What is fping
This Docker image is based on the official alpine:latest base image.
How to use this image
docker run --rm uzyexe/fping [options] [targets...]
Usage: docker run --rm uzyexe/fping [options] [targets...] -a show targets that are alive -A show targets by address -b n amount of ping data to send, in bytes (default 56) -B f set exponential backoff factor to f -c n count of pings to send to each target (default 1) -C n same as -c, report results in verbose format -D print timestamp before each output line -e show elapsed time on return packets -f file read list of targets from a file ( - means stdin) (only if no -g specified) -g generate target list (only if no -f specified) (specify the start and end IP in the target list, or supply a IP netmask) (ex. /usr/sbin/fping -g 192.168.1.0 192.168.1.255 or /usr/sbin/fping -g 192.168.1.0/24) -H n Set the IP TTL value (Time To Live hops) -i n interval between sending ping packets (in millisec) (default 25) -I if bind to a particular interface -l loop sending pings forever -m ping multiple interfaces on target host -n show targets by name (-d is equivalent) -O n set the type of service (tos) flag on the ICMP packets -p n interval between ping packets to one target (in millisec) (in looping and counting modes, default 1000) -q quiet (don't show per-target/per-ping results) -Q n same as -q, but show summary every n seconds -r n number of retries (default 3) -R random packet data (to foil link data compression) -s print final stats -S addr set source address -t n individual target initial timeout (in millisec) (default 500) -T n ignored (for compatibility with fping 2.4) -u show targets that are unreachable -v show version targets list of targets to check (if no -f specified)
- Shuji Yamada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.
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