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Net use command description LAN messaging software Advanced LAN Instant Messenger Terminal server compatible Command line interface Read-only mode Ideal for Office Intranet LanTalk NET messenger
Need a 5-inch straight-through Ethernet cable? A 37-foot crossover cable? Tired of miles of extra cable coiled around your desk?
Affordable, feature-rich, and easy to use small and mid-sized business network management applications are hard to find, but they do exist. Case in point: The free Spiceworks, which has enjoyed popularity in the SMB network management crowd thanks to its vendor independence and ease of use. Cisco's Network Magic does a lot of what Spiceworks does, but we found it worked a bit buggy with non-Cisco networking products. More than a tool, Spiceworks is a portal comprised of network management, help desk, purchasing features, and a community of over 1,000,000 helpful users—mostly IT professionals—deemed "Spiceheads."
Takeaway: A honeynet management tool called honeyd can be a useful security tool like any other honeypot, but it can be a great low-level instructional tool as well. Each piece of software in the FreeBSD ports tree comes with a pkg-descr file that offers a summarized description of the software. Using a tool such as pkgsearch , also from FreeBSD ports, you can print the contents of that file to the console without having to type the full path or go to the file the long way. Using pkgsearch to get a description of the net/honeyd port shows this: