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  • Iptables Admin Tool

    iptables Admin Tool is used for the end users to make it easy to configure the iptables in Posix system. iptables Admin Tool will can be used very easily with help of GUI and this will controls the background process of iptables command.

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  • Jay's Iptables Firewall

    [not maintained anymore] Jay's Iptables Firewall is a script with support for multiple (external/internal) interfaces, TCP/UDP/ICMP control, masquerading, synflood control, spoofing control, port forwarding, VPNs (vtund), ToS, denying hosts, ZorbIPTraff

  • Kaladix BlueShield

    Kaladix Blueshield is a high level tool for configuring packet filtering with iptables/netfilter, policy routing and load balancing with iproute2 and traffic control through tc under GNU/Linux. With BlueShield you can easily create and maintain your

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  • KillerWall

    iptables based firewall for Linux

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  • LRP'omatic

    LRP'omatic - LEAF LRP configuration Tool - LRP'omatic is a web based configuration tool used to generate a LEAF bin image taking into account user hardware.

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  • Lightweight Linux Project

    The Lightweight Linux Project aims to create an exteremly small linux distribution. We aim to expand the project to allow the LLP to be used as a firewall, router, vpn concentrator thin client, or other device which could boot off of a floppy disk or ROM

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  • Linux Floppy Router

    LFR is a Linux/Netfilter based firewall/router on a single floppy disk. Think of it as a micro Linux distribution with a purpose. With LFR you can take that old 486 with 4 MB of RAM that you have in the closet and put it to good use. With a pair of ch

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  • Linux Network Solution Kit

    An easy, yet highly-configurable iptables-based firewall solution designed for everybody from home users to network admins. Functionality for IPv6, tunneling, IPSec, and advanced routing is planned.

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  • Linux Security Enhancer

    Linsec is a shell script firstly designed for slackware linux 10 and now supports most of linux distros. Linsec improves security of Linux systems (kernel parameters, network behaviour, iptables, critical files permissions)

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  • Linux for the soekris net4501 SBC

    linux4501 is a linux software distribution for the soekris net4501 single board PC (see www.soekris.com). It fits on a 16 or 32 MB Compactflash card and turns the 4501 into a firewall and (dsl) router. It can also be used as a starting point for your ow

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  • LokiWall

    A Firewallscript for Linux which allows you to do easy loadbalancing, dualrouting, failover, traffic control, etc. The script allows you to set up things in a few settings files and just run (after some kernel patching ;) ).

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  • LrFW

    LrFW Is a Linux RAM Baised Firewall. A fully featured firewall and router with no moving parts to break. In the future I may also write an optional Cisco PIX translator and interface.

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  • Milkshake

    Milkshake is a Slackware-based Linux distribution that boots from a USB stick and turns an unused PC into a home firewall/router. This project is currently in prealpha and is not intended for use yet. Please do not rate it up or down yet.

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  • Modular Interactive Firewall System

    MIFS - Modular Interactive Firewall System is just what the name says. It is an interactive modular firewall configuration system, that is question-answer based, and creates a configuration script for initializing an iptables/netfilter-based firewall.

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  • Multi-WAN

    Multi-WAN is a set of shell scripts that provide load balancing and failover for sites with multiple Internet connections. Multi-WAN provides redundant *inbound* paths as well, using a combination of IPRoute2 and IPTables rules.

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  • MutFi

    A firewall is used to control access to services (eg proxy) depending on the time of day, the day and the hosts the requests come from -- as the need may arise in a school or university. A web interface delegates control of activation to authorized users.

  • MyBSD, Mini OpenBSD Router/Firewall/Gate

    Mini OpenBSD Router/Firewall/Gateway with openssh, altqd, pfctl (firewall+nat), routed, snmpd, oidentd, simple shell menu config,multi user & wireless support. Fit on 8MB flashdisk & 24 MB ram.

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    Myra Canyon

    network control and reporting

    Easily turn a Ubuntu-based computer into a full linux router, complete with dhcpd, named/bind, iptables firewall, and packet inspection of the network traffic being routed. Deep packet inspection for layer 2 (mac), layer 3 (ipv4, ipv6), layer 4 (icmp, tcp, udp), and layer 7 (application-specific). Summary of network flows and all layers of inspected traffic is stored in a database at 1-second intervals. This database is then mined to drive the Apache/PHP web interface.

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  • NAAT-Sushi

    A port of MandrakeSoft's "Network Appliance Administration Tool" to OpenBSD.

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  • NAT66 module for OpenWrt

    IPv6-to-IPv6 Network Address Translation (NAT66),is an effective and convenient method to improve the scaling of routing in the Internet.This project discusses the NAt66 implement under linux kernel.It's developed and tested based on OpenWrt platform.

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  • NanoGen

    Small but complete enviroment for building custom embedded system (x86 and other). Based on the gentoo system and uclibc-embedded project. Ideal for small hardware like WRAP or Soekris.

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  • Netadmin- Administration tools

    The aim is to develop tools to help the network and the system administrator.The tools that we are working on are: 1.PAnalyze (Packet Analyzer) 2.Proxy Server implementing Application layer Filtering 3.RHCP( Remote Host Control Panel) 4.SBID (Statistical

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  • OpenBSD PF Accountant

    A Bourne shell script that monitors the OpenBSD packet filter firewall and provides a summary in HTML form.

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  • OpenUTM

    OpenUTM is an open source Unified Threat Management software framework to be used to combine together other open source projects to build an easily managed UTM firewall appliance.

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  • P2P Grab

    The p2p_grab script will make a log which is useful to generate an IP list. This list is inserted in cbq to shape the bandwidth for the users that use P2P programs. Also the IP list can be inserted in an iptables firewall script...

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