This seems like a really easy question (running Windows 7). But I have looked for the answer and couldn't find anything at Microsoft's sites (XP PING & Everything else PING) or from a bunch of ...
:START echo %date% %time% && ping -n 1 192.168.1.1 >> pingReport.txt 2>&1 echo %date% %time% && ping -n 1 192.168.1.2 >> pingReport.txt 2>&1 echo %date% ...
I know this is a variation of an already asked question but after research and several failed attempts I think I need some help. I would like to ping two websites repeatedly and record the time and ...
I created a .BAT file in Windows 7 that has the following line: PING XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -t (XXX replaces the actual IP number). However, when I double click on this batch file, I can see the PING ...
For some hosts, ping www.example.com it resolves their IP but why does it fails with request time out? I have also tried to increase the ping response time but still the same result.
This should be pretty simple but for some reason, my situation is proving to be a bit tricky... I want to save the results of a ping to a text file. To do so, I am using the following command in a ...
I'm making a batch file that tests a Computer name and sees if it responds. However when I run it, even with the "@echo off", I still see the reply being sent and so on. How can I hide that?