Products

Treck Embedded IPv4/IPv6

Treck IPv4/IPv6 dual stack allows you to utilize IPv4 technology for today's market with the option to activate IPv6 connectivity when you need it.


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Treck Embedded IPv4

Treck IPv4 stack address IPv4 only needs for embedded systems that have no need to connect to an IPv6 network. Treck IPv4 has been the premium choice for embedded internet applications since 1997 and includes Ethernet support, Ping, RIP v2 Listener, IP, ICMP, ARP, UDP, TCP and a BSD 4.4 Sockets compatible interface.


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Treck Embedded IPsec/IKE

Treck IPsec/IKE products offer the strongest form of internet security for your embedded device. Designed for use with Treck IPv6 solutions, you can be sure that it is easy to integrate and your product will have the highest security available.


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Treck Embedded Mobile IPv6

Mobile IPv6 allows a Mobile Node , such as a handheld Internet-enabled device, to send and receive packets with its global IPv6 home address - regardless of the IP address of its current point of attachment to the Internet.


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Treck Embedded Mobile IP

Treck Mobile IP allows a mobile device to roam to different IP networks while still being identified by its original IP address. Designed to be used with Treck TCP/IP, it provides the same high quality and performance that embedded systems designers have come to expect from Treck.


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Treck Embedded IGMP

IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) facilitates sending and receiving multicast messages. Unlike broadcast messages, multicast messages are sent to a group of machines that have joined the multicast group (even across routers). IGMP allows a device to join and leave various multicast groups that are managed by a router.


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Treck Embedded PPP

Treck's Point to Point Protocol incorporates the protocols that you need to get your device connected to the Internet via modem or other serial link. It is designed for use with Treck TCP/IP.


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Treck Embedded DHCP

Treck's embedded DHCP product includes the protocols you need to configure IP addresses on your embedded device in real-time! Use with Treck TCP/IP for optimal performance.


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Treck Embedded FTP

Treck File Transfer Protocol incorporates the functionality that you need to transfer files to your embedded device via any FTP software.


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Treck Embedded TFTP

Treck's Trivial File Transfer Protocol is a lightweight file transfer mechanism. TFTP only requires UDP/IP so it can be used on systems with very limited resources.


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Treck Embedded Telnet Server

Treck Telnet simulates a dumb terminal connected to a host computer (or embedded device). This Telnet Server features seamless integration with the Treck TCP/IP stack, can be used with or without an RTOS, and can run as a single task while supporting multiple connections or in a "main line" loop.


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Treck Embedded SNMP

Treck's Simple Network Management Protocol consists of an SNMPv1/v2c/v3 agent, Treck SNMP Abstraction Layer, and the Treck Code Generator. Treck SNMP can also be used with Treck's IPv4/IPv6 Dual Protocol Stack.


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Treck Embedded POP3

Treck Post Office Protocol 3 allows an embedded device to receive asynchronous status reports and information using the most universal Internet application, email.


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Treck Embedded SMTP

Treck's Simple Mail Transfer Protocol client enables embedded devices to send email to any SMTP server.


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Treck Embedded NAT

Treck's Network Address Translation allows an entire local network to share a single or several IP addresses. NAT alleviates the problems caused by a shortage of public IP addresses, and it is beneficial for devices that have a limited number of IP addresses due to cost restrictions.


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Treck Universal Plug and Play

Treck Universal Plug and Play is a technology which enables you to implement network devices that can be controlled by Microsoft Windows clients. Examples of Universal Plug and Playenabled network devices include NAT firewalls, networked printers, A/V media servers and media renderers, networkenabled security cameras.


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Treck SSL/TLS

SSL/TLS allows an SSL-enabled server to authenticate itself to an SSL-enabled client, and if necessary, allows the client to authenticate itself to the server. After the authentication and cryptology parameter negotiation, a secure channel is established so that the client and server can exchange information in a secure way.


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