Projects / echoping


echoping is a small program to approximatively test the performance of a remote host by sending it TCP "echo" packets. It is able to use the following protocols: echo, discard, chargen, HTTP (with SSL if you wish), ICP, and SMTP. It uses UDP instead of TCP for the protocols which accept it (like echo), it can repeat the test and display various statistics, and it can use T/TCP on systems which support it.


Recent releases

  •  12 Oct 2002 13:17

    Release Notes: This release uses the new socket interface, allowing it to run over IPv6 as well as IPv4.

    •  19 Feb 2001 20:30

      Release Notes: SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) support, and a new ability to read many bytes at a time for a big performance improvement.


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