add internet speed test to support tools
Add an internet speed test (using something like speedtest-cli or a nagios check_speedtest-cli) to the management interface support tools. This check should bypass DPI, IPS/IDS, AV, etc. so users can tune the security services for optimal protection and speed. This could also be used as a reference when setting up QoS or even as variables in QoS settings as internet traffic speeds often are increased without user knowledge and the current QoS bandwidth settings are static. Periodically check internet speeds and report in the network graphics and executive reports.
There are plenty of websites to check internet speed like http://www.speedmeter.pk/
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Caitlin Nickle commented
Inertness: Also known as the ping rate, this number relates to postpone time on the Web estimated in milliseconds. The higher the number, the more postpones you experience and may detect while you're on the web.
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bella johsan commented
On the web, you can find a lot of internet speed test tool and these Internet speed test tools and apps will let you check up on your internet speed. It does take a little longer than others but it makes five different tests (or maybe more) and it's ad-free. If you are router user then you can boost your internet my taking help from the support team like Belkin Support, For more visit there site https://www.belkinroutersupportnumber.com/
Michael Blank commented
Using the Command Line,
I have installed under root speedtest_cli.py
I can execute it on the command line but now that its installed Id like to run it from the GUI line a ping or traceroute.
Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
Testing from Cogent Communications _220.127.116.11_...
Selecting best server based on latency...
Hosted by Grande Communications _Austin, TX_ _18.96 km_: 15.279 ms
Testing download speed........................................
Download: 89.57 Mbit/s
Testing upload speed..................................................
Upload: 42.29 Mbit/s
Great feature for UTM TOOLS !!!
Jack Cheney commented
As more people switch to an IP phone system, adding packet loss and jitter would be great as well as the above mentioned features.
Eric Anderson commented
And when tech support calls for "the internet is running slow" come in, you can easily check whether onsite or remote.