Re: Any good all-in-one GUI tool for net analysis ?
On Thu, 09 Feb 2012 11:35:28 +0100
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
> 09/02/2012 10:48, Alberto Fuentes wrote:
> > On 09/02/12 10:02, J. Bakshi wrote:
> >> Hello list,
> >> There are already good tools in linux for network analysis like
> >> digg, nslookup, host, mtr, traceroute, prads, nmap, netdiscover....
> >> etc.. etc...
> >> Is there any GUI client available which is based on all these
> >> collectively
> >> as a one place net analysis solution ?
> >> Please inform,
> >> Thanks
> > Im sure you mean dig instead of digg, but dont worry, its a common
> > mistake x)
> > I like zenmap. Its a front-end for nmap. And there was a gui that had
> > included all those utilities, ping, host, dig, mtr and more, but im
> > sorry, I cant recall the name :S
> > greets!
> > aL
> nmapsi4 is another nmap gui. Otherwise did you look into wireshark,
> snort ? What is the goal ?
The goal is to have a GUI which is based on the collective commands CLI.
So that you don't need to remember and search various options of those command.
You can just discover the nodes by netdiscover, then do some DNS based lookup,
host lookup.... everything from a single GUI without bothering too much to know
the underlying commands.