Useful Network Tools

Very useful 2 Online and 2 Desktop network utilities

Online Tools:

    1. DnsStuff.com
    It a a very comprehensive tool that contains almost everything that you want to do with DNS. This is what DNSstuff says about itself: “We strive to be the fastest, most accurate, and most comprehensive site for DNS, domain name, WHOIS, IP address and other networking tools!

    A Firefox Toolbar is available and should be useful for network admins.

    2. CentralOps.net
    Some of the utilities are similar to DNSstuff but there’re few interesting tools like Browser Mirror: See what your browser reveals and Domain Dossier: Investigate domains and IP addresses, which can also do service scan. Source code is available for most of the utilities.

Desktop Tools:

    1. Ethereal
    A free network protocol analyzer that allows you to capture and analyze the live network data. It is the most popular sniffing tool used by network admins.

    2. Angry IP Scanner
    Very fast, free and open source ip and port scanner. It can scan Mac addresses and resolve net-bios names. The report can be saved in many different formats.

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2 comments on “Useful Network Tools
  1. Managed Dedicated Servers says:

    These are really awesome tools, ethereal is definitely a must have for all network admins.

  2. online tool says:

    I have to admit, Angry IP Scanner is great.

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