If you execute the nqa entry command to enter the test group view with test type configured, you will
enter the test type view of the test group directly.
Configuring an NQA Test Group
Configuring an ICMP Echo Test
An ICMP echo test is used to test reachability of the destination host according to the ICMP echo reply
or timeout information. An ICMP echo test has the same function with the ping command but has more
abundant output information. You can use the ICMP echo test to locate connectivity problems in a
Follow these steps to configure an ICMP echo test:
Enter system view
Enter NQA test group view
Configure the test type as
ICMP echo and enter test type
Configure the destination
address for a test operation
Configure the size of probe
Configure the filler string of a
probe packet sent
Specify the IP address of an
interface as the source IP
address of an ICMP echo
Use the command...
nqa entry admin-name
By default, no destination IP address
is configured for a test operation.
100 bytes by default.
By default, the filler string of a probe
packet is the hexadecimal number
By default, no interface address is
specified as the source IP address of
ICMP probe requests.
If you use the source ip command to
configure the source IP address of
ICMP echo probe requests, the
source interface command is invalid.
The interface specified by this
command must be up. Otherwise, the
probe will fail.