TNSR 0.1.0 Release Notes

About This Release

The TNSR 0.1.0 Release is the first release of the Netgate TNSR product. As there is no previous release of the TNSR products, there can be no changes relative to a previous version. Everything is new!

This release constitutes an early, evaluation version of the product.

Known Limitations

BGP Routes

While BGP may be configured, started, and run, reports of it not recording and displaying the learned BGP routes using the TNSR command “show routes” have been reported.

A possible work-around appears to be to stop, and then restart the BGP daemon using:

tnsr# service bgp stop
tnsr# service bgp start

BGP route-map and prefix-list Entries

TNSR route-maps and prefix-lists may be configured, and subsequently passed along to the underlying FRR configuration. TNSR will also allow removal of route-maps or prefix-lists from its configuration. However, they are not removed from the underlying FRR configuration.

A possible work-around is to manually remove them from the underlying FRR configuration using vtysh directly.

DHCP Server

The DHCP server does not support any form of Options yet.

The “server dhcp stop dhcp4” will not effectively teminate the Kea IPv4 DHCP server. A work-around is to run some form of “sudo killall kea-dhcp4” from a shell prompt.

Reporting Issues

For issues, please contact the Netgate Support staff.