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@rjmcmahon I have passed along your request to the core networking team, too.
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The Microsoft networking team might want to get up to speed with iperf 2 as well if MSFT customers care about latency and application responsiveness. Capacity measurements aren't sufficient to qualify a network.
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@Apollo100 Thanks for the tip about OpenSpeedTest. I have used fast.com for basic and advanced Internet testing. Once the base test completes you select Show More Info and get a settings option. This lets you modify number streams and duration. @BruceAMah Thank you for joining the discussion and for...
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There are plenty of PDNS providers to choose from. This seems like a shot across the bow for next gen firewall companies... If all my clients are blocking based on threat intel they get via a trusted DNS server, (and in this context, that server needs to be out on the internet, so your external DNS ...
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For casual testing, you can simply use OpenSpeedTest. This lightweight tool runs on a tiny Nginx server, eliminating the need for additional software installation. It effectively handles network speeds up to 2-3 Gbps on most systems from 2014 or newer, reaching 10 Gbps+ for those built in 2019 or la...
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