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The program is available in multiple editions with the different set of features and pricing. You can find the detailed features comparison below.
Simultaneous Hosts Monitoring
The program monitors hosts simultaneously by sending ICMP echo requests (pings) to hosts on a regular basis. Each host is monitored independently to guarantee high monitoring performance.
Host State Monitoring
The program detects the current state (Up/Down) of each monitored host using its ICMP echo replies (pings).
Connection Quality Tracking
The program detects the current connection quality (Good/Warning/Bad/Critical) for each monitored host based on the packet loss, latency percentile and jitter metrics.
Individual Monitoring Settings for Hosts/Groups
Override common monitoring settings (for example, state and quality detection parameters) used for all hosts and apply individual settings for selected hosts and groups.
System State Overview
Get an overview of the current state of your network. The program shows the total number of monitored hosts, the number of hosts with different states and the connection quality. You can click the displayed numbers and navigate to hosts with specific characteristics.
Connection Performance and Statistics
Get access to the collected monitoring statistics and information on the host performance for a selected time period. The program provides access to the uptime, packet loss, latency, CV, MOS and other metrics for a selected time period and uses them to calculate the host performance for this period. The collected metrics are displayed as charts.
The timeline view provides access to raw ping data for every host, so you can see it displayed as a chart.
State Monitor View
The UI view created for a compact representation of the states of all the hosts on a single screen. This view is designed for displaying host state information in control rooms.
Quality Monitor View
The UI view created for a compact representation of the connection quality of all the monitored hosts on a single screen. This view is designed for displaying connection quality information in control rooms.
It is a client/server architecture where the server runs as a Windows service to monitor hosts, send notifications and generate reports even if there are no active Windows user sessions.
Simultaneous Local Connections
Run multiple clients simultaneously on the same computer where the server is deployed to connect to the server and work with the same configuration.
Simultaneous Remote/Internet Connections
Run multiple clients simultaneously to connect to the same server installed on another computer in a LAN or in the web and work with the same configuration.
Monitoring Web Interface
The web interface provides access to all the monitoring and statistical data. It allows reviewing this data and starting/stopping monitoring for selected hosts/groups.
User Access Permissions
Configure who can use the program and what operations are allowed. Permissions may be granted to Windows users and groups, so you can assign different roles to them in the program.
Notifications on Host State Changes
When the state (Up/Down) of the monitored host changes, the program automatically sends all types of configured notifications.
Notifications on Connection Quality Changes
When the connection quality (Good/Warning/Bad/Critical) for the monitored host changes, the program automatically sends all types of configured notifications.
Notifications: E-mail, Sound and Windows Tray
The program can send e-mail notifications to a configured list of e-mail recipients. Sound and Windows tray notifications are also available on the computer where the program client UI is running.
Custom Notification Actions
Specify a script/executable that can be configured as a custom notification. This script/executable is launched when the host state or the connection quality changes.
Individual Notification Settings for Hosts/Groups
Override common notification settings used for all hosts and apply individual settings for hosts/groups. For example, you can specify different e-mail recipients, etc.
Raw Ping Data Exporting
Export ping data collected by the program during a selected time range into a file.
Generate and send reports on a regular basis. The reports include statistics for the selected hosts and can be saved into a file or sent by e-mail.
Individual Settings for Reports
Override the common settings used for all reports and specify individual settings for reports. For example, it is possible to specify different e-mail recipients for different reports.
Use a custom logo and a custom footer in the generated reports.
Reports Uploading to an FTP
Upload generated reports to a specified FTP server.