netatalk is an implementation of the AppleTalk Protocol Suite for Unix
The current release contains support for EtherTalk Phase I and II:
||DDP - Datagram Delivery Protocol
||RTMP - Router Table Maintenance Protocol
||NBP - Network Binding Protocol
||ZIP - Zone Information Protocol
||AEP - Apple Echo Protocol
||ATP - AppleTalk Transaction Protocol
||PAP - Printer Access Protocol
||ASP - AppleTalk Session Protocol
||AFP - Apple Filing Protocol
MacKerberos is the suite of system components required for secure
network connections using Kerberos IV in the Macintosh environment. The suite consists
of AuthMan, KClientMan and AuthMan UAM. Authman issues a kerberos ticket for the
duration of a session when a user enters his or her kerberos password, thus
voiding the need to re-authenticate every time a different computing service is
accessed during the session.
WinKerberos is a Win32 implementation of Kerberos IV, a user authentication
system developed at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
kSamba is used for AFS translation in University of Michigan Campus sites.
It also allows Windows workstations to authenticate and connect to UNIX
SMB servers via a kerberos out-of-band negotiation. Samba 2.0.6, modified
to support AFS and kerberos, is implemented on the server side.
Hindsite is a web-based DNS and DHCP configuration management system that
simplifies the management of multiple sites.
Hindsite displays DNS and DHCP information in an easy-to-read format. It also
allows the editing of said information by users with the appropriate permissions.
umimspd is the University of Michigan's server-side implementation of the IMSP
(Internet Mail Support Protocol.) IMSP is a client/server-based protocol that
provides additional functions, such as remote preferences and addressbooks, to
IMAP mail clients.
Nefu monitors various network services, such as DNS, SMTP, ping, and HTTP.
It also determines points of failure and reports the current status of the monitored
beepage is a client/server package for text paging. Pages sent over TCP/IP
are received by a Unix-based client and server, which transmit the data to any
paging service providers that support the Telocator Alpha-numeric Protocol (TAP).