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ICMP query via VBA

Started by aledlund, June 17, 2009, 07:34:11 PM

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aledlund

One of the most powerful tools to support TCPIP networks is the ICMP query (often called the Ping). This is the third of three example sets that illustrate VBA embedded code in a Visio stencil. In this example we show the Ping, the Stepped Ping, and the Trace route applied using VBA.
Hope this helps
Al
(part three of three)

aledlund


vanlanjl

all i get is Object variable or with block variable not set

plus the stencil is empty

aledlund

I just checked them, the code is still in the stencils.
al

vanlanjl


wapperdude

Al --

I had trouble with the video, too.   ???

Visio 2019 Pro

aledlund

WrapperDude,
Apologies, I'm still learning how to put a quality screen grab up onto YouTube (as a project it falls behind building a wpf interface to my rack project, and documenting the individual mini-projects).

Vanlanjl,
open the stencil and then goto developer mode and open VBA editor. The code should show up in the stencil.
HTH,
al

vanlanjl

so what do i do with the code? Is this the code to ping a device?

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