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Windows 64-bit maximum throughput tool

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Is there a Windows 64 bit tool for measuring the maximum throughput between two hosts at different sites, giving a latency repsonse of 150ms for example?

thanks,
Paula
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by:CompProbSolv
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If you are just looking at latency, you could use a simple Ping command.
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by:LateNaite
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No, I want to find out what the maximum throughput is from two sites, given a latency of 150ms for example.

We have a 100 MPLS circuit and it doesn't seem like it so I am trying to find out out what tool I can run on a server to determine what the maximum throughput is that I can get, if i have a latency of 150ms.

thanks,
LN
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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You can install the Mini Speed Test from Ookla.  http://www.speedtest.net/mini.php  I have it on a couple of my servers and internet sites.
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by:LateNaite
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Thanks Dave.  That seems to work but I just see download but no upload.  Would you happen to know why?

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LN
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by:LateNaite
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Ok, if I browse to the index.html , it works and the location on the browser shows:  C:\inetpub\wwwroot\index.html.  How do I make it so that you can actually type it via its IP (ie. http://10.10.10.1/index.html for example.

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LN
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by:Dave Baldwin
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I put it in a subdirectory by itself and just type the IP address plus the subdirectory like http://10.10.10.1/mini/  You probably have some other file like 'default.asp' as the default document in the main web directory.
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by:LateNaite
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It works if I browse it then then it shows as c:\inetpub\wwwroot\mini\index.html (renamed from index-asp.html).

But if I try http://localhost/mini/index.html, it doens't work.
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by:LateNaite
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It works perfectly after installing IIS 7 Manager. Thanks so much! It has been extrememly helpful.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You're welcome, glad to help.
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