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Re: [K12OSN] Re: Try this utility to test your thin client network



On 11/6/05, Terrell Prudé, Jr. <microman cmosnetworks com> wrote:
>
>
>  On Sat, 2005-11-05 at 16:32 -0800, Robert Arkiletian wrote:
> the packet size (the -s parameter), I get a good test.  I'll typically do
> 100, 500, and 1490; this last one, with Ethernet frame padding, gives the
> standard MTU of 1518 bytes.  The reason for this is that I've found some
> poorly-made gear that chokes at an Ethernet frame size beyond 1500 bytes,
...
>
>  Also, I'll typically run 1,000 packets per ping session.  I do that because
> of a problem similar to one that I had to track down and fix this last week.
>  At times, 100-200 pings would get through, but it'd choke for maybe half a
> second to five seconds after that.

Interesting, I'll try your suggestions.

>
>  One other thing about both the -A and the -i parameters: my reading tells
> me that, if you're not root, the minimum interval you'll be able to get is
> one packet every 200ms, is that your experience as well?

Yes, exactly.
I also set the -p (pattern) setting to hex 'aa' because in binary it's
10101010 and supposedly this type of pattern stresses components more.
Although the -p setting states that you can add 16 of these pad bytes
so maybe it will accept 14 more hex numbers.

--
Robert Arkiletian
C++ GUI tutorial http://fltk.org/links.php?V19


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