Network Ping is a software test tool for maintaining and debugging network problems on a local area network (LAN). Get an easy view for a full subnet on a single screen. Look at the screen to the left displaying the status for devices 192.168.2.0 - 192.168.2.255. Green and the device is working, yellow, there is a problem, and red, the device is not any longer on the LAN.
Need telnet access to a router, no problem, a Telnet console application is also included.
Before buying try our free Lite version
- Ping a single IP address
- Ping a subnet to give an overview for 253 IP addresses
- Traceroute, to determine the route taken by packets across an IP network
- Telnet with full VT100 emulation
- Netbios lookup
- scanning for devices on a network could fail.
- general bug fixing.
Ratings and Reviews
Very well worth the buy
This is the single most useful app on my phone, I’ve been using it for 3-4 years+ now and have zero complaints. It’s a huge time saver for finding used IPs on my network, device types, and even the telnet utility is pretty cool.
One suggestion though, add gaming system option to device list.
Simple App with Good Network Tools
I am a network admin/tech/engineer and was looking for an simple app that would let me ping other network devices from my phone to test network connectivity. I downloaded the free lite version first to test out the app and ended up buying the paid version. Easy to use, easy to read, easy to understand. This is a good app that doesn't over complicate the simple ping command. Also has a few other helpful tools like subnet ping, trace route, netbios lookup, and telnet. I have only tried the ping and ping subnet tools so far. For telnet and ssh I usually use an app called Prompt! I will edit my review after testing the other features!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.