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 ==== Context ==== ==== Context ====
-To assess the throughput/​rate in a deployed network, we can exploit different ways of computing the available link rate. Following RFC recommendations (e.g.: RFC 5136 "​Defining Network Capacity, RFC 3148 "A Framework for Defining Empirical Bulk Transfer Capacity Metrics"​ or RFC "6349 "​Framework for TCP Throughput Testing"​),​ we have detailed in [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​rfc|RFC ideas]] some interesting items regarding the ways to evaluate the network capacity.+To assess the throughput/​rate in a deployed network, we can exploit different ways of computing the available link rate. Following RFC recommendations (e.g.: RFC 5136 "​Defining Network Capacity, RFC 3148 "A Framework for Defining Empirical Bulk Transfer Capacity Metrics"​ or RFC "6349 "​Framework for TCP Throughput Testing"​),​ we have detailed in [[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​rate:​rfc|RFC ideas]] some interesting items regarding the ways to evaluate the network capacity.
  
 We summarise below some of the specifications:​ We summarise below some of the specifications:​
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 We have prepared a OpenBACH reference scenario for the rate metrology: We have prepared a OpenBACH reference scenario for the rate metrology:
  
-  * [[openbach:​exploitation:​scenarios:​network:​rate:​network_rate|network_rate]] that launches iperf3/​nuttcp in TCP mode and nuttcp in UDP mode. The scenario allows to modify different traffic parameters on TCP mode (such as MTU size, ToS, number of parallel flows), with a post-processing phase allowing to plot timeseries of the Throughput results per test and the CDF.+  * [[openbach:​exploitation:​reference_scenarios:​network:​rate:​network_rate|network_rate]] that launches iperf3/​nuttcp in TCP mode and nuttcp in UDP mode. The scenario allows to modify different traffic parameters on TCP mode (such as MTU size, ToS, number of parallel flows), with a post-processing phase allowing to plot timeseries of the Throughput results per test and the CDF.
  
  
  
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