Server designed for use with a home network
Mice (Mundungus Internet Connection Enhancer) is a server designed for a home network where one machine has a modem to connect to the Internet. Clients on other machines can communicate with the server and ask it to connect to the Internet. The server keeps track of client requests and disconnects when all clients no longer require connection. Mice server does not connect to the Internet itself--it relies on programs such as pppd to do that.
released on 2 August 2002
3 May 2002
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