rConfig is a network device configuration management utility for network engineers to take frequent configuration snapshots of their network devices. It lets you choose which commands you want to run against your devices. Simply configure rConfig with the list of commands you wish to apply to a category of devices, and add devices to the category. Create a scheduled task, and rConfig will do the rest.
Moonbeam provides a simple way to keep track of all your bookmarks in a central location, instead of being attached to whichever browser you're currently using. Its advantage over services like del.icio.us is that the data is kept on your server. Additionally, each bookmark can be assigned an arbitrary number of metatags, so Web sites that don't fit neatly into one category can be given all the tags that apply, which also makes finding them easier.
Hotspot Service retrieves billing information about wireless ISP hotspots. It uses a SOAP client to retrieve several types of information, including the current connections, transactions, gateways, and accounts, and whether the gateway is online. It can be used to create new accounts.
phpSocketDaemon is a PHP socket daemon framework that can handle thousands of client and server connections, asynchronously, with built-in buffering, state handling, etc. Implementing a new TCP client or server service (or a mix thereof) with this library is very easy, and allows maximum flexibility.
Nanoserv is a sockets daemon toolkit for PHP 5.1+. It is object oriented and features native support for TCP with SSL/TLS and UDP connections, multiplexing and forking listeners, handlers for raw connections, line input, HTTP, SMTP, XML-RPC, Syslog, transparent inter-process communications with forked handlers, and more.
PALDAP is yet another LDAP administration tool which includes a complete PHP LDAP API. It features an advanced LDAP schema parser. It is designed to be comfortable for experienced LDAP administrators, but it is also made so that LDAP administrators can configure it in such a way that it will be easy enough for their users to use.
Simple Server provides an interface for implementing TCP socket servers by handling the connections, and sending and retrieving data to the clients that connect to the server. The class has the ability to buffer the data received from the clients. The data may be returned to the calling script in smaller chunks split by a given divider character sequence. This is convenient for line-oriented protocols with which the line break and line feed character sequence is used to delimit the protocol commands.