Ping a Ding Ding : Ping any computer in LAN by hostname, local or IP address, play audio alerts, as well as change the timeout and TTL using this portable tool
Ping a Ding Ding is a tiny and portable networking utility that gives you the possibility to send the ping command to any IP address in your local network, in order to test the connectivity strength between the two machines.It can be used to make sure two or more computers have a connection strong enough to play video games in LAN, for example.
Portable tool with a simple GUISince there is no installation involved, you can drop the .exe file in any part of the hard disk or on a USB flash drive, and double-click it to launch the program. It doesn't make any changes to the Windows registry and doesn't need any DLLs to run. It remembers modified settings on exit.As far as the interface is concerned, Ping a Ding Ding adopts a plain-looking window with a neatly organized structure. It's split into three panes for pinging machines, customizing preferences, and setting up alerts.
Ping a computer by IP address or host nameA computer can be pinged by specifying its local or public IP address or host name, and clicking the "Start" button. By default, Ping a Ding Ding checks the connectivity every 5 seconds and continuously returns results until halted by the user.These results include the ping date and time, reply time (in milliseconds) and resolved DNS, in addition to the last success and fail times, amount of sent, received and lost packets, along with minimum, maximum and average roundtrip time.
Configure ping and alert settingsIt's possible to select the preferred alert notification on ping completion (air horn, blow out, ding), as well as modify the default ping time, size of packets, timeout and TTL.Furthermore, you can hide the utility to the systray, instruct it to minimize and auto-ping at startup, limit ping results to 1000 lines, clear stats and history at ping start, as well as assign any WAV audio tracks to play on failed DNS, failed and successful pings.
Evaluation and conclusionIt worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering the OS to hang, crash or prompt error messages. CPU and RAM consumption was minimal.Although it doesn't integrate options for pinging multiple computers at the same time, Ping a Ding Ding offers intuitive options for sending the ping command to a computer in the local network.
ConclusionTo conclude Ping a Ding Ding works on Windows 9X/ME/2K/XP/2003 operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. Ping a Ding Ding download file is only 494 KB in size.
Ping a Ding Ding was filed under the Networking category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 5/5 Score.
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Popularity 10/10 - Downloads - 214 - Score - 5/5
|Operating system:||Windows 9X/ME/2K/XP/2003|
|File size:||494 KB|