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Flowgrind is a tool similar to iperf, netperf to measure throughput and other metrics for TCP. It features some unique characteristics which are of use when exploring the idiosyncrasies of wireless mesh networks.
In a Long Fat Network (LFN) the Round Trip Time (RTT) and Bandwidth Delay Product (BDP) can affect throughput of a download. Normal FTP downloads suffer. This program reduces this problem by downloading chunks of a given file (slices of a given file) in parallel. A number of threads are used to ... [More]
apache-response-time is a performance analysis tool for the apache web server. It's primary focus is on script response time. One approach to improving web site performance is for a different developer to improve one of the slowest scripts everyday. apache-response-time is ideally suited for ... [More]
tcpAnalyser is a tcp flow analyser. Given a tcp flow, where a flow is identified by ip address , source port number, dest ip address , dest port number, it groups packets into clusters and determines wether a given packet was a duplicate or a filler of a previous ( or the same ) group. It then ... [More]
nuttcp is a network performance measurement tool intended for use by network and system managers. Its most basic usage is to determine the raw TCP (or UDP) network layer throughput by transferring memory buffers from a source system across an interconnecting network to a destination system, either ... [More]
Useful tool to test a (wireless) network link, in terms of throughput, packet loss, e2e delay, fairness. A TCP connection is setup for control on a certain channel (can be the same wireless channel or others) and a UDP runs on that or another channel, based on the synchronization at the TCP control ... [More]