Microsoft Network Monitor 3.3.1641

 

For troubleshooting you can use several tools. This time I used the microsoft network monitor 3.3 tool for network sniffing.

no not wireshark first I had to update I used an old version so after I installed 3.3 I’m ready to go. But after a “binging” I found extra updates and tools for the MNN3.3 Below is Info I grabed to get you started. Source info : Network Monitoring Team

Updated Parsers:

As you probably already know, we release new parsers on CodePlex every month. In these updates we’ve included updates for Windows 7 protocols. We also have support for Remote Windows Sockets (RWS) which is used to proxy TCP and UDP traffic from Winsock applications. Check out this blog for more information.

We post all the source code for the parsers, and you are free to look at the code, file bugs, request we take your parser code etc. This is a fully open-source parser project!

New Experts:

TCP Analyzer – TCP Analyzer lets you view TCP traffic visually and determine performance issues. This blog has more information.

Top Users – Top Users is an expert that lets you view the heaviest talkers on your network. This allows you to get a high level view and narrow down on machines that could be expectedly consume network bandwidth.

If you would like to create your own expert feel free to contacts us for information. http://nmexperts.codeplex.com has more details on how to submit a project for consideration.

New Public Forums:

The forums on Connect are normally for supporting our betas, though we’ll answer any question you have. However we now have public forums here, which is geared towards supporting the currently released version. Please post your Network Monitor 3.3 questions there so all users can learn from each other and feel free to answer question as well to help others out.

Hopefully this quick note will help you keep in touch with everything that is going on with Microsoft Protocols and Network Monitor 3.

Enjoy,

Network Monitor Team

Author: Robert Smit [MVP]

Robert Smit is Senior Technical Evangelist and is a current Microsoft MVP in Clustering as of 2009. Robert has over 20 years experience in IT with experience in the educational, health-care and finance industries. Robert’s past IT experience in the trenches of IT gives him the knowledge and insight that allows him to communicate effectively with IT professionals who are trying to address real concerns around business continuity, disaster recovery and regulatory compliance issues. Robert holds the following certifications: MCT - Microsoft Certified Trainer, MCTS - Windows Server Virtualization, MCSE, MCSA and MCPS. He is an active participant in the Microsoft newsgroup community and is currently focused on Hyper-V, Failover Clustering, SQL Server, Azure and all things related to Cloud Computing and Infrastructure Optimalization. Follow Robert on Twitter @ClusterMVP Or follow his blog https://robertsmit.wordpress.com Linkedin Profile Http://nl.linkedin.com/in/robertsmit Robert is also capable of transferring his knowledge to others which is a rare feature in the field of IT. He makes a point of not only solving issues but also of giving on the job training of his colleagues. A customer says " Robert has been a big influence on our technical staff and I have to come to know him as a brilliant specialist concerning Microsoft Products. He was Capable with his in-depth knowledge of Microsoft products to troubleshoot problems and develop our infrastructure to a higher level. I would certainly hire him again in the future. " Details of the Recommendation: "I have been coordinating with Robert implementing a very complex system. Although he was primarily a Microsoft infrastructure specialist; he was able to understand and debug .Net based complext Windows applications and websites. His input to improve performance of applications proved very helpful for the success of our project

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