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DOCUMENTATION 》 TOFFEE-DataCenter :: Features Supported

TOFFEE-DataCenter supported features (as on 18-Aug-2017):

  • Web configuration GUI
    • configuration/setup wizard
    • management port
    • live stats/performance monitoring/reports
  • Command Line Interface CLI
  • Compression
    • LZO
    • ZLIB
  • Deduplication (protocols/applications supported)
    • HTTP
    • HTTPS
    • SSL
    • SSH
    • DNS
    • MDNS
    • FTP
    • NFS
    • SMB
    • ICMP
    • NetBIOS
    • SNMP
    • SMTP
    • SSDP
    • POP
    • LDAP
    • NBSS
    • Google QUIC
    • NTP
    • Google Hangouts (gtalk)
    • Skype
    • SIP
    • RTP/RTCP
    • IMAP
    • IPMI
    • IAX
    • MySQL (MariaDB)
    • PostgreSQL
    • Torrent
    • Teamviewer
    • VNC
    • Telnet
  • server CPU load-share/throttle/scale-up
  • dynamic MTU optimization: Refer1, Refer2, Refer3
  • Deduplication w.r.t CPU/Hardware scale-up
  • data packaging: Refer1
  • hardware offload support: Refer1


Here is a quick architectural perspective of how TOFFEE-DataCenter optimizes incoming discrete packets:
Packet Optimization with TOFFEE-DataCenter [CDN]

Features yet to be supported in the future:

  • a complete TOFFEE-DataCenter FreeBSD port
  • Webmin support/integration
  • L4 filter (optional/low-priority)
  • Deduplication
    • GlusterFS



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