Very simple interface and small size(412 Kb).
Network open source tool including:
– tcp/udp telnet
– DNS resolver
– Stats and TCP/UDP/IP tables (iphelper functions)
– TCP/UDP/ICMP/CGI multithreaded scan (TCP and CGI scan could be done throw HTTP or socks proxy)
– Raw packet capture (multiple options including application name)
– Raw packet forging
– Wake on LAN and Remote Shutdown
– Interactive TCP/UDP Transparent Proxy
|Operating Systems:||Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP|
Network Stuff is a free, portable, open-source toolkit which comes packed with useful network-related functionality.
There are graphical Ping and TraceRoute tools, for instance. It only takes a couple of clicks to display all the open network and internet connections on your system. And if you don’t recognise a particular remote IP address, then the DNS tab will try to resolve it to a domain or machine name, while the WhoIs tab provides the appropriate registration records for whatever domain you specify.
If you just want to monitor how your network is behaving over time then the Stats tab may help, as it displays TCP, IP, UDP and ICMP real-time stats, while also charting activity on whatever network interface you choose.
And exploring the various tabs and buttons just keeps revealing more functions: TCP and UDP telnet, TCP/ UDP/ ICMP/ CGI network scanning, packet capture, Wake On Lan, IP address discovery, packet forgery, interactive TCP/ UDP (view traffic and selectively allow or block whatever packets you like), and more.