Define speed. One measurement would just be network round-trip delay the signaling packets experience. Another could be the call setup time. Another still could be how quickly the call agent responds to a signaling event. What specifically are you asking?
The first you can measure with a ping. The later two you would need to review the timestamp on logs to see.
You can use IP SLAs to accomplish most of what you want here. Specifically the VoIP Call Setup Monitoring and UDP Jitter for VoIP Operations. Be warned, these consume real bandwidth. If you are running an RTP test you will need to decrament one call's worth of bandwidth from CUCM CAC to ensure the priority queue is not overrun.
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