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An ISDN, DSL / PPPoE and ATM driver for Internet access and modem software
cFos for Windows is a ISDN, DSL / PPPoE und ATM driver for Internet access and modem software.
cFos data compression can be activated (cFos to cFos) with the “-43b” parameter and the “AT&K1″ command. If your CAPI driver supports CAPI-V.42bis data compression, it can be enabled using the “AT&Q1″ command.
cFos is a perfect ISDN and DSL Dial-in Driver.
cFos NT/2000/XP is a DSL & ISDN driver for internet access and modem software, and runs on Windows NT 4.0 an higher. Technology: ISDN, DSL / PPPoE and ATM.
The Shareware Version also includes the cFos/ATM extensions for testing purposes. The key is Traffic Shaping!
Here are some key features of “cFos”:
- cFos allows application for serial ports to be used with ISDN and DSL.
- Protect yourself against expensive dialers! cFos can block certain prefixes or warn you when they are being dialed. More info here!
- A small firewall (packet filter) as a first defense against simple attacks from the Net. No substitute for a full-fledged firewall – but definitely a good start!
- cFos offers an easy, convenient way of managing free time and data volume online. It tracks and displays how many free hours, minutes or megabytes you have remaining. This lets you make the most of the free time or volume you get from your Internet provider. For more info (in German), click here.
- You can configure cFos for multiple COM ports. This will allow simultaneous data transfer through multiple channels by using Multilink PPP for your dial-up network connections.
- If you use the “-L4″ parameter, cFos will monitor and display all incoming calls. In addition, a LOGFILE.TXT is created and written to disk if you enter “-L1, -L2″ or “-L3.” Your local area code can be turned off by adding “-h=.” But the Call Monitor can do so much more! For instance, you could have incoming calls trigger sounds and launch programs (see also cfini_e.htm).
- Display connection status and parameters as animated skins! The Call Monitor and all COM ports each get their own window, which is opened and closed as needed by cFos. More details can be found here.
- By adding “-jt” as a parameter, you can have cFos keep your computer automatically synchronized with ISDN time, which ensures your PC clock always runs the correct time.
- If you enter “ATS19=n,” cFos will close the connection after n minutes of inactivity. Adding “S74.0=1″ will disconnect you only when your current charge unit is over, which ensures your units are used with maximum efficiency and at the lowest cost to you.
- cFos data compression can be activated (cFos to cFos) with the “-43b” parameter and the “AT&K1″ command. If your CAPI driver supports CAPI-V.42bis data compression, it can be enabled using the “AT&Q1″ command.
- The “ATS10.9=1″ command allows cFos to react to incoming calls by generating a ringing signal through the speaker (cFos/Win). If you copy the CFRING.WAV file into the cFos directory, you can choose from a selection of WAV sounds to be played instead.
- cFos supports CAPI modem emulation. If the CAPI driver of the ISDN card includes this functionality, cFos is capable of calling analogue modems as well as handling incoming analogue calls.
- Data transfer through the ISDN D-channel.
- Special cFos version for ATM-based broadband networks.
- The file modem.txt lists all cFos modem commands. In addition, you will find fine-tuning instructions there. For example, “ATS70=12″ lets you track actual cost instead of charge units on the status window. You can also suppress broadcast of your ISDN phone number by entering “S73.”
- All in all, cFos provides more than 50 modem commands and 100 registers for optimal configuration.
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What’s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
- Added NSPlayer to the list of streaming clients, so layer-7 detection
- finds streams even if not marked with the appropriate content-type
- HTTP attribute.
- We now choose to send pings to a fast responding hop, even if it is further
- away from us than a slower one. Thanks to PULARITHA1 for inspiration.
- Now you can switch the type of pinger with “cfo pinger “, where prot
- is “tcp”, “udp” or “icmp” to the same ttl and usermode/kernelmod, but
- different protocol.
- x For whatever reason, packets of streams with l7-protocols set normal
- priority did not “fall through” as is documented, but were set to default
- priority right away. This has been fixed. Thanks to eXtreme for leading
- my attention there.
- x Switches -dscp, -weight, -vlan-id, -vlan-prio can now be used for default
- class as well. Thanks to vadim for bug report