Is your Internet Slow or Unstable Through Router? Do you need more port forwarding rules and want to map ports automatically? Do you suspect that somebody has rogue access to your router via the wireless? Router Commander can help you.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:23
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Unix
Router Commander Free Edition 1.2.40 Router Commander Free Edition is a must-have program for anyone who needs to keep their broadband Internet connection stable. Using Router Commander you can tune up router settings for maximum performance for faster surfing the Web.
Description: Is your Internet Slow or Unstable Through Router? Do you need more port forwarding rules and want to map ports automatically? Do you suspect that somebody has rogue access to your router via the wireless? Router Commander can help you.
Using Router Commander you can tune up router settings for maximum performance for faster surfing the Web, playing online games, and downloading files.
You can always know what's going on with Router using NAT, Routing, Memory, CPU usage indicators, built-in Syslog server and bandwidth monitor. Email notification informs you about WAN address changes, wireless connections, Syslog messages from router remotely.
Have a problem with Skype, µTorrent or other software that serves incoming connections? Solve it with built-in automatic port forwarding that detects TCP ports opened by applications running on your system and will map them to your router. Once you forward the port, you will notice a huge increase in the download speeds. Unlike other software, Router Commander is not limited by number of port forwarding rules or other router's WEB interface limitations.
Router Commander can help you to better secure your wireless network. Unauthorized wireless connections can be detected, logged and blocked.
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