Network Problems are Solvable
If you experience buffering issues, lag, dropped connections, client complaints, or slow load times, PingPlotter can help identify the culprit and lead you to a solution
PingPlotter helps pinpoint network problems in an intuitive graphical way, and continues monitoring connections long-term to further identify issues. This powerful tool is easy enough for casual surfers, yet robust enough for the networking professional.
Monitor connections over time to discover the source of network issues.
- Real time and historical graphs
- Zoom in on problems
- Customizable alerts
- Multiple hops can be graphed at the same time
- Creates images that can be sent via e-mail.
Gain instant vision into business-critical networks with data that pinpoints problems and leads to solutions in less time.
- Long-term, multi-target monitoring
- At-a-glance target summary
- VoIP metrics
- Lots more
PingPlotter v4 officially releases in April, but a beta version is available to license owners interested in helping us test. Simply login to your account to download.
Version 4 improvements focus on usability and performance. A refreshed interface helps get more done with fewer clicks and hundreds of small tweaks, upgrades, and bug fixes significantly improve speed and reliability. New alert options like REST calls and HTML formatted emails are available along with IPv6 and unicode character support. Professional edition adds several new tools for managing large target lists like user-defined groups, searchable lists, and multiple summary screens.
This is also the first release to serve three editions of PingPlotter with a single download. The shift won't make a big difference to license owners because the program runs as the edition associated with the license. Changing how versions work helps new users evaluate PingPlotter and improves the way we manage our code.
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Step by step instructions and an overview of PingPlotter's capabilities
Learn how to identify and approach frequently experienced networking issues
A walkthrough that covers how to collect the data you need, pinpoint your problem, and find a solution