IcmpV4Statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived IcmpV4Statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived IcmpV4Statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived IcmpV4Statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived Property


Gets the number of Internet Control Message Protocol version 4 (ICMPv4) Source Quench messages that were received.

 abstract property long SourceQuenchesReceived { long get(); };
public abstract long SourceQuenchesReceived { get; }
member this.SourceQuenchesReceived : int64
Public MustOverride ReadOnly Property SourceQuenchesReceived As Long

Property Value

An Int64 value that specifies the total number of Source Quench messages that were received.


The following example displays the value of this property.

void ShowSourceQuenchData()
   IPGlobalProperties ^ properties = IPGlobalProperties::GetIPGlobalProperties();
   IcmpV4Statistics ^ statistics = properties->GetIcmpV4Statistics();
   Console::WriteLine( "  Source Quenches ..................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}", 
      statistics->SourceQuenchesReceived );
public static void ShowSourceQuenchData()
    IPGlobalProperties properties = IPGlobalProperties.GetIPGlobalProperties();
    IcmpV4Statistics statistics = properties.GetIcmpV4Statistics();
    Console.WriteLine("  Source Quenches ..................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}",
        statistics.SourceQuenchesSent, statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived);
Public Shared Sub ShowSourceQuenchData() 
    Dim properties As IPGlobalProperties = IPGlobalProperties.GetIPGlobalProperties()
    Dim statistics As IcmpV4Statistics = properties.GetIcmpV4Statistics()
    Console.WriteLine("  Source Quenches ..................... Sent: {0,-10}   Received: {1,-10}", statistics.SourceQuenchesSent, statistics.SourceQuenchesReceived)

End Sub 'ShowSourceQuenchData


Source Quench messages are sent when a packet was discarded because of insufficient space in the output queue. A destination computer can also send a Source Quench message if packets arrive too quickly to be processed. The source quench message is a request to the host to cut back the rate at which it is sending traffic to the Internet destination.

Applies to