Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Python script to check network connection

I need one script to check my network, because it usually down. So code little python script :)

import winsound
import urllib2
import time
def internet_on():
    try:
        response=urllib2.urlopen('http://74.125.113.99',timeout=1)
        return True
    except urllib2.URLError as err: pass
    return False

while 1:
    if internet_on() == 1:
        print "Network on"
    else:
        print "Network off"
        winsound.Beep(500,500)
    time.sleep(5)
    pass
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4 comments:

Ibrahim Haleem Khan said...

ThaNK YOU !!1 kendy..

Anonymous said...

Thanks MAn!

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gricks said...

#!/usr/bin/env python3
#Credits due to Kendy Hikaru. Adapted from example by Kendy Hikaru dated 18 July 2012.
#import urllib2 #python2
import urllib.request, urllib.parse, urllib.error #python3
import time
REMOTE_SERVER = "http://www.google.com"

def is_connected():
^ """Return True if connected to internet else False"""
^ try:
^^ response=urllib.request.urlopen(REMOTE_SERVER,timeout=1)
^^ return True
^ except urllib.error.URLError as e: pass
^ return False

print((str(is_connected())))

"""Testing
$ python3 temp2.py
True
(Disconnect internet)
$ python3 temp2.py
False
(Re-connect internet)
$ python3 temp2.py
True
"""
PS The blog helpfully removes indentation therefore globally replace ^ with e.g. two spaces.

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