Ping is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP) network. Ping operates by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets to the target host and waiting for an ICMP response. Ping ping ping can scan the entire network in seconds so it can be used as a network mapper & scanner. It can be used to verify the status of a network or determine the IP of a newly connected device. Some of the devices this app can detect include: computers, smart phones & tablets, IP connected phones & printers, and routers. Examples of services ping ping ping can search for includes: HTTP, SSH, FTP, SMTP, telnet, DNS, SSL. Contains a combination / subset of features from linux commands arp and nmap or other applications designed as a network mapper, scanner, discovery, or auditor.
Configurable ranges of IP addresses to scan. Can scan and discover devices on local network as well as remote network
You can choose which TCP port to check in addition to ping, e.g: HTTP, SSH, FTP, SMTP, telnet, DNS, SSL
Fast! Scans entire /24 subnet in less than 6 seconds on a Nexus 5
Ability to determine if device is online by connecting to configurable reference hosts
Ability to compare the ping success rate among the hosts. Useful to find flakey or newly connected devices!
Displays mac addresses when scanning local network; automatic manufacturer lookup
Quick access to previously specified IP ranges
Easily share results through email, clip board, and other datasinks.
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