ElCondor · Jul 6, 2010 at 03:00 am

DNetworkTools: IP-Adress-Related Network Engineering Tool

This new application made by XDA member dhruwal, called DNetworkTools, allows you to do a lot of things with your IP Adress.
For network engineers, this can be a very useful application. It is based on XDA member eboelzner‘s Sense UI SDK, so the interface is very finger friendly and looking very good.

The following tools are included in the application:

Originally posted by dhruwal

  • IPv4 Conversions
  • IPv4 Addresses
  • IPv4 Subnet Calculator
  • IPv4 CIDR Calculator
  • IPv4 Wildcard Mask Calculator
  • IPv4 Ping Tool (little buggy)

The app should work on most Windows Mobile devices, but you will need to have .NET Compact Framework installed on your device. The developer is planning some extra features in the coming release:

  • Few UI Bug Fixes
  • Save last used IP
  • Export details to file
  • Export IP ranges
  • IPv6 Tools
  • Members can request more features

Continue on to the application thread for more information!


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