ICMPing : Check the health and status of websites or devices connected to your network by sending custom data packages in the form of a ping with this simple utility
Keeping a network active is not all just about making sure security stays on a positive level, but also keeping it always active to ensure smooth data flow. A basic method of finding out whether or not a domain or address is active, sending a ping is the first way to go. There are multiple utilities in this regard, amongst which you find ICMPing, with a modern interface and thorough info delivered.
Portable with an intuitive designYou can take it for a spin right after the download process is finished, because the application is portable. Thus, it makes it possible to store it on a USB Flash drive and quickly send a ping from any computer. System resources used are not a concern, while accommodation is done in the blink of an eye.For what you find under the hood, visual design benefits from a fair amount of effort. The main window is custom built, with highlight effects when hovering your cursor over buttons, detailed display of info, as well as a few intuitive drop-down menus for the weight of packages to send to the target.
Configure packages and save logsIt's enough to fill in the URL field either with an IP or website address and hit the “Ping” button to get started. Feedback is provided in real time, both in the form of details for each request, as well as a simple graph that sadly has no indicators.There's not a lot of variety in terms of options. Depending on your needs, several values can be configured to send up to a hundred requests or until manually stopped, packet size that can range from 56 to 256 bytes, connection timeout, number of TTL hops, as well as threshold value.Overall, the process is done quick. However, you might be tricked into thinking the application hangs when it takes longer than usual for a response to come, but have a little patience because it all works fine. What's more, gathered data is only cleared at the press of a button or exiting the program, with the possibility to save the log to a plain TXT file.
To sum it upTaking everything into consideration, we can say that ICMPing is a simple, straightforward application that can be used to ping websites or machines connected to your network, hopefully returning the result you are looking for. It might not be packed with a large suite of features, but for what it's worth, it convinces you quickly to take it at least for a spin.
ConclusionTo conclude ICMPing works on Windows operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. ICMPing download file is only 511 KB in size.
ICMPing was filed under the Networking category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 5/5 Score.
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