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RE: Testing Bandwidth performance

  • From: Daniska Tomas
  • Date: Wed Jun 26 05:10:58 2002


a few months ago i was playing with a box from anritsu, they can do several gbps for very interesting price
well yes - i could feel on the box they still are an startup - but they seemed very open

as far as i know they developed the box by cisco's request and cisco is using it for lab measurements
they also can do latency/jitter measurements with two such boxes clocked by gps


deejay

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: measl@mfn.org [mailto:measl@mfn.org] 
> Sent: 26. júna 2002 11:02
> To: Alan Sato
> Cc: nanog@trapdoor.merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Testing Bandwidth performance
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Tue, 25 Jun 2002, Alan Sato wrote:
> 
> > What are some tools to test bandwidth perfomance?  I've 
> used iperf, but
> > are there other tools or ways to generate traffic for 
> testing purposes to
> > see a links maximum capacity?  Especially greater than a 100mb.
> 
> Realistically, you will need commercial hardware/software to do this
> properly.  Smartbits, Shomiti, are two examples (Shomiti is 
> less than user
> friendly, but the thing can do almost anything)
> 
> > Alan
> 
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