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How does Pandora´s Packet Loss test work?
#1
Hello,

I´m trying to analyse an issue I have with a VPN connection between two company sites. When moving a file from fileserver A to fileserver B I should get a transfer speed at 1250 kb/s but instead I only get 85-300 kb/s.

I tested the connection with the Pandora Packet Loss test and I get 65-70% packet loss. When I test with a normal ping command (and fping) I get 0-4% packet loss. I cannot recreate Pandora´s result with standard tools.

So what is the difference and how reliable is the test?

Thanks for your help!

kind regards, Peter
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#2
Monitoring packet loss
Using Pandora FMS and the packet_loss.sh plugin should give you the feedback you need to identify when and where your packets are bleeding out. It works by pinging a remote component or element, such as an IP address, hostname or website, and checks whether there has been any packet loss






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#3
Hi,
The command used by this plugin to check the packet loss is:

ping -W <max_timeout> -q -f -c 50 <target> | grep -o "[0-9\.]*. packet loss" | grep -o "[0-9.]*"
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