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  • Most accurate internet speed test.
    You should try Flent from the BufferBloat project. Source: 12 months ago
  • Tools for measuring Network convergence, delay and packet loss
    Flent (Flexible Network Tester) is a powerful network testing utility that aims to simplify the process of gathering and analyzing network performance metrics. Built on top of other open-source tools like Netperf, Iperf, and Ping, Flent automates the process of running multiple tests simultaneously and aggregates the results into comprehensive, easy-to-interpret graphs. Flent's ability to run various tests in... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Help eliminating buffer bloat on connection speeds over 1gbps
    Hmm... It does not take much packet loss to slow tcp down at that rate. A better test would run longer than waveform, like the tcp_ndown test. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Loaded latency with
    Also most of our web based tests do not last long enough to show the full extent of the problem. Waveform, while pretty good, doesn't test up and down simultaneously, nor does it last long enough. I've put out a few measurements here or there about what Starlink looks like over time, such as most recently, over here: - long term spikes for "Working latency" on... Source: about 2 years ago
  • 6.6 is out
    Install Flent. See the bottom of for instructions. Source: over 2 years ago
  • A survey of AQM and fq_codel in enterprise bufferbloat battles
    One of the tools we've used to actively analyze the behavior of networks (mostly along the edge) has been flent, (see: specifically the "rrul" test, which probes for latency under load in both directions, and the effective (or not) behavior of several diffserv codepoints. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Bufferbloat on Plume?
    We ( created the "" tool to make more detailed analysis possible, which is readily available for most OSes. Source: over 2 years ago

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