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    PsPing v2.1

    By Mark Russinovich

    Published: June 29, 2016

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    Introduction

    PsPing implements Ping functionality, TCP ping, latency and bandwidth measurement. Use the following command-line options to show the usage for each test type:

    Installation

    Copy PsPing onto your executable path. Typing "psping" displays its usage syntax.

    Using PsPing

    PsPing implements Ping functionality, TCP ping, latency and bandwidth measurement. Use the following command-line options to show the usage for each test type:

    Usage: psping -? [i|t|l|b]

    ParameterDescription
    -? I Usage for ICMP ping.
    -? T Usage for TCP ping.
    -? L Usage for latency test.
    -? B Usage for bandwidth test.

    ICMP ping usage:
    psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-h [buckets | <val1>,<val2>,...]] [-i <interval>] [-l <requestsize>[k|m] [-q] [-t|-n <count>] [-w <count>] <destination>

    ParameterDescription
    -h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
      If you specify a single argument, it's interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. "0.01,0.05,1,5,10").
    -i Interval in seconds. Specify 0 for fast ping.
    -l Request size. Append 'k' for kilobytes and 'm' for megabytes.
    -n Number of pings or append 's' to specify seconds e.g. '10s'.
    -q Don't output during pings.
    -t Ping until stopped with Ctrl+C and type Ctrl+Break for statistics.
    -w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 1).
    -4 Force using IPv4.
    -6 Force using IPv6.

    For high-speed ping tests use -q and -i 0.

    TCP ping usage:
    ** psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-h [buckets | <val1>,<val2>,...]] [-i <interval>] [-l <requestsize>[k|m] [-q] [-t|-n <count>] [-w <count>] <destination:destport>**

    ParameterDescription
    -h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
      If you specify a single argument, it's interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. "0.01,0.05,1,5,10").
    -i Interval in seconds. Specify 0 for fast ping.
    -l Request size. Append 'k' for kilobytes and 'm' for megabytes.
    -n Number of pings or append 's' to specify seconds e.g. '10s'.
    -q Don't output during pings.
    -t Ping until stopped with Ctrl+C and type Ctrl+Break for statistics.
    -w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 1).
    -4 Force using IPv4.
    -6 Force using IPv6.

    For high-speed ping tests use -q and -i 0.

    TCP and UDP latency usage:

    server: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] <-s source:sourceport>

    client: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] [-u] [-h [buckets | <val1>,<val2>,...]] [-r] <-l requestsize>[k|m]] <-n count> [-w <count>] <destination:destport>

    ParameterDescription
    -f Open source firewall port during the run.
    -u UDP (default is TCP).
    -h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
      If you specify a single argument, it's interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. "0.01,0.05,1,5,10").
    -l Request size. Append 'k' for kilobytes and 'm' for megabytes.
    -n Number of sends/receives. Append 's' to specify seconds e.g. '10s'
    -r Receive from the server instead of sending.
    -w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 5).
    -4 Force using IPv4.
    -6 Force using IPv6.
    -s Server listening address and port.

    The server can serve both latency and bandwidth tests and remains active until you terminate it with Control-C.

    TCP and UDP bandwidth usage:

    server: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] <-s source:sourceport>

    client: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] [-u] [-h [buckets | <val1>,<val2>,...]] [-r] <-l requestsize>[k|m]] <-n count> [-i <outstanding>] [-w <count>] <destination:destport>

    ParameterDescription
    -f Open source firewall port during the run.
    -u UDP (default is TCP).
    -b Bandwidth test.
    -h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
      If you specify a single argument, it's interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. "0.01,0.05,1,5,10").
    -i Number of outstanding I/Os (default is min of 16 and 2x CPU cores).
    -l Request size. Append 'k' for kilobytes and 'm' for megabytes.
    -n Number of sends/receives. Append 's' to specify seconds e.g. '10s'
    -r Receive from the server instead of sending.
    -w Warmup for the specified iterations (default is 2x CPU cores).
    -4 Force using IPv4.
    -6 Force using IPv6.
    -s Server listening address and port.

    The server can serve both latency and bandwidth tests and remains active until you terminate it with Control-C.

    Examples

    This command executes an ICMP ping test for 10 iterations with 3 warmup iterations:
    psping -n 10 -w 3 marklap

    To execute a TCP connect test, specify the port number. The following command executes connect attempts against the target as quickly as possible, only printing a summary when finished with the 100 iterations and 1 warmup iteration:
    psping -n 100 -i 0 -q marklap:80

    To configure a server for latency and bandwidth tests, simply specify the -s option and the source address and port the server will bind to:
    psping -s 192.168.2.2:5000

    A buffer size is required to perform a TCP latency test. This example measures the round trip latency of sending an 8KB packet to the target server, printing a histogram with 100 buckets when completed:
    psping -l 8k -n 10000 -h 100 192.168.2.2:5000

    This command tests bandwidth to a PsPing server listening at the target IP address for 10 seconds and produces a histogram with 100 buckets. Note that the test must run for at least one second after warmup for a histogram to generate. Simply add -u to have PsPing perform a UDP bandwidth test.
    psping -b -l 8k -n 10000 -h 100 192.168.2.2:5000

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