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    How do I increase my ping time?

    This may seem like a strange request, but I would like to find out how I can greatly increase my ping time over our network. I am busy testing our software and it runs through a network in some places which have real slow LAN connections, I would like to simulate that on our local network but I don't know how I can do that ...



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    Try running 2 firewalls in one computer at the same time.

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    Ixia has quite a few network stress testing products...
    http://www.ixiacom.com/
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    Cool thanx a million

    Thanx for all your help ... As you can see with all my posts, i'm a rather new member ... hehe! Is there anywhere that i can mark this thread as resolved?
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    Quote Originally Posted by righteous_trespasser View Post
    Thanx for all your help ... As you can see with all my posts, i'm a rather new member ... hehe! Is there anywhere that i can mark this thread as resolved?


    Hi This is Shashi,

    Which of the product you used to increase ping latency.
    Even i have the same requirement. Please let me know.

    Thanks in Advance
    Shashi

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSULLY View Post
    bounce your signal off the moon.
    what's the moon's IP so I can try it? will it be wireless or did someone run some cat6?

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    If I understand correctly ping gets the lowest priority when it comes to latency so I'm not sure you will really get accurate information to finding a trouble spot in the network by using ping.

    Can someone correct me if i'm wrong?

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    you'll need some sort of appliance that can emulate network congestion, etc. At my last job we used a product by Shunra called Storm Console that let you simulate various network conditions, generate packet loss, storms etc. using visio to construct your scenarios. Pretty cool stuff but fairly expensive.

    www.shunra.com


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