Remote Network Statistics displays remote network computer IP, ICMP, TCP, UDP and Server statistics, shows the details about IP datagrams including forwarding enabled-disabled state , default time to live, the number of received datagrams, datagrams with address, header, protocol errors, forwarded datagrams, incoming datagrams that have been discarded, delivered datagrams , sent datagrams, routing datagrams that have been discarded, datagrams withought routing , interfaces , local host Ip address, TCP segments including timeout algorithm , minimum and maximum timeouts in milliseconds,the number of maximum connections , opened active and passive connections, failed connections, reset connections, currently established connections, received segments, sent segments, retransmitted segments, received errors, segments, which have been sent with reset flag, cumulative connections, details about UDP datagrams the number of received datagrams, datagrams without port, datagrams with errors, sent datagrams, listening connections, ICMP messages in incoming and outgoing states including the number of messages , errors, unreachable messages, TTL exceeded messages, messages with parameter problems, source quench messages, redirected messages, echo messages, echo replies, time stamp replies, address mask messages, address mask replies,etc. You must have administrative privileges on the remote network computer. All the mentioned features are provided with a user friendly graphical interface.
RemoteNetstat is a free software application from the Network Monitoring subcategory, part of the Network & Internet category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2014-05-23. The program can be installed on Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP.
RemoteNetstat (version 1.3.4) has a file size of 572.49 KB and is available for download from our website.
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