tcpxd is a TCP/IP relay or proxy, allowing a connection to a port on a system to be forwarded to another port on any other system. It is useful for firewalls and service relocations, and is small, simple, and fast. It's also easier to learn than netcat and supports TCP_NODELAY, alternate local ports, partial connection closures, and non-blocking connects.
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX|
Release Notes: Now becomes a daemon by default, includes RPM packaging files, and fixed --once.
Release Notes: Binding the listen port to an interface, proper handling of SIGPIPE to prevent connection reset aborts, and reworked command line argument processing.
Release Notes: This release features extreme verbose mode that dumps all data in packets, and is now considered to be stable.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.