In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Andrew Richards discuss the PsPing command-line tool from Sysinternals – a more powerful replacement for the default “ping” command, which also adds additional capabilities such as bandwidth measurement.

Additional Resources:

PsPing
ProcDump
Debugging Tools for Windows (includes WinDbg)

Timeline:

[00:00] Introductions and overview.
[02:12] Plain vanilla “ping” command and its limitations
[05:15] PsPing allows you to ping a different port than the standard ICMP “ping” port
[08:35] Andrew’s story about using PsPing to troubleshoot a network problem at home
[11:14] Demo: using PsPing to measure network bandwidth
[17:58] Using the -h switch to get a histogram of the bandwidth over various attempts
[18:15] Oh no! The program crashed!
[18:36] Installing ProcDump as the just-in-time debugger, to get a crash dump so we can debug it
[20:20] Using WinDbg to analyze the crash
[23:41] Questions? Email us at [email protected]





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