RSS 2821 projects tagged "Networking"

Download Website Updated 06 Aug 2013 wavemon

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Vit 8.56

wavemon is a ncurses-based monitor for wireless devices. It allows you to watch the signal and noise levels, packet statistics, device configuration, and network parameters of your wireless network hardware. It has currently only been tested with the Lucent Orinoco series of cards, although it should work (with varying features) with all devices supported by the wireless kernel extensions written by Jean Tourrilhes.

Download Website Updated 06 Aug 2013 GNU MAC Changer

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MAC Changer is a GNU/Linux utility for viewing/manipulating the MAC addresses of network interfaces. It can set specific, random, vendor-based (with a 6600+ vendor list), and device-type-based MACs.

Download Website Updated 25 Jul 2013 WiFi Statistics Daemon

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Vit 1.00

wifistatd is a script which generates a PNG graphing signal/noise/link levels on a selected wireless interface.

Download Website Updated 22 Jul 2013 PacketFence

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Vit 21.03

PacketFence is a fully supported, trusted network access control (NAC) system. It includes a captive portal for registration and remediation, centralized wired and wireless management, 802.1X support, layer-2 isolation of problematic devices, and integration with the Snort IDS and the Nessus vulnerability scanner. It can be used to effectively secure networks, from small to very large heterogeneous networks.

No download No website Updated 19 Jul 2013 nrun

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nrun is a tool that runs a single command or script on multiple target servers synchronously. ncopy will copy a file or directory to multiple target servers. The underlying remote access mechanism is interchangeable, and currently supports ssh, nsh, rsh, and local execution modes. The return code and all command output is logged.

Download Website Updated 16 Jul 2013 Static Multicast Routing Daemon

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Vit 8.20

SMCRoute is a daemon and command line tool to manipulate the multicast routes of the Linux kernel. It can be used as an alternative to dynamic multicast routers like 'mrouted' in situations where (only) static multicast routes should be maintained and/or no proper IGMP signaling exists.

Download Website Updated 13 Jul 2013 pimd

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Vit 3.70

pimd is a lightweight, stand-alone implementation of Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode. It implements the full PIM-SM specification according to RFC 2362 with a few noted exceptions.

Download Website Updated 13 Jul 2013 mrouted

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Vit 6.40

mrouted is an implementation of the DVMRP multicast routing protocol. It turns a UNIX workstation into a DVMRP multicast router with tunnel support, in order to cross non-multicast-aware routers.

Download Website Updated 12 Jul 2013 EagleMQ

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Vit 16.73

EagleMQ is a high-performance and lightweight queue manager.

Download Website Updated 10 Jul 2013 skd

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skd is a small daemon which binds to a UDP, TCP, or Unix-domain socket, waits for connections and runs a specified program to handle them. It is ideal as a secure, efficient replacement for traditional inetd. It is also an easy-to-use tool for non-privileged users wanting to run their own network services. Datagram and stream sockets are available in both the Internet and Unix namespaces, each with the expected inetd behavior. In the Internet domain, IPv6 is supported in addition to IPv4. skd also supports connection limits, verbose logging of connections, dropping of privileges, forking into the background with a pidfile, and redirecting stderr to syslog or a file. Some of these facilities (such as forking into the background, privilege dropping, and logging) are also useful for standalone, non-network services and can be used without binding any socket.

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A program that generates Java GUIs from natural language.