The work of every network administrator consists of everyday analysis of the network or networks under his control and resolution of various conflicts that almost inevitably arise in them. This requires deep understanding of the networking principles, extensive experience and proper tools. And if you are still working on your toolbox, make sure to consider adding NetInfo to it!
NetInfo is an all-in-one toolkit for network administrators comprised of well over a dozen must-have network tools, such as Local Info, Connections, Ping, Trace, Lookup, Finger, Whois, Daytime, Time, Quote, HTML, Scanner, Services, E-mail and Web Center. These small utilities will help you interact with remote system on different levels and obtain the necessary information, such as addresses, latencies, number of intermediary devices between you and the target system, time on the remote system, names of domain owners and a whole lot more. You don’t need to recall the names of corresponding Windows utilities any more — NetInfo has them all in a single package and ready to start with a single click! The program even features such advanced tools as an IP scanner and service lister, which will definitely be appreciated by advanced users.
If you are looking for a compact, affordable and perfectly-balanced network toolkit, make sure to try NetInfo!
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