PingApp.ned

NED File src/inet/applications/pingapp/PingApp.ned

Name Type Description
PingApp simple module

To disable send, specify empty destAddr.

Source code

//
// Copyright (C) 2001 Monash University, Australia
// Copyright (C) 2012-2015 OpenSim Ltd.
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package inet.applications.pingapp;

import inet.applications.contract.IApp;

//
// Generates ping requests to several hosts (or rather, network interfaces),
// and calculates the packet loss and round trip times of the replies.
// It works exactly like 'ping' except that it is possible to specify
// several destination addresses as a space separated list of IP addresses
// or module names. (The L3AddressResolver class is used to resolve the address.)
// Specifying '*' allows pinging ALL configured network interfaces in the
// whole simulation. This is useful to check if a host can reach ALL other
// hosts in the network (i.e. routing tables were set up properly).
//
// Start/stop time, sendInterval etc. can be specified via parameters. An address
// may be given in the dotted decimal notation (or, for Ipv6, in the usual
// notation with colons), or with the module name.
// (The L3AddressResolver class is used to resolve the address.)

// To specify the number of ping requests sent to a single destination address,
// use the 'count' parameter. After the specified number of ping requests was
// sent to a destination address, the application goes to sleep for 'sleepDuration'.
// Once the sleep timer has expired, the application switches to the next destination
// and starts pinging again. The application stops pinging once all destination
// addresses were tested or the simulation time reaches 'stopTime'.

// To disable send, specify empty destAddr.
//
// Every ping request is sent out with a sequence number, and replies are
// expected to arrive in the same order. Whenever there's a jump in the
// in the received ping responses' sequence number (e.g. 1, 2, 3, 5), then
// the missing pings (number 4 in this example) is counted as lost.
// Then if it still arrives later (that is, a reply with a sequence number
// smaller than the largest one received so far) it will be counted as
// out-of-sequence arrival. So the number of really lost pings will be
// "lost" minus "out-of-order" (assuming there's no duplicate or bogus reply).
//
// Uses ~PingPayload as payload for the ICMP(v6) Echo Request/Reply packets.
//
// @see ~PingPayload, ~Icmp, ~Icmpv6
//
simple PingApp like IApp
{
    parameters:
        string destAddr = default(""); // destination address(es), separated by spaces, "*" means all IPv4/IPv6 interfaces in entire simulation
        string srcAddr = default(""); // source address (useful with multi-homing)
        int packetSize @unit(B) = default(56B); // of ping payload, in bytes
        volatile double sendInterval @unit(s) = default(1s); // time to wait between pings (can be random)
        int hopLimit = default(-1); // TTL or hopLimit for IP packets
        int count = default(-1); // number of pings requests sent to a single destination address, -1 means continuously (only first address will be used from destAddr)
        double startTime @unit(s) = default(uniform(0s, this.sleepDuration + this.sendInterval)); // send first ping at startTime
        double stopTime @unit(s) = default(-1s); // time to finish sending, negative values mean forever
        volatile double sleepDuration @unit(s) = default(0s); // time spent in sleep between switching destinations
        bool continuous = default(false);  // whether to continuously ping the destinations in a round-robin fashion
        bool printPing = default(false); // log to stdout
        string crcMode @enum("declared", "computed") = default("declared");
        string networkProtocol = default(""); // uses specified network protocol for communication; uses the address-specified default network protocol when the parameter is empty
        @display("i=block/app");
        @lifecycleSupport;
        double stopOperationExtraTime @unit(s) = default(-1s);    // extra time after lifecycle stop operation finished
        double stopOperationTimeout @unit(s) = default(2s);    // timeout value for lifecycle stop operation
        @signal[rtt](type=simtime_t);
        @signal[numLost](type=long);
        @signal[numOutOfOrderArrivals](type=long);
        @signal[pingTxSeq](type=long);
        @signal[pingRxSeq](type=long);
        @statistic[rtt](title="ping round-trip time"; unit=s; record=histogram,vector; interpolationmode=none);
        @statistic[numLost](title="pings lost"; record=last,vector; interpolationmode=none);
        @statistic[numOutOfOrderArrivals](title="ping out-of-order arrivals"; record=last,vector; interpolationmode=none);
        @statistic[pingTxSeq](title="ping tx seq"; record=count,vector; interpolationmode=none);
        @statistic[pingRxSeq](title="ping rx seq"; record=count,vector; interpolationmode=none);
    gates:
        input pingIn;
        input socketIn @labels(ITransportPacket/up);
        output socketOut @labels(ITransportPacket/down);
}