CLI tools for Network analysis 2

After ping, telnet and dig we continue to see other useful tools for network analysis done by the command line. Traceroute traceroute is a computer network tool used to show the route taken by packets across an Internet Protocol (IP) network. An IPv6 variant, traceroute6, is also widely available. The traceroute tool is available on [...]

CLI tools for Network analysis 1

In two previous articles we saw two instruments that have as output of our analysis a graphic form (ntop and wireshark), but today we will see some tools you can use from the command line: Ping, telnet, dig, traceroute, whois, netstat, nmap, and mtr PING Ping is a computer network administration utility used to test [...]

Ntop for Network analysis

In the previous article we saw wireshark, which allows, once activated, to capture packets in a given interface, in this article we’ll see ntop software that allows you to have similar information but also something more. ntop is a network traffic probe that shows the network usage, similar to what the popular top Unix command [...]

Wireshark for Network analysis

On the Internet there are hundreds of excellent open source tools and utilities that can be used for network analysis, but not many technicians use them. Indeed, several open source solutions are truly effective and can help the specialist networks in daily work. In this first article i’ll show you Wireshark an useful tool for [...]