shd-tcp-tools is a set of TCP network tools that supports port forwarding, network load balancing, rate limiting, and running servers behind firewalls. tcp-pf, listentwo, and connecttwo are port forwarding tools. tcppipe is a one-directional TCP pipe that can be used as a substitute for one-directional netcat transfers, but with load balancing and rate control support. tcp-pf can be used to forward a port from one host to another with load balancing and rate control support. network load balancing scheme means using an interface or destination host based on past transfer history. The listentwo and connecttwo tools can be used to run servers inside firewalled networks through third party TCP proxies.
|Tags||Networking Internet Communications|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX|
Release Notes: This release adds an option to delay incoming connections (-w). This option can be used to slow down port scanners. The code was cleaned up. The documentation was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds two new TCP tools. tcppipe works like a one-way netcat that can do load balancing and bandwidth rate control. tcppipe-least can be used to manipulate and show host files safely with locking.
Release Notes: New features were added and bugs were fixed in tcppipe. The documentation was improved.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented one operation mode in tcppipe from functioning was fixed. A shell tool was implemented for inspecting and manipulating host files.
Release Notes: A one-directional TCP pipe tool which does network load balancing was implemented.