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pingparsing is a CLI-tool/Python-library for parsing ping command output.

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pingparsing

Summary

pingparsing is a CLI-tool/Python-library for parsing ping command output.

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CLI Usage

CLI included in the pingparsing packaged. The pingparsing command could do the followings:

  • Execute ping and parse the result
  • Parse ping result file(s)
  • Parse from the standard input

Execute ping and parse the result

If you specify destination(s) to the pingparsing command as positional arguments, the command executes ping for each destination(s) and parses the result. The parsed result output with JSON format.

$ pingparsing google.com
{
    "google.com": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 10,
        "packet_receive": 10,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "rtt_min": 34.189,
        "rtt_avg": 46.054,
        "rtt_max": 63.246,
        "rtt_mdev": 9.122,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0
    }
}
$ pingparsing google.com twitter.com
{
    "google.com": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 10,
        "packet_receive": 10,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "rtt_min": 37.341,
        "rtt_avg": 44.538,
        "rtt_max": 53.997,
        "rtt_mdev": 5.827,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0
    },
    "twitter.com": {
        "destination": "twitter.com",
        "packet_transmit": 10,
        "packet_receive": 10,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "rtt_min": 45.377,
        "rtt_avg": 68.819,
        "rtt_max": 78.581,
        "rtt_mdev": 9.769,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0
    }
}
$ pingparsing google.com -c 3 --icmp-reply
{
    "google.com": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 3,
        "packet_receive": 3,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "rtt_min": 136.097,
        "rtt_avg": 140.476,
        "rtt_max": 148.341,
        "rtt_mdev": 5.589,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "icmp_reply": [
            {
                "timestamp": null,
                "icmp_seq": 1,
                "ttl": 39,
                "time": 148.0,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "timestamp": null,
                "icmp_seq": 2,
                "ttl": 39,
                "time": 136.0,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "timestamp": null,
                "icmp_seq": 3,
                "ttl": 39,
                "time": 136.0,
                "duplicate": false
            }
        ]
    }
}

Parse ping result file

Input:
$ cat ping.txt
PING 192.168.0.1 (192.168.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.

--- 192.168.0.1 ping statistics ---
1688 packets transmitted, 1553 received, +1 duplicates, 7% packet loss, time 2987ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.282/0.642/11.699/0.699 ms, pipe 2, ipg/ewma 1.770/0.782 ms
$ cat osx.txt
PING google.com (172.217.6.238): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 172.217.6.238: icmp_seq=0 ttl=53 time=20.482 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.6.238: icmp_seq=1 ttl=53 time=32.550 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.6.238: icmp_seq=2 ttl=53 time=32.013 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.6.238: icmp_seq=3 ttl=53 time=28.498 ms
64 bytes from 172.217.6.238: icmp_seq=4 ttl=53 time=46.093 ms

--- google.com ping statistics ---
5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 20.482/31.927/46.093/8.292 ms
Output:
$ pingparsing ping.txt osx.txt
{
    "osx.txt": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 5,
        "packet_receive": 5,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "rtt_min": 20.482,
        "rtt_avg": 31.927,
        "rtt_max": 46.093,
        "rtt_mdev": 8.292,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": null,
        "packet_duplicate_count": null
    },
    "ping.txt": {
        "destination": "192.168.0.1",
        "packet_transmit": 1688,
        "packet_receive": 1553,
        "packet_loss_rate": 7.997630331753558,
        "packet_loss_count": 135,
        "rtt_min": 0.282,
        "rtt_avg": 0.642,
        "rtt_max": 11.699,
        "rtt_mdev": 0.699,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0643915003219575,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 1
    }
}
$ pingparsing ping.txt osx.txt --icmp-reply
{
    "ping.txt": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 60,
        "packet_receive": 60,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "rtt_min": 61.425,
        "rtt_avg": 99.731,
        "rtt_max": 212.597,
        "rtt_mdev": 27.566,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "icmp_reply": []
    },
    "osx.txt": {
        "destination": "google.com",
        "packet_transmit": 5,
        "packet_receive": 5,
        "packet_loss_count": 0,
        "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
        "rtt_min": 20.482,
        "rtt_avg": 31.927,
        "rtt_max": 46.093,
        "rtt_mdev": 8.292,
        "packet_duplicate_count": 0,
        "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
        "icmp_reply": [
            {
                "icmp_seq": 0,
                "ttl": 53,
                "time": 20.482,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "icmp_seq": 1,
                "ttl": 53,
                "time": 32.55,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "icmp_seq": 2,
                "ttl": 53,
                "time": 32.013,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "icmp_seq": 3,
                "ttl": 53,
                "time": 28.498,
                "duplicate": false
            },
            {
                "icmp_seq": 4,
                "ttl": 53,
                "time": 46.093,
                "duplicate": false
            }
        ]
    }
}

