I’m so excited about this release I had to commandeer Paul’s blog for the day and write about it. My name is Tawanda Sibanda and I am the lead program manager for Network Monitor. The team put a lot of effort into this version, adding many of the requests we heard from our customers, while simultaneously fixing bugs and stabilizing the product. We hope you enjoy this release! Please feel free to leave feedback on Paul’s blog or participate in our Network Monitor survey
Now, let’s deep dive into some of the details of Network Monitor 3.2
Where are the bits?
Network Monitor 3.2 is available on Microsoft.com. The link is: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=103158&clcid=0x409
Network Monitor 3.2 will also be offered as an optional feature package in the next few weeks via Microsoft Update if you have a previous version of Network Monitor 3.x installed. To check for updates, click on Help>Check for Updates from the product menu (versions 3.1 and higher) or visit the site http://update.microsoft.com/Microsoftupdate.
So What’s New in Network Monitor 3.2?
*This feature includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. This feature includes software developed by the Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan and its contributors. This feature includes software developed by Yen Yen Lim and North Dakota State University.
Что-то я пропустил выход новой версии анализатора протоколов от Microsoft Network Monitor 3.2...
Новая версия, can you write your question in English? I tried to translate your question. It said that you missed out on the new version.
Are you saying that a feature is missing?
Are you saying that you weren't notified of a new update from Microsoft Update?
Network Monitor 3.2 is a protocol analyzer. It allows you to capture network traffic, view and analyze
Is there a forum somewhere with support for netmon3.2 ??. Been using Netmon2 for YEARS and recently found 3.2 :-O.
I now have a large capture (7 x 20MB tmp files) and it won't let me save the capture :-((.
Keeps saying 'Not enough storage is available to process this command'.
Running on a hosted server 2003 web edition and have 1GB RAM and 30GB free space on drive with tmp files in :-O.
The support forums are currently on Microsoft Connects (https://connect.microsoft.com/community/discussion/richui/default.aspx?SiteID=216)
To answer your question, the UI is not ideal for capturing for a long time. Use of UI elements for conversations and other things pile up over time and given enough traffic or a long enough period you may get in a situation where you can't save the trace.
For long running traces, use the command line utility instead, NMCap, which is included with NM3.2 when you install. Type NMCap /examples for some different ways to run NMCap.
What happened to the "Graph" pane that had all the information such as network utilisation, bits per second etc.
Why do I ask? Well, I have a project where I am supposed to conduct capacity analysis using Network Monitor 3.2.
However, with this new version, there does not appear to be a way to actually measure the bits associated with the captured traffic. So, I cant see how I could for instance measure average network utilisation.
I am pretty sure the older lite version that came bundled with Server 2003 had this ability, as seen in this link here:
So in summary, does this recent version of Network Monitor allow for quantitative measurements as opposed to just qualitative ones?
When we rewrote NM3, we didn't include the summrized information containing throughput and such.
With the API, it should be possible to recalculate this information and create a separate app that does this, but at this point something like this doens't exist in NM3.
You could also export your data to Excel, using Cut&Paste, and create something that calculates the data there.
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