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icpld 0.6.3
May 10, 2004 06:03PM
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CPLD (Internet Connection Performance Logging Daemon) is a daemon which, by sending ICMP requests to an IP address of your choice, monitors whether your machine has a working network connection. It will log any failed attempts, and will stamp a log as soon as a reply is received. It keeps track of when the connection was unavailable, as well as for how long. It records both total down time and each occasion of interrupted connection. The log can also be duplicated in HTML format to put online. IPv6 is supported.

This release mainly implements two features. One is a new log displaying function that more or less mimics the behaviour of 'more'. The second is an option to set commands that will be executed once a connection is determined to be up or down. This is especially useful when you wish to be alerted whenever the status of your connection(s) changes. Minor bugfixes and code refining have been applied as well.

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