If you ever tried to troubleshoot network without administrative rights, then you are probably aware of the number of challenges that arise from the fact that you are unable to access all components between the systems, especially the routers and firewall. Monitoring becomes even more difficult as your traffic leaves the network and you have less visibility over what is going on the wire.
Part of Microsoft's Sysinternals package, PsPing is a lightweight tool that allows you to perform various latency and bandwidth tests over TCP and UDP connections.
It employs a syntax and output similar to PING
Similarly to the classic command, the tool sends five pings to determine whether the connection is up and running. In addition, it displays the response time for each along with the stats with high accuracy. The difference, however, is that the pings are measured via 10^-5, unlike the ping which uses 10^-3, offers histograms, iterations, control of interval, payload and non-stop with the same functionality for IPv4 and IPv5.
In case you want to test the TCP to check on a service for instance, then you can go for a specific port, port 80 being the default one. Therefore, if you want to confirm that the target is up, simply run the test and append the :80.
Determine the latency and bandwidth tests
Providing that you hold control over the client and server, so you can start up a listening service and connect it to the other end, you can even check out the latency of the connection. Lastly, if you want to learn more about how much data can pass between A and B, then you can do so via a test that uses 5000 packets of 8000 bytes each that target the server and specified TCP port.
In the eventuality that you want to perform quick tests to determine if the connection service is working when the ICMP is blocked by firewalls or you don't have Administrative rights, then perhaps PsPing could come in handy.

 

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PsPing enables network administrators and application developers to easily test remote hosts using either TCP/IP or UDP protocols. PsPing can be used to perform basic health checks on remote servers and a variety of performance tests including latency, throughput, and retransmission rate tests.

Graphical interface and command-line interface
Running the test
Starting the test:
PsPing [command]

Configuring the test:
PsPing [command] /R

Sending packets:
PsPing [command] /p [range] [source] [destination]

Graphical interface:
PsPing [command] /g

Command line interface:
PsPing [command] /c

PsPing Example:
PsPing /R

Run the tests in a period of time:
PsPing /Q [period]

Latency test:
PsPing /T 4

This test sends 5 PING requests to a remote host. Each request is up to 3000ms in duration. The time between the first and last request is the time to return an ICMP echo response. The number of retransmits is divided by five and multiplied by 1000 to get the average RTT.

Throughput test:
PsPing /T 5000

The test sends a 5000 byte packet to a remote host. The test is non-stop. The size of the packet is 8192 bytes. The time between the first and last packet is the time to return a TCP ACK response. The amount of bytes sent per second is divided by the number of seconds and multiplied by 1000 to get the average rate.

Retransmission rate test:
PsPing /T 4:5

This test sends a 5 byte packet to a remote host. The test is non-stop. The first 4 bytes are an initial ACK. The fifth byte is the first byte of the data being sent. The number of retransmissions is divided by five and multiplied by 1000 to get the average retransmission rate.

How to use PsPing with Forefront 10:

To configure the connection parameters used by the tool, as you can see on the next screenshot, click on “TCP parameters” and “UDP parameters” then click on “Add.”

You will see the connection details and ports used by the two protocols.

Now you can select the connection you want to use. If you don’t know the protocol used by the

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— Identifier for the software —
psping
— Description —
This program can be used to perform ping tests and display the results of the tests. When psping is invoked, it will display the results for 5 pings. The first ping is the icmp test that can be used to check for internet connectivity. The second test is the tcp test that can be used to check for a tcp connection. The third test is a ping and the fourth test is a tcp ping. The fifth test is a test to ensure that all traffic is handled correctly by the host’s firewall.
The tests that are run by psping are the following:
icmp ping:
tcp ping:
ping and tcp ping:
tcp test:
ping:
tcp ping:
— Variables —

All of the arguments that follow this parameter will be placed in the beginning of the arguments that follow the [-t] parameter.
— Options —
[-t] Test type. Possible values are icmp, tcp, ping, tcp_ping, ping, tcp_ping. These values are mutually exclusive.
-f Fast ping. Uses ping instead of a loopback test.
— Output —
The output produced by psping is fairly verbose but is designed to be simple to read.
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Command-line utility to perform ping tests.
The name of the utility is ‘PsPing’.
PsPing performs latency and bandwidth tests on a TCP or UDP connection.
Usage:
PsPing [-t TCP/IP] [-u UDP/IP] [-s] [-i] [-p] [-n count] [-m msg]
-s, –sleep
Suspends execution for the number of seconds specified.
-t, –timeout
Sets the timeout for the tests to the number of seconds specified.
-u, –udp
Specifies the hostname or IP address to ping.
-p, –ping
Sets the ping type to either ‘icmp’ or ‘tcp’.
-i, –iteration
Sets the number of iterations to the value specified.
-n, –count
Sets the total number of packets to the value specified.
-m, –msg
Sets the message to the value specified.
Notes:
PsPing uses the ping utility to perform the tests.
For testing purposes, PsPing provides its own syntax and output.
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PsPing can be used to determine whether a service is up or down. To do so, run PsPing -s and then
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tcp – Indicates a TCP ping.
udp – Indicates a UDP ping.
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Suspends execution for the specified number of seconds.
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