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Aliasing / labeling an IP Address
Can I associate a 'friendly name' with an IP Address? The automatic name doesn't really help identify a target.
Yes, you can! Both PingPlotter and MultiPing offer a mechanism for associating a friendly name with an IP Address. To do this, enter a name after the IP Address, like this:
192.168.0.9 My Server Name
This will result in that host showing up as 'My Server Name' throughout the program.
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