Program Interface Overview
The Ping Monitor main window Pic 1 can be divided into the following parts: the Overview A, the State Monitor view B, the Quality Monitor view C, the Statistics view D, the Hosts view E, the Reports view F, the Connectivity Events view G, the Log view H, the Access Control view I, the Operations view J and the Ribbon bar K.
On the Overview you can find the brief information on the hosts being monitored and their states as well as most recent connectivity events from those occurred during the last hour. The State Monitor view can be used to monitor current state of remote hosts, and the Quality Monitor view allows you to focus on the connection quality to the hosts. Within these views you can either monitor all hosts or review detailed monitoring information for any single host. The Statistics view displays the hosts monitoring statistics for the specified time interval. The summary statistics is displayed in a form of a table. Within this view you can also review the detailed statistics for each host, including all state and quality intervals, visualizing those with analysis charts. The Hosts view displays the hosts and groups of hosts in the hierarchical structure and is primarily designed for performing hosts management and monitoring activity management. You can also review the current host state and connection quality in this view. The Reports view is designed to display and manage preconfigured monitors performance and availability reports to be generated either on demand or on a regular basis. The Connectivity Events view provides access to the important connectivity status events for all monitored hosts. And the Log view shows those events not connected to hosts availability and monitoring activity, such as messages from supplementary operations, reports generation problems, etc. Within the Access Control view, you can define the roles and permissions for the users to access the server. If you would like to review and/or cancel the currently running operations, you can use the Operations view.