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From Jim Winstead <j...@trainedmonkey.com>
Subject Re: simulating modem/etc. latencies
Date Thu, 27 Jan 2000 17:53:08 GMT
I know Dan Kegel (dank@alumni.caltech.edu) was working on such a
thing.

(I wish we had test environment like that. That can be our production
environment at times (stupid mp3 and warez kiddiez), and it is not
fun to debug those problems.)

Jim

On Jan 26, Dean Gaudet wrote:
> is anyone doing any benchmarking/testing with simulated latencies in the
> clients?
> 
> i was just studying the freebsd dummynet man page and it seems to me like
> you could configure a few client boxes with a bunch of simulated
> latencies/bandwidths and do much better exercising of a web server (or
> other server) than the usual high-speed/low-latency tests.  has anyone
> tried this?
> 
> any other similar tools folks know of?
> 
> ideally i'd like to be able to simulate 1000+ 33.6k modem users.
> 
> Dean

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