sPinger 1.0.1



SPinger is a freeware tool for quickly pinging multiple IP addresses and host names. Entering the addresses to ping can be very simple. A left-hand "Addresses & subnets" panel is actually just a text box where you can enter as many addresses as you need (google.com, 127.0.0.1, 192.168.1.1), one per line. Unusually, the program can also generate multiple IPs from subnets. Entering 192.168.1.0/25 and clicking "Generate" creates a list including 192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.3 and more, up to 192.168.1.128. A "DNS Scan" button quickly retrieves the host names for your IP addresses, where available. When you're ready, clicking "Start Pings".


sPinger is a tiny utility designed to automatically ping dozens of user-defined hosts and help you determine the impact of an update or modification done in the network.

Considering that it is a portable application, the installation consists of decompressing the archive in any desired location on your hard drive.

Upon launch, you can enter the IP addresses manually or a larger list that you store on a plain text file and you are ready to examine the status of the connected devices. The results of the operation can be exported to a CSV file.

The GUI is designed as a table that allows you to preview data such as the IP addresses, results, subnet, last success and last failure.

It is worth mentioning that the tool comes with several viewing modes that you can switch between from the View menu. While the tool can generate a list of IP addresses from subnet masks, the feature is currently not available for Windows 8 and 10.

As you would expect, the program enables you to set the parameters before you commence the operation. To be more precise, the app allows you to set the number of threads, pings per IP, maximum bad pings, timeout, size and the loop delay. At the same time, you can set the colors and fonts for the good pings, bad pings and TTL errors.

Speaking of styles, the program provides you with dozens of icons so that you can customize the display even further and make your work smoother.

If you have been working with other tools and got accustomed to specific icons for good and bad pings, then you can also create your own icon themes.

All in all, sPinger is a straightforward tool designed for network managers who need a quick way to verify the status of the connected devices following a major update or modification.




Platform: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
License: Freeware
Author: Website
Size: 2.69MB


SHA256: 0bb6059b2b8c0b8329dbba5f85517349029548a6531c5f808d21eb5703fc2480

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