[sdnog] Latency test

Samir Abdullatif samir.s.omer at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 29 16:11:19 SAST 2018

thanks Sara, Philip, and Daniel for your suggestions

I'm mainly concerned with my proxy, it's a filtering appliance with very limited CLI that does not have tcpdump or any other feature for which I can find the service time or the performance metrics for this appliance, that's why I thought about having another link which is not passing through this proxy and try to capture the response time for a given URL from both links and graph the result.


From: Daniel Shaw <danielshaw at protonmail.com>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 5:38 PM
To: sara alamin
Cc: Samir Abdullatif; sdnog at sdnog.sd
Subject: Re: [sdnog] Latency test

Also for smokeping in addition to TCPPing probe, you could try:





You could probably also make Cacti do what you want, but you'd have to dig for the details yourself for that. I don't have any direct knowlege.

And you can also look at the Netbeez service. This is a mostly non-free cloud thing; but it has a free plan aimed to demo/test the service (https://netbeez.net/product/plans/netbeez-free/), which might be enough for your needs.

- Daniel

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 On 29 January 2018 2:39 PM, sara alamin <sara.alamin90 at gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi Samir,

>Smokeping can be a good option, it uses modules  (probes) to check/graph what you would like to measure , i think in your senireo TCPPing will work.

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