The program is designed to automatically ping network hosts and detect their outages and connection quality problems. It uses ICMP pings to detect up/down statuses of the monitored hosts and estimates their real-time connection quality based on packet loss, latency and jitter metrics. The program stores information about every ping and allows you to get detailed statistics for any host during any historical period, such as the list of outages, uptime percent, average latency, latency deviation, etc.
The program uses ping monitoring to interact with network hosts and detect their state and network performance. The program can monitor many hosts simultaneously, and it interacts with every host independently. A special high-performance engine allows monitoring 8,000+ hosts with 0.01 ms latency precision.
The Free edition allows monitoring up to 5 hosts. It does not allow any specific configuration for hosts. This edition offers the standard Windows ping latency measurement with a 1ms precision. It allows only one connection to a server at a time.
The connection quality of any host is assessed in real-time as good, warning, bad or critical using different ping monitoring metrics. You can customize the assessment criteria according to your needs.
The program uses ICMP pings to track state (up/down) and connection quality (the real-time characteristics based on packet loss percentage, latency percentile and jitter) of each monitored host. More about tracking
The program pings each monitored host regularly to detect whether it is up or down. Host states are displayed on screen, state changes are registered and notifications are sent, so you are informed about all changes and can find required info easily.
Once you add hosts, the program starts their monitoring. The program uses ICMP pings to send echo requests and receive echo replies to each monitored host regularly. If a host replies, the program saves ping latency data to be used for calculating host statistics and real-time connection metrics. If a host doesn't reply on time, the program registers that as a failed ping.
The program automatically monitors host state to detect whether the host is up or down by pinging the host on the regular basis. If the host doesn't reply on ping requests, the host state is changed to down and corresponding notifications are sent.
The program provides a special monitoring module to replace the standard ping latency measurement with 1ms precision. The high-precision measurement has 0.01ms precision and allows using the program to monitor hosts in low-latency networks.
Do you want to see status of all monitored hosts on a single screen? The program has special views that allow to display host state and connection quality information for all hosts on a single screen. Use data sorting, grouping and filtering features to display important info. 2b1af7f3a8