required a new 'Basic Filter'
    capability.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sun Oct 30 09:47:11 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.25 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

 * A defect in the optimizer that allowed incompatible rules to be
   combined has been corrected.
 * Routes and rules added as a result of entries in
   /etc/shorewall6/providers were previously not deleted by
   'stop' or 'restart'. Repeated 'restart' commands could
   therefore  lead to an incorrect routing configuration.
 * Previously, capital letters were disallowed in IPv6 addresses.
   They are now permitted.
 * If the COPY column in /etc/shorewall6/providers was non-empty,
   previously a run-time error could occur when copying a table.
   The diagnostic produced by ip was:

       Either "to" is duplicate, or "cache" is garbage

 * When copying IPv6 routes, the generated script previously
   attempted to copy 'cache' entries. Those entries are now omitted.
 * Previously, the use of large provider numbers could cause some
   Shorewall-generated routing rules to be ineffective.
 * In some contexts, IPv6 addresses of the form ::i.j.k.l were
   incorrectly classified as invalid by the configuration compile
 * New blacklisting facility implemented. For this and other new
   features please refer to the releasenotes.txt


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sat Oct 15 16:58:32 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.24.1

  * When the logical and physical name of an interface were
    different, including the logical name in the tcdevices file
    caused the device's classes to be ignored. This defect was
    introduced in  Shorewall 4.4.23.

  * Remove the ExecReload from all services, since systemd
    doesn't allow an ExecReload for OneShot services. Also, add a
    missing After=network.target to shorewall.service.

- Fixed Url typo in the spec

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Oct 10 07:17:47 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.24. For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * This release includes all problem corrections from releases
    4.4.23.1-4.4.23.3.

  * The 'fallback' option without =<weight> previously produced
    invalid  'ip' commands.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Thu Sep 29 14:56:11 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- reworked systemd related rpm macros for 12.1

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sat Sep 17 11:20:49 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.23.3
  * When providers were present that specify neither 'balance' nor
    'fallback', then the following message was issued during
    compilation and 'enable' of the interface would fail.

    Use of uninitialized value $weight in concatenation (.) or
    string  at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Providers.pm line 644.

  * TC_ENABLED=Shared was broken in Shorewall 4.4.23, 4.4.23.1 and
    4.4.23.2. It produced a  shell script with syntax errors.
- Backported patches removed.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Fri Sep 16 15:06:03 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.23.2  For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt
- Support of systemd for openSUSE 12.1
- Backported patches WEIGHT.patch and SHARED.patch fixing a
  harmless message and traffic shaping issues respectively

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Sat Aug 20 18:47:26 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.22.3. Corrections in this release are below.
  * On older distributions where 'shorewall show capabilities'
    indicates 'Connection Tracking Match: Not Available', harmless
    Perl diagnostics like the following could be issued:

        Use of uninitialized value $list in pattern match (m//)
        at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Config.pm line 1273,
        <$currentfile> line 14.

        Use of uninitialized value $list in split
        at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Config.pm line 1275,
        <$currentfile> line 14.

  * On older distributions where 'shorewall show capabilities'
    indicates 'Mangle FORWARD Chain: Not Available', entries in the
    ecn file generated the following Perl Diagnostic:

        Use of uninitialized value in hash element
    at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Chains.pm line 1119.

  * Previously, if a provider interface was derived from an optional
    wildcard entry in /etc/shorewall/providers, then the interface
    was never considered to be usable.

    Example:

    /etc/shorewall/interfaces:

    #ZONE    INTERFACE   BROADCAST    OPTIONS
      net ppp+     -  optionsl

    /etc/shorewall/providers:net
    #PROVIDER  NUMBER  MARK  INTERFACE ...
     ISP1   1   1 ppp0

  * When 'shorewall update' or 'shorewall6 update' results in no change
    to the .conf file, a message is issued, the .bak file is removed
    and the command terminates without error.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Fri Aug 12 08:28:00 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

-  patch the Perl diagnostic with a WARNING  message.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Tue Aug  9 19:22:07 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.22.2

  * On older distributions where 'shorewall show capabilities'
    indicates 'Connection Tracking Match: Not Available', Shorewall
    4.4.22 and 4.4.22.1 generated invalid iptables-restore input.

