Network Analyzer Pro

Network Analyzer Pro

By Techet

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2012-09-18
  • Current Version: 7.4.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 15.11 MB
  • Developer: Techet
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 4,266 Ratings

Description

The ultimate tool for network analysis, LAN scanning, and problem detection. Network Analyzer can help you diagnose various problems in your wifi network setup, Internet connectivity, and also detect various issues on remote servers thanks to the wide range of tools it provides. It is equipped with a high-performance wifi device discovery tool, including all the LAN device's addresses and names, together with the Bonjour/DLNA services they provide. Further, Network Analyzer contains standard net diagnostic tools such as ping, traceroute, port scanner, DNS lookup, whois, and Internet speed test. Finally, it displays various useful information related to your wifi/cell connection. Everything works with both IPv4 and IPv6. WIFI LAN SCANNER • Fast and reliable detection of all network devices (wifi & VPN) • IP addresses of all discovered devices • NetBIOS, mDNS (Bonjour​), LLMNR, and DNS name where available • Pingability test of discovered devices • IPv6 availability and discovered IPv6 addresses • Wake on LAN (WOL) including remote WOL • Scan of custom IP ranges • Filtering and search in the discovered device list PING & TRACEROUTE • Round trip delay including IP address and hostname for every network node • Geolocation data including latitude, longitude, country, city, and time zone • AS number and network name information • Complete trace route visualization on the map • Graphical ping statistics updated in real time • Configurable ICMP/UDP probes for traceroute • Configurable ping payload size • Both IPv4 and IPv6 - selectable PORT SCANNER • Fast, adaptive algorithm for scanning the most common ports or user-specified port ranges • Detection of closed, firewalled, and open ports • Description of the known open port services • Scan of complete port range or user-editable common ports • Both IPv4 and IPv6 - selectable WHOIS • Whois of domains, IP addresses and AS numbers DNS LOOKUP • Functionality similar to nslookup or dig • Support of ANY, A, AAAA, CAA, CNAME, HINFO, MX, NS, PTR, SOA, SPF, SRV, SSHFP, TXT records • Decoding and showing DNSSEC records such as DNSKEY, CDNSKEY, RRSIG, NSEC3PARAM, NSEC, NSEC3, DS, CDS, TLSA INTERNET SPEED • Test of both download and upload speeds • Graphical speed test view • Speed test history NETWORK INFORMATION • Default gateway, external IP (v4 and v6), DNS server, HTTP proxy • Wifi network information such as SSID, BSSID, IP address, and subnet mask • Cell (3G, LTE) network information such as IP address, network provider, MCC, MNC • Monitor of wifi, cell and VPN data usage (both sent and received data since the last boot) LOCAL SERVICE DISCOVERY • Bonjour service browser • UPnP/DLNA service and device browser MORE • Full IPv6 support everywhere • History of all performed tasks with the possibility to star the favorite ones • Export by email, AirPrint, and AirDrop for most tools • Copy/paste support • Detailed help • Regular updates, support page

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Reviews

  • Great until Apple’s iOS 11 restrictions

    4
    By Jason somthing
    This is a good tool for WiFi geek types like myself. Handy IT networking tool for Pre iOS 11. This is not the fault of the developer. In iOS 11, apps can no longer access MAC addresses in the ARP table. I’m not sure what other limitations this application now has on my 8 Plus. There are some things that are missing, mainly signal strength and signal to noise ratio as well as the noise floor. It would also be nice if it reported the channel of the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands. Your iPhone or iPad is on one so the hardware knows, but Apple may not allow access to this information.
  • No channel analyzer

    1
    By future DirecTV customer
    I bought this for a WiFi channel analyzer, which it doesn’t have. The rest of the info is available using free apps. Not much value here.
  • Excellent tool.

    5
    By JEKerrville
    This application, "tool" is excellent for rudimentary network diagnostics. Ping and route reporting and mapping is very useful. This App allowed us to identify a "spam" source down to the actual location of the source and STOP IT! It is a tool, not a game or toy. Compact and powerful. Well done.
  • This WAS the one

    1
    By CG03026
    11-24-17 Update So no more presentation of MAC Addresses during LAN scan. Basically renders the App useless. No longer of use for me. Four stars down to one, if that. GET BACK MAC Addresses or... Preparing now to remove App. Was worth $5-$6. Now worth $0.00, nada, zip, zero. ************************ I have 3-4 of these Apps. This is my goto Net Analyzer App.
  • Great app; use it daily

    5
    By HPC_Guy
    Does what it's advertised to do, including info for connected WiFi devices. Wish it could show signal info, but ... NOTE: IOS 11 crippled this and a number of other apps by hiding MAC addresses due to abuse by a select few developers. Please ask Apple to lift this restriction for network analyzer at apple.com/feedback/iphone.html
  • Ok

    5
    By Abottom241985
    Ok
  • Misleading description

    1
    By Ray1783
    The app is titled Wi-Fi analyzer, but all it does is look at your LAN! Does not even look at wireless, there is also an issue with IOS iPhone that the description does not address.
  • Excellent

    5
    By Luke805
    Very useful
  • Consistent updates

    5
    By Overhacked
    Really pleased with the latest round of compatibility updates and feature enhancements. It would be easy for an author to abandon the app and move on to “version 2” but this app has been kept up to date and enhanced for years!
  • Needs WiFi

    4
    By Charlieios
    This is been my go to product for quite a while, I sure wish it had Wi-Fi. Something and I ran into was I was trying to analyze my cellular connection it came up as zero, used another product it works fine, had to go in and turn cellular access on. Simple enough would’ve been nice if the apple of told me it needed access

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