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EXTENDED PING WITH ALERTS

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Does anyone know of a ping or related tool that will allow me to monitor circuit/connectivity uptime, then alert me if there is disruption.

I would prefer not to have to use What's Up Gold or a like mangement/monitoring program
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perhaps something like ping alert?

http://www.sms4mail.com/smsmail/ping_alert.htm
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thx for the information | works great
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You're welcome :)
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