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Looking for tool to test speed + latency for my site from different locations

Posted on 2008-10-07
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Does any of you know of a online service where I can test the download speeds (and eventually latency) for my site, from as many different locations as possible ?

I am looking to use Amazon S3 to store userfiles - but I dont know what impact speedwise it will haveon my application.

Any links pointers info and help is greatly appreciated :-)

Thanks,
Mark
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Thanks for the links :-)
I am hoping that there exists some kind of tool - that will test the speed from several download locations around the world. ?!

Thanks,
Mark
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dnsstuff should have that tool,but i wil have to check,give me sometime i wil conferm you.
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ok you might try this one

http://www.watchmouse.com

as free it come up with one website,

it might help you about what you are trying to see

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That did the trick - thanks a bunch. Will go with watchmouse (studpid name though) - it seems to do exactly what I need :-)

Cheers,
Mark
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you can try with another one but its paid i guess
http://www.axzona.com/axzona-root/content.aspx?MenuItemID=5


in google type : "checking  website performance  from different location"

it will give you other site as well..
thats how i got those link!!!
I am glad that it helped.
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Hi,

You can also check the throughput using IPerf. They have a live server at wisenet;

dast.nlanr.net/projects/Iperf/

The address of live server;

IPerf.wiscnet.net
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