You can ping futures.io (formerly BMT) servers for a pretty close proximity.
Here is my result from futures.io (formerly BMT) datacenter:
Keep in mind this is on a busy web server, if it was completely idle the response would be better.
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Thanks. However I am looking for a way to test pings into Aurora from the outside (so I need any Aurora ip that is externally pingable) The ip I posted (which was posted here previously) was for pinging into 350 E Cermark (well I am 99% sure).
Not sure if the below help, I am not a techie so I did not have much luck trying to Ping these.
The list below came from NT in a response to a post of mine on their site where they were trying to help me with very short duration disconnections. They suggested I give this list to my ISP for them to test if the ISP was having connection/communication issues with these IP addresses.