VNT Network & Wireless Cards Driver Download For Windows

Feel like you’re grasping in the dark? Use VNT to create interactive, real-time, detailed maps of your entire IT ecosystem, from VMware and cloud, to physical servers. VNT is platform and OS-agnostic and supports limitless use-cases.

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  2. Vnt Network Login
  3. Vnt Network Speed Test
  4. Vnt Network Analyzer
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VNT uses its wire-data engine enhanced with automation to non-intrusively map business services and IT assets. The product supports your entire environment, is platform agnostic and works across all infrastructures.

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and plan ahead

Leave firewalls


a current blueprint

and non-intrusive

How Does it Work?

See all your applications
and dependencies grouped
by business applications
in real time

Vnt Network Connect

From URL to map in one click

Automatically discover and map how each business service communicates and utilizes your IT infrastructure as a whole, including defining VPCs, Subnets and Security Groups on AWS. This full network topology mapping allows you to manage IT and technology from a business perspective and vice versa. Provide missing context to your business decisions in real-time. Plan priorities such as a move to the cloud with automatic insight into your entire ecoystem in a platform-agnostic way.

Predict the potential impact of any change

Configuration drift and unplanned outages are two of a business’s worst enemies. Benefit from built-in change impact analysis, keeping an audit trail of any changes, highlighting the difference between your baseline topology map and what’s happening in real-time. You’ll even receive advanced warning before deployment of the impact of any changes you make.

Discover security risks and set plans in motion

Some of the biggest cyber-attacks of the last few years have been exacerbated by business application issues that could have been solved with better visibility. From expired digital certificates, to incorrect firewall configuration and dangerous application connections across subnets, VNT brings these into the light for remediation.

Get ahead of a potential crisis

When Customer is King, you can’t afford for your users to be the ones who alert you to a problem. Highlight the most likely cause to a service disruption, reporting this to you in real-time before the impact reaches your end users. You can get your troubleshooting engineers on the case, and get in front of an issue for your customers, ready with answers.


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Communicate with in-vehicle networks using CAN, J1939, andXCP protocols

Vehicle Network Toolbox™ provides MATLAB® functions and Simulink® blocks to send, receive, encode, and decode CAN, CAN FD, J1939, and XCP messages. The toolbox lets you identify and parse specific signals using industry-standard CAN database files and then visualize the decoded signals using the CAN Bus Monitor app. Using A2L description files, you can connect to an ECU via XCP on CAN or Ethernet. You can access messages and measurement data stored in MDF files.


The toolbox simplifies communication with in-vehicle networks and lets you monitor, filter, and analyze live CAN bus data, or log and record messages for later analysis and replay. You can simulate message traffic on a virtual CAN bus or connect to a live network or ECU. Vehicle Network Toolbox supports CAN interface devices from Vector, Kvaser, PEAK-System, and National Instruments™.

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Learn the basics of Vehicle Network Toolbox

CAN and CAN FD Communication

Vehicle network communication using CAN or CAN FD protocol

XCP Communication

Vehicle network communication using XCP protocol

J1939 Communication

Vnt Network Login

Vehicle network communication using J1939 protocol

Vnt Network Speed Test

Standard File Formats

Access measurement data format (MDF), ASAM calibration data format (CDF), and binary logging format (BLF) files

Vehicle Network Toolbox Supported Hardware

Vnt Network Analyzer

Support for third-party hardware