network monitoring software

NetStat Live – added 6/18/2009

Have you ever wondered just how fast your network connection is? Not just how fast the modem is connected at, but how much data you can actually get? Does your internet connection sometimes seem slower than normal? Forget hacking the registry or using counter-intuitive tools to get the information you want – enter the world of AnalogX NetStat Live (NSL)! NSL is a small, easy to use TCP/IP protocol monitor which can be used to see your exact throughput on both incoming and outgoing data – whether you’re using a modem, cable modem, DSL, or even local network.

AnalogX AnonyMac – added 6/17/2009

While not a common occurance, sometimes it’s handy to be able to change you MAC address – whether it’s simply to test something or to force a router to re-issue you a new IP – and that’s where this utility comes into play. AnalogX AnonyMac allows you to quickly see all of your network connections, what MAC is currently assigned to them, and then change them to a completely new one.

Free IP Tools – added 6/16/2009

Free IP Tools is a convenient way to keep all important network utilities in one place. The program includes twelve popular network tools that are essential for troubleshooting network problems and for debugging network applications and services. All the tools are neatly packed inside a single program featuring a user-friendly graphical interface and adjustable settings.

Lansweeper – added 6/16/2009

Lansweeper is a powerful freeware solution to make a complete software, hardware, asset inventory of your windows network, with over 80 hardware, software, network & server reports included, and launch custom commands and programs from the web interface to support your clients (remote control, ping, event viewer, remote screenshot).

NetWorx – added 6/10/2009

NetWorx is a simple and free, yet powerful tool that helps you objectively evaluate your bandwidth situation. You can use it to collect bandwidth usage data and measure the speed of your Internet or any other network connection. NetWorx can help you identify possible sources of network problems, ensure that you do not exceed the bandwidth limits specified by your ISP, or track down suspicious network activity characteristic of Trojan horses and hacker attacks. The program allows you to monitor all your network connections or a specific network connection (such as Ethernet or PPP) only. The software also features a system of highly customizable visual and sound alerts.

HTTP Functions Module – added 4/13/2009

HTTP Functions Module is a HTTPLib enables your program to parse HTTP server replies and generate request headers. This enables you to write programs that incorporate HTTP, and retrieve files from HTTP servers without writing any additional code. All you have to do is pass the server reply to a module function, and the function returns the file, headers (or both). The module can even compose basic request headers (“Accept”, “User-Agent” and “Referer” supported).

TCPView – added 4/6/2009

TCPView is a Windows program that will show you detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on your system, including the local and remote addresses and state of TCP connections. On Windows Server 2008, Vista, NT, 2000 and XP TCPView also reports the name of the process that owns the endpoint. TCPView provides a more informative and conveniently presented subset of the Netstat program that ships with Windows. The TCPView download includes Tcpvcon, a command-line version with the same functionality.

Xlogan – added 4/2/2009

Xlogan is a tool for generating statistics from your web site log files. These statistics can reveal a lot of useful information about your website, such as which sites are linking to you, what search terms people use to find your site, how often each file is downloaded, what countries your visitors come from, and much more.

NetUse – added 2/27/2009

Netuse is a internet monitering software that can be used by people using broadband and internet via phone. NetUse moniter’s bandwidth and phone bill’s. NetUse automatically detect’s when you go online ( phone line ) and has reminder facilities.

LSP-Fix – added 1/30/2009

LSP-Fix repairs Winsock 2 settings, caused by buggy or improperly-removed Internet software, that result in loss of Internet access. LSP-Fix is a free utility to repair a specific type of problem associated with certain Internet software. This type of software is known as a Layered Service Provider or LSP, a piece of software that can be inserted into the Windows TCP/IP handler like a link in a chain. However, due to bugs in the LSP software or deletion of the software, this chain can get broken, rendering the user unable to access the Internet. Unfortunately, this type of software is sometimes quietly installed by unrelated software such as file-sharing programs, sneaking onto a system unannounced. In fact, in many cases, the user does not know of its existance until something goes wrong, and he/she can no longer access Web sites. Common offenders include file-sharing utilities and DVD player software. LSP-Fix repairs the Winsock LSP chain by removing the entries left behind when LSP software is removed by hand (or when errors in the software itself break the LSP chain), and removing any gaps in the chain.

Snoopy – added 1/26/2009

Snoopy is a Win32 console app that lets you sniff TCP client-server protocols or connect to a TCP server and have an interactive (Telnet-like) session. It isn’t a protocol analyzer like Ethereal nor is it Telnet. It is just a simple yet extremely handy tool to diagnose problems in your client-server protocol or to just snoop around.

