pfSense 2.2.6 is now available, with a number of bug fixes and some security updates. It is considered a low risk upgrade for those running 2.2.x. For those running 2.1.x and older versions, there are a number of significant changes which may impact you. You can read all about it at the official pfSense blog. I will upload the download links ASAP.
And while I’m writing this, I might as well take the opportunity to promotepfsensesetup.com’s official mailing list. A few dozen readers have already subscribed. I don’t share our mailing list with anyone else, and traffic on the list is limited to one e-newsletter a week summarizing the latest pfSense news. And I’m even sending you a brief pfSense resource guide as an incentive to sign up.
This is also the eleventh anniversary of the pfSense project, so I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has worked on the project and who has helped ensure its success. You have made our lives immeasurably better.
pfSense® software version 2.2.6 is now available. This release includes a few bug fixes and security updates.

Security Fixes and Errata

Bug Fixes and Change List

Upgrade Guidance

As always, you can upgrade from any previous version straight to 2.2.6. For those already running any 2.2.x version, this is a low risk upgrade. For those on 2.1.x or earlier versions, there are a number of significant changes which may impact you. Pay close attention to the 2.2 Upgrade Notes for the details.

Download

Downloads are available on the mirrors.
Downloads to Upgrade Existing Systems – note it’s usually easier to just use the auto-update functionality, in which case you don’t need to download anything from here. Check the Firmware Updates page for details.

Supporting the Project

Our efforts are made possible by the support of the community. We encourage you to contribute to the cause via one or more of the following.
UPDATE: I updated the download page to link to version 2.2.6.

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