Now supports Pinger
Please note that this is a plug in for Subnet Calculator and Pinger, which you still need to have installed. This does not add an icon to your tray. It only removes ads from the applications.
Web connectivity is monitored by attempting to create an HTTP:// connection to a website of the user's choosing.
NetChecker is ideal for troubleshooting signal problems, monitoring a website's uptime, or troubleshooting any other data or connectivity issue.
Please become a beta tester and get the latest releases first (join the G+ community and follow the link there)
- Pinger can work in two modes: manual and by schedule;
- Notifies user when host is not available
- Allows save one or more host name or IP addresses
- Detail ping statistic for each host
- Allows ping all saved hosts by one click
Providers may block inbound connections per default. For use with your public IP please clarify if you are behind a NAT or firewall. Your provider may allow you to disable the firewall. If you can ping the public IP from internet you are good to go!
This app allows you to forward a public network port to one target host of your tethered network. For example, Port Forwarder can be used to play LAN games over USB Tethering. This can also be used as connector for a mobile web-server (PC) if your android phone has a public accessible IP.
Port Forwarding Features
- supports portable Wi-Fi hotspot
- supports USB tethering
- throughput information
- runs as android service
- no su or root required
- does not suppoer port ranges
If you feel like this app does not work please do not hesitate to contact me. But before you do that please try to ping your public IP from the internet to proof your IP is accessible for inbound connections.
Public accessible IP:
Providers may usually protect your device by keeping off any internet connections coming from the outside (inbound connections). So by default you may not be able to host any public service on your device. However, providers may allow you to disable this protection on their website. If you change that, please be aware of the risk.
Thank you for all your feedback so far! I hope we could fix bugs.
If you want to get involved in this project please do not hesitate to contact us. We are searching for an reach-ability tester service to verify whether an IP is accessible from internet or not. If somebody could offer such as a web-service this would be greatly appreciated.
This app does not support ports below 1024 (privileged ports). Please use higher port numbers on this device instead. The target port does not have this restriction.
*Ping by IP or Hostname
*Ping address range
*Ping subnet using CIDR block
*Use system ping or pure Java ping
Please e-mail me if you are having problems rather than leaving vague comments. I want this to be trouble free for everyone.
If you get the message that your carrier has ICMP disabled this generally means one of two things. Your carrier or the wireless network you're using may be blocking outgoing ICMP. The other possibility is because this test is done by pinging a server that I run, so on rare occasions the server may have just been down briefly due to network issues at the datacenter or a reboot.