LANdialler 0.2

LANdialler is a project which controls your router's dial up links from any computer (modem sharing).
LANdialler is a project which controls your router's dial up links from any computer (modem sharing).

LANdialler allows any computer (Windows, Linux, etc.) on a small LAN to control and share a modem attached to a *nix server.

It is typically used with IP masquerading or NAT on a Linux router to provide a house or small office with shared, on-demand, Internet access.

If you have a small home or office network (a LAN) that connects to the Internet via a dial up link on a Linux computer, then LANdialler could be of real use to you. If you haven't got a Linux router yet find out how to set one up. The LANdialler client software should run on most operating systems, including Windows and Linux.

LANdialler consists of two programs:

The client is run on all desktop computers that require Internet access. It talks to the server, requesting Internet connectivity for as long as the user requires it. The interface is very simple, which is officially a "good thing".

The server runs on the router and manages the state of the dial up connection. It keeps track of the number of people who have asked to go online and keeps the Internet connection up until the last user disconnects.

Requirements:

· Python (2.3 or later)
· GTK+ (2.0 or later)
· PyGTK

What's New in This Release:

· completed support for GTK+.
· drastically improved error handling.
· added -c, -d and -u command line parameters.
· fixed Model.detach() method.

last updated on:
March 21st, 2007, 10:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Graham Ashton
homepage:
landialler.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking

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