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[Archive] Ping delay command does not change the delay in sending ICMP requests on the EX2500

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Article ID: KB15610 KB Last Updated: 19 Dec 2019Version: 2.0
Summary:
The "ping <ip-address> [ tries  delay ]" command does NOT change the delay in seconds in sending ICMP requests. 

This article explains how the "ping 'delay'" command works on the EX2500 switch.
Solution:
The ping command on the EX 2500 can be used to check station-to-station connectivity across the network.

Command Reference:

switch# ping <hostname> |  <ip-address>     [   tries (1-32)     [delay ]    ]

Example:  ping 192.168.10.2    10  5

Replace:
<hostname> or <ip-address>   -  with the IP address if the device you are testing connectivity with
tries   -   with the number of attempts (1-32)
delay  (optional)  -  with  the timeout interval in seconds between unsuccessful attempts

Please Note:   the delay interval will not work if the ping is  successful.   It only works as the timeout if the ping is unsuccessful.



 
Modification History:
2019-12-19: Archived article.
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