  * Previously, the compiler always placed '#!/bin/sh' on the first
    line of the generated script. It now uses the setting of
    SHOREWALL_SHELL on that line rather than '/bin/sh'. Note that
    SHOREWALL_SHELL defaults to '/bin/sh' so this change only affects
    those who specify a different shell.

- Patched REDIRECT rule

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Thu Aug  4 05:13:07 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.22.1

  * Previously, if the name of a zone began with 'all', then entries
    for that zone in /etc/shorewall/rules and /etc/shoreawll6/rules
    treated the name the same as 'all'.

    This defect is present in Shorewall 4.4.13 through 4.4.22.

 *  Previously, when LOAD_HELPERS_ONLY=No, harmless
    iptables-restore  warnings as follows could be generated:

        ...
      Running   /usr/local/sbin/iptables-restore...
     --set option deprecated, please use --match-set
     --set option deprecated, please use --match-set
      IPv4 Forwarding Enabled


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed Aug  3 15:45:01 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.22. For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * Under rare conditions, long port lists (>15 ports) could result in
  the following failure when optimization level 4 was enabled.

       Use of uninitialized value in numeric gt (>)
       at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Chains.pm line 1264.

       ERROR: Internal error in
       Shorewall::Chains::decrement_reference_count at
       /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Chains.pm line 1264

  * All corrections included in Shorewall 4.4.21.1.

- A bug in recent versions of Shorewall that could result in rules
  that are  wider in scope than intended was fixed by applying a patch
  by the upstream.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Tue Jul 19 22:06:11 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.21.1 Changes in this release are:

  * A harmless Perl run-time "uninitialized variable" diagnostic has
  been eliminated from the compiler. The diagnostic was issued while
  displaying the capabilities.

  * As the result of a typo, an orphan filter chain named FORWAR
  could be created under rare circumstances. This chain was deleted
  by OPTIMIZE level 4.

  * The SNAT options --persistent and --randomize now work properly
  (/etc/shorewall/masq).

  * The LOGMARK log level was previously generated invalid iptables
  input making it unusable. That has been corrected.

 The syntax for LOGMARK is now:

 LOGMARK(<priority>) where <priority> is a syslog priority (1-7 or debug,
 info, notice,  etc.).

 Example rule:
    #ACTION           SOURCE  DEST   PROTO   DEST
    #                        PORT(S)
    LOG:LOGMARK(info)  lan    dmz    udp     1234


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Jul 11 08:13:36 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.21 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

 * The Shorewall and Shorewall6 'load' and 'reload' commands
   now use the .conf file in the current working directory.
 * The 'balance' and 'fallback' options in /etc/shorewall/providers
   have always been mutually exclusive but the compiler previously
   didn't enforce that restriction. Now it does.
 * The ipset modules are now automatically loaded by Shorewall6 when
   LOAD_HELPERS_ONLY=No is specified in shorewall6.conf. Additionally,
   there is now a /usr/share/shorewall6/modules.ipset file that
   lists  all of the required modules.
 * TPROXY descriptions have been added to shorewall-tcrules(5) and
   shorewall6-tcrules(5).

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Thu Jun 16 06:59:20 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.20.3. Changes in this release are
 * Deprecated options have been removed from the .conf files.
   They remain in the man pages.
 * A simple configuration like the 'Universal' sample that includes a
   single wildcard interface ('+' in the INTERFACE column) produces a
   ruleset that blocks all incoming packets.

