Ping Recorder

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A c# console application which is very similar to the ping.exe operating system command, but it outputs to a csv file. The csv file can then be used to produce a report including a line graph in Microsoft Excel. This makes it easier to report on network bandwidth to management.

http://pingrecorder.codeplex.com/

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