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Sunbelt Introduces NetBoy Toolkit

Sunbelt Software introduced the NetBoy monitoring suite this week. NetBoy is a complete, real-time visual Internet and LAN network monitoring suite.

NetBoy consists of three modules, EtherBoy, WebBoy, and PacketBoy. EtherBoy provides affordable real-time multi-protocol network monitoring on Intel-based machines. PacketBoy is a packet analyzer/decoder package capable of decoding many commonly used LAN protocols, including TCP/IP and IPX. WebBoy is a complete Internet/Intranet monitoring package. It provides statistics on standard Web traffic, including URLs accessed, cache-hit ratios, Internet protocols, and user-defined protocols.

Contact Sunbelt, (888) NT-UTILS, www.sunbelt-software.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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