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OverviewSherpa enables the iPhone Safari web-browser to securely access web applications running on your legacy desktop, via the Internet, regardless of firewalls or routers.

ComponentsSherpa consists of three components:

An iPhone client to initiate connections A responding client, running on your Windows or OSX machine An echoServer which connects initiating clients to responding clients

BackgroundSherpa's connectivity will be based on the echoWare/echoServer platform I helped develop for the EchoVNC project. In this project, the initiating and responding clients use the open-source echoWare toolkit, currently ported to Windows, OSX and Linux. The echoServer which connects echoWare clients together is "try before buy" commercial binary, currently available in Windows and Linux.

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firewall iphone osx remote safari web-app windows

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