wodVPN is VPN peer-to-peer ActiveX
component that is used to establish Virtual Private Network between
two peers. All communication between those peers is encrypted and
secured. Peers are able to forward local and remote ports, send
Redirects full network traffic
Using included virtual 'WeOnlyDo Network Adapter' you can route
all network traffic for specified adapter to remote wodVPN peer.
That way you can make real VPN between multiple "many-to-many"
wodVPN instances. Each local instance will route traffic to one
corresponding wodVPN peer. All packets are routed - ICMP, UDP and
Uses UDP packets
wodVPN will work fast over network connection since it uses UDP
packets for communication. It implements reliable UDP transfer,
similar to TCP stack by itself.
Supports TCP and UDP forwarding
Both TCP and UDP packets can be sent over wodVPN. You can
initiate local port forwarding, but also remote port forwarding -
any side can behave as the server. Furthermore, wodVPN has SOCKS
server support - it can listen (usually on port 1080) and provide
SOCKS service to any local application capable of using SOCKS proxy.
Such socksified connection will be sent to other peer which will
then redirect it to real computer.
When there are UPnP (Universal plug-and-play) devices found on
your network, wodVPN will try to use them to ease up establishing
connection with remote peer.
Free mediator to locate other peer
Free mediator server is provided. Besides wodVPN's mediator
capabilities, there is also a simple PHP script that
will listen for incoming UDP packets and redirect them to other
peer. You can (and you should!) run it on any PHP-capable server
that you can reach with both peers.
Searching for peers is really simple - Search method will provide
it fast and easy. And if you already know where your peers are - you
can just call Connect method on any side to establish link between