10-A program for administrators of networks, called Strike LANState. A monitoring system is primarily used to identify hosts. The current state of the network is displayed as a graphical map, which shows which hosts are currently active. In addition to monitoring, it allows receiving information about hosts, has a port scanner, monitors connections to network resources, sends regular or anonymous notifications to one or more computers in the network, etc.
Can turn on/off computers over the network. However, 10-Remote computers on the network that are running Strike LANState do not need client software installed.
- By simulating the LAN diagram visually and saving it as an image map or printing it, we can see the result visually; ;
- In addition to being able to use multiple cards at once, they also have a limited capacity.
- This card is capable of managing computers over the network and accessing remote devices.
- Logging IP addresses via TCP ports is not supported; Host monitoring (ICMP ping and connection to SMTP gateways is not supported).
- Watch what others do with shared resources ow the use of shared resources by other network users;
- Your network card should be inspected (en route) rt of your network card (inbound/outbound traffic)
- TCP port scanning and host searches; ICMP ping and search with IP address scanning.
- Networks monitored periodically; tionalizing of network devices;
- Administrator tools include those required to manage the system, such as a user account or password.In addition, scan ports, ping locations, trace routes and networks.
- The computer's IP address lets you know what network name it has;
- The network offers a variety of information;
- To notify you about events, follow these steps. sounds played back, logs recorded, programs started up, e-mails sent.mails, etc;
- Create access to devices using configureable context menus;
- Using an ICMP protocol, communicating with another person via IC IP and DNS, receiving information through SMS, logging of events and much more.