Provided by: fcoe-utils_1.0.29+git20140505-1_amd64
fcping - Fibre Channel Ping (ELS ECHO) tool
fcping [-fqx] [ -i interval ] [ -c count ] [ -s size ] -h source target source = interface | MAC | WWPN | FC-ID target = -P WWPN | -N WWPN | -F FC-ID
The fcping command performs the Fibre Channel FC-LS-2 ECHO ELS command and displays the reply. The max payload for fcping is 2108 bytes. When no -c is given, fcping will continue until user interrupts.
-f Flood ping -q Quiet! just print summary -x Hex dump of responses -i interval Wait interval seconds between each ping -c count Stop after sending count pings -h source Source is interface like ethX, MAC address, WWPN, or FC-ID -s size Byte-length of ping request payload (max 2108) -F FC-ID Destination port ID -P WWPN Destination world-wide port name -N WWNN Destination world-wide node name
Sends ELS ECHO to Port FC-ID 0xbf0027 from interface n0.170 with max 3 pings. fcping -c 3 -h n0.170 -F 0xbf0027 sending echo to 0xBF0027 echo 1 accepted 16.170 ms echo 2 accepted 7.053 ms echo 3 accepted 6.803 ms 3 frames sent, 3 received 0 errors, 0.000% loss, avg. rt time 10.009 ms Sends ELS ECHO to WWNN 0x1000001B213C9DDA from interface n0.170 with max 3 pings and payload size 1500 bytes fcping -c 3 -h n0.170 -s 1500 -N 0x1000001B213C9DDA sending echo to 0xBF0027 echo 1 accepted 6.597 ms echo 2 accepted 6.925 ms echo 3 accepted 12.419 ms 3 frames sent, 3 received 0 errors, 0.000% loss, avg. rt time 8.647 ms Sends ELS ECHO to WWNN 0x1000001B213C9DDA from interface n0.170 continuously with payload of 32 bytes and hex-dump the reply to the screen fcping -x -h n0.170 -s 32 -N 0x1000001B213C9DDA sending echo to 0xBF0027 echo 1 accepted 6.937 ms response length 32 0 02000000 00000001 00010203 04050607 10 08090a0b 0c0d0e0f 10111213 14151617 echo 2 accepted 6.923 ms response length 32 0 02000000 00000002 00010203 04050607 10 08090a0b 0c0d0e0f 10111213 14151617 echo 3 accepted 84.929 ms response length 32 0 02000000 00000003 00010203 04050607 10 08090a0b 0c0d0e0f 10111213 14151617
fcping is part of the fcoe-utils package, maintained through the Open-FCoE project. Resources for both developers and users can be found at the Open-FCoE website http://open-fcoe.org/.