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How to accurately test internet speed on Linux?

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Is there a accurate way of truly testing what upload and download speeds I'm getting?

posted Jul 10, 2014 by Deepankar Dubey

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try http://www.speedtest.net/ . But if you have a remote server, you can do it yourself pretty easily with the ttcp command.

Steps to Install ttcp -

$ yum install ttcp
or 
$ apt-get install ttcp 

Then run it with -r for receive mode on one system and -t for transmit mode on the other end.

answer Jul 10, 2014 by Ramakrishnan
Very useful tools, especially while at hotspot cafes. Are there any free public servers for ttcp and iperf?
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Try this tool for Linux https://iperf.fr

You can also try http://speedof.me which is a HTML5 Internet speed test (No Flash or Java needed)

answer Jul 10, 2014 by Satish Mishra
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Hi if you want check your internet speed you can visit this site Scanmyspeed.com here you can easily check out internet speed.

answer Aug 19, 2014 by Joe Jas
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