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[K12OSN] iperf- jperf network performance monitoring



Link to jperf.rpm

Note: you will need to have iperf installed for jperf to work. iperf is
also in the same link provided here. There are both iperf and jperf
rpm's for El5 as well as .src.rpm's of each that can be rebuilt to your
particular distro. Also, there is a pgp key if you so wish to import
into your yum repo.Not necessary,though.( If you do not import the gpg
key into your yum repo. you will get the "RPM is not signed"
warning.when installing jperf).
I have simply built the rpm's from source at the fine folks at jperf.org
as there were no rpm's avaiable.
jperf is simply a nice GUI for iperf.
Once installed simply click the ,>Applications,>System Tools,>JPerf
icon,,,:)

  ftp://eazylivin.net/server/jperf/

Take care,

Barry Cisna

  


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