Monitor your Modem/Router and know when it looses it’s Internet Access!

What?!?

This widget can monitor any Modem/Router connected to internet and notify on your Android device when that internet connection is lost.

Technicall

Technically speaking this widget will monitor any IP address,URL, Domain name. The monitoring is made through Ping and/or Port-Scanning to the given IP address (IPv4 only).

How?!?

Just configure your Modem/Router to reply to Ping or open one of this ports (80, 8080, 21, 7, 25, 110, 1, 443, 53).

Widget States

Widget have 3 states:
– Bulb On: Connection ON.
– 50% Bulb On/Off : No internet connection on Android device.
– Bulb Off: Connection OFF.

Why?!?

For example if you have internet at home you will be notified when that internet connection is lost. In that case:
-You have no electricity at home (Power outage).
-Your internet provider cut your internet connection.




How to Setup

Connect via wireless to the network that you want to monitor and click on “1: Get my Ip Address”. (In case you don’t have wireless you can access to www.whatismyip.com or www.vpnmentor.com/tools/ipinfo/ with your computer, get your Ip address and type it)

Click on “2: Test connection”. Test with wireless and with 2G/3G/4G data connection. In case of both successful you can monitor the this Ip address anywhere in the world =)

In case of unsuccessful connection see troubleshooting section on our website, you have a solution ;)

Save.

Free version:

  • 2 widgets(1×1, 1×2);
  • Works with same reliability as the paid version;
  • Simple to use;
  • It’s completely free =)

Paid version:

  • 4 widgets (1×1, 1×2, 2×2, 2×3);
  • HD widgets for your high resolution phone or tablet;
  • No ads;
  • Faster and more functionality;




Troubleshooting

In case you were unsuccessful you need to configure your modem/router. Connect to it with your computer with a cable or via wireless. Open your browser and access to http://192.168.0.1 (usually is this address, but can be other. You just need to connect to the configurations page of your modem/router). Next you have to configure your modem/router to respond to Ping (ICMP packet) or Port Forwarding.

Ping

In the configurations of the modem/router allow ping connections. Example:

Port Forwarding

In the configurations of the modem/router go to Port Forwarding and place one of these ports (80; 8080; 21; 7; 25; 110; 1; 443; 53) for any IP Address. Example:

If you want to monitor an IP address always changing you can configure your modem/router to have Dynamic DDNS service enabled:
https://goo.gl/ko8Luf