Network monitor

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Network monitor

Post by Irabbit » March 31st, 2011, 7:52 am

I haven't installed or used either of these:

Microsoft Network Monitor
Version: 3.4
File Size:
License: Free
Operating System: Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows Server 2003,Windows Server 2008,Windows 7

Ever wonder exactly what is being sent across your network--the
packets that comprise the lowest level of network traffic and
which programs are sending them? If the answer is yes, Network
Monitor 3.4-- a free utility from Microsoft--is all you need to
find out what's flowing back and forth.
- Jon L. Jacobi

Read more and download this software:
http://lm.pcworld.com/t/2220631/6571876/185190/0/


The Dude
Version: 3.6
File Size: 3617
License: Free
Operating System: Windows XP,Windows Vista

This network enumerator and mapper comes in handy when I'm trying
to map out a customer's network. Of course, it shows icons
representing the devices on your network, but it goes beyond
that. Hovering over an icon shows you the type of services
available, recent bandwidth usage, and other info.
- Jon L. Jacobi


Read more and download this software:
http://lm.pcworld.com/t/2220631/6571876/185191/0/

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