PTF Blink(1) now supports a maximum of 4 Blink(1) devices.
Each device can be set to monitor a combination of nodes in your PRTG device tree.
NetAtmo Sensor 28-07-2017
NetAtmoXML is Custom Sensor that retrieves the monitoring data from your NetAtmo weather station
and parses it as a multichannel result to PRTG
The sensor now also supports NetAtmo's Wind Gauge
With this Custom Notification you can send notifications from PRTG to Twitter.
A new option has been introduced to send direct messages to people that are following you.
GAnalyticsXML Sensor 13-07-2017
Removed no longer supported metrics 'timeOnSite' and 'avgTimeOnSite'
PTF.TrafficLight now supports up to four Traffic Light devices on one PC, each of them able to report on different (sets of) sensors.
Continuous Ping 19-10-2015
PRTG can only PING a device with a minumum interval of 30 sec.
If you are in need of pinging a device on a shorter interval,
the Continuously Ping Server/sensor
can help you out!
PTF ChannelLimits 20-08-2015
PTF ChannelLimits is an application that allows you to get an overview of the channel limits of your sensors.
Have you ever wondered if you have set and activated the correct thresholds for all your temperature or disk space sensors? Stop wondering; using this tool, you will get an immediate overview!
The tool can be downloaded here
The DNSDynamic sensor keeps your DNSdynamic registered IP in sync with your dynamic public IP.
The sensor now also supports No-IP (http://noip.com)
New Custom Sensor FritzOnlineMeterXML returns the counters from the "Internet -> Online Monitor -> Online Meter" page of your FRITZ!Box.
The sensor can alert you when today's, this week's or this month's used traffic counters are reaching a certain value.
New Custom Sensor PredictValue predicts the value of one of your current sensors
on xx days from now. Based on your sensor values over the last 60 days,
a calculation is performed presenting you the predicted value on 30 days from now.
Both the number of days to perform the caculation on and the forcasting days
can be set using parameters.
The TLDomainExpiration sensor returns the number of days
before a .com .net .org .info .us .biz .ca .se domain registration expires.
Due to a change in the data format from whois.com the sensor presented an error.
This is now fixed in version 126.96.36.199
Blink(1) is the world's best indicator light, designed to give you glanceable notice
of anything on your computer or the internet.
With the PTF.Blink(1) application, you can now use your Blink(1) device
in combination with your PRTG Network monitor installation. <more>
Stockvalue Sensor 18-03-2015
The Stockvalue Sensor monitors stock values as reported by http://finance.yahoo.com.
The sensor has been updated to use Yahoo's changed output format
and now targets the .NET Framework 4.0
PRTG Tools Family, Join the Family! 10-03-2015
We created a special section on our site where you can upload your own sensor script.
or other stuff that you want to share with the community.
Navigate to http://prtgtoolsfamily.com/downloads/third-party-downloads
click the "Contributor Login" button and choose "Become a Contributor".
After your account has been approved, you can start uploading your scripts. .
Please note the terms and conditions that apply..
As the Third Party Downloads section is still in a beta stage, .
any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
A new sensor has been added to the collection.
ITSCompare compares the local time of your PRTG Server or remote probe
with an Internet Time Server and returns the difference in seconds.
All API requests are using https now as
Netatmo shuts down the http API the 25th of May 2015
Please update soon!
Custom Notification APCpdu 24-01-2015
New Custom Notification APCpdu allows you to control the outlets of your APC PDU.
Sensor down? Setup a notification to reboot an outlet.
Need a visual or audiable alarm, connect a alarmlight or sirene to an outlet.
Free season vouchers 29-11-2014
During the month of December we are giving away free season vouchers, providing you with 20% discount on an application of your choice.
These vouchers also apply on upgrading or extending your existing license.
Get your free voucher here
Introducing two new FRITZ!Box sensors. 26-11-2014
Are you using your FRITZ!Box as a NAS?
FritzNasXML shows the usage counters and other info on the USB disk connected to your FRITZ!Box
Do you want to keep track on what activities are consuming the most power
on your FRITZ!Box? FritzEnergyXML provides you with a overview!
With the new version, you can omit the year part of the end date.
This will always set the end date in the future, so you will always know 'how many days there are until Christmas'
The TrayNotifier now supports HTTPS/TLS (mandatory as of PRTG 14.4.12)
New Custom Sensor DaysUntil returns the number of days until Christmas,
your birthday, your license expires, your project end date, ....
NetAtmoXML is Custom Sensor that retrieves the monitoring data from your
Netatmo weather station and parses it as a multichannel result to PRTG.
New in version 188.8.131.52 is the support for Netatmo's additional indoor modules and rain gauge.
Sensor StatisticalPingXML Pings a comma seperated list of hosts for statistical reasons.
In version 184.108.40.206 Channel Limits are preset to place the channel in a warning state when no reply is received.
OneDrive Usage Sensor 16-09-2014
The OneDrive Usage Sensor (SDUsageXML) has been fixed to use Microsoft’s changed authentication endpoints
RedRat Notification 20-08-2014
New Custom Notification PTF RedRad can send Infrared Control Signals
to your Air conditioning, TV set, Radio, … in combination with the RedRat3-II
USB based infrared remote control input and output device.
See also our online manual
Manage your PTF Licenses with the License.exe tool 08-08-2014
Uninstall your license before moving your licensed application to another computer,
Cleanup unused trial licenses,
Request an extended trial period.
You can use this tool to:
Netatmo Sensor 06-06-2014
An update for the Netatmo sensor has been published today.
This update addresses the Netatmo API update of 2014-06-04.
