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testing network performance

Discussion in 'Computer Talk' started by t92300, Oct 31, 2002.

  1. t92300

    t92300 Yip Thats Me

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    are there any programmes for testing network performance
    or does any one know how quick a ping of an address should be on a 10Mbs network

    thanks
     
  2. funxus

    funxus Orange Cycloptic Blob

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    When I ping the other computer in my network, one has a 10mbs network card, it says time<10ms. I wanted to test the speed of ADSL connection, and tried it this way, but I don't know how reliable it is. It probably takes time for the other computer to return the package.
     
  3. Lucky

    Lucky Game- and Quizmaster

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    Simply transmit a bigger, single datafile from one comp to another. Then you can calculate the reached speed yourself. :yeah:
    Available programs donĀ“t do anything else.
    :D
     

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