‘Endpoint Mode’. This new mode of operation allows:
Complex NAT configurations.
ViBE protocol running over ICMP or TCP as well as UDP.
More complex port and IP hopping, whereby the ViBE tunnel switches between different destination IP addresses and/or protocol ports.
Blocked route detection. ViBE can now detect if the route to a given IP address or port within a group is down, and cease to use that IP/port until it is restored. For example, if the ViBE CPE is talking to a server by hopping between addresses 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, and the route to 18.104.22.168 is blocked, it will continue by using onlythe working two until such time as the blocked route is restored.
HTML encoding. ViBE protocol packets can be encoded using base64 in order to allowthem to appear to be standard HTML data.
Multilink and IP hopping are now compatible.