Captive portal and access control manager for Linux-based hotspots
OnireonSimpleSpot is a simple, lightweight captive portal and access control manager designed for Linux server-based public hotspots. It uses Iptables to manage user accesses control and and PHP to provide a flexible and highly customizable captive portal frontend. OnireonSimpleSpot is simple to install, simple to manage, simple to maintain, simple to customize; and damn lightweight!
Batch script based to mange hosted network for virtual WiFi
Manage the Virtual WiFi, based on Hosted network of Microsoft Windows(R) whose hosted network feature.
A simple NAT(network address translator) for IPv6 (Linux only). Make sure if you really need it before using it. Functions: 1. IPv6 auto configuration; 2. TCP, UDP and ICMP-Echo port forwarding; 3. static port mapping for TCP and UDP.
The system performs administration of the users with Internet access through a static IP addresses or PPPoE sessions, limits their speed and automatically stops the service provided after a specified date. Get the latest development version. git clone https://github.com/mysticall/imslu.git
Free TCP hole punch 4all
ROVELLA allows to share TCP resources over the internet, also from machine behind firewall and without a public IP nor static. It is simple and inexpensive. You can run multiple instances on a single public machine to share multiple services also on different machines. Version is 0.1, but it works pretty well!
VisualVNC is a connector between virtual network and physical network.
VisualVNC is a connector between virtual network and physical network. A virtual network mainly refers to the topology created by GNS3 (Graphical Network Simulator, a popular network simulator), the physical network means the real machines or virtual machines (created by VMware, virtualbox and so on) which are running Windows.
Asynchronous Spatial Division Multiplexing Router for On-Chip Networks
This project provide a reconfigurable asynchronous SDM router which can be configured into a basic wormhole router or an SDM router with multiple virtual circuits in every direction. Features: * 5-port router for mesh network (0 south, 1 west, 2 north, 3 east, 4 local) * The dimension order routing (XY routing) * Available flow control methods: wormhole, SDM, VC * Reconfigurable number of virtual circuits, buffer size, data width * Fully synthesizable router implementation * SystemC testbench provided Languages: * Routers are written in synthesizable SystemVerilog * Test benches are provided by SystemC Software requirements: * The open source Nangate 45nm cell library * Synopsys Design Compiler (Synthesis) * Cadence IUS -- NC Simulator (for SystemC/Verilog co-simulation)
Find information to forward eMule ports
Doubleclick on arz.bat and it will generate a text file where you can find almost all useful information to forward eMule ports in your router. You can paste the file content on IRC or a forum to start getting help.
Experiments with anonymous routing
Anond is a ongoing experiment striving to provide transparent IP-level anonymization using virtual network interfaces, peer-to-peer and overlay network techniques. Anond is an implementation of an anonymous routing protocol with ideas taken from the paper "Anonymous overlay network supporting authenticated routing" by Roman Schlegel and Duncan S. Wong.
Load-balancer Appliance in 5 minutes
Artica Load-Balancer is load balance and fail over appliance for TCP based services. it is usable for HTTP(S), SSH, SMTP, DNS, etc.. This appliance is typically located between network clients and a farm of servers. It designed to dispatches client requests to servers in the farm so that processing load is distributed.
BGPHist stores MP-BGP updates activity and history into a database.
BGPHist is a tool that able to get MP-BGP updates, decode it, and write to the backend storage for logging and monitoring purposes. It support not only internet routes, but also these address families: 1. ipv4 multicast 2. ipv4 labeled unicast 3. vpnv4 unicast 4. ipv6 unicast 5. ipv6 labeled unicast 6. vpnv6 unicast 7. l2vpn vpls-vpws 8. ipv4 mvpn Backend storages supported - text output, MySQL database and Oracle database. For MySql backend there is also a simple PHP frontend. Possible usages: 1. Monitor and log ISP's customers activity for Internet and VPNs. 2. Use as a passive BGP looking glass for all possible VPNs and Internet. 3. Backend for some external monitoring and accounting system. BGPHist should be connected to the BGP route reflector as a client to get all routing updates. It does not have code to generate BGP update messages, it's only a listener.
Open Source BGP Looking-glass
BigPlg allows the collection of the IPv4 Internet routing table which may be viewed by service providers and/or ISP customers to validate IP routing across autonomous systems. Routing updates may also have attributes aliased to become (graph) readable. This function exists to allow the exporting of RIB updates to Splunk, or any such data collector. A beneficial side-effect of collecting BGP routing information is the ability to track BGP updates/events local or remote(upstream). To analyze events Splunk is supported. A JSON/Socket API is currently under development. Custom graphs can be easily implemented if taken the time to do so. There's certainly no need to rely on Splunk if one developed another way of displaying data. This project is meant to be nothing more than a route collector, and it's interface is solely CLI(command line interface). This project does not have graph data "out of the box".
