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Pinging E-mail
Pinging is a handy tool that simply started from DOS. You can use it to check for traffic between you and the intended address. To check how good or bad your connection, you can "ping".
A website 'ping' is really a very simple process: You send a series of data packets to a website or a server, it immediately returns. You get to see how many packets were coming back to your PC, and how long they it did (in milliseconds). If all your internet is ok, you get all the packets back and the response is very low (eg 20 milliseconds).

Do you have a bad connection or you suspect that the connection is no longer reliable, it may be that not all packets coming back or that it received the package very long. Choose a good site to visit to ping if the site itself is flat, you get nothing back naturally. Pinging is therefore a good tool to check a web site online.

Ping is an old command, and want you today to check your connection status, you should still go through the MSDOS prompt do.

The MSDOS prompt, you can call in two ways: Via Start -> Run / Run -> type "command" (without quotation marks). Or Start -> Accessories -> Command Prompt.

Now type "ping", or any other website, and press enter. Now is your PC a four packets output, and if everything goes well, you get that right back. Would you longer ping to see how your internet connection performance over time, type "ping-t Now remains constant ping your PC, you will stop this process by pressing Ctrl + C while in press.

Note: pinging solves your problem on any network, it is only intended to see how slowly or quickly sending data packets are.

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