Wireless Endpoint 2.10
Posted by Wouter Debie, Last modified by Craig Godbold on 18 August 2023 02:34 PM

In the summer of 2018, we’ve introduced the option to automatically restart a broken TCP session. This feature provided continuous TCP traffic, even when the network itself encountered hiccups. At that time, this feature was only available on the ByteBlower server ports. In this first major release of 2019, we are bringing this feature to ByteBlower Wireless Endpoints. A big aid to test mobile devices even in difficult Wi-Fi environments.

Watch it in action in this short demonstration video


You can find the downloads for windows/macOS/Linux at following location: https://setup.byteblower.com/wirelessendpoints.html .The apps for Android and iOS are available in the app stores.

Changelog 2.10.4 (2019-10-08)

  • The Wireless Endpoint logged a lot of QML warnings in the console. Those are fixed now.
  • The Wireless Endpoint could report more frames to be transmitted than the actual number of frames transmitted in frameblasting flows. This can be detected by having loss in upstream UDP flows.  This issue is fixed now.
  • The Wireless Endpoint could report more frames being received than the actual number of frames received in frameblasting flows. This could be detected by having negative loss in downstream UDP flows.  This issue is now fixed.

Changelog 2.10.2 (2019-07-09)

  • Fixing performance issue where TCP did not perform well on some devices
  • Fixing issue where TCP Upstream did not restart well

Changelog 2.10.0 (2019-04-24)

  • Support for TCP-Restart
  • Reviewed the traffic generation program code. This led to faster code that is easier to maintain.

You can find the detailed installation instructions in our How to: Install the Wireless Endpoint on your device.

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