   As part of correcting this defect, which was introduced in
   4.4.20.2, one or more superfluous rules (which could never
   match) have been eliminated from most configurations.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed Jun 15 06:57:32 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.20.2
  * A defect introduced in 4.4.20 could cause the following failure at
    start/restart:

    ERROR: Command "tc qdisc add dev eth0 parent 1:11 handle 1:
           sfq quantum 12498 limit 127 perturb 10" failed
  * The 'sfilter' interface option introduced in 4.4.20 was only
    applied to forwarded traffic. Now it is also applied to traffic
    addressed to the firewall itself.
  * Issues with iptables-restore is corrected
  * IPSEC traffic is now (correctly) excluded from sfilter.
  * The following incorrect warning message has been eliminated:

     WARNING: sfilter is ineffective with FASTACCEPT=Yes


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Tue Jun  7 14:14:12 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.20.1
  * The address of the Free Software Foundation has been corrected in
  the License files.
  * The shorewall[6].conf file installed in
    /usr/share/shorewall[6]/configfiles is no longer modified for use
    with Shorewall[6]-lite. When creating a new configuration for a
    remote forewall, two lines need to be modified in the copy

           CONFIG_PATH=/usr/share/shorewall (or shorewall6)
       STARTUP_LOG=/var/log/shorewall-lite-init.log
                   (or shorewall6-lite-init.log)


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Jun  6 07:30:14 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.20
  *Removed backported patches for openSUSE specific locations as
  they are incorporated in upstream.

- Changes in 4.4.20 (for more read changelog.txt and releasenotes.txt)
  * Support for the AUDIT target has been added. AUDIT is a feature of
  the 2.6.39 kernel and iptables 1.4.10 that allows security auditing
  of access decisions.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed May 18 11:03:16 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.19.4
 * Previously, the compiler would allow a degenerate entry (only the
   BAND specified) in /etc/shorewall/tcpri. Such an entry now raises a
   compilation error.
 * Previously, it was possible to specify tcfilters and tcrules that
   classified traffic with the class-id of a non-leaf HFSC class. Such
   classes are not capabable of handling packets.
   Shorewall now generates a compile-time warning in this case and
   ignores the entry.

   If a non-leaf class is specified as the default class, then
   Shorewall now generates a compile-time error since that
   configuration allows no network traffic to flow.

 * Traditionally, Shorewall has not checked for the existance of
   ipsets mentioned in the configuration, potentially resulting in a
   run-time start/restart failure. Now, the compiler will issue a
   WARNING if:

   a) The compiler is being run by root.
   b) The compilation isn't producing a script to run on a remote
   system under a -lite product.
   c) An ipset appearing in the configuration does not exist on the
   local system.

* As previously implemented, the 'refresh' command could fail or
  could result in a ruleset other than what was intended. If there
  had been changes in the ruleset since it was originally
  started/restarted/restored that added or deleted sequenced chains
  (chains such as ~lognnn and ~exclnnn), the resulting ruleset could
  jump to the wrong such chains or could fail to 'refresh'
  successfully.

  This issue has been corrected as follows. When a 'refresh' is done
  and individual chains are involved, then each table that contains
  both sequenced chains and one of the chains being refreshed is
  refreshed in its entirety.

  For example, if 'shorwall refresh foo' is issued and the filter
  table (which is the default) contains any sequenced chains, then
  the entire table is reloaded. Note that this reload operation is
  atomic so no packets are passed through an inconsistent
  configuration.

 * When 'shorewall6 refresh' was run previously, a harmless
   'ip6tables: Chain exists' message was generated.

- Reworked backported patches so shorewall still uses openSUSE specific
  locations
- Fix the zone definitions in shorewall6/Samples6/zones examples

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed May 11 16:17:38 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.19.3
 * incompatibility with gawk has been corrected
 * Previously, an entry in the USER/GROUP column in the rules and
   tcrules files could cause run-time start/restart failures if the
   rule(s) being added did not have the firewall as the source (rules
   file) and were not being added to the POSTROUTING chain (:T
   designator in the tcrules file). This error is now caught by
   the compiler.
 * Shorewall now insures that a route to a default gateway exists in
   the main table before it attempts to add a default route through
   that gateway in a provider table. This prevents start/restart
   failures in the rare event that such a route does not exist.
 * CLASSIFY TC rules can apply to traffic exiting only the interface
   associated with the class-id specified in the first column.

