plugDaemon
plugDaemon
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plugDaemon2.5.4

11 December 2007

Basic TCP/IP load balancing proxy.

Overview

plugDaemon is a basic bare-bones load balancing TCP/IP proxy, suitable for use in firewalls, NATting, and generally plugging network security and configuration issues.

What's new in plugDaemon

Version 2.5.4:
  • Fixed abort when incoming connections close too fast and getpeername fails immediately after accept.

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How would you rate plugDaemon app?

2 Reviews of plugDaemon

Dom21
11 December 2007
Version: 2.5.4

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Up front this is not a knock on the product because I have no idea what it is, does, or what to do with it. I just wish intriguing software like this came with plainly written easy to comprehend, step-by-step instructions. Like, if this is some sort of proxy that hides your real IP address on the Internet (for example) I wish it would just say so!
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Neil-M
11 December 2007
Version: 2.5.4
If you visit the developer's site; "DESCRIPTION Plugdaemon acts as a "dumb proxy", forwarding a TCP/IP stream from a port on one host to a possibly different port on a separate host. It runs as a daemon to reduce latency in setting up a connection, and optionally logs every connection via syslog" You could also use google to understand it or find out what plug-gw is. http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-6350-1053294.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Load_balancing_%28computing%29 But if you don't know and can't find out - chances are you don't need it DOM.
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Dom21
11 December 2007
Version: 2.5.4
Up front this is not a knock on the product because I have no idea what it is, does, or what to do with it. I just wish intriguing software like this came with plainly written easy to comprehend, step-by-step instructions. Like, if this is some sort of proxy that hides your real IP address on the Internet (for example) I wish it would just say so!
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