NetworkActiv AUTAPF enables Windows-based machines to forward UDP and TCP ports, similar to a broadband router. The port forwards can be configured and monitored using a graphical user interface, or you can administer them remotely using a Web browser. Data statistics and connection events can be viewed in real-time, and connection data can be logged to individual files. UDP datagrams can be split multiple directions if desired. All the network features are fault-tolerant for reliability. Program installation is optional. Running as a system service is available.
AUTAPF can optionally be pre-configured via a script; and its IP filtering rules can be changed in real-time via an external script. A 64-bit build is available for maximum performance on supported operating systems.
Unlike others, AUTAPF provides a dual-mode user interface, allowing administration via its HTTP Web interface at the same time as via its Windows-based graphical user interface. IPv6 is fully supported. No third-party components are needed as the program is fully self-contained. Literally thousands of ports can be forwarded simultaneously (using the 64-bit build). Its handling of heavy loads and its automated fault-tolerance systems also set AUTAPF apart from the competition. Additional unique features include the ability to filter client IP addresses using an external, open-source plugin that supports HTTP Web requests and the ability to manipulate the actual data being forwarded (whether TCP or UDP) using a custom plugin.