Key Features

NetTools is a handy new troubleshooting tool to help you diagnose network problems — fast.

  • SNMP MIB Browser
  • Switch Port Mapper
  • Real-Time Bandwidth Monitoring
  • Enhanced Ping and Traceroute
  • WHOIS Lookup
  • DNS Record Query
  • MAC Address Search
  • IPv4/IPv6 Subnet Calculator

NetTools integrates seamlessly into Easy-IP when installed on the same server, but can also be deployed as a standalone tool for Network Engineers on their own PC.

mib browserSNMP MIB Browser
Explore your switches, routers, servers, probes and other SNMP enabled devices.

Supports SNMPv1, v2 and v3 with full 128 bit encryption for enhanced security.

Perform SNMP operations such as GET, GET-NEXT, load vendor MIB files and browse specific OIDs for troubleshooting.
switch port mapperSwitch Port Mapper
Identify devices by MAC address, IP address, or hostname and find out which devices are connected to your switch ports.

Display switch port information such as interface description, port speed, in/out errors, admin/operational status, VLAN assignments and more…

Vendor independent — Supports Cisco, Huawei, Netgear, 3-com, D-Link, Linksys, Cabletron and others.

WHOIS Lookup

Find out Owner/Contact details of an IP address or domain.

Direct links to all regional internet registries, ARIN, RIPE, APNIC.

Ping & Traceroute

Trace path to a remote IP Address.

Display the domain names and response time for each hop.

Bandwidth Monitor

Identify bottlenecks by traffic monitoring and bandwidth analysis.

Display real-time network performance via dynamic charts and gauges.

Subnet Calculator

Create thousands of IPv4 or IPv6 subnets in a jiffy, based on network ranges or subnet mask.

VLSM and CIDR is fully supported, with visual indication of the CIDR prefix for each subnet.

DNS Query

Lookup common resource types such as NS, A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, PTR records.

Perform authoritative DNS lookups and get TLD server information.

MAC Address Search

Find out the manufacturer of your network card based on the MAC address.

Search the MAC vendor database by Address Prefix, Vendor Name or Location.