Network Logger IT
By Lyle Andrews
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Network Logger IT has all the features of Network Logger Pro but will also notify any number of recipients via email when a web site being monitored goes down or has service restored, or after an internet service outage on your local internet connection. Emailed reports include outage times, duration and the number of failed requests made during the outage.
Log your network outages, graph speeds over time, and more. Network Logger IT can monitor your web sites and produce historical graphs of their speeds, outages, and response times.
If there are certain times of day or week that your web site slows down or has an outage, Network Logger IT will show you. You can end flaky web site performance nightmares right now by catching them in the act and providing irrefutable documentation of what has been happening to your provider or IT department.
You can export URL speed graphs as PDFs, or copy the web site outage log, or the network outage log and quickly show tech support or colleagues what you are experiencing in a way that enables them to understand what’s going on at a glance.
• Email Notifications of Web Site Outages & Restoration
• Email Notifications after Local Network Outages
• Menubar Display showing Speed and Network Status
• Network Outage Log
• Website Outage Logs
• Realtime Traffic Displays for all Network Interfaces
• Historical Peaks and Averages for all Network Interfaces
• Website Transmission Speed Graphs
• Website Response Time Graphs
• Customizable Color Themes
• Linear and Log Graphing Styles
• Rollover Statistics on Graph Bars
• Export Graphs as PDFs
• Export Logs as .log Files
• Save and Resume Sessions
• CSV File Statistics Export
If you have an issue using Network Logger IT or need help, email the support address and you will get support right away. Suggestions are welcome too.
What's New in Version 4.9.4
Fixed an issue in which OS X App Nap (a feature Apple introduced in OS X 10.9) could kick in if the status menu bar item was turned off while the app was in the background with no windows visible. When these conditions were present, they produced artificially high speed readings due to the Network Logger timer firing schedule being changed by the OS X App Nap feature.