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    ​*''​iperf3''​ may be a well-known tool allowing the jitter measurement. The job must be run in UDP mode to assess the jitter (IPDV). See "​[[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​jitter:​index|Rate metrology]]"​ for more information about the tool.    ​*''​iperf3''​ may be a well-known tool allowing the jitter measurement. The job must be run in UDP mode to assess the jitter (IPDV). See "​[[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​jitter:​index|Rate metrology]]"​ for more information about the tool.
  
-   ​*''​owamp-server''​ and ''​owamp-client''​ are two jobs returning one-way delay. A new feature has been added to the OpenBACH jobs (not the original tool) to compute IPDV and PDV. See "​[[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​old:​delay:​index|Delay metrology"​]] for more information about the jobs.+   ​*''​owamp-server''​ and ''​owamp-client''​ are two jobs returning one-way delay. A new feature has been added to the OpenBACH jobs (not the original tool) to compute IPDV and PDV. See "​[[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​delay:​index|Delay metrology"​]] for more information about the jobs.
  
   *D-ITG composed of the OpenBACH jobs ''​d-itg_send''​ and ''​d-itg_received''​ is a tool generating several types of flow (UDP, TCP, ICMP or simulating VoIP flow for example). It is based on a client/​server architecture and return several interesting metrics such as the one-way delay, the jitter (IPDV), the throughput and the packet loss rate.   *D-ITG composed of the OpenBACH jobs ''​d-itg_send''​ and ''​d-itg_received''​ is a tool generating several types of flow (UDP, TCP, ICMP or simulating VoIP flow for example). It is based on a client/​server architecture and return several interesting metrics such as the one-way delay, the jitter (IPDV), the throughput and the packet loss rate.
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