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Bandwidth ping

Bing is a point-to-point bandwidth measurement tool (hence the 'b'), based on ping.

Bing determines the real (raw, as opposed to available or average) throughput on a link by measuring ICMP echo requests' round trip times for different packet sizes at each end of the link.

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Package version:1.1.3
Architecture:x86_64
Distribution:Fedora
Filename:bing-1.1.3-5.fc17.x86_64.rpm

/usr/share/doc/bing-1.1.3/Readme.1st

			Bing 1.1.3


Table of Contents
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1. About this release ?
2. Where to get it ?
3. Why would you want to use this release of bing ?
4. What's new ?
5. Who should you report bugs to ?

1. About this release ?
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   This is an unofficial bing release. I ported bing to the Win32 
platform and made changes so that the same code could be compiled 
on Unix and on 
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/usr/share/doc/bing-1.1.3/Readme.txt

                 ** Unofficial Release **
			Bing 1.1.3


Table of Contents
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1. What is bing ?
2. Infos on bing
3. Installing bing
   1. Installing bing on Unix systems
   2. Installing bing on Windows systems
4. How to use bing
5. Measurement problems
6. Packet loss evaluation
7. Ethernet devices measurement
8. Possible NTP influence
9. Possible enhancements

1. What is bing ?
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/usr/share/man/man8/bing.8.gz

BING(8)             UNIX System Manager's Manual             BING(8)



NAME
       bing  -  compute point to point throughput using two sizes of
       ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to pairs of remote hosts.

SYNOPSIS
       bing [dDnrRPvVwz] [-c count] [-e samples] [-f samplefile] [-i
       wait]  [-p pattern] [-s small packetsize] [-S big packetsize]
       host1 host2 [...]

DESCRIPTION
       Bi
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