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When no internet connection > beep

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I need something to sinal me when Internet connection is dead. I'm thinking about reading from ping window.

something like this:

Odpowiedź z 74.125.45.100: bajtów=32 czas=145ms TTL=43

Odpowiedź z 74.125.45.100: bajtów=32 czas=143ms TTL=43

Odpowiedź z 74.125.45.100: bajtów=32 czas=146ms TTL=43

Odpowiedź z 74.125.45.100: bajtów=32 czas=145ms TTL=43

Odpowiedź z 74.125.45.100: bajtów=32 czas=159ms TTL=43

(I know sux times and ye im from pl)

If I could get those answers as a strings then would be nice.

I was also thinging about something like this:

win+r > cmd > ping google.com -t > d:\ping.txt

and FileOpen function

Any suggestions?

Edited by mamut

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See the example for Ping() in the help file.

Functions >> Network Management >> Ping

Ping is not the greatest solution for checking internet connectivity so search the Example Scripts forum for other methods. Variations have been posted several times.


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When you are new to autoit, pinging google.com will work just fine. That's what I used for quite a while. The other internet connection scripts aren't always very easy to understand, especially if you are new. Once you learn a bit more, you should look in to some more functions.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Może coś takiego:

$ping = Ping("autoitscript.com",250)
If $ping Then
    SoundPlay(@WindowsDir & "\media\tada.wav",0) ; Jeśli serwer jest dostępny.
    MsgBox(0, "Status", "Online")
Else
    SoundPlay(@WindowsDir & "\media\ringout.wav",0) ; Jeśli nie dostępny
    MsgBox(0, "Status", "Ofline")
    
EndIf

Pozdrawiam.

Edited by KRQ

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I didn't even know that function Ping() exist in AutoIt.

Thanks.

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When you are new to autoit, pinging google.com will work just fine. That's what I used for quite a while. The other internet connection scripts aren't always very easy to understand, especially if you are new. Once you learn a bit more, you should look in to some more functions.

IMO there's nothing better than ping.


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