NNTPSwitch is a Linux NNTP content router. It's aimed at high-performance news servers for ISPs and Usenet resellers. NNTPSwitch forwards client connections to multiple backend servers to get its actual articles. Depending on the backend server type, all NNTP commands and extensions are supported, including (remote) authorization. Accounting is supported in a user-friendly matter for data limited NNTP connections.
|Tags||Communications Usenet News Clustering/Distributed Networks|
|Licenses||Freeware BSD Revised|
Release Notes: This release adds a lot of different features, including rate-limits on a user or virtualhost basis, LDAP authorization, and RRD statistics support. A few necessary NNTP protocol enhancements are created, like the retrieving of articles on Message-Id.
Release Notes: This release added a range of new authentication and accounting options as well as a completely new configuration. Access and authentication is now linked to user profiles, which define a set of defaults for groups of users (for example, a virtually hosted ISP). Backend servers can now be load-balanced or configured for failover to improve the general level of service. There were also bugfixes and other smaller enhancements.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release but it also adds some new features, including group based authentication and several extra user limits. Additionally, statistics generation has been greatly improved.
No changes have been submitted for this release.