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Quality Library

Use the controls below to manage and run your defined quality tests. Running any of these quality test suites will examine the network between your local browser at 54.159.71.232 and this Reflector SpeedSight at IP address 172.31.58.168.

Name Code Description Link
Basic UDP Voice Tests - 16, 32, 64, and 128 Kbps, 220 byte payloads, 1% loss threshold basicvoice This suite will test UDP streaming over port 10,000 at 16, 32, 64, and 128 Kbps for 10 seconds in each direction. Payload size is 220 bytes. Packet loss must be below 1% in order for the test to pass.
Simple TCP Speed Test tcpspeedsimple Simple TCP Speed Test - port 8080, 10 seconds in each direction, 4 threads, 2 Mbps pass/fail threshold.
UDP Speed Test Ladder - 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Mbps Streaming udpladder1to5meg 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Mbps streaming rate, 10 second duration in each direction, UDP port 30,000, payload size of 218 bytes, pass/fail threshold of 1%.
Microsoft Lync Online lync Microsoft Lync Online - Firewall test for TCP ports 443,5223,50000-50059 and UDP ports 3478,50000-50059, TCP Speed test, UDP Speed test stream at 224 Kbps for voice and 700 Kbps for video, and TCP and UDP latency and Jitter tests.
Privileged Ports TCP and UDP 1-1024 privports This will test TCP and UDP ports 1-1024 for port blocking
Firewall Test - TCP Ports 1-65,535 tcp64k This will test all 65,535 TCP ports for port blocking.
Firewall Test - UDP Ports 1-65,535 udp64k This will test all 65,535 UDP ports for port blocking.
Voice & Video Prequalification Test voicevideo UDP Speed test stream at 224 Kbps for stereo voice and 768 Kbps for video
Custom Firewall Tests SS1486085483456 Full Range of Ports
Custom Quality Suite SS1486122299379 Custom Performance and Firewall Suite


Create a new suite that defines a group of firewall and quality tests

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