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Ping test batch File

By JimKlallsoo ·
Hi I am looking for a unix batch file that will basically do the following.

Platform is Aix 5.2 a flavour of Unix

ping from 192.*.*.1 to 192.*.*.2
and output this to a file.
I need to see if our servers are staying connected.

An expedient response most greatly appreciated

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a thought.....

by ---TK--- In reply to Ping test batch File

Instead of flooding the network with ICMP packets... you might want to think about writing a script that runs locally via cron job that checks the interface every x amount of time... Within the cron job that runs a script:
1. check the interface
2. "IF THEN" or "loop" (what ever you prefer), if interface is down do this, then send a message to the designated server. If interface is up "exit"

I am not writing a custom script for you, that is something you need to learn, or pay someone to do.

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Batch File

by JimKlallsoo In reply to a thought.....

It's an interconnect between two servers that i am pinging as but didn't want to overcomplicate the post by mentioning this.
Hence the reason i just want a simple two way ping.

Once again, I'm looking for a batch file if anyone has one (TK I wouldn't expect you to write any complicated scripts).
The tone of the response indicates thati need to learn scripting....Techrepublic and sites like it were setup for people to share knowledge.....NO???....or am i missing something?????
The comment i would need to learn scripting....i just don't want to re-invent the wheel by writing a script that may not be as good as someone has already written but thanks for taking the time out of you schedule to inform me of this

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