Network packet analyzer - packet sniffer. Packet capture displayed in real time. Supports TCP, UDP, ICMP protocols. Detailed packet header information. Packet data can be viewed in text or ascii format. Free to website monitoring service clients.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: Network packet analyzer - packet sniffer. Packet capture output is displayed in real time. Supports TCP, UDP, ICMP protocols. Shows detailed packet header information. The TCP packet data can be viewed in text or ascii format. Global Packet Monitor is a packet sniffer, sometimes referred to as a network monitor or network analyzer. It can be used legitimately by a network or system administrator to monitor and troubleshoot network traffic. Using the information captured by the packet sniffer an administrator can identify erroneous packets and use the data to pinpoint bottlenecks and help maintain efficient network data transmission. This program is available for free to Global Up Time website monitoring service clients.
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