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Bandwidth Test Client Configuration August 19, 2008

Filed under: Mikrotik Bandwidth Test — evank3c04k2000 @ 7:54 am

Bandwidth Test uses TCP or UDP protocol for test. The test tries to use maximum or partial amount of bandwidth to test link speed. Be aware that default test uses all available bandwidth and may impact network usability.

[admin@MikroTik] tool> bandwidth-test
Run TCP or UDP bandwidth test. Tries to use maximum or partial amount of
bandwidth to test link speed. Note that remote router must be MikroTik router
in order to run the test. Be aware that default test uses all available
bandwidth and may impact network usability.


assume-lost-time
direction Direction of data flow
do
duration
interval
local-tx-speed
once print statistics once and quit
password Password for remote user
protocol Protocol to use for test
remote-tx-speed
size UDP packet size or TCP segment size
user
[admin@MikroTik] tool> bandwidth-test

Descriptions of arguments:

address – IP address of destination host
assume-lost-time – If Bandwidth Server is not responding for that time, assume that connection is lost
direction – specify the direction of the test (receive, transmit, both, default is transmit)
do – Script source
duration – Duration of the test
interval – Delay between messages (in seconds). Default is 1 second. Can be 20ms5s
local-tx-speed – Transfer test maximum speed (given in bits per second)
password – Password for remote user
protocol – Type of protocol to use (UDP or TCP, default TCP)
remote-tx-speed – Receive test maximum speed (given in bits per second)
size – Packet size in bytes (50..1500, default 512). Works only with UDP protocol
user – Remote user

 

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