Skip to main content is your complete toolkit to check your network. is the complete open-source toolkit of network utilities e.g. Whois, Whois IP, DNS, DIG, Port, Ping, Trace Route, etc. powered by Netquery scripts coded by Richard Virtue. I first used this tool in early 2000, the copy I've got is written and coded by different programmer. I'm sorry I can't remember the name to give him credit. And I believe Richard Virtue brought this scripts to the next level and now supporting different CMS aside stand alone installation. The is a perfect example of Stand Alone installation of the scripts.

Major Features available in current release 4.14
  • Access Monitoring and Log Management,
  • Spambot "bad behavior" screening,
  • geoIP and top countries usage mapping,
  • Multidomain and IP/AS whois lookups,
  • Autodiscovery for whois TLD server,
  • DNS and DIG (ANY, SOA, NS, MX) queries,
  • Email address format and MX validation,
  • Port check with services lookup option,
  • HTTP HEAD and GET requests,
  • ICMP pings (local and/or remote),
  • Traceroutes (local and/or remote),
  • Looking glass router interrogation,
  • Updateable geoIP and ports data paks,
  • User inputs with admin notice and approval,
  • Multi-instance sideblocks in CMS editions,
  • Admin selectable CSS Stylesheet options,
  • Full W3C XHTML 1.1 and CSS Compliance.
Please check it out, post your comments and suggestions here.


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