The SBridge application was designed to connect two TCP/IP servers together creating a “bridge” for the data transfer between them.
SBridge can be used to connect TCP/IP servers on the same machine or across any accessible network. SBridge can even be located on a third machine, transparently connecting two application servers for logging communications between them.
Here are some key features of “SBridge”:
■ Connect to two TCP/IP servers.
■ Log all data over the bridge to disk. Useful for debugging traffic communications between TCP/IP servers.
■ Connect two SRedirect serial ports servers over a network/LAN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SBridge is a network/LAN transport software package that interconnects two TCP/IP application/server applications. SBridge has many features and advanced options making it a perfect fit for mid-to-large sized communications projects for data transfer and logging. SBridge offers users the ability to connect to any two TCP/IP application/server applications where data transfer is needed. SBridge also allows users to create very powerful “group bridges” where any data associated with the bridge can be configured to go to a specific bridge server, saving space on the network while preserving shared resources.
SBridge was developed to have a very simple to install and use. SBridge can even connect to TCP/IP servers that are directly connected to the user’s machine. SBridge is extremely versatile, and can be used in very short time.
SBridge can communicate with other networking apps over the Internet (e.g. iChat).
SBridge is designed to be easily attached to any TCP/IP server (e.g. MTS, Lotus Notes, iFolder, etc.) to create a bridge. Since the SBridge application is a networking application, SBridge can be used to interconnect computers on a LAN. SBridge also can be used as an access point for a LAN to the Internet.
SBridge users can connect to other local and remote TCP/IP applications by specifying a user name and a password of their choice.
SBridge users can access any TCP/IP application on their local and remote computers by using the network address of the TCP/IP application to which they are connecting as the IP address and the application name as the domain name.
SBridge can be used to send data to a local or remote server, other TCP/IP applications, or even web application servers.
SBridge can be used to create bridge servers that connect to any TCP/IP application. These bridge servers can be configured to log any data sent over the bridge to the SBridge log file or to disk.
SBridge is reliable, powerful, and easy to use.
Speed: SBridge has been designed to provide a fast data transfer when using TCP/IP. When attached to local or remote TCP/IP applications, SBridge may be faster than most other TCP/IP applications that are installed on the user’s machine. SBridge is designed to allow for exceptional performance for sharing data over a network.
Operating System Support: SBridge works with all Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, and

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SBridge is a powerful interface to two or more TCP/IP servers. It can easily handle larger data applications such as file servers, web servers, or any application that requires bidirectional data transfer.
Unlike standard network servers, SBridge is not a networking device. It has no hardware or software interface to the network, and it does not require a physical connection to a network router. All applications run on the same platform as the application servers. SBridge connects the applications via streams, just as you’d connect a program to a serial terminal. The direct access to the applications eliminates any latency in the transfer.
The SBridge application is a single executable, so you don’t have to worry about installing on multiple machines or installing modules on each machine to build the application. It works “out of the box” and there is no setup required on the application. SBridge is portable and can be used on any operating system.
The result is a simple and easy to use interface to any TCP/IP server. Use it in a DOS environment, or embed it into a Windows application. Use it to connect to other SBridge instances, or to program a stand-alone file server application.
Here are some key features of the SBridge:
■ Access any TCP/IP server application for logging, debugging and troubleshooting.
■ Create a bridge for any TCP/IP server applications.
■ SBridge works “out of the box” on any operating system. No setup required on the application or the server.
■ Bind the server and application together in streams. Streams are very easy to develop, debug, and create.
■ No latency when transferring data.
How to install SBridge in one of your local Windows environment:
This example uses Unix-like operating system running on the local host, but most of the configuration steps can be done on any Windows operating system.
■ Open the “SBridge” folder, double click on “Install.bat” to start the installation program. This is a DOS batch file.
■ In the “Installation Type” window, select “I want to install SBridge”. The rest of the work is done by DOS.
■ When the installation program finishes, SBridge will be installed into the DOS environment.
How to start SBridge in Windows environment:
■ Run the SBridge.bat file that is in the “SBridge” folder.

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SBridge is a TCP/IP server that will connect to two other TCP/IP servers and simply forward all data between them. SBridge is useful for connecting two machines on the same network or connected across a LAN. SBridge can be located on any machine connected to the network. SBridge is also capable of logging all traffic passing through the bridge to disk for later analysis.
SBridge can be used to transfer data between two servers that does not support SNMP or other forms of network management technology.
SBridge also allows two machines to be tunneled through using a reverse SSH session. That means the reverse SSH session can be used to tunnel your traffic between two machines that do not support the Standard OpenVPN protocol or VPN protocol in general. The details of the reverse SSH traffic tunneling are described here: SBridge Tutorial
How SBridge works:
SBridge works by acting as a “bridge” for other TCP/IP servers. SBridge listens for network connections from an outside machine and when a socket is received, SBridge will forward the incoming data across to the server listening on the other side of the SBridge. SBridge will listen for a return socket from the other end of the bridge. The second server can be any machine and can be any type of machine, but to make it simpler, SBridge will work by listening on localhost (127.0.0.1) and passing the incoming socket connection through to the server listening on 127.0.0.1. If the other side of the bridge was listening on 127.0.0.1 and it does not return a socket to SBridge, then SBridge will close the socket. SBridge will not allow incoming data to pass through the bridge if the return socket is not returning data on the other side of the bridge.
The following is a quick diagram that shows how SBridge can be used:
SBridge can be used to connect two servers on the same machine. SBridge can also be used to connect two servers across any type of network including a physical LAN or a virtual private LAN service (VPLS). SBridge is a simple, and easy to setup, bridge between two TCP/IP servers. Setup instructions are located here.
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SBridge is a tool for connecting two TCP/IP servers together creating a “bridge” for the data transfer.
SBridge is designed to connect two TCP/IP servers together in a complete, open, flexible, high performance communications bridge. The two servers can be located on the same machine or spread across any accessible network.
SBridge was designed to connect two servers for logging all data over the bridge to a text file for analysis and debugging purposes.
SBridge can be used to connect TCP/IP servers on the same machine or across any accessible network.
SBridge can even be located on a third machine, transparently connecting two application servers for logging communications between them.

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Description:

SBridge is a tool for connecting two TCP/IP servers together creating a “bridge” for the data transfer.
SBridge is designed to connect two TCP/IP servers together in a complete, open, flexible, high performance communications bridge. The two servers can be located on the same machine or spread across any accessible network.
SBridge was designed to connect two servers for logging all data over the bridge to a text file for analysis and debugging purposes.
SBridge can be used to connect TCP/IP servers on the same machine or across any accessible network.
SBridge can even be located on a third machine, transparently connecting two application servers for logging communications between them.

■ Connect to two TCP/IP servers.

SBridge is designed to perform three functions:

■ Connect to two TCP/IP servers.

■ Log all data over the bridge to disk. Useful for debugging traffic communications between TCP/IP servers.

■ Connect two SRedirect serial ports servers over a network/LAN.

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SBridge is a tool for connecting two TCP/IP servers together creating a “bridge” for the data transfer.
SBridge is designed to connect two TCP/IP servers together in a complete, open, flexible, high performance communications bridge. The two servers can be located on the same machine or spread across any accessible network.
SBridge was designed to connect two servers for logging all data over the bridge to a text file for analysis and debugging purposes.
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