EMCO Ping Monitor 7.0

EMCO Ping Monitor 7.0

EMCO Software – 20.7MB – Freeware – Windows
Ping Monitor is an automatic tool for tracking connection with hosts, located in the local network and Internet. It detects connection status by sending regular pings and analyzing responses. If pings are failed defined number of times in a row, application detects and reports a connection outage.

Ping Monitor can work in 24/7 mode to track the connection state and calculate connection statistics, which is reported on the main screen. Displayed parameters include monitoring time, uptime percentage, total number of detected outages and percent of passed pings. This information can be used to evaluate the quality and stability of the connection.

In addition to monitoring features, Ping Monitor offers an extended notifications and reporting. You can configure the application to report connection lost, restore events and ping statistics as messages in a System Tray area or to send correspondent notifications by e-mail.

If required, you can extend functionality of the application and setup custom event handlers for execution on connection lost and restore events. Any command or executable file with optional command-line parameters can be defined as the event handler. Also it's possible to activate special terminate actions when connection is lost during defined period of time. It allows you to make shutdown, reboot, hibernate and logoff operations on computer where Ping Monitor is launched.


EMCO Ping Monitor is a Freeware software in the category Internet developed by EMCO Software.

The latest version of EMCO Ping Monitor is 7.0, released on 08/16/2019. It was initially added to our database on 09/06/2009.

EMCO Ping Monitor runs on the following operating systems: Windows. The download file has a size of 20.7MB.

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