Easily create a fault-tolerant network tunnel to back-end machines having no direct inbound access. Connect to multiple TCP and UDP ports on secured remote systems by having just one of them make a single TCP connection outbound. Intermix IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and interfaces as needed, enabling the access of IPv6 back-end addresses over an IPv4 Internet connection or vice versa.
Installation is optional, and both components use relative file paths for true portability. Front-end shows real-time data statistics while back-end shows a real-time event log. Both ends can be text-file scripted for turn-key tunnelling without user-interaction. Static-built native code requires no special frameworks or libraries. Both 32 and 64-bit builds are provided for maximum performance.
Both components support running as system services, have full Unicode support, and were developed on Windows 8.1 to support the latest technology.
Changelog for this release:
Version 2.0 brings full UAC compatibility for proper support of Windows Vista and higher without the need for administrative privileges; UDP support for games, DNS, and voice applications; IPv6 support for maximum network extensibility; Console-side fault-tolerance for dependability; and much more.
800x600 or higher screen resolution. Linux use requires Wine.
An occasional nag that momentarily slows the forwards. No service install of Console during installation.