Typhuun, LLC today announced the release of Ping Scope 2.0, an iPhone/iPod touch app which provides an easy to use interface to monitor any IP network device and shows the status using color coded LEDs allowing network and server administrators single touch device status updates. In addition, the app’s troubleshooting panel provides extensive configurable parameters to do advanced network troubleshooting to isolate issues in today’s complex networks. These features in version 2.0 bring the app closer to its big brother on iPad called System Scope.
The app uses ICMP protocol to provide monitoring and troubleshooting features and boasts a clean and intuitive user interface. It is available in a free lite version and a full-featured version.
* Separate monitoring and troubleshooting panels
* Email and print capability to share results quickly
* Multiple forex trading made easy configurable parameters for identifying hard to find network problems
* User host lists are backed up and restored as part of iTunes backups.
The app works on both 3G and WIFI interfaces and has the ability to switch interfaces on the fly as connectivity changes. If a valid WIFI connection is available, it is given preference for all out going packets. The LED colors in system monitoring panel represent the system status with green representing available with low latency, yellow representing available with high latency and red representing system being unavailable.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 0.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Ping Scope 2.0 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
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