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Ping-Probe 2.0.1

A suite of ten top quality networking tools, including Ping, Traceroute and DNS.


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  • Last Updated: Nov 26, 2008
  • License: Shareware $38.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Ping-Probe is a Servers & Network software developed by Warren Flemmer. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Ping-Probe:

Brothersoft Editor: Ping-Probe offers a comprehensive suite of ten top-quality networking tools. The tools include: Ping, Traceroute, TCP Port Scanner, Network Scanner, SNMP Browser, Bandwidth Monitor, DNS Client, Finger Client, Whois Client and LDAP Client. Each of the tools offers a Modern interface with high performance, flexible functionality, all of which are invaluable to anyone connected to the internet.

Some of the tools offer an import feature allowing lists to be processed effortlessly. Many of the tools offer a graphical representation to make interpretation very easy and intuitive. The Bandwidth monitor, for example, will show a pie chart as well as the data obtained. Traceroute shows a graph of the round trip times, etc. Any number of the tools can be in use at any time.

All tools have a similar interface. When a tool is opened it will show the basic interface. Most requirements will be for-filled by this interface. In all cases there is an Advanced Button that shows and hides the advanced interface. The advanced parameters allow for the fine tweaking of the tools functionality. In all cases the results can be viewed, printed and copied to the Windows clipboard.

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