IP-Tools offers many TCP/IP utilities in one program. This award-winning program can work under Windows 95/98/ME / NT4.0/2000/XP and is indispensable for anyone who uses the Internet or Intranet.
|“||Local Info - examines the local host and shows info about processor, memory, Winsock data, etc|
Connection Monitor - displays information about current TCP and UDP network connections
NetBIOS Info - gets NetBIOS information about network interfaces (local and remote computers)
NB Scanner - shared resources scanner
SNMP Scanner - scans network(s) for SNMP enabled devices
Name Scanner - scans all hostnames within a range of IP addresses
Port Scanner - scans network(s) for active TCP based services
UDP Scanner - scans network(s) for active UDP based services
Ping Scanner - pings a remote hosts over the network
Trace - traces the route to a remote host over the network
WhoIs - obtains information about a Internet host or domain name from the NIC (Network Information Center)
Finger - retrieves information about user from a remote host
LookUp - looks for domain names according to its IP address or an IP address from its domain name
GetTime - gets time from time servers (also it can set correct time on local system)
Telnet - telnet client
HTTP - HTTP client
IP-Monitor - shows network traffic in real time (as a set of charts)
Host Monitor - monitors up/down status of selected hosts.
Trap Watcher - allows you to receive and process SNMP Trap messages.
Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT 4.0 (SP3), Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Windows Server 2003;
Internet connection or TCP/IP enabled LAN;
3Mb free disk space;
Minimum screen resolution: 800 x 600