ilug-admin at linux.ie wrote:
>> Any ideas folks?
What sort of traffic, exactly?
Trying to generate a load on a remote machine? If it's got any
services on it like FTP, NFS, or telnet, then just write a
script to do commandline calls to move files back and forth or
to dump text into the telnet connection.
Or possibly kick off multiple copies of ping with the frequency
and payload tuned to the traffic level you require.
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