This is a packet relay server that connects echoWare enabled applications together across the Internet, regardless of intervening firewalls or NAT routers.
Current echoWare-enabled applications include Kaboodle, a LAN management and LAN-to-LAN connectivity tool for Windows, and EchoVNC, an implementation of VNC that doesn't require port forwarding to work through NAT routers and firewalls.
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