Thanks for using MultiPing! MultiPing is an application built for monitoring one or more TCP/IP targets, while providing detailed historical information about the collection period. MultiPing's time graphs make a great way to quickly evaluate the uptime and quality of a connection to a target.
MultiPing has a number of valuable features for someone who wants to monitor their network connectivity, including:
- Monitors the performance of one or more targets over time, allowing you to compare the performance of these targets at any period of time.
- Allows you to scroll forward or backwards in time to look at performance at any period during the collection session.
- Saves lists of targets to monitor for easy setup of future monitoring sessions.
- The powerful "Timeline graphs" can be shown for any of your monitored targets, with any time-scale you need to see the whole picture.
- Any/all timeline graphs can be floated anywhere on your screen, and configured to stay on top, transparent, and a number of other options to make the graphs look just like you want them to.
- Configurable ping interval so you configure MultiPing to capture data at the rate that makes sense for your connection, and for the conditions you're looking for.
- Packet loss is graphed and easily visible.
- Will auto-start pinging on load, monitoring the destinations you were previously monitoring when you last closed MultiPing, or alternatively it can load a setup of your choice.
- Configurable Good / Warning / Bad periods to easily identify which targets are in trouble.
- Flexible, configurable alert system to monitor one or more targets based on the conditions you set. You can be notified by playing a sound, sending an email, changing the tray icon, or launching an executable to allow you to customize your own alert events. You can even do all of those within the setup of one alert.
- Proven multi-threaded engine for maximum performance over long periods.
- Flexible workspaces, with the ability to save and reload at any time.
- Can minimize to your system tray.
- More ... (what feature list would be complete without the ubiquitous "more" feature?).