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Is it reasonably safe to host a publicly accessible iperf3 server?

CentOS 6.x An IT team member would like run iperf3 on a publicly accessible server for the purpose of running on-demand connectivity checks from anywhere (no restrictions on remote source IP). ...
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0answers
455 views

iperf3 reverse switch with no response

I have a requirement to run an iperf server instance on one of our servers, and during testing our product will connect to the server to check bandwidth. Client->Server comms works fine in both iperf ...
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Iperf bidirectional bandwidth measurement

Server side: # iperf -s ------------------------------------------------------------ Server listening on TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 85.3 KByte (default) ...
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Increasing the number of outbound TCP connections

I am developing a small test client for websockets. I am using Ubuntu 11.04 . I have read http://stackoverflow.com/questions/410616/increasing-the-maximum-number-of-tcp-ip-connections-in-linux and I ...
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1answer
525 views

Measuring network performance between Windows and Linux

I'm using iperf to estimate network performance between Windows and Linux. For TCP iperf shows 312 Mbits/sec from a Linux server to a Windows client, but it shows only 160 Mbits/sec from a Windows ...
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iperf connect failed: Connection refused

iperf -c 192.168.3.2 -i 2 connect failed: Connection refused 3.2 is another machine. I think the port might be blocked. How can I make this work?