PingPlotter helps solve network problems. It’s a network diagnostic tool that graphs latency and packet loss between your computer and a target. Visualizing the information accelerates your troubleshooting process and helps build a case if you ever need to convince someone a problem exists on their end.
- Access through web browser: The web interface broadcasts PingPlotter across the web. It’s useful for sharing information and managing the program remotely.
- As many targets as you need: PingPlotter Pro tests hundreds of targets at once. Summary graphs are available for organizing targets and assessing performance at a glance.
- Test from another device’s perspective: Remote agents ping from locations beyond your computer so you can analyze network performance over multiple locations.
- Select your network interface card: Directly control which network cards PingPlotter Pro uses for any trace. Compare multiple network connections in real time, test primary and secondary NICs in parallel, and monitor multi-NIC servers.
- View jitter graph: Jitter is the amount of variation in latency/response time, in milliseconds. The metric is useful when troubleshooting VoIP and other streaming services.
- See network performance history: Timelines graph latency and packet loss history. In PingPlotter Standard, timelines hold as much time as you need and can be opened for any hop.
- Automatically run in the background: Running as a service launches PingPlotter when your machine starts up. From there, the program starts tracing and continues even if you log out.
Note: the price reflected in the listing is that of the standard version. If you would like to view other pricing options, go here.