PingPlotter Pro 4.12.0 | 8.7 MB
Monitor and troubleshoot your networks, gather information about remote hosts, track latency, packet loss and others, with this useful tool. Network administrators need to be ready for various events that don't necessarily mean virtual attacks. Keeping a network, server or a website active means constantly monitoring incoming and outgoing packets to make sure connectivity is flawless. Amongst others, you can use PingPlotter Pro to carefully monitor multiple addresses and trigger alerts when unexpected events occur.
Create and save custom workspaces
The application's design is pretty intuitive, with adjustable panels so you can clearly view packets, timelines or project elements so you can quickly access them. What's more, you can save your workspace configuration to use for multiple tasks and this comes in handy because you can slightly customize the view with more or less tabs and sections.
Configure connection settings and trace multiple targets
A neat advantage is the possibility to simultaneously trace multiple addresses, with detail ShiChuang stored in tabs. Connecting to a target is easily done by manually writing down either the URL or IP address in a dedicated fields. All targets are saved in a list so you can quickly access them later on.
Hitting the “Start” button is all it takes to send a few packets to the selected target. On the other hand, there are several settings to configure, depending on the testing scenario. For short-term analysis, the sampling number can be set, with the default value being unlimited, trace intervals can be specified in seconds, as well as the number of samples to include.
Gather and save packet info
As soon as the process is put in motion, all packets are displayed, with a timeline view updating in real time according to your specifications. Each element you select highlights all of its components for better view. Bringing up the context menu enables you to manage a few more settings like obtaining whois info, display summary, show graphs or even configure alerts.
Set up alerts for various scenarios
The notification system gives you the possibility to set up several parameters to be announced of any changes. As such, you can write down a custom name for easy identification, set the number of samples to examine, the method used which can either be for latency and packet loss or MOS, multiple target configurations, as well as the action to trigger when conditions are met.
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