I have read a little about this problem in other posts on this list, but
there doesn't seem to be a resolution of the issue. So I thought I would
like to ask and see if anyone has solved the problem yet.
The problem is that using the -tos (-S) option on IPERF does not work on
I have tried the native windows version 1.7.0 and that gives this error
'getpeername failed: Socket is not connected', when using -S.
I have compiled 2.0.4 on windows by using cygwin. That seems to silently
fail and not send any packets when --tos is used on the command line.
The 2.0.4 version using --tos works on Linux, but I need this to work on
windows also (test department can't use Linux!!)
I have set DisableUserTOSSetting in the windows registry to 0, as
Microsoft suggest, but this doesn't seem to make any difference and
there is still a problem.
Thanking you in advance for any help you may be able to give on this
We are using WinXP SP2, Linux 2.4.23.
I have just joined to this group so I don't know if someone has found the same problem before or if I need to give more details in the explanation, please let me know.
I had problem getting the report of DL TCP iperf. Although I use the parameter “–i <t_sec>” I don’t get any report until I stop/kill the sender side (-c side). After that is done, in the server side you can see all the report with 0 bps (every <t_sec> ) and the SUM AVG value reports properly (this value is OK). I hadn’t had this problem with XP computers, I’ve just found it while working with Linux OS.
Can someone help me with this problem? UDP the report works properly and in TCP I find it only in one of the differentions. I checked it in different computers and I found the same problem
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