Compare Free, Standard, & Pro
PingPlotter is available in three editions. Find the edition that best meets your needs by comparing the specifics below
PingPlotter keeps more history, handles more targets, and adds features as you move from Free to Pro.
Test the route between your device and a target website or IP address.
See how performance for a hop changes over time.
Graph final hop.
Graph any hop.
Graph any hop.
Trigger events like email, REST calls, or sounds when problems occur.
Import PingPlotter Files
Load PingPlotter files (.pp2) for more analysis.
Quantify network performance with commonly accepted measurements.
PingPlotter is available as a free program, perpetual license, or subscription.
Only in PingPlotter Pro
Available in All Editions
See the route packets follow
Visualize the network path between your device and a final destination to quickly show whether problems are related to local networks, internet service providers, or something in between.
Watch performance as it happens
When network issues occur, start tracing with PingPlotter for an instant look at current performance. Continue watching to see PingPlotter's output change along with network conditions.
Save collected data into a .pp2 file for future analysis. PingPlotter Standard and Professional can load .pp2 files created by any user.
Save as image command
When you zoom in to the perfect picture, you may want to save it - so you can post it someplace, send it in an email, or create a web page. PingPlotter saves images in .BMP, .GIF and .PNG format.
Annotate timeline graphs to keep track of things like planned outages, configuration changes, or anything else that matters.
Run as a native Windows service
Auto-start PingPlotter when your computer boots up by running as a service.
Focus on a time period and show the statistics for that period. PingPlotter Professional even lets you make up your own statistics and formulas!
Auto-save collected data
Monitor perpetually and keep the data you want. Choose between keeping everything, only keeping traces that exceed a certain number of minutes, or keeping only when you specify.
High performance, low overhead engine
PingPlotter is built to minimize CPU use. This gives you the capability of continuous monitoring while you're doing other things, such as playing a game, or trading stocks. When a problem occurs, you can look to see what's happening on your network.
Uses multiple threads for increased performance
PingPlotter uses multiple threads to increase performance and accuracy. A complete 1 sample trace can be done in about 5-10% of the time that it takes to do a trace with the Windows "TRACERT" command (usually less than 1 second for PingPlotter vs 15-45 seconds for TraceRT).
Trace IPv6 addresses
Ping any internet address by specifying IPv4 or IPv6 protocol.