Files That You Need to set up a functional SOCKS server
The free OS/2 EMX port of Berkeley Internet Name Daemon (ZIP, 1014k.) Almost a drop-in replacement for IBM DNS Kit, but requires HPFS, and uses slightly more overhead.
These are extra files (ZIP, 538k) required for running some UNIX ports such as BIND for OS/2. Install according to instructions in the file.
GO 1.5 PROCESS UTILITY:
A nifty command line process (ZIP, 30k) and system utility, allows you to kill processes by executable name from the command line. Useful for starting and stopping the servers from the command line.
IBM DNS KIT FOR TCPIP FOR OS2:
Commercial product available from IBM Direct, or other OS/2 sources. Part number is 76G8086 (DOMAIN NAME SERV KIT.)
INJOY PPP DIALER:
Another OS/2 PPP dialer (ZIP, 619k) that supports auto-starting programs. Useful if you don't use the Advantis dialer. Shareware.
PPP Dial script (ZIP, 40k) that allows you to run programs after connection. Useful if you don't use the Advantis dialer.
An archive (ZIP, 5.8k) containing all the configuration files needed for my server system, and configuring a Warp 4 client system. See the README.TXT in the ZIP file to see what each file is used for, and where it should be placed.
This is the actual SOCKS server code (ZIP, 186k), written by an IBMer and made available free of charge.
WARP 3 BETA SOCKS CLIENT SUPPORT:
This is the "beta" SOCKS client (ZIP, 697k) support for Warp Connect. This beta was finalized for Warp 4, but I don't think anything except the beta is available for Warp 3. Regardless, it works well.
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