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It is used to display the results in a number of different tex- tual formats.

OWAMP supports three reporting formats. A textual summary that was designed to be as similar to the results that ping produces as possi- ble. Flletype machine readable summary format -M.

And finally a raw format that prints out the data from each and every packet in as compact of a format as possible -R. The textual summary also allows the informa- tion from each packet to be reported using the -v option.

The default textual summary will be used if neither the -M or the -R options are specified. This value is unique for every test session. Maximum error estimate for the sample. The median is determined using a his- togram, so the resolution of this value is bounded by iinternet2 -b parameter. This can lead to misleading results, for example, for very small values of flletype it is possible to see a value for the median that is greater than the maximum, but this is simply due to the resolution of the median measurement.


Jitter An estimate of how “stable” the delay samples are.

OWAMP reports the the 95th percentile of delay – 50th percentile of delay. Additional percentiles If the -a option is used, those additional percentiles from the sample are displayed. The normal textual report uses this information to report the number of hops number of routers the packet traversed. The number of distinct values is reported as well as the minimum and maximum number of hops seen in the given session.

The other reporting formats just report raw TTL values as seen in the packets. It should be noted that if the number of hops reported seems unusu- ally large, it probably means the OWAMP sender was not able to set the TTL value correctly. A description of the metric used to report this can be found at: This is done by specifying a list of percentiles in a comma separated string spaces are not allowed.

Each percentile is indicated by a floating point value between 0. This value is only used if reporting summary statistics. This is used to compute percentiles of delay such as median. This value is specified using a floating point value and the units are seconds. The default value was selected to be reasonable for most real network paths, it is not appropriate for tests to the localhost however. Units are seconds for all time values. The -M option is ignored if -Q is set.

This option is used to break down the summary statistics in smaller sample sizes than a complete owp file.

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This is useful when breaking up very long running sessions. This option is only used for statistical output, and therefore has no effect on the -R output mode. The available units are: In particular, it is not used for the -R or -M output modes.


The files will be saved in the directory specified by the -d option. The summary filenames are in the format: The timestamps are ASCII representation of 64 bit integers with the high-order 32 fletype representing the number of seconds since Jan 1, and the low-order 32 bits representing fractional seconds.

This option is ignored if the -R option is specified. The sequence number is simply an integer.

The error estimates are printed as floating-point numbers using scientific notation. TTL is the IP field from the packet. The TTL in send- ing packets should be initialized toso the number of hops the packet traversed can be computed.

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If the receiving host is not able to determine the TTL field, this will be reported as The -R option implies -Q. This option is dis- abled by the -Q and -R options.

Also, report the 5th and 95th percentile of delay as an extra statis- fi,etype. Any opinions, find- ings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.