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Ping in delphi

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I want to make a small program to ping a list of IP addresses, can this be done easily in Delphi?? if yes using what component (if any)? ideas and suggestions welcome, sample code to start me up would be a plus...
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On Torry's Delphi pages (www.torry.ru) / Components / Internet#2, there is a component, TICMP, that will do the trick. Comes with source.
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Thanks... exactly what I wanted... Just didn't have the time to search for it myself.
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