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    Default Simple Speed Test Report

    Im looking for a simple speed test report, but cant seem to figure it out. any help appreciated.

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    /admin/index.do#config/network/troubleshooting/download
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    I am hoping for a report that can run and provide info much like the speedtest.net info you get when you go there with a browser.

    Ping latency, download top speed and upload top speed.

    This would be included in daily report digest.

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    As it takes bandwidth each time download and upload speed tests are run, it's impractical.
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    There is a feature request for this feature you can vote for. Read the comments for a cli link.

    https://untanglengfirewall.featureup...net-speed-test

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    Its not impractical when trying to troubleshoot a bad connection from the ISP. latency fluctuations caused by a knick in the wire (coax), a bad connecter end etc.... all can cause random issues that have nothing to do with the internal network.

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    Traceroute is a good tool to see some of what you are asking for. It is in trouble shooting section. It can also be run on most os inside the network. There is an improved version available "mtr". I posted a hack you can read hear. https://forums.untangle.com/feedback...quest-mtr.html

    I also posted a feature request here. https://untanglengfirewall.featureup...erout-with-mtr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
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    Thank you so much for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trueaspect View Post
    Its not impractical when trying to troubleshoot a bad connection from the ISP. latency fluctuations caused by a knick in the wire (coax), a bad connecter end etc.... all can cause random issues that have nothing to do with the internal network.
    You must realize your looking at your problem backwards. The endpoint cannot determine any issue(s) between the modem and first hop (or any hop) other than latency, only the service provider can identify the issue you speak of from their (other) end (e.g., signal strength, etc.). Now, I've deployed services to endpoint users such as cable modem, fiber, DSL, etc. in my previous career, and now fight weekly with ISP's to review such services, but am continually frustrated by their lack of technical savvy, for the most part. Once in a while I'll have the privilege to talk to someone who knows this technology now 20+ years old and can get issues resolved on a connection level. Very seldom though...Good Luck! :-)
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