If you work in a large organisation, you probably have no idea how your network is structured. You might find that you are part of a small network, with your own server(s), connected to a much larger network. If problems occur on your network, it probably won't affect the entire company. However, what happens if you need to make changes to your network in the future? You might find that it's so complicated that you don't know where to start.
The Dude 2.2 is a network analysis tool that you can use to check, examine and show a complete structure of your local network. It's not limited to your internal network either. You can quickly show how your internal network connects to external servers. Better still, The Dude 2.2 is completely free, so it's a vital tool for anyone working in system analysis.
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