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 Post subject: Bandwith Tester
PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:34 am 
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My company is goign to do a series of tests of ethernet radios. we are going to be testing loss of bandwith between diffrent remote sites communicating back to a master location. we are looking for a bandwith tester that we could test the bandwith between 2 computers. one and the master location and one at the remote site.

any ideas?

Nik


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:40 am 
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google bandwidth test. here's one.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:46 am 
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thanks, but i need to test the connection between the master computer and the remote computer without the internet.


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SirNik wrote:
thanks, but i need to test the connection between the master computer and the remote computer without the internet.


:? Just push/pull a HUGE file between the two computers...if the app your using doesn't display KBps speeds, get one that does, or grab a stopwatch.


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I don't see much of an alternative to hoody's suggestion

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urmumsacow wrote:
I don't see much of an alternative to hoody's suggestion

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Good God. What type of connection do you have?


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I like to call it the cache connection.


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urmumsacow wrote:
I like to call it the cache connection.


Care to elaborate, your 1337N355?

Pfft, nevermind. I got what you meant... back and forth button.


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 Post subject: Chuck Woolery
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urmumsacow wrote:
I like to call it the cache connection.


Is that anything like the Love Connection?


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