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KLOTH.NET – PING service

KLOTH.NET – PING service

Use this PING service to see if an internet host is active.

This service is for private non-commercial use only. Please do not abuse. No automated queries. No bots.

Ping uses the ICMP protocol’s ECHO_REQUEST datagram to elicit an ICMP ECHO_RESPONSE
from a distant host. Pings have an IP and ICMP header, followed by a struct timeval
and then an arbitrary number of pad bytes used to fill the packet.

This service sends a Unix like ‘ping -c4 <target_host>’, consisting of 4 packets
with 56 bytes pad data.

If you are looking for the IP address of a computer in the internet or want
to try a PTR reverse lookup on a given IP address, try our dig
or nslookup services.
If you want to know who owns a domain, try our whois service.


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