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<ping>

 

Usage

Description

Ping remote target

<mpls>Ping label-switched path
<vpls>Ping VPLS MAC address
<fibre-channel>Probe fibre channel node
<request-ping-ethernet>Ping to an ethernet host by unicast mac address
<count>Number of ping requests to send
<wait>Maximum wait time after sending final packet
<no-resolve>Don't attempt to print addresses symbolically
<rapid>Send requests rapidly (default count of 5)
<record-route>Record and report packet's path (IPv4)
<brief>
<detail>Display incoming interface of received packet
<do-not-fragment>Don't fragment echo request packets (IPv4)
<loose-source>Intermediate loose source route entry (IPv4)
<interface>Source interface (multicast, all-ones, unrouted packets)
<interval>Delay between ping requests
<source>Source address of echo request
<pattern>Hexadecimal fill pattern
<size>Size of request packets
<strict>Use strict source route option (IPv4)
<strict-source>Intermediate strict source route entry (IPv4)
<ttl>IP time-to-live value (IPv6 hop-limit value)
<verbose>Display detailed output
<tos>IP type-of-service value
<bypass-routing>Bypass routing table, use specified interface
<inet>Force ping to IPv4 destination
<inet6>Force ping to IPv6 destination
<routing-instance>Routing instance for ping attempt
<mac-address>MAC address of the nexthop in xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx format
<host>Hostname or IP address of remote host
<logical-system>Name of logical system