Tests TCP/IP connectivity with a remote host.
ping [-t] [-a] [-n
bytes] [-f] [-i
hops] [ [-j
hostlist] | [-k
hostlist] ] [-w
Resolves IP addresses to hostnames.
Sets the Do Not Fragment flag in the packets to prevent them from being fragmented by routers along the route.
Sets the time-to-live field in the packets.
Routes packets using the specified list of remote hosts (up to 9). Consecutive hosts can be separated by intermediate gateways (loose source routing).
Routes packets using the specified list of remote hosts (up to 9). Consecutive hosts cannot be separated by intermediate gateways (loose source routing).
Indicates number of bytes in each ECHO packet. (The default is 32 bytes, and the maximum is 65,527 bytes.)
Specifies the number of ICMP ECHO packets to send. (The default is 4 packets.)
Records the route of the outgoing packet and the returning packet in the Record Route field. (The minimum number of hosts you can specify is 1, and the maximum is 9.)
Specifies the timestamp for the number of hops specified by
Continues pinging the host until interrupted using Ctrl-C.
Sets the Type of Service field in the packets.
Specifies time-out interval in milliseconds.
Indicates IP address or hostname of remote host(s) being pinged.
ping a remote host:
ping www.gov.mb.caPinging www.gov.mb.ca ...