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Offer Web based whois lookup and dns records dig tool to your site visitors. Requirements: #PHP support. #Port 53 opened for outbound connections.
 
 
Manage your network with a free network management application. An organized way to manage your network. 100% web-based network management, all categories and types are setup and managed with the web interface. Very easy to setup with PHP and MySQL. Manage your network devices, routers, switches, firewalls, hubs, and more. 100% Free, released under the GPL.
 
 
Features - Start Your Own IP Showing Service like whatsmyip - Put Your Own Custom Ads - Advanced Features Like Browser Detection Etc Etc - Very Easy To Customize - Earn Cash By Showing Ads - Future Versions Will Be More Advacned
 
 
IPplan is a web based, multilingual, IP address management and tracking tool based on php 4, simplifying the administration of your IP address space. IPplan can handle a single network or cater for multiple networks with overlapping address space. Updates: This release features a completely new look and feel with many user interface improvements. It adds linking of addresses to allow handling of NAT. There were many DNS administration improvements, so that users can now import DNS zones via zone transfers. Users can split and join networks, and quickly scan subnets using nmap, and external poller and trigger handlers were added, as was a feature to probe addresses before assigning, area/range modifications, better statistics of address space usage under findfree pages, improved handling of Apache virtual hosts, and a better audit log.
 
 
kimono is a network service monitor similar to sysmon. it aims to monitor services to such an extend that an administrator can be certain of its function, and in case of failure alert in a number of ways. it stores all data in a MySQL database
 
 
Node Runner is a network monitor which is designed to contact network nodes in a specific order based on the hierarchy of your network. If a node does not respond, each of its parents are systematically checked until the true problem is identified. Node Runner uses a shell script for its network polling, a Web interface for node information, reports, etc., and utilizes abstraction layers for database support.
 
 
URLConvert will convert an IP address into a longer, numeric address with no dots (called "DWORD" format). It can also convert either an IP address OR a domain name into hexadecimal format, for example, phplabs.com becomes %70%68%70%6C%61%62%73%2E% 63%6F%6D You can use this capability to bypass some content filters and also to prevent your network administrators from knowing the real URLs youre visiting. As far as we know this form of url encoding works with every browser type out there.
 
 
This php script displays the country from where user has come, works without any database, it has nothing to configure.
 
 
This project was born out the desire to see if I could write a bot that connects to a filesharing network with an undocumented protocol via PHP. This represents a lot of work at the beginning of 2004 making a protocol analyzer that works from a map file so I can extend it to work with any protocol I need (think ICQ etc..) It was written quite a while ago, but I decided to release this because it may come in handy for some people attempting to connect PHP and manage protocols which there is very very little online about.
 
 
FuZZY is a network analyzer that is designed to act as an Acceptable Use Policy Infraction Detector (AUPID). It is a tool that will allow Network or System Administrators to monitor and manage their users activies over the network. It currently includes filtering of web pages, images, email (including username/password), and instant message conversations. Future releases will include P2P, SMTP, IRC, and much more.
 
 

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