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, here is how you can perform this action.
How to create a ping file?
- To create a ping file, open Notepad.
- Then, enter the following command: ping ipaddress (you should replace ipaddress with the IP to be pinged)
- If you want the output to be saved to a file, re-write the command as follows: ping ipaddress >> C:\(path to the file).
- Save your file as ping.bat.
- When saving, save your file as "All files" not as . txt.
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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