Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENI_Desktop_and_GEMINI_ssh/ExecuteExperiment


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06/24/13 00:26:40 (6 years ago)
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    2323== Generating traffic with iperf ==
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    25 The iperf program can be used to generate traffic. Iperf needs to be run on both the source and destination node. Iperf should first be started at the destination in server mode using the command "iperf -s." To run iperf on the source, type "iperf -t 60 -b 100M -c destination" where destination is the IP address (or name) of the node where the iperf server is running.  This will tell iperf to generate traffic for sixty seconds, setting it at a rate of one hundred megabits per second. The names of the hosts in your topology can be found in the /etc/hosts.
     25The iperf program can be used to generate traffic. Iperf needs to be run on both the source and destination node. Iperf should first be started at the destination in server mode using the command "iperf -s." To run iperf on the source, type "iperf -t 60 -b 100M -c destination" where destination is the IP address (or name) of the node where the iperf server is running.  This will tell iperf to generate traffic for sixty seconds, sending at a rate of one hundred megabits per second. The names of the hosts in your topology can be found in the /etc/hosts.
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