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NetSplitter

NetSplitter is a 'reverse' load balance like EQLPlus or bounding, but at the user level. If more than one internet connection exists, it will balance the connections on those links. It runs on FreeBSD (ipfilter) and Linux.

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  •  19 Nov 2002 01:59

    Release Notes: NetSplitter has changed the way how it redirects packets. Now it is a full transparent proxy for any TCP port.

    •  11 Nov 2002 08:39

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      17 Nov 2002 06:04 danielfrag

      Excellent!
      Netsplitter is great! The main advantages over eqlplus are:
      1) it doesn't require kernel patches, it runs completely in user space
      2) it isn't restricted to serial lines (slip, uncompressed ppp). Finally you can use your ethernet links :)
      3) simpler configuration

      Congratulations to Fábio Yamamoto!

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