[smokeping-users] Has anybody wirtten a routine to determine whereon a route loss is occuring?
fskrotzki at textwise.com
Mon Aug 6 22:58:10 CEST 2007
The moment you mentioned mtr I knew the program and have used it in the
The problem is mtr only operates on a single point. What I'd love is
for it to do it on all monitoring points automatically (like have it
fping each of the locations along the route 20 times and be able to see
graph of loss points when it happens? Of course all done in the nice
smokeping style and look.
From: Christian Vo [mailto:cvo at nvidia.com]
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2007 4:20 PM
To: Fred Skrotzki
Subject: Re: [smokeping-users] Has anybody wirtten a routine to
determine whereon a route loss is occuring?
Look at winmtr or mtr ?
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Subject: [smokeping-users] Has anybody wirtten a routine to determine
whereon a route loss is occuring?
We are currently noticing loss to three different points that we monitor
and know it has to be in one of the common points that is causing the
issue. The problem is the loss is low (5%) and it takes many repeated
traceroutes to each location to start to determine the location.
I was just wondering if anybody has some something like a
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