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    A Good Windows Network Monitor

    I want something that is similar to cheops or etherape but for Windows. I would prefer to have a GUI. Any suggestions, I found a few but they aren't really what I was looking for.
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    The first one I had already found. I wanted a almost real time analyzer of the network, and that second one just might get the job done, Thanks DeadAddict
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    Glad to see one of the programs I found might be some use to what you were looking for

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    I actually like it a great deal now, it gives me all the info I want and it is very organized. The only beef I have with it is that it opens up a port (7030) to show its monitor. Nothing that could be really exploited...but it makes my netstat look bigger than I want it to.

    Thanks again DeadAddict!
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    A network monitor that I really like is Tesseract. It does real-time monitor and generates reports and such, as well as letting you ping and resolve any IP It grabs. The developers website seems to be down, however there is a live link available at http://www.xcopy32.com/networking.htm

    The analogX NetStatLive program is also very nice. You can find it and some other handy tools @ http://www.networklab.co.uk/cmodem/ntools.html
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    Hey thanks for both HTregz, Tesseract is really nice. I especially like the on the fly whois lookup. Thanks a bunch.
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