A Wi-Fi network packet analysis application that can help you detect connection problems and suggest improvements that can enhance speed
|Updated||June 25 2020|
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|Crack Size||24.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Eye P.A. is an advanced 802.11 network diagnostics and packet analysis utility that can assist administrators in efficiently identifying connection problems. It can thoroughly examine the structure of the transmitted data and display it graphically, enabling you to analyze packets in detail.
Eye P.A. is especially designed for Wi-Fi networks, providing compatibility with AirPcap Nx, a powerful USB-based packet capture device. Alternatively, you can load locally stored packet files and proceed with the analysis. The range of supported formats includes PCAP, WCAP, PCAPNG, NCF, PKT, APC and CAP.
The application inspects the packet, retrieving information concerning the channel selection, the packet ratio and the data rates. But its functionality is not limited to data collection. Based on these details, it can explain potential issues that affect the network and provide useful suggestions to fix problems.
Eye P.A. generates a color-coded pie chart containing data about the total air time, the amount of transferred bytes or the number of packets. Moving your mouse cursor over the graphical representation reveals popup windows showing you details about the corresponding data type.
In addition to this, it shows you all the access points, information about client devices that correspond to a particular SSID and the various frame types transmitted throughout the network.
Data can be filtered based on the SSID, the MAC address, the data rate and various other criteria, while the packet structure is displayed in an organized table, enabling you to view wireless data exchange sessions. Moreover, all the gathered information can be easily exported to Wireshark for further analysis.
Eye P.A. Crack can be of great use to administrators and regular users alike, providing them with a advanced packet analysis application for 802.11 networks. It can offer practical suggestions that can help them enhance the network speed and improve its reliability.
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