Network Packet Analyzer enterprise edition is an advanced network traffic monitoring, analysis and reporting. It works in all Windows based operating systems. It captures all traffic transport over both Ethernet and WLAN networks. Network Packet Analyzer decodes all major TCP/IP protocols. With Network Packet Analyzer , you can easily filter the network traffic to focus on the information that you are looking for. Comprehensive reports and graphic views allow you to understand network performance and usage quickly and identify problems in simple steps.
Network Packet Analyzer is a comprehensive and affordable solution to the following problems:
Troubleshooting network problems;
Debugging new applications with network communication involved;
Monitoring network traffic for performance, bandwidth usage, and security reasons;
Analyzing network traffic to trace specific transactions or find security breaches;
Monitor employee Internet access, email communication and other transactions to enforce company policies.
Generate reports on network usage and statistics for network performance review and planning, network auditing and many other purposes. Comprehensive FeaturesReal-time packet capture and analysis over both Ethernet and WLAN;
Many reports and graphic charts allow you to see various statistics, top 10 talkers and many more...
Reconstructs TCP/IP sessions and enables you to see data in its original formats;
Captures and decode HTTP/HTTPS packets to allow you to analyze Internet traffic;
Capture and analyze POP/Pop3, SMTP and IMAP emails, display and save in Outlook Express Message Format;
Protocol decoders for TCP/IP and many application protocols including ARP/RARP, 802.2 and 802.3, ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP, DNS, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, HTTP/HTTPS, TELNET, FTP, H.323... to name a few.
Powerful and easy to set filters allow user to focus on useful traffic and narrow down the problem; Easy to use user interface
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