NetGong is an intuitive network monitoring tool that allows you to monitor connectivity and device availability of your network.
Version: 8.94NetGong is an intuitive network monitoring tool that allows network administrators, webmasters, and Internet service providers to monitor any networked device on the Internet, corporate intranet, or TCP / IP LAN and receive alerts immediately via audible alarm, message, e-mail, or third-party software when a connection fails. It is a powerful personal monitoring product delivering low cost, simplicity of operation, and round-the-clock coverage.
License: Free To Try $39.95
Operating System: Windows
Main features: runs as a system service automatically on startup, allows you to monitor network devices or services without installing an agent on each machine, allows all parameters to be set independently for each network resource, permits you to temporarily disable monitoring of certain resources, alerts you to failures using a variety of techniques ranging from audible alarms to third-party software, allows you "fine tune" the alerting functions to avoid unnecessary alerting during an extended failure, alerts can be enabled for any combination of failure and recovery notices, allows custom alerts to be created for each monitored resource, each alert type can be tested in order to verify that the alert is configured correctly prior to going live, allows e-mail notification via SMTP with the server of your choice, provides significant security benefits during authentication with mail server and data communication, supports keyword values and customized message information, offers real-time and historical reporting capabilities to assist you in tracking network resources availability, provides reports in HTML format to help keep track of network resources availability in an easy to view list, provides remote access to the monitoring results using a Web browser.
Version 8.94: This release includes improved remote access that allows you an easy access to the monitoring results using any Web browser, improved monitoring engine that allows you to configure and view the status of monitored devices, and Improved Auto Update system that allows you to keep product up to date.
Version 7.5: This release includes improved startup performance, improved support for Wake-on-LAN technology, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 7.4: This release includes ability to check if your computer has an active Internet connection, improved ability to run NetGong as a system service, improved support for SSL encrypted connections, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 7.3: This release includes improved event logging, improved stability and security, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 7.2: This release includes support for SSL encrypted connections, improved high-performance monitoring engine, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 7.1: This release includes improved Event logging, improved Remote access, improved performance and reliability, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 7.0: This release supports Wake-on-LAN technology, enabling users to power on a computer remotely. Moreover, it includes improved Windows 7 compatibility (both 32-bit and 64-bit editions), improved Event logging, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 6.9: This release supports enhanced integration with NetInfo, enabling users to easily find out more about monitored devices. Moreover, this release includes improved stability and security, and a few other minor improvements and bug fixes.
Version 6.6: This release includes ability to copy existing configurations. You can set several different configurations up for different needs and then easily duplicate it for the next network devices. Moreover, this release includes Windows Vista 64-bit compatibility and improved startup performance.
Version 6.5: This release supports deep integration with NetInfo, enabling users to find all the available information about monitored devices.