How to Test Network Throughput Using iperf3 Tool in Linux

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5 Responses

  1. Sima bagheri says:

    Thanks for the article..

    I have one question the output of IPerf3 shows the amount of bandwidth. so how can we determine the throughput? since these two terms (bandwidth and throughput) are different.


  2. Cyril says:

    You should write “iperf3” instead of “iperf 3” (this first one is right, but not the other six)

  3. John says:

    You should write also that possible to use any test iperf server to measure speed. For example test servers at

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