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CameraSentry is a powerful and versatile video surveillance program for Linux. It is intended for use in single or multi-camera video security applications, including commercial or home video security and monitoring.

DateNov 8, 2016

AuthorBersoft

Size16.3 MB

LicenseShareware

Price$50.00

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Multimedia

CameraSentry for Linux

C-MOR Video Surveillance VM is a Virtual Machine which covers all the features of the Video Surveillance Appliance C-MOR. It records a lot of IP cameras of well-known brands and supports the video standards MJPEG and JPEG.

DateSep 8, 2012

AuthorC-MOR Inc.

Size213.2 MB

LicenseShareware

Price

PlatformAndroid, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X

CategoryLinux Internet

C-MOR IP Video Surveillance VM Software

Axmjpeg application retrieves JPEG images from an MJPEG over HTTP stream that conforms to the Axis Video API, HTTP Interface Specification. Axmjpeg retrieves JPEG images from an MJPEG over HTTP stream. The HTTP stream must conform to Revision 2.

DateOct 23, 2010

AuthorJeff Forys

Size9.2 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Multimedia

IPAC-NG is the iptables/ipchains based IP accounting package for Linux. It collects, summarizes, and nicely displays IP accounting data. Its output can be a simple ASCII table, or graph images. Ipchains and iptables are supported.

DateOct 10, 2010

AuthorAl Zakharov

Size194.6 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Cisco IP Accounting Fetcher is a set of Perl scripts that allows you to fetch IP accounting data from Cisco routers. There is the only one config file - "getdata.conf for configuration..

DateAug 5, 2010

AuthorAnatoly Ivanov

Size12.3 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

ip-filter-cgi is a set of perl script to modify rules of IP Filter (IP Filter is a TCP/IP packet filter cf: http://coombs.anu.edu.au/~avalon/ip-filter.html). If you make any improvement, correction send it back to.

DateSep 17, 2010

AuthorAlexandre Dulaunoy

Size48.1 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP-Array is a Linux iptables firewall script written in bash. IP-Array allows the creation of precise, stateful rules, while remaining easy to configure.

DateSep 16, 2010

AuthorAllKind

Size71.7 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP Bandwidth Watchdog (ipband) is a pcap based IP traffic monitor. It tallies per-subnet traffic and bandwidth usage and starts detailed logging if specified threshold for the specific subnet is exceeded.

DateOct 6, 2010

AuthorAndrew Nevynniy

Size35.8 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

external IP shows your current external IP in the browsers statusbar. External IP is set to check your IP address once every hour..

DateOct 4, 2010

AuthorErik Morlin

Size4.1 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

VISCA Camera Control Library is a library for controlling a VISCA(tm) compliant camera through the RS232 port of your PC. VISCA, on its side, is a protocol developed by Sony so that a lot of machine vision cameras from Sony are compliant with VISCA.

DateSep 1, 2010

AuthorDamien Douxchamps

Size307.2 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Programming

Local IP Takeover provides network link redundancy within a single server that has multiple network interface cards (NICs) with each NIC connected to separate network switches. If the primary NIC fails (i.e.

DateSep 20, 2010

AuthorFrederik Dannemare

Size11.3 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Camera Life (FDCL) is a system for cataloging your photo collection. Camera Life project gives users the ability to search your archive by albums that you set up, or by directory structure.

DateSep 1, 2010

AuthorFull Decent

Size0

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP Traffic Meter is a traffic counter for IPv4 addresses. It uses the DB4 database from Berkeley to keep its counters, the pcap library for monitoring, and the gd library from Boutel to create graphics.

DateSep 12, 2010

AuthorGeorge Alexandru Dorobantu

Size69.6 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Stone is an application layer TCP/IP packet repeater. It repeats TCP and UDP packets from the inside of a firewall to the outside or vice versa.

DateSep 24, 2010

AuthorHiroaki Sengoku

Size84.0 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

The Linux IP Personality patch adds to your Linux 2.

DateOct 2, 2010

AuthorIP Personality Team

Size143.4 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP-Atlas tries to plot your location or any other host on the internet using the NetGeo data. It finds the latitude and longitude coordinates of the host and plots it on an image for you.

DateAug 3, 2010

AuthorIvan Kozik

Size93.2 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP::Anonymous is a Perl port of Crypto-PAn to provide anonymous IP addresses. SYNOPSIS use IP::Anonymous; @key = (0..31); my $object = new IP::Anonymous(@key); print $object->anonymize("192.0.2.0").

DateAug 16, 2010

AuthorJohn Kristoff

Size5.1 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Programming

Linux IP Firewalling Chains is an update to the 2.0 Linux Firewalling code, for the 2.2 Linux kernel. It is required to administer the IP packet filters in Linux kernel versions 2.1.102 and above.

DateAug 5, 2010

AuthorJos Vos

Size133.1 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Pol-IP is a complete traffic control system for a Linux NAT box with multiplataform clients. It has a user-friendly wizard to config the system in which you can add, delete or chage, clients or groups bandwith, in a hierarchical structure.

DateOct 9, 2010

AuthorLeandro Stasi

Size21.5 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

IP Tables network magic SysRq is a new iptables target that allows you to do the same as the magic sysrq key on a keyboard does, but over the network. Why to use the remote sysrq?

DateOct 22, 2010

AuthorMarek Zelem

Size25.6 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet