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Re: WAN/LAN delay simulation
From: "Neil J. McRae" <neil () domino org>
Date: Tue, 01 Jul 1997 09:04:16 +0100

On Mon, 30 Jun 1997 19:04:08 -0400 
 "Peter E. Giza" <giza () adsmart net> wrote:

netheads,

Sorry to change the current thread, but does anyone know of a piece
of freeware that will simulate delays across a WAN/LAN connection?
Basically something that would allow a dual-homed workstation act
as a router that one can program to do nasty things to packets.  I
am not looking for random packet generation, rather I want to test
the effects of http traffic and the like over a slow and dirty link
(no I don't have a link to one of the Boardwatch worst list #%^>).
TIA

ping -f ? Or if you have a BSD box ETINC do a bandwidth limiter that
works pretty well, look at www.ETINC.COM.

Cheers,
Neil.
--
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neil () DOMINO ORG        NetBSD/sparc: 100% SpF (Solaris protection Factor) 
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