Have you ever wondered how good your Mac’s internet connection is? Here’s one way to find out.
Network Logger is an inexpensive Mac network analysis tool that monitors your home or office network and internet connection. It constantly checks your connection status and records all the details so you don’t have to sit and monitor the network yourself.
Network Up Time And Speed
If your internet connection seems to slow down from time to time, or even stop entirely every now and then, a call to your internet service provider may not yield a solution.
What you need are facts. And graphics. That’s Network Logger.
It keeps a log of network outages and uptime and displays them as attractive, visual graphs of network and connection performance over time.
Not only can you see when your network or connection hiccups, breaks, or stops working, Network Logger gives you the ammunition you need to show your IT guy or internet service provider that you’re not getting the network you’re paying for.
Knowledge is power.
Everything gets logged and graphed. Graphs can be exported as PDF’s so you can email a performance report.
You determine when to start and stop a network logging session.
A few. From what I can see, network tests are conducted as often as once per minute. That may seem like an acceptable amount of time, but hiccups, outages, and network connection drop outs may be more frequent, and not last but a few seconds. Tests need to be more frequent.