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Is there a way to ping to a text file showing the date and time of each responce?

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Is there a way to ping to a text file showing the date and time of each responce?
I know how to do the follow:
Ping ipaddress -t >c:\temp\filename.txt
But I would like to know what time and date it fails.
Thanks,
Wendell
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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you would have to do a batch file.

loop:
echo %time% >> log.txt
ping ip >> log.txt
goto loop
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