FRRouting Release 7.5 Available for Download

November 11, 2020

The FRRouting contributors are proud to announce that the latest release of FRR is now available for download:

Changes in 7.5

  • BFD
    • Profile support
    • Minimum ttl support
  • BGP
    • rpki VRF support
    • GR fixes
    • Add wide option to display of routes
    • Add maximum-prefix <num> force
    • Add bestpath-routes to neighbor command
    • Add bgp shutdown message MSG... command
    • Add v6 Flowspec support
    • Add neighbor <neigh> shutdown rtt command
    • Allow update-delay to be applied globaly
  • EVPN
    • Beginning of MultiHoming Support
  • ISIS
    • Segment Routing Support
  • VRF Support
    • Guard against adj timer display overflow
    • Add support for Anycast-SIDs
  • OSPF
    • Segment Routing support for ECMP
    • Various LSA fixes
    • Prevent crash if transferring config amongst instances
  • PBR
    • Adding json support to commands
    • DSCP/ECN based PBR Matching
  • PIM
    • Add more json support to commands
    • Fix missing mesh-group commands
    • MSDP SA forwarding
    • Clear (s,g,rpt) ifchannel on (*, G) prune received
    • Fix igmp querier election and IP address mapping
    • Crash fix when RP is removed
  • STATIC
    • Northbound Support
  • YANG
    • Filter and route-map Support
    • OSPF model definition
    • BGP model definition
  • VTYSH
    • Fix build-time errors for some --enable flags
    • Speed up output of configuration across daemons
  • ZEBRA

    • Nexthop group support for FPM
    • Northbound support for rib model
    • Backup nexthop support
    • Netlink batching support
    • Allow upper level protocols to request ARP
    • Add json output for zebra ES, ES-EVI and access vlan dumps
  • Upgrade to using libyang1.0.184

  • RPM

    • Moved RPKI to subpackage
    • Added SNMP subpackage

    Note that Centos 6 and Debian Jessie have been deprecated

    As always there are too many bugfixes to list individually. This release
    compromises just over 1k of commits by the community, with contributors from
    70 people.