sorry @Grommish, i dont get ur script. so its like the script will auto kill after x second?
finally i succeed build auto SQM with minimalist package and still in trial testing. put it on cron every 4 hours
but i still have 2 problem
- still cant measure upload speed. lack of curl & with SCP it has delay for auth so it will make it bit not accurate
- my wget method sometimes cant make the internet speed to the max, i test with my other router with max down speed till 70mbps, only can reach 10mbps
this is my github repo, maybe u can give some advice
how to get the Kbps with accurate value?
i convert mbps to kbps by multiple it by 1000, but the result is not meet my expectation
Because 1000 isn't the right scale.
Here is a final version of the script you can use. This is going to be about as best you can get unless you've got Python on your device.
# usage: ./localspeed <# of rounds>
# Defaults to 5 rounds
if [ -z $1 ]
while [ $a -le $b ]; do
RX_1=`ifconfig eth0 | grep "RX bytes" | cut -f 2 -d : | cut -f 1 -d "("`
TX_1=`ifconfig eth0 | grep "TX bytes" | cut -f 3 -d : | cut -f 1 -d "("`
RX_2=`ifconfig eth0 | grep "RX bytes" | cut -f 2 -d : | cut -f 1 -d "("`
TX_2=`ifconfig eth0 | grep "TX bytes" | cut -f 3 -d : | cut -f 1 -d "("`
RX_3=$(($RX_2 - $RX_1))
RX_BYTES=$(($RX_3 * 10 / 60))
RX_MBITS=$(($RX_BYTES / 125000))
RX_KBITS=$(($RX_BYTES / 125))
TX_3=$(($TX_2 - $TX_1))
TX_BYTES=$(($TX_3 * 10 / 60))
TX_MBITS=$(($TX_BYTES / 125000))
TX_KBITS=$(($TX_BYTES / 125))
echo "Average bytes difference ($a): download - $RX_BYTES bytes, upload - $TX_BYTES bytes"
echo "Average download - $RX_MBITS Mbits/s ($RX_KBITS Kbits/s), upload - $TX_MBITS Mbits/s ($TX_K"
a=$((a + 1))
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