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Path Analyzer Pro

Path Analyzer Pro integrates advanced traceroute software (based on the open-source tool LFT) with performance measurements, DNS, whois, and specialized network resolution to help investigate network issues. It also supports geolocation, and can plot network paths on a map. People use it to research IP addresses, email addresses, and network paths, to graph protocol latency, jitter, and other factors, and to locate firewalls and other filters that may be impacting your connections.

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  •  20 Dec 2007 19:11

    Release Notes: A new usage manual and help section. Improved cross-platform fonts and visual effects. The map zoom level has been increased. Timed traces now alert you when they're finished. Several safety checks have been addedto user-editable settings.

    •  29 May 2007 12:34

      Release Notes: A crash related to packet length on some platforms was fixed. Numerous other bugfixes and UI cleanups were made. A Debian package/build was added.

      •  18 May 2007 18:20

        Release Notes: Many performance improvements on Mac OS X. Export traces to Google Earth. A new NAT-friendly TCP trace. A new ICMP trace method. An improved UDP trace method. Mac UI improvements with a unified toolbar. An enhanced user experience.

        •  18 Dec 2006 13:19

          Release Notes: Firewall detection capabilities and chart export features were enhanced. Performance and stability were increased. Features were added to the Synopsis generator. Full URI decoding and autoconfiguration are now supported. Many user interface improvements were made.

          •  20 Nov 2006 18:53

            Release Notes: This version adds geolocation and mapping features, plus a Windows release currently in beta.

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