Monitor your Internet: Try our software demo

Start monitoring your Internet with any time by downloading our Windows 7/8/10, Linux, or ARM based software. Or, optionally order a hardware agent that runs the same software but is plug and play, no PC to keep on and no software to install.  The agent simply connects to a free DHCP port on your router/modem and immediately starts to monitor your network connection. It doesn’t get any simpler.

Free outage monitoring software gives you an easy-to-understand way to monitor your network connection and see how your ISP is doing. Reports show exactly where any problems are, in your building, with your provider or even beyond. It keeps track of problems, logging issues even when you aren’t there so you have data to get help later or with ongoing problems. You can even enable instant notifications of possible Internet disruptions.

See how software can monitor your Internet and track reliability

This demo shows all of the views and functions available to you when you monitor your Internet using This is a live demonstration of an Internet connection being monitored. Not all functions are available in this demo but it helps give some insight on what to expect.

NOTICE: Some browsers may warn that this password is insecure and published on the Internet. Please disregard this warning. This is because it is published here, on our page and can be freely shared with anyone as it is in fact a demo account.

         Demo default settings

  • Outages minimum are pre-set for the demo and cannot be changed
  • A random Arizona address is set for this agent

Click on the Demo Login link below to head to

Log in as ‘demo’ with the password of ‘123456’

Demo Login

monitor your InternetOnce logged in, click the first icon (the one with four small squares) under Actions on the right hand side. This will take you to the dashboard.

  • Mouse over items for additional details
  • Editable features are disabled

    As a live public demo, most functions have been disabled to prevent editing or changing of settings. However, the demo shows you how things work. Click around, check things out and then create an account of your own and see how your Internet is performing.

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