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“iperf” 2.0.5-3 source package in Ubuntu

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iperf (2.0.5-3) unstable; urgency=low


  * ACK NMU.
  * Fix improper check for IPv6 family when sending multicast
    (Closes: #674288).
  * Updated standards.

 -- Roberto Lumbreras <email address hidden>  Thu, 24 May 2012 19:00:01 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Roberto Lumbreras on 2012-05-25
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Roberto Lumbreras
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Trusty release on 2013-10-18 universe net
Saucy release on 2013-04-25 universe net
Raring release on 2012-10-18 universe net
Quantal release on 2012-05-25 universe net

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File Size MD5 Checksum
iperf_2.0.5-3.dsc 1.0 KiB 1892c5982f189b031a6d2d0e51a55f5f
iperf_2.0.5.orig.tar.gz 242.8 KiB 44b5536b67719f4250faed632a3cd016
iperf_2.0.5-3.debian.tar.gz 10.4 KiB d499e7c1761b12c487e2829309dd5e3c

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Binary packages built by this source

iperf: Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool

 Iperf is a modern alternative for measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance,
 allowing the tuning of various parameters and characteristics.
 .
 Features:
    * Measure bandwidth, packet loss, delay jitter
    * Report MSS/MTU size and observed read sizes.
    * Support for TCP window size via socket buffers.
    * Multi-threaded. Client and server can have multiple simultaneous
      connections.
    * Client can create UDP streams of specified bandwidth.
    * Multicast and IPv6 capable.
    * Options can be specified with K (kilo-) and M (mega-) suffices.
    * Can run for specified time, rather than a set amount of data to transfer.
    * Picks the best units for the size of data being reported.
    * Server handles multiple connections.
    * Print periodic, intermediate bandwidth, jitter, and loss reports at
      specified intervals.
    * Server can be run as a daemon.
    * Use representative streams to test out how link layer compression affects
      your achievable bandwidth.