Monitors TCP and UDP connections on your computer. Each new or old connection is highlighted. NetStat Agent allows you to hide unimportant connection.
IPv6 connections monitoring and logging.
The program provides you with ability to configure special rules to close
unwanted connections, terminate the process, play the sound alert and run the third party software like console ping.exe or tracert.exe.
Shows all available information like the remote address of connection, hostname, local and remote ports, the owning process, the process folder, DLLmodules used by process and etc.
Ipconfig tool shows your network environment including the information on DNS servers, the address of DHCP server, the type of adapter, the MAC address and the list of IP addresses used by your computer.
You can renew or release DHCP adapter
configuration. NetStat Agent also allows you to disable adapters.
Allows you to change a MAC address of your network card.
Monitors entries in the ARP cache. It shows the IP address of entry, its hostname and the MAC address. Special rules allow you to restore the real MAC address, add the entry to cache and run other programs.
You can add, delete and modify ARP entries in the ARP cache.
Queries DNS information including an IP address, mail exchange records, authority name server, etc.
Displays and modifies routes in the IP routing table. The program provides you with ability to add new route, modify an existing route and delete a route.
Built-in Whois utility allows to query all information about an IP address or domain.
Ping the remote host to test hosts operating. It can be also useful for testing your network TCP/IP configuration.
Using TraceRoute you can detect how many hops are from your computer to the remote host. The problem hops are highlighted.
Graphs the round trip time and shows the country of the hop for ping and traceroute utilities.