I tried using the
ping command on a
https page, but the message says that
ping could not find the host. Is there some issue regarding
The answear to your question(Can you get a reply from a HTTPS site using the Ping command?) is Yes, you can, as long as ICMP replies are enabled on the HTTPs site provider. However, it have nothing to do with HTTP or HTTPS:
You can test with "cmd"(Windows Start button / type cmd on search box, open "cmd.exe"), then with ping:
If you try to ping a http URL, such it follows:
You will get the same error that you would get if trying to ping a https based url:
(An error something like that ping cant reach the requested adress will appear on both attempts).
tcping - simulate "ping" over tcp by establishing a connection to network hosts. tcping at application level will send SYN, waiting for ACK, closing with FIN ACK
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