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Distinct Network Monitor

Distinct Network Monitor translates complex protocol negotiation into natural language, pinpointing where errors occurred. Not only is it easier to use than any other competing products, but it also translates the packet negotiation into natural language, something no other network protocol analyzer does.

Distinct Network Monitor also captures several network traffic statistics for the network segment being monitored and provides a graphical representation of the statistics gathered.

This feature may be used together with packet sniffing or on its own. When used on its own, the statistics can potentially span most of the network if Distinct Agents are installed on one system per subnet or switch.

Feature Summary: Captures network traffic and interprets it in plain English. Gives an intelligent interpretation of what actually happened on the network. Imports packet trace files taken with other networks analyzers and views them in Distinct’s plain English format. Supports high speed and wireless networks. Supports 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet and wireless TCP/IP adapters and 4/16 Token Ring cards. Works over serial line with a PPP connection. It allows you to filter at any level. You may filter the capture itself to avoid the collection of unnecessary packets and reduce the size of your capture. You may also filter a captured file and save the packets filtered to a new, smaller, more manageable file. Has a Remote IP Sniffing capability through its Agents. Gathers statistics related to the traffic seen by the system it is running on. It includes the ability to produce statistical reports in HTML format. Exports the network packet trace. This allows you to make use of the data gathered right in your application. Packet header information may be exported in a comma separated format (CSV) for use with Excel or imported into a database. Supports a wide range of protocols. It includes parsers for the most important protocols of the Internet including IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, POP3, IMAP, LDAP, H323, SIP, etc.