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Linux command to check Internet connection speed.

# View public IP

  • curl -s checkip.dyndns.org | sed 's#.Address: (.)</b.*#\1#'
  • wget -qO - icanhazip.com
  • curl ifconfig.me
  • curl ident.me
  • dig +short myip.opendns.com @resolver1.opendns.com
  • lynx -dump ifconfig.me | grep 'IP Address'
  • curl ipecho.net/plain
  • curl bot.whatismyipaddress.com
  • curl ipinfo.io
  • curl ipogre.com

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  • iperf3 -c iperf.scottlinux.com -u
  • iperf3 -c iperf.volia.net -R -P 4
  • iperf -c iperf.volia.net -r -P 4
  • iperf -c s-network1.amcs.tld -P 1 -i 5 -p 5999 -f B -t 60 -T 1
  • iperf -c iperf.acd.net -P 10 -t 240
  • iperf -c ping.online.net -i 2 -t 20 -r
  • bwctl -T iperf3 -f m -t 10 -i 1 -c ps.ncar.xsede.org
  • iperf -c ping.online.net -i 5 -u -r
  • iperf -c ping-90ms.online.net -i 5 -u -r
  • iperf -c debit.k-net.fr -i 10 -T 100
  • iperf -c speedtest.serverius.net
  • iperf -c iperf.he.net
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@rsvp rsvp commented Mar 7, 2017

Good news : get internet speed from your command line...

Work has shifted to using the infrastructure of speedtest.net and fast.com --
again made easily accessible by Bash shell scripts for all POSIX and Linux systems.
Please visit https://git.io/speed to obtain the code. PR are welcomed!

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