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Nov
9
ByteBlower Version 2.5
Posted by Dries Decock on 09 November 2016 02:57 PM

We forgot to announce the release of ByteBlower version 2.5 on our support portal. Sorry for that !

We are happy to announce the availability of ByteBlower version 2.5.  During the summer, we worked hard on this new release which includes dozens of user interface improvements, enhanced reporting functionality and new features. And, of course, it also integrates our ByteBlower Wireless Endpoints! We look forward to your feedback and suggestions!

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 It is also important to note that the new server release requires at least GUI version 2.1.


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Jun
2
ByteBlower version 2.4 released!
Posted by Dries Decock on 02 June 2016 03:05 PM

We are happy to announce the availability of ByteBlower version 2.4. Already this is the second major release of 2016. It includes dozens of user interface improvements, enhanced reporting functionality and significant performance gains. The new TCP stats and graphs are a particularly visible and useful improvement, we look forward to your feedback and suggestions!

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 It is also important to note that the new server release requires at least GUI version 2.1.


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Mar
8
ByteBlower 2.3 released!
Posted by Dries Decock on 08 March 2016 04:38 PM

We are happy to announce the availability of ByteBlower version 2.3. This first major release of 2016 brings performance improvements in both GUI and server. In addition we added support for VLAN stacking (QinQ) and Frame Field modifiers. The former offers the possibility to send traffic over virtual networks, stacked 4 levels deep. The latter provides the means to change frames on the fly.

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 It is also important to note that the new server release requires at least GUI version 2.1.


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Oct
19
ByteBlower version 2.2 released!
Posted by Dries Decock on 19 October 2015 07:40 PM

We are happy to announce the availability of ByteBlower version 2.2. This brand new release enhances the GUI 2.0 experience with improved NAT support through port-forwarding rules, additional TCP congestion avoidance algorithms and many performance improvements!

The new release improves the performance of the communication between the ByteBlower clients, both API and GUI, and the ByteBlower server. The memory usage of the GUI is also drastically decreased which makes the usage of the GUI quick and snappy.

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 It is also important to note that the new server release requires at least GUI version 2.1.


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Jul
10
ByteBlower version 2.1 released
Posted by Dries Decock on 10 July 2015 09:47 PM

We are happy to announce the availability of ByteBlower version 2.1. This brand new release enhances the GUI 2.0 experience with improved NAT reporting, additional TCP parameters and performance improvements and brings the Tcl API to the 2.x world for the first time! The ByteBlower API has grown as a traffic test platform for the past 10 years and by bringing it to the new platform, we've given it the attention it deserves. Even though most of the API is strictly backwards compatible, we have redesigned select parts where the old interface was hindering flexible usage and the possibility of rolling out new features. Wherever the API has change, we provide extensive documentation to ease the transition. And of course we're always there to assist!

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Have a look at this movie to see the new GUI in action.

It is also important to note that the new server release requires at least GUI version 2.1. This is also the reason GUI 2.1 is not yet available as an automatic GUI update. We want to allow our users to upgrade the server when this fits best. On September 1st, we will make this GUI version available as an automatic update. Customers which choose to stay at version 2.0, can ignore the update during boot or disable automatic updates in the preferences.


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