Apr 15


Point and Click Network Data
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Normally: $24.99

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Point and Click Network Data

PacketStream provides a user-friendly GUI for tcpdump, a command-line network monitoring tool included in Mac OS X. By pointing and clicking, you can monitor data as it streams over your network–especially
useful for checking web traffic, network bottlenecks, or even suspicious network
activity. PacketStream offers a simple way to configure and use the Mac’s network
monitoring tools, far easier than typing in cryptic commands in Terminal.

Why PacketStream?

Simple to use: Set a couple of user preferences, click a button, and

Save network data to a file or print for later analysis.

Monitor traffic on specific network ports.

Thorough user documentation via the "Help" menu.

AppleScript and Services support.

Keychain integration.

No need to build mulitple network monitoring libraries and non-Mac-native GUI’s from source code.

Actively maintained and improved.

Get PacketStream

To install PacketStream, download the latest version. It can be installed anywhere
on your machine. The download is a 30-day demo; you can purchase a license to
use the program past the 30-day trial period. Mac OS X 10.7 is the minimum supported

Upgrading PacketStream from Earlier Versions

Registered users of our applications receive free upgrades for life, and never have to pay an upgrade fee.

What’s New in Version 5.0

  • New configuration assistant lets you specify which network interface to listen on, replacing earlier auto-detect mechanism that was inconsistent.

  • Alerts are now configured in preferences.

  • Expanded AppleScript support.

  • More responsive display of data from long-running scan: less prone to lock up program.

System Requirements: Mac OSX 10.7 or later.

Click to Developer’s Site for more info.

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