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aioquic for testing QUIC multiplexing behaviours

This is a fork of the aioquic project to aid in testing the multiplexing behaviours of other QUIC implementations.

To use:

  1. on the host: build a dockercontainer using the dockerfile in scripts/

  2. on the host: look at scripts/ and adapt to work for your own setup (mainly: where to mount the qlog directory)

    2.1) example: --volume=/home/you/whereYouNeedQlogOutput:/srv/aioquic/qlog

  3. on the host: execute scripts/, which will give you a bash entry into the container

  4. in the container: cd /srv/aioquic

  5. in the container: look at the script scripts/ By default, it will perform 10 runs on each of the public QUIC endpoints that support /n type URLs. The qlog files are put in /srv/aioquic/qlog by default, which is why you needed the mountpoint in step 2 to extract them to your local machine.

  6. in the container: if necessary, change scripts/ to fit your needs (comment/uncomment things you don't need/want)

    6.1) Endpoints that support /n urls (in "proper_endpoints") can be run with any filesize, the others (each their own variable) need to be run 1-by-1 on the correct paths they support

  7. in the container: in /srv/aioquic, run python3 scripts/

  8. on the host: find your qlog output in the mounted qlog volume from

  9. on the host: upload the .qlog files to for fun and profit!


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