Provided by: dante-server_1.1.18.dfsg-0.1_i386
danted - network proxyserver
danted [-DLVdhnv] [-N number] [-f file]
Dante implements the socks standard and can function as a firewall
Dante relays TCP and UDP both from outside the network and in, and from
inside and out.
The options are as follows:
-D Dante will detach from the controlling terminal and run in the
background as a system daemon.
-L Displays the license Dante comes under.
Dante will fork of number copies of itself when starting. Can
be used for very busy servers.
-V Verifies config file and exits.
-d Enables debugging.
-ffile Dante will read its configuration from file.
-h Shows the currently valid options.
-n Disables TCP keep-alive messages. Normally Dante enables TCP
keep-alive messages so that connections from machines that have
crashed or for other reasons no longer can be reached time out.
-v Displays Dante version.
TMPDIR Use TMPDIR for temporary files. Since Dante uses lockfiles it
is recommended that TMPDIR be set to a (local) filesystem with
Dante server configuration file.
For Inferno Nettverk A/S, Norway:
Michael Shuldman <email@example.com>: Design and implementation.
Karl-Andre’ Skevik <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Autoconf and porting.
Information about new releases and other related issues can be found on
the Dante WWW home page at http://www.inet.no/dante.
See the accompanying BUGS file. New ones should be reported to
Feb 17, 2001 DANTED(8)