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- May 20 2016, 4:37 AM (92 w, 1 d)
Fri, Feb 16
The last nine months or so I've been running Tayga on VyOS Beta 1.2 (latest versions) in my production network.
I'm attempting to go all IPv6 internally so this would be nice to have if it doesn't currently work.
"unbound" is also another good recursor.
Sun, Feb 11
I tested with vyos.999.201802100337 and the original problem is solved.
Wed, Jan 31
Sorry, I just now came across this fixed issue by random chance.
Nov 3 2017
IPv6 firewall works fine on VyOS 1.1.X and 1.2.X, it is just that you can't use the GROUPS on IPv6 like you can on IPv4.
Oct 18 2017
Latest version of OpenVPN is 2.4.4 and has multiple new features.
Sep 6 2017
I checked on 2017-09-04 and I am not able to put in IPv6 address into the OpenVPN interfaces.
Agreed. I just re-tried it as of 2017-09-05 and it now saves the OpenVPN configuration file in the /config/config.boot file.
Apr 8 2017
Apr 1 2017
I've been running Tayga on a debian box for the last year or so and have not noticed any performance problems, but I haven't compared Tayga with Jool.
Mar 29 2017
I've just tested TAYGA installed on VyoS 1.2 (Beta) and it seems to work fine even though there is no configuration for it in VyOS.
Feb 3 2017
Added information to WIKI.
Feb 2 2017
Oh, OK, great! I didn't know that.
Jan 29 2017
I was able to boot the 1.2 BETA with no problem. Is it stable enough to use?
Jan 27 2017
I just tried to boot VyOS 1.1.7 64-bit from PCENGINES APU2C4 and got the exact same error message when installing from a USB key.