This article will guide you on different ways to demonstrate the usage of the #ping #command in Linux Mint 20. You can also combine two or more flags to serve a different purpose of your choice.
The #Linux ping command is a simple utility used to check whether a network is available and if a host is reachable. With this command, you can test if a server is up and running. It also helps with troubleshooting various connectivity issues.
To use ping command:
- Open a Command Prompt. Click on the Start Menu and in the search bar, type 'cmd', and press Enter.
- In the Command Prompt window, type 'ping' followed by the destination, either an IP Address or a Domain Name, and press Enter.
- The command will begin printing the results of the ping into the Command Prompt.