How do I ping another network device to make sure that they can see each other in Windows?

How do I ping another network device to make sure that they can see each other in Windows?

Solution :
To ping another network device using a computer running Windows, follow the process below:

  1. Get the IP of target machine.
  2. Open Command Prompt, by hitting (Windows+R) key and then typing cmd. 
  1. Once the Command prompt is open, type “ping <ip address of target machine>”.

  1. If you Ping the computer / System regularly (N time), then Type "ping <ip address of target machine> -t".

Hope this helps.
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