iperf 2.0.2 Released
Description: OpenSS7 Old News.
Approved for Immediate Release
Sept 14, 2005
(Edmonton, Alberta -- Sept 14, 2005) This release contains the University of Illinois iperf package, modified to work with the OpenSS7 Linux Native (Sockets) implementation of SCTP. This package contains all of the necessary manual pages and files, and configures and installs against almost any 2.4 kernel, even production kernels.
This is our first release of the iperf package modified for OpenSS7 SCTP. This is the package that was used to perform the performance tests shown here.
This release is available as a tar-ball. See the downloads page for the autoconf tar balls.
This release compiles, installs and builds rpms for Red Hat 7.2, Red Hat 9, Fedora Core 1 (FC1), Whitebox Enterprise Linux (WBEL) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 (EL3).
See ChangeLog and NEWS in the release for more information.
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