MCS MyVoIP very accurately measures the quality and performance of Internet connections for Voice over IP (VoIP) usage by simulating UDP voice data traffic between a server and browser clients. Connections are tested for jitter and packet loss and rated for the supported level of sound quality. The VoIP test can be set to various codecs or customized by packet size, packet rate, and test length. The test can further be combined with a bandwidth speed test or network route diagnostics for more in-depth connection analysis.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Utilities Benchmark Diagnostics Networking Monitoring Communications Telephony Internet Phone|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows Unix|
Release Notes: The VoIP quality test audit log was expanded to show all packets (previously, it showed the first 100 only).
Release Notes: This update provides improved data summarization for browser-based reports.
Release Notes: Changes in this release include a new framework architecture with multiple network test components, the addition of Satellite Servers which enable connection testing between two remote locations, and improved alerting with real-time and historical Web-based reports.
Release Notes: Several key bandwidth performance measures have been added, including Max Attainable Speed (the calculated maximum TCP connect speed that is supported by a network connection), Max Route Speed (the maximum speed that may be attained on the route being tested), and TCP forced idle percent (the TCP idle time invoked because the route being tested is too slow end-to-end and the TCP stack is forced to idle).
Release Notes: Remote agents (RAs) now support downstream (server to client) VoIP testing. RAs and applets both send details packet-by-packet for downstream testing as well as upstream. The downstream VoIP test is plotted as a separate graph or section in the detail report. RAs support packet discards and packet order metrics (upstream). Browser applets and RAs both support packet discards and packet order metrics for upstream.