network performance measurement tool
nuttcp is a network performance measurement tool intended for use by network
and system managers. Its most basic usage is to determine the raw TCP (or UDP)
network layer throughput by transferring memory buffers from a source system
across an interconnecting network to a destination system, either transferring
data for a specified time interval, or alternatively transferring a specified
number of bytes.
nuttcp for Debian
There are some example xinetd scripts in the '/usr/share/docs/nuttcp/examples/'
directory for using nuttcp as a server through inetd.
-- Chris Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 06 Dec 2009 16:48:37 -0700
Current version is 5.3.1. Introduced since 4.0.3 is max segment setting,
tos settings, ipv4 multicast support, as well as many bug fixes and
improvements. The beginning of a man page can be found in nuttcp.8 and
a set of examples in examples.txt with commentary.
Version 4.0.3 introduced IPv6 support and changed the command defaults to
brief output, 10 second time limited transmit. The
NUTTCP(8) Under Construction NUTTCP(8)
nuttcp - network performance measurement tool
nuttcp -t [ -bdDsuv ] [ -cdscp_value ] [ -lbuffer_len ]
[ -nnum_bufs ]
[ -wwindow_size ] [ -wsserver_window ] [ -wb ]
[ -pdata_port ] [ -Pcontrol_port ]
nuttcp (6.1.2-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Bump standards-version.
* Bump compat version.
This package was debianized by Chris Taylor <email@example.com> on
Thu, 06 Mar 2008 15:41:18 -0800.
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