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UDP flood in Perl: version 2

I had to do some precise QoS tests and needed a flooding tools that I could tightly control, so I rewrote the PERL UDP flooding program to include a few additional parameters: you can specify the desired bandwidth or inter-packet delay. You can download the new source code from the CT3 wiki.

As my readers have mentioned in a comments to my previous post on this topic, you should use kernel-based floods for high-performance or you could use Iperf to do the UDP floods or TCP bandwidth measurements. However, as I do the QoS tests in a remote lab with virtual PCs that have no Internet connectivity for obvious security reasons, it's easiest to make changes to a PERL script over the console window.

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