Ping Monitor overview
There are many tools available to monitor the connection to your website, server, domain or IP address. Those applications can monitor the stability of your connection and so does Ping Monitor.
Ping Monitor is a desktop gadget for Windows 10 and is easy to access at all times, and if needed it can stay in the foreground at all times. It is capable to monitor up to fiftteen servers locally, and/or remotely. This gadget will ping each one of the servers at an interval that is set by the user. The response of these servers will be shown in a graph and in numbers. It displays the maximum, average and current ping time as well as the number of errors while pinging the server or IP address. Besides this, for each server your info can be stored in a log file. You can refresh the each server with a double click on the alias, or refresh the graph only by double clicking it. Monitoring state for each server you can paused or continued. Ping Monitor supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
To identify your connections easily you can enter an alias for each server. The alias is shown on the main interface of the gadget, however, if you prefer an IP address or domain name you can enter this as an alias as well.
The interface of the gadget is flexible, you can change the size of it and you can also change the colors of the interface. All your settings will be saved in a file which will be created in Path: %APPDATA% Filename: gadgetname_Settings.ini). You can copy this ini file for backup if you like.
Ping Monitor is a handy gadget for Windows users who want to use the ping command to monitor websites or servers. The ping command is not as sophisticated as some other server monitoring application that support additional options, for instance, performing a check to determine if a database is running on a server.
For easy manual ping testing also try our Ping Tester gadget.
Note! For using IPv4 address ("18.104.22.168") you must change Decimal symbol from comma (",") to
1. Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking Regional and Language Options.
2. Click the Formats tab, and then, in the Format list.
3. Click Additional settings, clicking the Numbers tab and change Decimal Symbol.