Ferramenta Web para Administração de Firewall
Ferramenta web para administração de regras de firewall para pequenas redes que inclui scripts de inicialização de redes, configurações de integração com Squid e um Balanceador de Cargas Simples. Baseado no projeto squidadmin.
A DeadWood DNS Implementation made easy on Windows.
DeadWood DNS is a distributed DNS tool that help ensure smooth DNS operation using a swarm of servers rather than just your ISP's DNS Servers.
Tool Kit for Network Management through a terminal server.
Provides a toolkit for the network engineer who is stuck in the ridiculous situation of only being given terminal server access to their network, and not allowed any devices inside the network.
The protocol MCOM (Multipoint relay Connectionless Multicast) is a connectionless multicast protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. It scales with a large number of multicast groups and has a good protection for packet delivery under high mobility. The MCOM protocol is suited for dynamic MANETs in terms of mobility and the density of multicast group members. This source code of MCOM is implemented in Click Modular Router, a software architecture for building flexible and configurable routers.
A Deterministic Energy-efficient Clustering protocol for WSN
Wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies have been employed in recent years for monitoring purposes in various domains from engineering industry to our home environment due to their ability to intelligently monitor remote locations. In this paper, we have developed a purely deterministic model that utilizes clustering to organize the WSN. We propose a deterministic energy-efficient clustering protocol that is dynamic, distributive, self-organizing and more energy efficient than the existing protocols. It utilizes a simplified approach which minimizes computational overhead-cost to self-organize the sensor network. Our simulation result shows a better performance with respect to energy consumption, which is reflected in the network lifetime in both homogeneous and heterogeneous settings when compared with the existing protocols. It is worthy of note that our approach approximates an ideal solution for balanced energy consumption in hierarchical wireless sensor networks.
lua-scriptable mesh routing
Dymos consists of a standalone implementation of DYMO (ietf-draft 5) and a lua scriptable control program. This software has been integrated into the OpenWRT framework (coming soon), allowing scriptable radio mesh routers to be easily deployed on a variety of hardware. Dymos uses a plug-in framework to allow easy addition of drivers for devices and applications which require channel monitoring for things like QoS.
A distance vector routing protocol based on delay for IPv4 & IPv6
A new routing protocol called Delay Based Routing Protocol (DBRP). It is a flexible distance vector routing protocol with a metric based on delay. It natively supports IPv4 and IPv6, and can also carry information for common services such DNS servers
Dyper is a framework for adding connection tracking and dynamic pinhole capabilities to stock routers/switches that allows multiport protocol communication to be maintained with other sites under least privilege while achieving maximum performance.
This is a program built on top of Python, Scapy, and Scapy EIGRP to aid in auditing the security of EIGRP implementations. Read the white-paper at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZVNwi5KRkbY_PxMoODTvwSh3qpzdqiRM9Q4qppP2DvE/edit?pli=1
This tool is used to develop small applications that can run on MIPS-based embedded Linux devices - mainly WLAN routers. It is possible to debug these applications using GDB with the GDB backend provided by this tool.
EnguiMapCLI CLI IP Network diag tool (Binary)
EnguiMapCLI was created as the result of a partnership between EnguiSoft and Kraig Beahn, CEO at L2Networks Corp. EnguiMapCLI provides basic CLI style IP MTU testing, estimating the default internet transit providers maximum transport unit, while also providing standard network adapter information, including the hardware (mac-address), assigned IPv4 address, gateway status and round trip time in a convenient, yet compact and easy to read format. Written in both Pure C, AutoIT v3 and wrapped into a single, portable executable for easy transfer and use. This tool is being provided to the global Information Technology community, in hopes that it may be useful in streamlining local network support and in turn spurring a more detailed knowledge of how Layer-2 and Layer-3 technology functions, at a more advanced, enterprise level.
An enhanced stable election protocol for wireless sensor network
While wireless sensor networks are increasingly equipped to handle more complex functions, in-network processing may require these battery powered sensors to judiciously use their constrained energy to prolong the effective network life time especially in a heterogeneous settings. Clustered techniques have since been employed to optimize energy consumption in this energy constrained wireless sensor networks. We propose an Enhanced-SEP clustering algorithm in a three-tier node scenario to prolong the effective network life-time. Simulation results shows that the Enhanced-SEP protocol achieves better performance in this respect, compared to other existing clustering algorithms such as LEACH and SEP in both heterogeneous and homogenous environments.