 * Fixes start of shorewall6 (bnc#693162)

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Fri May  6 08:03:49 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.19.2 For more details see changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt

  * In Shorewall-shell, there was the ability to specify IPSET names in
    the ORIGINAL DEST column of DNAT and REDIRECT rules. That ability,
    inadvertently dropped in Shorewall-perl, has been restored
  * Several problems with complex TC have been corrected:
  * Double exclusion involving ipset lists was previously not detected,
    resulting in anomalous behavior.
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Apr 18 09:42:37 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to 4.4.19.1
 * Eliminate silly duplicate rule when stopped.
 * Don't believe that all nexthop routes are default routes.
 * Restore :<low port>-<high port> in masq file.
 * Correct default route safe/restore.

- backported paths related patches from git as they are in mainstream
  now
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Wed Apr 13 17:23:31 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Shorewall packages have their openSUSE specific locations now

  * Executable files in /usr/lib/shorewall*. These include;

      getparams
      compiler.pl
      wait4ifup
      shorecap
      ifupdown

  * Perl Modules in /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/PERL_VERSION/Shorewall.

- Updated to 4.4.19 (for more info please consult changelog.txt and
  releasenotes.txt)

* Corrected a problem in optimize level 4 that resulted in the following
   compile-time failure
   Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at
     /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Chains.pm line 862.

 * If a DNAT or REDIRECT rule applied to a source zone with an interface
   defined with 'physical=+', then the nat table 'dnat' chain might have
   been created but not referenced. This prevented the DNAT or REDIRECT
   rule from working correctly.

 * Previously, if a variable set in /etc/shorewall/params was given a value
   containing shell metacharacters, then the compiled script would contain
   syntax errors.

 * The pathname of the 'conntrack' binary was erroneously printed in the
   output of 'shorewall6 show connections'.

 * Correct a problem whereby incorrect Netfilter rules were generated when
   a bridge with ports was given a logical name.

 * If a bridge interface had subordinate ports defined in
   /etc/shorewall/interface, then an ipsec entry (either ipsec zone or the
   'ipsec' option specified) in /etc/shorewall/hosts resulted in the
   compiler generating an incorrect Netfilter configuration.

 * A fatal error is now raised if '!0' appears in the PROTO column of files
  that have that column. This avoids an iptables-restore failure at run time.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Apr  4 17:11:01 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Updated to 4.4.18.2
 * SAVE_IPSETS=Yes didn't work unless there is a dynamic zone defined.

 * If a logical name was given to a bridge and the ports on the bridge
   were defined in /etc/shorewall/interfac, then the compiler could
   generate matches that used the logical name rather than the
   physical name.

-------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon Mar 21 08:46:40 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Updated to 4.4.18.1
 * An issue with params processing on RHEL6 has been corrected. The
   problem manifested as the following type of warning:

    WARNING: Param line (export OLDPWD) ignored at
            /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Config.pm line 2993.

 * The editing of the value of the TC_PRIOMAP option has been
   tightened. Previously, many invalid settings were allowed,
   resulting in run-time tc command failures.

 * The Shorewall Lite and Shorewall6 Lite installers now install the
   'helpers' modules file. Previously, this file was not installed
   with the result that both 'shorewall[6]-lite show capabilities' and
   'shorecap' failed.

 * Previously, if an icmp or icmp6 type which included both a type and
   a code was used in the tcfilters file, 'start' and 'restart' would
   fail with a 'tc' error.


-------------------------------------------------------------------
Fri Mar 11 23:46:49 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Updated to 4.4.18
  * for accounting modules xtables-addons must be installed

- Changes in 4.4.18 (for more read changelog.txt and releasenotes.txt)
  * The modules files are now just a driver that INCLUDEs several new
    files and one old file:
  * Beginning with Shorewall 4.4.18, the accounting structure can be
    created with three root chains:
     - accountin:  Rules that are valid in the INPUT chain (may not
       specify an output interface).
     - accountout: Rules that are valid in the OUTPUT chain (may not
       specify an input interface or a MAC address).
     - accountfwd: Other rules.
  * Internals Change: The Policy.pm module has been merged into the
     Rules.pm module.





-------------------------------------------------------------------
Thu Feb 10 16:24:41 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Updated to 4.4.17
  * This release adds support for per-IP accounting using the ACCOUNT
    target. That target is only available when xtables-addons is
    installed.

