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  • From: Jacques Latour <>
  • To: Sebastian Kostuch <>, "" <>, "" <>
  • Subject: RE: [ndt-dev] Tracking packets from all streams
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2015 15:36:35 +0000
  • Accept-language: en-US, en-CA


This is an interesting approach for NDT where the diagnostic does not
necessarily measure top speed, multiple streams should provide maximum speed
number like Speedtest does while measuring quality. Perhaps there be a
'master' stream that is measured for quality and a the other fill in the
available capacity? How many concurrent streams? How do we aggregate stream

Did anybody do extensive websocket testing, browser / OS testing? Should we
have a list of support browser/OS?


> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [mailto:]
> On Behalf Of Sebastian Kostuch
> Sent: May-27-15 6:48 AM
> To:
> ;
> Subject: [ndt-dev] Tracking packets from all streams
> Hi,
> With MultiplePorts branch being merged into master we will get some new
> functionalities related to download/upload test, one of them is possibility
> to use
> multiple TCP streams instead of just one. However this arises some another
> issue. So far we just had one stream and all packets from there were being
> tracked and later used for some network diagnosis or calculations. What
> should
> be the behaviour now? Should we capture all packets from all streams and use
> them to obtain independent results or should we change the way we determine
> some values so that they may be also even more accurate nowadays etc?
> Regards
> Sebastian

  • RE: [ndt-dev] Tracking packets from all streams, Jacques Latour, 06/09/2015

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