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Latest commit eed7357 @moeller0 moeller0 committed with Add rrul_cs8 test with eight flows corresponding to diffserv codepoints.
This tests intuduces 8 flows for TCP up- and download and the UDP
latency probes (with ICMP added as 9th latency probe). The goal is to
get a bit more flow competition as well as see how the upstream treats
the different CS.

Signed-off-by: Sebastian Moeller <moeller0@gmx.de>
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README.rst

Flent: The FLExible Network Tester

Flent is a Python wrapper to run multiple simultaneous netperf/iperf/ping instances and aggregate the results. It was previously known as 'netperf-wrapper'. See the web site for the main documentation: https://flent.org.

Installing Flent

Installing Flent can be done in several ways, depending on your operating system:

  • Debian and Ubuntu users: Use the packages from the Open Build Service
  • Arch Linux users: Install 'flent' from the AUR.
  • Other Linux and OSX with Macbrew: Install from the Python cheese shop: pip install flent.

Quick Start

See https://flent.org/intro.html#quick-start or doc/quickstart.rst.

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