RexTrafficMonitor is a professional-strength specialized tool for LAN analysis. It handles all LAN packets and writes them to a log-file available for the further processing by human or machine. The information handled includes all packet parameters: source and destination IP addresses, port numbers, exact time, and packet size. Please note that RexTrafficMonitor logs all packets going through the computer, even transit ones, so ALL network traffic can be logged and analyzed, despite the size of the network.
The overall usage of RexTrafficMonitor is very simple, as it has the only window with the list of handled packets, path to the log-file and some additional settings. There are two kinds of settings: filters and rules. Filters are used to define, which packets should be written and processed; you can filter either by IP address ranges (for handling only a part of network), or by port numbers (for handling only specific traffic; for example, to handle e-mail connections, you should only listen POP and SMTP ports). Another capability RexTrafficMonitor provides is «Rules», which allow executing any command on specific events (described, again, by IPs and ports of packet sender and receiver). This capability extends RexTrafficMonitors capabilities, turning it from a passive observer to a simple guard.
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