TCP Tunnel is a command line tool
that allows you to forward TCP connections made to your computer.
TCP Tunnel redirects TCP connections from a local port to a remote
IP and port. Generally speaking, TCP Tunnel forwards any TCP protocol.
For example: HTTP, SMTP, POP, TELNET, NETBIOS and SSL.
TCP Tunnel has HTTP proxy support. That is, connections
may be tunnelled through a variable number of HTTP proxies. This
allows your software to use Internet services based on TCP/IP
when there's a firewall that blocks outgoing connections. Also,
if the proxies don't reveal your IP address you will be able to
do anonymous TCP connections!
TCP Tunnel runs on Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP.
Future versions of TCP Tunnel will have the following
- Logging switches for full logging. Very useful when trying to
understand the protocol that is tunnelled.
- Access control based on IP addresses.
About the demo version
The software has 30 evaluation days. No features are disabled.
Read more in the online manual and