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ID: 18802, Network Activity Annunciator

by Ronald Goulden Email: ron@rongoulden.com


This tool continuously 'pings' a range of IP addresses to provide continuous monitoring of key nodes, providing a visual of the status of each node.
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Updated on Fri, 06 Jun 2003 13:48:28 GMT
Originally uploaded on Wed, 04 Sep 2002 09:26:12 GMT
Description
Network Activity Annunciator® – This is a simple program that provides the ability to continuously 'ping' a user specified set of STATIC IP addresses to identify nodes are communicating with the network. It uses a graphical 'Annunciator panel' format that allows the user to quickly identify nodes that may be having a problem.

The primary display consists of six panels that appear as necessary, depending on the number of nodes entered by the user. Each panel will display 25 nodes with a descriptive name.

By following a few simple editing rules, the user can enter the IP address and the descriptive name for each node to be monitored by the program (up to 150 nodes in the licensed version).

As with all products that I develop, the ABOUT screen has functionality. Typically, the ABOUT form will have a calendar, a calculator, and a CPU speed calculation. Other features may be added in the future.

Using an 'Annunciator panel' concept, the user can quickly identify nodes that are not actively communicating with the network; green lights indicate successful communication; red lights indicate a failed communication; yellow lights represent an intermittent problem.

The annunciator display adjusts to the number of nodes being monitored. Each column displays 25 nodes. Up to six columns or 150 nodes can be monitored.

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