I want to monitor the complete operation of Wndows PC's connected in my LAN network without their knowledge.
Advice me the best software to do so.
For office purpose.
I Run Ubuntu 10/04.
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Hello fellow Ubuntu users, I am running 32-bit Xubuntu 12.10 and I am curious how to monitor my home network.
I have few questions:
1. How can I see all the devices currently connected to my Wi-Fi? (And can I? Since I am using computer that is connected over ethernet cord)
2. How can I shut them off the my network?
3. Is there any way to protect myself from possible MITM attacks?
Whenever I show the Network tab of the Windows Resource Monitor in Windows 8 my wireless network performance decreases by 50%.
I was trying to work out why I was not getting anything more than 150Mbps on an 802.11n network and thought I would use the Resource Monitor to get feedback but whenever I show the Ui network performance dips from 21MB/s to 9MB/s as in the graph below.
Hello, I've had my Ubuntu 12.04 LTE running for a while now and things work for the most. Except I haven't found much in the way of enabling the integrated graphics on my CPU. I am running 1 monitor from my graphics card, and have an auxiliary monitor connected to the VGA port on my motherboards I/O. However, after installing the the Intel Graphics drivers using the recommended software my 2.
After made a fresh Mandriva 2010 installation on my desktop computer. Next step is to connect to the network to gain access to internet and other network resources on my office. This tutorial will guide you how to configure the network connections on Mandriva 2010.
I'm looking for some type of network monitoring software that will track what processes/services are using network while it is running.
I've thought about using wireshark but I don't need all the packets captured, I just need an overview. I have a monitor widget on my desktop but it only shows how much network is being used, not what processes are using it.
I am tasked with setting up a primarily windows based network for a construction firm. They require Autocad data, standard Microsoft Office and Peachtree files to be shared across the network. I would appreciate any advice on the best mix of software components to achieve this. I have been reviewing Samba file server with Wine. Just need some clarity from any past experience Thks.
NetStat unlike Wireshark is a command line tool used to show the network status. It is used to monitor incoming and outgoing network connections. It is also used for monitoring various network interface statistics. So lets see how to use NetStat to monitor the network connections.
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