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New Freenet6 client release 1.0

You can now download the new Freenet6 client version 1.0 in download section. Includes many templates fixes. Binary packages for Windows, Linux, Freebsd and Netbsd are available to download.

Scheduled maintenance on Freenet6 - Monday August 25th AM EST

On Monday August 25th, we will do maintenance on tsps1.freenet6.net. It should cause some limited instability on this server for a few hours.

New Freenet6 client release 0.9.9

You can now download the new Freenet6 client version 0.9.9 in download section. Many fixes and support for Windows XP and 2003 are included in this new release. Binary packages for Windows and Linux are available to download.

Scheduled maintenance on Freenet6 - Tuesday July 22nd AM EST

On Tuesday July 22nd, we will be updating the server code on tsps1.freenet6.net. It should cause some limited instability in the service for a few hours.

Some known problems you could have when connecting to the updated tsps1 :
1. Users using the "retry" option with clients prior to 0.9.9 could have the following result if the server does not support the requested authentication mechanism :
# ./tspc -vvvf tspc.conf
tspc - Tunnel Server Protocol Client

Loading configuration file

Connecting to server

No common authentication mechanism found!

Retry to connect to server in 1 seconds...

Error in protocol sequence, CAPABILITY not sent

Retry to connect to server in 1 seconds...

Error in protocol sequence, CAPABILITY not sent

Retry to connect to server in 1 seconds...

Error in protocol sequence, CAPABILITY not sent

Retry to connect to server in 1 seconds...

This is caused by the old client not closing the tsp connection before a retry and the new server code refusing more than one connection from the same IP address.

2. anonymous users can not connect to tsps1.freenet6.net. They must use tsps2.freenet6.net.

3. No new prefix will be allocated from tsps1.freenet6.net

4. Existing tsps1 users requesting a new prefix allocation from tsps1 will have their tunnel deleted with no automatic way of recovering it. Please contact support@freenet6.net to have that situation resolved.

5. Existing tsps2 users requesting a new /48 allocation from tsps2 will have one assigned to them but their tunnel endpoint will be changed.

Please report any problem to Support. Your bug reports help us keep Freenet6 as reliable as possible.