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Re: Testing Lan speed



On Sat, 2004-05-22 at 12:29, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> Am Sa, den 22.05.2004 schrieb Scott A. Zanke um 17:54:
> 
> > A few months ago there was a discussion on testing lan speed here. It
> > was a command line where you would start it on two boxes on the lan to
> > test and it would report the throughput speed. I think one box was set
> > as the receiver and the other as a transmitter. I've searched the
> > archives but can't seem to find it. Anyone remember?
> 
> > Scott
> 
> Maybe it was netio
> 
> http://freshmeat.net/projects/netio/
> 
> It tests the connection between sender and receiver using different
> package sizes.
> 
> http://www.netfuse.de/techarea/netio/netioserver.gif
> http://www.netfuse.de/techarea/netio/netioclient.gif
> 
> Alexander
> 
I remember now. It is ttcp. 
Start your receiving box with ttcp -s -f m -l 81920 -n 40960 -r
Start your transmitter box with
 ttcp -s -f m -l 81920 -n 40960 -t <ipaddress goes here>
Let it run for a minute or two then kill the transmitter with ctrlc




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