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Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Ping is as simple it gets - it just takes a hostname and a port number and checks the connectivity. Tapping the ping button will use port 7 (ICMP) if no input is given. Any other port number will be checked as it is. If you don't have DNS in your network, try with IP addresses. A history is maintained of all checks done so far. You can recall any item from the history by tapping on it. Use the delete button to clear the history. I developed this application while working on Get Me Tones companion app for Windows Phone since there were some problems with my network and I wanted to check connectivity from the phone itself to be sure. Update in 1.1: - Fixed a bug where deleting history didn't destroy the item list in memory - Changed default ping port to 135 since port 7 isn't really ping - Ping button gets disabled until it gets a reply or times out Get in touch with the developer at ashish [at] wpfied.com
10/22/2013Nice simple way to check for ISP or WIFI problems. Update: Broken now, useless. Uninstall. Due to lawsuit? Who knows.
10/15/2013Does exactly what is says it will do
9/9/2013Also why wouldn't you enable the pinging od an IP address?
7/28/2013This app works great. A perfect tool for any network administrator. Ping might be a poor name because you can also test any other TCP port. I.e RDP, SMTP.....
7/25/2013Nice try but it doesn't show the details of the response, like ip, etc
7/22/2013Flat out didn't work.
7/10/2013I love this app