Keep Me Posted
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||1.33 MB|
Publisher description for Keep Me Posted
"Keep Me Posted" is an "IP Poster" that runs as a service. It periodically checks a machine's IP address and takes action if a change is detected. On newer operating systems it can Detect the address changes as they happen. It is capable of detecting a change due to either DHCP renewal or dial-up networking connection/disconnection. In addition to checking a computer's address, it is capable of checking the address of an external router. Alternatively it can use an external service to detect what address is in use. When an address change is detected, KMP can send an email, upload a file (using FTP or FrontPage), or even submit a form using HTTP. I use it to post my home machine's dynamic address to my static web address. This gives me the ability to find my machine on the internet from anywhere. Version 5 has had a number of enhancements and improvements. Some of the more notable changes are as follows: Added "external command" capability POP3 authentication UPnP support Support for more router types "Form authentication" for routers Added "external communication" module New compiler version "Keep Me Posted" is freeware and comes with no warranty of any kind. Use it at your own risk. I wrote it for myself because I couldn't find anything else like it (that ran as a service), but people have started expressing Interest so I thought I'd make it available.