Isn't this: https://www.ookla.com/speedtest-custom what you asked Ookla about and were told that it doesn't exist? I ran a version of that on a local server a few years ago.I got the premium subscription for a year but ultimately decided I hadn't figured out how to get any advantage from its ability to save test results into a database. I have since moved to using https://github.com/adolfintel/speedtest (which Clemson also mentioned) because I wanted a speedtest that was HTML5 and didn't use flash, and at the time Ookla's speedtest custom required flash. It looks like maybe its also all HTML5 now so maybe I'll take a look at that again.
On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 11:56 AM, Fishel Erps < 00000030ecf871d2-dmarc-requ...@listserv.educause.edu> wrote: > Hello everyone. > > I’m curious to find out what other universities are doing to test > throughput, internally, to proof their networks. I’m looking for something > that functions like Ookla’s Speedtest.net (browser-based, no required > clients) , but that runs internally (I have already contacted them > directly, and been told that they only provide products that are alive on > the public net). > > As we all know, % of utilization and available throughput are not > one-in-the-same, and I need a way to address and diagnose legitimate > performance complaints, live. > > > __________________________________ > __________________________________ > > Fishel Erps, > Sr. Network & Infrastructure Engineer > School of Visual Arts > 136 W 21st St., 8th Floor > New York, NY, 10011 > LL: 212-592-2416 > F: 646-845-6150 > E: fe...@sva.edu > _______________________________ > > Please excuse any typographical > errors as this e-mail has been sent > from my mobile device > _______________________________ > > ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE > Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/ > discuss. > > -- *Adam Forsyth* Director of Network and Systems Luther College Information Technology Services *700 College DriveDecorah, IA 52101563-387-1402* ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/discuss.