NetPlot by Corey Goldberg

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NetPlot | Network Latency Monitor

NetPlot is a network monitoring tool written in Java. It uses your system's ping utility to send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to a host or device. With each collection, it sends 3 pings to get the average latency. Results are then plotted in real-time so you can monitor network latency.

Download:

netplot.zip - includes source code (GPL)

Platforms:

NetPlot requires a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). It uses a Ping.class that is compatible with output from Linux (iputils) and Windows ping. Other ping implementations can easily be supported by editing Ping.java and rebuilding NetPlot.

Running and Building Netplot:

To Run: run.bat (win), or run.sh (nix)

To Build/Compile: use Ant with build.xml

Screenshots:

NetPlot GUI - Output Tab NetPlot GUI - Control Tab
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