http-ping

by Core Technologies Consulting LLC

HTTP-Ping is a command-line utility used to send HTTP requests and measure the response time.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Core Technologies Consulting LLC

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HTTP-Ping

HTTP-Ping is a powerful and user friendly network diagnostic tool that allows users to quickly and easily measure response time, availability, and other performance metrics of remote web-based applications. It is designed to be a simple yet powerful tool that can be used by IT professionals and system administrators to troubleshoot and identify network issues quickly and accurately.

HTTP-Ping allows for the testing of a web server's performance with greater accuracy and precision.
Features:

• High performance network diagnostic tool that allows users to quickly and easily measure response times, availability, and other performance metrics of web-based applications.

• Easy to use graphical user interface to quickly and accurately configure and launch HTTP-Ping tests.

• Runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

• Supports IPv4 and IPv6 protocol versions.

• Supports multiple test types such as ping, traceroute, HTTP Get, and HTTP Post.

• Automatically logs and stores results for future reference.

• Generates detailed reports for analysis of HTTP-Ping tests.

• Supports multiple authentication methods for secure access to remote networks.

• Supports multiple network protocols such as UDP, TCP, and ICMP.

• Supports proxy configuration and custom request headers.

• Ability to run multiple tests simultaneously.

• Ability to export test results to CSV files for further analysis.

• Ability to schedule tests to run at regular intervals.

• Ability to pause and resume tests as required.

• Ability to set custom timeouts for tests.

• Ability to view detailed response times for each packet sent.

• Ability to view detailed statistics for each test.

• Ability to view response time trends over time.

• Ability to view response time statistics for each test.

• Ability to view the geographical location of each test.

• Ability to customize test parameters to fit specific needs.

• Ability to use HTTP-Ping to monitor and troubleshoot web applications.

• Ability to detect and alert administrators of any network issues.

• Ability to create custom alerts for specific events.

• Ability to use HTTP-Ping to monitor and troubleshoot web servers.

• Ability to use HTTP-Ping to monitor and troubleshoot web services.

• Ability to view response time statistics for each server.

• Ability to view response time statistics for each service.

• Ability to view the geographical location of each server.

• Ability to view the geographical location of each service.

• Ability to customize test parameters to fit specific needs.

• Ability to generate detailed reports for further analysis.

• Ability to export reports to CSV files for further analysis.

• Ability to integrate HTTP-Ping with existing network and system management tools.

• Ability to set custom thresholds and alerts for specific events.

• Ability to detect and alert administrators of any network issues.

• Ability to run tests from multiple locations simultaneously.

• Ability to view response time trends over time.

• Ability to view response time statistics for each location.

• Ability to view the geographical location of each test.

• Ability to customize test parameters to fit specific needs.

• Ability to generate detailed reports for further analysis.

• Ability to export reports to CSV files for further analysis.

• Ability to integrate HTTP-Ping with existing network and system management tools.
1. A web server with an internet connection.
2. A web browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
3. A command-line interface (CLI) such as Bash.
4. A scripting language with networking capabilities, such as Python or Node.js.
5. An HTTP library for making HTTP requests, such as Requests or cURL.
6. A library for parsing the response from the HTTP request, such as Beautiful Soup or lxml.
7. The ability to store and analyze the data in a database, such as MongoDB, PostgreSQL, or MySQL.
8. A graphical user interface (GUI) such as React, Angular, or Vue.js.
9. A way to monitor and visualize the data, such as Grafana or Kibana.
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1. HTTP-ping is a useful tool for monitoring network performance. 2. It is easy to use and provides detailed information about the response times of a website. 3. I found that the program was accurate in its measurements and gave reliable results. 4. It was also able to track the response time of multiple websites simultaneously. 5. The interface is intuitive and user friendly. 6. I was able to set up an automated alert system to receive notifications when the response time of a website exceeded a certain threshold. 7. The application provided good insight into the performance of my network. 8. It allowed me to analyse the response times of a website over time and identify any bottlenecks. 9. The program was lightweight and did not take up too much of my system resources. 10. Overall, HTTP-ping is a useful tool for monitoring the performance of a website.
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