Software Update: VisualRoute 2009 13.1c

VisualRoute was originally a graphical counterpart to the ‘tracert’ command, which can be used to view the route by which data packets are sent over the network. Over time, more features have been added, such as a ‘whois reporter’ and an eMailTracker to identify e-mail servers. VisualRoute 2009 is available for Mac OS X and Windows, and can be used in different variants depending on the registration code this page be compared with each other. The developers have released version 13.1c with the following list of changes:

Version 13.1c:

  • Windows service support (Business, SupportPro editions)
  • Copy/paste added for Host/URL entry
  • Fixed last hop naming bug

Version 13.1b

  • Minor fixes and improvements

Version 13.1a

  • Improved speed and performance
  • Improved Whois support
  • hops caching
  • Improved NetVu layout system (Business, SupportPro Editions)

Version 13.0b

  • Improved Whois and port probing
  • IP location database update
  • Various bug fixes

Version 13.0a

  • Redesigned and updated display provides improved ease of use and faster results
  • Full results for port probing (Business, SupportPro editions)
  • New testing servers: San Jose, CA and Chicago, IL (Business, SupportPro editions)
  • Improved IPv6 support
  • Major IP location database update
  • Web server supports 3 concurrent users (Business, SupportPro editions)
  • Improved location updating facility
  • Improved save-as-HTML

Version number 13.1c
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 2000, Windows XP, macOS, Windows Vista
Website Visualware
License type Shareware