A NAT-PMP daemon for Linux.


Stallone runs on devices that perform Network Address Translation
(NAT), allowing machines on private networks to request that TCP and
UDP ports be forwarded to them. The protocol used is called NAT Port
Mapping Protocol (NAT-PMP) which was originally implemented in Apple's
AirPort devices.

It is currently written for Linux machines using IP Tables.


License: LGPL

Vendor: Philippe Troin <>


stallone-0.4.0-3.fif30.src [379 KiB] Changelog by Philippe Troin (2019-10-28):
- Add BuildRequires: gcc.
stallone-0.4.0-2.fif30.src [379 KiB] Changelog by Philippe Troin (2018-01-12):
- Fix FTBFS on FD_SET.