Projects / Blueproxy


Blueproxy is a simple proxy server to convert Bluetooth RFCOMM connections into TCP connections. This frees Bluetooth application programmers from having to worry about getting Bluetooth bindings for their language of choice. Notable features include sending preambles to allow a single TCP server to aggregrate multiple Bluetooth sensors, and a scanning mode to continuously detect Bluetooth devices entering into range of a sensor. It currently supports the Linux Bluez stack, FreeBSD 5, and has limited support for Mac OS X.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  17 Jan 2005 18:54

    Release Notes: This release adds command line log level support to make it practical to deploy in a production environment without requiring recompilation. There are ome other minor bugfixes to clean up the output.

    •  14 Jan 2005 22:48

      Release Notes: Autoconf support for easier building, and TCP_NODELAY has been set to better handle small packet protocols (tested against the Nokia Bluetooth stack).

      •  07 Sep 2004 20:28

        Release Notes: This release has code cleanup for stricter compiler flags (-Wsign-compare -Wshadow), and errant calls to fsync that failed due the descriptor being a socket have been removed. Indenting is now enforced courtesy of astyle.

        •  01 Aug 2004 09:06

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


          Project Spotlight


          A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.


          Project Spotlight

          TurnKey TWiki Appliance

          A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.