NEW - IP Tools for Excel Add-in / Plug-in for Microsoft Excel. Instant Productivity - Instant Results in Microsoft Excel. When IP Tools is enabled and Excel is started, you will find an additional ribbon tab and menu commands which provide functionality to execute and display results from such commands as ping, nslookup and execute many other functions from within Excel. Sort IP Addresses automatically. Very Fast Results.
Launch Telnet RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) SSH HTTP and HTTPS sessions from Excel. Sort IP addresses. Process Logs. Interactive Subnet Calculator. IP Address management worksheet templates.
Anyone who supports servers or connections to IP nettworks can benefit from the productivity increases IP Tools for Excel provides. Network administrators, engineers and architects, server administrators, programmers and support personnel.
IP Tools for Excel is the only add-in for Microsoft Excel that does this job. It is fast, this is in Excel. Ping sweep an entire list of IP addresses or hosts. Web site administration and analitics are improved, lookup 100's of names in DNS in seconds, with output anyway you like. This is not VBA script or any macro. The below functions can be used in your VBA or macro and used in any Excel formula.
=Ping() to ping any IP address
=NsLookup() to do DNS functions supports IPv4 and IPv6
=OpenTCP() to test TCP connections
=OpenSSL() to test the security of SSL connections
=OpenHTTP() to evaluate web connections
=GetCertificateSSL() Check and test SSL Certificates on remote servers
=IP_IsValid() to test whether a cell contains a valid IPv4 or IPv6 address