Network Monitor


IP Applications all follow the client server model. Typically a server will listen on a specific or well-known port and wait for a client connection (clients use arbitrary port numbers and close the port once a transaction is completed, whereas the server closes the connection but keeps the port open for further connections).

ReportBuilder identifies TCP or UDP applications through their well-known port numbers and generates reports on IP server port usage based on these. The reports provide you with a good general overview of the main IP applications using up network bandwidth.

The ability to track excessive traffic on a specific port can be helpful in determining the presence of a virus on your network or even a firewall problem. For example, if you find that an IP outside of your network has accessed a server reserved for internal use only, you need to immediately take action to modify your router policies. For detailed traffic figures for each IP port and talking pairs see most active IP ports and talking pairs report.

The picture above shows the 10 IP ports generating the most traffic within a specified timeframe.

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That’s right you can use Distinct Network Monitor to analyze your network traffic and use traffic statistics to familiarize yourself with the traffic in and out of your computer or network segment (when used at the switch), check for any excessive traffic that’s causing systems to slow down or for traffic from unwanted sources for a full 30 days for just $49.95. If you solve your problems in the rental timeframe, you can just uninstall the software with no further obligations, but if you think Network Monitor can be of further use to you we are extending a time-limited special offer to all rental users to get a license at a 50% discount.

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Distinct Network Monitor
Network Monitor 5.3 Introduction

Who should use Network Monitor
What can Network Monitor do for you
If you are a system administrator
If you are a software developer
High ROI

IP packet Sniffing
Live Network Traffic Statistics
Live Network Bandwidth Analysis
Monitoring Remote Systems
Networking Tools included

Statistical Reports
Network Utilization
Bandwidth Reporting
Top Talkers

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