Essential NetTools is a set of network scanning, security, and administrator tools useful in diagnosing networks and monitoring your computer's network connections. It's a Swiss Army knife for everyone interested in a powerful network tool kit for everyday use.
NetStat: displays a list of your computer's inbound and outbound network connections, including the information on open TCP and UDP ports, IP address, and connection states.
NBScan: a powerful and fast NetBIOS scanner. NBScan can scan a network within a given range of IP addresses and list computers offering NetBIOS resource-sharing service, as well as their name tables and MAC addresses.
PortScan: an advanced TCP port scanner that allows you to scan your network for active ports.
HostAlive: a network monitoring tool that periodically checks if a host is alive and running network services, such as an HTTP or FTP server.
EmailVerify: checks if an e-mail address is valid by communicating with the corresponding mail server over SMTP.
Shares: monitors and logs external connections to your computer's shared resources, lists local shares, as well as provides a quick and easy way to connect to remote resources.
SysFiles: a convenient editor for the five important system files: services, protocol, networks, hosts, and lmhosts.
NetAudit (NetBIOS Auditing Tool): allows you to perform various security checks on your network and/or individual computers offering the NetBIOS file sharing service.
RawSocket: provides you with the ability to establish low-level TCP and UDP connections to troubleshoot and test different networking services.
WiFiMan: shows wireless adapters installed on a computer, lists available wireless networks and allows you to manage connection profiles.
TraceRoute and Ping: these familiar utilities featuring customizable options and convenient results presentation allow you to explore the Internet and troubleshoot connectivity problems.NSLookup: allows you to convert IP addresses to hostnames and vice versa, obtain aliases, and perform advanced DNS queries, such as MX or CNAME.
IPBlackList: checks if an IP addresses is included in various IP address black lists: SPAM databases, open proxies and mail relays, etc.
ProcMon: displays the list of running processes with full information on the program location, manufacturer, process ID, and the loaded modules.
SNMPAudit: Advanced SNMP device scanner. It allows you to locate SNMP devices in the selected network segment quickly and receive customizable data sampling from each of the devices.