Interface Traffic Indicator, a graph utility to measure incoming and outgoing traffic on an interface in bits/sec, bytes/sec or utilization. Works on all SNMP-capable interfaces (computers, NICs, switches, routers, etc) with adjustable poll interval.
Squid Efficiency Analyzer interprets a Squid log (native) to determine how much traffic can be retrieved from the cache and how much comes from the webservers in the internet.
UTC is a little utility with only two functions: convert a Unix timestamp (seconds since January 1st 1970 to date) to a human readable DateTime format and vice versa. So simple it does not need a help file or further information.
A little tool to get and set SNMP standard data and individual data. Works on predefined MIB2 OIDs and self-defined OIDs. A little buggy but I just threw the code down and compiled it for use on one project.
Performance Pinging, a tool for testing availability, response times and performance using ICMP. Writes data to a text file for later interpretation with e.g. Excel.
Multiple Interface Watcher (MIW) is a graph utility that shows the utilisation of up to 20 different network interfaces. The interfaces are defined in a file which is read by MIW. The data is requested using SNMP and percentage value are calculated.
Fdbget.exe is a little tool to retrieve entries from the forwarding database of switches. It gives you a table of MAC to interface number. If you are looking for a specific MAC on a switch then simply enter the MAC or part of it into the field.