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The TCP congestion avoidance algorithm affects how fast the throughput is able to recover after packet loss. There's no ideal solution, and over time several approaches have been described. The ByteBlower GUI implementes a couple of the most popular one...
INTRODUCTION Port groups have been added to the ByteBlower GUI in version 2.8. They were added with DOCSIS 3.1 in mind, but you'll notice that they're also very useful with WiFi and other network configurations. This is a short article which won't revea...
The ByteBlower GUI supports several different report file-types. * PDF * HTML * CSV * XLS In the preferences you can select which reports you want to generate after a test. Or you can even disable them if you aren't interested in the results. T...
This article explains the available options for TCP flows. Name The Name of the of the TCP flow template. This needs to be unique from the other TCP and FrameBlasting Flow templates. DURATION The column configures how long or how much data the TCP fl...
All traffic in a ByteBlower is transmitted and received through ByteBlower Ports. Conceptually these Ports can be seen as small, virtual EndPoints in your network. As any other endpoint they need various network settings to communicate with the outside wo...
When you start running a test Scenario, the ByteBlower GUI/CLT tries to detect colliding Frames. In this article, I'll explain what colliding Frames are, how they can corrupt your test results, and of course, how you can PREVENT or RESOLVE these. WHAT A...
The ByteBlower App for the Wireless Endpoint is used for reliable network testing. One can use it for any type of network, but most of its features are designed for wireless networks. Especially for such networks, there is a trade-off between loading the ...
The ByteBlower Wireless Endpoint is software that turns your mobile devices into ByteBlower Ports. With minimal effort, you can integrate iPhones, iPads, Windows phones, Android devices, but also Linux machines, MacBooks, Windows PCs, ... into your networ...
_This is a background article on throughput calculation on layered packet-based networks. For information about throughput values in ByteBlower GUI reports, see here [http://support.excentis.com/?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/30/3/how-to-interpreting-and-co...
ByteBlower Ports are actually logical ports, that need to be created on a physical location before they can be used. In the Configuration View, you can link, or "DOCK" as we call it, each ByteBlower Port to a physical location on a ByteBlower Server. O...

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