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Network Toolkit

Overview
Details
The Network Toolkit app provides a series of tools for troubleshooting networks. It includes tools for evaluating internet connection bandwidth, performing pings, traceroutes, DNS lookups, whois record checks and waking sleeping computers (via wake-on-lan).

Features

  • Stored results: the operations performed are persisted so that you can view the output later
  • Search commands: you can run the operations from within SPL directly (like "| ping google.com")
  • Result dashboards: you can view the output in the dashboards

Below is a list of the operations you can do:

  • Whois (on both domain names and IP addresses)
  • Ping
  • Traceroute
  • Wake-on-LAN (to wake sleeping hosts)
  • NSlookup
  • Speedtest (of the internet connection)

More Information

This project is open source. See GitHub for the source or LukeMurphey.net for more information.

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Release Notes

Version 1.2.8
Oct. 9, 2018

1) Fixed speedtest command
2) Improved styling for Splunk 7.1 and 7.2

Version 1.2.7
Sept. 20, 2018

1) Add contact information for the whois command
2) Reducing the volume of informational log messages to reduce license usage

Version 1.2.5
July 19, 2018

Fixed issue where the setup page didn't list all indexes

Version 1.2.4
April 25, 2018

1) Fixing issue where ping search command was too restrictive with domain name validation
2) Fixed uptime monitoring failing to record a response when the DNS name cannot be resolved
3) NSlookup search command now correctly uses the DNS server option
4) Drilldown from the Status Overview dashboard now correctly carries the time-range to the search page
5) Fixed uptime calculation which didn't consider DNS resolution failures as ping failures

Version 1.2.3
Jan. 26, 2018

Fixing overly conservative domain name validation that rejected some valid domain names

Version 1.2.2
Jan. 24, 2018

1) Fixing issue where batch creation of inputs could fail
2) Status overview dashboard now refreshes every 30 seconds

Version 1.2.1
Dec. 18, 2017

1) Fixing issue where some needed macros were not included
2) Minor enhancements to the batch input UI

Version 1.2
Dec. 18, 2017

1) Fixing minor styling issue where an icon was the wrong color
2) Added ability to restrict the index used via a URL parameter; see http://bit.ly/2zqcN67
3) Fixed an issue where the ping view attempted to run even when no input was provided
4) Added ping modular input and related dashboards so that you can monitor system uptime

Version 1.1.1
Nov. 7, 2017

1) Fixing some minor styling issues on Splunk 7.0
2) A more informative message is displayed if a command could not be found
3) Improving error messaging when the whois lookup was performed without a host field

Version 1.1
July 28, 2017

1) Added lookup commands for performing operations on results (see http://bit.ly/2uHxRm8)
2) Fixed issue where hosts we sometimes displayed as online on the wake-on-lan list when they were not
3) Fixed issue where unnecessary fields showed up on the whois dashboard

Version 1.0
May 18, 2017

Added modular input for scheduling Internet connection speedtests

Version 0.10
May 4, 2017

1) Fixed incompatibility with the Website Input app
2) Improved compatibility with Splunk 6.6
3) Added workflow actions for performing operations on hosts from the search view

Version 0.9
April 14, 2017

Fixing issue where users couldn't get past the setup page

Version 0.8
April 14, 2017

1) You can now globally define a default index for results to go into
2) nslookup now supports reverse DNS lookups

Version 0.7
March 26, 2017

1) Fixed issue where some invalid MAC addresses were accepted on the Wake-on-LAN page
2) Fixed dialog on Wake-on-LAN page that would sometimes act as if the input was invalid when it wasn't
3) Fixed issue where users could sort the actions column on the wake-on-LAN dashboard

Version 0.6
Feb. 24, 2017

1) Added Windows support for the traceroute command
2) Fixed excessive CPU usage on the wake-on-LAN dashboard
3) Fixed execute button which was on the wrong line on Splunk 6.4

Version 0.5
Feb. 17, 2017

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