Ethr is a cross platform network performance measurement tool written in golang. Goal of this project is to provide common performance measurements such as bandwidth, connections/s, packets/s, latency, loss & jitter, across multiple protocols such as TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS etc.
For Windows 10: https://github.com/Microsoft/Ethr/files/2640289/ethr.zip For Ubuntu: https://github.com/Microsoft/Ethr/files/2640288/ethr.gz
Building from Source
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/ethr.git cd ethr go build
Server with Text UI:
ethr -s -ui
ethr -c <server ip>
// Start server ethr -s // Start client for default (bandwidth) test measurement using 1 thread ethr -c localhost // Start connections/s test using 64 threads ethr -c localhost -t c -n 64
Tested: Windows 10
Untested: Other Windows versions
Tested: Ubuntu Linux 18.04.1 LTS
Untested: Other Linux versions
No other platforms are tested at this time
Todo list work items are shown below. Contributions are most welcome for these work items or any other features and bugfixes.
- Test Ethr on other Windows versions, other Linux versions, FreeBSD and other OS
- Support for UDP bandwidth & latency testing
- Support for HTTPS bandwidth, latency, requests/s
- Support for HTTP latency and requests/s
- Support for ICMP bandwidth, latency and packets/s
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