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Home > Network Monitoring > Network Connections, Stats and Bandwidth

Network latency

Author: slerena2 Create in: 03/11/2011 Update in: 06/29/2012
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Module type : Local module


This is done using a linux server, by executing ping and parsing its output, depending on linux distro could be different and you will need to adjust the command, but should be very similar even in windows hosts.

Module data

module_begin
module_name Internet_latency
module_type generic_data
module_exec ping www.google.com -c 3 | grep "rtt min" | awk '{ print $4 }' | cut -f 2 -d "/"
module_end