Best network monitoring tool?

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      San
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      Hi,

      What is the best network monitoring tool? I want to test downloading and monitor network behavior with the tool.

      Thanks,
      San

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      Paolo Maffezzoli
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      Hello San,

      there are different tools depending what are your requirements, in any case here some examples :

      Also, take a look on this post What are your favorite SysAdmin tools for Windows? There are some tools that could help you.

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        Paolo Maffezzoli
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        And another network tool that can help you is MiTeC Network Scanner, a multi-use freeware tool.

        It is a free multi-threaded ICMP, Port, IP, NetBIOS, ActiveDirectory and SNMP scanner with many advanced features. It is intended for both system administrators and general users who are interested in computer security. The program performs ping sweep, scans for opened TCP and UDP ports, resource shares and services.
        For devices with SNMP capability available interfaces are detected and basic properties displayed.
        In addition you have to edit results, save/load results to/from CSV and print network device list and any data in any section can be exported to CSV.
        It can also resolve host names and auto-detect your local IP range.

        Scan features:ActiveDirectory
        Network neighbourhood
        Ping (ICMP)
        IP Address
        MAC Address (even across routers)
        MAC Vendor
        Device name
        Device domain/workgroup
        Logged user
        Operating system
        BIOS, Model and CPU
        System time and Up time
        Device description
        Type flags (SQL server, Domain controller etc.)
        Remote device date and time
        TCP and UDP port scanning
        SNMP services.
        Installed services on device
        Shared resources
        Sessions
        Open Files
        Running processes
        Terminal sessions
        Event Log
        Installed software
        SAM accounts
        WMI Queries
        Powerful WhoIs client

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