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See the Status of All Nodes On Your LAN

SMTPing keeps you informed about the status of all nodes on your LAN, displaying them all visually on your screen.

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What are people saying about SMTPing

Jason Howard Shouldn't this be called SNMPing (SNMP) rather than SMTPing (SMTP) - or does this relate more to mail than network monitoring ?
Mar 7 2013 at 2:06am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Hi Jason :) ...nope, is not related to SMTP... It may be confusing for people who knows about it, but since the app doesn't use SNMP, it would lead to an even worse confusion.
It may be a wrong name for a ping-based network monitor, but many people knew the product before its public launch and when I discussed with them about changing the name I was practically forced to keep it like it is right now :P
So I've tried to keep the entire name of the app (Simple Multi-Target Ping) but... everyone else adopted the short version... and well, that's how the software libraries where it is published right now are calling it.
I promise to do my best to fix this when I find the way :) ...in the mean time, I accept without hesitation the consequences of this action!
LAVA SoftWorks - Mar 7 2013 at 2:17am Copy Link
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Jason Howard So this does this have any facility for listening for SNMP traps or detecting when specific ports open/close (eg - FTP or HTTP etc) - or is it purely alerting when a box doesn't respond to a ping?
Mar 7 2013 at 2:23am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Jason ~ Nope, is not a network analysis or auditing tool... is just a simple and clean ping-based monitor, less complex and more friendly than the big players on the market, aimed for small to medium companies where the tech support guys' butts are de-facto kicked when something fails and the network is the first thing to be blamed.
LAVA SoftWorks - Mar 7 2013 at 2:29am Copy Link
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Jason Howard Thanks. In particular looking for something that will alert when a port closes because a service crashed etc - but the server can still be pinged. From the users point of view, the server (service/port) is down, even though the network stack is still ok & server can still be pinged.
Mar 7 2013 at 2:36am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Jason ~ Mmhhh... doesn't sound bad... and it's not quite difficult to do. Let me see if I can implement that before sunday and If so, You'll know it for sure (~_~)
LAVA SoftWorks - Mar 7 2013 at 9:24am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Jason ~ So there it is :) I've added port-based monitoring to SMTPing :) ...feel free to give it a try!
LAVA SoftWorks - Mar 7 2013 at 8:41pm Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero WARNING WARNING WARNING!!!
SMTPing _IS_NOT_ A STANDARD APP THAT YOU CAN TEST AS ANY OTHER SOFTWARE!!!
As I've recently stated on SMTPing's download page:
SMTPing is ment to be running as a full privileged application. If you have a kicky security software or you plan to run it from a Vista, Win7 or Win8 machine with UAC enabled, it is for sure that SMTPing will fail on first run. So, in order to prevent this, please turn off your security software before installing SMTPing or tag SMTPing as a secure app. SMTPing is a Network Monitoring Program that is ment to be run from a machine protected by other than software from within. If you want to test SMTPing, do it from an unsecured+isolated VM or grant admin privileges to its installer and itself to see its full glory. If not, then we can't do nothing about it.
SMTPing may be tagged as "insecure" software, but believe us, we don't make malware. icomancer won't let us lie.
LAVA SoftWorks - Mar 9 2013 at 12:16am Copy Link
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Rick B This looks like a very comprehensive monitoring program. I'm wondering if it's "simply" passive monitoring, or if it's a bit smarter than that. For example, I don't see any mention of a way to create a notification of a problem other than displaying it on-screen. Can triggers be defined for things that need attention? And if so, is there a way an email can be sent (or some other form of notification) when a trigger condition occurs?
Nov 13 2015 at 10:48am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Hi Rick! ...Yeah, it is passive monitoring, but there's an unreleased mail alerter extension I've worked on. It is also simple... you configure alert emissions timing and warning/alert thresholds but nothing specific, so you can't, let's say, set an alert for a node response below/above boundaries. You can only get notifications sent when nodes on a group get hiccups or completely out of sight during a window. Now... it supports TTL/TLS, but when testing, users specified gmail as SMTP gateway, and got nothing delivered because of gmail restrictions. And other users with self signed SSLs never got notifications since certs must be valid. Also, other users got nothing because they were trying to send on their local machines but SMTP ports were blocked by the carrier. It takes you knowledge on setting up a valid SMTP gateway or account to get the extension running. For all that, I didn't release it to the public. Later today I'll update the installation packages with some last hour patches (just bug fixes) and I'll add that extension as an external download, so if you want to try it, you'll be able to. I'll post a comment here when that's done.
LAVA SoftWorks - Nov 13 2015 at 11:16am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero To users insterested on SMTPing, please take the next things in consideration. They've been extracted from SMTPing's download page:

