TJPingPro by Jim Dunne. Copyright © 1997 - 2006. All Rights Reserved.


Files included:

Win 95/98/NT 4.0/2000/XP: UnZip the contents of TJPRO.ZIP to a temporary directory. Double-click on "Setup.exe" to start the setup program. The default installation directory is C:\Program Files\TJPingPro. Setup will create a folder with a user specified name that contains the TJPingPro files.

NT 3.51: Open TJPRO.EXE. Click on "UnZip" to extract the TJPINGPRO.EXE and TJPINGPRO.TXT files to the "C:\Program Files\TJPingPro" directory, or specify a different directory in the "UnZip to Folder" box. Open the extracted TJPINGPRO.EXE to run the program.


Win 95/98/NT 4.0/2000/XP: Go to the Control Panel, then open Add/Remove Programs. Select TJPingPro and then click on the Add/Remove button.

NT 3.51: Manually remove the directory where the TJPingPro files are located.


v. 1.2.1 September 8, 1998
- Users can now add Sequence Scan Groups.
- SeqScan and ListScan can now display DNS names.

v. 1.1 Build 2 - February 8, 1998
- Fixes a bug in Traceroute that could crash TJPingPro under NT 4.0 under the right conditions.
- Email and URL addresses updated.

v. 1.1 - November 15, 1997
- Added a Sequence Scanner which scans an ascending sequence of IP addresses.
- Added a List Scanner which scans a user-defined list of IP addresses and DNS names.
- Added online registration capability, and now allows users to enter their registration numbers.

v. 1.0 - September 8, 1997
- TJPingPro is SHAREWARE - $12.5 US for use beyond 30 days.
- Fully configurable interface.
- ISPinger autopinger feature added.
- Configurable host manager added.
- Taskbar support for Win 95 and NT 4 added.
- Right mouse button support for status window, host manager, and frame.

DISCLAIMER: This program is distributed "as is". No guarantee is made about the program - use at your own risk. The author will not be liable for any actual or claimed damages arising from its use.

RESTRICTIONS: TJPingPro is copyrighted - all rights are reserved. You may not decompile, disassemble, reverse-engineer, etc., or sell it.


Updated June 07, 2006