Export the Result of a Ping Command to a Text File

December 2017

Windows allows you to send a message, called a ping to other computers in your local network.

If you would like to export the result of a ping command to a text file but don't know how, this tutorial may help.

How To Automatically Export the Result of a Ping Command

Open the command prompt by going to Start > Run and typing cmd.

Type C:\>ping nameofwebsite.com >> c:\Test.txt -t".


Your ping command should now be displayed.

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Published by jak58. Latest update on November 26, 2017 at 05:58 PM by owilson.
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