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Ping from C20

Michel Tosu
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Hello,

On my 1700MXP i can both ping and traceroute from the system when i'm logged in through telnet.

I can't find the command to do so through telnet or SSH on the C20.

Is there any way to do this?

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Teck Chye Tang
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

you can try as follows:

How to use ping and traceroute:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

ping –s 1400 –R

The –s option will specify the packetsize used in the ping request. In the above example you will use 1400 bytes. The –R option will return the route from the ping request.

Check Ethernet statistics:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

ethtool -S eth0|less

Press Q to come back to the shell

Netstat to find connected ports:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

netstat eth0

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Teck Chye Tang
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

you can try as follows:

How to use ping and traceroute:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

ping –s 1400 –R

The –s option will specify the packetsize used in the ping request. In the above example you will use 1400 bytes. The –R option will return the route from the ping request.

Check Ethernet statistics:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

ethtool -S eth0|less

Press Q to come back to the shell

Netstat to find connected ports:

Log in as root and execute the following command:

netstat eth0

Thank you very much.

Hi

I would like to add that you can ping through admin login using command:

systemtools network ping IPADDOFDEST