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SIMPLEPROXY(1)		    General Commands Manual		SIMPLEPROXY(1)

NAME
       simpleproxy - Simple tcp	socket proxy

SYNOPSIS
       simpleproxy  [-7]  [-v]	[-V] [-d] [-i] -P <POP3	users file> -L [<local
       host>:]<local  port>  -R	 <remote   host>:<remote   port>   -S	<proxy
       host>:<proxy port>

DESCRIPTION
       The  simpleproxy	program	acts as	a simple tcp proxy. It opens listening
       socket on local machine and forwards any	connection to the remote host.

OPTIONS
       simpleproxy accepts following options:

       -V      Version information.

       -v      Makes simpleproxy to write activity information	to  syslog  or
	       stderr.

       -7      Makes simpleproxy to strip 8th bit.

       -i      Use this	flag when starting simpleproxy from INETD.

       -d      By default simpleproxy does not detach itself from control ter-
	       minal and writes	all messages to	stderr.	This option  will  de-
	       tach it from terminal and make it write messages	to  syslog.

       -L [<local host>:]<local	port>
	       Local  host and port name or number to bind for listening. Host
	       name is optional.

       -R <remote host>:<remote	port>
	       Remote host and port name or number

       -P <POP3	users list>
	       If specified, simpleproxy will load  list  of  users  from  the
	       <filename>  (one	 per  line).  After this it will be forwarding
	       POP3 sessions only if client trying to  authenificate  as  this
	       user.

       -S <proxy host>:<proxy port>
	       HTTPS proxy server host and port	name or	number.

       -a <HTTP	Auth User>:<HTTP Auth Password>
	       Authenticate  to	 the  HTTPS proxy server with the given	userid
	       and password.  This option performs BASIC  HTTP	authentication
	       as specified in RFC 2617.  Used only in conjunction with	-S.

       -t <trace file>
	       If  specified,  simpleproxy  will  dump	all  data  that	passes
	       through connection to the specified file.

BUGS
       Only tcp	ports are supported.

SEE ALSO
       inetd(1M), services(4), http://www.crocodile.org/software.html

AUTHOR
       Vadim Zaliva <lord@crocodile.org>, Vladimir Karpinsky  <vlad@noir.croc-
       odile.org> Vadim	Tymchenko <verylong@noir.crocodile.org>

CONTRIBUTORS
       Pavel  Roskin <pavel_roskin@geocities.com>, Cedric Tefft	<cedric@earth-
       ling.net> Christophe Bothamy <cbothamy@sourceforge.net> Ulf  Harnhammar
       <metaur@telia.com>

				  Version 3.3			SIMPLEPROXY(1)

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