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Re: UDP Badness [Was: Re: How to measure network quality&performance for voip&gameservers (udp packetloss, delay, jitter,...)]

  • From: tony sarendal
  • Date: Tue Mar 07 17:58:29 2006
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On 07/03/06, Gunther Stammwitz <[email protected]> wrote:



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       Von: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Im Auftrag
von tony sarendal
       Gesendet: Dienstag, 7. März 2006 19:05
       An: [email protected]
       Betreff: Re: UDP Badness [Was: Re: How to measure network
quality&performance for voip&gameservers (udp packetloss, delay,
jitter,...)]



       Iperf comes to mind.

       /Tony


Hello Tony,

Thanks for the tip. I've already been using iperf but wasn't that perfectly
satisfied. I'm looking for something else - maybe even something with a
graphical output. Any other ideas?

Gunther

 
Unfortunately not. Iperf has suited me fine where I don't require professional (pricey) testers.
The fact that it is console based I usually see as a plus.

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