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Writing a script for ping command

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I need a script, which can be ping my terminals automaticaly, when I write on the screen only the terminals name.
At the sample
Terminal 1 = x.x.x.x
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     .
terminal n = y.y.y.y
(Becouse my IP adresses are confidential,you can write like these.
 
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Question by:ayildirim
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by:saile01
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yours terminals have a static or dynamic ip address ?
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static
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Try this batch:


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@echo off
rem security ping
rem use: secping Tx
rem where Tx ist resolved to a IP-Adresse
rem ---------------------
rem the command who find the IP an make a ping
rem
for /f "tokens=1-2 delims= " %%a in ('type secping.bat ^| find "%1 " /I') do ping %%b
rem
rem ---------------------
rem
rem the database
rem
goto :END
T00 10.45.191.0
T01 10.45.191.1
T02 10.45.191.2
T03 10.45.191.3
T04 10.45.191.4
T05 10.45.191.5
T06 10.45.191.6
T07 10.45.191.7
T08 10.45.191.8
T09 10.45.191.9
T10 10.45.191.10
:END
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In the batchfile you must define your terminals. But during the ping you can see the confidential addresses!

cbo

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Name the batch secure.bat and call ist like:

secping T09

cbo
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by:cbo120897
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No, no name it secping.bat :-)
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