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Able to ping the server but not able to login through putty it says network timeout
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I want to do below thing with bash
if ping 192.168.0.1 sucussful then do somthing without delay, if ping failed within 20s, then kill ping and exit
not sure this can use "alarm" to do this.
any code will be welcome
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