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Webtile Network Discovery 1.0.1      

Size:  522KB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2019-09-25

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OS:  Windows Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   7062

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10

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Webtile Network Discovery is an intuitive tool that helps users verify the accuracy and speed of a stations network response. You can set your preferred network discovery options to determine whether your computer has easy access to particular stations. The tool is especially handy if you want to configure a means of sharing printers and files.

You can also use Webtile Network Discovery to scan IP ports and trace route URLs. It can help you find other devices or IPs on the network.

The application sends signals, which you can configure to be sent repeatedly or just once. It will then receive results and display them for you in real time.

You can use three different testing methods: Ping Test, Trace Route and Port Scan. The application starts with the Ping Test by default, and the interface lets you enter the IP address you want to analyze and specify the latency value. You may either activate or deactivate the loop option. The network response details displayed on the log area include the replying port, TTL parameter, time of response and size.

If you are using the Trace Route testing method, you need to specify either the URL or IP address you want to test. This test automatically activates the loop function by default.

The Port Scan test opens visible ports after scanning the IP you specify in a particular port range.

Webtile Network Discovery is such a lightweight application you may take it for granted. However, it offers you useful tools for determining the state of your IP in a network. It has a fast response time and displays the results on a nice interface.

Software Product Description

Network discovery tool that includes three different network tools.
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