If your corporate network has been underperforming lately and demonstrating speeds that never reached their nominal design bandwidth, the reason may be that your LAN is slowed down by multiple concurrent multimedia streams opened by employees. In such situations, restricting access to streamed content may increase the speed of your LAN and boost the efficiency of your network. If you have faced this problem and still haven’t found a viable solution, try Free HTTP Sniffer!
Free HTTP Sniffer is a compact tool intended for real-time monitoring of LAN traffic, HTTP protocol parsing and decoding, and extraction of the URLs of multimedia streams. Detection of streams without the program is extremely problematic, since many of them do not have a direct URL and are accessed through scripts and ActiveX controls. Free HTTP Sniffer efficiently identifies direct links to audio and video streams, thus giving the network administrator a full picture of the streamed content consuming the LAN bandwidth. The product supports a number of file types, including HTML, JPG, GIF and many more. Free HTTP Sniffer has an intuitive interface and enables users to scan their network and reveal stream sources with just a few mouse clicks. Finally, it is 100% free and can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website in the form of a compact and virus-free installation package.
If you need a simple, yet efficient tool for monitoring stream in your local network, no tool will do it better than Free HTTP Sniffer!
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