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This script quickly finds out whether a web file exists or an http reference is valid. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This script provides you a simple beta-tool that fills the DATA field of an address packet with strings, then send the packet(s) to an host specified. You can observe the strings received by putting an ICMP sniffer on the remote machines. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This script implements a "broken" client/server to show how sock.shutdown can be more useful than a simple socket.close operation. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This script is a demonstration of how the Python HTTP server classes can be used. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

When using wxPython with Twisted in the way described in the Twisted docs wxPython will be stuck on menus and modal dialogs. This is due to the fact that wxPython uses private eventloops for menus and modal dialogs. This script is simple and works nicely on platforms using the select reactor. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This class supports simple scripting of a telnet session. When created, it takes the name of the host and an optional dictionary. Scripts are passed to the object's RunScript method as a list of strings. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

PyHeartbeat detects inactive computers by sending and receveing "heartbeats" as UDP packets on the network, and keeping track of how much time passed since each known computer sent its last heartbeat. The concurrency in the server is implemented using threads first, and then again using the Twisted Matrix framework. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This script switches on remote computers using WOL. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

These classes subclass several of the culprits in twisted.web.xmlrpc that are responsible for not being able to make autenticated XML-RPC calls. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

It tests the maximum capacity of a network in UDP transfer and outputs the results in kilobits per second. Language: Python

Author: elifulkerson.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

rawdog is an RSS Aggregator. Written in Python, it uses Mark Pilgrim's feed parser to read RSS 0.9, 1.0, 2.0, CDF and Atom feeds. It runs from cron, collects articles from a number of feeds, and generates a static HTML page listing the newest articles in date order. It supports per-feed customisable update times, and uses ETags, Last-Modified,...

Author: offog.org   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

Pinhole is a simple network utility that forwards a port to the host specified. The optional newport parameter may be used to redirect to a different port on the target host. Uses threads gratuitously. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

Newspipe is an RSS/Atom aggregator with a difference: it allows you to keep track of your feeds through e-mail - you create an OPML file listing your feeds and Newspipe will collect them, convert them to e-mail messages and send them to your mailbox. This means you can read, organize and archive news feeds using your current mail client (or even...

Author: Newspipe   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

This script uses the Internet Protocol Helper functions on Win32 and helps you to find the MAC adress of a remote computer. Language: Python

Author: code.activestate.com   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware

XPN (X Python Newsreader) is a graphical newsreader written in Python with the GTK toolkit. With XPN you can read/write articles on the Usenet with a good MIME support (better than some well known newsreaders). XPN can operate with all the most diffuse charset starting from US-ASCII to UTF-8. When you edit an article XPN automatically chooses...

Author: altervista.org   Category: Networking Tools   License: freeware


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