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Windows 7: Is there a way to monitor all device's internet connection ?

08 Sep 2015   #21
TDoGChad

Win 7 Pro 32-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
It doesn't show much alone. Run 3 separate cmd windows, run one ping in each:
Ping -t yourownIP (run in cmd: ipconfig to find out)
Ping -t 192.168.1.254
Ping -t 8.8.8.8
quick question about ipconfig

this IPv4 Address is my own IP ?
and this 192.168.1.254 is the router aka Default Gateway ?

Are those 2 correct ?


what the heck is this launchmodem.com ? (website said not found)



Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58 View Post
As with most things of this nature, I suggest that you take a look at the tools available from Microsoft itself, or more directly the Sysinternals suite by Mark Russinovich

In this case have a look at what is possible with PsTools
Thank you for your help and don't stop there yet ... ... I am checking it out ...

only one thing that I know how is the procexp and procmon and the rest seems new to me ... I guess that I need time to study and figure those out :/




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08 Sep 2015   #22
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

See your screenshot:
Your IP Address: 192.168.1.91
Router (Gateway): 192.168.1.254
So 3 cmd windows each pinging one of the addresses (3rd is 8.8.8.8) with -t switch (so it ping continuously)

Launchmodem.com comes from your modem/router.
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08 Sep 2015   #23
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58 View Post
As with most things of this nature, I suggest that you take a look at the tools available from Microsoft itself, or more directly the Sysinternals suite by Mark Russinovich

In this case have a look at what is possible with PsTools
Thank you for the PsTools. Could come in very handy.
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08 Sep 2015   #24
TDoGChad

Win 7 Pro 32-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58 View Post
As with most things of this nature, I suggest that you take a look at the tools available from Microsoft itself, or more directly the Sysinternals suite by Mark Russinovich

In this case have a look at what is possible with PsTools
Thank you for the PsTools. Could come in very handy.
how do you use it ? all I got was agree or disagree dialog
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08 Sep 2015   #25
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

I don't know how to use it. Still looking for some instruction that doesn't need programmer skills.
I also get a bunch of agree or disagree boxes and super fast flashes of cmd prompt run as admin.
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08 Sep 2015   #26
TDoGChad

Win 7 Pro 32-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
I don't know how to use it. Still looking for some instruction that doesn't need programmer skills.
I also get a bunch of agree or disagree boxes and super fast flashes of cmd prompt run as admin.
Thank you and that is what I get ... it is a shame ... bummer.


I went search and find this is funny

SysInternals Pro: What Are the SysInternals Tools and How Do You Use Them?


We got classes to attend to ... LOL !!! ... Don't be late ... LOL !!!


... oh wow ... yes i do remember this

Quote:
Remember that time Sony tried to embed rootkits into their music CDs? Yeah, it was a SysInternals utility that first detected the problem, and it was the SysInternals guys that made the announcement. In 2006, Microsoft finally bought the company behind SysInternals, and they continue to provide the utilities for free on their web site.

now I got it to work and thanks to how-to-geek ... hope that helps to get started.

I will be back later ... still reading ... at bottom page 1 ... it is AWESOME.
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09 Sep 2015   #27
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

Hey guys - First class is here ... https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...rnals/jj729731

The whole Sysinternals Suite goes back to the early days of windows when system administrators still preferred to use a DOS box to interrogate systems, (sounds like at least last Thursday ). A lot of the tools in the suite are still DOS based, as this allows the user to use them in DOS Batch Files and or Powershell Scripts. They can be used from a Command Prompt, but if completed they can sometimes close the box without giving chance to read the output.

A little DOS revision may be needed such as the PIPE commands

Looking at a Simple ping ...

Ping 127.0.0.1 /t >> PingLog.txt This will create a file called PingLog.txt and write the results of the Ping to that file - It will continue until CTRL-C is pressed to stop it - the Single > will send the output to an existing text file.

Homework https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_DOS_commands
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09 Sep 2015   #28
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Barman: To be honest, I am wondering about its (Sysinternals Suite) relevance to this thread

The ping command we already use. PSTools version is psping. Do you have a specific psping command that will ease our job? Because I fail to see a feature that we can use in this case.

Edit: Didn't know the difference of > and >>, thanks for mentioning that one
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09 Sep 2015   #29
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

PSping allows you to record the full set of data to a text file which is always useful in a dispute with an ISP - It also allows you to record latency, and bandwidth information, which can be a useful backup

The basic example I quoted in my previous post, (Ping 127.0.0.1 /t >> PingLog.txt ), if the IP address is set to something external to the local network, 8.8.8.8 for example, will produce a network ping log without using the PSPing
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09 Sep 2015   #30
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Edit: to be clear - this is just to make amends for my post# 12.
It is cool that the OP has an interest in command line stuff.

A summary of certain posts:

post #2 - simple constant ping
post #3 - include router in another simple constant ping
post #4 thru #9 - some Q&A
post #10 - the OP asks a question - in bold letters no less.
(nothing wrong with bold letters)
post #11 - answers post #10 with a portable app that works
(crashed for me upon exit - but works)

post #12 - I did not mean to discourage the use of 3rd party apps

post #14 - more details about how to do post #3
post #15 - OP did post #14 and finds an app
post #17 - OP finds another app

I'll skip to the present:
The app is post #17 does what was asked for in posts #3 and #10. You tell it a target IP (or select one of the presets). It seems to do one tracert and then constantly pings/plots each IP from that trace. It is pretty cool. However, it might confuse the AT&T support staff. Running two or three copies of the portable app in post #11 might be better. I'll let the OP decide.



The OP's request in post #10 can be met via DOS if you include date/time environmental variables.
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