SYSUTIL PingIt is a small tool that will pinge a number of IP-Adresses or subnets. It supports PING, TRACERT, DIG, ZIP, IP REVERSE, ROUTE, NETSTAT, NSLOOKUP, NET, PORTSCAN, HOSTS, DNSBL and tracert all. It also supports the optional RIP-Server-REQUEST feature. See also:
SYSUTIL PingIt Options:
If you don't know the IP-Addresses in question but only the network subnet you can use this syntax.
The syntax for the other parameters are:
- Ping a fixed range of IP-adresses
- Get a count of the number of "good" pings from the ping output
- Output to CSV file
Sysutil File Copier Description:
- File Copier is a tool for copying files from one location to another.
- Copy files from one directory to another
- Copy files from one file to another
Sysutil Messy Problem Description:
Sysutil was built to solve the problems that many of us in IT often have.
- IT managers and administrators often need to deal with a large number of files with a large number of permissions.
- IT staff needs to work with file shares to get the data they need.
- People often have to create new shares manually to get a share they want to share with others.
- People often forget which files and directories they have shared with others.
Sysutil Simple Problem Description:
Sysutil will solve the problems above and more.
- IT managers and administrators can now easily use a graphical interface to administrate their file shares.
- IT staff can share their files without having to work on a command line.
- People can now easily remember which files and directories they have shared with others.
- People can now easily find files that they want to share with others.
Sysutil File Sharing Description:
- This is the GUI for Sysutil.
- Manage file shares, map drive letters to a different path, config share/network options
- Allows you to map shares to the FTP drive on your machine.
- Allow you to create shares with or without a password
- Allow you to share the ability to delete shares
- Setup shares and be informed when they are updated
- Allow you to move shares and copy them to other servers.
Sysutil Map File Share on Network Description:
- This lets you map the drives that the share is on.
- This is great if you dont have direct access to the server/share.
- Do you want to share the ability to move/delete shares that you have setup.
Sysutil FTP Description:
- This is the backend tool for Sysutil.
- Use this to administer your FTP shares.
- Lets you create your own FTP servers.
- Lets you setup FTP shares to get them from FTP server.
- Lets you map the FTP server to a path on your computer.
- Lets you create and delete shares and apply permissions
sysutil pingit [options] [interval]
Ping fixed size range of IP-addresses.
Get current and all the IP's used by the computer.
get the network devices used by the computer.
installations installed on the computer.
Ping file attribute.
The output will be saved in a CSV file. That way the output is easier to proces with your own set of tools later.
Using IP's in a fixed range:
There are a large range of IP's available. To make it easier to determine what IP's are used. Pingit will limit the amount of IP's it tries to ping.
$ sudo sysutil pingit
By default all IP's are pinged in a range of 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254. You can use the option -r to give a range of IP's.
Using a range IP:
When a range IP is specified it is pinged on the following IP's.
192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254
$ sudo sysutil pingit -r 192.168.1.1 -r 192.168.1.254
If you do not specify an interval. The output will be saved to a file for later processing.
$ sudo sysutil pingit -i 3
Searching for a specific IP:
If you specify a specific IP. Pingit will ping it if it is on the network. If the IP is not on the network, then the output is saved to a file.
$ sudo sysutil pingit -i 3 192.168.1.3
If you want the output to be saved to a file then use the option -o.
$ sudo sysutil pingit -i 3 -o test.txt
$ sudo sysutil pingit -i 3 -o test.txt
Searching for a specific IP with a range:
To search for a specific IP and make sure it is on the network.
$ sudo sysutil pingit -r 192.168.1.1 -r 192.168.1.254 -i 3 -o test.txt
If the result of the command is
"the host 192.168.1.2 is not on the network"
then the IP 192.168.1.2 is not on the network.
If the result of the command is
Sysutil pingit is a windows application for anyone who wants to make a quick automated test for his website. Whether you use your own own web-server or a content delivery network like Akamai. You can test your own pages or if you are using one of the other type of web-services. And if you don't have any of those you can use the Sysutil pingit tool to do the job for you.
It is made for novices and experts alike. It is a must have for anyone that wants to automate testing of websites.
This software works with all major browsers. Both Internet Explorer and Firefox. It also works with any operating system and any internet connection.
You have a choice of 3 different ping methods; in order of decreasing speed.
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1. Create an account at your new host and choose the option to use their brand new web hosting software. This is the first time you will create a new user account with your host. Make sure to give your account a name and email address that is both easy to remember and doesn't include anything that will cause you problems. Make sure to use a unique email address and password.
2. Download XAMPP. This software is free for personal use.
3. The most important thing you have to do is to download and install the required SSL certificates. The certificates are required so that any communication between your web browser and your new host web server is encrypted. It is best to do this before you download and install the other files from your new host. You will need to visit your new host's support area and click on the link for the SSL certificates.
The SSL certificates should be emailed to you shortly after your account is created.
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