Peep is a network monitoring tool that represents network information via audio output. Network diagnosis with Peep is made not only based on singular network events, but on whether the network as a whole "sounds normal."
Release Notes: This release includes many bugfixes since RC 1. There is support for 2 protocols (UDP/TCP) with SSL support on the way, a plug-in architecture for post-processing, XML messaging, new sound effect architecture, XML themes, better stability, better debugging support, and ALSA 0.9.x support (untested).
Release Notes: Support for 3 protocols (UDP/TCP/SSL), a plug-in architecture for post-processing, XML messaging, new sound effect architecture, XML themes, better stability, better debugging support, and ALSA 0.9.x support (untested). This release lays the groundwork for many exciting developments that will be ongoing throughout the 0.5.x series.
Release Notes: Porting to *BSD, minor bugfixes, removal of bogus libwrap support, a fix for the out of range for states bug, a new user-contributed section in the clients, fixes for clients bombing when the configuration file is not found, and a fix for client installation issues.
Release Notes: An API for creating custom clients has been finalized and fully documented. New or improved clients include a pinger (to check host responsiveness) and a vastly improved sysmonitor (now monitors processes disk usage, and uptime). Clients now support e-mail notification. The configuration format has been updated and improved.
Release Notes: Clients have been re-architected to fit into the CPAN scheme and also now available over CPAN. Code was rewriten and bugfixes were made on the client and the server.