Network Stat displays the Name of your current Network-Location, your LAN- and your WAN-IP. The Features:
- display the current Location
- change your Location right in the Widget
- display your internal IPs, along with an Icon of the Interface
- display your "real" Internet-IP
- send notification emails whenever your IP changes
- click on any desired info to copy it to your Clipboard
- ping any desired IP
- shows your IPv4, config-type, gateway, netmask, SSID, WLAN-channel, Proxy-settings, BSD-name, type, MAC-address and DNS servers
- automatically updates the Info, based on your preferences; manual refresh possible
- Three different flavours available, simply switch them via Preferences
In the default view you'll see a countdown timer telling you when the next refresh will happen at the top of the widget, on the right hand side is a button to do a manual refresh. Click the timer to see the date of the last refresh. Just below is a house-icon and your current Network-Location. Click the house to change your location.
Below that is - for every (active) network interface - an Icon for the interface and the assigned IP. Click the Icon to toggle the expanded information.
At the bottom of the widget is your "real" Internet IP. Click the globe-icon to see a list of your last IPs and the ping results.
There are many options in the preferences. There you can choose from 3 different skins, supply some email addresses so the widget can send you a notification if your IP changes, and other options.
What is new in this release:
- Now uses www.whatismyip.com to check the WAN IP
- Pinging finally works also under Leopard
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher