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How To Monitor TCP and UDP Connections in Windows

by Fahad Saleem

How To Monitor TCP and UDP Connections in Windows

The role of network administrators is becoming vital with the advancement of digital technology and tremendous growth of smart devices. You must ensure secure browsing operation on internet by monitoring ports through which you are transferring or receiving data on your PC or server with which network PCs are connected. This article will review TCPEye that allows you to monitor TCP and UD connections in Windows.

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Download and install TCPEye on your Windows. Launch software and you will see its main window that shows processes, local addresses, state, remote address, country where you are using, protocol, product name, process path, file description, company name, and the version.

When you right-click any process, you will find a lot of options. You can easily resolve an address, check to see all Endpoints, terminate a process, scan for virus, open properties, copy things, check the geo location for the selected IP, and do much more with the selected options.

The best part of the application is that you stay aware of the new connections with balloon tip as well as sound notifications.

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With the help of TCPEye, you can also find out the user who created the connection and close the undesired TCP connections. The connections established from the suspicious and unidentified applications, will be automatically marked with the pink color.

TCPEye is really useful for network administrators to monitor TCP and UDP connections in Windows. It is supported on Windows XP, Windows 2003 Server, Windows Vista, Windows 2008 Server, and Windows 7.

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