Network Diagnostic Software for Laptops required.

  MjM Hellfire 10:37 09 Aug 2003
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Are there any network diagnostic software utilities/programmes/tools out there that can be installed onto a laptop/notepad for testing cable/socket integrity, rather than buying specific cable testers?

For me it would be very useful to have the software on a laptop, then just connect it to a socket via the UTP/RJ45 and run test from the pc rather than spend more money on extra tools.

Cheers!

  MjM Hellfire 14:10 15 Aug 2003

~BUMP~

  Belatucadrus 14:59 15 Aug 2003

click here Aida32 network edition. A bit of a longshot

click here phoenix datacom network analyser software edition

click here

In a word NO. All that a cable tester does is to test the electrical connection between 2 points.

It is a reliable piece of kit and for its ability to diagnose faulty wiring or RJ45 connections is very cheap at around £50.

Try this link to Videk

click here

Best wishes

  MjM Hellfire 18:57 15 Aug 2003

Cheers all.

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