A useful program for knowing if a particular program is using the internet, and even viewing the communications. Do you need to log certain network activity, but have no easy means to do so?
Or are you just bored and looking for a new network toy to play with? Whether you’re a network administrator, network programmer or power user, AnalogX PacketMon is a fast and simple to use network monitor!
AnalogX PacketMon allows you to capture IP packets that pass through your network interface – whether they originated from the machine on which PacketMon is installed, or a completely different machine on your network!
Once the packet is received, you can use the built in viewer to examine the header as well as the contents, and you can even export the results into a standard comma-delimited file to importing into your favorite program.
PacketMon has a powerful rule system that allows you to narrow down the packets it captures to ensure you get what you’re after, without tons of unrelated information.

 

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AnalogX PacketMon is a network monitoring program that allows you to capture network traffic and view the details about packets transmitted or received from a remote source.
With the built-in packet viewer, you can examine a particular packet for information such as protocol, recipient address, sender address, source IP address, destination IP address, source port, destination port, TCP flags, and many more.
You can also view the contents of the packet, such as the headers and the data, in a set of output columns.
Additionally, you can define one or more condition rules that can be triggered by a given packet. For example, you can check a TCP Flags column and filter the captured packets by different TCP Flags values.
You can also apply a rule to all the packets that meet a certain condition, and you can export the contents of all the packets that meet a condition to a standard file.
PacketMon can be used to capture packets from a machine running PacketMon on your local network (a machine running PacketMon connected to a router or switch), or from an end point on a remote network (a machine on a remote network connected to your router or switch).

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*Filter packets by source and destination MAC address
*Filter packets by source and destination IP address
*Filter packets by source and destination ports
*Filter packets by source and destination IP address and port, or any combination of those
*Filter packets by TCP flags
*Allow filter rules to be combined with logical AND or OR operators
*Filter packets by protocol (eg, “tcp”)
*Capture packets from either direction
*Filter packets by individual packet fields (eg, source port, destination port)
*Filter packets by having specific values in a given packet field
*Filter packets by a given values in multiple fields (eg, “any protocol with source port of X and destination port of Y”)
*Capture packets that have been received
*Capture packets that are not being transmitted
*Capture packets that have been dropped
*Filter packets by IP address and port (eg, “to host 192.168.1.1 port 53”)
*Filter packets by protocol, IP address and port (eg, “to any inet.tcp”)
*Filter packets by protocol, IP address

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•View data traffic
•Capture traffic from a user’s internet connection
•Look at the flow of packets at any point in time
•View the contents of a packet
•Capture, view, and save a raw packet as either a.Pcap file or a.Csv
•Watch the data use (eg: download speeds) from the network monitor
•View packets captured by an IP address
•Filter packets by source or destination address
•Filter by application
•Filter by domain
•Filter by IP protocol
•Filter by TCP or UDP protocol
•Filter by packet length
•Filter by source or destination port
•Filter by IP header
•View the HTTP headers
•Filter by URL
•View VGA information
•Connect to server using a standard GUI
•Export data into standard comma-delimited format
•Filter by protocol
•Filter by client
•Filter by protocol type
•Filter by fragment offset
•Filter by packet length
•Filter by protocol status
•View the full HTTP headers
•View the HTTP body
•View the HTTP requests
•View the response status
•View traffic by an http request
•View a TCP connection
•View a TCP connection by port
•View a list of all the connections
•View a list of all the HTTP requests in a connection
•View a list of all the responses in a connection
•View a list of all the HTTP responses in a connection
•View a list of all the errors in a connection
•View a list of all the errors for one of the requests in a connection
•View a list of all the errors for one of the responses in a connection
•View a list of all the errors for a connection
•View a list of all the fields for a request
•View a list of all the fields for a response
•View a list of all the fields for a connection
•View a list of all the error messages for a request
•View a list of all the error messages for a response
•View a list of all the error messages for a connection
•View a list of all the response headers
•View a list of all the request headers
•View the HTTP responses
•View the HTTP responses to a given request
•View the HTTP requests
•View the HTTP requests to a given response
•View the bytes in a packet (sometimes called the raw packet)
•View the HTTP/1.1 headers
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AnalogX PacketMon is a simple and fast packet sniffer to examine all the IP packets sent and received over your local network.
It can capture Internet Protocol (IP) packets using the capture mode.
Like the other programs in the AnalogX family, it can capture those packets as they transit your computer and get sent to another computer over the network.
It also has a built-in packet viewer and you can export the captured packets into standard comma-delimited text files to import into any program.
In addition to the built in packet viewer, you can specify a variety of rule sets (such as by source and destination host name, source IP address, destination IP address, port, protocol, or source and destination port number) to filter the packets according to your requirements.
Built-in packet filtering:
With new versions of AnalogX PacketMon, it is possible to filter on a whole variety of things, including source and destination network addresses, IP addresses, ports, and ports.
Visible Protocol:
You can see what protocols are using the internet – IP, TCP, and UDP.
Visible Source and Destination:
You can easily see what is communicating with which host, whether it is sending or receiving.
Destination Table View:
You can look up a whole list of destination information, so you can find out which of your hosts are sending and receiving which kind of packets.
Each of the host entries is very detailed, including network, location, IP address, and other attributes.
You can also look up hosts by name and network, among other things.
You can also view a table of the active protocols in use.
Source Table View:
You can look up a whole list of sources, so you can find out which of your hosts are sending and receiving which kind of packets.
You can also view a table of the active protocols in use.
Rule Based Viewing:
You can specify any set of rules to filter on what packets you want to capture.
Source List:
You can search and view a list of the hosts on your network.
If you have to monitor a large network, you can look up specific sources by network, or all the hosts you want to keep an eye on by “host name” or IP address.
Once you are viewing the capture, you can select exactly what to view from the viewing options menu. You can choose which packets to view in full detail (including protocol, source, destination

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If you look closely at the windows that come up when you open the program, the top one says “packet viewing” so it’s simply a packet sniffer. But what about the rest of the windows that come up after you open the program?
Well, they display information, and some of it is quite useful.
The first window is what you really care about: It shows the flows of packets, and enables you to view and analyze the headers. It allows you to see what packets were sent between your machine and the destination.
The second window is showing the traffic of a range of address space from somewhere near the top-right corner. This is usually very useful.
The third window is showing the traffic that is being sent back to the machine you’re using. There’s usually one window for this, because the information is cached, and you could have a lot of flows at that same address space, and as a result, the the third window can look a bit cluttered.
The fourth window is a summary of the flow that was shown in the first window.
The fifth window is what is called the filter window. You can set up filters here. Now, you’re going to set up more than one filter, because most of us have multiple computers, and we’re going to want to be able to analyze the packets on all of those.
The first box is the source filter. If you put a filter like this (“192.168.0.0/24”) into this first box, it says that this box only shows packets that were sent to an address in that space. So, packets that were sent to 192.168.0.0/24 or to 192.168.0.1/24, 192.168.0.50/24, 192.168.0.255/24 are all affected by this rule.
The second box is the destination filter. If you put a filter like this (“192.168.0.0/24”) into this second box, it says that this box only shows packets that were sent from a device on your network. So, packets that were sent from 192.168.0.0/24 or to 192.168.0.1/24, 192.168.0.50/24, 192.168.0.255/24 are all affected by this rule.
The third box is the interface filter. If you put a filter like this (“eth0

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