Ethernet Frame Diverter is mainly used for setting up a bridge with Squid running on it and transparently caching the Web traffic between the LAN and the router. "Transparent" means that no reconfiguration of the router or the clients is required. It also means that, in case of trouble, the machine can be replaced by a simple crossover RJ45 patch cord.
IT/m libthreadedserver provides the required class and framework to create threaded servers in C++. It helps you in the task of writing threaded servers using the POSIX threads library. The classes provided with this library allow you to quickly create a custom threaded server while hidding the details of the theaded-dependent code implementation.
The Load Balancer Project is a tool that allows you to balance requests using clusters of servers. The goal is to achieve high availability load balancing with a simple configuration for the load balancer and the network topology. It leaves the servers untouched so the configuration only resides on the load balancer, and it allows you to manage any type of service via a plugin model design and a transparent proxy feature.
SIB (Simple IPX Bridge) is able to tunnel IPX and IP frames received by your ethernet device via UDP over the Internet. It keeps track of the path MTU and splits frames if neccesary, can compress the frames via LZO, keep track of local MAC adresses, filter SMB over IPX to reduce traffic, is able to handle custom filters, and is easy to use. It is maintained and tested with 2.2 and 2.4 kernels, and can produce traffic statistics.
Using nothing more than a web browser, developers can implement dynamic data-driven storefronts with an integrated shopping basket, catalog, hierarchical categories, boolean product search, and order processing. Your eShop's architecture lets developers prepare and market specialized look and feel, payment processing, and shipping modules.