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IPv4 Ping Sweep Scan Utility

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# pingsweep
Lightweight Pingsweeper - quickly ping many hosts

# Description

This utility provides a simple interface allowing a user to quickly ping a large group of hosts by IPv4 address or by hostname.

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- begin enumeration on unknown networks
- check connectivity of a list of networked devices
- define a custom ping timeout for faster or more thorough scans
- default output is in a list-friendly format


# Usage

pingsweep [options] ip_range

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```
pingsweep -h

Usage: pingsweep [options] ip_range

Examples:
pingsweep 10.0.0.0/24
pingsweep 10.0.0.0-255
pingsweep 10.0.0.0 10.0.0.255


Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-d, --debug display all pings, failed and successful
-l IP_FILE, --list=IP_FILE define a text file of one IP per line to ping
-n, --hostnames Attempt to resolve hostnames for successful pings
-r, --reverse display failed pings instead of successful pings
-t TIMEOUT, --timeout=TIMEOUT define a ping timeout in miliseconds (default is 200)
-v, --verbose include fping statistics for each ping
```

# Installation
pingsweep is available as an installable python module. Try running:
```
pip install pingsweep
```
Or you can download and run pingsweep.py from this repo.

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