TCP Spy .Net Standard      

Size:  529KB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2010-08-28  | Changelog

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OS:  Win NT/2000/XP/2003

Downloads:   6125

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Software Product Description

TCP Spy .Net is a small application used to trace TCP packets between a client and a server.

Optimized for .Net Web Services, TCP Spy .Net will help you find any bottleneck and it will help you in analyzing your bandwidth usage. With TCP Spy .Net, you can inspect data in different views, track server calls or just redirect the host.

It's a 4 in 1 tool:

  • Monitoring Tool
  • Web Service / Web Site profiling Tool
  • Redirection Server
  • Network / Web Site / Web Services Spy
The Standard Edition is free.


  • Light and easy to deploy (one executable only)
  • Small (less than 2 meg)
  • Rich and easy user interface
  • Auto update
  • Compatible with Windows XP/2k3/Vista
  • Free


  • Monitor connection IP address
  • Monitor connection destination
  • Monitor opened connection
  • Log connections and requests to file
  • Suspend monitoring with no service interruption
  • Flag connection / request for an easier tracking
  • Insert grid marker for an easier tracking
  • View and clear log file


  • Profile Web Service: calls, durations, bytes in, bytes out
  • Profile Url: content, size
  • Get stats about Web Service (calls, duration, bytes in, bytes out)
  • Get stats about Url (calls, duration, bytes in, bytes out)
  • Pause profiling without interrupting the communication
  • Get the size and the duration of the each request
  • View request details for each connections
  • Summary request view

Redirection server:

  • Configure port redirection
  • Configure ip redirection

Network spy:

  • Inspect bytes in / request data
  • Inspect bytes out / response data
  • Inspect header and raw data
  • View HTTP header

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.

What's New in version

  • Free version of TcpSpy