Looking for an inexpensive Linux based delay simulator for testing network.

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Hi,
Can anyone provide information on how to simulate slow and congested links between nodes on the network using an inexpensive Linux Delay Simulator?
I want to create delay simulation profile in a way that delay should only apply to connections according to the filter criteria for testing.
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Answered By 50 points N/A #136961

Looking for an inexpensive Linux based delay simulator for testing network.

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Hello , Adam

Hope you are fine. I think I can give you a solution. So don’t worry. You can use Network Simulator v 1.1.

You can perform delay simulation and network bandwidth (congested links between nodes /simulate slow) on any connection from your computer to any remote node in the Network Simulator tool.
There is a driver component and user interface component in the Network Simulator utility. You can install it on your workstation and that is the most useful feature of this utility. There you can create a delay simulation profile and this delay only applies for testing of connections according to your filter criteria.

Get the Network Simulator

Hope you will get your answer.

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