Invoke-PingLog

1.0

Tests and monitors network connectivity using ICMP echo packets. Behaviour is similar to the Windows ping command and essentially wraps the Win32_PingStatus WMI class.

Failure and success responses can be filtered by a chosen threshold to aid monitoring of connections, and logging to a CSV format file is possible. Logs are not effected by filtering.

If a domain
Tests and monitors network connectivity using ICMP echo packets. Behaviour is similar to the Windows ping command and essentially wraps the Win32_PingStatus WMI class.

Failure and success responses can be filtered by a chosen threshold to aid monitoring of connections, and logging to a CSV format file is possible. Logs are not effected by filtering.

If a domain name resolves to both an IPv4 and an IPv6 address then the IPv6 address will be preferred, this is a behaviour of the Win32_PingStatus class with no option to force either protocol.

Installation Options

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Install-Script -Name Invoke-PingLog

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Author(s)

Chris Redit

Copyright

(c) 2017 Chris Redit. All rights reserved.

Owners

Tags

ping monitoring

Functions

Write-Log

Dependencies

This script has no dependencies.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0 (current version) 122 8/26/2017