Additional Network Monitor Parsers Included in the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 280503 - Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit includes the following new Microsoft Network Monitor parsers that can be useful for troubleshooting issues with Microsoft Windows
Application Testing with Network Monitor
Through proactive network testing, you can measure how applications function under various network conditions. " ) Use the Network Monitor tool that comes with NT Server to test an application's throughput on your network. Network Monitor consists of an
agent, which sends packets to the Network Monitor buffer, and tools, which interpret and report data the agent gathers. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine(Sept 1998)
Description of Experts in Network Monitor 2.0
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 233032 - Network Monitor 2.0 includes six experts. Experts are tools to help you analyze data by using built-in parsers. These tools automate time-consuming tasks (such as looking for TCP retransmissions).
How to Automate Network Captures with Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 158744 - Network Monitor gives you the ability to automatically begin capturing network information upon starting the application. This is done by using command-line parameters that can be passed to the program.
How to Capture Network Traffic with Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 148942 - The purpose of this article is to provide you with the information needed to capture network traffic from a local area network using Microsoft's Network Monitor. The text of this article comes directly from the Network Monitor's Help file
HOW TO: Capture WAN Traffic with Network Monitor in Windows
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 301989 - This step-by-step article describes how to capture Wide Area Network (WAN) traffic with Network Monitor. While collecting information from the network's data stream, Network Monitor displays the following types of information:
How to Enable PPTP Port for Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 164601 - If you use Network Monitor in Systems Management Server version 1.2 or Network Monitor from the Windows NT Server version 4.0 compact disc, you will not be able to view Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) or General Routing
How to Enable Radius Port for Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 230786 - If you use Network Monitor in Systems Management Server version 1.2 or Network Monitor from the Windows NT Server version 4.0 compact disc, you are not able to view Radius packets.
How to Filter on TCP Header Information Using Microsoft Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 231920 - This article describes how to apply filters in Microsoft Network Monitor to view Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) header information in the Capture Summary window.
How to Modify Network Monitor Capture Buffer Settings
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 231947 - When you use Microsoft Network Monitor to capture network traffic, the capture buffer size must be large enough to save the desired traffic.
HOW TO: View a System Monitor Log
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 243423 - This article describes how to view a system monitor or performance monitor log.
Netmon 2.0 Able To Read the Netmon 1.x Captures
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 200332 - The version of Network Monitor that ships with Systems Management Server (SMS) 2.0 is completely backward compatible with versions that shipped with previous versions of SMS. Not only is it able to read the capture from a previous version
but it also offers many new features for analyzing the captured data
Setting a Capture Filter to View Only Browser Frames in Network Monitor
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 224834 - This article describes how to set a capture filter to view only browser frames in Network Monitor.
The Basics of Reading TCP/IP Traces
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 169292 - This article covers some basic concepts and tips needed for reading TCP/IP traces.
The Stats Frame in a Network Monitor Capture
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 232044 - This article describes the relevance and some possible uses for the information in the Stats frame of a Network Monitor capture.
Using Network Monitor to Capture Traffic Using a Remote Agent
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 232247 - Microsoft Network Monitor gives you the capability to connect to other computers and capture traffic from another computer. You can do this across a router or a Remote Access Service (RAS) connection.