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Network Tools

Track down problems with our online network diagnostic tools.

8/17/16
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a standardized networking protocol used on Internet Protocol (IP) networks for dynamically distributing network configuration parameters, such as IP (IPv4 and IPv6) addresses for interfaces and services.
6/19/14

Register hosts for DNS DHCP service. New management tool.

6/19/14

Display network path and physical location information about a particular device.

6/19/14

Report on which IP addresses are in use by a particular MAC address historically.

6/19/14

Show utilization for a particular subnet.

6/19/14

A real-time poll of MAC addresses being served by any layer2 device.

9/2/14
Use this tool will send a Wake-On-LAN (WoL) packet to the selected subnet for the MAC address specified. This will allow you to wake a machine remotely, without being present on a particular subnet.

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