This article will guide you on different ways to demonstrate the usage of the #ping #command in Linux Mint 20. You can also combine two or more flags to serve a different purpose of your choice.
The #Linux ping command is a simple utility used to check whether a network is available and if a host is reachable. With this command, you can test if a server is up and running. It also helps with troubleshooting various connectivity issues.
To use ping command:
1. Open a Command Prompt. Click on the Start Menu and in the search bar, type 'cmd', and press Enter.
2. In the Command Prompt window, type 'ping' followed by the destination, either an IP Address or a Domain Name, and press Enter.
3. The command will begin printing the results of the ping into the Command Prompt.