QDPF was written to solve the problem of exposing internal services to the Internet. It runs on machines which bridge two networks and forwards TCP/IP packets from one to the other. Its main use is to expose corporate or Intranet services to the Internet, by running it on an intervening machine. TCP sessions can also be followed in detail using the 'trace' option. QDPF is a Java console application.
|Tags||Text Processing General Networking Firewalls Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The translated (default) trace option now leaves CR-LF characters untreated, allowing for easier visual interpretation of trace output.
Release Notes: A new TCP Protocol Trace, allowing you to follow both sides of a TCP session with user-friendly output, a fix for a nasty bug with the asynchronous socket reader whereby in certain rare cases, the first packet of a session would be dropped, and 8-bit cleanness.
Release Notes: This release adds logging to STDOUT so that connections coming through can be seen. This could be used for accounting and security audits.
Release Notes: This release adds a small change to the threading code to improve performance by avoiding several mandatory sleeps.
Release Notes: Initial release.