Broaden your selection: Category/Network-hookup
- AntiDialer is a QT-based broadband dialer for Sify Broadband users in India. It has features comparable to the Sify Windows dialer, such as password saving and autologin. Now Sify users no longer have to depend upon the old default dialer provided by Sify.
- Cjdns implements an encrypted IPv6 network using public key cryptography for address allocation and a distributed hash table for routing. This provides near zero-configuration networking without many of the security and robustness issues that regular IPv4 and IPv6 networks have.
Hyperboria is the largest cjdns network, with hundreds of active nodes around the world.
- Ka2dyn presents the following characteristics :
- can display extended debugging infos when asked for,
- can log via syslog when asked for,
- can run in dummy mode when asked for,
- can handle more than one service at a time,
- each service is assured by a dynamically loaded library.
- OpenConnect started as a client for Cisco's AnyConnect SSL VPN, but as of 2013 it includes a server and offers a full VPN solution.
- PacketFence is a network access control (NAC) system which provides an impressive list of supported features. Among them, there are: registration, detection of abnormal network activities, proactive vulnerability scans, DHCP fingerprinting, isolation of problematic devices, remediation through a captive portal, 802.1X and integration with wireless networks.
- PageKite is a system for connecting your localhost servers to the public Internet, giving them names and making them globally accessible. It works on most common operating systems and it doesn't matter what kind of Internet connection you have. The PageKite back-end configures DNS for your server and establishes communication with our global pool of front-end relays. These relays have public IP addresses and are visible on the global Internet, which makes it possible for them to accept incoming requests on your server's behalf. These requests get forwarded (proxied) over the tunnel to your server, and any replies travel back the same way.
- Quagga is an implementation of major routing protocols for IPv4 and IPv6, including RIP, OSPF, BGP, RIPng, and OSPFv3. It is a fork of the GNU Zebra project.
(Note that this is distinct from the defunct gnulist project, that is sometimes referred to by the same name.
- Zebra is a multi-server routing protocol that provides TCP/IP based routing protocols. It's meant to be used as a route server and router reflector. Not just a toolkit, it provides full routing power under a new architecture. The user can dynamically change configuration and use command line completion and history from the terminal interface. The programs supports:
- common routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPFv2, OSPFv3, and BGP IPv6
- routing protocols RIPng and BGP-4+
- IP address based filtering
- AS path based filtering attribute modification by route map
Zebra offers true modularity: it has a process for each protocol, and each module can be upgraded separately from the others, so you can have quick upgrades as well as protection against a failure in one protocol affecting the entire system.
- Quagga is a modern fork of Zebra.
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