you can save all IP addresses in a .txt file anywhere such as C:\ip.txt and use this command: "replace %%e to %e in command prompt or just copy and paste this one into .bat file then run it" ============================================================= for /f "tokens=* delims== " %%e in (C:\ip.txt) do ( start ping %%e -n 10 ) ============================================================= N.B: the ip addresses must be in a sequence one by one under each other such as: 192.168.1.xxx 192.168.0.xxx if you can not understand let me explain more and sorry for my bad language
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