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pfSense Plus and CE software utilize different version number formats. Thismakes it easier to distinguish between them and also makes it clear that thereleases do not necessarily happen at the same time, even if they share a commoncode base.
pfSense CE software version numbers use the format ..,and each component is present even if the value is 0. This version numberingscheme is similar to the format used by FreeBSD software. In the past, thisformat was also used for releases of pfSense Factory Edition software before itwas renamed to pfSense Plus.
This is the most recent stable release, and the recommended version for all installations. Refer to the documentation for Upgrade Guides and Installation Guides. For pre-configured systems, see the pfSense® firewall appliances from Netgate.
I agree its a bad idea to install any version other than the current release for a new firewall build - but what should I do about having a fall-back plan, should the worst happen to the CE installation I use at home? I can put in an SG1100 I guess, but not too happy with losing the extras I get from the CE install to a PC with the crypto CPU extensions.
How to upgrade a standalone instance of pfSense?How to upgrade a cluster instance of pfSense?Can I upgrade from a very old version of pfSense to the lastest one?How to upgrade packages?The update did not work, what can I do?
If it still does not work, we can try to downloading and installing an older version of pfSense. To find an old version of pfSense, google is our friend. We can also take a look at the Dakota State University repository:
pfSense software version 2.4.5 brings security patches, several new features, support for new Netgate hardware models, and stability fixes for issues present in previous pfSense 2.4.x branch releases.
Due to the significant nature of the changes in this upgrade, warnings and error messages are likely to occur while the upgrade is in process. In particular, errors from PHP and package updates may be observed on the console and in logs. In nearly all cases these errors are a harmless side effect of the inconsistent state of the system during the upgrade from changes in the operating system, libraries, and PHP versions. Once the upgrade completes, the system will be in a consistent state again. Only errors which persist after the upgrade are significant.
The upgrade will take several minutes to complete. The exact time varies based on download speed, hardware speed, and other factors such installed packages. Be patient during the upgrade and allow the firewall enough time to complete the entire process. After the update packages finish downloading it could take 10-20 minutes or more until the upgrade process ends. The firewall may reboot several times during the upgrade process. Monitor the upgrade from the firewall console for the most accurate view.
Please note that pfSense version 2.5.0 WILL NOT require AES-NI. The original plan was to include a RESTCONF API in pfSense version 2.5.0, which for security reasons would have required hardware AES-NI or equivalent support. Plans have since changed, and pfSense 2.5.0 does not contain the planned RESTCONF API, thus the removal of the AES-NI requirement.
Starting with pfSense version 2.4.4, AutoConfigBackup is integrated within pfSense and available for free to every pfSense user. When enabled, every time a change is made, ACB automatically makes a secure, remote backup of the pfSense configuration. The new ACB integration is a complete rewrite of the old ACB package, previously only available for Gold subscribers. A lot of work went into making sure the new package provides secure backups while complying with GDPR regulations.
With FreeBSD 11.2 as a base, pfSense version 2.4.4 brings Intel C3000 support. While we began to offer C3000 based pfSense appliances, XG-7100 1U and its desktop version earlier this year, for it to work the drivers had to be backported from FreeBSD 11-CURRENT. This meant that the C3000 support prior to version 2.4.4. was device-specific and only vetted with our appliances. With version 2.4.4, pfSense now supports many of the available C3000-based systems.
pfSense version 2.4 brought support for our first ARM appliances, SG-1000 and SG-3100, both based on a 32-bit ARM architecture. Starting with version 2.4.4, pfSense will support several ARM64-based appliances we are developing. Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming ARM64 appliances!
I am currently running the latest and greatest pfsense software on an old PC. It was doing a great job until the old hardware began to fail. The company bought a pfsense SG-2440 and i need to get it up and running. I was able to export the xml settings and have them. My question is this:
I successfully restored a complete config on totally different hardware just the other day. Just MAKE SURE you run the same PFSense version number on the new hardware the config file was originally created with on the old hardware. I'm not sure if 32bit config import to 64bit PFSense works. Better be save and use the exact version.
As mauririxxx mentioned it should just work. Except for RRD data, but that probably isn't important to you anyways. I have noticed that during import on new devices, or even onto the same device just restoring from a backup, often times various aspects don't work correctly and you have to restore that specific step again or build it from scratch. I've had a few restorals go bad to the point where I could no longer access the pfSense box on the WebUI or the serial port, so I had to reinstall the OS from scratch. One thing you will want to make sure is that the version of pfSense on the new hardware is the same version from your backup.
there are rules in nat for the port and also in the firewall all ports are open all of it ..... & the rules are for the wifi and wan and lan ......... i dont know why my utorrnet want download or seed files i had ...... > if i use my isp router the torrent works great with no problems wan is for the internet connection .... > the lan is to setup the pfsense ..... > wifi is for my laptops
pfSense® software versions older than 2.5.0 use a binary circular log format known as clog to maintain a constant log size without the need for rotation. As syslogd writes new entries to a clog file, it removes older entries automatically. As such, the older data is lost.
Since upgrading ntopng (from previous to latest version), GeoIP support is broken. No flags are shown, listing by country doesn't work, and there are no traces on the Geo Map. Updating the GeoIP Data from the pfSense interface does not help (though I can see on the timestamp that the files in /usr/local/share/ntopng are indeed getting updated.)
"Using pfSense 2.4.4-RELEASE-p2 with Ntopng Community Edition v.3.6.181116 I manually ran the /usr/local/bin/geoipupdate.sh script and got : fetch: : Not Found Then I went to Maxmind website and found this article: -note/discontinuation-notice-for-geolite-legacy-databases/ It looks for me that Maxmind has ended their support and download for the legacy GeoIP data. The only GeoIP data you can download are the GeoLite2 data."
Re-ran scripts manually from ssh to ensure there are no errors and clicked the delete followed by refresh geo button in the GUI ntopng settings, restarted the service and now I am able to login and use ntopng using pfsense 2.4.4 p2 with ntopng 0.8.13_3
pfSense, an open source router/firewall solution is a far better alternative that is available to you. You have likely already downloaded, installed, and configured pfSense, possibly in a residential or SOHO environment. As an intermediate-level pfSense user, you do not need to be sold on the benefits of pfSense. Nevertheless, you may be looking to deploy pfSense in a different environment (for example, a corporate network), or you may just be looking to enhance your knowledge of pfSense.
Version 1.0 of pfSense was released on October 4, 2006. Version 2.0 was released on September 17, 2011. Version 2.1 was released on September 15, 2013, and Version 2.2 was released on January 23, 2015. As of writing this, Version 2.2.6 (released on December 21, 2015) is the latest version. Version 2.3 is expected to be released soon, and will be a watershed release in many respects. The web GUI has had a major facelift, and support for some legacy technologies is being phased out. Support for Point-to-Point Tunnelling Protocol (PPTP) will be discontinued, as will support for Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP). The current version of pfSense incorporates such functions as traffic shaping, the ability to act as a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client or server, IPv6 support, and through packages, intrusion detection and prevention, the ability to act as a proxy server, spam and virus blocking, and much more.
The starting point for our discussion on hardware requirements is the pfSense minimum specifications. As of January 2016, the minimum hardware requirements are as follows (these specifications are from the official pfSense site, pfsense.org):
Version 2.3 eliminated the Live CD, which allowed you to try out pfSense without installing it onto other media. If you really want to use the Live CD, however, you could use a pre-2.3 image (version 2.2.6 or earlier). You can always upgrade to the latest version of pfSense after installation. 2b1af7f3a8