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reaim Enable AIM and MSN file transfer on Linux iptables based NAT
Installed size 116
Maintainer Chris Boyle <cmb@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 0.8-5
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1), iptables, logrotate, adduser
Suggests rdtool
File name pool/main/r/reaim/reaim_0.8-5_i386.deb
Description ReAIM is a compact transparent proxy designed to be run on or behind a Linux iptables based firewall. When run behind a simple address-translating firewall, the current AIM client software does not allow direct-connections between users to work. AIM requires direct-connections for file and image transfers. . This proxy is designed to transparently intercept AIM client messages and pass them through a configurable filter/rewrite chain. This allows selective modification of the source address provided in direct-connection setup packets, and so remote users can be told to use the global internet routable address, rather than the actual IP address of the client on the local network. . The current code is alpha quality. But the proxy is working in AIM messaging and file sharing. It also has preliminary support for MS Messenger file transfers. . Some iptables rules are needed to make ReAIM work correctly. Please see the reaim man page.

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