a roaming daemon for wireless IEEE 802.11 NICs supporting the Linux wireless extensions. It is intended to configure the WEP keys according to the networks found
a WCCP (Web Cache Coordination Protocol) server daemon. It allows a router to redirect web traffic to a group of Squid servers using WCCP as the monitoring/controling protocol
WiFi Statistics Daemon
WiFi Statistics Daemon is a script which generates a PNG graphing signal/noise/link levels on a selected wireless interface.
xl2tpd a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) daemon. It supports IPsec SA reference tracking, which enables the IPsec stacks to support multiple l2tp clients behind the same NAT router and multiple l2tp clients on the same internal IP address. It is a fork of "l2tpd".
xllmnrd is an IPv6 LLMNR responder daemon. It allows Microsoft Windows clients to get the IPv6 address of a Linux server on the same local network without any DNS configuration.
XORP is the eXtensible Open Router Platform, an open- source router software stack. The goal is to develop a software router platform that is stable and fully featured enough for production use, and flexible and extensible enough to enable network research. It implements routing protocols for IPv4 and IPv6 and a unified means to configure them.
XVPND is a tunneling daemon designed to make non-IP-based communication possible through IPSEC VPNs. Currently supported protocols are IP broadcast, ARP, DHCP/BOOTP, and IPX. Other protocols could be supported via additional plugins.
Xyria:CDPNNTPd is a minimalistic, easy to configure NNTP server for Unix. The server is part of the Xyria-Networkservices project and is IPv6 ready.
ypbind-mt is a multi-threaded implementation of a NIS binding daemon. ypbind-mt compiles and works on Linux with glibx 2.x (libc6). It should work on every System with POSIX threads and glibc 2.x.
an attempt to create a daemon that bridges NIS clients to an LDAP server
Zebra manages TCP/IP based routing protocols. It supports BGP-4 protocol as described in RFC1771 (A Border Gateway Protocol 4) and RIPv1, RIPv2 and OSPFv2.