AWDS (Ad-hoc Wireless Distribution Service) is a layer 2 routing protocol for wireless mesh networks. It provides transparent Ethernet-like access to all participating nodes, thus easily allowing the employment of different higher level protocols like IP (with DHCP), IPv6, AppleTalk, etc.
AdRem sfConsole provides fast, Web-enabled remote and local access to the NetWare console from the Linux desktop. It is protected with strong encryption and eDirectory authentication. Remote access of the console is possible via the Web, a firewall, Linux machines, NetWare Remote Manager, ConsoleOne, or NWAdmin. Users can restrict access to individual screens and commands, open multiple server and program screens simultaneously from a single console, as well as connect to the server and transfer files even when eDirectory is inaccessible. Unlike Novell RConsole, sfConsole does not overload Windows, and it supports all NetWare versions.
Addns.pl is a self-contained DynDNS update client for DynDNS.org (and possibly others). It supports a variety of IP detection methods including external webcheck/router pages. It also supports multiple configurations and hostnames, smart abuse prevention, and custom/static/dynamic DNS, and can run as a daemon, commandline options only, or with a configuration file.
Aps is a small tool for analyzing network traffic. It prints out a great deal of information about the relevant protocols including TCP, UDP, ARP, and ICMP. It allows you to filter IP addresses, hardware addresses, ports, and specific protocols. It comes with a little GTK-GUI displaying packet counters for each protocol.
Advisory Check is a program that reads security advisories for you. It gathers security advisories using RSS, RDF, or XML feeds, compares them against the installed software, and alerts you if you're vulnerable. A wide variety of package managers can be queried to detect installed software. Remote systems can be monitored by using the integrated SSH, Windows-RPC, and Nmap support.
Afghan Hound Quote of the Day Daemon uses both TCP and UDP port 17 to return a random quote from fortune(6) style quote files. It has performance benefits over other programs which use fortune(6) to source their quotes. The server also includes the ability to limit the number of client connections per second. Client and benchmarking programs are included in the package.