Ping your website from worldwide 43 locations

by Ruchira on September 3, 2010

You can ping your site to get a measurement about packet access speeds to your site. Well this is not a time to discuss about whats called pinging. But on my way I have found a new interesting tool to ping web sites or servers from 43 locations in the world. Best things is its free and very easy to use. No need of signup or there’s no limit for pinging various websites.

Its called just ping.You can access this tool by visiting

Enter your url or ip address to ping and it will display data with ping times like this.

ping worldwide

With this tool you can ping your web site on 43 locations-
Singapore, Singapore:
Amsterdam2, Netherlands:
Florida, U.S.A.:
Amsterdam3, Netherlands:
Hong Kong, China:
Sydney, Australia:
Munchen, Germany:
Cologne, Germany:
New York, U.S.A.:
Stockholm, Sweden:
Santa Clara, U.S.A.:
Vancouver, Canada:
Krakow, Poland:
London, United Kingdom:
Madrid, Spain:
Padova, Italy:
Austin, U.S.A.:
Amsterdam, Netherlands:
Paris, France:
Melbourne, Australia:
Shanghai, China:
Copenhagen, Denmark:
Lille, France:
San Francisco, U.S.A.:
Zurich, Switzerland:
Mumbai, India:
Chicago, U.S.A.:
Johannesburg, South Africa:
Nagano, Japan:
Haifa, Israel:
Auckland, New Zealand:
Antwerp, Belgium:
Groningen, Netherlands:
Moscow, Russia:
Dublin, Ireland:
Oslo, Norway:
Manchester, United Kingdom:
Vilnius, Lithuania:
Ashburn, U.S.A.:
Bucharest, Romania:
Bangkok, Thailand:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

I'm Ruchira Sahan and all posts on this blog are completely my thoughts and writings. I love DIY and Technology. So feel free to contact me for anything about this blog and don't forget to add a comment if this blog helped you! Thanks
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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 seth May 14, 2011 at 5:24 AM

new dynamic software tools


2 coolblognews October 10, 2011 at 10:07 PM

how do you give ping service monitoring for website? where is link?


3 Georgi Ivanuk November 6, 2011 at 5:29 AM

Also try, it pings from many locations within a few seconds. I’ve found that checking TCP port for availability is also very useful when non-standard ssh port is not reached.


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