Winfingerprint – added 1/8/2009

Winfingerprint is a Win32 MFC VC++ .NET based security tool that is able to Determine OS, enumerate users, groups, shares, SIDs, transports, sessions, services, service pack and hotfix level, date and time, disks, and open tcp and udp ports.

Performance Pinging – added 1/7/2009

Performance Pinging is a ping tool for testing availability, response times and performance using ICMP. It writes data to a text file for later interpretation with e.g. Excel. Allows you to change IP address, ICMP timeout and data size during runtime. Comes with a nice little graph for realtime testing. Now includes PerfCopy for testing network performance by copying files to UNC locations.

Interface Traffic Indicator – added 1/7/2009

Interface Traffic Indicator is a graph utility to measure incoming and outgoing traffic on an interface in bits/sec, bytes/sec or utilization. Works on all SNMP-capable devices (computers, NICs, switches, routers, etc.) with adjustable poll intervall down to three seconds. You can use this program in a professional network environment to monitor selected network interfaces (even backplane ports if the device provides the information) or you can monitor your home network or cable/modem/ISDN connection to the internet.

IPNetInfo – added 1/5/2009

IPNetInfo is a small utility that allows you to easily find all available information about an IP address: The owner of the IP address, the country/state name, IP addresses range, contact information (address, phone, fax, and email), and more.

Attacker – added 12/26/2008

Attacker is a TCP/UDP port listener. You provide a list of ports to listen on and the program will notify you when a connection or data arrives at the port(s). Can minimize to the system tray and play an audible alert. This program is intended to act as a guard dog to notify you of attempted probes to your computer via the Internet.

Fport – added 12/26/2008

fport reports all open TCP/IP and UDP ports and maps them to the owning application. This is the same information you would see using the ‘netstat -an’ command, but it also maps those ports to running processes with the PID, process name and path. Fport can be used to quickly identify unknown open ports and their associated applications.

IP2 – added 12/17/2008

IP2 is a small program that you can use to determine your IP addresses – both WAN and LAN. What this means is that along with showing you the traditional IP address that your computer is using in its local environment (e.g. a LAN) it will also show you what your IP address is from the perspective of an “outsider” on the Internet. This is in contrast to the many tools and utilities available on the Internet that simply return the LAN address, which is useless if somebody on the Internet needs to connect to your computer.

MAC Address Changer – added 12/15/2008

Technitium MAC Address Changer allows you to change Media Access Control (MAC) Address of your Network Interface Card (NIC) irrespective to your NIC manufacturer or its driver. It has a very simple user interface and provides ample information regarding each NIC in the machine. Every NIC has a MAC address hard coded in its circuit by the manufacturer. This hard coded MAC address is used by windows drivers to access Ethernet Network (LAN). This tool can set a new MAC address to your NIC, bypassing the original hard coded MAC address.

LAN Monitor – added 12/12/2008

LAN Monitor is a network monitoring utility to keep track of your LAN card bandwidth usage that can also auto synchronize your computer clock with the NTP server.

AdapterWatch – added 12/2/2008

AdapterWatch displays useful information about your network adapters: IP addresses, Hardware address, WINS servers, DNS servers, MTU value, Number of bytes received or sent, The current transfer speed, and more. In addition, it displays general TCP/IP/UDP/ICMP statistics for your local computer.

FastResolver – added 12/2/2008

FastResolver is a small utility that resolves multiple host names into IP addresses and vice versa. You can simply type the list of IP addresses or host name that you want to resolve, or alternatively, you can specify IP addresses range that you want to scan. For local network, FastResolver also allows you to get the MAC address of all IP addresses that you scan. FastResolver is a multithreaded application, so it can resolve dozens of addresses within a few seconds.

Netstat Viewer – added 12/1/2008

Netstat Viewer is a handy standalone portable GUI replacement for the command line application “netstat” which displays network connections (both incoming and outgoing), routing tables, and a number of network interface statistics.

Free HTTP Sniffer – added 11/19/2008

If you need a tool to capture and view all communications over the HTTP protocol then Free HTTP Sniffer is a program for you. It’s a handy tool that allows you to monitor HTTP traffic in real-time. It can trace wide range of information to find the URLs for all streams on your LAN.

NetSetMan – added 11/11/2008

NetSetMan is a network settings manager which can easily switch between 5 different, visually structured profiles. NetSetMan is not only useful and effective but also easy and intuitive to handle. The entry fields remind of the Windows “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” but it’s much easier to fill in the adresses.

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