- Some antivirus programs may tag SMTPing as a "harmful" download, but it is a false positive! This problem arises because SMTPing is not signed with an Authenticode certificate and it doesn't have millions of downloads. Plus, some of the GPL packages it contains (Apache HTTP server, PHP, etc.) may be mistakenly seen as malicious. But SMTPing is 100% safe and does not contain adware, spyware, virsuses, trojans or malicious programs attached.

- SMTPing is meant to be running as a full privileged application. If you have a kicky security software or you plan to run it from a Vista, Win7, Win8 or even a Win10 machine with UAC enabled, it is for sure that SMTPing will fail on first run. So, in order to prevent this, please turn off your security software before installing SMTPing or tag SMTPing as a secure app. Once again, SMTPing is a Network Monitoring Program that is meant to be run from a machine protected by other than software from within. If you want to test SMTPing, do it from an unsecured+isolated VM or grant admin privileges to its installer and itself to see its full glory.

Being that said, please note: Win8 and Win10 will prevent you from running SMTPing unless you have UAC disabled with a registry hack.
LAVA SoftWorks - Nov 13 2015 at 11:20am Copy Link
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Christian User 1 - after several hours of waiting, I didn't receive my software serial .

2 - the download link of the new version 1.3 revision 2 doesn't function on lavasoftworks site.
Nov 14 2015 at 9:00am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Hi Christian, and thanks for purchasing the license. I'll deliver it to you right away. You'll receive a couple notifications, one for a free trial and another for the upgrade to retail.
Regarding the links: they work fine. I tested them yesterday after the upload and I tested them again after reading your comment.
Either you have Javascript disabled or something is blocking the download on your browser. Please try with a different browser.
LAVA SoftWorks - Nov 14 2015 at 11:26am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Note: I've uploaded an update that fixes an issue on the invocation of the updates notification dialog. It is nothing critical but recommended to apply it unless you want that dialog annoying you .___.
LAVA SoftWorks - Nov 14 2015 at 12:06pm Copy Link
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Eric Dear Sirs,

As always, a very intriguing app on offer.

Having sad that however, there are a couple of possible "hiccups":

1. According to the Developer's Web site, the last version of the utility was published some FIVE years ago, back in 2015;
Surely operating systems changed and were updated many times since, usually requiring minor \ major updates to the software they host.
Is SMTPing maintained? How comes that it enjoyed many updates between 2012 and 2015, but stagnated since?

2. Case in point: this offer shows that SMTPing can run on Windows Vista and up to Win 8.
However, Win 8.1 & Win 10 (including many updates to it) were released long ago and are the de-fact standard nowadays.
Is SMTPing compatible? Or has its development stagnation left it in the past, to be used on expiring OS versions?

As a matter of fact, Win 10 was 1st released mid-2015, by the time at which SMTPing stopped getting updates ...

Thanks in advance for an enlightening reply.

Sincerely,

Eric
Dec 5 2020 at 2:31am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Hi there @Eric! Yesterday I was going to point that out but I was so tired that decided to leave it for today, and well, you just brought it before I woke up.

I use SMTPing on a daily basis to monitor the servers I have. Haven't stopped using it since I released it.

I haven't released any update because SMTPing hasn't needed it. The third party software it comes with has been updated constantly (except for PhpDock) but since nobody is going to run SMTPing as a service on a public-available computer (it will be encapsulated behind your router/firewall) I'd rather avoid updating it. I mention that on the downloads page.

