Net Tools

Net Tools

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Net Swiss Tools is compilation of network tools with a very simple and efficient user interface.

If you want to test it please give a try with the free version available on the market

With the menu button you can :
* Export result
* Save/Load/Delete your testing parameters
* Lock screen rotation(Landscape/Portrait)
* Quit

At this time it supports :
* App 2 SD
* ARP cache
* DNS (a the moment Simple Host Name to IP and reverse)
* Netcfg
* Netstat
* Network Discovery
* Ping (system ping)
* Ping Sweep (based on system ping)
* PS dump(Process Information)
* Route print (with address decoding in option)
* Trace route (special implementation because MTR and classic is not possible on non rooted phone)
* TCP Port Tester (with fast port selection)
* TCP Port scanner(with fast port selection)
The scan is cancelable with back button
Configurable timeout
* UDP Flood
* WHOIS request (with the possibility to choose the whois server), Recursive 5 deep max
* WOL, Wake on LAN

In the future it will support :
* TCP test Server (maybe Netcat like)
* Network properties
* Port live view scan
* Network scan
* More configurable things for existing tool

And maybe any of your suggestion

kw : net, net tool, network tool,networks tools

Tags: net tools andaroid, net tools, tools innet.

Recently changed in this version

* Keyboard fix for 4.3 and 4.4


Comments and ratings for Net Tools
  • (75 stars)

    by Will Smith on 25/12/2013

    Ports scan and ping sweep crash when rotate the screen. I would really like an ifconfig option to be added

  • (75 stars)

    by Sean McCann on 07/04/2013

    Looking for something like this works great on my moto RAZR I. Bought it after trying. Support the devs we need more apps like this.

  • (75 stars)

    by Sahil Umatia on 04/04/2013

    Awesome tool if you are into network security.

  • (75 stars)

    by Nathan Arnall on 25/03/2013

    Works great on my Nexus phone and tablet. I'm using it to ping sweep networks via a USB to Ethernet adaptor. Looking forward to more off the devs todo list.