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Re: Bandwidth testing

I'd try tptest.

http://www.iis.se/tptest/TPTEST2/tptest.zip (source)

tptest is a client - server application for testing IP (tcp/udp) linkspeeds.


On 14 Aug 2002 18:53 CEST you wrote:

> Hi all,
> I suspect that our upstream bandwidth providers including AGC (Asia Global
> Crossing) and that aren't providing us with the maximum possible bandwidth
> that we should be theoretically getting. We've been looking at informally
> made MRTG reports (yes, we know it isn't very accurate, which is why we're
> looking for a better way). And unless we can come up with some hard
> figures, the upstreams are ignoring us.
> I was wondering what the best way to determine maximum bandwidth
> thoughtput is. I've looked at "bing", but it doesn't seem very accurate to
> me.
> Do you know of a tool or method which can simulate large bandwidth
> traffic, or can otherwise measure what maximum bandwidth thoughtput is?
> Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
> Sincerely,
> Jason
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