AutoScan is a GNOME application designed to explore and to manage your network. Entire subnets can be scanned simultaneously without human intervention. It features OS detection, automatic network discovery, a port scanner, and the ability to save the network state.
The purpose of this EHNT (pronounced 'ent') is to get some useful information from netflow (version 5 only) without too much trouble. The typical EHNT user is a network administrator operating routers capable of exporting netflow packets.
EnderUNIX Knowlan is an ARP protocol based Local Area Network IP and MAC Adress Extractor. Knowlan uses libpcap and libnet libraries for to be simple to handle and to have a simple code for any interestor to deal with the code.
IEEE1394Diag is a GUI application that presents a graphical view of an IEEE1394 network and provides the ability to perform common 1394 operations.
IfaceMon displays the activity of your network interfaces (eth0, eth1, etc) in an easy way. Curses based, IfaceMon will show you the activity as a bar graph.
nProbe is a Netflow V5 probe characterized by portability to Unix and Windows environments, a small memory footprint (less than 2MB of memory regardless of the size of the network), and low CPU usage.
rstatus is a package containing rwho, ruptime and rwhod.
Social Networks Visualiser
Social Networks Visualiser is a GNU program which intends to help anyone, using Linux OS, to visualise graphically and play with social networks. It has been written in Qt3.
The minder is a small network application for automatic maintenance of peer lists. The application accepts connections from other network entities ("minions") and returns a list of other identitical minions.
trackpeer is an agent program that helps network and server administrators with tracking users' computers. It makes it possible to determine the MAC addresses of computers over a network, even when the computers are behind NATed gateways.
UntzUntz LAN Scan
UntzUntz LAN Scan uses 'smbclient' to creating a listing of all files contained within the local area network (that are shared).