Thursday, December 22, 2011

(Powershell Script) Ping list of IPs or hostnames

My first script :-

Below script uses WMI's Win32_PingStatus under the hood. It returns, by default, four "result" objects, each of which contains various properties, including a StatusCode, which will be 0 for successful pings Statuscode binary value of 11010 means that ping failed 

Copy below code and create .PS1 extension file
 # create a file with name "ips.txt" (containing ips and hostnames) put it under folder “c:\host”
$list = get-content "ips.txt"
foreach ($ip in $list)
{$result = Get-WmiObject Win32_PingStatus -filter "address='$IP'"
if ($result.statuscode -eq 0)
write-host "$IP Server is up"
Write-host "$IP Server is down"
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