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Posted on 27-08-05 04:20
Okay trying to learn the basics of batch file and started with a pinging script

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ping localhost
do loop:

but the problem is its not actually giving it time to do it so theres no effect .so what im asking is there anyway to say like ping local host wait until done then loop while giving it time to complete the command?


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Posted on 27-08-05 05:36
ping -t <host you want to ping>.
Then it will keep going til you close the window or press control c.


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Posted on 27-08-05 05:43
thanks but dosent work its not giving it enough time


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Posted on 27-08-05 09:03
what do you mean? You can edit all the stuff with tags just type ping in a prompt. You're best to use C++ or perl if you're trying to send alot of packets and/or DoS yourself.


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Posted on 27-08-05 21:15
ok anyone know how u would do it in vb?



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Posted on 02-09-05 21:38
it shud be goto loop

try:

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ping [ip here] -f
goto loop



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