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vmPing v1.3.11
vmPing v1.3.11 vmPing (Visual Multi Ping) is a graphical ping utility for monitoring multiple hosts. Numerous host monitors can be added and removed, and each monitor dynamically resizes with the application window. Color-coding allows you to tell at a glance the status of each host. In addition to standard ICMP pings, you can also perform a TCP 'port ping', where the application continuously connects to a specified port and displays whether or not the port is open. A fast trace route utility and a basic packet generator / stress tester is also included. Notes There is no installer. Just run the .exe. .NET 4.5 or greater is required. 1.3.11 3-1-21 The recent drag and drop feature was causing issues. Please update to this version if you downloaded 1.3.9-10. The drag and drop functionality is still there, but you must click and drag on the bar that appears across the top of each probe window. Features Quickly and easily ping multiple hosts. Color coding allows you to instantly determine the status of each host. Green means up. Red means down. Orange means error. Each host monitor dynamically resizes with the application's window. Take up your whole screen or reduce everything to a tiny window. Probe options to configure the interval between each ping request (anything from 1 second to several hours) and how many seconds until it is considered timed out. Monitor TCP ports. vmPing can continously connect to a given TCP port and will display whether the port is open or closed. Enter HOSTNAME:PORT for the hostname. For example, WebserverA:80 Option to log everything to a text file. Option to send email alerts. Each time ...
5/5 3,085 Mar 03, 2021
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