MS DOS All Ping Commands and their Functions

Ping Functions Using Command prompt

What is Ping Command?

The ping command is a Command Prompt command used to test the ability of the source computer(Pc) to reach a specified destination computer. The ping command is usually used as a simple way verify that a computer can communicate over the network with another computer(Pc) or network device.
Step-1.Go To Start Menu
Step-2.Select RUN option
Step-3.Type CMD in the open text box.Then appear below the figure.

command prompt

Syntax of all ping Command :-
Example Of Ping Command .. In DOS .. c:>ping -t 
Syntax:-c:>ping$ -t
$ means space, is a IP address ,and -t  is command. Options:-

  • -t Ping the specified host until interrupted
  • -a Resolve addresses to hostnames
  • -n count Number of echo requests to send
  • -l Size Send buffer size
  • -f Set Don't Fragment flag in packet
  • -i TTL Time To Live
  • -v TOS Type Of Service
  • -r Count Record route for count hops
  • -s Count Times tamp for count hops
  • -j Host-list Loose source route along host-list
  • -k Host-list Strict source route along host-list
  • -w Timeout Timeout in milliseconds to wait for each reply
                 Experiment to see how helpful these can be!Enjoy It.
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