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Softick PPP brings Internet via USB to Palm OS devices
Posted on 24-Sep-2003 21:26 | Tags Filed under: Software

Softick PPP brings Internet via USB to Palm OS devices
The Softick PPP software acts as a PPP server on a computer, enabling Palm OS devices to connect to a LAN via USB cable or cradle. Using Softick PPP you can connect your Palm OS devices to your corporate LAN or Internet. Integrated NAT service makes this connection easy and secure.

Softick PPP includes simple NAT service to provide easy connection to existing networks. It doesn't require separate IP addresses for Palm devices. Softick PPP assigns IP addresses from a private pool and automatic translates addresses and manage connections.

You can send and receive mail, access intranet and Internet web servers, news groups and news channels or write your own distributed application using familar TCP/IP protocol.

Softick PPP features:
  • Support TCP and UDP protocols
  • NAT service
  • Multiple concurrent connections
  • Network Hotsync for Palm OS 5
  • Integrated packet sniffer
  • Automatic DNS detection
  • Full featured free 21 day evaluation version


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