Portscan inconsistency This app reports that a few of my ports are opened (like 23 and 443), whilst ShieldsUp from Gibson Research disagreed. I also looked through Wireshark and can confim that ShieldsUp result is correct. More tests are needed to prove if this app is useful.
LANDroid Nice job. Quick, simple and thorough. And for some odd reason was not only uninstalled on reset, naturally, but the idiot with the broom and mop in the store removed it from ALL MY APPS LISTS!! SCHMUCKS!
Portscan port list is not disclosed, so no idea what it's scanning, but it does support a custom port list. DNS tool uses a fixed external DNS server, limiting its usefulness on private networks; other tools seem to use correct DNS so they work. Classic output formats.
Great toolset Great set of basic tools for any sysadmin or network admin to have in their pocket. Troubleshoot anywhere, even works over VPN. Tested over SonicWall Mobile Connect and Open VPN for Android.
Some features missing Discovery of other hosts on LAN. Easier GUI (click on the discovered host to check its MAC/manufacturer, to scan its ports). Otherwise a nice set of tools.
I look like a wizard. App lets me look like I know how to perform digital network witchcraft to those not in the know.
* full IPv6 support for all tools (only ipv6calc and ndp tools left for the next release)
* lots of improvements to the tools
* back-end improvements
* updated icon
Android network tool: discovering, mapping,scanning,profiling your Wifi network