Parse from the standard input

$ ping -i 0.2 -w 20 192.168.2.101 | pingparsing
{
    "destination": "192.168.2.101",
    "packet_transmit": 99,
    "packet_receive": 88,
    "packet_loss_count": 11,
    "packet_loss_rate": 11.11111111111111,
    "rtt_min": 1.615,
    "rtt_avg": 26.581,
    "rtt_max": 93.989,
    "rtt_mdev": 19.886,
    "packet_duplicate_count": 0,
    "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0
}

Library Usage

Execute ping and parse the result

PingTransmitter class can execute ping command and obtain the ping output as a string.

Sample Code:
import json
import pingparsing

ping_parser = pingparsing.PingParsing()
transmitter = pingparsing.PingTransmitter()
transmitter.destination_host = "google.com"
transmitter.count = 10
result = transmitter.ping()

print(json.dumps(ping_parser.parse(result).as_dict(), indent=4))
Output:
{
    "destination": "google.com",
    "packet_transmit": 10,
    "packet_receive": 10,
    "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
    "packet_loss_count": 0,
    "rtt_min": 34.458,
    "rtt_avg": 51.062,
    "rtt_max": 62.943,
    "rtt_mdev": 8.678,
    "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0,
    "packet_duplicate_count": 0
}

Parsing ping command output

Sample Code:
import json
from textwrap import dedent
import pingparsing

parser = pingparsing.PingParsing()
stats = parser.parse(dedent("""\
    PING google.com (74.125.24.100) 56(84) bytes of data.
    [1524930937.003555] 64 bytes from 74.125.24.100: icmp_seq=1 ttl=39 time=148 ms
    [1524930937.787175] 64 bytes from 74.125.24.100: icmp_seq=2 ttl=39 time=137 ms
    [1524930938.787642] 64 bytes from 74.125.24.100: icmp_seq=3 ttl=39 time=137 ms
    [1524930939.787653] 64 bytes from 74.125.24.100: icmp_seq=4 ttl=39 time=136 ms
    [1524930940.788365] 64 bytes from 74.125.24.100: icmp_seq=5 ttl=39 time=136 ms

    --- google.com ping statistics ---
    5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss, time 4001ms
    rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 136.537/139.174/148.006/4.425 ms
    """))

print("[ping statistics]")
print(json.dumps(stats.as_dict(), indent=4))

print("\n[icmp reply]")
for icmp_reply in stats.icmp_reply_list:
    print(icmp_reply)
Output:
[ping statistics]
{
    "destination": "google.com",
    "packet_transmit": 5,
    "packet_receive": 5,
    "packet_loss_count": 0,
    "packet_loss_rate": 0.0,
    "rtt_min": 136.537,
    "rtt_avg": 139.174,
    "rtt_max": 148.006,
    "rtt_mdev": 4.425,
    "packet_duplicate_count": 0,
    "packet_duplicate_rate": 0.0
}

[icmp reply]
{'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2018, 4, 29, 0, 55, 37), 'icmp_seq': 1, 'ttl': 39, 'time': 148.0, 'duplicate': False}
{'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2018, 4, 29, 0, 55, 37), 'icmp_seq': 2, 'ttl': 39, 'time': 137.0, 'duplicate': False}
{'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2018, 4, 29, 0, 55, 38), 'icmp_seq': 3, 'ttl': 39, 'time': 137.0, 'duplicate': False}
{'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2018, 4, 29, 0, 55, 39), 'icmp_seq': 4, 'ttl': 39, 'time': 136.0, 'duplicate': False}
{'timestamp': datetime.datetime(2018, 4, 29, 0, 55, 40), 'icmp_seq': 5, 'ttl': 39, 'time': 136.0, 'duplicate': False}

Installation

pip install pingparsing

Tested Environment

OS ping version
Debian 8.6 iputils-ping 20121221-5+b2
Ubuntu 16.04 iputils-ping 20121221-5ubuntu2
Fedora 25 iputils-20161105-1.fc25.x86_64
Windows 10 -
macOS 10.13 -

Supported Environment

  • Linux
  • Windows
  • macOS

Premise

pingparsing expects the locale at the ping command execution environment with English. Parsing the ping command output with any other locale may fail. This is because the output of the ping command will change depending on the locale setting.

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