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That's how iperf3.x works. The "client" wants to establish a control channel to the "server" before any UDP transfer is started. That's why you can observe some TCP before the UDP transfer starts. I haven't checked, but I believe that there is also a separate control channel connection when running TCP tests. In contrast, iPerf 1.7 and 2....


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usually the NIC and switch ports have LEDs that light up or you could check the port status a connected switch should show the device's MAC address on the port if it's sent just a single frame run a packet capture on the connected port, usually there's some traffic, or the device even tries to identify itself via LLDP check the DHCP server if there's a lease ...


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