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    I'm a totale Palm newbie, so bear with me.. :-)

    I've been searching high and low for an application that will give me ping, traceroute, dig/nslookup, etc. functionality for my Treo 180. The only two items I've found are "PQA"s... I have no idea what that means. PalmToolBox and ZAdmin are the two I found. Both, after being installed, do nothing... I tap the icon, it "blinks", and that's it.

    I was told they use "clipping" and that that's an old way of doing network things. I don't know if that's important or not.
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    Checkout this discussion. I assume you can do the same on a treo:
    http://discussion.visorcentral.com/v...highlight=ping
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    You may also want to look at PalmPing 1.0 which can do some of these functions as well.
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    Originally posted by anton
    Checkout this discussion. I assume you can do the same on a treo:
    http://discussion.visorcentral.com/v...highlight=ping
    Actually, it does! It's a little convoluted, and I still want to find a standalone app. But it's better than a sharp stick poking you in the eye!
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    Originally posted by flips13
    You may also want to look at PalmPing 1.0 which can do some of these functions as well.
    All the links for PalmPing are broken. Do you happen to have a copy?
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    Have you tried using the view log options in the network connection.

    You can access it from system, prefs. In the Network option, where you make connection, if you call the menu, and in options you select "View Log", you will be taken to a sort of console window. If you write ? then do a graffiti "enter", it will show you a list of commands you can issue, one of them it's ping.

    Hope this helps.
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    Originally posted by jnojr


    All the links for PalmPing are broken. Do you happen to have a copy?
    You can get it here:

    http://www.palmstore.com.ar/internet.htm
    The page is in spanish, but you can figure it out, scroll down to Palmping...

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