XCAT – IP Monitor Crack For PC

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Publicerades: 2022-06-08 (4 månader sedan)

Using xCAT – IP Monitor application you will be able to monitor any network machine (PC, Router, Servers) on a network or the internet aslong as it has it’s own IP address.
The program show a tiny window with 10 virtual LED lights, if the a network
device is online it’s LED is green, if not it will be Red and Black if there is no network device to check or the state of the device is has not yet been determined. The program can check upto 10 network devices at once.







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xCAT allows administrators to monitor any network machine (PC, Server, Router) on a network or the internet. xCAT makes a perfect tool to monitor your network for all sorts of network devices: – PC, server, router – IP address: using the network address from the IP range (eg. and, etc.) – MAC address: using the network address of the MAC address of a network device – DNS server: via DNS address – DNS query timeout – DNS query delay, DNS query retry, etc. – Proxy server: via DNS address – ping to proxy server, etc.

So, you can monitor the host for two days and it will keep working until xCAT will stop the service.

You need at least a 2GHz CPU, 128 MB RAM, and a 10 MB free space to run the program.

I do not need advanced features, I need a working solution and this one seems to be one of the most active and complete applications in this area.

I also have one question: to use it, which xCAT version do I need?

xCAT is free for all 3.x versions, not for 2.x.
And the 10 MB free space and the 2GHz CPU also should be good enough if you are installing it on a real server on-line.

I haven’t used it, so I can’t report any feedback (unless you are a local support), but it looks very promising to me and I’m sure I will manage to figure out how to use it.

This looks like a very comprehensive package. My initial impression is that this is a bit of a “work” tool. I’m not sure whether I want it or not. Can anyone suggest a more streamlined version for the home/home office network?

Why not fire up the NIC Shark and look at the broadcast packet traces?

That sounds like a good idea, but I was looking for something more generic. I did notice that you don’t need the NIC Shark, but you do need a multicast IP address to monitor broadcasts. That’s actually a neat little trick. Also, it would be nice to be able to use a static IP address to monitor a network address range… something that doesn’t change.

Last, I was looking at the list of supported IP addresses and I noticed that you don’t support IPX addresses, PPP

XCAT – IP Monitor Crack + For PC

xCAT – IP Monitor is a tool used to monitor the state of Network devices
through IP address or MAC address
xCAT – IP Monitor needs the following components:
1.Any PC or laptops or network device with IP address configured with
the Network card
2. xCAT (Configure, Adjust, Test) Server or xCAT Boot Server
3. Internet connection
4. An IP monitor application
If you want to monitor the state of more than 10 devices, xCAT – IP Monitor supports
to use a pool of IP addresses.
The program can automatically suspend network devices if they are down or off
when not being monitored by you.
Currently, the program has 3 working modes:
1. Manual IP monitoring
2. Automatic IP monitoring
3. Manual & Automatic IP monitoring(AIM) mode
Manual IP monitoring mode:
This mode can be used to monitor network devices, it is the best mode
for monitoring all the network devices in your office.
Step 1: Start the xCAT – IP Monitor for manual IP monitoring
Step 2: Configure the IP address of the network device you want to monitor
Step 3: Start the program
Step 4: Wait for the program to scan the network, the green LED lights will be up if the network device is online, if the green LED is down, the network device is down.
Automatic IP monitoring mode:
To avoid switching to manual IP monitoring mode each time you want to
monitor a network device, this mode can be used.
Step 1: Switch to the Automatic IP monitoring mode if there is no network device to be monitored
Step 2: Start the program
Step 3: Wait for the program to scan the network, the green LED lights will be up if the network device is online, if the green LED is down, the network device is down.
AIM mode:
By combining Manual and Automatic IP monitoring mode, we can monitor more
network devices at the same time and we won’t have to turn on and off the
monitoring devices manually.
Step 1: Start the program
Step 2: Wait for the program to scan the network, the green LED lights will be up if the network device is online, if the green LED is down, the network device is down.
Step 3: In the AIM mode, you can check the status of each network device in the program.
xCAT – IP Monitor

What’s New in the XCAT – IP Monitor?

Current Version: 1.0
Component: Graphical (Win32), IP Monitor
Directory: xCAT/Software
Filename: IPMonitor_1.0.0.exe
Developer/Consumer: DivX
License: Not Open Source
Maintainer: DivX
License File: Not Open Source
Original Filename: xcat_ipmonitor.tar
Size: 213.9 KB

For more information on how to install xCAT – IP Monitor see this post

*** Note: This is an alpha version of the program and is offered free of charge. If you enjoy the product please consider donating to my PayPal. It helps me a lot :) ***

The program is fully compatible with Windows Vista and Windows XP and runs on Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5 and 4.0.

The IP Monitor is a simple application to monitor any network device, an MSN Out or a modem, Web camera or IP Camera. It can be used to start/stop/restart and to monitor activity. IP Monitor is designed to make a desktop application working on both Windows XP and Windows Vista.


Start / stop / restart of the network device from the desktop.

Monitoring of the network device and show the status (online/offline)

Simple and easy use GUI

Both XP and Windows Vista

Connect to any network device supporting UPnP

Monitoring of the network device may not be a network problem, but if you can not use it or has you connection is too slow, it is a problem with the network device itself and should be checked by other network administrator or by the manufacturer. (The device must have a internet connection to be able to use the service)

It is NOT a program to monitor your IP or MAC address.

Please note that the IP/MAC addresses will not be visible until the IP Monitor is started.

Before starting the application use the network settings to find out whether the device you want to check is on the network.

The device should be connected to the router/modem/internet modem/modem/other device supporting UPnP.

The program uses either IP address or MAC address to locate the network device.

The IP Monitor has 10 LED lights to indicate the state of the network device.

Use’s’ to switch between each LED state.

LED1-ON: On means that the network device is

System Requirements For XCAT – IP Monitor:

Minimum Recommended
CPU: Intel Core i5-6600K Processor, AMD FX-8350 Processor
Memory: 8GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB or AMD RX 480 8GB
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 16GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 11 Compatible Audio card (Adobe Audition CS6 or equivalent)
Mac Operating System: macOS 10.15 Catalina, macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave 10.14.6, macOS Mojave 10.13.6