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Re: Feature suggestion: "Keep Alive" option

6 months ago, by Incite2006 in NetWorx Forum

Thanks Andrew. Great improvement! Now I can sleep or do other activities, and when the Internet goes down because of the Internet service provider, I will know immediately.

Re: Feature suggestion: "Keep Alive" option

6 months ago, by Incite2006 in NetWorx Forum

First of all thank you for your time, and for all the updates you make that fulfill their function perfectly. I love them since you make your software very minimalist. Regarding the Connection Monitor function, it has many useful options with the "hidden" menu (Ctrl + O), which allow it to be permanently activated in the background, which is perfect for monitoring whether or not I ha

Feature suggestion: "Keep Alive" option

6 months ago, by Incite2006 in NetWorx Forum

Hi, I have been using your program for years and I find it excellent. What I need is to add "Keep Alive" in the Settings tab and create a LOG.txt that is stored on the computer detailed with the time / day / month with the ping. My Internet service provider fails every few days, and I need to know when I don't have the Internet. At times when I don't have the Internet, I like to g

Request new function SoftPerfect WiFi Guard

7 years ago, by Incite2006 in WiFi Guard Forum

Hello. I appreciate the effort and encouragement to keep improving the application. Before me was very helpful, but now I feel great, because I'm not always attentive to monitor and alert you with a sound is perfect. Since this is perfect, but as information for other users: plays audio files with the extension *.wav (I tried it on a computer with Windows XP Professional operatic system

WiFi Guard does not see wireless devices

7 years ago, by Incite2006 in WiFi Guard Forum

Would greatly appreciate it for future updates SoftPerfect WiFi Guard incorporate the option of detecting devices behind a router with "AP Isolation" assets, because there are currently many router with "AP Isolation" available. Thank you.

WiFi Guard does not see wireless devices

7 years ago, by Incite2006 in WiFi Guard Forum

I feel the same. Inquiring imagine it must be enabled on the router "AP Isolation" 'Creates a separate virtual network for your wireless network. When this feature is enabled, each of your wireless client will be in its own virtual network and will not be able to communicate with each other. You may want to utilize this feature if you have many guests that frequent your wireless netw