Free Axence NetTools contains following monitoning tools
Displays all the inbound and outbound connections to your computer and lists all open ports. Additionally, NetStat maps open ports and established connections to the owning application.
Would you like to find all the nodes in a network (including remote networks)? No problem. Just enter the IP range to check and you will quickly get a list of nodes and the services running on them. This tool also discovers some Trojans and spyware.
Service & port scanner
Allows you to check for all open ports and running services (HTTP, POP3, MS SQL, Oracle and 50 other). It not only checks if the port is open, but also sends a request and checks whether a reply meets specific criteria. It can also discover some Trojans and spyware.
Provides you with the ability to establish low-level TCP and UDP connections to troubleshoot and test different networking services. With this tool, you can send raw data to any port on a remote computer. You can also listen in on any local port to see all incoming data.
With this tool you can check the quality of network hardware in your LAN.
A visual replacem
ent for Windows ping, but with a 5 – minute history. Very easy to use when you just need to check one host quickly.
This tool is much more than just a replacement for Windows tracert. The full traceroute is done in 1 second and it gives you information about every host on the route, its response time, and packets lost , so you can quickly determine where the problems are occurring. It's easy to locate hosts with degraded performance, or ones that are just overloaded.
This works like nslookup, but shows you all records at once. You don’t have to worry about syntax or record names. And – of course – you get WHOIS information about the domain you are querying.
Displays several tables with important information about your local configuration: network statistics for TCP/UDP and ICMP, IP address table, ARP table, IP routing table, and network adapter info.
Would you like to know how fast your network is? This is the tool for you. The important thing is that it will measure bandwidth without overloading your network.
Download Free Axence Tools from here