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
The lite version is excellent, but the developer deserves paying!
There is very little I can’t do in the lite version that makes me NEED to upgrade to the paid version. However the developer deserves to be paid for this little app that has helped me out many times.
Thank you and keep up the good work!
Paid version little better than the lite version.
Keep looking would be my advice.
This little app is so useful especially in a battle with my ISP!
Three engineer visits, of many hours, by the fibre line provider, and my ISP would not believe the problem lay with them.
It was my router, or network, or the cable, or the switch in the street.
This app enabled me to prove that all ports on my network were working fine and that packets were being dropped. The trace route tool helped to prove that the problem lay with the ISP.
I cannot rate this app highly enough.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.