Internet Connection Monitor

Google Chrome extension for monitoring Internet connectivity
FEATURES
  • Precise connectivity test
  • Detect when Internet doesn't work over operating Wi-Fi or Ethernet
  • Play sound when connection goes online or offline
  • Access and export events log
  • Availability stats
  • Retina-ready icon sets with Chrome dark themes support
  • RAM-friendly
NEW IN VERSION 3.3
  • Dark theme

FAQ

Q: Where is the extension icon?
A: A recent Chrome update changed how extensions are displayed. You need to click on the puzzle icon to the right of the address bar and then pin Internet Connection Monitor


Q: What exactly can be monitored?
A: The extension monitors the Internet connection and reports 3 statuses:
  • Online: Wi-Fi/Ethernet connection is stable, Internet connected
  • Connection issues: Wi-Fi/Ethernet connection is stable, no Internet - most likely, provider issue
  • Offline: Wi-Fi/Ethernet is down, no Internet
Q: How does the extension test the connectivity?
A: The extension uses a combination of Chrome internal API and pinging Google servers via https (port 443). It does not expose any open ports or something else that could compromise user's security

Q: What is the testing interval?
A: Every 3 seconds

Q: Does this extension have access to my browsing history, etc?
A: It does NOT. Moreover, it does not require any special access at all (you can notice that some other extensions ask you to give them some permissions during the installation process)

Q: Can this extension measure Internet speed?
A: It cannot. Please, use Speedtest by Ookla

Q: Will it work if Chrome is closed?
A: Not, it will not. You need to have a Chrome window open to track your connection log. It's relatively easy to add Chrome to autostart on Windows, Mac or Linux

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Support

For support, questions and suggestions, open extension's page in Chrome store and then click on the Support tab.

If you're comfortable with GitHub, go straight to ICM issues page on GitHub and ask a question or make a feature request there.
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