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Any suggestions for a network monitoring tool for OS X that can do the same functionality like Axence Nettools.

Basically, I want to be able to track ping history and view them as a report. Other nifty features like traceroute, port scanning, etc. would be cool but not necessary.

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It's a tool that combines ping and trace route and can be deployed on linux as well as os x machines.

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there you go. I'm a newbie. I hope it looks better though? – ashvagan May 9 '12 at 18:38

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