Networking Tools

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  1. vagitarian

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    Im a currently taking the windows 2000 networking infrastructure class.

    For a project I have to find some networking utilities that can produce text output.

    Like creating a batch file to run the program and collect the output from the program to a text file.


    Any suggestions on programs to use would be greatly appreciated.

    I looked at some of the programs in the win2k resource kit like srvinfo and others but I am looking for something a little more interesting.

    Thanks
     
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    I don't know what you are asking - you want a program that outputs it's log in a ascii file or you want to create a program that will do it... I just don't know what you are asking.
     
  5. crotchfruit

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    dunno if this will help, but you can pipe a program's stdout to a text file by using the '>' character. for example:

    netstat > netstat.log

    when the program is finished you can look at netstat.log to see what it would have dumped to the screen.
     
  6. vagitarian

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    That is what I am looking for.

    I know how to use the pipe command to get text output.

    What I am looking for is a program that I can run and get output from.

    Something that is not already included with win2k or in the resoure kit.

    Like a freeware program or something like that.
     
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    I dunno - try and find a port scanner maybe?
     
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