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What is PortMarshaller software from Coral Works, Inc., what is it used for and how to use it?
Software-based TCP/IP port forwarder and network administration service
PortMarshaller is a software-based TCP/IP port forwarder and network administration service. The software accepts connections on a particular TCP port, and establishes connections to a different TCP port to fulfill requests. This capability offers a solution to various network topology problems. Administrative web interface allows the monitoring of connection and data transfer statistics. New access control lists, which support both "allow" and "deny" lists, can be used to filter all incoming connections. New connection log options allow opened, closed, blocked and failed connections to be saved to disk. Optionally integrates with Internet Information Services (IIS) for its advanced abilities.
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PortMarshaller is a software product developed by Coral Works, Inc. and it is listed in Internet category under Network Tools. PortMarshaller is licensed as Shareware which means that software product is provided as a free download to users but it may be limited in functionality or be time-limited.
You may need to pay at some moment to continue using product or to use all functionalities. You can run PortMarshaller on all modern Windows OS operating systems. PortMarshaller was last time updated on 16.06.2011 and it has 2,206 downloads on Download.hr portal. Download and install PortMarshaller safely and without concerns.
PortMarshaller Change info
Added support for optional connection logging
Internet Explorer 4.0 or greater
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