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Network Emulation

 

Test your app under all network conditions—3G/4G, satellite, WAN, cloud—in your lab.

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Protocol Testing

 

Are the network protocols implemented properly and securely, conforming to the specs, in your app or device?

 

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AUTOMATED NETWORK EMULATION TESTING

Test your app or device under all network conditions – from the routine to the extreme. Automate a wide variety of network conditions from 3G/4G to Cloud to WAN to Satellite to Internet. Uncover performance and operational issues prior to deployment.

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ARE YOU ALLOCATING YOUR TEST RESOURCES CORRECTLY?

Finding and fixing software defects constitutes the largest expense for the software industry. Learn why line speed testing isn’t enough and the importance of functional testing!

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UNDERSTANDING HOW APPLICATIONS PERFORM ON THE NETWORK—EVEN UNDER ADVERSE NETWORK CONDITIONS

Trial deployments are expensive and yield limited data. Learn how to properly characterize your application or device performance prior to deployment.

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"Apple uses Maxwell to emulate all varieties of customer networks and access points — from limited network bandwidth to extreme latency to packet drops.

By testing our products with Maxwell prior to deployment, we ensure that customers have a solid experience when they get new Apple software or hardware in their hands."

— Dmitry Halavin, Apple Inc.

Question:  (by Admin)  I have a Maxwell Pro and we are now working with a team in India. I am located in Milpitas California along with the Maxwell Pro. My team in India wants to utilize Maxwell Pro as well.

Is there a way that the Indian team can remotely login to my Maxwell Pro and use it?

Answer:  (by Admin) Remote access control could be done using X-Windows, VNC, or via the Maxwell TCP/IP control connection on its default port. Since most likely there are firewalls involved, unless you have a VPN between the two sites, you'll generally need to use something like an ssh tunnel to the desired service port on the Maxwell (i.e. port 6000 for X-Windows, 590X for VNC display X, 7021 for Maxwell TCP/IP) and then have the client connect to the local port that was chosen.

What sort of network connection constraints do you have, what kind of control does the remote site need (running protocol tests, running network impairments, shell command control and/or GUI control) and which of the mechanisms mentioned above, if any, are likely candidates that would fit your needs?

 

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