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Is there anyway to monitor a latency and jitter from SLA Router to EndClient(Linux Server).

I have tried to use IP SLA with UDP Jitter but it didn't work.

Diagram

SLA-Router ------->  Linux Server

Kindly Suggest me an example configuration

Thank you.

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  • There are such applications for Linux, but product or resource recommendations are explicitly off-topic here, as they are on SE sites, except Software Recommendations and Hardware Recommendations. Also, host configurations are off-topic here. – Ron Maupin Jan 10 '18 at 15:49
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You could run tcpdump and capture the udp packets. Then measure the time between packets.

  • IP SLA is normally used to monitor service between routers. Your diagram seems to show that the router is on the same netwoprk segment as the Linux server. If this is the case then I don't see much point attempting to measure latency or jitter across this segment. – marctxk Jan 11 '18 at 11:43
  • Sorry, above comment was supposed to be attached to the question, not your answer. – marctxk Jan 11 '18 at 11:45

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