[smokeping-users] Measure latency to TCP ports
Celedonio Miranda Torresano
celemiranda at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 15:46:48 CET 2007
look for hping probe :
I used and work very well for your requirements...
2007/12/13, tbh <tbh1000 at gmail.com>:
> On 12/13/07, Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer at nic.fr> wrote:
> > On Thu, Dec 13, 2007 at 09:59:37AM -0600,
> > tbh <tbh1000 at gmail.com> wrote
> > a message of 67 lines which said:
> > > it appeared to me the EchoPing primarily is used to measure HTTP
> > > requests. It does have options for SSL and SMTP,
> > or echo, discard or chargen :-)
> > > but I'm looking to measure latency to other ports as well (ie., FTP,
> > > Telnet, SSH, etc).
> > Not done yet, although the new plugin architecture should make it easy
> > (I'm not sure I will include telnet support, is there any reason to
> > still use telnet today???)
> Not really, I just threw it in as an example.
> > But, if you are interested only in TCP latency, any port will work,
> > no? I do not think there exists an OS which replies to connection on
> > port 80 faster or slower than on other ports.
> My issue is that not all the hosts I'm measuring to are running a web
> Thanks for the responses!
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