Jperf is a Java-based tool that is designed for writing and running different automated performance and scalability tests, helping you to monitor the network performance and tuning. Through this platform, the user no longer needs to get command-line parameters while enhancing the initial program with extra functionality. For accessing the main window of Jperf, you need to enter a host address they want to connect to and place the respective port number. It is mostly used by the networking experts to adjust the advanced parameters, including the protocol, either TCP or UDP, modifying the buffer length, window size, and maximum segment size for TCP and packet size.
Jperf has a noticeable feature that it shows the networking status in real-time in the form of graphs and attractive charts and has a user-friendly interface, helping you to evaluate the performance of your bandwidth. If you are running Jperf on Linux or other operating systems as a server or client, it allows you to combine it with iPerf for better results.
TamoSoft Throughput Test is a networking software for local area networks, allowing the clients to monitor server performance and apply multiple tests without any discontinuity. During testing, it continuously sends TCP and UDP data streams across your network and computes important metrics including upstream and downstream values, packet loss, and round-trip time in the form of numeric and graphical formats.
The key feature of this platform is it is supported by both IPv4 and IPv6, making the networking expert evaluate the performance depending upon QoS settings. In TamoSoft Throughput Test, after establishing the connection, the client and server send data in both directions; as a result, the client part of the application computes and displays networking metrics.