- Changes in 4.4.17 (for more read changelog.txt and releasenotes.txt)

 *  Previously, Shorewall did not check the length of the names of
    accounting chains and manual chains. This could result in
    errors when loading the resulting ruleset. Now, the compiler issues
    an error for chain names longer than 29 characters.

    Additionally, the compiler now ensures that these chain names are
    composed only of letters, digits, underscores ('_') and dashes
    ("-"). This eliminates Perl runtime errors or other failures when a
    chain name is embedded within a regular expression.

 *  Several issues with complex traffic shaping have been resolved:

    a) Specifying IPv6 network addresses in the SOURCE or DEST columns
       of /etc/shorewall6/tcfilters now works correctly. Previously,
       Perl runtime warnings occurred and an invalid tc command was
       generated.

    b) Previously, if flow= was specified on a parent class, a perl
       runtime warning occurred and an invalid tc command was
       generated. This combination is now flagged as an error at
       compile time.

   c) There is now an ipv6 tcfilters skeleton included with
      Shorewall6.

 *  Several issues with accounting are corrected.

    a)  If an accounting rule of the form:

       chain1        chain2

       was configured and neither chain was referenced again in the
       configuration, then an internal error was generated when
       optimize level 4 was selected and OPTIMIZE_ACCOUNTING=Yes.

    b)  If there was only a single accounting rule and that rule
        specified an interface in the SOURCE or DEST columns, then the
    generated ruleset would fail to load when
        OPTIMIZE_ACCOUNTING=Yes.

    c)  If a per-IP accounting table name appeared in more than one
        rule and the specified network was not the same in all
    occurrences, then the generated ruleset would fail to load.
    This is now flagged as an error at compile time.

 *  Two defects in compiler module loading have been corrected:

    a) Previously, the kernel/net/ipv6/netfilter/ directory was not
       searched.
    b) A Perl diagnostic was issued when running on a monolithic kernel
       when the modutils package was installed.

 *  A line containing only 'INCLUDE' appearing in an extension script
    now generates a compile-time diagnostic rather than a run-time
    diagnostic.

 *  Previously, the uninstall.sh scripts used insserv (if installed) on
    Debian-based systems. These scripts now use the preferred tool
    (updaterc.d).

 *  Beginning with 4.4.16, compilation would fail if an empty shell
    variable was referenced in a config file on a system where /bin/sh
    is the Bourne Again Shell (bash).

 *  In earlier versions. if OPTIMIZE=8 then the ruleset displayed by
    'check -r' was the same as when OPTIMIZE=0 (unoptimized).
    Similarly, if OPTIMIZE=9 then the ruleset displayed was the same
    as when OPTIMIZE=1.

 *  Startup could previously fail on a system where kernel module
    autoloading was not available and where TC_ENABLED=Simple was
    specified in shorewall.conf or shorewall6.conf.

 *  Previously, a 'done.' message could be printed at the end of
    command processing even when the command had failed. Now, such a
    message only appears if the command completed successfully.



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Sat Jan 22 19:00:26 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Updated to 4.4.16.1
  * Beginning with 4.4.16, compilation would fail if an empty shell
    variable was referenced in a config file on a system where /bin/sh
    is the Bourne Again Shell (bash).


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Wed Jan 12 18:23:38 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- fix fillup for shorewall-init so it will be copied to sysconfig
  directory
- link network/scripts/shorewall to if-up.d and if-down.d

- Changes in 4.4.16 (for more read changelog.txt and releasenotes.txt)

+  If the output of 'env' contained a multi-line value, then
    compilation failed with an Internal Error. The code has been
    changed so that the compiler now handles multi-line values
    correctly.

 *  In 4.4.15, output to Standard Out (FD 1) generated by
    /etc/shorewall/params (/etc/shorewall6/params) was redirected to
    /dev/null. It is now redirected to Standard Error (FD 2).

 *  If a params file did not appear in the CONFIG_PATH, compilation
    failed with the error:
          .: 31: Can't open /etc/shorewall6/params
          ERROR: Processing of /etc/shorewall6/params failed

 *  Previously, proxy ARP with logical interface names did not
    work. Symptoms included numerous Perl runtime error messages.

