[vlc-devel] Re: [vls-devel] Re: Network QoS Measurement

Danilo Ferraz Daher de Ornellas danilo at telemidia.puc-rio.br
Fri Aug 1 23:00:58 CEST 2003

	Thank you a lot Bart. I´ve found iperf very useful to my project and also 
have found netlog, an C/C++ library to provide an application measuring of
its performance.
	Again, here goes my compliments.


On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Bart Kerver wrote:

> James
> > >       I´m developing a QoS Framework to be applied to Linux operating
> > > systems and over routers along two network edges.
> > >       So, I want to send packets from a VLS station to another one
> > > running VLC. My purpose is measure the actual bitrate my whole network is
> > > achieving. In other words, I want to know the overall  delay from server
> > > to client station, so that I can validate my framework.
> > >       Here goes my question: Is there any funcionality provided by
> > > either VLC or VLS that would fulfill the requirements abovementioned?
> > >       If answer is negative, does anyone envision any solution
> > > to this
> > > problem?
> Just wondering, why not use iPERF, why do it the hard way?
> http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/
> It can show you packet delay, jitter, for unicast and multicast IPv4 and
> IPv6. Open source software for nearly any platform that runs in client
> and servermode. This is one of the tools that seems to come close to
> your needs.
> regards,
> Bart

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