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Secure your web server with cache, load-balancing,
Secure your web server with cache, load-balancing, bw limits, configurable NTLM/HTML/HTTP/1.1-digest/basic authentication and 256-bit industry strength SSL/TLS encryption, authentication, bandwidth limiting and load balancing with failover protection as well as GZip acceleration and link translator, anti hot-linking and only the best architectural design and highest performance and security for the Windows platform by utilizing multiple CPUs/CPU-core Features: Memory cache implemented for 1Gbps performance with single (core) 32-bit Pentium/Athlon/Duo Core 2 256-bit SSL/TLS accelerator with support for OpenSSL hardware cards and self-signed certificate creation Load balancing in URL-aware fashion: point each domain/path to different/same target LAN server/port Anti hot-linking feature enables webmasters to control other sites linking to their multimedia content--prevents leeching of bandwidth URL Rewrite with regular expressions provides a descent way to simplify links for search engines and other sites Bandwidth limiting per URL rule per IP/port GZip compression accelerator with configurable compression rates for each object extension Failover protection with both ICMP and HTTP server validation Cookies created make session persistence possible among client-to-target-server matching Filter/pass firewall: Filter with respect to IP, reverse DNS and even client IP country Client connections pooled with dynamic load determination algorithm High performance on-the-fly HTML absolute link transformer DynDNS.org and No-IP.com dynamic DNS auto updater client built-in User-friendly HTTP/XML controller interface for remote admin access HTTP/1.1 basic and digest authorization with users definable per URL rule Supports W3C Extended Log Format with selectable fields and NFServer v2 screen and file logging--configurations setable in URL granularity
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