I forgot the cisco command to ping from another source ie. f0/1

JasonHolmesJasonHolmes Member Posts: 11 ■□□□□□□□□□
I forgot the cisco command to ping from another source ie. f0/1. Can someone please refresh my memory. Found it, it's ping source


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    Danielh22185Danielh22185 Member Posts: 1,195 ■■■■□□□□□□
    What you mentioned is one way if that ip address you specified is the actual address that is assigned to the interface in question. You can run the extended ping command simply by typing: 'ping' and hitting the enter command. You can then move down the list and specify other parameters such as MTU, number of pings, source, etc.
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    Vask3nVask3n Member Posts: 517
    Like was mentioned above, you can use Extended ping to specify a source address.

    I believe there is also a source parameter you can specify through the ping command (this might be platform-dependent)

    It looks like ping source

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    JustFredJustFred Member Posts: 678 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Jason why not post all your questions in one thread? Your stuff is all over the place. :)
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