The previous sensor will stop working partly as of July the 15th,
so make sure to update soon!
Do you want to know how many devices are switched on in a subnet?
New Custom Sensor PingSubnet pings an IP subnet and returns the number of devices that are responding.
Are you using a FileZilla PTF Server? 16-05-2014
New Custom Sensor FileZillaXML retrieves the users logged in to a FileZilla FTP Server and parses the data as a multichannel result to PRTG.
Added spport for RemoteApp sessions.
The UsersloggedinXML sensor now also takes users into account that are having a RemoteApp session open.
New Custom Sensor UsersLoggedinXML 27-04-2014
UsersLoggedinXML is a Custom Sensor that retrieves the users logged in to a specified Windows computer and parses the data as a multichannel result to PRTG.
Redesigned website 13-04-2014
Our website has been redesigned, providing you with a better overview of available products and other information.
The IISStatistics sensor
has had a facelift.
The sensor now shows the actual data instead of a climbing graph.
Get rid of the trailing numbers in sensor names 16-03-2014
allows you to rename your PRTG sensors in a batch.
The Renaming Rules allow you to get rid of the trailing numbers in all your sensor names.
Sensor names like 'PING 2' and 'HTTP 1' will be renamed to 'PING' and 'HTTP' in one batch.
New Notification PTF.TrafficLight scans your PRTG Network Monitor installation for
Down and Warning sensors and lights up the lights on a Cleware Traffic Light accordingly.
Netatmo Weather Station 05-03-2014
Do you have a Netatmo Weather Station?
If you have, you can now monitor it's sensors in PRTG using the NetAtmoXML sensor.
SQLspXML now supports additional columns 17-02-2014
PTF SQLspXML is Custom Sensor that parses the multi-channel result of a MS SQL query to PRTG.
New in version 14.1.2 is the support for additional columns in the SQL result set.
Any additional column in the result set of the stored procedure will create a node with the same name in the XML result that is parsed to PRTG
Added .se domains to the TLDomainExpiration sensor 08-02-2014
The TLDomainExpiration sensor returns the number of days before a top list domain registration expires.
.se Domains have been added to the list of supported domains,
making the complete list consisting out of .com .net .org .info .us .biz .ca and .se domains.
SDBToken request endpoint has changed. 02-02-2014
The token request endpoint is now a website.
Customers running Win7 and up could not always use the previous endpoint that was instantiated on the local machine.
TLDomainExpiration sensor 27-01-2014
The TLDomainExpiration sensor returns the number of days before a domain registration expires.
Version 220.127.116.11 is compiled for the .NET Framework 4.0 and also includes a fix for various .org domain names.
Status2Email now also supports down acknowledged sensors.
New Cloud Sensor 06-01-2014
The cloud Sensor range, consisting in sensors for DropBox, SkyDrive and Google Drive, has been extended with a sensor for Box.
The sensor returns the usage counters for your Box account
RSS Feed 02-01-2014
You can now follow our latest news in a RSS feed
See the RSS link at our news page
Apply for a Free Christmas Voucher. 06-12-2013
During the Christmas period we are giving away free vouchers, providing you with 30% discount on an application of your choice.
Get your personal voucher here
New Custom Notification PTF.Timeline 28-11-2013
PTF.Timeline allows you to send notifications to your Facebook timeline.
Links and images are also supported.
PTF.Tweet bug fix 24-11-2013
New version fixes a "Value was either too large or too small for an Int32" error during registration that some users encountered.
ExternalIP can connect to a FallBack server 12-11-2013
Custom Sensor ExternalIP gets the ISP-assigned IP address of the Probe and can now connect to a fallback server for determining the current public IP.
CSVExport, now with dynamic export range 28-10-2013
The start and end-date parameters can now hold a numeric value, that will subtract a number of minutes from the current date and time.
This way, you can provide a dynamic start and end date.
New Custom Sensor ADPerformance 10-10-2013
New Custom Sensor ADPerformanceXML monitors your Active Directory Performance
DNSDynamic update 26-09-2013
Custom Sensor DNSDynamic keeps the IP of your dynamic DNS account in sync with your public IP.
Version 18.104.22.168 now also supports DynDNS (dyn.com) and can connect to a fallback server when determining the current public IP
Customer Portal 24-09-2013
Existing users can now login to our Customer Portal where they can (un)subscribe to our mailing list and view their registered licenses.
Subscribing to our mailing list or registering your first license, will automatically create an account at our Customer Portal.
TLDomainExpiration update 24-09-2013
The TLDomainExpiration sensor returns the number of days before a domain registration expires.
The sensor now also supports .CA domain names.
New functionality for the TrayNotifier 10-09-2013
New in version 13.3.5 is the option to present new alarms (and warnings) in a "Toaster" form.
This form will popup once for every new alarm or warning.
New Custom Sensor VolumeFragXML 29-08-2013
VolumeFragXML checks the fragmentation status of your Windows Logical Disk and returns info about:
Total fragmentation %
File fragmentation %
Free space fragmentation %
Total fragmented files
Total excess fragments
Average fragments per file
Automatically switch Hosting Provider 27-08-2013
The HTTPFailoverSite Custom Sensor can detect if a failover site is up, but now we are taking it one step further!
Custom Notification SwitchProvider automatically switches over to the first provider that is up, reducing the downtime of your website to minutes.
New Custom Sensor HTTPFailoverSite 22-08-2013
Free hosting providers have at least one disadvantage,
there uptime not always being what you want it to be.
So what is better than using a free hosting provider? Use two free hosting providers!
Custom Sensor HTTPFailoverSite checks your website at the failover provider, without your DNS records actually pointing there.