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Measuring Home Internet Latency and Performance using mtr, Cribl LogStream, InfluxDB and Grafana

One of the most shocking things to me during the current COVID-19 crisis is that the infrastructure we’ve come to depend upon for our work, entertainment, and lifeline to the outside world has continued to function quite well despite surging demand. Our home Internet has become like the dial-tone it replaced, and Netflix and other streaming services like our cable. We expect it to be on and working.

Read the article over at Cribl here.

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