Routix NetCom features

NetCom is a software for system administrators, IT-professionals and advanced users.
With NetCom you can give full control over local area network (LAN) and over INTERNET connections.
  • - support for remote scripting (with Microsoft Active Scripting) and provide useful remote administration console;
  • - support any ethernet/dial-up/xDSL connections to control and managment;
  • - support any packets direction handling;
  • - support conditions by connections count;
  • - support set of protocols (IP, TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP...);
  • - support MAC-level (ETHERNET-frames) handling;
  • - support incoming and outgoing traffic counting and handling;
  • - support TCP and UDP ports handling;
  • - support IP addresses handling;
  • - support TIME-based handling (rule evaluates to TRUE only at specified time);
  • - support IP addresses handling;
  • - support HTTP URL filtering;
  • - support logging to LOG-files;
  • - automatic counters reset with specified interval (every N hours, N days, N weeks, N month, N years);
  • - event-based actions executions (every rule can execute many specified scripts or programs, for example for writing counters to database or XML-file). This actions can be executed before counters will be resetted or with specified interval;
  • - Packets can be allowed, denied or sended to the next rule in list;
  • - possible to change any packet field (MAC/IP addresses, TCP/UDP ports);
  • - Port-mapping/redirection;
  • - Integrated NAT;
  • - Packets can be redirected to any other NIC;
  • - Bridging between any ethernet interfaces;
  • - Bandwidth limiting for any type of traffic (static and dynamic shaping);
  • - QoS (Quality of Service) for any type of traffic;
  • - With managment console you can monitor realtime network activity;
  • - With managment console you can connect to many hosts at the same time;
  • - With managment console you can monitor remote hosts performance (CPU, memory, interrupts...);
  • - also NetCom have many other features. For more information you can read NetCom manual...