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Welcome to The TCP/IP Guide! The leader in open source network tutorial Port Scanner NetworkActiv Port Scanner is a network exploration and administration tool that allows you to scan and explore internal LANs and external WANs. Because of the versatility and choosable operating modes available in NetworkActiv Port Scanner, it may be used by experienced network administrators as well as by novices. NetworkActiv Port Scanner provides all the basic features that you'd expect in an advanced network scanner, but also provides many additional features and technologies, some of which being completely unique to this scanner. NetworkActiv Port Scanner provides scanning performance simply not found in other Windows based network scanners, but one will need to actually try it to understand just how fast a network scan can be. TCP connect() port scanner (standard TCP port scanner). TCP SYN port scanner (auxiliary TCP port scanner). A subnet port scanner is a utility used to find computers at a given IP subnet with a given port open.

DNS Sleuth An online tool for checking of DNS zones Sleuth version 1.4.4 (21-05-08) This is an online version of Sleuth -- a detector of common errors in DNS zones. To check a zone, just enter its name in the form below. You can explictly specify a name server to be asked for zone data and if its name isn't available from the public DNS, then also its IP address. If you want to run Sleuth on your own machine, just download the latest version from our FTP server. If this page looks a bit fruitless, but otherwise displayed correctly, it's probably because your browser doesn't support the Cascading Style Sheets which are The Right Way to define presentation of HTML documents. Networking Basics: Part 2 - Routers If you would like to read the other parts in this article series please go to: In the first part of this article series, I talked about some basic networking hardware such as hubs and switches. In this article, I want to continue the discussion of networking hardware by talking about one of the most important networking components; routers. Even if you are new to networking, you have probably heard of routers. Broadband Internet connections, such as those utilizing a cable modem or a DSL modem, almost always require a router. That being the case, I'm going to focus my discussion around simple, low budget routers that are typically used to connect a PC to a broadband Internet connection. As I explained earlier, a router's job is to move packets of data from one network to another. So if a router's job is to move traffic between two networks, and the Internet is one of those networks, where is the other one? Figure A: This is the front view of a 3COM broadband router The Routing Process

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