A fast cross-platform FTP client
FileZilla® is a cross-platform FTP, SFTP, and FTPS client with a vast list of features, which supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and more. FileZilla's dynamic tools help you move files between your local machine and your Web site's server effortlessly. For example, Filezilla lets you compare your files with in-directory server files to manage file syncing. You can also tab browse between servers and transfer files to them simultaneously, as well as edit server files on the go. And Filezilla is available in 47 languages worldwide!
Client software for users of the Automatic Packet Reporting System amateur radio network.
Program for filesharing using Direct Connect and ADC protocols
EiskaltDC++ is a cross-platform program that uses the Direct Connect and ADC protocols. It is compatible with DC++, FlylinkDC++, LinuxDC++ and other DC clients. EiskaltDC++ also interoperates with all common DC hub software.
Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support.
Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support. The Homer software is able to communicate in peer-to-peer mode without any infra- structure. But it also supports SIP servers (PBX boxes) as well. The amount of participants per live video conferences is not limited by the software. Besides the conference functions, Homer can also be used for video/audio streaming, recording and screencasting. Video as well as audio data from files or hardware devices can be streamed to every conference participant individually. Additionally, video/audio streams can be started as separate unicast transmissions to any host in the local network or the Internet with quality settings ranging from very low to very high (HDTV). Such streams can be received by Homer and can again be recorded to disc and made available for offline playback. Source code: https://github.com/Homer-Conferencing/Homer-Conferencing
NMDC Hub Server
Verlihub is a NMDC hub server that runs on all operating systems. It is written in C++ and has many rich plugins including Lua, Python and Perl.
Makes it easier to resolve TCP/IP connection errors.
"Why Can't I Connect?" makes it easier to resolve TCP/IP connection errors. Use it to diagnose connections to common server types and create generic clients and / or servers. A source tar, a 32 bit and 64 bit rpm, a 32 bit and 64 bit deb, and a 32 bit Windows install exe are available. The 32 bit Windows executable runs fine in 64 bit Windows systems. Go to: https://www.whycanticonnect.com/?q=instructions for help / instructions. Go to: https://www.whycanticonnect.com/?q=knowledge-base to make requests, report bugs, ask questions, and view solutions.