hwb at rwac.ucsd.edu
Fri Dec 12 20:30:35 UTC 1997
Yeah, it really kinda depends on what he wants. If he wants fairly
realistic traffic, one could probably write a packet generator fairly
easily, that turns packet traces into traffic. If one has access to raw
packet generating. The traces we have are generally src/dst encoded to
protect privacy. Really depends on what's needed.
> On solaris, spray is pretty good. I guess it depends on what you mean by
> lots and lots of IP traffic.
> On Thu, 11 Dec 1997, Todd M. Wilkinson wrote:
> > Any of you folks know of a good utility to generate lots and lots
> > of IP traffic. I am looking for something that will run on NT
> > or a Solaris box.
> > -Todd Wilkinson
> > -tmwilkin at appliedthoery.com
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