1.原始问题：Network tools that simulate slow network connection [closed]
I would like to visually evaluate web pages response time for several Internet connections types (DSL, Cable, T1, dial-up etc.) while my browser and web server are on the same LAN or even on the same machine. Are there any simple network tools or browser plug-ins that slow down network bandwidth to simulate different real-world connection scenarios.
I appreciate any input on that.
try Traffic Shaper XP
you can easily limit speed of IE or other browser with this App and its also freeware
On Linux, see netem: the kernel already contains support for traffic shaping, and can simulate high latency, low bandwidth, packet losses, and all sort of other adverse conditions, even on a loopback device (so you don’t need a real, physical network to test across).
I am resurrecting this thread because I hade the same need recently.
Amazingly I discovered that Fiddler can be used to do that by customizing the rules and adding this line
oSession["response-trickle-delay"] = "150"; in the section
Fiddler is really amazing
My work uses this tool, and it seems quite good:
Best of luck.
Try Microsoft’s NEWT, it worked perfect for me. It supplies customized latency, packet drop techniques and more 🙂
Here is a good video tutorial for NEWT –
Network Emulator For Windows Toolkit Tutorial (Credits to Jimmery)