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Ping/X 1.00.006

Mabry.s Ping/X ActiveX control provides easy to use internet .ping. functiona...

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Total downloads: 466
  • Last Updated: Nov 13, 2002
  • License: Demo $59.00
  • OS: Windows 98/ME/NT/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements
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Ping/X is a Development software developed by Mabry Softwarwe, Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Ping/X:

BS Editor: Mabry.s Ping/X ActiveX control provides easy to use internet .ping. functionality. Using Ping/X you can test for the existance of machines on the net and you can determine what the latency time is for transfer between the machine doing the ping and that being pinged. In addition to the usual ICMP and RAW type pings Mabry.s Ping/X supports TCP and UDP pings. These alternatives are provided because some systems, mostly running UNIX, can be set up so that they don.t respond to the normal ping requests.The 32-bit Ping/X comes as both an ActiveX control (OCX) and a COM object (DLL), so you can use it in nearly any modern programming environment. As a light ActiveX control/COM Object, Ping/X doesn.t require any bulky MFC DLLs to run. Your web-based applications (VBScript, ASP, etc.) will download faster, your installation package will be smaller, and you.ll have no problems with different versions of DLLs on your users. systems. And, because it.s both an ActiveX control and COM Object, Ping/X will run in Visual Basic, Visual FoxPro, Internet Explorer, Delphi and any other environment that supports either ActiveX controls or COM
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