Speed Testing and Throughput testing
bclark at spectraaccess.com
Tue Nov 3 06:18:28 CST 2009
True, we usually find Linux based machines work better running IPerf
then Windows (at least out of the box) because of the TCP window
size....well Windows XP at least, don't know about Vista or 7.
Jason Biel wrote:
Please take note with using iperf that you'll want to make sure the
appropriate TCP Window Size has been negotiated. We recently did some
testing with systems that had decided to pick less than optimal window sizes
and in turn had to manually set the size within iperf options.
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 4:01 AM, Benoit VANNIER <benoit.vannier at apog.net>wrote
Iperf is pretty good at this ... It s free
De : Mark Urbach [mailto:mark.urbach at pnpt.com]
Envoyé : lundi 2 novembre 2009 22:57
À : nanog at nanog.org
Objet : Speed Testing and Throughput testing
Anyone have a good solution to get "accurate" speed results when testing at
10/100/1000 Ethernet speeds?
Do you have a server/software that customer can test too?
PinPoint Communications, Inc.
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Lincoln, NE 68508
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mark.urbach at pnpt.com
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