Yes, it might need a revamp, but I'd rather keep it as it is for as long as it keeps running. I'm not the kind of developers that fix something that isn't broken in the name of freshness.

Please take in consideration that SMTPing isn't an app that has a wide niche. It is very specific and meant for power users and network administrators that don't have an easy to use + quick and dirty solution for this specific need ready to be used out of the box (Nagios is free but complex and Solarwinds is... not cheap).

All that being said, I've updated the FAQs document and added a section about running on Windows with a couple of screenshots of both distros running in a Win10 laptop I have.

http://www.lavasoftworks....g/faq.html

I hope your questions are answered. If not, please ask and I'll gladly reply :)
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 5 2020 at 9:27am Copy Link
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Eric Dear Alejandro,

Thanks for the prompt & extensive reply.

Always great, in the aftermath, to find out that coding was done so well that it requires no further attention, even after many changes of the eco-system for which it was developed.

Having said this, and in view of the fact that the software appears to actually be compatible with the current OS (Win10), why not update this info (both at your Web site, and also here, at the BitsDuJour page), to restore peace of mind to potential buyers.

Thanks again,

Eric
Dec 5 2020 at 10:45am Copy Link
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Nitin Thakkar Thank you for this deal - was looking for something as simple as this. Works well on my home network (about 30 nodes).
Quick question - can this license be used on 2 computers in 2 different locations - my home and office ?
Dec 5 2020 at 2:53pm Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero Thanks for your purchase, @Nitin! Regarding your question, a single license can only be used on a single computer. If you want to run SMTPing on a different machine on another location you'll need to purchase another license, no matter if you're monitoring the same nodes.
You should take advantage of this promo and get that extra license while you can!
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 5 2020 at 3:04pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! LAVA SoftWorks has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 6 2020 at 12:11am Copy Link
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David F With SMTPing, do you have to install some type of Client-EXE on the monitored nodes? Or, using Win10, can I just install SMTPing on my NAS and let it give me email updates if a certain system goes off-line? If so, that would be sweet.

Also, thanks for putting your software on BDJ, because I'd never found out about it otherwise.
Dec 6 2020 at 1:36am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero @David F: no, you don't need to install anything on the nodes.
Yes, you can install it on your NAS and keep it running there.

Just one thing to take in consideration:
If your NAS is one of those that can have VMs running inside, use Win7 instead of Win10.
Win10 is way kickier than 7, you can't turn UAC entirely off and antiviruses are way more annoying for old, unsigned and "deprecated" software.
So if you want to set a VM with SMTPing to start automatically on boot after a power failure, you'll save a lot of headaches.

Feel free to ask in case of extra doubts :)
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 6 2020 at 8:27am Copy Link
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HJ User I am running Windows 10 on a LAN. I installed this program, and an icon appeared on my desktop. When I attempted to start up the program, I received an error message that said I should exit from the tray and then set the program to run as administrator. I did that. I restarted the program, by clicking the desktop icon. It immediately went into a phase that displayed "loading". Eventually I received a message from Windows asking if I want to wait or to terminate the program. Waiting did not good, so, I terminated. I repeated several times, with the same result. The program seemed to want to open a web page. My browser is Firefox.

In uninstalled the program.
Dec 6 2020 at 9:47am Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero @HJ User: something is blocking the included chromium. Either whitelist the SMTPing installation path on your antivirus or get into http://localhost:33912 in any other browser.
If you want me to help better, please submit a request at support.lavasoftworks.com
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 6 2020 at 10:11am Copy Link
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Nitin Thakkar Thank you for your reply - and for extending this deal for one more day. Just bought the second license
Dec 6 2020 at 1:20pm Copy Link
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William Henry Can this get the IP addresses of SPAMMERS?
Dec 6 2020 at 1:23pm Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero @Nitin Thakkar: you're welcome! Don't hesitate on asking for help at support.lavasoftworks.com in case of problems!
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 6 2020 at 2:51pm Copy Link
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Alejandro Caballero @William Henry: nope, this application is to monitor the devices in your home/office network or remote servers and know if they are up and running.
LAVA SoftWorks - Dec 6 2020 at 2:53pm Copy Link
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