Network monitoring in 60 seconds
MultiPing provides a graphical view of network performance, monitors hundreds of targets, and sends automatic alerts. This affordable tool is great for professionals and newbies alike, and can be monitoring your network in less than a minute.
MultiPing's Features Include:
Graph Network Performance
Visually represent networking metrics. Compute packet loss % as well as avg, min, and max latency.
See performance over time, identify patterns, and improve understanding of network issues.
Send emails, play sounds, launch executables, change icons, or log to files when network issues occur.
Network Discovery scans your local network and makes a list of the devices it finds. Dynamic DNS helps PingPlotter continue collecting data in situations where servers operate without a static IP address.Read more
A new PingPlotter beta just became available, and we'd really appreciate your help testing.
This beta includes two new features. Network Discovery lets you see all of the devices connected to your local network, and Dynamic DNS helps you stay connected to targets during IP address changes from DNS servers (handy in long-term monitoring). Visit the beta page for download instructions and more details on how to participate.Read more
Beta testing is complete for PingPlotter's macOS version. Big thanks to everyone who participated! The product wouldn't be where it is without your testing and feedback.
Jitter graphs, UDP packets, remote agent, and web interface are new in this release. The latest version is available on the download page. If you've already installed the beta, you can also upgrade through the notification that appears when you run PingPlotter.
Free trials are available, and active maintenance customers get access to PingPlotter on any platform. That includes macOS, iOS, Windows, and whatever releases in the future.Read more
Lots of new changes...
You've probably noticed the fancy new website by now - but we've also officially released MultiPing v3 (which includes IPv6 support!). For more details, be sure to check out the announcement page.