Vovsoft Network Alarmer is a lightweight software created to offer you the ability of verifying availability of various network devices by checking their IP addresses and warning you through automatic phone calls or email messages, when something goes off course.
You can add various IP addresses to the "PING Hostname List" and the utility will verify whether or not they are online, informing you of the result with a timestamped notice in the lower part of the window.
In addition to checking using ping, the program is also able to check the state of air conditioning machines through user-defined IP, supporting multiple devices at once. You can even set a maximum temperature level which the application should send you a phone call or an email message.
Ping multiple IP addresses or hostnames
Ability to fire off external script
Ability to dial numbers using fax/modem device
Ability to play alert audio file
Air conditioner temperature check
Manual or regular check
Accessible through mobile app
Discover local devices
Category: Network & Internet Network Monitoring
Supports: Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (32-bit & 64-bit)
License: Free to try
|Checks your network devices regularly|
|Commercial use allowed|
|No nag screen, no ads|
|Ability to disable update notifications|
|Lifetime free updates|
To receive license key and use all features of the software, use secure order at our financial partner, MyCommerce. To initiate the transaction, click the "Purchase" button above. Your license key will be immediately delivered after the registration. By using this license key, you can activate the product on the computer you want to use. The entire process needs only a few minutes.
A purchased license will be valid forever and includes future updates, all new functions will be available for existing registered users.
Finally, your registration enables us to improve our programs and continue developing quality software in the future. If you like this application or want to see new features, please consider registration. Thank you!