VStat – Small GUI tool for command line netstat

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As is known to all, the Windows netstat command could list all the detail parameters of current network links (such as routing table, active Internet connections and the state of every network interface equipment, etc.), except that, it is a Command Line Mode, so it is not convenient enough for use. Now, with VStat, we basically do not need the netstat command any more.

VStat is a small TCP/IP network surveillance tool with GUI interface. In addition to display all the current network activities, it also displays the system path of active network process, inquires process properties, so as to find the relevant files. Moreover, VStat enables us to close any established TCP and UDP connections with ease.

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This version can be only used for Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms, does not support other operating systems.

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Official1 Fast Link Page (v1.00 Final | Homepage)

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