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When you are using ByteBlower to send UDP frameblasting you get as a result the achieved throughput. But how is this throughput calculated, what bits are included in the calculation? At the top of the report you will find the Throughput Legend. This expl...
The Wireless Endpoint is available for several operating systems. Not all of them expose the same Wi-Fi statics. The table below lists which value is available on the system. OPERATING SYSTEM SSID BSSID RSSI CHANNEL NUMBER TX RATE A...
With the ByteBlower GUI you can re-generate reports of tests performed. Why would you ask. Well, what if the expressed throughput unit isn’t the one your manager wants. Same with latency, or with the loss legend. Would you want to re-run that test then?  ...
COMPONENTS OF THE TCP GRAPH GOODPUT Goodput indicates the rate at which data is arriving at the application layer. It's what a web browser refers to as "download speed" when downloading a file. THROUGHPUT Throughput indicates the rate of data that is...
INTRODUCTION This article explains the timing information available from the ByteBlower. In particular, the focus is on the TCP. To provide a realist network-load, we'll use HTTP on top of this protocol. As will be shown below, only a small subset of the...
INTRODUCTION This tutorial expands on the aggregate measurements found in test-report from the ByteBlower GUI. These measurements are generated automatically for any scenario with TCP-flows. They were included to provide insight into the behaviour of a T...

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