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Xvpnd is project that started in march 2005 as a project for two students of the U.S.T.L (Universit? des Sciences et Technologies de
Xvpnd is project that started in march 2005 as a project for two students of the U.S.T.L (Universit? des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France), Jonathan Derque and Jean-Fran?ois Smigielski. This project was proposed by Philippe Dumont, a Ph.D. of this University.
Mainly used VPN provide support for IP-based communication, and that's all! Our goal was to build a daemon providing a VPN additionnal support for:
... anything else
Having no constraints, we build a client/server-embedded daemon that:
sniffes, encapsulates and sends the packets on the client side
receives and re-injects the packets on the server side
We made these choices:
read the startup information in a configuration file parsed with lex and yacc
use the UDP/IP transfer protocol between daemons
rely on the libpcap to sniff the packets
make manually the raw injection process
What's New in This Release:
This release is a collection of bugfixes and small improvements.
XVPND now uses a multi-threaded server for better availability.
A hook for periodic tasks has been added to the protocol API.
The overall speed of the ARP plugin has improved.
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