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Packet Monitor is widely used for packet sniffing, packet analyzing, network monitoring and network troubleshooting.
Packet Monitor can be used on network analysis. It monitors the real-time data traffic on the network, and led them to the professional analyzer and translates them into charts. Multi-protocols enable you to know every detail about your network within different layers, including Application Layer, Transport Layer and Physical Layer. You can also sniff and capture packet on the network. All the captured traffic data can be saved as trace files for further use. And by using the Matrix Map, you can see all the connections directly.
Packet Monitor can capture specified packets by the built-in filter, even block them. Built-in customized filter enables you to block doubtful packet sending and receiving. Filter is one of the most important parts of Packet Monitor. You can set your own rules in the filter, and when it happens, all the events will be listed in the Events Manager. You can choose to play a warning alarm, execute a program or send out an email, even cut off the specified process. By using this advanced filter, you are able to block any packet from access, for example the P2P (peer to peer) communications.
Packet Monitor can sniff packets on your network quietly and quickly.
Packet Monitor can help you capture packets only by one click.
Multi-protocol Network Monitoring:
Packet Monitor sorts all the real time traffic data into three layers: Application, Net and Physics.
Packet Monitor tracks all the communications on your network and analyzes them at the same time.
Flexible Graphical Diagrams:
Flexible graphical diagrams enable you to customize your network analytics.
Matrix Map is used for displaying the activities of all connections.
Abundant built-in filters enable you to block specified packets easily.