TCP Viewer

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  • Version: 2.83
  • Publisher: www.westbrooksoftware.com
  • File Size: 434.49 KB
  • Date: Jan 22, 2007
  • Price: $20.00
  • License: Free Trial Software
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TCP Viewer captures and displays all data that is transferred between two processes communicating through TCP/IP. The processes can be running on the same machine or different machines located anywhere on a network or the Internet. TCP Viewer can run on a machine different than the machine(s) that the two processes are running on. The process that connects to the other process is the client. The process that receives the connection is the server. The client must be configured to connect to TCP Viewer instead of the server. This involves providing the client with the name or IP address of the machine that TCP Viewer is running on and the port number that TCP Viewer has established to listen for connections. TCP Viewer must be configured with a port number to establish. If 0 is provided, TCP Viewer will ask the OS for an available port number. TCP Viewer must also be be provided with the name or IP address of the machine that the server is running on and the port number that the server has established.

The following is an example on how to use TCP Viewer with HTTP.
1.Provide TCP Viewer with the name or IP address of the machine that the intended server is running on (Remote Host), and the port number that the intended server has established (Remote Port). For example, Remote Host=www.yahoo.com, Remote Port=80.
2.Provide TCP Viewer with a arbitrary port number to establish (Local Port). If 0 is provided, TCP Viewer will ask the OS for an available port number and display it. For example, Local Port=9000.
3.Click TCP Viewer's Start button.
4.Configure a client to connect to TCP Viewer instead of the intended server. This involves providing a client with the name or IP address of the machine that TCP Viewer is running on, instead of the machine that the intended server is running on, and the port number that TCP Viewer has established, instead of the port number that the intended server has established. For example, 127.0.0.1:9000. Substitute 127.0.0.1 with the IP address of the machine that TCP Viewer is running on. TCP Viewer shows this IP address on its status bar.

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