Network Stuff is a software application that can be used in order to aid people in viewing your computer’s IP address, waking a PC from your LAN, resolving a DNS, viewing network speed and the list goes on.
The installation process is not a prerequisite and therefore, you do not have to go through the setup process. The Windows registry is not going to be changed at all, unless you approve of the changes.
It is also possible to place the program files to a USB thumb drive and as a result, run Network Stuff on any computer you have access to.
Start a TCP server and view a long list of network stats
This tool is tabbed, so that you can easily access all the available options. For example, you can easily start and stop a custom TCP server, as well as connect to a TCP client.
One tab enables you to scan a TCP, UDP, ICMP or CGI server through a proxy or your normal connection, while another enables you to ping or trace a specified host. It is possible to view stats pertaining to the processes running on your computer, as well as received header errors, successful reassemblies, failed fragmentations, total number of IP address on computer and received datagrams delivered.
View whois details and wake up a PC remotely
You can resolve a DNS with just a few clicks, as well as find whois information on any given IP address, retrieve the MAC address of any IP, as well as bring up your own IP with just a click of the button. Last but not least, a wake on LAN feature is included, so that you can easily open a computer remotely.
The system’s performance is not going to be hindered, regardless of the process under way, and all tasks are going to be completed in a fair amount of time. The interface is minimal and intuitive, and we did not detect any hangs or crashes in our tests.
Overall, it is safe to say that Network Stuff is an efficient and reliable piece of software, which is suitable to all types of users and it encloses a sufficient amount of options.