Over CLI I use this speedtest. It is working very well.
But is some-one who can make a LuCi app for this?
Now I use TTYD and start the speedtest.
The programm can be found here:
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## My OpenWrt Settings
Index of additional setup for OpenWRT Raspberry Pi 4 (Model B), Gl.iNet GL-AR300M Nand Ext, also for other devices too.
#### About firmware
- Raspberry Pi 1B/2B/3B/3B+/4B | [Official Firmware](https://openwrt.org/toh/raspberry_pi_foundation/raspberry_pi) | [Source Lean Firmware](#source-firmware) | [Lean firmware information and features](#firmware-features) | [Firmware installation](#firmware-installation)
- Gl.iNet GL-AR300M NAND128 Ext | [Official Gl.iNet Firmware](https://dl.gl-inet.com/firmware/ar300m/nand/) | [OpenWrt Official SNAPSHOT](https://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/targets/ath79/nand/) | [Custom Firmware by ROOter by Of Modems and Men](https://www.ofmodemsandmen.com/download/GoldenOrb/16meg/gl-ar300m-GO2020-03-01.zip) | [X-Wrt Factory IMG](https://downloads.x-wrt.com/rom/x-wrt-9.0-b202106212213-ath79-nand-glinet_gl-ar300m-nand-squashfs-factory.img) | [X-Wrt sysupgrade BIN](https://downloads.x-wrt.com/rom/x-wrt-9.0-b202106212213-ath79-nand-glinet_gl-ar300m-nand-squashfs-sysupgrade.img)
- STB Amlogic S9xxx are S905x3, S905x2, S922x, S905x, S905d, s912, etc. such as Phicomm-N1, Octopus-Planet, X96-Max+, HK1-Box, H96-Max-X3, Belink GT-King, Belink GT-King Pro, UGOOS AM6 Plus, Fiberhome HG680P, ZTE B860H, etc. | [Ophub firmware info](https://github.com/ophub/amlogic-s9xxx-openwrt#openwrt-for-amlogic-s9xxx-stb) | [Download Ophub firmware](https://github.com/ophub/amlogic-s9xxx-openwrt/releases/latest)
- Other custom firmware by X-WRT can be downloaded [here](https://downloads.x-wrt.com/rom/)
#### OpenWrt Additions
- [AdGuardHome Installation](#adguardhome-installation)
- [Simple Adblock](#simple-adblock-installation)
- [Debloating/Removing/Uninstalling unused packages](#uninstall-unused-packages)
- [Install Neofetch](#install-neofetch)
- [Install Libernet for SSH SSL Tunneling](#install-libernet-for-ssh-ssl-tunneling-by-lutfailham96)
- [Install Xderm Mini for STB](#install-xderm-mini-by-ryanfauzi1)
- [Install Speedtest by Ookla](#install-speedtest-by-ookla)
- [Setting up load balance / mwan3 for vpn injection](https://github.com/helmiau/openwrt-config/blob/main/loadbalance-setting.md#setting-up-load-balance-with-mwan3-for-all-devices)
- [Add device temperature to ```Status >> Overview >> System``` status](#add-device-temperature-to-status--overview--system-status)
- [Install Aria2, Portainer, Emby, Samba and Adding HDD](https://github.com/helmiau/openwrt-config/blob/main/others/aria2.md#install-aria2-portainer-emby-samba-and-adding-hdd)
What speed does it measure?
If the test lies in the router it only measures half of the total speed process. And to what server does it measure?
We have people in this forum using speed test of different kind and actually measure 1/4 around the world and then 1/2 way around the world and proof that 1/2 is longer (takes longer time) than 1/4.
The only real meaningful speedtest you can do is to measure the speed to your ISP switch. Beyond that a speed test is “the speed of the internet” and that is what it is from time to time.
Your install instructions are telling people to download an unknown ELF binary from some random github user and set it as executable. The install-speedtest script is obfuscated. Seems extremely fishy and probably won't work on all architectures, whatever it does. There is no source code in the repository, so there is no way that crap would make it into OpenWrt.