Monitors and analyzes the network traffic and displays statistical information pertaining to each IP address pair and protocol.

  • NADetector
  • Version :1.5.8
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Nsasoft LLC

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NADetector Description

Monitoring and analyzing the network traffic for each IP address pair and protocol becomes an easy task when using NADetector. Knowing exactly how much each user has downloaded or uploaded in a given month can be very helpful.

With the help of NADetector you are able to gather statistical information about each IP address, network traffic that passes through adapters and view incoming, outgoing and summary traffic statistics.

You can also track Internet bandwidth usage, view the active connections you have to the Internet at any given moment and analyze the volume of traffic flowing through them.

Because it comes with an intuitive and user-friendly interface, the application does not require any advanced configurations to be made before analyzing your local network.

Simply hit the ‘Run’ button and wait patiently for the results to be displayed in the main window. You can view details such as source addresses, received packets and used protocols.

The collected information is very useful, specially for administrators who need to understand different IP addresses and data involved with a given network utilizing task and to troubleshoot network problems.

This way, you can monitor the Internet traffic in real time and get your total bandwidth usage in order to avoid overshooting your broadband limitation.

What’s more, the application allows you to save the generated results to clipboard, then paste them to Notepad, WordPad or to any document you want, as well as export them to a TXT file and attach it to e-mails or share it with your colleagues.

All things considered, NADetector is worth having when you need to view all the active connections you have to the Internet at any given moment and monitor traffic usage.

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