network monitoring software


CurrPorts – added 7/31/2005

CurrPorts displays the list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on your local computer. For each port in the list, information about the process that opened the port is also displayed, including the process name, full path of the process, version information of the process (product name, file description, and so on), the time that the process was created, and the user that created it.


TJPing – added 7/21/2005

TJPing is an excellent, widely acclaimed Windows ping/lookup/traceroute utility. It’s fully configurable, multithreaded, and is very fast. All configuration options, hosts, and interface settings are remembered from session to session. Users can log all results to the file of their choice.


IP Sniffer – added 7/19/2005

IP Sniffer is a suite of IP Tools built around a packet sniffer. The packet sniffer can work on all Windows versions using either the new raw socket implementation of Windows2000 (driverless) or WinPcap (needs to be installed) or a NDIS protocol (needs to be installed , no reboot). The sniffer has basic features like filter, decode, replay, parse. The IP tools are : bandwidth monitor, adapter statistics, List and manage ARP entries, resolve IP to MAC, resolve MAC to IP, send a WAKEUP call, list and manage routes, enable & disable host as a router, list and manage open ports and attached processes, and more.


Xip – added 7/11/2005

Xip is a command line tool designed to extract IP addresses and address ranges from text files. This can be very useful for all manner of network related operations including analyzing log files and extracting IP addresses from emails. The program will identify IP addresses on their own (e.g. 10.2.3.4), IP address ranges separated with a dash character (e.g. 10.2.3.4-10.2.3.50 or 10.2.3.4-50) and CIDR format ranges (e.g. 10.2.3.0/24). The output is de-duped and sorted with addresses consolidated into ranges by default.


NetSniffer – added 11/24/2004

NetSniffer makes it possible to track the network traffic between arbitrary devices within a LAN segment. The data received during this process are displayed by NetSniffer as raw data, i.e. each byte of a network packet is displayed individually.


HostsToggle – added 6/4/2005


HostsToggle makes turning the Hosts file “on” and “off” as easy as clicking a button. The Hosts file can also be automatically restored after a specified amount of time–great if you keep forgetting to turn the Hosts back on! And finally, you can easily load alternate Hosts files (saved with the extension .tgl) so that instead of completely turning off the Hosts file, you can load one without the entries that are causing you trouble.


Double Modem – added 2/27/2007

By default, Windows’ networking protocols are optimized for LAN-based communication. If you connect to the Web via a LAN, you’re probably fine. But not if you use Dial-Up Networking. LANs and the Internet use different packet sizes, so the resulting packet fragmentation slows you down. Other default settings may slow you down as well, but all can be fixed by changing several Registry settings. By modifying this setting with Double Modem, you will get 20%-30% faster Internet Access.

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