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Re^2: Net::Ping output
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Yes, You are trying to ping particular host right ?
Yes,Vinoth ..Thanks again.we have to ping particular host and gather the info like RTT(max,min,avg), packet loss etc
Thats what i am also saying, use $var = `ping -c 5 hostip` like this so $var will hold the ping command output use regex on that variable get whatever you want.
yes I understood,just want to confirms it that we have to open a separate process , we can't use Net::Ping package to get the desired output
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