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Parallel testing of IP addresses and domains in python.

Project Description

Parallel testing of IP addresses and domains in python. Reads IP addresses and domains from a CSV file and gives two lists of accessible and inaccessible ones.


  • Compatible with both Python 2 and 3.
  • Testing of IPs and domains is done in parallel.
  • By default there are 4 Workers.
  • All Workers work on an input Queue and a output Queue.


  • verbose - if true, ping output will be displayed.
  • output - json or csv


  • Currently Windows and Linux are supported.

  • Supports both IPv4 and IPv6 IPs, and domain names.

    # Examples


$ pip install ippy


# Create IPpy instance
ippt = ippy.Ippy()

# Set config - verbose, output, num_workers
# verbose - True or False
# output - csv or json
ippt.set_config(True, 'csv', 4)

# Set Input File

# Run IPpy

# Get Results
output = ippt.result()


To run the tests, first install tox

$ pip install tox

then run tox from the project root directory.

$ tox
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