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Looking for a ping tool which can be schedule on a server to collect connectivity report at differenct time of the day.

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by:Tim Phillips
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Servers Alive might work for you.  It is more of a monitoring program, but it uses ping: http://www.woodstone.nu/salive/
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Nagios
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Thanks Thomas.  It is a great product and what exactly I was looking for.
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