I've been poking around the new firmware. There are some interesting changes, some of which hint at things to come. (I'm not going into details though since it's probably proprietary information ... but if you look, like I looked, you shall find out too.
One important thing though, /etc/inetd.conf is included in the bundle and will likely overwrite any modifications that you have made. The standard modifications to inetd.conf will work as before.