Configurable UDP and TCP port forwarding for Windows. Define IP address ranges to allow or block for each port being forwarded. Have program forward multiple ports simultaneously. Have program log connection events to a text file.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:32
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Provides easy-to-use, quick-to-configure UDP and TCP Windows-based port-forwarding. AUTAPF is stand-alone and does not require any underlying components, for the port forwarding is done within the program itself. UDP and TCP means that you can forward multi-player games and Web-servers with the same program, at the same time.
# Define IP address ranges to allow or block for each port being forwarded.
# Optionally control IP address filtering via external program or script - in real-time.
# Have program forward multiple ports simultaneously.
# Optionally define a description for each port being forwarded.
# View the current data throughput speed of each port forwarding operation.
# Have program log connection events to a text file.
# Have program hide in taskbar.
# Run program without installing (if desired).
# Bounce connections back to connector (on same or different port).
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