Posts Tagged ‘diagnostic’

Microsoft Message Analyzer

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

Network admins and NOC personnel will appreciate this new replacement for Microsoft Network Monitor …

Microsoft Message Analyzer is a tool for Windows 7 and newer Windows versions that is been designed to assist users in troubleshooting and diagnostic scenarios. The program ships with functionality to capture, list and analyze protocol traffic, e.g. http and https connections, events, as well as system or application messages. It replaced Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4, and may be used to capture live local or remote traffic, and to load previous captures for further analysis.


Clumsy Makes Your Windows Network Conditions Worse … On Purpose

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

This does sound like a useful tool for developers … but wouldn’t it be simpler to just turn on a microwave near your wireless router?

Most Internet users strive to have a reliable network connection to the Internet, as it enables them to enjoy what it has to offer without most of the issues that may occur otherwise. If you are a gamer, you may want to avoid lag more than anything else, while P2P users may dislike throttling and users who stream media the dropping of packets. If you are a network administrator, or a developer whose creations rely on network connections, you may want to test how it behaves when conditions worsen.


Wireless Connection and Diagnostic Tool TekWiFi

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

This looks like a handy, free tool for WiFi users …

Connecting to the Internet via a wireless connection has really been made simple in past years. Instead of having to configure and diagnose the process extensively, it is now a simple process that should not take longer than a few minutes tops. At best, all you need to do is to select the wireless hotspot, a router for instance, that you want to connect to, and enter the passcode to establish the connection.