Operation System: Windows NT/2K/XP
Size: 1.79 MB
NetListener can run different tasks to check the network status of critical devices and if they are live. Netlistener informs immediately if a network server is failing or a laptop is being removed.
NetListener checks the connection to all computers registered under the configuration through the ICMP protocol (ping). Changes in the system status of registered devices (a registered device joining or leaving the network) cause an action, like for example starting a batch file (this batch file may contain the call “net send …”, if the user wishes to communicate the failure).
NetListener has been programmed as a service, running even when there is no user logged onto the device. The device name is passed to the application and logged in the file (see example in the subfolder /scripts). Netlistener also provides the option to generate a status page in HTML format. This can be posted to the internet through your web server.
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