Networking

Make network problem solving easier with these five apps

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This gallery is also available as a post in the TechRepublic Five Apps Blog.

Network troubleshooting can run the gamut of possibilities. From hardware to software to external, uncontrollable forces, to powerful Jedi mind tricks. When you're troubleshooting networking issues, the problem can often point toward many and varied issues. When that happens, you'll want to have access to tools to help you diagnose the issue. One place to turn for such a tool set is the good old Internet.

Web-based networking toolkits often offer numerous ways to test routes, domains, and other issues that will directly affect your network. I have found five solid web-based tools for you to try out. Some are free, some have a price attached; either way, they are all ready to serve.

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