We often answer questions such as "How can I test the Coolhousing connectivity?" That is why we have decided to create a testing webpage, where you can find the necessary instructions. You can test IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. You will also find instructions for how to test latency (ping), number of connection points (routers) in your traceroute and also downloadable files of various sizes.


Files may be found on virtual or physical servers. We hope that this webpage will help you to make your decision.


IPv4 ping and traceroute


To test latency (ping) under IPv4, enter the following code into the command line. To make sure that the test is as precise as possible, we recommend testing the ping from several locations.


Linux/UnixLinux
ping lg.coolhousing.net

WindowsWindows
ping -4 lg.coolhousing.net

You can find the number of routers between you and the Coolhousing datacentre under the IPv4 protocol by entering the following command. To make sure that the test is as precise as possible, we recommend testing the traceroute from several locations.


Linux/UnixLinux
traceroute lg.coolhousing.net
http://linux.die.net/man/8/traceroute
tracepath lg.coolhousing.net
http://linux.die.net/man/8/tracepath
WindowsWindows
tracert -4 lg.coolhousing.net


IPv6 ping and traceroute


To test latency (ping) under IPv4, enter the following code into the command line. To make sure that the test is as precise as possible, we recommend testing the ping from several locations.


Linux/UnixLinux
ping6 lg.coolhousing.net
WindowsWindows
ping -6 lg.coolhousing.net

You can find the number of routers between you and the Coolhouisng datacentre under the IPv4 protocol by entering the following command. To make sure that the test is as precise as possible, we recommend testing the traceroute from several locations.


Linux/UnixLinux
traceroute6 lg.coolhousing.net
http://linux.die.net/man/8/traceroute6
tracepath6 lg.coolhousing.net
http://linux.die.net/man/8/tracepath6
WindowsWindows
tracert -6 lg.coolhousing.net


Data download speed


To test data download speed, we have selected several independent files for you. These files are made of random data, and although listed as zip files, will appear to be corrupt if you try and open them.



100MB test file All services
Port:80 | Port:443
512MB test file All services
Port:80 | Port:443
1GB test file All services
Port:80 | Port:443

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