oam command

The oam command holds operations, administration, and maintenance tools.
Examples:
apoctl oam ping 5ee5a29939483e4c01a20d7b 192.168.100.101:900

ping subcommand

The ping subcommand is used to run ping and print the results.
Running the command will notify the processing unit to initiate ping and wait until the corresponding results are collected. It also aggregates the information and prints it in a table format.
A successful ping will return status code 0 and writes the output in stdout. Otherwise, the status code will be 1 and the output will be in stderr.
Examples:
apoctl oam ping 5ee5a29939483e4c01a20d7b 192.168.100.101:900 apoctl oam ping 5ee5a29939483e4c01a20d7b 192.168.100.101:900 --verbose apoctl oam ping 5ee5a29939483e4c01a20d7b 192.168.100.101:900 --verbose --appcreds /path/to/appcreds

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