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Re: The "best" version of "ping"?
> Throughout the years, I've seen a number of different versions of "ping" with > various features like: > > - "-f" switch which pings a destination as fast as possible > - "-c" switch which acts like the ping function on a cisco router > - TTL reporting > - improved clock resolution > - ability to specify data pattern > - ability to source jumbograms I have a version with all that which I have not packaged up. If there is interest and someone sent me a round tuit, I could make it available via FTP. It also does: - record route - loose and strict source routing - specify fixed or incremental TTL - Send ICMP MASK REQUEST packets - Send ICMP INFO REQUEST packets - IP multicast support Jeff - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -