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Mac: How to Ping

Problem:

How do I use the Ping command with a Macintosh?

Solution:

  1. Click on Finder in the dock.
  2. Click on Macintosh HD.
  3. Click on Applications.
  4. Click on Utilities.
  5. Double-click on Network Utility.
  6. In the Network Utility window, click the Ping tab.
  7. Enter your domain in the field under "Please enter the network address to ping,"
  8. Click the Ping button.

Note: To run ping command in Windows, Click Here.



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