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EMCO Ping Monitor Free (v 5.0.1)

Ping Monitor is an free tool for tracking connections to hosts in the local network and Internet. Connection statuses are detected by sending regular pings and analyzing responses. Ping Monitor can work in 24/7 mode to track status and calculate statistics for connections. When connection is lost or restored, a System Tray message is displayed and e-mail notification is sent. Also the application can execute custom actions on these events.


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NetScanTools (v 2.40)

Basic free internet tools for the network engineer or anyone needing to test their network connection. We include basic Ping, Traceroute, Whois, Ping Scan, Graphical Ping and DNS tools in an integrated single solution program. These are simplified versions of the more extensive versions found in NetScanTools Pro. The software runs on Windows 7, Vista, 2008, 2003, and XP. It includes full install/uninstall.


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FreePortScanner (v 3.4.8)

Free Port Scanner is a small, fast, easy-to-use and robust port scanner for the Win32 platform.You can scan ports on fast machines in a few seconds and can perform scan on predefined port ranges. This tool uses TCP packets to determine available hosts and open ports, service associated with port and other important characteristics. The tool is designed with a user-friendly interface and is easy to use.


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NetCrunch Tools (v 1.0.0.40)

NetCrunch Tools is a completely free toolkit for network professionals, featuring Ping, Traceroute, Wake OnLAN, DNS Info, Who Is, Ping Scanner, Service Scanner, Open TCP Port Scanner, SNMP Scanner, DNS Audit and Mac Resolver in one. It can work standalone, or in conjunction with the NetCrunch network monitoring system, an all-in-one, agentless network monitoring and management suite. It is free to use, with no usage limitations of any kind


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Network Incident Tracker (v 1.0)

The network support tools include Ping, Traceroute, PuTTY, NSLookup, Wireshark, NetStat, PathPing and Skype. In addition there is a Subnet Calculator, Internet Throughput Test and TCP/UDP port reference. The Cisco specific tools include IOS download, TAC Service Requestor and End of Sale (EoS) reference. It eliminates the frustration with jumping between web pages and remembering commands.


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PingInfoView (v 1.51)

PingInfoView is a small utility that allows you to easily ping multiple host names and IP addresses, and watch the result in one table. It automatically ping to all hosts every number of seconds that you specify, and displays the number of succeed and failed pings, as well as the average ping time. You can also save the ping result into text/html/xml file, or copy it to the clipboard.


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Free IP Scanner (v 2.5)

Free IP scanner is a very fast IP scanner and port scanner. It is intended for both system administrators and general users to monitor and manage their networks. Powered with multi-thread scan technology, it can scan hundreds computers per second. It simply pings each IP address to check if it's alive, determines hostname, MAC address, NetBIOS information, scans ports, etc. The information obtained can be exported into a file as plain text file.


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Fayetracker (v 4.0)

fayetracker allows you to trace and catch hackers intrusions on your computer.The software doesn't need installing and running the program's executable is all that takes. Fayetracker can be run from USB memory sticks. After running FayeTRACKER, clicking on the ON/DISPLAY button will quickly display all the Internet connected applications, together with their IP address and port.


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Packet Sender for Mac (v 2014-10-07)

Troubleshooting network data packets just got a lot easier with Packet Sender. With Packet Sender, you can set up network packets based on IP (or domain name for a quick look-up), port, Hex or ASCII data, and specify either UDP or TCP protocol.


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Packet Sender for Windows (v 2014-10-07)

Troubleshooting network data packets just got a lot easier with Packet Sender. With Packet Sender, you can set up network packets based on IP (or domain name for a quick look-up), port, Hex or ASCII data, and specify either UDP or TCP protocol.


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