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          ovs-l3ping(1)                 Open vSwitch Manual                ovs-l3ping(1)
          
          
          
          NAME
                 ovs-l3ping - check network deployment for L3 tunneling problems
          
          SYNOPSIS
                 ovs-l3ping -s TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask] -t tunnelmode
                 ovs-l3ping -s TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort] -t tunnelmode
          
                 ovs-l3ping -c TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask],RemoteInnerIP -t tunnelmode
                 ovs-l3ping     -c     TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort[:Data
                 Port]],RemoteInnerIP[:ControlPort[:DataPort]] [-b targetbandwidth]  [-i
                 testinterval] -t tunnelmode
          
                 Common options:
                        [-h | --help] [-V | --version]
          
          
          DESCRIPTION
                 The  ovs-l3ping program may be used to check for problems that could be
                 caused by invalid routing policy, misconfigured firewall in the  tunnel
                 path  or  a  bad  NIC  driver.   On one of the nodes, run ovs-l3ping in
                 server mode and on the other node run it in client  mode.   The  client
                 and  server  will establish L3 tunnel, over which client will give fur‐
                 ther testing instructions. The ovs-l3ping client will perform  UDP  and
                 TCP  tests.   This tool is different from ovs-test that it encapsulates
                 XML/RPC control connection over the tunnel, so there is no need to open
                 special holes in firewall.
          
                 UDP  tests  can  report  packet loss and achieved bandwidth for various
                 datagram sizes. By default target bandwidth for UDP tests is 1Mbit/s.
          
                 TCP tests report only achieved  bandwidth,  because  kernel  TCP  stack
                 takes care of flow control and packet loss.
          
             Client Mode
                 An ovs-l3ping client will create a L3 tunnel and connect over it to the
                 ovs-l3ping server to schedule the tests. TunnelRemoteIP is  the  peer's
                 IP  address,  where  tunnel  will be terminated. InnerIP is the address
                 that will be temporarily assigned during  testing.   All  test  traffic
                 originating from this IP address to the RemoteInnerIP will be tunneled.
                 It is possible to override default ControlPort and DataPort,  if  there
                 is any other application that already listens on those two ports.
          
             Server Mode
                 To  conduct  tests,  ovs-l3ping server must be running.  It is required
                 that both client and server InnerIP addresses are in the  same  subnet.
                 It is possible to specify InnerIP with netmask in CIDR format.
          
          OPTIONS
                 One of -s or -c is required.  The -t option is also required.
          
                 -s TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort]
                 --server TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort]
                        Run  in  server  mode  and create L3 tunnel with the client that
                        will be accepting tunnel at TunnelRemoteIP address.  The  socket
                        on  InnerIP[:ControlPort]  will  be  used to receive further in‐
                        structions from the client.
          
                 -c     TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort[:DataPort]],RemoteIn
                 nerIP[:ControlPort[:DataPort]]
                 --client     TunnelRemoteIP,InnerIP[/mask][:ControlPort[:DataPort]],Re
                 moteInnerIP[:ControlPort[:DataPort]]
                        Run in client mode and create L3 tunnel with the server on  Tun
                        nelRemoteIP.  The client will use InnerIP to generate test traf‐
                        fic with the server's RemoteInnerIP.
          
                 -b targetbandwidth
                 --bandwidth targetbandwidth
                        Target bandwidth for UDP  tests.  The  targetbandwidth  must  be
                        given  in  bits per second. It is possible to use postfix M or K
                        to alter the target bandwidth magnitude.
          
                 -i testinterval
                 --interval testinterval
                        How long each test should run. By default 5 seconds.
          
                 -t tunnelmode
                 --tunnel-mode tunnelmode
                        Specify the tunnel type. This option must match  on  server  and
                        client.
          
                 -h
                 --help Prints a brief help message to the console.
          
                 -V
                 --version
                        Prints version information to the console.
          
          EXAMPLES
                 On  host 192.168.122.220 start ovs-l3ping in server mode.  This command
                 will create a temporary GRE tunnel with the  host  192.168.122.236  and
                 assign  10.1.1.1/28  as the inner IP address, where client will have to
                 connect:
          
                        ovs-l3ping -s 192.168.122.236,10.1.1.1/28 -t gre
          
                 On host 192.168.122.236 start ovs-l3ping in client mode.  This  command
                 will  use  10.1.1.2/28  as  the local inner IP address and will connect
                 over the L3 tunnel to the server's inner IP address at 10.1.1.1.
          
                        ovs-l3ping -c 192.168.122.220,10.1.1.2/28,10.1.1.1 -t gre
          
          SEE ALSO
                 ovs-vswitchd(8),    ovs-ofctl(8),    ovs-vsctl(8),    ovs-vlan-test(8),
                 ovs-test(8), ethtool(8), uname(1)
          
          
          
          Open vSwitch                        2.10.90                      ovs-l3ping(1)
          
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