 *  Previously, the root of a wildcard name erroneously matched that
    name. For example 'eth' matched 'eth+'. Now there must be at least
    one additional character (e.g., 'eth4').
 *  Use of logical interface names in the notrack and ecn files
    resulted in perl runtime warning messages.

 *  The use of wildcard-matching names in certain contexts would result
    in anomalous behavior. Among the symptoms were:

         - Perl run-time messages similar to this one:

       Use of uninitialized value in numeric comparison (<=>)
       at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Zones.pm line 1334.
          - Failure to treat the interface as optional or required.

 *  Where two ISPs share the same interface, if one of the ISPs was not
    reachable, an iptables-restore error such as this occurred:

         iptables-restore v1.4.10: Bad mac address "-j"

 * Previously, under very rare circumstances, a chain would be
    optimized away while there were still jumps to the chain. This caused
     Shorewall start/restart to fail during iptables-restore.

11) Previously, the setting of BLACKLIST_DISPOSITION was not
    validated. Now, an error is raised unless the value is DROP or REJECT.


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Mon Jan  3 10:54:16 UTC 2011 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to version 4.4.15.3
- Changes in 4.4.15.3

  * Previously, the root of a wildcard name erroneously matched that
    name. For example 'eth' matched 'eth+'. Now there must be at least
    one additional character (e.g., 'eth4').

  * Use of logical interface names in the notrack and ecn files
    resulted in perl runtime warning messages.

  * The use of wildcard-matching names in certain contexts would result
    in perl run-time messages similar to this one:

    Use of uninitialized value in numeric comparison (<=>)
    at /usr/share/shorewall/Shorewall/Zones.pm line 1334.

  * Under very rare circumstances, a chain could be optimized away
    even when there are jumps to the chain. This resulted in a
    start/restart failure.

- Changes in 4.4.15.2

  * Previously, proxy ARP with logical interface names did not
    work. Symptoms included numerous Perl runtime error messages.

  * Previously, unknown interface names in the proxyarp and
    tcinterfaces files resulted in Perl runtime errors.

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Thu Dec  2 20:49:39 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Upgrade to version 4.4.15.1

- Changes in version 4.4.15.1

1)  If the output of 'env' contained a multi-line value, then
    compilation failed with an Internal Error. The code has been
    changed to ignore all but the first line of a multi-line value.

2)  If a params file did not appear in the CONFIG_PATH, compilation
    failed with the error:
       .: 31: Can't open /etc/shorewall6/params
       ERROR: Processing of /etc/shorewall6/params failed



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Thu Dec  2 09:38:00 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Update to version 4.4.15
- Changes in Shorewall 4.4.15

1)  Add macros from Tuomo Soini.

2)  Corrected macro.JAP.

3)  Added fatal_error() functions to the -lite CLIs.

RC 1

1)  Another Perl 5.12 warning.

2)  Avoid anomalous behavior regarding syn flood chains.

3)  Add HEADERS column for IPv6

Beta 2

1)  Tweaks to IPv6 tcfilters

2)  Add support for explicit provider routes

3)  Fix shared TC tcfilters handling.

Beta 1

1)  Handle exported VERBOSE.

2)  Modernize handling of the params file.

3)  Fix NULL_ROUTE_RFC1918

4)  Fix problem of appending incorrect files.

5)  Implement shared TC.


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Thu Nov 25 10:20:58 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Added README.openSUSE which warns the user

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Wed Nov 24 22:21:47 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Fix init-4.4.14.patch
- Cleaned spec file
- Removed Provides shoreline_firewall
- Until upstream clarifies non-executable scripts put them under rpmlintrc
- TODO
  *  the code files should  go into %_libexecdir/shorewall, only non-executable
  data is for  %_datadir/shorewall.

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Wed Nov 24 10:57:37 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Included docs-html to the packaging as well
- Patches have the version number reflecting the diff to the original
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Thu Nov 11 16:55:07 UTC 2010 - toganm@opensuse.org

- Initial packaging of shorewall for opensuse