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ttcp - traffic-generator

hi,

i don´t know which area would be the right for my question, but:

i´ve installed the ttcp-programm on my win-nt.

i want to test cbwfq on cisco routers.

but i am not able to send an file countinusly - is there an option to specify that

ttcp should send the data countinusly - not just one time.

and also:

is there a parameter on which i can specify a latency between the pakets ??

thanks for an answer and greetings from austria !

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Re: ttcp - traffic-generator

Greetings to Austria from Colorado.

Several folks have ported ttcp to Windows. PCA, USA (http://www.pcausa.com/Utilities/pcattcp) have ported it to Windows and their version does indeed support continuous traffic. The command line varies by version. I believe that in their case, the command would be 'pcattcp -c -t' for transmit and 'pcattcp -c -r' for receive. They will send you a zip file that includes documentation, an executable, and the source code I believe.

As for the packet latency, I can't say for sure. They've come out with a new release since I used it last.

Regards

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Re: ttcp - traffic-generator

Greetings to Austria from Colorado.

Several folks have ported ttcp to Windows. PCA, USA (http://www.pcausa.com/Utilities/pcattcp) have ported it to Windows and their version does indeed support continuous traffic. The command line varies by version. I believe that in their case, the command would be 'pcattcp -c -t' for transmit and 'pcattcp -c -r' for receive. They will send you a zip file that includes documentation, an executable, and the source code I believe.

As for the packet latency, I can't say for sure. They've come out with a new release since I used it last.

Regards

Community Member

Re: ttcp - traffic-generator

Greetings to Austria from Colorado.

Several folks have ported ttcp to Windows. PCA, USA (http://www.pcausa.com/Utilities/pcattcp) have ported it to Windows and their version does indeed support continuous traffic. The command line varies by version. I believe that in their case, the command would be 'pcattcp -c -t' for transmit and 'pcattcp -c -r' for receive. They will send you a zip file that includes documentation, an executable, and the source code I believe.

As for the packet latency, I can't say for sure. They've come out with a new release since I used it last.

Regards

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Re: ttcp - traffic-generator

Hi,

Take a look to this URL : http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/ttcp.html

Regards,

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