Quagga is similar in the net effect of allowing access, but it is a multi-server routing software that runs on numerous Unixes including FreeBSD, Solaris, NetBSD and Linux. Where xinetd is a single daemon, quagga is a collection of daemons that construct a routing table and provide a level of routing security rather than than allowing access via a single server running xinetd.
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