An internet corporate network that is always connected to the internet possesses its own share of merits and threats. There are continuous risks of the data being lost, as well as of malicious attacks from external sources. In order to prevent such activities, network administrators usually employ a wide range of advanced techniques for maintaining the security over these networks. A typical network administrator requires a number of tools to know the real time status of the network and users’ activities. AthTek NetWalk Enterprise Edition v.1.3.52 is a comprehensive application for complete and effective network administration.
AthTek NetWalk Enterprise Edition by AthTek Software is a shareware program for effective network administration. On the first look, the interface may look complicated to an average user as program features a comprehensive layout consisting of various monitoring tools and utilities. The most prominent utility is the monitoring dashboard which shows the real time status of connection. Apart from this, it displays graphs showing summary of various active network protocols. Hence, this program is designed for an experienced user who can interpret all the information given by the program effectively. It provides a flexible functionality where a particular chart or meter can be closed and opened according to the user’s requirement. It provides real-time data of all the network traffic and activities. It can penetrate various layers of network like physical, transport and application layers showing a summary of network status at different layers. It has an advanced feature of packet sniffing by which you can analyze and block suspicious data packets moving through the network.
To sum up, AthTek NetWalk Enterprise Edition v.1.3.52 is a feature rich and comprehensive application for monitoring almost all the activities in your network. It helps network administrators to maintain the security and integrity of the network and at the same time, facilitates a detailed analysis of all the network layers and data packets. Hence, it receives a score of four-and-a-half rating points on the scale of five.