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TCP Ping Windows 10 / Windows 11  |  02-May-2024    

 

TCP Ping - check TCP ports from the command line

PortCheck is a command line tool for Windows. It allows you to perform "TCP Pings". TCP Ping is actually not a correct term, as Ping is a fixed term. It means that you can check if a TCP port answers.

The syntax:

PortCheck [-t] [-i] <hostname(s)> <port(s)>

Examples:

PortCheck MyServer 80      # single check

PortCheck -t MyServer 443  # continuous

Also possible:

PortCheck -t SRV-EXCH1,SRV-DB1 443       # multiple hosts

PortCheck -t SRV-EXCH1 25,443            # multiple TCP ports

PortCheck -t SRV-EXCH1,SRV-DB1 443,1521  # multiple hosts, multiple ports


You can also read the article TCP Port check Powershell in Windows 11.

 


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Software: PortCheck
Category: TCP Ping for Windows / Check TCP ports Windows 11
Type: Command line (cmd) 
Operating Systems: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11 / Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2016 / Windows Server 2019 / Windows Server 2022