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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TOPICS: iOS, Apple, iPhone, iPad
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    Nice Trace

    Powerful traceroute app for iOS. Does pretty much what you'd expect of a traceroute program, with the addition of nice graphics.

    Perfect for finding those bottlenecks.

    Download from iTunes.

    Price: $1.99

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    Net Status

    Get detailed information about your hosts, routers and other network devices connected to the Internet or LAN with this powerful, yet easy-to-use app.

    This app offers a whole range of features, including scanning of ICMP, TCP and UDP, MAC address and hardware vendor lookup, and Wake on LAN or Wi-Fi.

    You can also create a list of hosts to check whenever the app is run, allowing you to keep a close eye on the entirety of your digital empire.

    Download from iTunes.

    Price: $3.99

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    Deep Whois

    Yes, I know you can do a "whois" check through the browser, but an app makes it much easier.

    A very handy tool that costs you nothing.

    Download from iTunes.

    Price: Free

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