NetStat Agent 3.4

We are excited to announce that NetStat Agent 3.4 has beed released. In this version we updated netstat, ipconfig and statistics tools.

First of all, we found the way how to print DNS cache information in the table without calling “ipconfig /displaydns”.

Visual DNS Cache

For netstat tool we added two buttons in the status bar to control auto refresh and logging. Also was fixed the issue with scrolling when netstat shows a lot of dynamic connections in the list and a connection is selected.

StatusBar with 2 buttons

NetStat Agent 3.4 now can show IPv6 network statistics. Also we improved software stability - thanks everyone who sent crash reports to us!

NetStat Agent 3.3.4

NetStat Agent 3.3.4 has been released.

In this version there was solved the issue with MAC address changer (ipconfig tool) which caused the program to crash.

Last time we received some feedback about problems with the registration program. Before this version it was possible to use the registered program in all user accounts on the PC. But from now, the registration of NetStat Agent will be attached to user account. It means that you must enter license information in each user account.

But as alternative,it is still possible to use the portable NetStat Agent version for all users.

What is my IP address?

Sometimes it is useful to know your external IP address. For example, when you share HTTP/FTP server and you do not know or forgot your IP address. In this case, if you use NetStat Agent 3.0 every time, it will be very easy for you! Because you do not need to open the Internet browser and search for a special service.

What is my IP address?

To find your IP address you must open IPConfig tool and press External IP button. After a few seconds you will see your external IP address. You may copy it to a clipboard (the right mouse click).

NetStat Agent Localization

Recently we have received many letters from peoples requesting to translate the user interface into their native language. Typically, this is German, Russian and French users. But unfortunately, our current version of NetStat Agent 2.1 does not allow us to give all text strings to translator.

So now we are working on a new version of 3.0, which will support the opportunity to choose your own language. Also we will add some new features to traceroute, ipconfig utilities.

The beta version 3.0 will be available soon. And the final 3.0 version I think we will be available in the middle of May.

  • April 25th, 2009
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Network Troubleshooting Made Easy

Troubleshooting IP networks has never been simple. Various LAN adaptor settings, router and firewall configurations, DNS and TCP/IP settings are just a few things to mention. UNIX administrators enjoy a variety of command-line tools such as netstat, arp, ipconfig, ping, and traceroute providing basic information about network configuration and performance.

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  • December 8th, 2008
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