mjhservers 200806011646

mjhservers is a project which consists of event-driven servers for FTP, POP3, LMTP, TACACS+, and others.
mjhservers is a project which consists of event-driven servers for FTP, POP3, LMTP, TACACS+, and others.

mjhservers is a set of highly configurable event-driven servers for FTP, POP3, LMTP, TACACS+, and other protocols. These servers feature a modular authentication sub-system, SSL, and IPv6 support, and are very scalable and efficient.

The software should compile out of the box for recent versions of Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and Solaris.

Daemons provided by "mjhservers":

· spawnd is a broker with load-balancing functionality that listens for incoming connections on IP, UNIX or possibly IPv6 sockets, accepts them and finally forwards them (using ancillary messages over UNIX domain sockets) to the spawned server processes.
· ftpd is a highly configurable event-driven FTP daemon with TLS/SSL and IPv6 support, and much more.
· pop3d is an event-driven POP3 daemon. The manual has a short description on required Postfix patches, too (alas, these are quite out of date, and may or may not apply cleanly to current versions).
· lmtpd is an event-driven LMTP daemon, useful only in conjunction with pop3d.
· mavis and mavisd implement the modular authentication sub-system used by ftpd, pop3d et al.
· mod_auth_mavis is an Apache module for MAVIS based authentication.
· tac_plus is an event-driven TACACS+ daemon which utilizes the MAVIS backend for authentication and authorization (and may get its user data from LDAP, a suitable minimalistic tacacs.schema for OpenLDAP is included).
· tcprelay is an event-driven TCP connection forwarder.
· tcpmapd is an experimental daemon that interfaces the MAVIS system to Postfix.

last updated on:
June 13th, 2008, 8:57 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.pro-bono-publico.de
license type:
The Apache License 
developed by:
Marc Huber
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking
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