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"m0n0wall 1.33 released. m0n0wall 1.33 adds a new image type for generic PCs with a serial console, further improves IPv6 support, includes a driver for newer Realtek network chipsets and contains various small changes and bug fixes. Changelog: updated ipfilter to 4.1.33; inbound NAT rules can now be added on the LAN interface with the WAN address as a target, this helps with accessing servers on an optional interface from the LAN interface by using m0n0wall's WAN IP address; IPv6 improvements; modified 'disable port mapping' option so that it will actually avoid port mapping whenever possible, but fall back to port mapping if another mapping for the same port already exists; added support for user-customizable captive portal logout and status page...."