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Network stress testing tools
I am looking for a library or set of tools I can integrate in a project
to "simulate" a typical network behavior: latency(ies), packet lossage,
out of order sequence, etc.
It would be cool that this kind of tools is purely userland based;
ultimately I would like to use it for regression testing a set of
libraries I am currently developping, and prefer to have it packaged
easily so other people using my libraries could "make test" it too. I
would expect it to hook socket/read/write/... syscalls.
Unfortunately all my research has so far failed. Most solutions I have
found require either a dedicated machine to run and have admin rights
(uhhh) like Lunix traffic control (tc), or heavyweight stuff like we
have with rump and atf/kyua.
So, dear fellow develociraptors, what are you using to test your new
network code, be it kernel based or not?
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