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IPGlobalProperties.GetIcmpV4Statistics Method

Provides Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) version 4 statistical data for the local computer.

Namespace:  System.Net.NetworkInformation
Assembly:  System (in System.dll)

public abstract IcmpV4Statistics GetIcmpV4Statistics()

Return Value

Type: System.Net.NetworkInformation.IcmpV4Statistics
An IcmpV4Statistics object that provides ICMP version 4 traffic statistics for the local computer.

ExceptionCondition
NetworkInformationException

The Win32 function GetIcmpStatistics failed.

ICMP is a set of messages for use with Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). ICMP is used by IPv4 nodes to report errors encountered in processing data packets and to perform other Internet layer functions. ICMP version 4 is defined in IETF RFC 792.

For details on the ICMP version 4 traffic statistics that are available to applications, see the IcmpV4Statistics class documentation. Note that the IcmpV4Statistics object returned by this method reflects the statistics as of the time the object is created. This information is not updated dynamically.

The following example displays the current ICMPv4 statistics.


public static void ShowIcmpV4Statistics()
{
    IPGlobalProperties properties = IPGlobalProperties.GetIPGlobalProperties();
    IcmpV4Statistics stat = properties.GetIcmpV4Statistics();
    Console.WriteLine("ICMP V4 Statistics:");

    Console.WriteLine("  Messages ............................ Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.MessagesSent, stat.MessagesReceived);
    Console.WriteLine("  Errors .............................. Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.ErrorsSent, stat.ErrorsReceived);

    Console.WriteLine("  Echo Requests ....................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.EchoRequestsSent, stat.EchoRequestsReceived);
    Console.WriteLine("  Echo Replies ........................ Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.EchoRepliesSent, stat.EchoRepliesReceived);

    Console.WriteLine("  Destination Unreachables ............ Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.DestinationUnreachableMessagesSent, stat.DestinationUnreachableMessagesReceived);

    Console.WriteLine("  Source Quenches ..................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.SourceQuenchesSent, stat.SourceQuenchesReceived);

    Console.WriteLine("  Redirects ........................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.RedirectsSent, stat.RedirectsReceived);  

    Console.WriteLine("  TimeExceeded ........................ Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.TimeExceededMessagesSent, stat.TimeExceededMessagesReceived);

    Console.WriteLine("  Parameter Problems .................. Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.ParameterProblemsSent, stat.ParameterProblemsReceived);        

    Console.WriteLine("  Timestamp Requests .................. Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.TimestampRequestsSent, stat.TimestampRequestsReceived);    
    Console.WriteLine("  Timestamp Replies ................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.TimestampRepliesSent, stat.TimestampRepliesReceived);    

    Console.WriteLine("  Address Mask Requests ............... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.AddressMaskRequestsSent, stat.AddressMaskRequestsReceived);    
    Console.WriteLine("  Address Mask Replies ................ Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        stat.AddressMaskRepliesSent, stat.AddressMaskRepliesReceived);                    
    Console.WriteLine("");
}


.NET Framework

Supported in: 4, 3.5, 3.0, 2.0

.NET Framework Client Profile

Supported in: 4, 3.5 SP1

Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows XP SP2 x64 Edition, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

The .NET Framework does not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see .NET Framework System Requirements.
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