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Network Traffic Software?

A very powerful and capable alternative, or complement, to Wireshark is scapy which itself is a library for Python the original version runs under python 2 but there is also an effort to port to ...
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SSH and Telnet Client

I'm not sure about all your requirements, but I would recommend to look deeper into ZOC SSH Client. I have used it in the past (still occasionally) and I can confirm a few of your requirements: ...
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Linux network monitor with web interface

I use Netdata and I would highly recommend it. It's easy to install, light-weight, and provides real-time monitoring for everything you listed, and much more. I am running it on a variety of Linux ...
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Alert if a process has uploaded more than X bytes over the last Y seconds

NetWorx (gratis) can do this. In the Notifications settings you can set X data within Y time:
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Linux software for measuring network throughput, latency and jitter

Jitter: iperf shows this when using UDP. Server iperf -u -s Client iperf -u -c server_ip results in something like [ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 11.8 MBytes 9.86 Mbits/sec 2.617 ms 9/ 8409 (0.11%) ...
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Network traffic logging (http + https)

This would at least implement logging and blocking If you have pfsense you should be able to rig something up with iptables and -J LOG or -J NFLOG and port 80,443 and some other things and you got ...
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A flexible, scalable Network Monitoring System with .NET support needed

Check iReveal, a combination of NMS and SIEM which I think can completely cater to all your needs. SNMP Support with Auto Discovery iReveal performs Auto Discovery of hosts in a single subnet or in ...
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A flexible, scalable Network Monitoring System with .NET support needed

I've used Pandora FMS, the software that Javier recommends, and it completely fits your needs. And it's not limited to Windows which is good because, as Steve Barnes say, networks are cross platform ...
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A flexible, scalable Network Monitoring System with .NET support needed

Check Pandora FMS, I did it and it perfectly met my needs. You can autodiscover every single piece of your network, however, take care, using autodiscover features in production can find thousands of ...
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Monitoring the domains/URLs a Windows application connects to

May not be the exact thing you're after, but NirSoft CurrPorts might help
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Is there a taskbar system monitoring tool on Windows 11?

I have been using gadgets for a while. They are like android widgets. In particular Network Monitor or Network Meter. INTERNET & NETWORK [x5] Sidebar FOR REAL GEEKS ONLY — INTERNET & NETWORK ...
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Windows software for monitoring remote server

10-Strike's monitoring programs are quite simple and can be set up in 5 minutes. You can use 10-Strike LANState or 10-Strike Network Monitor either. http://www.10-strike.com/lanstate/ http://www.10-...
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Moniter data Usage for Specific WiFi Network (Windows 10)

So what you're asking for is something to monitor a single network interface card (your WiFI in this instance) on your PC. First and foremost, would the Get-NetAdapterStatistics not work for session ...
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Glasswire Alternative for Linux? CLI or GUI

I found a solution with NetHog using: sudo nethogs -v 3 See my answer here. You can use nethog with total bandwidth monitored per MB since it started with: sudo nethogs -v 3
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C++ application that stores the arrival time of ethernet frames

Wireshark will already capture packet timestamps. I believe it uses PCAP internally for the low-level work. See https://github.com/the-tcpdump-group/libpcap
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C++ application that stores the arrival time of ethernet frames

I'm not sure what you mean by "best libraries to use" but I can also recommend PcapPlusPlus. It does deep analysis of network packets including ethernet frames arrival time
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Network monitoring tool- open source

One that you may wish to look at is GRR Rapid Response which is an incident response framework focused on remote live forensics. It consists of a python agent (client) that is installed on target ...
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Network documentation software

The following list of tools are capable of performing the function you desire. My personal recommendation for use would be the SpiceWorks option. Solarwinds Network Topology Mapper The following is ...
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Tool for executing custom command in a network

If the API already exists and you just want to test it and its responses, then nothing at all will ever beat Postman. Postman is used by 5 million developers and more than 100,000 companies to ...
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Tool for executing custom command in a network

In case you're not afraid to write an own shell script you could use nmap and then either curl or the nmap scripting engine to do what you want: scan the network using nmap and then either have nmap ...
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A free program to log all programs on a computer that connect to the Internet

The closest I know is Process Monitor from Sysinternals. It requires no installation. You can set it to NOT show the registry, NOT show the file system, NOT show threading operations. You can apply ...
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Multi-Host Network Bandwidth Monitor

I run my kid's traffic on my LAN through a Pi running ntop - provides a nice graphical interface of hosts involved, how much bandwidth, etc. https://www.ntop.org
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Multi-Host Network Bandwidth Monitor

If you are thinking of putting something together yourself you can monitor network usage in python using psutil, details here, and obviously in python it is simple enough to save &/or share those ...
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Firefox extension to track network requests across tabs

I still cannot comment, so I have to give it a try with an answer: I don't know a dedicated extension, but the "uBlock Origin" adblocker (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/)...
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Is there any way or software by which I can monitor my home WiFi?

Usually, you can find such information when you log in into admin panel of your router. There is custom firmware (such as Tomato firmware) that you can install on your router and have more detailed ...
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Linux software for measuring network throughput, latency and jitter

sudo apt-get install iperf3 On a server: iperf3 -s On a client: iperf3 -c server_ip -u -b 10M -t 5 -i 1 where u selects UDP, b is a fixed bandwith amount, t is the total time interval and i the the ...
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Linux software for measuring network throughput, latency and jitter

MTR (AKA mtr from package mtr-tiny e.g. on Debian GNU/Linux) does not measure throughput but provides excellent latency statistics including jitter for which it can show current, average and worst ...
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What open-source tool you will suggest for deployment and management of operating systems?

I would strongly recommend the Hashicorp ecosystem of Vagrant, Packer, etc. they let you specify and provision your operating system, installed software, settings, etc., in a version controllable ...
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What software can I use to monitor the quality of my Internet connection?

Mac PeakHour Seems interesting although not tested: https://peakhourapp.com/ Windows ISP monitor Started using, provides average down/up speeds + ping, lacks graphing capability to visualize ...
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Telnet client for Android

I have been used many of them but found this one is the best for me. It's simply, compact and direct to your job. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb1sIatpUl0&feature=youtu.be the App download link ...
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