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So ping google. Looking at the man page for ping man ping ; under the -i wait option, we see that the default time between sending pings is 1 second:.
The default is to wait for one second between each packet. So, using the default of sending 1 packet every 1 second, the options -t and -c will produce the same output. When we add in a fractional wait time of say, a half second, we should now get 12 packets sent within the 6 seconds:. Twelve responses as expected. Note, that you must run this as root ; per the man page for the -i wait option:. The wait time may be fractional, but only the super-user may specify values less than 1 second.
Now, the -W option capital "W", not lowercase will be the equivalent to the Windows -w which specifies a wait time between receipt of the packets:. If a reply arrives later, the packet is not printed as replied, but considered as replied when calculating statistics.
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Your help would be appreciated. Antony Antony 2 2 bronze badges. A computer always reaches its own IP addresses through localhost. If it sent a packet to its MAC address, who would send that packet back to it?! Looks like Mountain lion issue but only in certain machines.
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I'm fresh out. This is also affecting Linux clients as I just found out. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. We've further narrowed down the problem… This affects Windows as well.
Update 7/1/14: OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 is released, however ARP issue is still exist.
Try enabling Duplicate connections on the server. Derelict : How are your users authenticating? They aren't sharing anything.
This pretty much "just works. Derelict : Do you have something silly in your OpenVPN firewall rules, like only allowing connections from the first tunnel address? I found the issue…. Derelict : That'll do it. Loading More Posts 10 Posts. Reply Reply as topic.
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