Ping with timestamp on Windows CLI

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On the Windows command prompt cmd, I use ping -t to 10.21.11.81

Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3889ms TTL=238
Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3738ms TTL=238
Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3379ms TTL=238

Are there any possibilities to get an output like this?

10:13:29.421875 Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3889ms TTL=238
10:13:29.468750 Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3738ms TTL=238
10:13:29.468751 Reply from 10.21.11.81: bytes=32 time=3379ms TTL=238

Please note that I wanna achieve this with only commands provided by CMD

This question is tagged with windows cmd timestamp ping

~ Asked on 2014-07-23 09:04:38

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@echo off
    ping -t localhost|find /v ""|cmd /q /v:on /c "for /l %%a in (0) do (set "data="&set /p "data="&if defined data echo(!time! !data!)" 

note: code to be used inside a batch file. To use from command line replace %%a with %a

Start the ping, force a correct line buffered output (find /v), and start a cmd process with delayed expansion enabled that will do an infinite loop reading the piped data that will be echoed to console prefixed with the current time.

2015-01-08 edited: In faster/newer machines/os versions there is a synchronization problem in previous code, making the set /p read a line while the ping command is still writting it and the result are line cuts.

@echo off
    ping -t localhost|cmd /q /v /c "(pause&pause)>nul & for /l %%a in () do (set /p "data=" && echo(!time! !data!)&ping -n 2 localhost>nul"

Two aditional pause commands are included at the start of the subshell (only one can be used, but as pause consumes a input character, a CRLF pair is broken and a line with a LF is readed) to wait for input data, and a ping -n 2 localhost is included to wait a second for each read in the inner loop. The result is a more stable behaviour and less CPU usage.

NOTE: The inner ping can be replaced with a pause, but then the first character of each readed line is consumed by the pause and not retrieved by the set /p

~ Answered on 2014-07-23 09:48:38


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WindowsPowershell:

option 1

ping.exe -t COMPUTERNAME|Foreach{"{0} - {1}" -f (Get-Date),$_}

option 2

Test-Connection -Count 9999 -ComputerName COMPUTERNAME | Format-Table @{Name='TimeStamp';Expression={Get-Date}},Address,ProtocolAddress,ResponseTime

~ Answered on 2016-11-14 14:39:52


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