Brutman.Com edit / delete

The author of mTCP, a lightweight TCP/IP stack for early PCs. Being able to run an FTP server on my AT definitely beats moving files around on floppies! (And was about the best way to rescue the existing contents of the hard disk.)

to msdos networking pc retrocomputing tcpip ... on 13 September 2015

apenwarr/sshuttle edit / delete

A VPN system that works over TCP without TCP-over-TCP problems. On the local machine, a transparent proxy and some firewall rules to rewrite outgoing traffic to it; the transparent proxy reassembles TCP streams, and feeds the data over a multiplexed ssh link to a proxy running on another machine. Neat. It doesn't currently have an option to use SSH's built-in SOCKS support, though -- and it would be cool if it could be made to use an arbitrary SOCKS proxy (e.g. Tor's).

to networking reassembly ssh tcp tcpip transparent-proxy vpn ... on 18 January 2015

robertdavidgraham/robdns ยท GitHub edit / delete

A high-performance DNS server. The reason it's high-performance is that it includes its own network stack...

to dns networking performance software tcpip ... on 03 October 2014

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