MultiPing is an application built for graphically monitoring one or more TCP/IP hosts, while providing detailed historical insight about the collection period. Using the proven and powerful PingPlotter engine technology, MultiPing allows you to monitor numerous targets simultaneously giving you the data you need to choose between multiple possible hosts, to monitor uptime and performance or just keep track of general connectivity.
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The “ping” part in this application’s name, obviously refers to the fact that it can ping a host, address or target. And the “multi” part in its name refers to the fact that it can ping multiple hosts. As a matter of fact, MultiPing can ping hundreds of TCP/IP hosts at the same time. The results of the ping process are nicely presented on the application’s interface. If you want to, you can set up alerts and customize several alert parameters.
MultiPing provides support for 32- and 64-bit Windows editions, any edition from XP and Server 2003 onward. Download an installer, run it, and a setup wizard will show up and help you quickly install MultiPing on your Windows-powered PC.
A “thanks for trying MultiPing” dialog shows up when you launch the application. It features a link to a useful Getting Started guide, it tells you that you can discover and monitor every device on your network, that you can set up and customize alerts, that you can specify whether to trace with the IPv4 or IPv6 protocol, and more.See the network, pinpoint the problem. MultiPing is an application built for graphically monitoring one or more TCP/IP hosts, while providing detailed historical insight about the data collected. Using the proven and powerful PingPlotter engine technology, MultiPing allows you to monitor numerous targets simultaneously giving you the data you need to choose between multiple possible hosts, to monitor uptime and performance or just keep track of general connectivity.
The first thing I liked about the interface is that it is quite easy to use; it won’t take long to figure things out and you won’t have any problems using the interface to access all the functionality MultiPing has to offer. The second thing I liked about the interface is that it is customizable; you can play with multiple options and set the interface just the way you like it.
From a functionality point of view, you can expect to get the following from MultiPing: ping multiple hosts at the same time; ping results are clearly presented on the interface; set up and customize alerts (play a sound, send out an email, launch and executable, and more); scan a range of IPs and automatically track all devices on your network; and more.
MultiPing is free to use for a trial period of 30 days. You will have to purchase a license if you want to keep using it once the trial period expires. MultiPing is easy to use, it lets you play with lots of options, it works as advertised.
MultiPing is an application built for monitoring one or more TCP/IP hosts while providing detailed information about the collection period. It allows you to monitor multiple targets simultaneously, giving you the data to choose between multiple hosts to monitor uptime and performance or keep track of general connectivity. It permits you to set up cautions for integral factors when certain conditions are met, with a specific end goal to tell you about conceivable issues.
You can also indicate the number of tests to analyze, dispatch an executable, send an email, or play a sound at whatever point a caution is activated. MultiPing is a helpful utility to have around, particularly to handle numerous servers and sites, and you need to be kept mindful of their reaction times.MultiPing is an application built for monitoring graphically one or more TCP/IP hosts, while providing detailed historical insight about the collection period to monitor uptime and performance or to just keep track of general connectivity.
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.
Follow Dynamic DNS
Continue watching (or alert) when target IP addresses change.
Send emails, play sounds, launch executables, change icons, or log to files when network issues occur.
Scan a range of IPs and automatically add responders to the target list.
Mix IPv4 and IPv6 as you migrate to the protocol of the future.
Share data with PingPlotter for advanced troubleshooting.
Browse performance history by dragging, focusing and zooming in on periods of interest.
Undock, resize, hide, and reorder graphs to keep an eye on what’s important to you.
MultiPing will work just fine with pretty much any Windows edition you can think of. MultiPing has a good looking and user friendly interface that can be customized. Use MultiPing to ping multiple hosts. Set up and customize alerts. There’s a comprehensive Getting Started guide that provides useful information about using MultiPing. Cons
Trial limitations: 30-day trial; nag screen that forces you to wait for 7 seconds.
How to Install MultiPing?
MultiPing download from here.
Extract all the files into a new folder.
Copy keys and paste where required.
All Done. Enjoy!
Install a license key using a registration key file?
1: Click Install Key after navigating to Tools & Settings > License Management > Plesk License Key.
2: Choose Upload a licence key file.
3: Click OK after providing the path to the key file you downloaded from the email.