Projects / gnetworktester


Gnetworktester is an application that helps users in testing the quality of a network connection and in sending complaints on that to the network provider. A procedure of testing takes three steps: choosing the network nodes; automatic pinging of those nodes to collect statistics on packet losses, delays, and overall quality; and automatic report writing.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Mar 2010 15:26

    Release Notes: Bugfix release.

    •  19 Feb 2010 20:27

      Release Notes: client. Hosts on the Google maps. A tray icon. GeoIP support. Fping support. Compatibility with nmap 5.00. Quick test (one ping for all hosts in the list). Traceroute in the separated thread (the main window will not freeze). Drag and drop with Firefox was fixed. Some GUI improvements. Some bugs were fixed.

      •  26 Oct 2009 18:39

        Release Notes: Windows support has been improved. The preferences window was redesigned. The opportunity to send a report by using an MTA or SMTP server has been added. A progress bar during testing was added. Xdg-open is used instead of gnome-open, kde-open, and exo-open. There are some GUI improvements. Some bugs were fixed.

        •  28 Feb 2009 23:05

          Release Notes: Initial IPv6 support was added. Tooltips for cells in the main table were added. Row colors were removed. Quality icons were added. New actions were added for saving and opening menu items. Bugs in the network map were fixed. The average line was added to the history graph. GUI improvements were made. Some bugs were fixed.


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