- 80 of the Best Linux Security Applications
A compilation of 80 of the best Linux security applications which help to protect the integrity of a system. For each application we have created its own portal page, providing a detailed description of the software, its features, with links to other relevant resources
- ATM on Linux
ATM on Linux is an experimental release, which supports raw ATM connections (PVCs and SVCs), IP over ATM, LAN emulation, MPOA, Arequipa, and some other goodies.
- AXIS OpenBT Stack
an open source bluetooth stack for Linux (and other operating systems). Support for SDP/L2CAP/RFCOMM
Berkeley Internet Name Domain: implements an Internet name server for Unix operating systems. The BIND consists of a server (or `daemon') called `named' and a resolver library.
- Dan Kegel's ISDN Page
a good general ISDN information page
- Dynamics - HUT Mobile IP system
Dynamics - HUT Mobile IP system is a scalable, dynamical and hierarchical Mobile IP software for Linux operating system.
Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs To Useful Systems (Eucalyptus) is an open-source software infrastructure for implementing "cloud computing" on clusters. The current interface to EUCALYPTUS is compatible with Amazon's EC2 interface, but the infrastructure is designed to support multiple client-side interfaces.
- Firewalling and Proxy Server HOWTO
Firewalling and Proxy Server HOWTO is designed to describe the basics of firewall systems and give you some detail on setting up both a filtering and proxy firewall on a Linux based system.
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority: an organisation that conducts open processes to continue the critical assignment of unique parameters that allow the Internet to function. This embraces the principle of industry self-regulation.
- IANA - Port Assignments
a document that describes the Well Known Ports, the Registered Ports, and the Dynamic and/or Private Ports
- Internetworking Firewalls and Networks
dedicated to Internetworking. Here you will find information that covers LAN's, WAN's, Protocols such as IP, DNS, FTP, ICMP, Routing protocols such as OSPF, RIP etc, Ethernet, Routers, Firewalls, Security, IP Routing, Subnetting and a lot more
- Introduction to Data Communications
an introduction to synchronous and asynchronous data transmission, telephony, local loops, LANs, MANs, WANs, ADSL, ISDN, Wave Modems, plain ole modems, POTS, CO, cabling, line encoding, RS-232, modulation, multiplexing, OSI model, Ethernet, Token Ring, Frame Relay, X.25, TCP/IP, packet sniffing, and much more
- Introduction to Linux Networking and Security
Introduction to Linux Networking and Security provides a good starting point for a newbie to learn about Linux networking and security issues.
The Interplanetary Overlay Network (ION) software distribution is an implementation of Delay-Tolerant Networking (DTN) architecture as described in Internet RFC 4838.
IoTivity is an open source software framework enabling seamless device-to-device connectivity to address the emerging needs of the Internet of Things.
- IP Routing for Wireless/Mobile Hosts
developed routing support to permit IP nodes (hosts and routers) using either IPv4 or IPv6 to seamlessly "roam" among IP subnetworks and media types
- Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control
dedicated to discussion of the topic of their HOWTO, Linux Advanced Routing & Trafic Control
- Linux and Mobile IP
information and implementations of Mobile IP for Linux
- Linux IP Networking
a guide to understanding how the Linux kernel (version 2.2.14 specifically) implements networking protocols, focused primarily on the Internet Protocol (IP). It is intended as a complete reference for experimenters with overviews, walk-throughs, source code explanations, and examples
- Linux PCMCIA Information Page
includes a set of loadable kernel modules that implement a version of the PCMCIA 2.1 Card Services applications program interface, a set of client drivers for specific cards, and a card manager daemon that can respond to card insertion and removal events, loading and unloading drivers on demand
- Linux SNMP Network Management Tools
a discription of the graphical distributed tools that are available for Linux
OpenID is a free and easy way to use a single digital identity across the Internet.
We are building the worlds best network management system with the assistance of the network management community and making it free and open.
- RAID Solutions for Linux
short for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks, is a method whereby information is spread across several disks, using techniques such as disk striping (RAID Level 0) and disk mirroring (RAID level 1) to achieve redundancy, lower latency and/or higher bandwidth for reading and/or writing, and recoverability from hard-disk crashes
Samba is an Open Source/Free Software suite that has, since 1992, provided file and print services to all manner of SMB/CIFS clients, including the numerous versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Samba is freely available under the GNU General Public License.
- Secure DSL Hosting through Linux
a description of how to host webs/email using Linux and DSL
provides links and information on network management, including software, RFCs and tutorials. The focus is on SNMP and Internet management, but people interested in other management technologies will also find interesting information.
SuperSockets provides a fast and transparent way for any networked applications to dramatically improve performance. In combination with Dolphin Express hardware, application implemented with a sockets interface can take advantage of extremely low latency and high bandwidth.
- The Network Administrators' Guide
by Olaf Kirch: a complete Linux book detailing networking configuration and issues in great detail.
an Internet Computing Platform (ICP). It processes problems in machines distributed over the Internet. It is designed to suport specially problems that can be processed in parallel with low communication rate and high processing time
a system for the rapid, automated deployment and management of overlay networks. Current overlays, such as the M-Bone for multicast IP and 6-Bone for IPv6, require manual configuration and management. Ad-hoc overlay networks are increasingly used to provide rapidly-deployable virtual infrastructure over the production Internet, but no tools are available to manage these overlays