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Sep 7, 2021 at 12:03 am #18441712AshrafKeymaster
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This software sounds great, but unfortunately, it does is almost worthless. The monitoring may work, but the notification is done by using one of their apps, specifically designed to receive the notification. That sounds great, except for the fact that the software has not been updated since 2018, and no current versions of an Android operating system can run the application.
Usually, Vovsoft has some useful applications, but Network Alarmer is not among them.Sep 7, 2021 at 6:25 am #18442999SeanGuest
I installed this program, but unfortunately couldn’t figure out what it is supposed to do.
Very confusing interface & when I did a manual check, the text was dark red on a black background, which makes it very difficult to read.
And everything in there said “failed.”
I don’t know what this program is supposed to do, but it is totally worthless, & I agree with the comment that says that Vovsoft usually has some good programs, but this one is not one of them.
So I have uninstalled, because I have another program that tells me about my network that works flawlessly.Sep 9, 2021 at 1:28 am #18448050HarFanGGuest
I have 3 devices on my Local Area Network : a modem, this computer and one Alexa.
Using the “check network” button took 15 minutes (!) to do its job : unfortunately, “Network Alarmer” discovered the modem and the computer only. *Sigh*.
Manually adding the Alexa’s IP just gave a network error when scanned if online or not. *Sigh* again.
This “software” looks like it was coded by a single person for himself. Probably a 13 years old guy…
As usual, crap, train wreck of software, went to the trashcan !
The “Look@LAN” freeware works ten thousands times better than this B.S.