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* Do you know what Ping Monitoring is?
Suggested article: Monitoring with ICMP Ping
Ping Monitoring is fundamental for ensuring the great health of your network and its fast performance. It is a popular practice that involves regularly pinging a given device and checking if it answers requests. Ping Monitoring sends an Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request to the target device, which should respond immediately by sending the echo reply packets.
Here are the different Ping Monitoring check types based on the size of the packets:
- 64 bytes check
- 512 bytes check
- 1024 bytes check
The Linux Ping command is the primary tool used for performing the regular checks of the monitored device. It is used with the following parameters:
- -c - It defines the number of packets
- -s - It defines the packet payload size
- The monitored IP address
Ping Monitoring helps with improving the uptime and availability of your network. Additionally, it can improve the security of your servers.
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