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Reverse Dependencies for net-ping

The projects listed here declare net-ping as a runtime or development dependency

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Monitoring daemon with simple web UI.
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Command tool to check if you have Internet connection
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IPScan scans your local area network to determine the identity of all machines on the LAN.
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It uses a source list with several testes websites to provide proxy servers to you. It can be extended with new ones as well.
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JSONRPC Over MQTT Example.
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Takes a domain in parameters and gives info about hosting
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A library to tell you who is there.
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Connects Legion to Slack
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Check network quality by sending ICMP package concurrently.
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# Netchk Simple tool to troubleshoot internet connectivity issues. This tool verifies: - your computer has at least one IP address - you have at least one DNS configured - you can reach the configured nameservers - the nameservers can resolve hosts Finally, some ICMP ping statistics are presented with average durations and error rates. ## Installation ```sh gem install netchk ``` ## Usage Just run `netchk` from your terminal and basic diagnosis will start showing you progress and any error if present. Note: On Linux system, this gem requires `sudo` to perform the ICMP ping operations. On macOS, this is not needed. You also can configure how netchk verifies your connections by configuring a `~/.netchk.yaml` or `~/.netchk.yml` file like below. ```yaml # Settings to test DNS server connectivity. dns: # Path to resolv.conf file to check presence and connectivity of DNS. # Path should be absolute to avoid issues when running netchk # from different directories. resolv.conf: /etc/resolv.conf # Settings to test DNS resolution. resolv: # Path to resolv.conf file to use for testing DNS resolution. # Path should be absolute to avoid issues when running netchk # from different directories. It is advised to be the same # as dns.resolv.conf. resolv.conf: /etc/resolv.conf # The list of domains to test for DNS resolution. domains: - google.com - youtube.com - facebook.com # Settings to test icmp ping. icmp: # A list of hosts to ping with ICMP. It is advised to use # IP addresses instead of domains to rule out any issues with # DNS resolution, which is tested separately. hosts: - 1.1.1.1 - 8.8.8.8 # The number of ping to issue each host. count: 20 # The duration in seconds to wait between each ping. # Setting this value too low might cause timeouts. interval: 0.2 ``` Each value is optional. If one is missing the default value will be used. The file above shows the default values. ## Contributing Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/moray95/netchk.
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The net-tnsping library provides a way to ping Oracle databases and ensure that they're up and running. Unlike the tnsping command line program, which only pings the listener, the net-tnsping library pings both the listener and the database itself.
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Nines is a simple server monitoring tool written in Ruby.
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This simple gem tries to detect your online status by pinging a few places.
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Performs Ops Manager deployments.
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Another Ping-Tool with additional Mac-Address information and DNS-Resolv-Name. Need 'ip neigh' as command
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Give proxy_finder a list of proxy servers and it will tell which ones are active.
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This gem will help you with getting and checking proxies.
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