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I love this one.
Very useful when you’re away from your NAS and you want to check the speed of your internet connection (where the NAS is located).
 

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I'd rather look for a Docker solution.
 
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I use a speedtest cli for periodic test both in vpn and outside of it and present the metric in Grafana. Enough for me. Real-time year can be run on demand as well if I need it.

Dashboard 3 in this article

 

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speedtest.py is just a toy with uncertain evaluation. But it's simple.
iPerf will give you more accurate information.
 
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mentioned here

speedtest.py is just a toy with uncertain evaluation. But it's simple.
iPerf will give you more accurate information.
I think there’s a use for each one.
 
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My speed test is less fanciful. I use the Download Station extension and grab a few GB+ isos from Microsoft and Red Hat. I can see the download rate through the extension and by the DSM widget.
 
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My speed test is less fanciful. I use the Download Station extension and grab a few GB+ isos from Microsoft and Red Hat. I can see the download rate through the extension and by the DSM widget.
Sure. Why not.

It’s just that speedtest CLI uses the familiar Ookla speedtest.
 

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