Applying Pending Changes
Any changes made to these settings do not take affect until you either hit the "OK" button.
Hitting cancel will back out the changes that have not been applied. You can make changes to multiple areas before applying them.
Creating / Manipulating named configurations
PingPlotter Pro supports multiple named configurations. Right clicking the "Default Settings" option above will allow you to create more.
If you delete a named configuration that is currently in use by a target, that target will automatically change to use the first configuration in the list.
**Some of the features listed in this topic are only available in PingPlotter Pro and/or PingPlotter Standard. See our product comparison page for more details**
- Variable Substitution
- Auto-Saving of Data
- Running as a service
- Handling Multiple Targets
- Named Configurations
- Session Manager
- Local Network Discovery (LND)
- Exporting data for further analysis
- Route Changes
- Dynamic DNS Tracking
- Backing up PingPlotter Data
- Sharing PingPlotter data with others
- Discovering a route between you and a target
- Interpreting Results - A Quick Example
- Finding the source of the problem
- Finding the source of the problem - part 2
- Interpreting Results - Longterm Monitoring
- Interpreting Results - Gamers
- Interpreting ISP Problems | PingPlotter
- Interpreting Results - Bad Hardware
- Interpreting Results - Bandwidth Saturation
- Building a Compelling Case
- VoIP Troubleshooting Guide
Test end-user internet
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