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Ping hosts using tcp syn packets

Project description

Python script to “ping” hosts using tcp syn packets.

Install

Install using pip:

pip install synping

or

Download and set executable permission on the script file:

chmod +x synping.py

or

Download and run using the python interpreter:

python synping.py

Usage

Similar to “ping” utility:

usage: synping.py [-h] [-v] [-t] [-n COUNT] [-p PORT] [-w TIMEOUT] host

ping hosts using tcp syn packets

positional arguments:
  host           hostname or IP to ping

optional arguments:
  -h, --help     show this help message and exit
  -v, --version  show program's version number and exit
  -t             ping host until stopped with 'control-c'
  -n COUNT       number of requests to send
  -p PORT        port number to use (default: 80)
  -w TIMEOUT     timeout in seconds to wait for reply (default: 3)

Examples

Ping host on port 80 (default):

$ synping host

Ping host on port 22:

$ synping host -p 22

Ping host 10 times with 1 second timeout:

$ synping host -n 10 -w 1

Notes

  • Works on Python2 (not tested on Python3)
  • Works fine on Linux and should work on all platforms
  • Briefly tested on Windows, Cygwin and OSX

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