Web-based LDAPv3 client that runs either with its built-in mini-HTTP server or under the control of a Fast CGI-enabled web server. Supports numerous LDAP bind methods and can display all schema references including inheritance in its integrated schema browser. Includes HTML templates for modifying input forms and LDIF templates for adding new entries.
Classic VPN daemon for Unix, Linux, Windows and Mac systems. Uses tunnelling and encryption techniques to create secure connections between hosts on the internet. Supports IPv6 routing over VPN and creates VPN connections over existing IPv6 networks.
This software router is available either as a live CD or a VMware image; designed for x86 machines, it supports all the standard LAN and WAN devices from DSL to 10GbE. You can operate it either from a console or a web interface. Also supports IPv6; different versions available; download requires registration.
Tests the performance and availability of your network connection (intranet and internet) and diagnoses problems. Shows the cause (your computer, the provider or the internet) and provides extensive information about the connection, such as trace route, IP address locations or ping times.
A more lightweight DNS and DHCP server for smaller networks. Serves the names of local machines in accordance with the file /etc/hosts and redirects requests from unknown machines. Also supports static and dynamic DHCP leases as well as BOOTP/TFTP to network boot machines with no data storage device.
Automatically configures routers using various presets. Provides communication between computers by setting up Nat-PMP and UPnP for network software. Opens ports and allows inquiries from the internet to be sent to a computer.
IPSec VPN client. supports any IPSec firewall for secure network dial in. "Smart Environment Detection" remembers the last used networks including all profiles and IPSec parameters and changes the settings automatically when the user dials into a known network.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) browser for reading and searching through any LDAP or X.500 directory with an LDAP interface. Handles all the standard operations such as insert, delete, copy and edit, as well as more complex operations such as copying and deleting entire directory trees.
Manages several remote desktop connections in a network. The user simply needs to double-click in order for a connection to be established; supports centralized connection management and 256-bit AES encryption and is plug-in extensible; also supports connection to, for example, Dropbox and SkyDrive. A version of iOS Royal TSX available for Mac OS X is also under development.
Enables you to access other computers in the network, for remote maintenance, for example. Includes functions for file transfer, creating software and hardware inventories, and for audio, video and text chat. It records sessions and can be controlled by script.