Network and network troubleshooting apps for the iPhone and iPad

Network and network troubleshooting apps for the iPhone and iPad

Summary: Here is a list of my favorite iOS network and network troubleshooting apps. These apps allow me to scan networks, remotely administer systems, and even remotely administer servers.

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    Introduction

    I consider my iPhone and iPad to be tools that are part of my troubleshooting toolkit. And because I usually have at least one of my iOS devices with me, I like to have a bouquet of network and network troubleshooting apps installed.

    Here is a list of my favorite iOS network and network troubleshooting apps. These apps allow me to scan networks, remotely administer systems, and even remotely administer servers.

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    Server Admin Remote

    Remotely manage OS X servers from anywhere you have an Internet connection. Hooks into the OS X Server automatically, so no additional installs required on server box.

    Very user-friendly, and a great tool for anyone responsible for OS X servers.

    Download from iTunes.

    Price: $9.99

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    VNC Viewer

    Control a computer from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch as easily as if you were sitting in front of it.

    This app allows you to connect to any OS X, Windows, Linux, or UNIX system running VNC-compatible Server technology using 3G or wi-fi.

    Rock solid, reliable, and highly customizable to suit your network.

    Download from iTunes.

    Price: $9.99

Topics: iOS, Apple, iPhone, iPad

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  • It's True What They Say About Apple Users...

    ...that they will pay money for software available for free on other platforms.
    ldo17
  • It's True What They Say About Apple Users...

    That is why there is much more good software available in the Apple store than in the others. People writing good software expect to be paid. They do have to eat and pay rent. People writing cheap shoddy software, do so as a hobby. You get what you pay for.
    arminw