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TCP Tools: TCPing and Advanced IP Scanner

Posted by essjae on April 24, 2012


tcping.exe – ping over a tcp connection

tcping.exe is a small console application that operates similarly to ‘ping’, however it works over a tcp port. Not a terribly interesting concept, but I had trouble finding a windows utility to do this that I was happy with. There are now several different implementions of this floating around, written independently by different people. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

Update: tcping now also speaks http. If the ‘-h’ flag is used, tcping will connect and attempt to download the given url over http in addition to opening the port.

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Advanced IP Scanner (Free Network Scanning Tool)

Advanced IP Scanner is a free, fast and easy-to-use network scanner for Windows. In a matter of seconds, this utility finds all the computers on your network and provides easy access to their various resources, whether HTTP, HTTPS, FTP or shared folders. With Advanced IP Scanner, you can wake up and shut down remote groups of Windows machines. If you use Radmin remote access software, you will also enjoy the improved Radmin Server detection and integration capabilities, which allow you to connect to any scanned machine with Radmin Server.

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2 Responses to “TCP Tools: TCPing and Advanced IP Scanner”

  1. After I initially commented I seem to have clicked on the
    -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and from now
    on whenever a comment is added I get 4 emails with
    the same comment. Perhaps there is a way you can remove me from that service?
    Many thanks!

  2. essjae said

    Yours is the only comment on this post…whatever emails you’re getting they’re not coming from me.

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