Network Utilities & Analyzer 4+

WiFi Scanner, Ping, Speed Test

Dayana Networks Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 443 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Network Utilities is a handy tool for network administrators to scan and analyze the ipv4 and ipv6 networks.

Free version has some limitations on number of times you can run a service every day. You can use the subscription option to remove all limitations.

Network Utilities includes the following services:

• General System Information including system hardware, memory usage, disk usage, network interfaces, WiFi, DNS Name Servers
• Network Interfaces: Detail information about all the active network interfaces including link speed and data usage
• Network Browser: Scan nodes connected to each network interface

• Ping: Standard ping to Host, IPv4 or IPv6, number of requests, timeout and payload size is configurable
• World Ping: Ping the target Host, IPv4 or IPv6 from at least 5 different locations
• Traceroute: Standard trace function to destination Host, IPv4 or IPv6, timeout to each hop or maximum hops are configurable
• IP Range Scanner: Check for alive nodes in provided IPv4 range
• Port Scanner: Check for open ports on selected Host or IP, you can specify the port numbers or range of ports
• Speed Test: Check current connection speed including ping, download and upload speed

• Host to IP: Resolve a hostname to IP addresses based on current device DNS settings
• IP Location: Approximate location of an IP address or Host
• Whois: Whois database search on domain name or IP addresses
• NSLookup: Detail DNS records of a domain, DNS Server, Query Type, Query Class, Authoritative Records and search for IPv6 are configurable
• Email Validator: Check the structure and server validity of an email address
• RBL Blacklist Check: Check an IP address against major black lists

• SSH Client: A built-in SSH client to connect to any SSH Server, supports both password and certificate authentication
• Telnet Client: A Telnet client to connect to any server that supports telnet protocol
• Wake On Lan: Provides ability to send WOL signal to any MAC address

• IP4 Calculator: Subnet class calculation of an IP4 address
• IPv6 Calculator: Network calculation of an IPv6 address

Network Utilities also has a Widget that can show the current connected WiFi and cellular information including private and external IP addresses.

Additionally, you can share all the results as a PDF file

What’s New

Version 2.0.2

- Fixed some typos
- IPv6 calculator input field fixed.
- Fix a bug in WOL causing crash in sending WOL packet.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
443 Ratings

443 Ratings

Farmerd00d ,

Best iOS networking utility

Better than any free or paid alternative that comes to mind. Additionally, it is lightning fast with a wonderfully thought-out and sleek UI.
Fing has a fair subset of NUtils' features, and runs at a fraction of the speed. Fing runs almost like it's only got a single thread.

I cannot recommend this enough to anyone who feels they may need one of these functions in the future. It even has nslookup for cryin' out loud. It saves your most recent addresses so you can quickly select them when you move to another utility. The context menu on long-press over pretty much anything is customized to the data-type, and you can quick-link to other tools from any address on-screen.

I'm the kind of person who giggles when their banking app updates its design, so take this with a grain of salt, but this app is unequivocally the best in class.

buth kid ,

Used to be the Best

Top review talks about how there’s no better app, paid or free. That was definitely true 5 years ago when the review was written. However, somewhere along the lines, using network utilities became a subscription model? how can it make sense to charge me for more than 10 dns lookups in a day? Truthfully, it may still be the best network utility out there, but as someone who’s not using it for enterprise work, there’s 0% chance I’m willing to be able to pay to use it, and the only time I need most of these tools is when I’m tinkering with the network, so will actually need a nontrivial number of lookups.

ETA: I need to acknowledge that the subscription price is by all means reasonable, even for hobbling. However, I’d rather just have ads for something like this. I know devs have to eat, but 4 nslookups is just not realistic.

PhilipCardwell ,

“Edited” Warning! Read most of the recent reviews first!

It appears that people who previously paid for full versions, are losing much of their “already paid for functionality” when they update to a more current app version. Read “The most current” reviews yourself.

EDIT: I Updated this review from 1 star, to 3 star, because the app really is good (there are “as good” or possibly better). I still don’t like that many people appear affected by some of the functionality limitations or “missing data”, especially after having paid for a “fully functional and unlimited” app, prior to the developer’s decision to go subscription based.

App Privacy

The developer, Dayana Networks Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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