DeleGate: DeleGate is a multi-purpose application level gateway, or a proxy server
which runs on multiple platforms (Unix, Windows and OS/2). DeleGate mediates
communication of various protocols (HTTP, FTP, NNTP, _Telnet, etc.), applying
cache and conversion for mediated data, controlling access from clients and
routing toward servers. It translates protocols between clients and servers,
merging several servers into a single server view with aliasing and filtering.
Born as a tiny proxy for Gopher in March 1994, it has steadily grown into a
general purpose proxy server. Besides proxy, DeleGate can be used as a simple
origin server for some protocols (HTTP, FTP and NNTP). Last modification on December 30 2000.
ConferenceRoom: IRC server with web integration tools Last modification on December 30 2000.
tcpgate: TCP Proxy/Gateway Daemon Last modification on December 30 2000.
DyDNS: DyDNS brings DNS (BIND) and DHCPd together to create a dynamic DNS
environment for intranets. DyDNS uses lease data files created by DHCPd and
creates a forward lookup table for DNS in its respective directory. The current
version is stable for the things it can do, but much more can be expected out
of it in its later version. Last modification on December 29 2000.
Firewall: Net SecurityMaster is the first proxy services firewall with user
authentication and identification. Last modification on December 29 2000.
AOLServer: Free (?) HTTP server. Last modification on December 29 2000.
SSLeay FAQ: SSLeay is a free implementation of Netscape's Secure Socket Layer - the
software encryption protocol behind the Netscape Secure Server and the Netscape
Navigator Browser. Last modification on December 29 2000.
tinyproxy: tinyproxy 1.1 is a lightweight HTTP proxy designed to do the job with a
minimum of system resource use. It's ideal for small networks where a larger
HTTP proxy such as squid might be overkill or a security risk. This simplicity
also makes tinyproxy an ideal candidate for customization - it takes very
little time to read and understand the tinyproxy source, and thus you can start
adding your own desired features on short order. Last modification on December 28 2000.
glFtpD: FTP Daemon for Linux. Great program for an ISP or anyone! Last modification on December 28 2000.
Linux Network Address Translation: ``Network Address Translation (NAT) is a vitally important Internet
technology for a variety of reasons. It can provide load balancing for parallel
processing, it can provide several types of strong access security, and it can
provide fault-tolerance and high-availability. Finally, it can simplify some
basic network administration functions. Below, we sketch the possible uses, and
then follow up with Linux-specific applications.'' Last modification on December 28 2000.
Qmail: A possible replacement for sendmail, which focuses on
simplicity and security. Last modification on December 28 2000.
X-ISP: a visual, X11/XForms based, user-friendly interface to pppd/chat, i.e.
an X11 dialup networking tool. It is also a small ISP database manager, and a
dialup costs and usage logging tool. It provides maximum feedback from dialing
and login phases on a message browser, versatility in interrupting a call in
progress, a manual login terminal window, as well as call-back and DNS server
selection capabilities. Last modification on December 26 2000.