Please note that it connects to the API port. API uses port 8728 and is disabled by default. To enable API use the following command in the terminal:
/ip service enable api
* Save/Edit login credentials for multiple routers
* Import .WBX Files from official windows version
* See interface list, traffic
* Enable / Disable Interfaces
* See Wireless Interface Details, CCQ, Rates, MAC, Settings
* Scan for Wireless Networks
* Add/Remove/Edit IP
* Display IPv4 Routes
* Reboot Router
* File Manager (List, Delete)
* Backup RB
* DNS - View settings, cache, static
* Firewall - Display settings, edit some basic NAT stuff
* Display System Log
* Hotspot view all settings etc (PRO ONLY)
* Scripts Edit and Run (PRO ONLY)
This version gets priority support and all new dev requests on this version will be developed before any free version requests.
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This application shows and tracks all current TCP (ipv4 and ipv6) connections on your phone/tablet. It reads the data from the same location as the famous netstat-tool (network statistics / network monitor), but with tracking mode.
It's very useful to know, if any application opens a connection to a remote server (note: you will see connections from this app itself: these are requests to the google ad-server ;-)). You can also check, if there are any listening sockets (open ports/servers) on your device. The main informations of this statistics are:
* connection-state (explanation on click)
* time of connection create/change
* application name if available
* resolved hostnames
The options are for now:
* enable/disable resolving hosts
* enable/disable tracking
* sorting by time, connection-state or app-id (pro feature)
* EXPORT list as CSV file (pro feature)
You can run this app as a background-service to track connections, and to quick view open connections at the notification area.
This is the first version. If you have ideas for improvements, feel free to send me an e-mail.
This app is tested on various devices - if you found a bug nevertheless, please write too!
- Choose number of times to ping or set continuous mode (keep pinging until stopped)
- A unique ping flood mode which provides a rapid visual display of packets sent and received and shows how quickly the host or server is responding
- Set interval between ICMP ping requests (as low as 0 seconds)
- Control the size of ICMP packets to send
- Set Time To Live (TTL) to control the number of hops the packet can go through
- Set timeout
- Options to disable to fragmentation of packets and allow pinging broadcast IP addresses
- Save and load hosts and IP addresses
- Email ping results
Ping Free supports both 3G and Wifi connections. Currently, only IPv4 is supported as IPv6 is not widely available on Android phones yet.