Sensei 1.5.1 for OPNsense is a maintenance release addressing issues reported by 1.5 users. Please find the full Release Notes below.

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Sensei 1.5.1 for OPNsense Release Notes

Policies & Filtering

  • Improvement: Whitelist local domains (.net, .home, .lan etc) and private IP addresses from for Cloud Queries
  • Improvement: Handle floating CDN IP addresses with DNS Enrichment. This fixes the false positives some users have been experiencing.

Reporting & Analytics

  • Improvement: User authentication support for Remote Elasticsearch Databases
  • Improvement: Scheduled Reports: Test email now sends an actual report instead of a blank test email
  • Improvement: Scheduled Reports: You can now easily add a chart to the scheduled reports by clicking on the “Envelope” icon on the chart
  • Bug-fix: Scheduled Reports: Sorting Charts
  • Bug-fix: Elasticsearch UTF8 encoding problem with remote databases
  • Bug-fix: Inconsistency with the “Top” records checkbox in Firefox Browser
  • Bug-fix: DB selection should not be bypassed
  • Bug-fix: openmap links over HTTPS


Bug-fix: Active Directory IPv6 user enrichments


  • Improvement: Adjust netmap memory according to the available system memory
  • Bug-fix: Fix a crash at Generic Proxy Parser
  • Bug-fix: Fix a broken link in Problem Report screen
  • Other performance and reliability improvements

Premium Features

Starting from $9.99/month for home users, and $39/month for commercial users, all of Sensei’s subscription options can be purchased right from within the Sensei User Interface.

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Academic, educational, and non-profit organizations enjoy generous discounts: Edu-discounts

To learn how Premium Subscriptions compare to Free Features, see: Premium vs Free

Also, you may want to check out this review on Home Network Blog for an in-depth look and feature comparison.