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Network Tools by KeepSolid – Ping, Traceroute, Scan Network Hosts [iOS]

06.21.2016, LIMITED TIME, by , 214℃.
***DUE TO THE TIMELINESS, PLEASE NOTE THAT THE iTunes PRICE CHANGES!***

Origin Price: $1.99, Now Free Limited Time.

Description

KeepSolid Network Tools – a smart solution for fast and accurate network analysis, server availability check and network censorship test.

If you need to check your network settings, test server availability, or scan WiFi networks for neighbor devices, KeepSolid Network Tools has been developed right for you! Our professional app is equipped with a wide range of tools like ping, traceroute, DNS resolve, simple TCP client, routes, and interfaces list. KeepSolid Network Tools allows you to identify problems before they become a serious issue.

We have developed the easiest and the most intuitive interface possible. It will help you to instantly perform any possible type of test or check.

The variety of expert analysis tools includes:

Server Check
– Add any custom domain for HTTP(S) availability check
– Gives additional information on whether domain name can’t be resolved or does not answer via HTTP protocol

WiFi Devices List
– Shows a list of all WiFi neighbor devices with their respective IP and MAC addresses
– Shows NetBIOS/Bonjour names of devices
– Allows ping/traceroute of the found devices to check connectivity

Ping
– Allows you to detect a packet loss and network problems
– Configurable timeout, delay, packet size, packet count

Traceroute
– Shows the full route from your device to the destination server
– Gives you all the stats on intermediate network hops

DNS Resolve
– You can use system configured DNS servers or choose from the list of pre-defined ones
– Fast and accurate data with copiable results
– Supports both IPv4 (A) and IPv6 (AAAA) field types
– Additional advanced field type responses are provided: MX, NS, SOA, SRV, TXT

TCP Client
– Connect to any plain-text that supports a TCP server
– Supports HTTP, SMTP, POP3, Telnet protocols
– Good for students researching network protocols

Network Routes
– Shows system routes on your device
– Similar to “route” utility from your Mac, especially useful for developers

Network Interfaces
– Shows all system network interfaces along with associated addresses
– Similar to “ifconfig” utility from your Mac.

Screenshots

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