> On 7 Aug 2017, at 04:25, CiscoNSP List <cisconsp_l...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Looking for an alternative to IPerf for link testing - Having some
> "reliability" concerns with IPerf results (Primarily with
can you explain your ‘reliability’ concerns?
> simultaneous data transfers) - Any recommendations are greatly appreciated
> (10G capabilities would be fantastic, but not
do you run a single iperf app, or several in parallel? do you use the tcp mode
or the udp mode? in udp mode, you get some additional statistics. on which
platform do you run iperf? on some platforms, like linux, you need to check
‘ethtool -S’ to see if the operating system is dropping packets (on tx or rx).
which may require some performance tuning of the network interfaces.
also, on a linux platform, the kernel guys use some trace tools, one of which
will create one buffer, and copy it to the network interface, making a very
effective high bandwidth tester, with some purporting to fill a 10g link. I
don’t have the name off the top of my head.
this being a cisco list, some cisco platforms have built in ttcp performance
> 100% necessary) - Has anyone used/tried Ostinato ? Primarily after a tool
> that can provide load testing results (simultaneous bidirectional, one
> direction, and UDP/TCP are primary requirements...Happy to look at a
> commercial product/appliance if it ticks all the boxes, but not wanting to
> spend a fortune :)
> Thanks in advance
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