LANView is a powerful tool for LAN administration. It can quickly obtain information about all hosts on a network, including IP addresses, MAC addresses, hostnames, users and groups. With LANView, capturing and analyzing network packets real time would be convenient. Additionally, you can also use it to scan port, broadcast message, remote shutdown, remote wakeup, lookup host, trace route, monitor connections, audit SNMP, find computer, ping, display network traffic, detects local host and get information about IP addresses, network adapter, Winsock, etc.
» version 3.1.0 - posted on 2009-05-18
Map Port To Process updated to Support Vista
» version 2.9 - posted on 2006-01-03
EULA - End User License Agreement
LANView is Shareware, which means that you can use it legally for 21 days to evaluate it. If during, or at the end of, that period you decide that you would like to continue using it, please register your copy. Your single-user registration will license you to use your copy of LANView, will support work on future versions, new features and bug fixes, and will provide you with technical support via e-mail. LANView may be freely distributed subject to, but not limited to, the following terms: LANView may not be sold or resold, distributed as a part of any commercial package, used in a commercial environment, used or distributed in support of a commercial service, or used or distributed to support any kind of profit-generating activity, even if it is being distributed freely.
The integrity of the original LANView distribution file as distributed by author is essential. LANView and all of its related files must be distributed together in the original format. The LANView distribution file may not have files added to it or removed from it and none of its contents may be modified, decompiled, or reverse engineered.
LANView is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall author be liable for any damages whatsoever including direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, loss of business profits or special damages, even if author have been advised of the possibility of such damages