App for the Pockethernet cable and network tester hardware device.
Pockethernet is a tool for computer network professionals.
It's a smartphone connected cable and network analyzer that helps you in the installation and maintenance of Ethernet networks.
The app enables you to make measurements with the Pockethernet device, remote control every function and generate a report of your findings.
Supported tests include Wiremap, TDR fault localization, PoE measurement, Link detection, VLAN tagging, DHCP, Ping, CDP, LLDP, Cable Toner and Port blinker.
New report layout and functions.
Added LLDP-MED and CDP Voice VLAN support.
MAC address change feature.
External IP detection.
Since 3.3.3.: Fixed crash when creating report with wiremap. Help text size adjusted.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
No auto save to iphone for multiple tests
I do like this tester to do simple service call test for one or two cables. But there isn’t a way that I found that it will auto save to the iPhone without hitting save and then veiw each test to a third party app. I use genius scan . And the other thing that could be updated in the UI is when you test a cable and your not in the right port it says miss wire instead of open or no cable present
iPhone has to be in proximity?
Why does my iPhone have to be within Bluetooth range to send a tone down a line? If my phone leaves the area the test will stop. Can’t you guys fix this? This is unacceptable.
Also the link test takes way too long IMO.
The app needs more polishing, the reports should be able to output as an image.
Terrible, crash-prone, no updates
This app hasn't been updated in over a year. It is extremely crash-prone across multiple iOS devices.
The UI is clunky. No way to stop a test in progress, and no way to save a suite of tests to run. You always have to select each test individually.
The export is terrible. There is no saved database of tested ports. You can generate a single PDF (full-page letter) after running your tests, but run another test and that original data is gone. There is no overview PDF that can put multiple ports on the same page.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.