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The discovery of MetaPing were also a surprise – at that time, AppNee intended to migrate to a new server and needed a tool that can simultaneously monitor and test multiple server IPs to understand their connection speed and stability. In the end, after testing most similar tools, MetaPing stood out from the crowd due to its small size, good usability, and on-demand capability. After using MetaPing in practice, AppNee could not wait to share it with more users.
MetaPing is small, fast and very user-friendly visual ping tool for Windows, developed by Hammer Software from Australia. And best of all, it’s completely free! Its working principle is to ping multiple target hosts at the same time, and to show the connection situation of each target IP in a graph in real time. This can help webmaster, administrator easily keep an eye on the health of multiple workstations in local network, and multiple online web servers or websites in a visual way.
With MetaPing in hand, we can watch if a host is connectable now and what its network latency is in real time. In addition to a history chart, it also intuitively displays information like minimum, maximum and average delay, as well as uptime (percentage of packets returned) for each monitored host. And you can click on any host to expand it to the main panel to see more details. Besides, Hosts or Targets can be grouped together to enable a quick recall.
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- The v184.108.40.206 has a bug on displaying panels, while the v220.127.116.11 works like a charm.
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