TCP Client Server 1.1.7

Simple network utility that provides a TCP connection between at least two machines in order to exchange message in order to test applications, network services or firewalls. Testing network programs or services requires, among other things, a utility such as Nsasoft's TCP Client Server. It can also be used for checking how firewalls and intrusion detection systems work. Installing the product is an easy task that does not require any effort at all; all you have to do is follow the instructions on the screen and the processes completes in a jiffy.

The application window is simple and does not beat around the bush, with all the options available in plain sight.

Working with the program is so easy that any sort of documentation would be superfluous. Most part of the application is occupied by the dialogs for sending and receiving data but there are also options for settings the current machine into server or client mode in order to exchange the messages.

When in server mode there isn’t any tinkering to be done but if set in client mode the you have to provide the address of the server to connect to.

The interaction between the two systems is logged in the lower screen and includes status of the connection and the time it was established as well as the messages exchanged between the two machines.

Additional options include cutting off the connection from both sides as well as putting the server into listening state in order to detect the addresses that want to establish a connection.

TCP Client Server is simple and efficient. It does not integrate more than it is absolutely necessary to set up a TCP connection between two or multiple machines and trading messages.

Platform: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
License: Freeware
Author: Website
Size: 561 KB

SHA256: f45f9cccfd93cdcbfeacbea07f568e48bfbad8e5e4ec049dea029ff50f676740

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