Net Status lets you get a fast glimpse of what is happening now with your hosts, routers and other network devices connected to the Internet or LAN.
The tool checks network services your hosts run for availability and presents the information in a convenient way in order to speed up the diagnostics of network problems. With Net Status you can quickly and easily determine which hosts and services are down from your monitoring list.
Net Status employs asynchronous algorithms that allow Net Status to operate really fast. Fractions of a second are needed to check a host with quite a number of running services. Even problematic hosts won't slow down the check process for a time much longer than a timeout you specify.
- Group hosts into multiple checklists
- Automatic scan of hosts for running services
- E-mail check results
- Predefined services for your convenience
- Possibility to add custom services
- Checks ICMP, TCP and UDP
- MAC address and hardware vendor lookup
- Wake on LAN or Wi-Fi
- Wake over the Internet (using proper routers)
- Ping hosts with integrated tool
- WHOIS hostnames, IP addresses
- Ultrafast asynchronous network I/O
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Ratings and Reviews
I was having some down time with a set of servers virtually hosted at one site. My free ping app wasn't doing it for me. This tool is great. set up multiple groups of servers. it auto detects the services for each service and lets you choose which it will check. (you can edit the auto detect list). it will check servers on app launch. has good ping support. nice organization. just what I was hoping for and only $2.
NOTE: this is a professional level app. if you don't need to check health of a bunch of servers for work or fun, then it probably isn't for you. but for those of us that do, it's great so far. a good way to double check when my Nagios monitoring may be giving me a false negative.
The App Does Not Work
The app doesn’t meet its purpose as far as M2 Pro Mac Mini is concerned. Regardless of whether I combine my M2 Pro Mac Mini WiFi local IP address with its corresponding MAC address, or its Ethernet local IP address with its corresponding MAC address, my M2 Pro Mac Mini does not wake up from the sleep state. MacOS Ventura 13.2.1 built-in Firewall is turned off, as well as is the FileVault and Lockdown Mode, and I don’t have any third-party antivirus piece of software installed, so, as far as I know, there is nothing that could block the Magic Packet from making through. Not through Net Status, but I have used the Wake-on-LAN function with my previous Windows PC and my current wireless router without an active Firewall before, and so I know that Wake-on-LAN should work. Why it doesn’t work with my MacOS Ventura 13.2.1 M2 Pro Mac Mini, exposed to all incoming connections, I have no idea.
Nice app. Works as advertised. Would be nice to have support for better alerts, a widget, and nonstandard ports.
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- Pavel Ahafonau
- 5 MB
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.4 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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- © Pavel Ahafonau
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.