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NxFilter 4.0.6 Debian Linux
NxFilter 4.0.6 Debian Linux NxFilter is a freeware web-filter designed for enterprise environment. It started as a dns-filter. Now it provides web-proxy based filtering as well. NxFilter can do everything you can expect from a dns-filter or a web-filter. Faster and lighter Traditionally we made a web-filter based on HTTP proxy server. There are many commercial products based on Squid proxy. But with this approach you might have a serious latency problem on your network. This is because your web traffic needs to go through one point in your network that is your web-filter and it becomes a bottle neck in your network. This latency problem gets bigger when you have bigger number of users. But there’s another approach. That’s DNS filtering and NxFilter is a dns-filter. It’s basically a forwarding DNS server with filtering ability. Since it uses light weight DNS protocol there’s no need to have your traffic going through anywhere. You get no latency problem with NxFilter. Boosting up your Internet speed Some users reported that after they installed NxFilter on their network their Internet speed improved greatly. This is because NxFilter keeps local cache for DNS lookup. Suppose in your network everybody uses Google public DNS server or your ISP DNS server. Their DNS queries need to be sent to these DNS servers on the Internet and your users need to wait for the response back from these servers. But if you have NxFilter in your network it keeps cache for the DNS response from its upstream DNS servers and reduces the network traffic greatly and your users don’t need to wait for the response from these DNS servers on the Internet. Authentication Even though it’s faster and lighter compared to the traditional web-proxy based filtering, DNS filtering had its own limit in the past. It did not support user authentication. This ...
5/5 1,162 Mar 27, 2017
Jahastech
Why Can't I Connect? 32 bit Linux debian 1.12.3
==Official Mirror== Why Can't I Connect? 32 bit Linux debian 1.12.3 "Why Can't I Connect?" makes it easier to resolve TCP/IP connection errors. Use it to diagnose connections to common server types (Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Server, FTP, SFTP, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, IRC, LDAP, Usenet) and create generic TCP/IP clients and / or servers. “Why Can't I Connect?” is currently supported in Windows and Linux. "Why Can't I Connect?" Features: Network debugging Network diagnostics Email connection debugging Database connection debugging LDAP connection debugging Internet relay chat connection debugging Usenet connection debugging Network intrusion detection Change Info: Release 1.12.3 In this release: 1. Fixed a bug that would occasionally freeze the application when attempting to create a secure connection with an unsecured port. 2. Fixed a bug where "Advanced" sockets where not supporting secure connections.
5/5 2,744 Mar 13, 2017
Chris Ohmstede
Why Can't I Connect? 64 bit Linux debian 1.12.3
==Official Mirror== Why Can't I Connect? 64 bit Linux debian 1.12.3 "Why Can't I Connect?" makes it easier to resolve TCP/IP connection errors. Use it to diagnose connections to common server types (Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Server, FTP, SFTP, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, IRC, LDAP, Usenet) and create generic TCP/IP clients and / or servers. “Why Can't I Connect?” is currently supported in Windows and Linux. "Why Can't I Connect?" Features: Network debugging Network diagnostics Email connection debugging Database connection debugging LDAP connection debugging Internet relay chat connection debugging Usenet connection debugging Network intrusion detection Change Info: Release 1.12.3 In this release: 1. Fixed a bug that would occasionally freeze the application when attempting to create a secure connection with an unsecured port. 2. Fixed a bug where "Advanced" sockets where not supporting secure connections.
5/5 2,746 Mar 13, 2017
Chris Ohmstede
   
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