a simple, cross-platform, multi-client TCP proxy
tcpproxy is a cross-platform, multi-client TCP proxy written in rust, that is designed for those "one-time" tasks where you usually end up spending more time installing a proxy server and setting up the myriad configuration files and options than you do actually using it.
tcpproxy is a command-line application. One instance of
tcpproxy should be started for each remote endpoint you wish to proxy data to/from. All configuration is done via command-line arguments, in keeping with the spirit of this project.
tcpproxy [-b BIND_ADDR] -l LOCAL_PORT -h REMOTE_ADDR -r REMOTE_PORT Options: -l, --local-port LOCAL_PORT The local port to which tcpproxy should bind to -r, --remote-port REMOTE_PORT The remote port to which TCP packets should be forwarded -h, --host REMOTE_ADDR The remote address to which packets will be forwarded -b, --bind BIND_ADDR The address on which to listen for incoming requests -d, --debug Enable debug mode
Where possible, sane defaults for arguments are provided automatically.
tcpproxy is available via
crate, the rust package manager. Installation is as follows:
cargo install tcpproxy
Pre-complied binaries for select platforms may be available from the
tcpproxy homepage at https://neosmart.net/tcpproxy/
tcpproxy is open source and licensed under the terms of the MIT public license.