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Extended Ping (Xping)
draft-bonica-intarea-eping-04

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (intarea WG)
Authors Ron Bonica , Reji Thomas , Jen Linkova , Chris Lenart
Last updated 2017-05-22 (Latest revision 2017-03-03)
Replaced by RFC 8335
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https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-bonica-intarea-eping-04.txt

Abstract

This document describes a new diagnostic tool called Extended Ping (Xping). Network operators execute Xping to determine the status of a remote interface. In this respect, Xping is similar to Ping. Xping differs from Ping in that it does not require network reachability between itself and remote interface whose status is being queried. Xping relies on two new ICMP messages, called Extended Echo Request and Extended Echo Reply. Both ICMP messages are defined herein.

Authors

Ron Bonica
Reji Thomas
Jen Linkova
Chris Lenart

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