http://AoA.codeplex.com – tunneling software written using the pre-release version of the Rx framework. Currently the implementation only supports http protocol, the exchange of data is done by posting the data in http request and then returning the data accumulated on the server. This is done several times a second and requires an normal one directional http access.
The abstraction of the tunnel makes it easy to tunnel any protocols traffic over another protocol, thus the name – Anything Over Anthing.
Would be very glad if someone could add to this project
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