+ 0 Votes a minor nit, but... pgit 3 years ago I use etherape as a quick monitor of traffic as a troubleshooting device. I can tell pretty quick if there is a network layer issue, or some client or server has gone awry, for example. But you can't save any of it's output. I'm not interested in saving GUI output, I'd like to have the statistical analysis of protocol use behind the display. Another utility I find handy is "the door." Sometimes I just can't get out through the thing fast enough. If there were some way to speed up the 'out the door' process that doesn't involve insult or rudeness I would find "the door" more useful. More of a "go to" tool than it is now. BTW speaking of useful I'm still trying to find out if you can run the standard windows and Linux tools on a smart phone or perhaps tablet device, and if so, which device? I've heard of some people doing remote admin with an iphone, but I've not heard exactly what can be done. I'd like to basically be able to invoke anything I do now with a computer remotely via a smaller device that has it's own internet access point. (ie a phone built in, plus wifi when available) I wish someone would write up the state of the art vis remote server/network admin with a hand held device. + 0 Votes My Most Common Problems rkuhn 3 years ago End users. I use a hammer. If you could be so kind as to invent a multi-head hammer that would be nice. LOL! + 0 Votes My Most Common Problems rkuhn 3 years ago End users. I use a hammer. If you could be so kind as to invent a multi-head hammer that would be nice. LOL!