Network Analyzer Pro APK Download

3.10

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Network Analyzer can help you diagnose various problems in your wifi network setup, Internet connectivity, and also detect various issues on remote servers thanks to the wide range of tools it provides.
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Developer
Jiri Techet
Version
3.10
Updated
August 6, 2021
Requirements
6.0 and up
Size
5.4M
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Description

Network Analyzer can help you diagnose various issues with your WIFI network setup, Internet connection, and detect various issues on remote servers thanks to the extensive tools it provides.

It is equipped with a quick WIFI device discovery tool, which includes the LAN device address, manufacturer and name, as well as the Bonjour / DLNA service they provide. In addition, Network Analyzer includes standard net diagnostic tools such as ping, traceroute, port scanner, DNS lookup, whose, and network speed test. Finally, it looks at all the neighboring Wi-Fi networks with additional details such as signal strength, encryption and the router manufacturer helps to find the best channel for a wireless router. Everything works with both IPv4 and IPv6.

WIFI signal meter:
– Shows both graphical and text presentation network channels and signal strength
– Channel usage graph – View usage per channel
– WIFI network type (WEP, WPA, WPA2)
– WIFI encryption (AES, TKIP)
– BSSID (router MAC address), manufacturer, WPS support
– Bandwidth (Android 6 and newer only)

LAN scanner:
– Fast and reliable detection of all network devices
– Vendor name, IP and MAC address of all discovered devices
– NetBIOS, men’s (bonjour), LLMNR, and DNS names where available
– Printability test of discovered instruments
– IPv6 availability and IPv6 address discovered
– Wake up to LAN (WOL) with remote WOL
– Scan of custom IP range
– Possibility to set custom device names
– Filtering and searching in inventory list

Network connection (only available on Android and below):
– Similar to the Unix Netstat tool – See network connections made by other apps
– Local and remote address and port number, connection status
– Remote hostname
– The name of the app that made the connection
– TCP, UDP, IPv4 and IPv6

Routing table:
– Destination and gateway, interface used, flag
– Both IPv4 and IPv6

Ping and trace root:
– Round trip delay with IP address and hostname for each network node
– Geolocation information including latitude, longitude, country, city and time zone
– AS number and network name information
– Full trace route visualization on the map
– Graphical ping statistics have been updated in real time
– Both IPv4 and IPv6 – Selectable

Port Scanner:
– Quick, adaptive algorithm for scanning the most common ports or user-specific port ranges
– Detection of closed, firefighting, and open ports
– Description of known open port services
– Scan of full port range or user-editable common ports
– Both IPv4 and IPv6 – Selectable

Who:
– Whose of domain, IP address and AS number

DNS Search:
– lookup or mining similar functionality
– Support for A, AAAA, SOA, PTR, MX, CNAME, NS, TXT, SPF, SRV records

Internet speed:
– Test both download and upload speed
– Graphical speed test view
– The fastest history

Network information:
– Default Gateway, External IP (v4 and v6), DNS Server, HTTP Proxy
– WIFI network information such as SSID, BSSID, IP address, subnet mask, signal strength, etc.
– Cell (3G, LTE) network information such as IP address, signal strength, network provider, MCC, MNC, etc.

Discover local services:
– Bonjour service browser
– UPNP / DLNA service and device browser

More:
– Full IPv6 support everywhere
– History of all edited work, including the possibility to do the work of choice
– Export via email and other means
– Copy / paste support
– Detailed help
– Regular updates, support page

What's new

The following features have been added on Android 10 and newer devices:
- show maximum Wi-Fi speeds in Mbps and the number of spatial streams (MIMO) in Wi-Fi signal list
- show channel utilization and number of connected devices if reported by Wi-Fi networks
- show maximum supported modulations and MCS indexes on the Wi-Fi details page
- show regulatory domain, beamforming support and other details on the Wi-Fi details page
- show currently used downlink and uplink speeds and the maximum speeds

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