Network Tools Application

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Network Tools Application

With this Network Tools Application you do not have to search around the web after these tools, Whois, Ping, Traceroute, Port Scan and Lookup, because you can use it from your desktop without a web browser.

Network Tools is a Graphical user interface for common network utilities. Open Network Tools Application in Linux Mint, Menu – System Tools -  Network Tools.Network Tools is a Graphical user interface for common network utilities.
Open Network Tools Application in Linux Mint, Menu – System Tools –  Network Tools.

Wohis Information about to whom a site is registered and when, E-mail, telephone number and much more.Wohis Information about to whom a site is registered and when, E-mail, telephone number and much more.

Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP response.Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP response.

Traceroute outputs the list of traversed routers in simple text format, together with timing information.Traceroute outputs the list of traversed routers in simple text format, together with timing information.

Port Scan for Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol for secure data communication.Port Scan for Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol for secure data communication.

Lookup for Default information, Internet Address, Canonical Name, Name Server plus other information.Lookup for Default information, Internet Address, Canonical Name, Name Server plus other information.

You also get information about your computers Devices, Netstat and Finger.  This Network Tools Application is by default in many Linux operating system, if this Network Tool is not installed on your Linux operating system, you can install it with the following instruction.You also get information about your computers Devices, Netstat and Finger.

This Network Tools Application is by default in many Linux operating system,
if this Network Tool is not installed on your Linux operating system, you can install it with the following instruction.

The easiest way how to install Network Tools is, open the Terminal and copy there the following command

sudo apt-get install gnome-nettool

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Other installation options are also from, Software Manager or Package Manager

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