Enter a command. For example: whence, plutil, open, mkfile, m, airportd.


Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts. More information:
  • Ping the specified host:
    ping "{{hostname}}"
  • Ping a host a specific number of times:
    ping -c {{count}} "{{host}}"
  • Ping host, specifying the interval in seconds between requests (default is 1 second):
    ping -i {{seconds}} "{{host}}"
  • Ping host without trying to lookup symbolic names for addresses:
    ping -n "{{host}}"
  • Ping host and ring the bell when a packet is received (if your terminal supports it):
    ping -a "{{host}}"
  • Ping host and prints the time a packet was received (this option is an Apple addition):
    ping --apple-time "{{host}}"

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