[AusNOG] Anyone know a good client side performance tool?
reuben-ausnog at reub.net
Tue Jul 8 22:56:19 EST 2008
On 8/07/2008 10:15 PM, Tom Storey wrote:
> On 07/07/2008, at 5:28 PM, Edwin Groothuis wrote:
>> that's only for Jitter, not for the rest of the things you
> Cisco SLA monitors can do many many more things than just determine
> response times and jitter by way of ICMP echo. They can be used to
> perform DNS/HTTP/FTP queries etc, and some other generic operations.
> has a list of supported operations, and their associated
> configuration guides.
> You might not be able to download a large file and record stats about
> the speed it came down at etc, but something like that could be
> knocked up with some scripts quite easily.
You can, actually, without any external scripts:
ip sla 1
http get http://mirror.internode.on.net/pub/test/1meg.test cache disable
tag Internode Mirror HTTP download speed
Then poll the output result with SNMP (rttMonLatestRttOperCompletionTime.1) -
and it'll give you the time taken for the file to download (+ plug it into
Cacti/MRTG and plot it etc)
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