(v12.0.8745.650 started 2023-12-10 23:25:14 on VM2)
This program acts as Application Gateway, Relay or Proxy for TCP/IP and UDP/IPconnections. It may separate different networks (internal networks, Internet etc.).
Incoming TCP/IP and UDP/IP connections are terminated at the gateway and the gateway creates new TCP or UDP connections towards the destination.
Here can you see some Features where the Application Gateway is useful and enhances security.
Configuration is done via two .csv files: Group Table and Routing Table.
Various protocols and functions can be configured via Keywords in the Type field within the Routing Table.
ApplicGate supports multiple network interfaces with any number of IP addresses and configuration with Hot Standby.
ApplicGate is available for Windows and Linux: Windows (clients and servers) prerequisites: - .NET Framework version 4.8 or - .NET version 6.0 or higher Linux prerequisites: - .NET version 6.0 or higher Differences between Windows and Linux can be found here.
Multiple instances may run on one system at the same time.
Descriptions how to install and start ApplicGate: For Windows and for Linux. ApplicGate has a built-in update mechanism. A description can be found here.
To run ApplicGate in help mode without installation see here.
Hints to configure the operating system to detect broken TCP sessions can be found here.
In order to create individual help content, the status connections implement a web server for help information:
Store files that start with the string "Help--" into the directory where the .exe file of the Application Gateway is stored.
Then create the file Help--01.htm and refer to your individual help files. Link to your individual help file (Help--01.htm)
This computer program is provided as-is. There is absolutely no warranty.
This computer program is protected by copyright law and international treaties.
Unauthorized decompilation, reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, is forbidden.
Unauthorized decompilation, reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted.